Drinkable sunscreen, honest grocery stores and praising plastic surgery + this day in history w/the McMartin Preschool indictments and our song of the day by Dude York on your Morning Monarchy for March 22, 2017.
from allhiphop.com: In an ironic turn of events, the initially credited producer of Rick Ross and Jay Z’s collaboration “Devil Is A Lie” has been accused of stealing the beat from another producer. KE On
from abcnews.go.com: The Volusia County, Fla., Sheriff’s Office said it received a call on Dec. 8 about a stolen vehicle, according to a police report. While the Freightliner Cascadia is valued at about $90,000 and
from arstechnica.com: A company billing itself as one of Europe’s biggest Bitcoin exchanges said it suffered a coordinated attack that succeeded in stealing almost $1 million worth of the digital currency, marking the latest in
from rawstory.com: A German court Tuesday sentenced a former NATO employee to seven years in jail for spying after the IT expert copied secret data in order to sell it to a foreign intelligence service.
Annie’s Leaps in IPO As Investors Clamor for Mac And Cheese* Solera Capital-backed Annie’s raises $95m through IPO* US Suspends Food Aid to N. Korea Over Missile Plans* Study: Disorientation from pesticides a clue to
on thursday nights, media monarchy joins corbett report radio live on republic broadcasting to go over all the latest stories from the world of food, environment and health … this week we go over robot
from smh: Companies that collect used cooking grease from US restaurants have turned to all forms of sleuthing in recent years. Private investigators. Surveillance cameras. And still containers full of used fryer oil are slipping
army seeks ‘perfect’ radio, creates boondoggle* US soldiers confined to base over missing equipment* military reveals revolutionary pilotless cargo drone that can deliver supplies to territories plagued by roadside bombs* skynet: 1 in 3 US
from nytimes: To an enterprising thief, or even a casual dabbler in crime, the fallen pecans that cover thousands of acres of unpatrolled Georgia nut orchards might as well be a carpet of nickels. Scoop