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Judge Jeanine Pirro: ‘There’s A Plot To Remake America’

Judge Jeanine Pirro: ‘There’s A Plot To Remake America’

STEPHANIE HAMILL VIDEO COLUMNIST Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro believes there’s a “plot to remake America,” which is the theme of her new book “Radical, Resistance and Revenge.” Pirro told the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill that she’s very concerned about the direction that America is going. “You can see everything is upside down: the Constitution, […]

The American Dream Series #2: USSR to USA!

The American Dream Series #2: USSR to USA!

    By Lisa  Vartanian The date was January 20th 1981. As President to be Ronald Reagan held his hand on his mother’s bible to become the 40th President of the free world, my family and I were in Moscow’s American Embassy to get the last of many clearances to immigrate to the United States […]

American and Delta agree to help each other’s stranded passengers again

American and Delta agree to help each other’s stranded passengers again

Ever heard the old saying, “Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these carriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds?” Don’t worry, the substitution of the word “carriers” for the original “couriers” in the Post Office’s unofficial motto was intentional.

A fatal disease is spreading among U.S. deer, but there may be a new way to detect it

A fatal disease is spreading among U.S. deer, but there may be a new way to detect it

Researchers claim it could aid Parkinson’s research, too. Chronic wasting disease takes years to kill deer, but it’s always terminal. Pixabay Human beings are generally okay with buck heads. We hang them on our walls, set bouquets on them and stick them in bowties.

The average American worker spent 9 whole days commuting last year

The average American worker spent 9 whole days commuting last year

Long commutes aren’t the most enjoyable parts of out lives — and unfortunately for most of us, the amount of time we spend on the road is going up each year. The Washington Post reports that the average American spent more than nine full days commuting to and from work in 2016, with the average […]

Otto Warmbier, American who was released in a coma by North Korea, dies

Otto Warmbier, American who was released in a coma by North Korea, dies

Otto Warmbier, the American student imprisoned by North Korea for 17 months and freed last week in a coma, died Monday afternoon, according to a statement by his family. The 22-year-old University of Virginia student died “surrounded by his loving family,” said the statement, which was signed by Warmbier’s parents, Fred and Cindy Warmbier, and […]

America First

America First

    By Leo G. Alvarez President Trump’s inaugural speech was probably not given a title by its author.  It obviously evolved, as do all speeches, first in thought then in words, then in edits.  And it is well that it did. It was made clear that there is great need to change the status […]

We Are Americans

We Are Americans

By Michael Greer You remember the “shoe bomber” Richard Reid, don’t you?  Did you know he has had a trial, been found guilty and sentenced?  Did the media cover the trial?  Do you know as much about him as you know about Jodi Arias?  I didn’t think so.  Why do you think that is? What […]

Donations Needed for City of Ventura American Flag Program

Donations Needed for City of Ventura American Flag Program

Muslim professor reaches out to VC community on Islamic-American relations, history

Muslim professor reaches out to VC community on Islamic-American relations, history

By George Miller Dr. Amir Hussain, a Pakistan-born Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University, reached out to the Ventura County community. His presentation on 4-16-16 at the Unitarian Fellowship in Newbury Park was “Islam and the building of America.”  His handout is included here: “Islam and Muslims in America” (read text and notes below or download: […]

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