Thursday, October 8, 2015


California Governor Jerry Brown signed the "End of Life Option Act" into law, allowing terminally ill people to commit suicide.

Opponents of the bill said that people already have too much of a chance to end their lives by watching the presidential debates.

Former Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy appeared on 60 Minutes to talk about his new book detailing his family's problems with depression and alcoholism. 

However, he neglected to mention how his family has the same effect on the rest of the public.

It was revealed this week that GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson has been sued for malpractice six times. The most damaging claim was that he once left a sponge in a patient's brain.

When asked to explain the latter incident, Dr. Carson said, "I just wanted to let someone know what it's like to be me."

The oldest remains of a mammalian womb have been found inside the 48-million-year-old fossil of an early ancestor of a horse – with its unborn foal still inside.

Ted Cruz told reporters, "This is further proof of the need to defund Planned Parenthood."

Researchers have found that people who meet with friends three times a week lessen their depression.

Meeting with family members three times a week, however, tended to strengthen it.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has come out against Pres. Obama's proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, despite news clips proving she strongly supported it when Secretary of State in 2012.

Mrs. Clinton refused to explain her sudden about-face. However, later in the day her press office released a statement announcing her support of the development of video tape that would self-destruct five seconds after airtime.


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