If you take a quick gander at last year's FBI assessment for domestic terrorism, you'll see it includes: anti-government militia groups, white supremacy extremists, sovereign citizen nationalists, anarchists, violent animal rights and environmentalist extremists, black separists, both pro abortion activists and anti abortion activists, and Puerto Rican nationalists. Notice anything missing? Exactly. Now FBI Director James Comey admitted that ISIS a greater threat to the United States than al-Qaeda. Meanwhile, Chattanooga shooter has been labeled a "homegrown violent extremist" despite the fact that he had been following al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki and made all those pesky little trips to the Middle East over the past few years.
But people are slowly coming out of the woodwork to call Islamis terrorism what is is, even as this Administration fails to do so: Tomi Lahren and retired Staff Sergeant Alonzo Lunsford both had lots to say on the issue, especially with it coming to light that one Naval officer and one marine fought back against the shooter. And if you're interested, here is Lahren with her Naval officer boyfriend she speaks of.
Proper hydration is key for optimal body function, and not consuming enough water can lead to serious complications, including dehydration. Drinking a gallon of water a day is more than the recommended intake but will not have any harmful effects on your system if you are not dehydrated. Water makes up more than 60 percent of your body weight, and without it, you would not survive more than a few days. All of your body's cells and organs need water to run, and it also functions as a lubricant in your body. Excess water is removed from your body through sweating as well as urination. Doctors recommend drinking six to eight 8-ounce glasses per day, so while a gallon of water is double the recommended intake, the excess will simply be excreted by your body.
The Connoisseur was a magazine published from 1901 to 1992 that covered luxury topics such as fine art, collectibles and antique furniture. It was edited for several years by Herbert Granville Fell. The American edition of Connoisseur was published by Hearst Corporation through Condé Nast Publications, was edited from 1981 to 1991 by Thomas Hoving. During the 1970s and the early 80s Connoisseur specialized in articles on antiques, opera and art. In 1992, Hearst Magazines announced that it would merge the monthly into Town & Country. Well preserved copies of Connoisseur Magazine can fetch upwards of $30 each among collector circles.
Step 1: Purchase a $50 Cabelas gift card for only $40 on eBay. Stey 2: Take advantage of Cabelas' $5 shipping on orders $99 or more. Step 3: You can afford to fire warning shots again.
100 bytes: A telegram. 2 Kilobytes: A typewritten page. 100 Kilobytes: A low-resolution photograph. 5 Megabytes: The complete works of Shakespeare or 30 seconds of TV-quality video. 100 Megabytes: 1 meter of shelved books or a two-volume encyclopaedic book. 1 Gigabyte: A pickup truck filled with paper or a symphony in high-fidelity sound or a movie at TV quality. 10 Terabytes: The printed collection of the US Library of Congress. 20 Petabytes: Production of all hard-disk drives in 1995. 5 Exabytes: All words ever spoken by human beings. Research from the University of Southern California reports that in 2007, humankind successfully sent 1.9 zettabytes of information through broadcast technology such as televisions and GPS. Read on for Yottabytes and more.
Pabst Blue Ribbon provides an interesting case study in cool. Just a few years ago, the Pabst Brewing Company was in shambles. The watery, 170-year-old beer enjoyed popularity in the 1970s, but the '80s were none too kind to the brew, kicking off a 20-year sales slump. In 1996, Pabst closed its flagship Milwaukee brewery. In 2001, sales dropped to fewer than a million barrels -- 90 percent below its 1975 high. Then something changed, and PBR was suddenly the hipster's choice at bars and barbecues everywhere. Sales jumped by 20.3 percent in 2009 and continued to rise steadily over the next few years, according to Beer Marketer's Insights.