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Archeologists in Jerusalem Unearth Pottery Juglet Containing 1,000-Year-Old Gold Coins

Archeologists in Jerusalem Unearth Pottery Juglet Containing 1,000-Year-Old Gold Coins

BY EMG INSPIRED STAFF An ancient and valuable find was unearthed by archeologists during excavations in Jerusalem in October when they discovered a juglet (small pottery jar) containing a hidden treasure: four 1,000-year-old gold coins. The extraordinary find, announced by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA), was part of the Jewish Quarter Development Corporation’s plan to make the Western Wall Plaza […]

2020 Holiday Gift Guide: The Edible Edition

2020 Holiday Gift Guide: The Edible Edition

BY CRYSTAL SHI Food is always a welcome gift, but perhaps especially so this year, as we’re cooking, baking, and seeking out little comforts and joys more than ever before.  As you’re shopping for gifts this season, consider giving small American businesses your support. From California olive oil to Vermont cheddar, here are some of our best edible […]

Video | 2020 Christmas Decorations at the White House

Video | 2020 Christmas Decorations at the White House

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Newborn Abandoned in a Shoebox at a Train Station Grows Up to Become an Adoption Advocate

Newborn Abandoned in a Shoebox at a Train Station Grows Up to Become an Adoption Advocate

BY LOUISE BEVAN A newborn baby girl was abandoned in a shoebox at a train station in China a day after her birth with her umbilical cord still attached. However, growing with the support that she needed to thrive, now 18 years later, she has become an advocate for adoption. Born on Oct. 28, 2002, and weighing only 3 […]

Why We Fight Government Unions

Why We Fight Government Unions

    By Edward Ring The California Policy Center, established in 2013, exists to expose and undermine the destructive power of government unions. Most Californians still don’t understand the threat these unions represent to the integrity of our democracy, the agenda of our politicians, and the solvency of our public institutions. Government unions, sometimes also referred […]

The Biggest Disclosures In Michael Flynn’s Case

The Biggest Disclosures In Michael Flynn’s Case

CHUCK ROSS INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER . Michael Flynn’s decision in January to withdraw his guilty plea in the special counsel’s investigation set into motion a series of disclosures that cast new light on the FBI investigation of the retired Army general.  President Donald Trump pardoned Flynn on Wednesday, asserting that the FBI should have never investigated his […]

Woman Takes US Navy Exam Between Chemo Rounds, Gets Selected as a Chief Petty Officer

Woman Takes US Navy Exam Between Chemo Rounds, Gets Selected as a Chief Petty Officer

BY LOUISE BEVAN Kayla and Grayson Rogers met through country music. The two fell in love and tied the knot, but then Kayla was blindsided by a breast cancer diagnosis last year. Harnessing immense strength and her faith in God to light the way ahead, Kayla, an E-6 in the Navy, forged ahead with chemotherapy, along with […]

Off the grid Thanksgiving

Off the grid Thanksgiving

      By Richard Eber For those Jack Fliehmann serves, Thanksgiving comes each day. Almost like clockwork he shows up at local homeless encampments at 5:00 AM sharp with a two-gallon steaming pot of oatmeal, a banana, water bottle, and juice for the 70 to 100 folks he serves on a regular basis. Later […]

Shopper Pays for Elderly Man’s Groceries Who Forgot Wallet–Even After Cutting in Line

Shopper Pays for Elderly Man’s Groceries Who Forgot Wallet–Even After Cutting in Line

BY JENNI JULANDER An Arizona man has caught the internet’s attention for paying for an elderly man’s groceries at a supermarket—even after that man had rudely cut in front of him in line. It can be easy to become irritated when someone jumps ahead of you in line. But for Danny Pineda, a Peoria local […]

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 […]

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