Indiana

More Solar Jobs Is A Curse, Not A Blessing

Citing U.S. Department of Energy data, the New York Times recently reported that the solar industry employs far more Americans than wind or coal. This is supposed to be a good thing, according to the Times. In reality, it’s not a good thing at all, and certainly not a positive trend. In fact, the job numbers actually underscore how wasteful, inefficient and unproductive solar power actually is.

Matt Taibbi: How Did Russiagate Start?

What exactly is the FBI investigating? Why was it kept secret from other intelligence chiefs, if that's what happened? That matters, if we're trying to gauge what happened last week.

Here's Why You'll Pay Higher Gas Prices Whatever The Market

The average gasoline tax in the U.S. is 49.5 cents per gallon, according to data from the American Petroleum Institute. That’s not too bad as far as averages go, but it has been climbing over the last five years and it will continue rising as states lose hope that the federal government will chip in for infrastructure construction and maintenance, and transportation.

A Russian Went Inside A Chinese Click-Farm: This Is What He Found

On the day when Snapchat erased billions of market cap from investors (and founders) accounts - as the MAUs-means-money model seems to break - we thought it worthwhile taking another glimpse into the hush-hush world of 'click-farms' and the fakeness of the latest social network fads.

Trump Named As "Risk Factor" In Company Filings 3x More Than Obama

According to the research firm Sentieo, which spent hours and hours of time scouring the "Risk Factor" sections of 10-Ks and 10-Qs, Trump has been about 3x more likely to be cited by a publicly traded company in the U.S. as a "Risk Factor" in his first 100 days in office than was Obama.

Facebook Killer Manhunt Continues - Cops Warn "May Be Out-Of-State"

Amid hundreds of tips - direct to law enforcement officials and across social media - Cleveland police warned early Monday that residents in Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and Michigan should be on the lookout for 37-year-old Steve Stephens, who is driving a white Ford Fusion and is believed to be armed and dangerous. "Suspect may be out-of-state at this time...Those outside of Northeast Ohio: Contact Local Authorities."

Kentucky Judge Finds That "Particularly Reckless" Trump Incited Violence At 2016 Rally

A United States District Court judge in Kentucky has ruled that Trump was "particularly reckless" at a Louisville rally in March 2016 for shouting "get 'em out of here" in reference to a group of Hillary snowflakes who literally shut down his event with their protests...guess the judge missed that whole Project Veritas video series which confirmed that protesters were actually looking to incite violence to progress their anti-Trump narratives.

Foundation & Empire - Is Donald Trump 'The Mule'?

"I don’t see Trump as an evil Mule character in this Shakespearian tragedy, as it progresses towards its ill-fated denouement...  It’s like jockeying for the best seat on the Titanic as it sinks into the frigid ocean depths of the Atlantic. The American Empire is in shambles and no one can reverse its course at this point."