How So-Called ‘Equality Act’ Threatens Religious Freedom
It could affect Christian bakers and florists, among others.
MI Gluten Free Gal: What I learned on a dairy farm
As some of of you have read, I was blessed to have a tour of Hudsonville Creamery . (And if you haven't read it, you should!) They also took us on a tour of Pyle Farm, which supplies their milk and cream. I'll admit that I'm a city girl through and through, and was surprised what I learned about cows, dairy farms, and the farming industry 10 things I learned on the farm 1. A dairy cow must get pregnant once a year to produce milk and cows are born year round. - Yeah, I know, this should be obvious. I've been watching way too many movies and stories of sheep being born in the spring. 2. If a cow has twins, and they are one female and one male, the female cow…
10 Guns That Shaped America
Firearms have been a part of this nation since, well, long before it was a nation. The right to them was endowed by the Creator; they secured our Freedom as Americans, they helped expand the Nation, and then became the basis of the manufacturing ascendency of the United States for more than a century.
Top 10 most toxic zip codes for homeowners
The third annual Environmental Hazards Housing Risk Index from ATTOM Data Solutions, a fused property database, finds about 25% of single-family homes and condos in areas analyzed are located in high-risk zip codes. Read more at HOUSINGWIRE
What Happens When an Electric Power Outage is Reported at Unitil?
Power outages can occur for a variety of reasons, including weather or motor vehicle accidents—or for planned equipment upgrades and line maintenance. Learn ...
The lost oil and gas wells of West Virginia (and why you should care).....
Map showing oil and gas wells for which the State of West Virginia, and thus IHS and DrillingInfo, have no record (orange, green, and purple circles).
How to Dock a Boat
Turn these three boat "defects" into docking assets.
Why social protection holds the key to fighting hunger
5 positive impacts of social protection measures 08 Jul 2015 What happens when money is given directly to people living in dire conditions? Will children be better nourished? Will families be more productive or will they become dependent? Will economies grow stronger? Today, some 70 percent of the world population, most of which live in rural areas, have no access to adequate social protection measures. For this reason, FAO has stepped up its efforts to help governments and partners incorporate social protection into national development strategies and policies Here are five positive impacts directly derived from social protection measures Social protection boosts family income and food security – by providing income (cash) or consumption (food) transfers.…
The 10 Worst (and Best!) US Airports for TSA Security Delays
Kroger Ribeye Steak Recall 2019: How To Get A Refund?
Kroger has recalled it bone-in ribeye steaks and boneless ribeye steaks because they may be contaminated with E. coli.