FAU tenured Professor James Tracy, who took some withering backlash earlier this year when he questioned whether a gunman had actually killed children at Sandy Hook Elementary, is back at it.
This time, Tracy -- who makes more than $60,000 per year in public money and teaches courses on conspiracy ... More >>
Oh hey, lookit. A bill that would allow armed guards to walk around your kid's school has been introduced to the Florida House, because the state legislature is a fantastic entity of profound and wondrous ideas.
It's called HB 1097. And it's gonna cure all our nation's ills.
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Last May, the Huffington Post published a photo of a 9-year-old named Josef Miles counter-protesting the Westboro Baptist Church -- a small but infamous group known for protesting soldiers' funerals with signs that declare "God Hates Fags." Miles held a small pencil-drawn sign that said, "God Hates ... More >>
Americans have long tolerated if not wallowed in conspiracy theories. Lee Harvey Oswald wasn't alone when he shot Kennedy. Aliens landed in Area 51. We never got to the moon, etc. etc.
But quite possibly the most despicable and callous of all conspiracy theories recently rose from South Florida. Ja ... More >>
Turns out James Tracy, the Florida Atlantic University professor who theorized the Sandy Hook massacre might be a mass media conspiracy, has a history of paranoid weirdness.Students say the guy went off in class. And his academic work hints at how someone could go so off the tracks. In a book review ... More >>
Glock 17, Free to Good Home.Responsible owners wanted.Should be able to provide proper housing. Previous gun ownership preferable, but not required.See Also:Fort Lauderdale Gun Show Takes Place on City Property -- Kids Get in Free!Florida to Be First State With 1 Million Concealed-Weapons LicensesSt ... More >>
About eight times a year, the Suncoast Gun Show takes place at Fort Lauderdale's War Memorial Auditorium -- city-owned property -- and the next event is coming up January 12 and 13. Attendees are allowed to bring guns into the show, and kids get in free!, the website announces. (Admission is $8 for ... More >>