This dog and this stuntman are seriously aerodynamic. It's amazingly cool to see how well coordinated their moves are. And it's especially cool in slow motion, as everything is cool in slow motion!
Watch this video below and see what an incredible collaboration the pair put together. It's also interesting that the dog is way better at skateboarding than most people. And back flips. And tai chi.
Check out the video below and be amazed. more >>
This five piece band creates a masterful harmony of musical talent using just the human body. You won't believe how full-bodied there sound can be with just snaps and vocal chords.
Not to mention that their rendition of "Happy" is so awesome it will leave you clapping along. Really uplifting. These people are like the equivalent human metronomes. Seriously, it's unreal.more >>
You will be amazed at how delightfully precious this series of short lessons in the life of a puppy is. Small, funny, sweet, these puppies are great to watch. They will most definitely make you say "Awwww"
Hopefully we can all learn from this video that life is wonderful and an adventure...puppies are totally incompetent at performing everyday activities...but that it really doesn't matter because they're so cute.more >>
The similarities between Putin and Obama are many. They both conjure up fake crises to get what they want. Putin says Crimea wanted him-so he takes a piece of Ukraine. Obama said our healthcare system was broken-so he invaded one seventh of our economy and took it. Both demonize their enemies with lies, aided by a subordinate press, in hopes of stigmatizing opponents. Both use the Saul Alinsky playbook.
Putin is seeking a fourth term in 2018, and doesn't want to be too associated with Obama whose favorability poll numbers are in the 30's versus Putin's in the 70's-Putin has his career to consider.
Yep, ole Putin is running again in 2018. He said he looks forward to the voters of Russia being heard at the polls--then chuckled uncontrollably for a few minutes. I predict Putin will him win first, second and third in that race. more >>
NASHVILLE—University of Texas sociology professor Mark Regnerus addressed criticisms of his recent study that compared the outcomes of children raised by same-sex couples against those who are raised by their biological and heterosexual parents during a panel discussion at the Ethics & Religious Liberty leadership summit in Nashville, Monday night.
Regnerus' social science study found that children function best as adolescents and young adults when they are raised by their biological mother and father or are adopted by a mother and father who remain married.
During the panel discussion he commented that among the majority of same-sex headed families that he had studied, few had relationships characterized by "stability and longevity," and consequently his findings that children raised by heterosexual couples fared better than those in same-sex households could not been seen as a "slam-dunk." more >>
Two years ago, a tragedy struck a Southern California family. 19 year-old Anthony Vincent Devaney was hit by a vehicle and was killed as he crossed a street near a freeway exit ramp in Lake Elsinore.
Several months later, his mother, Ann Marie, stuck wooden crosses on the side of the road near the spot where he died, as way of honoring Anthony's memory. We've all seen similar memorials. They're as common-place as road signs, scattered alongside our streets and highways, reminding us of lives lost due to car accidents and of our duty to drive safely.
For Ann Marie Devaney, this memorial is a simple gesture of love. more >>