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Questions We’re Often Asked: Walnut Allopathy

Questions We're Often Asked: Walnut Allopathy
Walnut trees are wonderful—so long as they aren’t pounding people or their vehicles. Or preventing gardeners from growing prized plants in their proximity.

By Wes Porter - Sunday, July 15, 2018 - Full Story

The Quick and the Dead a number one 4K disc with a bullet

The Quick and the Dead a number one 4K disc with a bullet
Sam Raimi’s The Quick and the Dead is an interesting yarn featuring some tight writing and fine performances from an ensemble of very good thespians. It also sports a really good 4K HDR transfer that makes it even better.


The Meaning of The Book of Revelation

The Meaning of The Book of Revelation
A twisted mess of conflicting desires.  We want what we want until we get it,  then we wonder why we wanted it to begin with. So often the wanting is much more fulfilling than the getting because the having is always transitory and the losing is inevitable.

By Dr. Robert R. Owens - Friday, July 13, 2018 - Full Story

Watch: Why stinky cheeses stink

Watch: Why stinky cheeses stink

By American Chemical Society - Thursday, July 12, 2018 - Full Story

The Day Frantic Frankie Fay Flew

The Day Frantic Frankie Fay Flew
Sometimes, a well-intentioned plan to provide enjoyment for others leads to an experience one soon wants to forget. Such was the day when this old pilot and Frankie Fay flew.


A Kick in the Ash

A Kick in the Ash
Fraxinus are threatened with extinction. North American species are under attack by an invasive East Asian beetle. In Europe, native ash is being decimate by a fungus, also apparently from the East. Despite dire and increasingly ominous warnings, most people seem entirely oblivious to these threats.


American Independence Won In The South

American Independence Won In The South
In snow ‘shoe-mouth deep’ they came that 27th day of September 1780, a long column of mounted riflemen full of wrath and anger. The long slender rifles of the frontier (aka Flintlock American Long Rifle, Pennsylvania Rifle, Kentucky Rifle) were balanced across their saddles and knives strapped on their belts.

By James W. King - Wednesday, July 4, 2018 - Full Story

2000-year-old pottery vessels salvaged from cliff in Israel

2000-year-old pottery vessels salvaged from cliff in Israel
Pottery vessels dating back to over 2000 years ago were salvaged over the weekend during a complex rappelling operation from a cave on a cliff along the Lebanon border.

By ISRAEL21c - Wednesday, July 4, 2018 - Full Story

Limbani the chimpanzee shrieks with joy, leaps into arms of human ‘foster parents’ when they reunite

Limbani the chimpanzee shrieks with joy, leaps into arms of human 'foster parents' when they reunite
This lovable chimpanzee could not hide his excitement after he was reunited with the two human parents who raised him after he was left to die by his mother.

By Daily Mail - Tuesday, July 3, 2018 - Full Story

President Trump Crashed Another New Jersey Wedding, Delights Excited Crowd

President Trump Crashed Another New Jersey Wedding, Delights Excited Crowd

By News on the Net -- Daily Caller- Monday, July 2, 2018 - Full Story

Hosta to Replace Romaine Lettuce

Hosta to Replace Romaine Lettuce
A rope placed around the garden will keep out snakes or in warm climes, planting lemon grass, Cymbogon, will achieve the same. Forget it—neither work. Nor will placing plastic jugs of water keep dogs off lawns or sprinkling sugar or baking soda on the soil produce sweet tomatoes.


Deaf puppy in Alabama saved from 50-foot hole after 30-hour rescue effort

Deaf puppy in Alabama saved from 50-foot hole after 30-hour rescue effort

By Fox News - Saturday, June 30, 2018 - Full Story

The Peanut Lady’s Paradise

The Peanut Lady’s Paradise

“He was such good man,” the tiny Oriental woman said in tortured English as she handed me a bag of peanuts. A solitary tear coursed down her leathery, grieving face. “One minute we talk, next minute he fall dead.”

By Jimmy Reed - Friday, June 29, 2018 - Full Story

Why is More Important Than How

Why is More Important Than How
Does the immensity of creation ever overwhelm you?  Does the fact that when you lay your hand on the cold hard surface of a table there is actually more space than matter in the table numb your mind?

By Dr. Robert R. Owens - Thursday, June 28, 2018 - Full Story

Watch: Decatur Marines surprise mom after more than 2 years away

Watch: Decatur Marines surprise mom after more than 2 years away

By News on the Net -- Herald Review- Thursday, June 28, 2018 - Full Story

Watch: Surströmming: The secrets of this stinky Swedish fish

Watch: Surströmming: The secrets of this stinky Swedish fish

It has been called the smelliest food in the world. But surströmming — Swedish for “sour herring” — is beloved in Sweden as a summer treat.

By American Chemical Society - Wednesday, June 27, 2018 - Full Story

Elephant paints amazing pictures with trunk

Elephant paints amazing pictures with trunk
This talented 10-year-old elephant started painting when he was only one year old. A year later, its work was already being exhibited at the Chiba Zoological Park in Japan

By News on the Net - Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - Full Story

Dog performs CPR on ‘collapsed’ officer in adorable video shared by police in Madrid

Dog performs CPR on 'collapsed' officer in adorable video shared by police in Madrid

The video of Poncho the police dog performing CPR and doing mouth-to-mouth on his officer has gone viral

By News on the Net - Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - Full Story

God Has No Opinion and His Children are not Bigots


Because God is the ultimate authority on all things and is the law giver, he has no opinions whatsoever. When he says something, it is established forever.

Men are fickle and believe that morality depends on the shifting sands of relative thinking and trends of the day.

By Rev. Michael Bresciani - Monday, June 25, 2018 - Full Story

Acorns, Deer, Mice and Lyme Disease: Tick This

TICKS, Lyme disease
Juliet Rose, from Harrow, UK, is 25 years old, weighs just 70-pounds, is confined to a wheelchair and can no longer eat solid food because of her Lyme disease. She believes she has harboured the infection, spread by ticks, since childhood. Juliet has not long to live.

By Wes Porter - Saturday, June 23, 2018 - Full Story