(John Hinderaker) Tuesday evening, Hugh Hewitt will be in town for a program sponsored by AM 1280 the Patriot: Taking Back the Tundra. The show will be in Brooklyn Park, and if you live within driving distance of there, I would urge you to attend. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) In Stockholm, riots have taken place for six consecutive nights, with windows smashed, cars and schools set on fire, and policemen pelted with rocks. This would normally be considered a major problem, but the Swedes...Show More Summary
For years now, video game makers (and their marketing teams, more than likely) have sought to amp up the excitement of their new releases with wild and lavish special edition packages. Our own Call of Duty Prestige Master, John Neff,...Show More Summary
Let’s start with the caveats. The Sunday Express, nor journalist John Richardson, come with the highest reputations for getting transfer gossip nailed on. But, as the saying goes, every dog has it’s day, so maybe this next story may come true. Who knows. According to the tabloid, David Moyes is plotting a £25 million bid to bring [...]
Liam Tamne vs. John Pritchard – Easy Lover – The Voice UK 2013 via Rickey.org Liam Tamne and John Pritchard sang "Easy Lover" on The Voice UK Series 2 Battle Round for Team will.i.am. Watch the video here: The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
At the beginning of April, a subadult Loggerhead named Hilary was rescued at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo. She was found floating on the surface extremely lethargic and slightly emaciated. When she was stable enough to be put … Continue reading ?
When John Baptist Greco built Holy Land USA in Waterbury, Connecticut, he envisioned it as a pilgrimage site for American Christians. Closed since 1984 however, the long-neglected park now looks more like a horror movie set than a place for wholesome family fun. Read more...
Attorney Keith Stroup, founder of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, ells the group's story in his memoir It's NORML to Smoke Pot. John Payne reports that it's a compelling and edifying read, particularly when Stroup recounts the heady days of the '70s. View this article.
Earlier this month, a 1991 painting of The Golden Girls star Bea Arthur, by artist John Currin, sold for $1.9 million at an auction. Why so much money, when she’s not even depicted wearing her Mos Eisley Cantina wardrobe from The Star Wars Holiday Special? Because Arthur’s wearing nothing at all, nothing at all, nothing at all.
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. ~ John 15:13 I hope everyone has a great Memorial Day weekend, and I thank God for the blessings He has bestowed upon...
PHOTOS: Before there was Robert Mapplethorpe, there was John Palatinus. Los Angeles exhibition space drkrm hopes you’re hungry for some beefcake — they’re presenting the work of John Palatinus, one of the pioneering physique photographers of the 1950?s in June. According to drkrm: Along with Lon of New York, Bruce of Los Angeles, and Bob Mizer [...]
UWM geologist John Isbell reads rock, looking for the natural rules that govern the Earth's climate in the absence of human activity. His work is challenging many assumptions about the ways drastic climate change unfolds -- and what to expect next.
Many have compared the LGBT struggle for equality to the African-American fight for civil rights, and after the Boy Scouts' recent decision to admit gay scouts but ban homosexual leaders, John Aravosis cites similarities on the America Blog. Whatever. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Most of us read a newspaper’s sports pages for a respite from the generally depressing news of the day, and there was once a time when we could even expect a conservative outlook from most sports reporters. But those days are long gone. Show More Summary
Senators John McCain and Lindsay Graham released a statement supporting Barack Obama's new nominee for assistant secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs at the State Department—which is odd, as Victoria Nuland was instrumental in crafting the Benghazi talking points, over which McCain and Graham have savaged the Obama Administration.
By John Mylant: It appears that the advancement in technology that has brought us "the cloud" has also created new competition where it didn't exist before for many of the large techie companies. Cisco is now competing in areas with other big well-known names that it never competed with before. Show More Summary
Establishment Republican Senators John McCain (AZ) and Lindsey Graham (SC) defended State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland on Friday, shortly after President Obama nominated the Benghazi talking points manipulator for a promotion. Show More Summary
By John Crabtree on May 20, 2013 - 12:00am The debate over the 2013 Farm Bill has begun on the floor of the U.S. Senate. The draft Farm Bill that emerged from the Senate Agriculture Committee would level the playing field for farm families...Show More Summary
In an editorial for CNN, outspoken Boy Scouts of America (BSA) supporter John Stemberger has decided to pull his sons out of the organization following the overturn of their ban on gay participants this week. Stemberger said that the May 23 announcement, which stated that being gay would no longer preclude prospective members from joining the [...]Show More Summary
Ahead of what many expect to be a contentious confirmation hearing for the next assistant secretary of state for Europe, Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) gave a major boost to Obama appointee Victoria Nuland on Friday. "Ambassador...Show More Summary