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Young Pioneer Stops Offering DPRK Tours for Americans

Young Pioneer Stops Offering DPRK Tours for Americans

In a sure sign that it will take a lot more than Ambassador Rodman and an edible bouquet of...

Genius Idea: Tittooing

Genius Idea: Tittooing

While the FDA wants you to think before you ink, the latest trend in tattooing meets cosmetic...

Cantaloupe Beauty

Cantaloupe Beauty

With kale now finally on the outs, the cut-throat beauty community is now looking for a new...

Memory Lane Monday: FTC #ad

Memory Lane Monday: FTC #ad

Big Government is planning on protecting you from waist trainers, flat tummy teas and teeth...

Just Sayin’: Let’s Not Steal the Oxygen Tanks

Just Sayin’: Let’s Not Steal the Oxygen Tanks

It’s not just possible age caps hurting Everest trekkers. Now, it’s a steep increase in oxygen...

Foie Gras Folly

Hmm...Not this year.In case you were planning on filling gift baskets for your near and dear with foie gras this year, you might want to hold off on that idea for a different holiday down the road.

Memory Lane Monday: The American Snake

Copper bullion coins.The case for the rattlesnake.PD mentioned last month about Benjamin Franklin’s preference for the rattlesnake over the bald eagle, and in his December 27th, 1775 article as the, “American Guesser” in the Pennsylvania Journal, Franklin explains why.

Tio de Nadal

Krampus.The Tió.In the past, PD has brought you tales of the Yule Cat, Krampus and Papa Noel Maduro, but today, we’d like to wish you a special Tió de Nadal or in English, Christmas Log Day.

Genius Idea: Gender Equal Snow

Snow time."Gender Equal" approaches never quite seem equal, right?This year, PD has talked a fair amount about the Progressive genius pouring from Sweden, and the Swedish genius idea for today is in a class all its own.

November Recap: Turkeys, Trump and Tragedy

It will be Obama’s last White House Christmas.The Trump Diet.Whelp, congratulations on making it to the end…of November. Let’s take a quick glance back.

Pilgrim Point

Plymouth settlement. Burial Hill?In a news story with a release date that could not be more well-timed, archaeologists from the University of Massachusetts Boston claim to have discovered the original settlement of the Plymouth Pilgrims of 1620.

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