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Latest American News

- Dec 21, 2014
Man aimed empty gun in cop’s face, pulled trigger: officials | Florida police officer shot dead; suspect in custody | US reportedly asks China to help curb N Korea's cyberattack | Bernard Kerik: De Blasio, Sharpton 'Have Blood on Their Hands' |

Helter Skelter amid a perfect storm

- Dec 21, 2014
Meanwhile, the dry tinder lining the streets of America is about to be set aflame. And that tinder is in your neighborhood, on your street, and surrounds your property. You will not escape the conflagration if you aren’t prepared.

Mindless hatred of cops just helped get two of them murdered

- Dec 21, 2014

Wrench and Socket—Via Email

- Dec 21, 2014
3D printer at the international space station

Preliminary injunction hearing Monday regarding President Obama’s immigration executive order

- Dec 21, 2014
"President Obama cannot end-run Congress based on his own "emperor-like" actions

Future Israeli Strikes in Syria: Shifting Dynamics?

- Dec 21, 2014
As Reflected in Syrian Discourse on the Social Media

President Obama obfuscating the truth

- Dec 21, 2014
Executive Orders or Memoranda?

Video: Cops’ frantic bid to save their executed brothers

- Dec 21, 2014
A dramatic cell-phone video capture the chaotic moments after two Brooklyn cops were gunned down in cold blood on Saturday

Love and respect for the Blue Line trump the laughter and clapping in Brooklyn

- Dec 21, 2014
Unbridled racial discord fueled by bogus civil rights leaders and politicians in office is putting the lives of those whose job it is to protect the public at risk.

Officers Down in Brooklyn

- Dec 21, 2014
Tragic to know that it will soon be Christmas for most everyone else but not for the families of Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, who, along with justice, will need everyone’s most fervent prayers.

The Cold War Cuban Detritus

- Dec 21, 2014
Ten percent of the population, have fled Cuba, many of whom found a new home in America. When that many people wanted to leave, it tells you something is terribly wrong with life in Cuba

Bill Whittle: We’re Number Two

- Dec 21, 2014
China overtook the United States as the largest Economy in the World

Microbes Are Everywhere

- Dec 20, 2014
Dirty Flthy Money, A Sneeze, and Eco-friendly reusable shopping bags

Obama; From Hollywood hero to zero?

- Dec 20, 2014
The Interview, Sony Pictures

Two NYPD Officers Assassinated!

- Dec 20, 2014
As this inflammatory episode unfolds, folks comfortable chanting, ” What do we want?! Dead cops! ” may find much less tolerate reception nationally in the wake of this assassination of two NYPD officers!

A Day in Infamy - Barack Obama’s Cuban Pact

- Dec 20, 2014
I consider Obama's renewed relations with the communist island as one of the most despicable political acts I have ever been a witness to. Inherent evil of Barack Obama and his administration

Latest News on China

- Dec 20, 2014
Chinese view Canadian naval spy charges with amusement, skepticism | US Official: North Korea Hacked Sony And 'Chinese Actors' May Have Helped | Terry Glavin: Let’s be honest about our new best buddies in Beijing|

Message response to “I’m-not-done” Obama: Neither is the USA!

- Dec 20, 2014
Earth to both Obama dime-a-dozen activists: You’re not done? Neither is the United States of America!

Obama, Stuxnet, and the Sony Hack

- Dec 20, 2014
The problem with cyber warfare is there are ultimately no winners; the weapons change but the battle will not end

An Airhead’s Tree

- Dec 20, 2014
What exactly is a holiday tree?

New policy on Cuba

- Dec 20, 2014
The fact that Cuban Americans are rallying against the new relationship is telling

Video: Top ISIS leaders reportedly killed in airstrikes

- Dec 20, 2014
John Huddy reports on fight against terrorists

All Lives Matter!

- Dec 20, 2014
Black folks don’t have the market cornered on human suffering. Our history should make us the first ones to denounce harm which befalls fellow Americans, regardless of pigmentation

Latest News On ISIS and Radical Islam

- Dec 20, 2014
ISIS reportedly selling Christian artifacts, turning churches into torture chambers | New Cash Cow for ISIS: Trafficking Human Organs from Kidnapped Captives |

Latest World News

- Dec 20, 2014
Castro Thanks the U.S. in a Speech but Reaffirms Communist Rule in Cuba | Canada's average gas price lowest since 2010 | Sydney Siege: Pregnant Woman Pays Tribute to Friend Who Died Protecting Her Baby |

Saving Comrade Castro

- Dec 20, 2014
Obama’s Bailout for Communist Dictators

George Clooney supports President who caves to dictators - Is outraged that Hollywood caves to dicta

- Dec 20, 2014
Hollywood Hypocrisy

Video: ‘Year of the emperor’ for Obama?

- Dec 20, 2014
Reviewing president's unilateral actions

Nativity Scene will Remain in Franklin County, Indiana this Christmas

- Dec 19, 2014
Thomas More Society Reaches Temporary Agreement with ACLU of Indiana

Journalism Educator “Hates” Republicans and Loves Marxism

- Dec 19, 2014
Thank you Ms. Douglas for telling us openly what we always suspected to be the case. Thank you for alerting us to the Marxist revolutionaries in positions of power in journalism and academia.

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