• BERETTA TO MARYLAND: CIAO
  • Italian Government Secures Ibrahim’s Freedom [video]
  • Obamacare Turmoil- Appeals Courts Split on Who Pays the Bill
  • Pregnant Woman in labor can’t cross street- Obama in the way [video]
  • The Genocide of Christians in Iraq
  • Tennessee meth addict first charged in contested drug law
  • Charity hurts – the price of “helping”
  • BERETTA TO MARYLAND: CIAO

    BERETTA TO MARYLAND: CIAO

    Citing Maryland’s recently enacted firearm laws and the prospect of more restrictions, the U.S. arm of legendary Italian gun maker Beretta announced Tuesday that it would move its manufacturing operations to Tennessee next year. The move makes Beretta the latest maker of guns or ammunition to move all or part...

  • Italian Government Secures Ibrahim’s Freedom [video]

    Italian Government Secures Ibrahim’s Freedom [video]

    Through negotiations between the Italian government, the Vatican and Sudanese authorities, Meriam Ibrahim and her children have finally been granted their freedom. On Thursday, images were captured of Ibrahim and her children stepping off of a government jet in Italy accompanied by Italy’s Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, Lapo Pistelli. Earlier, Pistelli had...

  • Obamacare Turmoil- Appeals Courts Split on Who Pays the Bill

    Obamacare Turmoil- Appeals Courts Split on Who Pays the Bill

    Another day, another controversy sparked by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). On July 22nd, The Washington Post reported on the findings of two federal courts with a story headlined, “Federal appeals courts issue contradictory rulings on health-law subsidies”. According to the article, “A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals...

  • Pregnant Woman in labor can’t cross street- Obama in the way [video]

    Pregnant Woman in labor can’t cross street- Obama in the way [video]

    Los Angeles, California: The President flew into Los Angeles yesterday, hopped in his motorcade,  which proceeded to block  a pregnant woman from crossing the street to the hospital…while she was in labor. When a man asked a police Sergeant what was going to happen with the woman, he said that they would...

  • The Genocide of Christians in Iraq

    The Genocide of Christians in Iraq

    Iraq was once home to some of the oldest Christian communities on earth. But thanks to ISIS, Christians are becoming an endangered species – as the jihadists tell them to leave, pay jizya tax, or die. From Homs to Mosul, Christians are being forced to flee. The Iraqi town of Mosul,  the plains of Nineveh...

  • Tennessee meth addict first charged in contested drug law

    Tennessee meth addict first charged in contested drug law

    Monroe County in Tennessee is a beautiful place to live and people are always willing to help one another. It is also the largest county in the state. The issue is that Tennessee is ravaged by meth, with most estimates that the state is the hardest hit. Monroe County is...

  • Charity hurts – the price of “helping”

    Charity hurts – the price of “helping”

    Grandma Reid always told me, “Carrie, charity begins at home.” I heard that phrase again and again and never really questioned it, or thought it through. Hearing it continually as a child prompted me to take it for face value . . . almost robotically. In this changing America, I can...

 

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Sex on the Beach – More than a Cocktail

Sex on the Beach – More than a Cocktail

On Sunday, a young couple decided to enjoy the sun and sand on Cortez Beach in Bradenton, Florida. And enjoy they did. In front of other beach goers, including several small children, the couple put on a marathon public ‘Sex On the Beach’ demonstration. Grandma Grabs Her Video Camera There...

 
 

BERETTA TO MARYLAND: CIAO

BERETTA TO MARYLAND: CIAO

Citing Maryland’s recently enacted firearm laws and the prospect of more restrictions, the U.S. arm of legendary Italian gun maker Beretta announced Tuesday that it would move its manufacturing operations to Tennessee next year. The move makes Beretta the latest maker of guns or ammunition to move all or part...

 
 

Italian Government Secures Ibrahim’s Freedom [video]

Italian Government Secures Ibrahim’s Freedom [video]

Through negotiations between the Italian government, the Vatican and Sudanese authorities, Meriam Ibrahim and her children have finally been granted their freedom. On Thursday, images were captured of Ibrahim and her children stepping off of a government jet in Italy accompanied by Italy’s Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, Lapo Pistelli. Earlier, Pistelli had...

 
 

Obamacare Turmoil- Appeals Courts Split on Who Pays the Bill

Obamacare Turmoil- Appeals Courts Split on Who Pays the Bill

Another day, another controversy sparked by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). On July 22nd, The Washington Post reported on the findings of two federal courts with a story headlined, “Federal appeals courts issue contradictory rulings on health-law subsidies”. According to the article, “A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals...

 
 

Pregnant Woman in labor can’t cross street- Obama in the way [video]

Pregnant Woman in labor can’t cross street- Obama in the way [video]

Los Angeles, California: The President flew into Los Angeles yesterday, hopped in his motorcade,  which proceeded to block  a pregnant woman from crossing the street to the hospital…while she was in labor. When a man asked a police Sergeant what was going to happen with the woman, he said that they would...

 
 

The Genocide of Christians in Iraq

The Genocide of Christians in Iraq

Iraq was once home to some of the oldest Christian communities on earth. But thanks to ISIS, Christians are becoming an endangered species – as the jihadists tell them to leave, pay jizya tax, or die. From Homs to Mosul, Christians are being forced to flee. The Iraqi town of Mosul,  the plains of Nineveh...

 
 

Tennessee meth addict first charged in contested drug law

Tennessee meth addict first charged in contested drug law

Monroe County in Tennessee is a beautiful place to live and people are always willing to help one another. It is also the largest county in the state. The issue is that Tennessee is ravaged by meth, with most estimates that the state is the hardest hit. Monroe County is...

 
 

Charity hurts – the price of “helping”

Charity hurts – the price of “helping”

Grandma Reid always told me, “Carrie, charity begins at home.” I heard that phrase again and again and never really questioned it, or thought it through. Hearing it continually as a child prompted me to take it for face value . . . almost robotically. In this changing America, I can...

 
 

Alabama – Pistol Packin’ Grandma Foils Burglary

Alabama – Pistol Packin’ Grandma Foils Burglary

Using a 9mm semi-automatic handgun, 63 year old grandmother shoots a burglar in her Prichard, Alabama, living room. Quiet evening at home until……. Phyliss Law, 63, and her granddaughter were at home last Friday evening when they heard what she describes as ‘crackling’.  This is not the first time Law’s home...

 
 

House Armed Services Committee holds hearing in missile defense

House Armed Services Committee holds hearing in missile defense

As the assault on Israel has shown, missile defense is still necessary in this world of terrorism. President Obama and his administration has been cutting the budget for this important program. The House Armed Services Committee held hearings today of the impact that this is having for national defense. It...