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Mountain Lions In Los Angeles Hunting Closer To Human Settlements

Mountain Lions In Los Angeles Hunting Closer To Human Settlements

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register Los Angeles is one of only two megacities inhabited by large predatory cats. And according to new research published in PLOS ONE, they’re hunting closer to human settlements than ever before. According to a statement from the researchers, understanding how big cats interact with such human settlements aids development of strategies […]

The Good And Bad Of Going Gluten Free

  Grocery stores are increasingly lining their shelves with gluten-free bread, nurse chips, pizza crusts, cookies, and other gluten-free products. But are there benefits to cutting out gluten, the type of protein found in grains, such as wheat, rye, and barley? It’s what gives bread its chewy, fluffy texture that acts like glue to hold […]

Hillary Clinton refuse to give correct national motto:  “In God We Trust”; Oklahoma Republican Senator James Lankford gives response Saturday

Hillary Clinton refuse to give correct national motto:  “In God We Trust”;  Oklahoma Republican Senator James Lankford gives response Saturday

By Michael Hernandez CLEVELAND—In her acceptance speech, Thursday, Hillary Clinton stated:  Our country’s motto is E Pluribus Unum–out of many, we are one.  In 2010, President Barack Obama similarly said,  “In the United States, our motto is E Pluribus Unum–out of many, we are one.” On Friday, the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), […]

Loneliest Young Star Seen by Spitzer and WISE

Loneliest Young Star Seen by Spitzer and WISE

Alone on the cosmic road, far from any known celestial object, a young, independent star is going through a tremendous growth spurt. The unusual object, called CX330, was first detected as a source of X-ray light in 2009 by NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory while it was surveying the bulge in the central region of the […]

California’s War on My Religious College and Others

California’s War on My Religious College and Others

I had a very weird college experience. My memories aren’t of frat parties, seek of slugging down drinks in games of quarters or beer pong, doctor of losing my voice cheering at big football games, here and of hearing how evil Western civilization is in the classroom. Instead, when I think of my four years […]

“Clinton Cash” Movie Premiers in America; Paperback Released July 26th

“Clinton Cash” Movie Premiers in America; Paperback Released July 26th

By Michael Hernandez Breitbart News showed the motion picture adaptation of “Clinton Cash:  The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich” this weekend free to more than half-million viewers during a two-day global release: http://www.breitbart.com/clinton-cash-movie/  More than half of these views came from supporters of Bernie Sanders. […]

Simi Valley Motor Officer Tom Carney Returns Home

Simi Valley Motor Officer Tom Carney Returns Home

Sustainability: Higher Education’s New Fundamentalism

Sustainability: Higher Education’s New Fundamentalism

“Sustainability” is a key idea on college campuses in the United States and the rest of the Western world. To many, sustainability is just a new name for environmentalism. But the word has come to mean something much larger: an ideology that demands new limits on economic, political, and intellectual freedom as the price that […]

Best Selling Author Raven West interviewed on Local Media Broadcast

Best Selling Author Raven West interviewed on Local Media Broadcast

Author Raven West was a guest on “In the Community” with Bill DeFoi where she discussed her novel “Red Wine for Breakfast” and how social media has impacted the publishing industry. West is also the author of “First Class Male” and “Undercover Reunion” and writes the column  “Heard It On The Grapevine” for Citizens Journal. […]

Doctors May Start Treating Childhood Anxiety Disorders With Yoga

Doctors May Start Treating Childhood Anxiety Disorders With Yoga

Anxiety disorders plague more than one in four adolescents between the ages of 13 and 18, remedy and many of them are treated with antidepressants and other medications to try and help them live a relatively healthy childhood. But a team of researchers from the University of Cincinnati set out to explore other treatment options […]