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Suspect in Ft. Lauderdale airport shooting reportedly cancelled flight to New York

The 26-year-old who authorities said opened fire last week inside a Ft. Lauderdale airport reportedly cancelled his flight reservation for a trip to New York on New Year’s Eve, ABC News reported, citing authorities. The report said Esteban Santiago may have been deterred due to the NYPD presence during celebrations. The report did not explain

WikiLeaks offers reward for info on Obama admin misdeeds

WikiLeaks didn’t waste any time getting to work in the New Year. The anti-secrecy website on Tuesday issued a call for any information about those connected to the outgoing Obama administration destroying records – and offered a huge cash payment as incentive. “We are issuing a US$20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest or

FRANCE BURNING: Officials ‘HIDE’ arson jihad stats as 1,000 cars set alight in sinister torching

Pamela Geller, I posted on the mass car burnings here early this morning. Now, France is hiding their Islamic terror. That is the West’s response to the Islamic war they invited by allowing the Muslim invasion of our nations. Denial, submission and fear. Hundreds were arrested in France …. FRANCE BURNING: Officials ‘HIDE’ arson stats

Child’s body found in Colorado pond during hunt for missing 6-year-old boy

Search teams spotted a child’s body in an icy Colorado pond Tuesday in a grim sign that they may have found the 6-year-old boy who vanished on New Year’s Eve. Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz told reporters they found the body inside the pond early Tuesday morning after a frantic hunt for David Puckett, who

Judge rules requiring more parking for New Jersey mosque is unconstitutional

An upscale New Jersey town violated anti-discrimination laws by insisting that a proposed mosque have more parking spaces than churches or synagogues because of its unique worship times and traditions, a federal judge has ruled. The ruling issued Saturday by U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp stated that Bernards Township violated the Religious Land Use and

The Search for 6-year-old Colorado boy missing since New Year’s Eve intensifies

AURORA, Colo. — A $10,000 reward is being offered for locating a 6-year-old Aurora boy who has been missing since New Year’s Eve. The search, being coordinated from Olympic Park, was intensifying late Monday for David Puckett after an Amber Alert was issued by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation on Monday afternoon. Vehicles leaving the south

New Year’s Resolution: Let’s Strive To Be Branches

Marvin Olasky, First question in the famous Westminster Shorter Catechism: “What is the chief end of man?” Answer: “To glorify God, and to enjoy Him forever.” Over the past decade many evangelicals have sounded alarms about low church involvement among millennials (commonly defined as those born from 1982 through 2000). Others say the situation isn’t

Stocks, oil, gold start 2017 on firm footing, dollar resumes climb

Global markets marched confidently into 2017 on Tuesday, with Asian stocks extending gains after European shares surged to their highest in a year and the dollar resuming its climb after last week’s stumble. Oil, gold and base metal prices also advanced, as signs of solid factory growth in China and Europe gave the global manufacturing

Colo. Police search for 6-year-old David Puckett Missing since New Year’s Eve

AURORA, Colo. –  Police in the Denver suburb of Aurora are searching for a 6-year-old boy who is believed to have wandered away from his home on New Year’s Eve. A $10,000 reward is out in the disappearance of David Puckett. The FBI and other law enforcement agencies were helping search for David Puckett on

Obama Opens Up 2017 Bragging About the Past 8 Years

Justin Holcomb, After destroying the Democratic Party and allowing Donald Trump to fill his role as president of the United States, Barack Obama went on a New Year’s Day Twitter tirade on Sunday reminding Americans of his great accomplishments over the last eight years.   Obama failed to mention the hundreds of thousands of civilians that have