Tuesday, May 27, 2014


Sunday Show 5/25/14

First edible insect farm opens in the USA
TWITCHING mass of European house crickets clings to a maze of meshed cardboard in a tent about the size of a minivan. They are inside their new home, an abandoned warehouse in Youngstown, Ohio, where they will prosper until being killed, ground into "flour" and baked into cookies and tortilla chips.

Oklahoma rejects Common Core
Oklahoma lawmakers voted late Friday to repeal Common Core math and English standards for its schools, sending a bill to Gov. Mary Fallin's desk in hopes of replacing them with standards developed by the state.

Bodies of 28 Veterans at LA County Morgue will finally receive proper burials
The bodies of 28 veterans at the L.A. County Morgue were finally moved Friday for burial to the Riverside National Cemetery.

National Monuments and the Antiquities Act
by the Congressional Research Service

Lab grown meat cost is biggest turn off
Imagine a day when hamburgers grown from stem cells in a factory provide enough meat for an entire village. Such a future is within reach, some experts say. The technology needed to grow meat in a lab already exists, and represents a greener and more ethical form of production than current methods. http://www.livescience.com/45827-lab-grown-meat-cost-biggest-turn-off.html