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Hong Kong Protesters Gather On Thanksgiving After Trump Signs Pro-Democracy Legislation

Hong Kong Protesters Gather On Thanksgiving After Trump Signs Pro-Democracy Legislation

  AMBER ATHEY WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT . Pro-democracy protesters gathered in Hong Kong on Thanksgiving to show their gratitude to President Donald Trump after he signed legislation in their favor. Trump signed two bills into law on Wednesday that provide support for the protesters in Hong Kong and threaten economic consequences against China. On Thursday, demonstrators showed their appreciation to […]

Trump Makes Surprise Visit To Troops In Afghanistan On Thanksgiving

Trump Makes Surprise Visit To Troops In Afghanistan On Thanksgiving

  AMBER ATHEY WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT . President Donald Trump made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Thanksgiving, serving a turkey dinner to the American troops stationed overseas. The trip comes about one year after he made a similar unannounced visit to service-members in Iraq, his first to an active war zone. The president was previously […]

I left my appetite in San Francisco

I left my appetite in San Francisco

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   This year San Francisco’s Mayor London Breed kick started the Holiday season by banning the sale of Turkey dinners in restaurants on Thanksgiving Day.  Naturally charitable organizations such as Glide Memorial or St Anthony’s, who serve free food to the poor, were exempted from the new regulations.  […]

City of Oxnard Office Closures and Reminders for Thanksgiving Holiday

City of Oxnard Office Closures and Reminders for Thanksgiving Holiday

OXNARD, Calif. – Residents and businesses are reminded that City Hall and many City departments will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 27 through Friday, Nov. 29 and will return to regular office hours on Monday, Dec. 2. Police and Fire department personnel will be on duty to provide patrol, fire, paramedic and other emergency services for […]

Here’s How Christianity Gave America Thanksgiving

Here’s How Christianity Gave America Thanksgiving

  JOSHUA GILL RELIGION REPORTER Thanksgiving, though perceived today as a general American celebration of abundance, is a distinctly Christian observance with divergent roots in both Catholicism and Calvinist separatism. Families of different creeds and worldviews will gather Thursday over indulgent feasts across the U.S. to celebrate familial bonds and the provisions for which they […]

AAA: More Than 55 Million Travelers Taking to the Roads and Skies this Thanksgiving

AAA: More Than 55 Million Travelers Taking to the Roads and Skies this Thanksgiving

More than 55 million travelers are making plans to kick off the holiday season with a trip of 50 miles or more away from home this Thanksgiving. This will be the second-highest Thanksgiving travel volume since AAA began tracking in 2000, trailing only the record set in 2005. Overall, an additional 1.6 million more people […]

My Mother’s Turkey with Stuffing–easiest holiday recipe ever!

My Mother’s Turkey with Stuffing–easiest holiday recipe ever!

    My mother couldn’t cook.  Everyone in the family knew it, and most of the neighborhood kids, who made every effort to avoid eating at our house.  But the one thing that lady could make was Thanksgiving turkey.  Now her recipe is just as easy as when she devised a way to cheat fate […]

Thanksgiving Interfaith Service

Thanksgiving Interfaith Service

The Santa Paula Ministerial Association (SPMA) will be sponsoring a Thanksgiving Potluck and Interfaith Thanksgiving worship service for our community on Monday, November 25, 2019 at St. Paul’s Episcopal and Lutheran Church, 117 N 7th Street, Santa Paula. The Potluck begins at 6:00 PM and the Service will be held at 7:00 PM.   The […]

Conejo Valley YMCA’s 15th Annual “Turkey Day Dash” on Thanksgiving Morning

Conejo Valley YMCA’s 15th Annual “Turkey Day Dash” on Thanksgiving Morning

Thousand Oaks, Calif.–The Conejo Valley YMCA is hosting its 15th annual Turkey Day Dash on Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, November 28. The 5K run/walk and 1K family fun run/walk is held at California Lutheran University (60 West Olsen Rd., Thousand Oaks). The length of the races are short enough so everyone can get an early morning […]

Abolish Thanksgiving

Abolish Thanksgiving

  by Richard Eber Things have become so politically correct that progressives are trying to change traditional red, white, and blue holiday’s to conform to their enlightened views.  Several years ago they were able in some regions to abolish Columbus Day and change it to Indigenous People’s Day. The Italian Explorer, who is credited with […]

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