Friday, May 30, 2014

Friday Links

A few stories in the news:

From NBC News, Jay Carney steps down from his position as White House Press Secretary.  Does he have something new in mind, or did he get tired of shoveling his boss's solid male bovine waste?

From Gateway Pundit, Carney blows a farewell kiss to the media.

From Fox News, David Attias, who was ruled not guilty for reason of insanity after plowing his car into group of young adults, killing four of them, back in 2001, has been released.  This attack occurred in Isla Vista, California, the same community as the stabbing and shooting rampage by Elliot Rodger.

From the New York Post, a survivor of Rodger's rampage tells her story.

From Breitbart's Big Government, illegal aliens under 18 have been estimated to cost American taxpayers 2 billion dollars next year.

From LifeNews, the practices of Texas abortionist Douglas Karpen have been described as similar to those of Kermit Gosnell.

From Reuters, the city of Los Angeles sues JP Morgan for discriminatory lending.

From The Right Scoop, a pastor in Northern Ireland is under investigation for a hate crime for what he said about Islam.

From Thomas More Society, a trespassing charge against a pro-lifer in Iowa has been dismissed.  (via Lisa Graas)

From CNET, NASA's IRIS satellite has spotted a solar flare seven times the size of the earth.

From Yahoo News, an American narco-corridos singer has been fatally shot.

From Newsbusters, MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell calls the VA scandal "far more serious" than other Obama-era "so-called scandals".

From Canada Free Press, the myth of the "97%" climate change consensus.

And from Polar Bear Science, the Polar Bear Specialist Group admits that its reported polar bear numbers is a "qualified guess".  (via The Daily Caller News Foundation)

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