Scooter, Cave Creek's late canine hero and one-time mascot of the
Sonoran News, may have crossed the Rainbow Bridge, but his story,
Scooter Challenges the Day, lives on and is available on ebook
The Jack Russell terrier with the crooked front paw will
forever remain in the hearts of dog lovers everywhere for saving his
owner from a rattlesnake!
A new book by a nationally recognized gun-law expert takes a
surprising perspective on the gun controversy.
While the nation is debating how many and which firearms to ban, Your First Gun by prolific author Alan Korwin is advising people on overcoming the fears and inertia that keep them out of the gun community – to more easily lose their gun virginity and buy a gun.
Welcome to the Age of Aquarius, an exciting time to be alive in Chicago during the year 1974. This is a tale about a man society turned its back on simply because he was different. In a moment of passion, he commits murder, and later encounters a lovely woman who recognizes his suffering. Both souls are damaged, but their combined anguish begins their redemption.
SEAL Team 6 Author Discusses Value of Legit Nonprofits
With the war in Afghanistan set to end in 2014, and the Iraq war having ended two years ago, charities that help veterans and their families may be busier than ever – but without the public awareness generated by an ongoing conflict.
Growing numbers of Americans are changing their relationship with religion, recent Pew Research Center polls indicate.
Consider the stats:
• Forty-four percent of U.S. adults have either switched religious affiliation, or report “no affiliation”
• More than 16 percent report they are unaffiliated with a religion; that includes those who are spiritual but not religious, and agnostics and atheists
• Twenty-eight percent have switched from the religion in which they were raised
You have to hand it to our broken political and economic system:
It is becoming more
proficient at strangling prosperity and freedom.
The system took over 60 years to slowly strangle a consumer market in medical care/insurance with the noose of corporatism, favoritism,
subsidies, socialism, and red tape. Now the coupe de grace has been administered to the dying and dysfunctional market by the absurd legal reasoning of Justice John Roberts in his upholding of ObamaCare.
It’s not the end of the world that fascinates engineering physicist
Daniel Friedmann, it’s the beginning.
Forget the Mayan Long Calendar, Friedmann has come up with a formula that converts “Bible time” to years as we know them in calculating the age of the universe, the sun, and life on Earth.
The surprise? Friedmann’s calculations consistently match scientific estimates derived from the study of fossil timelines, the solar system and the cosmos.
Author Svensk Öob provides a thought-provoking view and
interpretation of traditional biblical conventions in his novel
As the Lightning Comes.
Johannesburg, South Africa April 11, 2012 – Svensk Öob’s As the Lightning Comes weaves together the captivating themes of ancient astronauts, angel visitations, hidden Bible codes, end-time prophecies, and international conspiracy.
It’s called the “The Eleventh Commandment,” and it was popularized by former
President Ronald Reagan.
commandment states, “Thou shalt not speak ill of any
As the 2012 Republican primary season nears its boiling point, some conservatives are concerned poisonous rhetoric among candidates is alienating middle-of-the-road voters.
Effective March 26, kids will be required to put fruits or vegetables on
their trays in the lunch line. School cafeterias with salad bars must
monitor the salad eaters “to ensure that students actually take the
minimum required portion size” deemed nutritionally necessary for
Some say the ‘60s hippies are going back to the commune. Others call the growing number of female Baby Boomers rooming together “‘The Golden Girls’ phenomenon.”
Author Martha Nelson, who at 65 is on the leading edge of a tsunami of retiring Boomers, says it’s really all about choosing the company of friends.