Joshua Bradford swirls his brush in the oval of red watercolor paint, then considers his paper before adding more color. With every swish of the brush, his rainbow trout comes alive on the page — a green bottom, a red top, and a blue tail. After a close inspection of
Hillary Clinton’s Mind-Boggling FBI Interview
The FBI-302 report of the interview of Hillary Clinton, along with the other notes of investigation released today, make for mind boggling reading ...
Chicago Tribune: The last living Nuremberg prosecutor tells what he learned
MAY 13, 2017 — Picture yourself at age 27. How do you and your accomplishments compare to those of a young Ben Ferencz? In 1947, Ferencz was a prosecutor at the Nuremberg war crimes trials, bringing to account 22 Nazi SS commanders for the murders of more than 1 million innocent people. Now picture yourself …
Why Do Democrats Get Away With Lying About Guns?
The Fourth Estate has a responsibility to correct Democrats' wild exaggerations and untruths about guns. Yet they rarely do.
Misogynistic 'Valley Trash' Video Has Ansonia Dealership Under Fire
The protesting couple who recorded a group of used car salesmen insulting them say they are on a quest to put the Ansonia dealership out of business.
The Muslim Link
Sh Muhammad Jibril at Diyanet Center of America last night MashAllah
Ocean City: Can the tourism bustle grow?
Ocean City is the 2nd-largest city in Maryland during the summer, yet town officials, businesses and locals disagree on if it should continue to grow.
How Skipping Church Affects Our Children
In a Q&A, Carl Trueman was asked about why churches today are losing their young people. Typical answers to this question range from things like the temptations of this world or the irrelevance…
Minnesota Winters Now More Bark Than Bite
So - is this a good thing? There are exceptions to every rule, but MOST Minnesota winters are a pale imitation of what our parents muddled through in the 60s and 70s. It doesn't get down to -25F or -30F in the metro anymore. Now 0F is a big deal and potentially headline-generating. Really? Our winters are no longer (consistently) cold enough for mostly snow. 22 days with rain or glaze ice since November 1 in the MSP metro. The longest January Thaw since 1944. No wonder winter weather lovers are in a funk. A lot of people like the additional warmth. Others lament the loss of something fundamental, part of our Minnesota identity. I see both sides - I'm just the messenger. But no, our winters aren't nearly as forbidding, on average…
County Pocket: Townhomes proposed for oceanfront land
By Jane Smith and Dan Moffett The almost 2-acre oceanfront parcel that once housed the Pelican Apartments along the former Dog Beach in the County Pocket will…