Month: August 2017

Press can’t turn Hurricane Harvey into Katrina

By Garth Kant WASHINGTON – The Trump administration could probably take it as a clear sign of success that the biggest media criticism of the federal response to the horrific damage done by Hurricane Harvey, so far, has focused on the first lady’s shoes. That would not seem hyperbolic considering, as Stephen L. Miller wrote Read More …

Memories of summer camp: Classes in martyrdom

By Bob Unruh A Palestinian “terrorist,” (the girl) meets her demise at the hands of an “Israeli” in these summer camp images from PMW With school resuming, many children are now recalling those fun times at summer camp where they took classes on subjects such as swimming, boating, art, archery, horsemanship and martyrdom. Martyrdom? Yes, Read More …

Federal judge rejects lawsuit trying to eliminate Israel

By Bob Unruh Israeli airstrikes hit Gaza strip after Hamas attacks in 2014 A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit by Palestinians and Palestinian-Americans claiming the United States, individuals and several multinational corporations and banks committed “war crimes” and “crimes against humanity” by developing homes on the West Bank and Gaza Strip. U.S. District Read More …

Season of the witch: Media cheer growth in occultism

By -NO AUTHOR- Witchcraft is becoming mainstream in America. “Wiccan witchcraft is now one of the fastest growing religions in the Hudson Valley,” reported News 12 Westchester in New York. A “third-degree Wiccan high priestess” was quoted as saying the religion is a “mysterious, feminist and nature-focused religion that rewards faith and patience with magic Read More …

Naked pair arrested in megachurch with fake gun

By -NO AUTHOR- (Orange County Register) Two brothers who barricaded themselves inside Harvest Orange County Church for two hours Wednesday night might have been armed with a fake gun and were intent on damaging the facility, a church official said on Thursday. “At this point, it appears to be vandalism,” said Johnnie Moore, a spokesman Read More …