American Sniper Breaks Box Office Records As White House Petition For Chris Kyle To Receive Medal of Honor Circulates
Born and raised in Texas, Christopher Scott Kyle was a U.S. Navy SEAL from 1999 to 2009. He is the most successful sniper in American military history. According to his book American Sniper, he is credited with 160 confirmed kills. Kyle served as a Navy SEAL in 4 tours in the latest Iraq war. For his bravery and military skills, he was awarded some of | Read More »
Sixty-One Journalists Were Killed In 2014 – Many Others Remain In Captivity By Terrorists
Globally, 61 journalists were killed in 2014. The Middle East was the deadliest region, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) in the organization’s year-end report. Almost half of the journalists killed last year died in the Middle East, with Syria being the deadliest country for journalists for the third year in a row. At least 17 journalists were killed in Syria as the | Read More »
The Top Fifteen Obama Gaffes
Just an update and refresher. President Obama has made several major blunders over the years. The following are arguably his top 15 gaffes thus far. 1) ….ten thousand people died — an entire town destroyed. “In case you missed it, this week, there was a tragedy in Kansas. Ten thousand people died — an entire town destroyed.” Regarding a Kansas tornado that killed 12 people | Read More »
….Bear in mind, many Christians are already facing enormous challenges–anything from being the target of a smear campaign to being imprisoned and tortured for refusing to submit to another religion. Online, Christians are faced with verbal abuse from people….
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O Little Town of Bethlehem – The Persecution of Christians In The Modern-Day City of Jesus’ Birth
…Christians in Bethlehem have been suffering from human rights abuses and economic hardships for years. But some are trying to bring a message of hope into their lives.
It could be described as a modern day exodus: Christians are leaving Palestinian Arab-controlled areas like Bethlehem in great numbers.
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Who Has The Best Solution For Profiling Criminals & Terrorists? Neal Boortz!
Earlier this week, the Obama administration announced new racial profiling guidelines. Eric Holder has called these guidelines a “major and important step forward to ensure effective policing.” Critics, however, see things differently, arguing the guidelines should include local law enforcement, while others complained that it was “loosely drafted.” Others have cited the exemptions included for certain federal agencies as being problematic. According to The Latin Post: | Read More »
Presenting ‘Common Ground On Common Core: Voices From Across The Political Spectrum’
A recently released book on Common Core has been received with acclaimed by Common Core critics across the political spectrum. The book is a compilation of ideologically diverse analyses from some of the top education activists and experts in the country. In one single volume, all of the issues arising from Common Core have been assembled, illuminating and making crystal clear its agenda. The name of | Read More »
Iran’s Nukes – Israel Reconsiders The Use of Force
Last Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed a resolution denouncing the Iranian government for its horrendous human rights violations. But, there is disagreement over whether peripheral issues, such as human rights violations and Iran’s support of terrorism should be included in the pending nuclear deal or not. Some maintain that the inclusion of these additional issues will make it more difficult to get Iran to agree | Read More »
While Negotiations Meander Along What Has Iran Been Up To?
According to new information released earlier this month, Iran’s nuclear program could be even further ahead than previously thought. The information was issued by an Iranian dissident group and raises new questions in regard to what Tehran has been concealing from nuclear inspectors. Washington Free Beacon’s Adam Kredo reports: “Iran is said to have built and still be in possession of two explosive chambers that have allowed | Read More »
Ebola & The Legalities Of Quarantine
Recently, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel ordered a 21-day quarantine for all military personnel returning from the Ebola mission in West Africa. This decision by Hagel further drove divisions within the White House — which had been downplaying the need for mandatory quarantines. The circumstances under which the feds can legally place someone under quarantine seems to depend on who you ask. States can impose their | Read More »