Who will edit the books listed on New Jersey’s Monroe Township school district’s required reading list? The school district had on its required reading list novels depicting graphic sexual scenes including homosexual orgies.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 (UPI) — An advocacy group said Wednesday it confirmed the burial of human remains in the restive Sudanese state of South Kordofan. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir announced a two-week cease-fire in South Kordofan to allow time for the observation of suspected South Sudanese rebels. Conflict in the border state erupted as South […]
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (UPI) — Sales of new single-family homes fell 0.7 percent from June to July, the U.S. Commerce Department said Tuesday. Home sales in July came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 298,000. In June, 300,000 new homes were sold, the department said, revising last month’s estimate lower by 12,000. July’s […]
Amid concerns of increasing incidents of kidnappings in Mexico, many residents of the country are turning to “under-the-skin” tracking devices for a sense of safety. Mexican citizens are seeking new means of protecting themselves in a country where firearm ownership is heavily regulated.
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UPI) — About 14,000 people are incorrectly declared dead by the Social Security Administration every year, officials say. That translates to about one of every 200 of the 2.8 million death reports the agency receives each year, or 38 a day, CNN reports. The names are entered into the death master […]
Rational debate is a dying art. It occurs only rarely in Washington, where the primary goal is to score points for a political party with an eye toward re-election. Concerns about America and Americans are secondary to the political elite. Party politics trumps all.
There has been a lot of derogatory talk lately about “preppers” and “survivalists.” Here are 10 reasons why preppers and survivalists have always been vital to the United States and why it is essential that we have as many as possible to survive future disasters.
A Philadelphia jury has ruled 10 rare “Double Eagle” $20 gold coins locked in a safe deposit box for nearly 80 years belong to the U.S. Treasury. The coins were among 445,000 “Double Eagles” minted in 1933 but never issued by the Treasury.
Although stories involving groping allegations and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have become commonplace, this one stands apart. On July 14, a 61-year-old woman from Longmont, Colo., was arrested at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport for sexually assaulting a female TSA agent.