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Victims slowly identified in Canadian hockey team bus crash disaster; death toll rises to 15

By Fox News - Saturday, April 7, 2018 - Full Story

Report reaffirms PVC being the pipe material with the lowest break rates in Canada & U.S.A

By Infrastructure News - Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - Full Story

Old Letters to the editor

By News on the Net - Sunday, July 17, 2016 - Full Story

International law and the State of Israel

International law and the State of Israel
For thousands of years, nations came and went, pursuant to the rule, to the victor go the spoils. This included the right to rape the women, enslave the men, confiscate their wealth and rule the country as they saw fit.

By the beginning of the nineteenth century, this rule had changed considerably but the right of the victor to change borders and transfer populations of conquered countries was enshrined in international law.

By Ted Belman - Sunday, April 22, 2018 - Full Story

Valerie Jarrett’s Daughter Laura Now On The Get-Donald-Trump CNN Team

In political life, attorney generals sometimes “recuse”  themselves even when it leaves a knife in the back of a newly elected president. 

Valerie Jarrett’s Daughter Laura Now On The Get-Donald-Trump CNN Team
In March of 2017, Jeff Sessions recused himself from any investigation into the 2016 presidential election, including the so-called Russia probe, after the Washington Post reported he had met with Sergey KIslyak at least twice in 2016, contacts he was accused of failing to disclose during his heated confirmation hearing.

By Judi McLeod - Sunday, April 22, 2018 - Full Story

Trail Running Pike’s Peak With God

Trail Running Pike's Peak With God
I had all sorts of material available for a Sunday morning story. And I decided it was time for another personal piece about the author’s ongoing weird life. I am ecstatic to report that I have received several letters from people who follow my writing. I guess I can call them ‘followers’ - and they have informed me that I have a following!

By Dave Merrick - Sunday, April 22, 2018 - Full Story

The Need for Accountability

The Need for Accountability
When former President Barack Obama announced five days before he took his oath of office that he would be “fundamentally transforming the United States of America,” not many Americans understood what that meant.  However, it soon became very clear.  His declaration to fundamentally change America was both un-American and anti-Western, as well as pro-Islam, pro-Iranian and pro-Muslim Brotherhood.  In short, it was treason!

By James A. Lyons, Jr. Admiral, USN (ret) - Sunday, April 22, 2018 - Full Story

Today’s classroom puts politics first, education last

Today’s classroom puts politics first, education last
If you’ve ever been marginalized by progressives for your conservative views, for your anti-communist teaching philosophy and other divergent opinions, you were not alone. 

If you’ve worked in highly progressive academic environments and were not re-hired as adjunct, granted tenure, or were not even considered for tenure unless you belonged to organizations such as the NEA, AFT, or other Democrat-supporting organizations, you were not alone.

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh - Sunday, April 22, 2018 - Full Story

Climate adaptation, reparation and restoration

Climate adaptation, reparation and restoration
This Earth Day (April 22) we need to ask whether environmentalism has gone completely bonkers.

Back in the 1970s, I skied Colorado’s cross-country and downhill slopes pretty regularly. Some years were incredible: many feet of snow as glorious to behold as to ski on. Other years, like 1977, I’d come around a bend on my XC skis, see nothing but rock in front of me, and just ditch.

By Paul Driessen - Sunday, April 22, 2018 - Full Story

Throwing a political hand-grenade

By Guest Column - Sunday, April 22, 2018 - Full Story

Waffle House shooting leaves 4 dead, several injured; gunman sought


Arab Summit helps Trump break Jordan-PLO-Israel impasse

Arab Summit helps Trump break Jordan-PLO-Israel impasse

The 29th Arab Summit - concluded in Dhahran on 15 April - has presented President Trump with a wonderful opportunity to circumvent the Palestine Liberation Organisation’s (PLO) refusal to consider Trump’s eagerly-awaited proposals to end the Arab-Jewish conflict.

By David Singer - Sunday, April 22, 2018 - Full Story

A Nutty Professor Strikes Again

A Nutty Professor Strikes Again
It happened again this week, another university professor was exposed as an unhinged liberal, filled with uncontrollable rage.

By Jeff Crouere - Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Full Story

Bowl Cut Jr.: Hey, no problem, we’ll give up our nukes

Bowl Cut Jr.: Hey, no problem, we’ll give up our nukesWell that was easy.

A little too easy, you think?

Yeah. Me too.

By Dan Calabrese - Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Full Story

Starbucks groveling goes to a whole new level: Feel free to loiter and not buy anything, everyone!

Starbucks groveling goes to a whole new level: Feel free to loiter and not buy anything, everyone!
Either they did not think this through at all, or they didn’t bother asking their store-level employees how it would work in practice.

It won’t work well. But when you’ve unnecessarily plead guilty to being monsters, I guess you have to promise the sun and the moon to make amends. So if you frequent Starbucks, and you find it difficult enough to find a place to sit among paying customers, get ready for this:

STARBUCKS

By Dan Calabrese - Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Full Story

The Last Cowboy At Pine Creek Ranch

The Last Cowboy At Pine Creek Ranch
Wayne Hage, Sr was a friend of mine, as was his second wife, the late Congresswoman Helen Chenoweth. Both were courageous leaders in the battle to save private property from the tyranny of government takings.

By Tom Deweese - Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Full Story

Mark Levin: ‘The Democrat Party just made a massive mistake’  (Audio)

By News on the Net -- Liberty Bugle- Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Full Story

DNC: Fundraising woes tied to 2016 conspiracy

By Washington Times - Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Full Story

The New Slave Industry

The New Slave Industry
The antebellum South saw a great rise in the agriculture industry. This profitable commerce needed a labor force for working the fields, cooking and serving the meals, and for general labor. Slaves from Africa bore most of the burden, but slaves from countries like Ireland were also used. Irish slaves came to America and the West Indies as early as 1625 when James II sold 30,000 Irish prisoners as slaves to the New World. It is estimated that approximately 100,000 Irish men, women, and children were transported to the colonies as slaves.

By Ray DiLorenzo - Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Full Story

Soros’s Open Society Foundations Announces Exit from Hungary

By Breitbart News - Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Full Story