Jonathan Maxwell
Jonathan Maxwell
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Oct. 11, 2013

There's An Oil Spill in North Dakota Seven Football Fields Large and No One Knew About It

Yet another major oil spill has occurred in America, igniting accusations that Big Oil is not regulated enough.

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Oct. 10, 2013

Randy Neugebauer Isn't Just Mean-Spirited, He Might Be Corrupt, Too

Randy Neugebauer's recent altercation with a park ranger continues to haunt him. Now, its reviving old controversies that he thought were dead and buried.
Oct. 6, 2013

TWTRQ Penny Stock Jumps 1500% Because People Think It's Twitter

Scores of investors purchase stock from Tweeter, incorrectly mistaking this struggling electronics company for booming, popular Twitter. Incidentally, Twitter isn't profitable, either.
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Oct. 2, 2013

Forget Impeachment! This Christian Host Wants a Military Coup Against Obama

Evangelist Rick Joyner has called for the military to overtake the Obama administration. America's right wing is increasingly frequent to make such ridiculous comments.
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Sept. 28, 2013

The One Reason Ted Cruz Will Never Be President

Republican primary voters love Ted Cruz, but they are a minority within the party — and most Republican voters find Cruz to be too extreme.
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Sept. 25, 2013

Aaron Alexis Video: Footage Of Navy Yard Shooter Minutes Before His Rampage

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has released a video that depicts the gunman's activities shortly before beginning a mass shooting spree.

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Sept. 21, 2013

German Elections 2013: Here's What You Need to Know

Merkel's probable re-election is good news for conservatives, but bad news for those struggling under austerity measures.
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Sept. 18, 2013

The 15 Most Murderous Cities in the United States

Chicago and New York top the list the FBI released ranking the most murderous cities in America.
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Sept. 14, 2013

Malawi Sold Their Presidential Jet to Feed the Poor — Here's What Congress Should Give Up

Americans are facing economic pressure more than ever, but Congress
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Sept. 13, 2013

Syria War is Making Americans Fall Back in Love With Congress

America's confidence in Congress has spiked as a result of its response to crisis in Syria. Based on its track record, it's unclear how long this support will last.