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Pornhub upload family friendly content to beat copyright

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:24
Experts believe movie pirates are targeting Pornhub in the belief that the site takes longer to remove material in breach of copyright than the likes of Facebook or YouTube.

Boy, 4, found living in a tiny closet in meth-lab home

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:23
Police say they found the four-year-old boy when they raided the Houston-area home on December 20 because they believed meth was being made and sold there.

Experts reveal how you can fight off a shark attack  

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:22
MailOnline Travel has spoken to wildlife experts from the UK and U.S to find out how best to fend off sharks - and whether punching them on the nose to make them go away is a myth.

NYPD investigating Terry Richardson sex assault allegation

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:22
NYPD is investigating photographer Terry Richardson after model Caron Bernstein, 47, accused him of forcing her to perform oral sex on him during a photoshoot in his New York studio in 2003.

Owners share photos of their dogs' disaster haircuts

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:22
Dog-lovers from all over the world have shared hilarious snaps of their pooches sporting some ridiculous haircuts on social media. The pictures capture luxuriant manes and fluffy tails.

Uh oh. PA wants medical marijuana users to “dispose” of their guns

Hot Air - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:21

It’s a new year and medical marijuana is finding its way into the Keystone State. That’s not particularly remarkable since it’s a trend which has taken root in plenty of states around the nation. But Pennsylvania gun owners are now facing the same conundrum threatening to plague their fellow Second Amendment enthusiasts in other states where either medical or recreational pot has been legalized. The Pennsylvania State Police are telling everyone with both a firearm and a medical marijuana card to prepare to find a way to “dispose” of their guns. (CBS Pittsburgh)

Pennsylvania State Police officials are stirring up protest among Pennsylvania gun-owners who are also potential medical marijuana patients.

“It disturbs me greatly to see the Pennsylvania State Police put on their website references to federal law while ignoring the fact that it is legal under Pennsylvania law,” says Patrick Nightingale of Greenfield.

Nightingale is a gun owner, a criminal defense attorney, and a recent applicant for a medical marijuana card.

What disturbs him is a State Police statement on their website, citing federal law, telling medical marijuana card holders, “It is unlawful for you to keep possession of any firearms which you owned or had in your possession prior to obtaining a medical marijuana card, and you should consult an attorney about the best way to dispose of your firearms.”

Rather than waiting for some sort of pronouncement from either the Governor or the Justice Department in Washington, the state troopers have posted a warning to gun owners who are seeking medical marijuana cards. That seems like an unusual step, particularly since neither Governor Wolf nor the state’s Attorney General have weighed in on the question yet.

So here’s the first question to tackle. Are the state police going to be enforcing state law or federal law when the two are in direct conflict? It’s true that the cops aren’t supposed to ignore violations of the law whenever they see it, but usually, a federal violation either lines up with a matching state law or falls under an area where the state’s code is silent. As we’ve seen in other states already, this marijuana legalization question is something of a unique beast.

There’s also a common sense angle to this. It’s not illegal for adults to continue to own a firearm if they possess or drink alcohol, providing they’re not going out and engaging in drunken mayhem and violence as a result. Why would the state treat marijuana any differently if it’s been reclassified along the same lines as booze? Granted, that applies mostly to the states with recreational pot use, but we could apply the same question to prescription medicines. If your doctor prescribes some sort of opioid for you, you clearly shouldn’t be either driving your car or firing your weapons while under the influence. But simply having the drugs in your possession legally doesn’t strip you of your Second Amendment rights. If marijuana is now a “prescription drug” under Pennsylvania law, confiscating guns seems to be a bit of a stretch, doesn’t it?

While we probably don’t need to drop yet another hot potato in the Supreme Court’s lap right now, it seems that they’re going to have to chime in on this one sooner or later. The court has been reluctant to take a stand on Second Amendment rights since Heller, but this is a state vs federal conflict that’s crying out for a definitive resolution.

The post Uh oh. PA wants medical marijuana users to “dispose” of their guns appeared first on Hot Air.

Trump could impose sanctions on Iran's Revolutionary Guard

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:20
President Donald Trump is rooting for anti-government protesters despite the risk of helping Iranian authorities dismiss the demonstrations as the product of American instigation.

Rand Paul: Pakistan Burns Our Flag And Imprisons Christians

Info Wars - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:20
Senator repeats Trump's call to end aid.

Neon-lit kingdom created from ice in China's Harbin

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:18
Harbin, China's 'City of Ice', will host its annual winter festival with a breath-taking frozen city. The magical colourful kingdom boasts three neon-lit theme parks all created from ice.

There is no 'nuclear button' on Trump's desk

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:17
Donald Trump has boasted that he has a bigger and more powerful 'nuclear button' than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un - but the US president does not have a physical button in Washington.

Fusion GPS founders say they were 'shocked' by contents of 'Steele dossier' (Max Greenwood/The Hill)

Memeorandum - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:15

Max Greenwood / The Hill:
Fusion GPS founders say they were ‘shocked’ by contents of ‘Steele dossier’  —  The founders of the private research firm that commissioned the controversial dossier detailing salacious allegations against President Trump  —  said Tuesday they were “shocked” by the information contained in the report …

Trump ratchets up support for demonstrators in Iran (The Hill)

Memeorandum - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:15

The Hill:
Trump ratchets up support for demonstrators in Iran  —  The Trump administration on Tuesday ramped up its support for the protests gripping Iran and urged other nations to take a stand against Tehran's violent crackdown on demonstrators.  —  U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (U.N.) Nikki Haley

The Case for the Subway (Jonathan Mahler/New York Times)

Memeorandum - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:15

Jonathan Mahler / New York Times:
The Case for the Subway  —  It built the city.  Now, no matter the cost — at least $100 billion — the city must rebuild it to survive.  —  Long before it became an archaic, filthy, profligate symbol of everything wrong with our broken cities, New York's subway was a marvel …

Singer shares tattoo that plays voice of late grandmother

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:14
Sakyrah Angelique, from Chicago, got a sound wave tattoo of a voicemail her grandma left her, a month before she died. In the message, her grandma can be heard wishing her happy birthday.

T-shirts in Alaska in winter? With record-tying temps, yes

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:14
Anchorage saw an official high of 44F degrees Tuesday, tying the record set in 1981 and 2011, after several cities in Alaska experienced their warmest December in history.

Mega Millions, Powerball jackpots each top $400 million

UPI - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:11
This week marks the second time that the Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots both top $300 million at the same time.

Chinese straight-A pupil completes homework on an overpass

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:08
The boy, named Qu Sinian, lives with his less-fortunate parents in a small rental room next to the overpass in Guiyang, southern China. He writes on the overpass about four hours daily until nightfall.

Antifa Website Posts Directions for Sabotaging ATMs After Anarchists ‘Wreck’ Nearly 20 in Portland

GatewayPundit - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:04

Antifa anarchists have decided that an excellent way to “smash the state” is to inconvenience their friends and neighbors by sabotaging ATM machines — in a city that voted 73.3% for Hillary Clinton and only 17% for Donald Trump.

via the anarchists at It’s Going Down

In a communique posted to the Antifa website It’s Going Down, an anonymous criminal admitted to using guerrilla tactics to “wreck” ATM machines in the ultra-blue city of Portland, Oregon — and encouraged readers in other cities to do the same.

“We are no longer willing to wait for the some great spark to cause the Revolution, nor can we afford to wait as our mental health depreciates with each new bit of bad news about our dying planet and all these warring nations fighting over blood and oil. Instead, we will turn every little act into an act of rebellion and refuse to submit to the State any longer,” the criminal wrote.

Finally, someone on the left admit that their side is suffering from severe mental health issues!

The anonymous contributor then claimed to have borrow the tactic from “comrades in Philly” and went out with a group of friends to inconvenience people with their vandalism.

“We attempted first to lodge rectangles of non-corrugated cardboard into the slots on the ATMs, but found that the machines wouldn’t accept our counterfeits. In a split second decision, we ransacked the closest big box grocery store for all the Visa gift cards we could stuff into our pockets. We cut off about a third of these, so as to make them that much harder to fish out of the machines, and processed to gallivant across Portland jamming every machine we came across. In total we managed to wreck almost 20 ATMs, although we shall have to see how long it takes the banks to repair them,” the anarchist wrote.

With a complete lack of regard for those who perhaps have to walk to those ATMs in the bitter cold, the contributor added that “this tactic could and should be implemented all winter long.” They also wrote that the sabotage “could even likely be performed in broad daylight without catching so much as a second look. In truth, humans are so programmed not to notice things anymore that even the cops that passed us by periodically didn’t so much as slow down or look over while passing.”

“While our actions will not make the State crumble tomorrow, they allow us a bit of sanity and self-confidence which has been stolen from us,” the author, rather hilariously, admitted at the end of their call for crime.

The post Antifa Website Posts Directions for Sabotaging ATMs After Anarchists ‘Wreck’ Nearly 20 in Portland appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

London artist's YouTube clip of woman 'cooking with mouth'

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:04
The bizarre clip, which shows a woman chewing raw onion, garlic, carrots and butter then spitting each ingredient into a mixing bowl, left viewers baffled. It's the work of a London-based artist.

Wife stamps on husband's pregnant mistress with high heels

Daily Mail - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 14:02
Harrowing footage has emerged showing a group of women violently beating an alleged mistress in China. The alleged mistress shouted: 'I am pregnant' but one women stamped on her belly.


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