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  • EXCLUSIVE: A rector who marched against Trump, gay blessings, gun control... (Gorsuch Church)

    02/08/2017 6:51:25 PM PST · by FR_addict · 134 replies ^ | Feb 6, 2017 | Ruth Styles
    Meet Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's ultra-liberal church St. John's Episcopal Church is led by a pastor who proudly attended the anti-Trump Women's March in Denver the day after the President's inauguration Rev. Susan Springer has said she is pro-gay marriage and offers blessings to same-sex couples Another member of the clergy is outspoken about the need for gun control The church's Rev. Ted Howard also signed a letter slamming the 'disrespectful rhetoric' directed at Islam as Trump floated a ban on Muslim immigrants Church authorities also appear to be strongly in favor of environmental initiatives and added solar panels...
  • Elderly Florida Man Shoots Fleeing Thief And May Have Ruined His Own Life

    08/23/2016 9:24:46 AM PDT · by rktman · 68 replies ^ | 8/22/2016 | Bob Owens
    The homeowner asked the suspect what he was doing and then the suspect ran across the street, officials said. The homeowner opened fire and shot the suspect several times, Kvalheim said, adding the injuries appeared non-life threatening.
  • Drudge Headline Only: Romney Narrows VP Choices, Surprise Name Emerges as Frontrunner

    07/12/2012 3:51:01 PM PDT · by arichtaxpayer · 262 replies
  • Iraq Kurdish donkey party unveils statue

    04/12/2012 10:01:43 AM PDT · by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis · 3 replies
    telegraph ^ | 4-12-12
    A political party in Iraq's Kurdistan region called the Donkeys' Party has unveiled a statue of its four-legged namesake in dress attire. The bronze statue shows the head and shoulders of a donkey dressed in a suit, collared shirt and tie. Five feet high and three feet wide, it took Kurdish sculptor Zerak Mira seven months to create and cost £2,500. It is located on Nali Street, Sulaimaniyah, which is named for a famous Kurdish poet who wrote a well-known poem about donkeys. The statue was unveiled at a ceremony attended by a number of Kurdish artists and intellectuals. Donkeys'...
  • Bachmann Taps Rollins to Run Campaign

    06/06/2011 12:20:58 PM PDT · by Al B. · 211 replies
    CBS News ^ | June 6, 2011 | Jan Crawford
    As she prepares to enter the race in Iowa later this month, Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has signed on high-profile political strategist Ed Rollins to run her presidential campaign, according to two sources close to Bachmann. Rollins, who was Mike Huckabee's national campaign director in the 2008 campaign, is an experienced political operative with a well-earned reputation for his tough tactics and willingness to play hardball.
  • Pregnant woman slain in San Pablo home - Case being treated as a double homicide

    02/14/2007 8:51:03 PM PST · by SmithL · 5 replies · 283+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 2/14/7 | Henry K. Lee
    A pregnant woman was shot and killed by someone who fired into her home in unincorporated San Pablo late Tuesday in what investigators are treating as a double homicide, authorities said today. Luz Maria Aguilar-Bucio, 32, who was three months pregnant, was shot around 11 p.m. as she was in a back bedroom of her home on the 100 block of Michele Drive in the Montalvin Manor neighborhood, authorities said. The shooter fired at least two dozen shots into the residence, said Jimmy Lee, spokesman for the Contra Costa County sheriff's office, which patrols the unincorporated community. Three children and...
  • I Joined the Army instead of the Marines

    04/15/2006 2:06:04 PM PDT · by LittleJohnnyEdwards · 146 replies · 2,736+ views
    You may remember a few months back around Novemeber, I was going to join the Marines. I finally told my parents and they freaked but they comprmised. I talked to both the Marines and Army I felt the Army gave me the best opportunity to serve my country in the way I want.I joined the Delay Entry Program in which I was able to move up a rank before going to boot camp. I'll be a signal support specialist, I leave two weeks after my graduation for boot camp. I look forward to serving in Iraq or Afghanistan that's why...
  • Bush supreme court pick 8 a.m

    10/03/2005 3:25:16 AM PDT · by johnmecainrino · 392 replies · 9,307+ views
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  • Iran’s man of iron vows to turn back clock

    06/26/2005 12:11:13 AM PDT · by MadIvan · 59 replies · 943+ views
    The Sunday Times ^ | June 26, 2005 | Marie Colvin
    THE ultra-conservative mayor of Tehran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, surprised much of Iran and most of the world yesterday by winning the presidency on a platform of promises reminiscent of the early days of the 1979 Islamic revolution.Ahmadinejad, 49 — who has threatened to “cut off the hands of the mafia” and described Iran’s access to nuclear power as its “inalienable right” — won an unexpected landslide victory over Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the 70-year-old former president and favourite. The populist mayor, who cast himself as the Robin Hood of Iran’s devout and impoverished masses, secured 61.7% of the vote to Rafsanjani’s...
  • Hardliner victorious in Iran

    06/25/2005 12:21:54 AM PDT · by MadIvan · 16 replies · 585+ views
    The Times ^ | June 25, 2005 | Anthony Loyd
    THE ultra-conservative Mayor of Tehran coasted to a shock victory in Iran’s presidential elections last night, a development that threatens to stifle the social reforms initiated by his predecessor and set his country on a new collision course with the West.With more than 80 per cent of the votes counted, election officials said that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, 49, held a commanding lead of 61 per cent over his reformist rival, Hojatoleslam Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, 70. The Interior Ministry declared Mr Ahmadinejad the winner. “Poor provinces have voted massively for Ahmadinejad,” an unnamed ministry official said. With five candidates knocked out...