Sunday, December 16, 2018


Fetching water and watching Putin on TV: Intriguing photographs show how Russian grandmother - who's the ONLY resident in her remote village - spends a very lonely Christmas and New Year's Eve

‘Our faith will be lost if we adopt technology’: can the Amish resist the modern world?

Opinion: Yes, some people really do give bad gifts on purpose

Will CDC Trace Polio-Like Outbreak, Or Just Shout ‘Racism’?

Prada pulls products after accusations of blackface imagery

Why the US economy will likely fall into a recession next year

Tasmania Builds Road From Single-Use Plastics, Glass and Printer Toner

• Krissa White of Pensacola, Florida, planted a butterfly garden in her front yard six years ago. Since then, she's nurtured monarchs through their life cycles, offering them a safe refuge from mosquito-targeting chemicals. But her yard has been the source of much discussion among neighbors, and in early October, the Crown Pointe Property Owners Association charged that White's butterflies violate the community's covenants against breeding or raising animals, such as livestock or poultry, on the property. Dogs, cats or other household pets are exempted from the rule. WEAR-TV reported on Oct. 19 that White may be charged $25 every day for harboring the butterflies. [WEAR-TV, 10/19/2018]

Regulatory Changes Are Needed to Stop Big Tech and Big Government

Death of Guatemalan migrant girl highlights hardline border policy

The dawn raiders: Dozens of migrants attempt early-morning clamber over Mexico border fence after Trump stepped up patrols and shut down Tijuana crossing to block 'very bad thugs' reaching US soil

Trump's legal woes worsen

To Impeach or Not to Impeach? That Is the Question

All is Fair in the War on Trump

How John Kelly could stay on as Trump’s chief of staff

Kelly 'Furious' at Ivanka Trump and Kushner Over Firing

"You must never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end – which you can never afford to
Lose – with the discipline to confront the most brutal facts of your current reality, whatever
they might be."
           - VAdm James Stockdale, USN (1923-2005)

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