Monday, January 5, 2015

Astronomers Have Some New Theories About the Source of a Mystery Object Inside the Milky Way’s Black Hole

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Firewire from THE BLAZE January 05, 2015
Texas Open Carry Advocates Are Using a Black Panthers Tactic as They Go 'Cop-Watching'
Politics makes strange bedfellows — and so does political resistance. Texas open carry advocates are taking a page out of the Black Panthers' playbook as "cop watchers" follow police officers around wielding cameras — and guns. As the Daily Beast reported, libertarian-leaning open carry advocates... READ MORE.
Meet the Seven Republicans Who Will Vote Against Boehner
As of Monday, seven House Republicans had announced they would vote against John Boehner (R-Ohio) for House Speaker, a number that seemed likely to grow further before Tuesday's election. The seven that have come out against Boehner have said for years that Congress needs to change the way... READ MORE.

Martha Raddatz of ABC News' "This Week" sounded and looked a bit incredulous on Sunday when she asked newly-elected House Republican Mia Love if she supports Sen. Ted Cruz's plan to "do everything humanly possible to stop Obamacare." Unaffected by Raddatz' not-so-subtle query, Love replied in a decidedly... READ MORE.

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It's one of 2014's defining stories: The price of oil trending down, down, down, dropping from more than $100 a barrel in June to close to $50 in December. Do oil companies think the trend will be reversed anytime soon? Not likely. As Reuters reported Monday morning, many... READ MORE.

Astronomers initially discovered an object orbiting the black hole at the center of the Milky Way in 2011. At the time, they thought it was nothing more than a gas cloud that would disappear over time. Four years later, it's still there. According to the Huffington Post, scientists are offering... READ MORE.

SAN FRANCISCO (TheBlaze/AP) — It's not just that hundreds of airplane passengers took what amounted to a 28-hour overseas's that they spent 12 of those hours sitting in the plane on a tarmac in the Middle East, waiting for takeoff. Yes, the weary passengers eventually reached their destination... READ MORE.
Blogger With Terminal Cancer Who Begged Brittany Maynard Not to End Her Life Pens Incredible Blog Post About Her Journey: 'I Pray I Would Live Well and Fade Well'
A Christian author and blogger with terminal cancer who desperately — but unsuccessfully — tried to convince cancer-patient Brittany Maynard to reconsider her November decision to end her life through doctor-assisted suicide has been admitted to hospice care as she continues to battle cancer. Kara Tippetts, 38, of... READ MORE.
Beer Company Apologizes for Naming One of Its Beers After a Famous Historical Figure
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- A Connecticut brewery is apologizing to Indians offended that the company is using Mohandas Gandhi's name and likeness on one of its beers. New England Brewing Co. in Woodbridge apologized over the weekend on its Facebook page for the India pale ale it calls... READ MORE.

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The head of a $200 million hedge fund was fatally shot Sunday afternoon in his multimillion-dollar Manhattan apartment during a fight with his 30-year-old son, who police arrested Sunday night, the New York Daily News reported. Thomas Gilbert Sr., 70, was shot in the head, police said. READ MORE.

Blaze Original: Read the Epic Letter Spotted in a Dallas Apartment Elevator From an Irate Resident: 'What Are You, French?'
The Christmas spirit didn't last long in one Dallas apartment complex. A letter, observed by TheBlaze and posted to the inside of an elevator at the downtown-area Southside on Lamar building, took aim at residents who haven't observed management's requests regarding throwing out old Christmas trees. And the irate "fellow co-inhabitant and neighbor" doesn't hold back. READ MORE.
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