Economic terrorists from an obscure school in Austria hacked Paul Krugman’s Twitter account and posted a bizarre false allegation regarding child pornography, says the FBI.
A Facebook manifesto blamed “the evil cosmetic surgeon Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz” for bringing “ridicule and mockery on the politicians everyone once idolized.”
A draft proposal says “only the federal government can enforce the licensing requirements of individuals who routinely work from home with substances that are strictly controlled by the same government.”
Some focus group participants said the senator seemed harmless enough. Others said Sanders threatened them with dental tools if they didn’t tell him what he wanted to know.
Justice Democrats strongly criticized Erdogan. “We have pretty much the same goals as Erdogan, but he made a mistake by showing the video. He needs to keep that authoritarian fascist stuff behind closed doors.”
“I left New Zealand because life wasn’t what I thought it should be. Then I found out that life in the Islamic State wasn’t what I thought it would be,” Taylor said. “It’s disappointing that my old life is so much like my new life.”
There’s only one problem with the aerial photograph of the “squalid” compound that has focused the world’s attention on remote northern New Mexico. It isn’t true.