Skip to main content
Report this ad

The Latest

  • Marijuana Around The World, Saudi Arabia
    Marijuana Around The World, Saudi Arabia
    In Saudi Arabia, Islamic Law can be very strict. Foreigners to getting in trouble for breaking their law can be a fine, a flogging, jail, or death. The crime rate is usually very low as people don't break the law. Marijuana is almost non...
  • Marijuana Around The World, Egypt
    Marijuana Around The World, Egypt
    In the land of the Pharaohs it is illegal to possess or sell marijuana but what is different is that there really is no law about it. In other words as long as you don't go blow a shotgun to a cop you can pretty much do what you want. If a cop...
  • Marijuana Around The World, Belgium
    Marijuana Around The World, Belgium
    In Belgium it is legal to possess small amounts of marijuana. It is still illegal to sell marijuana but it is still tolerated to smoke. What you don't want to do is smoke it in public. You probably won't get arrested and you might not even...
  • Marijuana Around The World, Greece
    Marijuana Around The World, Greece
    In the land of the ancients it is illegal to smoke, possess, cultivate, or sell marijuana in Greece. The police if they stop you and you have any marijuana on you then you can expect to be arrested. This does not mean you can't get high in...
  • Marysville memorial
    Detention hearing set Thursday for Pilchuck shooter’s dad
    A detention hearing is scheduled tomorrow in federal court for Raymond Lee Fryberg, father of Marysville Pilchuck High School shooter Jaylen Fryberg, on a charge of unlawful possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, the Everett Herald is...
  • The Near East Relief Foundation
    Charity continues life-saving tradition
    In my History New Network feature on the Syrian crisis, I wrote about the Near East Relief Charity of the World War I era. Their original name was the The American Committee for Syrian and Armenian Relief.They got started in 1915 in response to...
  • Starbucks race conversation
    Starbucks race conversations and unsafe coffee cups
    Finally made it to Starbucks for "the race" conservation they advertised, as I was about to run out of coffee, so I ordered a small bag of a dark blend, grounded fine, and asked the cashier with whom I could have the promised dialogue...
  • City Newspaper.jpg
    Lorenzo’s Market in Brockport Gets Great Review in City Newspaper
    Brockport has so much to offer and here’s another example of what Brockport has that other places don’t.Lorenzo's Mexican Products on Main Street in Brockport just got a great review in City Newspaper’s recently published...
  • Pilchuck candles
    Criminal charge in Marysville case shows NICS flaw UBC can’t fix
    Breaking news today that the father of Marysville Pilchuck High School shooter Jaylen Fryberg has been arrested for having “illegally purchased” the handgun used in that October tragedy demonstrates a flaw in the National Instant Check...
  • Pro-gun protester
    Colorado enforcement dilemma shows exploitable weakness of anti-gun laws
    Despite duplicitous “progressives” like Democrat State Senator John Kefalas of Fort Collins trying to put a happy face on Colorado’s most recent anti-gun edicts by making contradicted-by-reality claims that they have been &ldquo...
  • Low funding threatens Ukraine mission
    Ukraine: low funding threatens mission
    The United Nations warns that its humanitarian mission in the Ukraine is in serious jeopardy due to lack of funds. The year long conflict between the government and pro-Russian rebels has caused massive displacement and disruption of basic...
  • Pakistani ambassador to US: We are not part of Saudi air campaign against Yemen
    Pakistani ambassador to US: We are not part of Saudi air campaign against Yemen
    The Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the U.S, his Excellency Jalil Abbas Jilani, Tuesday denied CNN and Reuters reporting that the country was part of the Saudi Arabia led air campaign against Yemen. Talking in Dallas to members...
  • Pence Punts
    Governor Pence punts on Religious Freedom Restoration Act
    In the wake of a massive backlash against a law he signed last week, Indiana’s Republican governor, Mike Pence, punted today. In contrast to his combative stance up until now, Governor Pence held a televised news conference Tuesday morning...
  • Don't lie
    A tale of two billboard campaigns about guns
    Today’s Boston Globe reports that the Massachusetts Turnpike billboard that carried anti-gun-rights messages for two decades is being replaced by a broader campaign, sponsored by Stop Handgun Violence, that has gun control signs at three...
  • WFP director makes appeal for Syria
    WFP director appeals to donors to save Syria
    The director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), Ertharin Cousin, is attending a donor conference in Kuwait with one objective: to save the starving people of Syria. WFP is leading hunger relief in the war-torn country, but depends on voluntary...
Report this ad