Deputy Human Rights Commissioner Flavia Pansieri said Islamic State (IS) was believed to have committed systematic and intentional attacks on civilians. They include targeted killings, forced conversions, slavery, sexual abuse, and the besieging of entire communities.
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A federal study to determine why 75 percent of lesbian women are obese and gay men are not has totaled nearly $3 million. The National Institutes of Health study is now in its fourth year…
Off-the-cuff statement indicates Obama is laying the groundwork for unilateral executive action that could defer prosecutions for millions of illegal immigrants
Vice President Joe Biden rallied hundreds of union workers on Monday, saying he believes all American workers deserve a “fair share” as corporations grow.
President Barack Obama has sent official notification to Congress of his order for last week’s airstrikes and humanitarian aid drops to help Iraqis threatened by Islamic State militants. Obama Officially Notifies Congress of His Approval To Launch Airstrikes In Iraq…
The script usually goes like this: Shocking incident happens. Political leaders and advocates all promise changes so it doesn’t happen again. The public’s attention moves on. Nothing happens. This time, though, there’s hope that Ferguson will be different.
Kenneth Bae, Jeffrey Fowle and Matthew Miller have been interviewed by CNN after North Korea whisked the camera crew to a secret location – supposedly to meet government officials
BP was fined $4 billion for the 2010 Macondo Well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, pleading guilty to eleven felony counts of manslaughter, one count of felony obstruction and various misdemeanor charges under the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts. This amount is trivial to BP. But will they get debarred, a much bigger […]
Company’s online storage service said to be source of a large cache of private nude celebrity images. Apple said Monday it is “actively investigating” whether a security breach at its iCloud service was responsible for the leak of several private, nude images of celebrities, including actress Jennifer Lawrence.
It is an old adage that there are lies, damn lies and then there are statistics. Nowhere is this truer that in the government’s monthly Consumer Price Index (CPI) that tracks the prices for a selected “basket” of goods to determine changes in people’s cost-of-living and, therefore, the degree of price inflation in the American […]
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Prior to the industrial revolution in the mid 1800’s virtually every worker was involved in agriculture or was employed in small shops. Those in agriculture produced enough to feed their families and perhaps had some extra to sell to neighbors. Those involved with small shops provided some basic services. For each group though, their productivity […]
One of the biggest surprises for me this year is how far the 2015 Yukon Denali has come in terms of driving refinement, increased fuel economy numbers and day to day livability. The last time I drove the big SUV from GMC, it was quite a long time ago. I remember how downright scary the […]
Today the Jerry Doyle Show is broadcasting live from Radio Row at the 8th annual Defending the American Dream Summit hosted by Americans For Prosperity in Dallas, Tx. Over 3,000 like-minded activists have come together for an unforgettable weekend with a shared desire to advance the time-honored ideals of economic freedom. So often you can […]
Cable news anchor Jane Velez-Mitchell says that corporate socialism “is the fundamental flaw of our county.” Speaking on my nationally syndicated radio program Now It’s The News, Velez-Mitchell, who hosts a nightly show on HLN, said that “corporations pretty much dictate - because of the extraordinary powers of the lobbyists – what these members of Congress will do.” “I […]
Jerry Doyle & Americans for Prosperity Take On Harry Reid At The “Defending The American Dream” Event In Dallas
The Jerry Doyle Show has packed up and moved to Dallas, Texas to attend the 8th annual Defending the American Dream Summit hosted by Americans For Prosperity. Tomorrow through Saturday at the Omni Hotel in downtown Dallas, free-market champions from Main Street to Capitol Hill will come together for an unforgettable weekend with a shared desire […]
Listen to this clip from the August 27, 2014 edition of the Jerry Doyle Show Earlier in the week the VA released a lengthy report outline the Inspector General’s investigation into the “significant delays” in care at the Phoenix VA Hospital saying these delays couldn’t be conclusively linked to the deaths of the dozens of […]
Burger King has just purchased the Canadian coffee and donut chain Tim Horten. This looks to be a good corporate marriage, blending Horten’s well-known coffee and donuts to Burger King’s well-known hamburgers and fries. But was this merger done to avoid paying high US corporate taxes? If it was, what can be done to stop […]
From Hollywood to Liberia, from D.C. to Donetsk, the news these days takes us in so many fascinating directions! Here are some of the headlines and pictures that the media missed this week, and probably with good reason.
The Jerry Doyle Show is packing up and heading to Dallas, Texas to attend the 8th annual Defending the American Dream Summit hosted by Americans For Prosperity. From August 29th and 30th at the beautiful Omni Hotel in downtown Dallas free-market champions from Main Street to Capitol Hill will come together for an unforgettable weekend with a […]
For more than a decade, now, Federal Reserve policy has been guided by the fear of one economic bogyman: the presumed danger of “price deflation.” The fear is unfounded and the inflationary “solution” only leads to disaster. During Alan Greenspan’s and Ben Bernanke’s watches at the helm of America’s central bank and now under Janet […]
In 2012, Honda introduced to the world an all new Civic. The automotive and consumer media heavily criticized this all new generation with its cheap interior materials, sloppy handling characteristics and high levels of cabin noise. While the criticism had but a marginal effect on sales numbers, Honda actually listened to the complaints. Until now, […]
With no one in charge, the world is burning One definition of crisis is “a decision point, that if not handled properly, could turn into a disaster.” By that definition and looking at current world events we are likely in a crisis.. It is, right now, the time for strong leadership. And where are the […]
As opponents of the Affordable Care Act campaign to repeal and replace Obamacare, the question is always “What are you going to replace ACA with?” The answers never seem clear. But there is a simple solution that remedies the problem in both the short term and the long term. What is the solution? First off, […]
Jerry “unpacks” the debate surrounding Obama’s vacation and the message it sends when he goes from a press conference addressing the beheading of an American citizen by terrorist thugs to a tee time on Martha’s Vineyard. Listen to this short clip from the August 21, 2014 edition of the Jerry Doyle Show for more and to […]
Transparency International just released its “Corruption Perceptions Index”(CPI) for 2014. This index surveys experts on public sector corruption in 177 countries. The US scored a 77 on the 0 to 100 scale. This places America 19th on the list. Ten years ago we placed 14th. Why have we declined? This is a subject that has […]
Sticking A Finger In The Eye Of Settled Science: Cutting Fat From Diet May Not Be Best Way to Lose Weightcbsnews.com
For people who want to lose weight and boost their heart health, cutting down on carbohydrates may work better than trimming dietary fat, a new study suggests.
Former House majority leader Eric Cantor is joining a Wall Street investment bank as vice-chairman and managing director, the firm announced this morning.
The British prime minister unveiled proposals for dealing with British citizens pledging allegiance to the Islamic State.
If WiFi can track a heartbeat through walls, why can’t I get internet in my corner bathroom? Jason Cole was trying to figure that out too, but unlike me, he’s a PhD student in physics.
Ralph Nader said on Monday that Democrats are “doomed” in the midterm elections unless they make raising the minimum wage the top campaign issue. “That’s the winning issue. They’re doomed in November unless they make the minimum wage — which gets more new workers, low-income workers out to vote…”
The world’s first study of the “long-term impacts of plants in an office environment” suggests that a simple arrangement of a few plants around the office can pay huge dividends.
Experts say wearable technology is the next big thing, but now the people have spoken. And the people don’t want smartwatches — they want a cooler that will make margaritas and charge their phones while blasting the latest Pitbull song.
Iran’s former vice president has been convicted of a charge that includes a prison term and a cash fine, a spokesman for the Islamic Republic’s judiciary said Monday, though details about the case were not announced.
Google’s announcement should settle it for Amazon, take your drone operations abroad, at least until the FAA gets their act together. America may lose these drone related jobs, but it’s clear that companies can’t build innovative flying machines in a nation where flights are prohibited.
Reptiles were part of zero-gravity research into reproduction and ‘mummified remains’ suggest they froze to death
I’m sure you aren’t planning a 365-day-a-year business, but no matter what you are doing, you need to take time to recharge your batteries and take a break.
We don’t need to rake over the gory details here, but in the last 12 hours, the internet has lost its “you know what” over some leaked celebrity photos. As yet though, no one has been able to confirm how the images actually leaked, but some keen programmers think they may have spotted at least […]
President Obama used Labor Day to tout the country’s economic gains under his leadership and make an election-year case that higher wages and other progress for workers can only be achieved through a Democrat-controlled Congress.
The Telegraph picks the 40 best films set in space, including Star Wars, Star Trek and Alien.
A 33-year-old slice of cake from Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s 1981 wedding has sold at auction for $1,375. The cake, still in its original white and silver presentation box, was sold online Thursday by Nate D. Sanders Auctions of Los Angeles.
As Burning Man comes to a close for another year, Reuters have shared stunning photos of the raucous 2014 event taken by photographer Jim Urquhart.
Delete, Delete: Social Media Manager Likely Out of Job Today After Posting This Tweet On Rick Perry’s Accountcnn.com
Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s Twitter account sent a disparaging graphic of a county district attorney, followed by a tweet calling the graphic unauthorized.
“Squeeze A Porn Star’s Breasts” Event Brings In Tens of Thousands of Dollars For AIDS Fundraising – Because Japanbusinessinsider.com
A group of Japanese porn actresses raised tens of thousands of dollars at the weekend by having their breasts squeezed by fans at a “Boob Aid” charity event for AIDS prevention. The nine adult movie stars, sporting yellow campaign T-shirts rolled up to reveal their breasts, flashed a big smile as punters came to them […]
Like many other users, the battery on my iPhone tends to die right before the end of the day. One obvious solution is to use a case like the Mophie, but I don’t like increasing the size of my phone. Another is to carry a battery charger around with me, but unfortunately, I am just too […]
Netflix, Amazon and Hulu are adding titles to their streaming options in September and here is your complete list of what to “watch” for…
Images showing high-powered military rifles in the hands of law enforcement in Ferguson, Mo., after the police shooting of an unarmed black man focused attention on a controversial Pentagon program that supplies that kind of weaponry to local police departments. Now reports reveal how some of those guns have been lost by law enforcement officials […]
A SUSPECTED case of the Ebola virus has been discovered in the Swedish capital Stockholm, a local official says. “So far it’s just a suspected case,” the official said, without giving more details. The person fell ill after visiting an area known to be hit by the virus and is now being held in isolation, the […]
Militants in Libya “secured” a U.S. embassy in Tripoli Sunday, and promptly “secured” its swimming pool. The residential annex of the embassy was evacuated over a month ago when the U.S. withdrew diplomatic staff as the security situation in Libya deteriorated.
Proponents of the city’s updated curfew, requiring all kids under 14 to be home by 9 p.m., say it keeps children safe. Critics believe the strict curfew promotes negative interactions with police.
A Louisiana TV personality with a reportedly sordid past in the UK was shot and killed at his Baton Rouge home on Wednesday.
President Obama is reportedly mulling the possibility of delaying making changes to U.S. immigration policy until after the upcoming midterm elections, after Democrats in tough Senate races have urged him to do so.
The chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee says President Barack Obama might be taking too long to respond to the growing threat from Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria. “I’ve learned one thing about this president, and that is he’s very cautious. Maybe, in this instance, too cautious,”
Unlike the financial services industry, health care companies lack measures to adequately prevent identity theft, even as they continue to digitize medical records and other sensitive information.