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New Now Next
Netflix Orders More "Narcos," Wendy Williams Has Tales Of "Death By Gossip"Showtime is planning a “limited series” about the life of Teddy Roosevelt. It w
Netflix Orders More "Narcos," Wendy Williams Has Tales Of "Death By Gossip"
New Now Next / Posted 7 hours ago
Showtime is planning a “limited series” about the life of Teddy Roosevelt. It will be written by American History X’s David McKenna and is described as a “big epic” take on Roosevelt’s life. Considering the history of presidentialbiographies, I’m... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Navy Tackles Multiple Problems With Historic Crew SwapThe USS George Washington transits the Eastern Pacific Ocean in this undated ph
Navy Tackles Multiple Problems With Historic Crew Swap
KPBS San Diego / Posted 7 hours ago
The USS George Washington transits the Eastern Pacific Ocean in this undated photo. San Diego is the hub for one of the most complex maneuvers in the U.S. Navy’s history. The crews of three aircraft carriers will switch places. While the move is... Read more
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AceShowbiz
Teddy Roosevelt's Life Captured on Showtime's New SeriesSeptember 04, 2015 04:47:59 GMT Developed as limited series, 'The Life and Tim
Teddy Roosevelt's Life Captured on Showtime's New Series
AceShowbiz / Posted 15 hours ago
September 04, 2015 04:47:59 GMT Developed as limited series, 'The Life and Times of Teddy Roosevelt' will adapt the real-life heroic story of the 26th president of United States. Teddy Roosevelt will be the subject of a new limited series developed... Read more
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Mashable
Can Trump win? Two other candidates may foreshadow his fateWhat's This?Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a camp
Can Trump win? Two other candidates may foreshadow his fate
Mashable / Posted yesterday
What's This?Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Mobile, Ala., on Friday, Aug. 21, 2015. Image: Brynn Anderson/Associated Press At this point in 2007, Rudy Giuliani was a frontrunner for the Republican... Read more
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Paris Express
Congressman visits ParisU.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Hot Springs, spent the better part of last Wednesd
Congressman visits Paris
Paris Express / Posted 2 days ago
U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Hot Springs, spent the better part of last Wednesday at two events in Logan County. Westerman used the public appearances in Paris and Booneville to rail against a proposed nuclear deal with Iran, talk about the federal... Read more
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Task & Purpose
How ‘Big Stick Policy’ Still Influences US Foreign Relations TodayThis maxim can be parroted on command when you ask someone what they know about
How ‘Big Stick Policy’ Still Influences US Foreign Relations Today
Task & Purpose / Posted 2 days ago
This maxim can be parroted on command when you ask someone what they know about President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt. The phrase fits with the popular persona of Roosevelt: a self-taught man, a fighter, hunter, and, arguably, war hero. It’s hard to... Read more
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The Huffington Post
The Debate We Should Be Having Over Mount McKinleyCredit: Holly Hildreth via Getty ImagesThe legacy of William McKinley, honored
The Debate We Should Be Having Over Mount McKinley
The Huffington Post / Posted 2 days ago
Credit: Holly Hildreth via Getty ImagesThe legacy of William McKinley, honored with a statue in Columbus, Ohio, has received new attention with President Obama's decision to rename Mount McKinley. When President Barack Obama officially renamed Mount... Read more
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The Atlantic
10 Responses to Iran-Deal SkepticsLast week, I posted a series of sharp, critical questions addressed to Presiden
10 Responses to Iran-Deal Skeptics
The Atlantic / Posted 3 days ago
Last week, I posted a series of sharp, critical questions addressed to President Obama from Robert Satloff, the executive director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, about the Iran nuclear deal. A number of administration surrogates... Read more
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The MidWeek
Roosevelt show supports Kiwanis projectJoe Wiegand has been performing as Teddy Roosevelt since 2004. With ties to Nor
Roosevelt show supports Kiwanis project
The MidWeek / Posted 3 days ago
Joe Wiegand has been performing as Teddy Roosevelt since 2004. With ties to Northern Illinois University as a graduate assistant in the Center for Governmental Studies, Wiegand brings Teddy Roosevelt to DeKalb County to help raise funds for the... Read more
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Valley Free Press
Roosevelt show supports Kiwanis projectJoe Wiegand has been performing as Teddy Roosevelt since 2004. With ties to Nor
Roosevelt show supports Kiwanis project
Valley Free Press / Posted 3 days ago
Joe Wiegand has been performing as Teddy Roosevelt since 2004. With ties to Northern Illinois University as a graduate assistant in the Center for Governmental Studies, Wiegand brings Teddy Roosevelt to DeKalb County to help raise funds for the... Read more
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The New Yorker
What’s New About Bill Bratton’s N.Y.P.D.?Of broken-windows policing, Bratton said, “I rely on what my eyes show me.”Cred
What’s New About Bill Bratton’s N.Y.P.D.?
The New Yorker / Posted 3 days ago
Of broken-windows policing, Bratton said, “I rely on what my eyes show me.”Credit Photograph by Pari Dukovic for The New Yorker On a bitterly cold night in February, William Bratton, New York City’s police commissioner, joined several hundred... Read more
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The Huffington Post
'Disruption' Comes to U.S. PoliticsWest's only mistake is that he isn't running until 2020. The often controversia
'Disruption' Comes to U.S. Politics
The Huffington Post / Posted 3 days ago
West's only mistake is that he isn't running until 2020. The often controversial but never dull artist should jump in now. The anti-politician thing is red, red hot. Disruption is the way to go. One poll this week from Iowa, where the primary... Read more
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The Atlantic
What's Really Behind Objections to Renaming Mount McKinley?There are many disorienting things about traveling to Alaska in the summer; the
What's Really Behind Objections to Renaming Mount McKinley?
The Atlantic / Posted 4 days ago
There are many disorienting things about traveling to Alaska in the summer; the long daylight hours are only the most obvious. But during a vacation to the land of the midnight sun, I also found myself perplexed: Why did people keep pointing at Mount... Read more
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Salon.com
Transformed by loss: Batman and the real-life heroic journey that inspired his creationSome researchers say that growth, or the perception of growth, might be influen
Transformed by loss: Batman and the real-life heroic journey that inspired his creation
Salon.com / Posted 4 days ago
Some researchers say that growth, or the perception of growth, might be influenced by culture. Americans in particular are bombarded with so many messages about the need to learn from and benefit from adverse experiences that trauma survivors here... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Roosevelt performance supports Kiwanis projectJoe Wiegand has been performing as Teddy Roosevelt since 2004. With ties to Nor
Roosevelt performance supports Kiwanis project
Daily Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
Joe Wiegand has been performing as Teddy Roosevelt since 2004. With ties to Northern Illinois University as a graduate assistant in the Center for Governmental Studies, Wiegand brings Teddy Roosevelt to DeKalb County to help raise funds for the... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Baxter Black: Team tyingI happened to be at the National Finals Rodeo in 1988 when Leo Camarillo and pa
Baxter Black: Team tying
Craig Daily Press / Posted 6 days ago
I happened to be at the National Finals Rodeo in 1988 when Leo Camarillo and partner roped their steer in five seconds flat! It ranked in my mind with John Alden pitoning up Plymouth Rock or Neil Armstrong making angels in the moon dust! I was there... Read more
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WRCB Chattanooga
Dr. Red Duke, acclaimed surgeon who attended JFK, dies at 86by M. ALEX JOHNSON Dr. James "Red" Duke, the acclaimed trauma surgeon who init
Dr. Red Duke, acclaimed surgeon who attended JFK, dies at 86
WRCB Chattanooga / Posted 8 days ago
by M. ALEX JOHNSON Dr. James "Red" Duke, the acclaimed trauma surgeon who initially treated President John F. Kennedy and was credited with saving the life of Texas Gov. John Connally from assassin Lee Harvey Oswald's bullets, died Tuesday at 86,... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Dr. "Red" Duke Passes away(CNN) - Dr. James "Red" Duke, the acclaimed trauma surgeon who initially treate
Dr. "Red" Duke Passes away
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 8 days ago
(CNN) - Dr. James "Red" Duke, the acclaimed trauma surgeon who initially treated President John F. Kennedy and was credited with saving the life of Texas Gov. John Connally from assassin Lee Harvey Oswald's bullets, died Tuesday at 86, his family... Read more
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CBS Sports
Life after football deathThe pictures occupy a permanent place on the table in the Sheelys' suburban Mar
Life after football death
CBS Sports / Posted 8 days ago
The pictures occupy a permanent place on the table in the Sheelys' suburban Maryland home, where the blinds are drawn. There is no new normal for two parents as they approach the fourth anniversary of their son's death from traumatic head injuries... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
Minding+My+Business+With+Hornets+Senior+VP%2fArena+%26+Event+Operations+Donna+JulianPosition: Hornets Senior VP/Arena & Event Operations and Time Warner Cable Aren
Minding+My+Business+With+Hornets+Senior+VP%2fArena+%26+Event+Operations+Donna+Julian
Sports Business Daily / Posted 9 days ago
Position: Hornets Senior VP/Arena & Event Operations and Time Warner Cable Arena GM Focusing on right now: Preparing for the '17 NBA All-Star Game and renovations including suites and restaurants. Best advice: Fast decisions are not always good... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
Fish sandwich cabarets shaped Charleston's culinary historyThroughout the 19th century, black chefs and caterers served a very cosmopolita
Fish sandwich cabarets shaped Charleston's culinary history
Charleston City Paper / Posted 9 days ago
Throughout the 19th century, black chefs and caterers served a very cosmopolitan sort of Southern cuisine at the great hotels and restaurants of Charleston. Individuals such as Nat Fuller, a slave who owned the Bachelor's Retreat, catered to the... Read more
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The Gadsden Times
Trump no buffoonWhat people are looking for is someone who knows the problems, how to deal with
Trump no buffoon
The Gadsden Times / Posted 9 days ago
What people are looking for is someone who knows the problems, how to deal with them and is willing to do so after being elected. The establishment will not do anything that is not “politically correct, “does not do anything which might upset the... Read more
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FOX News
Ed Burns: Pit-bull fighting great-great grandfather big impetus behind 'Public Morals'Ed Burns returns to his native New York in the new TNT drama “Public Morals,” p
Ed Burns: Pit-bull fighting great-great grandfather big impetus behind 'Public Morals'
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
Ed Burns returns to his native New York in the new TNT drama “Public Morals,” premiering August 25. The actor/director told FOX411 his love of his hometown, working with Steven Spielberg and what his great-great grandfather used to do. FOX411: So... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Castellanos: Unicorns, Donald Trump and 2016Has there ever been a more interesting presidential contest than this one? A fe
Castellanos: Unicorns, Donald Trump and 2016
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 11 days ago
Has there ever been a more interesting presidential contest than this one? A few observations, as random as the race itself: 1. "Never trust a man who combs his hair straight from his left armpit." Alice Roosevelt, daughter of Teddy Roosevelt. 2.... Read more
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The Atlantic
Hillary Clinton's Blunt View of Social ProgressIn the push for social progress, which comes first: changed hearts or changed l
Hillary Clinton's Blunt View of Social Progress
The Atlantic / Posted 13 days ago
In the push for social progress, which comes first: changed hearts or changed laws? Hillary Clinton answered this question in the course of her quasi-private meeting with activists from the Black Lives Matter movement, and she came down firmly on... Read more
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The Memphis Daily News
The Remarkable Life of Dr. Richard BriggsWhile Campfield had made the state the butt of many jokes on shows like Letterm
The Remarkable Life of Dr. Richard Briggs
The Memphis Daily News / Posted 14 days ago
While Campfield had made the state the butt of many jokes on shows like Letterman and The Daily Show, Briggs is a politician of another stripe, a conservative to be sure, but one who appears content to stay under the radar, at least for now. A... Read more
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The News & Observer
The GOP's politics of ‘No’ is now ‘Uh, oh’ | News & Observer August 20, 2015 Donald Trump has shaken up the GOP Repu
The GOP's politics of ‘No’ is now ‘Uh, oh’
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
| News & Observer August 20, 2015 Donald Trump has shaken up the GOP Republican candidates have nothing positive to say If they don’t shape up, they’ll be... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Want real adventure and true excitement? Get married!One of he most frequent reasons we hear from the Millennial generation for want
Want real adventure and true excitement? Get married!
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
One of he most frequent reasons we hear from the Millennial generation for wanting to avoid marriage or at least delay it for a long time is that they still want excitement, independence, freedom and adventure in their lives. So let’s just hit it... Read more
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Daily News
Environmentalism’s Racist HistoryMadison Grant (Yale College 1887, Columbia Law School) liked to be photographed
Environmentalism’s Racist History
Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
Madison Grant (Yale College 1887, Columbia Law School) liked to be photographed with a fedora, or just his dauntingly long head, tilted about thirty degrees to the right. He belonged, like his political ally Teddy Roosevelt, to a Manhattan... Read more
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NJ Biz
Close Up: Philip Portantino of Peapack-Gladstone BankExecutive vice president and director of human capital for Peapack-Gladstone Ba
Close Up: Philip Portantino of Peapack-Gladstone Bank
NJ Biz / Posted 19 days ago
Executive vice president and director of human capital for Peapack-Gladstone Bank THE RESUMENew position: Executive vice president and director of human capital for Peapack-Gladstone Bank. What you do: Work to ensure the bank can achieve its... Read more
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La Prensa San Diego
Conservative Myopia and the Latino VoteMy followers might be surprised to hear me list things I appreciate about polit
Conservative Myopia and the Latino Vote
La Prensa San Diego / Posted 21 days ago
My followers might be surprised to hear me list things I appreciate about political conservatism. Every summer, I admire the national parks that might never have been preserved without the vision of Teddy Roosevelt. I appreciate that Eisenhower stood... Read more
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Deseret News
Charles Koch raising corporate welfare issue heading into presidential electionsAn influential figure in business and political circles recently made headlines
Charles Koch raising corporate welfare issue heading into presidential elections
Deseret News / Posted 22 days ago
An influential figure in business and political circles recently made headlines by calling for an end to “corporate cronyism,” saying, “Where I believe we need to start in reforming welfare is eliminating welfare for the wealthy. That means stopping... Read more
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The Christian Post
Trump's Tower of Babel (Part 2): Boundless ArroganceTo whom shall we liken Donald Trump? Nimrod, founder of Babel, and Teddy Roose
Trump's Tower of Babel (Part 2): Boundless Arrogance
The Christian Post / Posted 22 days ago
To whom shall we liken Donald Trump? Nimrod, founder of Babel, and Teddy Roosevelt, 26th president of the United States, we suggested in Part 1. All are noted tower-builders — Nimrod and Trump in a literal as well as figurative sense, and Roosevelt... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Santa Feans for Whom? Putting the lout back in cloutI don’t normally write about national politics in my column, but my editor says
Santa Feans for Whom? Putting the lout back in clout
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 23 days ago
I don’t normally write about national politics in my column, but my editor says I owe you full disclosure, so here it is. I’ve recently become chairman of Santa Feans for Donald Trump, and, friends, I’m asking for your support. You may wonder what... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Anti-corruption candidate for 2016Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig announced Tuesday that he is exploring a
Anti-corruption candidate for 2016
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 24 days ago
Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig announced Tuesday that he is exploring a run in the 2016 presidential election. He intends to put the pressure on Democrats to make fundamental changes to our electoral system, most significantly on the topic of... Read more
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Mashable
Honor Robin Williams by streaming these movies and TV shows todayImage: Dan Steinberg/Invision/AP/Associated Press One year ago today, Robin Wi
Honor Robin Williams by streaming these movies and TV shows today
Mashable / Posted 24 days ago
Image: Dan Steinberg/Invision/AP/Associated Press One year ago today, Robin Williams took his own life. Thankfully, the veteran comedian and actor left behind an enormous body of work — he appeared in more than 100 films and TV shows, including one,... Read more
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The Christian Post
Trump's Tower of Babel (Part 1): Roosevelt's RoostTo whom shall we liken Donald Trump? Now that we have seen The Donald in a deb
Trump's Tower of Babel (Part 1): Roosevelt's Roost
The Christian Post / Posted 24 days ago
To whom shall we liken Donald Trump? Now that we have seen The Donald in a debate environment where the Great Singularity has had to match his immense gravitational exertion with the forces of other personalities, how do we perceive him? The... Read more
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WA Today
Robin Williams, a year on: how the world is remembering himRobin Williams' final performance, where he plays a depressed banker, in Boulev
Robin Williams, a year on: how the world is remembering him
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
Robin Williams' final performance, where he plays a depressed banker, in Boulevard, is particularly poignant. Has it really been a year since Robin Williams died? Somehow the world spun on without Williams' special brand of comic genius in it. But... Read more
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The Age
Robin Williams, a year on: how the world is remembering himRobin Williams' final performance, where he plays a depressed banker, in Boulev
Robin Williams, a year on: how the world is remembering him
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
Robin Williams' final performance, where he plays a depressed banker, in Boulevard, is particularly poignant. Has it really been a year since Robin Williams died? Somehow the world spun on without Williams' special brand of comic genius in it. But... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Robin Williams, a year on: how the world is remembering himRobin Williams' final performance, where he plays a depressed banker, in Boulev
Robin Williams, a year on: how the world is remembering him
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Robin Williams' final performance, where he plays a depressed banker, in Boulevard, is particularly poignant. Has it really been a year since Robin Williams died? Somehow the world spun on without Williams' special brand of comic genius in it. But... Read more
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Canberra Times
Robin Williams, a year on: how the world is remembering himRobin Williams' final performance, where he plays a depressed banker, in Boulev
Robin Williams, a year on: how the world is remembering him
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
Robin Williams' final performance, where he plays a depressed banker, in Boulevard, is particularly poignant. Has it really been a year since Robin Williams died? Somehow the world spun on without Williams' special brand of comic genius in it. But... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Tuesday marks one year since death of Robin WilliamsTuesday will mark the one year anniversary of the Robin William’s death. Willi
Tuesday marks one year since death of Robin Williams
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 24 days ago
Tuesday will mark the one year anniversary of the Robin William’s death. Williams died August 11, 2014 in his California home after he took his own life. He was 63. Robin Williams attends the CW, CBS And Showtime 2013 Summer TCA Party on July 29,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
A hunter/environmentalist alliance?When I first went to Nairobi two decades ago, I made a point of staying at the
A hunter/environmentalist alliance?
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
When I first went to Nairobi two decades ago, I made a point of staying at the venerable Norfolk Hotel, a colonial-era establishment that hosted Teddy Roosevelt and entourage on his 1909 post-presidential visit before they set off on safari. Though... Read more
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Denver Post
Best: 100This is the 100th anniversary of the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park,
Best: 100
Denver Post / Posted 26 days ago
This is the 100th anniversary of the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park, which is one of Colorado's most valuable assets. From the Wild Basin to the Mummy Range, and from Moraine Park to the Never Summer Range, it's a large chunk of magnificent... Read more
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The Advocate
When you bag the wrong lionOnce Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer had been fingered for killing a Zimbabwean
When you bag the wrong lion
The Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
Once Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer had been fingered for killing a Zimbabwean lion, it was inevitable that Louisiana dentist James Palmer would get death threats. Same goes for Wisconsin dentist Mathew Palmer. The first names and states may be... Read more
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Naples Daily News
After protected lion's demise, big-game hunters on the defensiveJim Derhaag is a big-game trophy hunter — and proud of it. At his office in Sh
After protected lion's demise, big-game hunters on the defensive
Naples Daily News / Posted 27 days ago
Jim Derhaag is a big-game trophy hunter — and proud of it. At his office in Shakopee, Minn., scores of game animals are on display: a stuffed Russian brown bear looms over his desk, a lion gazes out from tufts of savanna grass, and a tawny leopard... Read more
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The Hindu
Aseem Shrivastava on Cecil the lion's murderOn Cecil’s murder and what it means “All wholesome food is caught without a ne
Aseem Shrivastava on Cecil the lion's murder
The Hindu / Posted 27 days ago
On Cecil’s murder and what it means “All wholesome food is caught without a net or a trap.”— William Blake, Proverbs of Hell “To think of these stars that you see overhead at night, these vast worlds which we can never reach. I would annex the... Read more
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The Christian Post
Cecil the Lion: Pride and PrejudiceFull disclosure: I don't hunt much. It's not my thing. But I have friends who h
Cecil the Lion: Pride and Prejudice
The Christian Post / Posted 27 days ago
Full disclosure: I don't hunt much. It's not my thing. But I have friends who hunt birds. I understand at some level why they like it. Doves and ducks just seem to be asking for it. My friends call it a sport. It's not a sport. A sport is where both... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Whatever happened to the GOP?Like Mitt Romney, I grew up in Michigan and still believe the trees there to be
Whatever happened to the GOP?
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 28 days ago
Like Mitt Romney, I grew up in Michigan and still believe the trees there to be “just the right height.” I grew up in Jackson where one of the singular glories of boyhood was playing Cowboys and Indians on a citadel of smooth boulders heaped high... Read more
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The Amboy News
Amboy News Singing Bird Chautaugua: Reviving a local tradition at Grist MillFRANKLIN GROVE � Join the Franklin Grove Creek & Preservation Corporation (FGC&
Amboy News Singing Bird Chautaugua: Reviving a local tradition at Grist Mill
The Amboy News / Posted 28 days ago
FRANKLIN GROVE � Join the Franklin Grove Creek & Preservation Corporation (FGC&PC) in the inaugural year of the Singing Bird Chautauqua held at the Franklin Creek Grist Mill on Saturday, Aug. 15 and Sunday, Aug. 15. Taking a step back in time, this... Read more
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