August 1, 1974 (updated June 1, 2020) Published by Lee Floyd
- DHS Unveils First-Ever Anti-Human Trafficking Command Center — Crickets From Reporters!
- DOJ Files Long-Awaited Antitrust Suit Against Google
- Project Veritas Strikes Again! Google Program Manager Confirms Election Interference in Favor of Joe Biden
- The New Yorker Suspends Jeffrey Toobin for Masturbating on Zoom During Company Conference Call
- Ukrainian Law Enforcement Seizes Laptop of Hunter Biden Business Associate in Ukraine
- White Coat Summit II Held Over the Weekend in Washington D.C.
- Twitter Removes Tweet from Top Trump Coronavirus Adviser Saying Masks Don’t Work
On This Day in History…
The Telegraph reports that a recent study claims that Google makes its websites faster than rival services by using code to dominate online networks. Researchers from Cargenie Mellon University and software firm Nefell Networks claim in the study that a Google algorithm can dominate almost half of a network’s capacity when there are multiple online services vying for connections. The report claims that Google-owned websites such as YouTube could stream videos faster than other competitors such as Netflix if users sharing the same connection try to access both sites simultaneously. This algorithm can be … Read More
French intelligence have thwarted a terror attack directed at Paris that they said would have been similar in size and scope to the 9/11 terror attacks in the US that knocked down the North and South towers and crashed a plane into the Pentagon, the French newspaper Le Parisien reports. A suspect is currently being held in France on preliminary terrorism charges after apparently planning a 9/11-style attack that would have involved several plane hijackings and dozens – if not hundreds – of deaths. French intelligence must be … Read More
Actor/musician Corey Feldman was arrested Saturday night on ‘unspecified’ drug charges, according to the Richland Parish Sheriff’s Office in Louisiana. “The Goonies” star and his band were scheduled to play that night at the Live Oaks Bar and Ballroom, but was arrested before the show started. Feldman was arrested in Richland Parish, Louisiana, for one count of marijuana possession along with a traffic charge. Feldman was released without being booked into jail, The News Star reported. Though he was not in custody for long, the arrest caused Corey Feldman … Read More
Jordanian authorities say they foiled an Al Qaeda plot to attack shopping malls and Western diplomatic missions using suicide bombers, booby-trapped cars and rockets smuggled in from Syria on a date terrorists dub “9/11 the second.” Some 11 suspected Al Qaeda-linked militants were arrested for what would have been the terror group’s first attack since a triple hotel bombing in Amman almost seven years ago, which killed 60 people, the government said Sunday. Al Qaeda has targeted Jordan because of the government’s alliance with the United States and … Read More
Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture and future President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Gives a Speech on the Proper Role …
Men in the public spotlight constantly are asked to express an opinion on a myriad of government proposals and projects. “What do you think of TVA?” “What is your opinion of Medicare?” How do you feel about Urban Renewal?” The list is endless. All too often, answers to these questions seem to be based, not upon any solid principle, but upon the popularity of the specific government program in question. Seldom are men willing to oppose a popular program if they, themselves, wish to be popular – especially … Read More
The unfamiliar American soil presented problems to the Pilgrims, but an Indian named Samoset greeted them and taught them how to fertilize best fertilize the soil. The results (months later) were spectacular, and the Pilgrims had much to be thankful for in the new land. About 100 Indians were invited to share in a thanksgiving feast of those first bumper crops of beans, squash, corn, barley, and peas. The Indians brought fresh venison and turkey and other fowl was provided by the Pilgrims, and enjoyed a meal together … Read More