Tilly the missing spaniel is found… 153 miles away
By News on the Net--Daily Mail --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food
A quick dash for a rabbit turned into a two-week adventure for a spaniel cross that ended up 153 miles away.
It’s A Capital Break!
By David Powell --Vacation Resorts, Travel
Now is a good time to plan a short break to the UK and London. There’s so much to see and do in London and a visit can be perfect for all sorts of reasons ... sightseeing, shopping, visiting the museums and attractions, perhaps a West End show, to celebrate a special occasion or simply to get away and relax. For whatever reason your choice of hotel needs to be spot on and well situated. I stayed at the luxurious five star Capital Hotel in Knightsbridge, just one minute to Harrod’s and two to Harvey Nichols!
NIGERIA: Believers Killed as Villages Raided
By News on the Net --Christianity - Religion
Source: Release International
On May 27th, suspected Fulani militants raided a number of Christian villages in central Nigeria. Sources report that the assailants attacked 20 villages in the Agatu local government area of Benue State, killing more than 30 people. Many others fled to displacement camps in neighbouring Kogi State. Meanwhile, militants also attacked several villages in Dorowa, Plateau State. The Nigerian military reportedly responded to the attack but made no search or arrests.
Obama, We hear that your ISIS strategy has succeeded
By Dag Barkley --Cartoons
Is this Your Country?
By Jim Yardley --Cover Story
As we enter another election cycle for 2016, we will hear millions, if not billions of words coming out of the mouths of candidates and from thousands of politicians from every political subgroup. From Progressives, Socialists and Democrats to Republicans, Libertarians and Tea Partiers.
Palestine - Netanyahu Goes For Gold In Shoot-Off With Obama
By David Singer --Cover Story
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s appointment of former United Nations ambassador Dore Gold to head up Israel’s Foreign Ministry - ensures that Israel will be confronting President Obama as he continues attempting to deviate from the commitments made to Israel by his predecessor President Bush in a letter dated 14 April to former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (Bush Commitments).
A Teachable Moment for America’s Flawed Constitutional Scholar!
By John Lillpop --American Politics
After nearly seven years of lawless disregard for the rule of law, including the US Constitution, the Congress, and the overall will of the American people, it appears to have finally dawned on Barack Hussein Obama that even the smartest outlaw in town must eventually heel to the law.
And so it is that a profound Teachable Moment lurks at Obama’s feet in the Oval Office, in readiness to counter all the pious, self-righteous malarkey about doing the “right thing,” which The One has repeatedly used to justify presidential tyranny.
The real climate threat to our national security
By Ron Arnold --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
President Obama had it all wrong in his recent commencement address at the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. He warned that climate change “deniers” endanger our national security—insisting that denial “undermines the readiness of our forces.”
Federal Court Denies Admin. Stay In DC Concealed Carry Case
By Second Amendment Foundation --Gun Control - Second Amendment
BELLEVUE, WA – The federal district court judge handling the Second Amendment Foundation’s challenge to the District of Columbia’s “good reason” concealed carry permit requirement has denied the city’s request for an immediate administrative stay of his ruling last week granting a preliminary injunction against further enforcement of the requirement. The District is also seeking a stay pending appeal.
It’s time to shut down campus shouter-downers
By Guest Column--Donald A. Downs --American Life, History, Education
MADISON, Wisconsin—With increasing frequency, especially on college campuses, speakers presenting unpopular views—or views unpopular with a vocal minority of the audience—are being disrupted or “shouted down” until they leave the stage. This has happened at my own campus and many others.
Examining Trans Pacific Partnership
By Douglas V. Gibbs --Cover Story
On Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs on May 23, 2015, over KMET 1490AM, the topic of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement moseyed its way into the arena of discussion. During the conversation a rare instance in the many year history of the radio program, and on the Political Pistachio blogsite for that matter, emerged where JASmius (my longtime co-host, staff writer, and dear friend) and I disagreed.
Six children drown after jumping in to a reservoir in a desperate bid to cool down
By News on the Net--Daily Mail
Six children have drowned in India after jumping into a huge reservoir in a desperate bid to cool down in the middle of a heatwave that has already claimed 1,400 lives.
Sex—Sex and more sex…Every day, Every way, Every One
By Dr. Laurie Roth --Cover Story
It appears the gift of ‘sex’ and sexuality has been forced over a cliff and shattered into a thousand pieces of broken and perverted expression. Experts are everywhere and those who demand to change our legal, religious, educational and political core. We must become another creature…void of Godly morals, laced with experimental sexual drives and controlled by feelings, Government and liberal agendas. “Act out, do it again and we will treat your diseases.”
“Switch to Mitch” Better Than “Stand with Rand”
By Cliff Kincaid --American Politics
A new report on the damage done by Edward Snowden’s illegal leaks of classified information says terrorists now “better understand the scope and scale of Western intelligence capacity” and have altered the way they communicate about their plans to attack the United States and its allies. “By revealing information concerning intelligence-gathering techniques, Snowden has polluted ongoing operations” to catch terrorists, states the new report from the Henry Jackson Society.
Travel feature: East Sussex
By Tim Saunders --Vacation Resorts, Travel
Of the 100 or so castles in England, more than 30 are in the South East.