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Navy Engineers Modify Toys for Kids with Special Needs

Navy Engineers Modify Toys for Kids with Special Needs

Watching a toy come to life when it’s turned on is a delight for any child. But for kids with developmental disabilities, something as simple as pressing a button to activate a toy can be an impossible challenge. Toys designed for children with disabilities are available, but can be prohibitively expensive. That’s why Dwire School […]

California ‘Crazy Cat Lady’ Shares Her Home With 1,100 Feral Felines, Finds New Homes for Them

California ‘Crazy Cat Lady’ Shares Her Home With 1,100 Feral Felines, Finds New Homes for Them

BY LOUISE BEVAN Lynea Lattanzio sold her 1973 Mercedes and her two-karat diamond wedding ring to start a cat shelter at her California home in the early 1990s. Today, she lives with approximately 1,100 cats, employs 45 full-time volunteers, and has an annual upkeep bill in the millions. “I’m gonna say that I’m at the top of the […]

Cowboy Shocked to See Wild Mustangs in Captivity, Dedicates 11,000 Acres to Wild Horse Sanctuary

Cowboy Shocked to See Wild Mustangs in Captivity, Dedicates 11,000 Acres to Wild Horse Sanctuary

BY LOUISE BEVAN   He fought the government, his neighbors, everybody. The “he” in question was Dayton O. Hyde, a true American cowboy with a passion to help horses in an inhumane situation. Also an author and nature conservationist, Hyde founded Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary in South Dakota, and the 500 wild horse residents it boasts today owe their existence to […]

Project Veritas Insider Honored with Impact Award

Project Veritas Insider Honored with Impact Award

Earlier this year, our brave Insider Eric Cochran went public and exposed Pinterest’s agenda to censor pro-life content and Bible verses. Yesterday, Eric walked off the stage to a standing ovation after being recognized at the 3rd Annual Impact Awards in Washington, D.C. hosted by Ginni Thomas, United For Purpose. Instead of soaking in the […]

Patriotic Mailman Cleans Hundreds of Veterans’ Headstones in Local Cemeteries on His Days Off

Patriotic Mailman Cleans Hundreds of Veterans’ Headstones in Local Cemeteries on His Days Off

BY LOUISE BEVAN   A mailman from Jacksonville, Florida, is helping ensure that more people can acknowledge the service and sacrifice of the United States troops; he spends his free time cleaning veterans’ headstones in local cemeteries. Sixty-year-old Army veteran Clarence Hollowell, who comes from a military family, works six days a week delivering mail for the Jacksonville Beach […]

Exclusive Video: An Inside Look At Melania Trump’s 2019 White House Christmas Decorations

Exclusive Video: An Inside Look At Melania Trump’s 2019 White House Christmas Decorations

  AMBER ATHEY WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT . First lady Melania Trump unveiled the 2019 Christmas decorations at the White House on Sunday night, revealing the theme as the “The Spirit of America.” The decorations include nods to the troops, the 50 states of America, past presidents, and other aspects of American history. “It is with great joy […]

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation, 3 October 1789

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation, 3 October 1789

Thanksgiving Proclamation [New York, 3 October 1789] By the President of the United States of America. a Proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor—and whereas both Houses of […]

Oxnard Calvary hosts Ventura County Content of Character event

Oxnard Calvary hosts Ventura County Content of Character event

    By Michael Hernandez  OXNARD—Almost 150 attendees showed up at Oxnard Calvary on Saturday for the Ventura County Content of Character event sponsored by Dran Reese and the Salt and Light Council—a San Diego based ministry that informs and equips Christians to be biblical responsible citizens. Hosting the conference was Oxnard Calvary Senior Pastor […]

A Trooper Dreamt Of Changing Hearts And Minds About Law Enforcement. He Got His Wish

A Trooper Dreamt Of Changing Hearts And Minds About Law Enforcement. He Got His Wish

By HANNAH GROSSMAN CONTRIBUTOR . It was a mid-September evening in Cedar Park, a small town located in Austin, Texas. A cop-watcher named Phillip Turner stood with a camera rolling in hand while he observed something he found peculiar. The cop was laughing and chatting with the family he pulled over for quite some time. […]

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Walk Through Autumn

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Walk Through Autumn

For those of us who live in Ventura County this seasonal change brings the dreaded Santa Ana winds with its threat of wildfires and terrible carnage in their wake.  Yet in other parts of our beautiful country autumn wears a gentle glory to give us a reminder there is much to cherish as nature prepares […]

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