Where do the anti-vaccine, pro-disease crowd turn to for professional advice? A television doctor, of course.Ron Farrell, an anti-vaccine father of one, recently signed up for Netflix and immediately watched as many health shows as he could in order to do some research. “I must have watched every health and medicine ... Read the full article
In the latest in her exclusive [fake] series for The Big Smoke, key presidential adviser Ivanka Trump outlines measures under consideration to get Dad’s executive orders passed by Congress and the Judiciary.
They say it got smart, then really smart. News (sort of) out of the U.S. explains how a med robot has a larger office than you.
Corie Skolnick is launching a GoFundMe page to help her and Pablo buy a new house in Southern California. It won’t just be a winter retreat though, they also have an agenda.
Inspired by the Trump Make America Great Again Committee’s Mainstream Media Accountability Survey, Rick Krizman created his own survey for determining who your Republican BFF is.
Recent Harvard study confirms it: dissenting anti-vaccer and anti-GMO commenters on Internet articles can only be smarter than publishers.
With the gobsmacking news that a string of Earth-like planets has been discovered, it seems that scientists have already launched ships in their direction—with rather spurious reasons why.
Our own Rick Krizman was there on Betsy DeVos’s first day as Secretary of Education and captured her unique approach to rallying the troops around her. Transcription below, until Rick was kicked out.
A brand new study discovered that the majority of an audience only read the headline of an article before commenting or sharing.
I for one love Tom Clancy’s timely saga about a U.S. President controlled by the Kremlin caught in a web of propagandized lies and prostitution. Wait, what?