Archive for January 1st, 2018

Fire & Ice – Hell or Heaven

on January 1, 2018, 7:11 AM / in Opinion

59 years ago I was giving birth to my second daughter.  I woke up around 4:00 am dreaming I was having puppies – one after another.  She was born in a little over an hour.  I knew how to celebrate New Years back then –  hahaha Praying for the year ahead……… With all the talk of War or the possibility […]

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Man Sees Age 4 Girl Playing Alone in Snow, Calls 911. Cops Led to Mom’s Body

on January 1, 2018, 7:09 AM / in National News, People

It’s not uncommon for people to avoid getting involved in situations they may come across. Whether it be self-preservation, genuine disinterest, or not wanting to step on the toes of other people’s life choices, it seems safer to mind your own business. A person’s likeliness to get involved also correlates to their perception of safety in the environment. Those in […]

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Raiders fire Jack Del Rio after loss to Chargers ends 6-10 season

Raiders fire Jack Del Rio after loss to Chargers ends 6-10 season

on January 1, 2018, 7:04 AM / in Football

By Matt Kawahara   |   SFGATE CARSON, Los Angeles County — The Raiders did not wait until the new year to begin cleaning house. Moments after they lost 30-10 to the Chargers on Sunday to finish the season 6-10, head coach Jack Del Rio told reporters that he had been fired by owner Mark Davis. “Mark let me know that he’s not […]

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South Korea Seizes 2nd Ship Suspected Of Violating UN Sanctions On Oil Sales

South Korea Seizes 2nd Ship Suspected Of Violating UN Sanctions On Oil Sales

on January 1, 2018, 6:52 AM / in International News

by Tyler Durden After we reported yesterday that South Korean authorities had seized a ship suspected of illegally delivering oil to North Korea via clandestine ship-to-ship transfers, Reuters  reported Sunday that the South also seized a Panama-flagged vessel suspected of violating UN sanctions restricting oil sales to North Korea. The seizure was the second to be revealed by South Korea within a few days, as the United […]

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Entering 2018 With Gratitude To God And Trump

Entering 2018 With Gratitude To God And Trump

on January 1, 2018, 6:47 AM / in Opinion

I remember that painful election night in 2012. Against reason, Americans chose to give Obama four more years in the White House. As a Christian, all I knew to do was trust God. Little did I know Obama’s re-election was setting the stage for long-shot dark-horse presidential candidate Donald J. Trump. Over 8 years, the shine wore-off electing the first […]

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