The Medal of Freedom is America's highest civilian honor. It is presented to those individuals who've made meritorious contributions to the national interests of the United States, to world peace world peace, culture or who have undertaken “other significant public or private endeavors.”
The LA Times noted that, a number of figures from the struggles and shifts of the 1960s were recognized Tuesday. Civil right's campaigner Dolores Huerta and astronaut and former US Senator John Glenn also received the medal.
The year 1962 stands out, they recognized, in President Obama’s... Read More
1 World Trade Center won't reach its official height of 1,776 foot, because Douglas Durst ( chairman of the Durst Organization) and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have decided to replace the sculptural cladding for the mast of WTC 1 with a functional antenna.
The sculptural cladding is a fiberglass and steel enclosure called a “radome”. The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat announced that it will reserve its final decision until the completion in 2014. If the council drops the initial plans for a tapering enclosure, the building will be the third-tallest building... Read More
I read today in the Sunday Telegraph that until recently Barack Obama’s re-election was regarded as inevitable. Really; after what must count as four disastrous years and conceivably one of the worst presidencies in American history? Surely there was only one explanation for this: the focus was not on Obama at all but on his potential Republican opponents, none of whom looked particularly good in the primaries.
More than that, they were representatives of a party that seemed to be more at war with itself than focused on the legacy of Obama; a party many of whose members were determined... Read More
On March 30, 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot by John Hinckley Jr. outside the Washington Hilton Hotel, only 2 months after taking office. Hinckley fired six shots at the former President. All six missed, but one bullet hit Reagan. He suffered a punctured lung and internal bleeding.
20 years later a European auction house wanted to sell a vial containing dried blood residue from Ronald Reagan. Experts confirmed that the item was linked to the 1981 assassination attempt on the President. But now the Auction house decided not to sell the vial after the Ronald Reagan Foundation announced... Read More
Former President George W Bush is set to return to the White House on May 31 to dine with President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama as well as attend the unveiling of their formal White House Portraits. Bush Spokesman Freddy Ford said “The Bushes are looking forward to being back in Washington and seeing some of their friends. They appreciate the Obamas' hospitality in hosting the portrait hanging.”
The former President has avoided politics since he left office in 2009, but in a recent statement he said“ I'm for Mitt Romney.” The former President's visit will be an embarrassing moment... Read More
Murder of USC Grad Student Linked to Teen in Foster Care
Foster Teen Arrested in home owned by a social worker who was an employee of Teens Happy Homes according to the LA Times.
The Business of Child Abuse
By Joshua Allen
Teens Happy Homes was recently mentioned in the news http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-usc-killings-20120523,0,3433137.story One of the alleged perpetrators of the murder of two Chinese graduate students at USC was found to be living in a Teens Happy Home foster home in Palmdale. The alleged perpetrator Javier Bolden was arrested at a... Read More
Well, now that North Carolina has outlawed queer love, the floodgates of hell have opened. Let me be clear - I am not talking about a sudden increase in the number of gays entering the Flaming Gates, (though I am sure many flaming gates could do with a decent re-do, if you know what I mean,) but about the real faces of so-called Christians finally coming to light. Caught this little gem today from a wire story:
"Before the state's vote, Pastor Sean Harris of the Berean Baptist Church in Fayetteville instructed parents to use force if their kids start acting gay:
"So your little... Read More
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