Watching a man use a butcher knife to stab a woman’s neck at her east valley apartment complex, a 911 caller’s voice grows frantic as she describes the horrific scene to a dispatch agent.
“One way or another, progressivism is always a death sentence. So we may as well turn it around and use it on its perpetrators whenever we get the chance,” Conservative Review’s Steve Deace said of the incident. “That doesn’t mean becoming like them, but understanding their con and endlessly harassing them with its real-world applications.”
It’s easy to think the world is ending when natural disasters are pummelling vulnerable islands and politicians are threatening nuclear destruction.
But take a step back and you’ll find a more encouraging picture of where the human race is headed – at least from a public health and quality of life perspective.
Chick-fil-A Opens First International Restaurant In Canada
Maybe the soon to be unemployed councilors can get jobs there!
The boys were assessed by medics near the cave before being transported to Chiang Rai hospital.
— Press Association (@PA) July 2, 2018
Daily Mail: All 12 boys and their football team coach have been found alive after becoming trapped in a flooded cave for more than a week in Thailand.
It looks like the game is up and the Liberal carbon tax racket is coming apart at the seams.
Candace Owens, communications director for Turning Point USA, discussed her new friendship with rapper Kanye West and a recent conversation with President Donald Trump, during an interview with The Daily Signal’s Ginny Montalbano.
A cheeky Texas billboard encouraging liberal motorists to keep driving until they’ve left the state will be taken down after photos of the roadside ‘advertisement’ sparked a social media uproar.
My sister passed away last year. A public memorial was held and I caught a glimpse of how deeply she was appreciated in the community. Ruth was a lifelong resident of our little town and I think volunteered for everything.
I have just returned from a private family ceremony in which her ashes were interred with her husbands.
I was shown a very pleasant surprise while there. Our hometown created a memorial bench in her honour.
She loved her garden and local couples would ask to have wedding photo’s taken in her backyard. She also loved fishing, from the time she was little girl and our Dad would take her out.
A public dedication of Ruth’s bench will take place in August.
She was the stuff small towns are made of.
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court ruled in a 7-2 decision in favor of Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop. The establishment was at the center of a religious freedom case after Mr. Phillips declined to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding.
When Dr. Peterson made his way onto the stage, you’d have thought you were attending a rock concert. It wasn’t the expected polite applause you’d imagine might be appropriate for a lecture of this sort. It was full on, raucous, whooping and hollering cheers. We were in the 5th row, where it was easy to see Dr. Peterson’s facial expressions, and as he looked at the audience – smiling humbly and nodding slightly – taking it all in, it seemed to me that he wasn’t altogether used to this kind of reception. I expect he receives it often, but it seemed like something that still surprises him. It reminds me of how Daisy and I are still shocked when someone is all excited to meet us. You’re simultaneously delighted and humbled all at the same time, that you have a palpable level of impact on another person. It’s overwhelming, and for us at least, it’s not something you get used to.
Town rallies around mother told not to hang her washing out by launching ‘laundry revolution’
81-year-old blood donor has saved more than 2.4 million lives.
Girl, 3, lost in the Australian bush is rescued by old farm dog which stayed by her side through the night