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Canada turns to LAP to broker peace with U.S.

January 7, 2016 // 36 Comments

                                                Special Report ALBERTA, Canada — In an unprecedented move aimed at easing tensions between the U.S. and Canada following Justin Bieber’s request for permanent U.S. citizenship, Canadian officials have agreed to what they are calling a “mutually offensive [Click For More]

Your Thanksgiving questions answered by Mr. Knowitall

November 19, 2015 // 20 Comments

It’s been 395 years since that first Thanksgiving, when the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians sat down together in celebration and, much like the Americans of today, made a solemn vow not to eat more than your standard bull elk. We know this because of a passage recently discovered in the diary of Pilgrim Edward Winslow, who described the first [Click For More]

A catchy NASA acronym could lead to restrooms on Mars

January 19, 2015 // 42 Comments

When NASA director Dr. Charles F. Bolden Jr. said that this year’s mission selection process was the most difficult session in more than two decades, it got me thinking: I wonder how Barbara Eden is doing? After a quick Google search found her alive and well, a second thought crossed my mind: What is the criteria for giving a space mission the [Click For More]

Can straight men benefit from watching The Bachelor?

January 22, 2014 // 41 Comments

  Ned Hickson is a syndicated columnist with News Media Corporation. His first book, Humor at the Speed of Life, is available  from Port Hole Publications, Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble . Hi. My name is Ned and I watch The Bachelor. I’ve been a heterosexual for 17,155 days and counting. I can see the looks of confusion but [Click For More]