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ENTERTAINMENT

Crowder, We the Kingdom headlines Winter Jam 2021, set for 4 shows

Winter Jam Tour Weekend 2021 is coming and Christian music’s premiere multi-artist annual outing will headline GRAMMY®-nominated singer/songwriter Crowder with We Are Kingdom, hip-hop rapper KB, Colton Dixon, Riley Clemmons, JJ Weeks, Apollo LTD and Winter Jam founders NewSong. “I am so excited about this Winter Jam Weekend we have

HUMAN INTEREST

Tarpon Springs woman, Jeanie Seaver, wins U.S. Amateur Pool Championship

Jeanie Seaver of Tarpon Springs, Fla., recently won the 2020-2021 Women’s U.S. Amateur Pool Championship.  Seaver bested a field of the top amateur poolplayers from across the United States to win the sport’s most prestigious amateur women’s title. The U.S. Amateur Championship was produced and conducted by the American Poolplayers

CRIME

North Fort Myers man, John Armstrong, sentenced to 35 years for armed robberies

A 32-year-old North Fort Myers, Florida man was sentenced to 35 years in federal prison for two bank robberies, an attempted bank robbery, a Hobbs Act robbery, and three counts of brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence. John Armstrong had pleaded guilty on September 22, 2020. Armstrong’s co-defendants, Tanya

James Lapin NOT GUILTY of threats against a member of Congress, Media ignores verdict

News that United States Attorney Maria Chapa Lopez indicted James Lapin of threatening to assault a member of Congress went viral and proved to be riddled with false information. Now, as of March 11, Lapin can stand upright, innocent of all charges, and works to clear his name. The ruling

California man, Benjamin Tucker Patz, faces up to 5 years for threatening Tampa Bay Rays players

The U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Middle District of Florida announced Wednesday that 24-year-old Napa, California man, Benjamin Tucker Patz pleaded guilty to transmitting threats in interstate or foreign commerce. According to the plea agreement, on July 20, 2019, the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team lost a home game to the Chicago

SPORTS

Tarpon Springs woman, Jeanie Seaver, wins U.S. Amateur Pool Championship

Jeanie Seaver of Tarpon Springs, Fla., recently won the 2020-2021 Women’s U.S. Amateur Pool Championship.  Seaver bested a field of the top amateur poolplayers from across the United States to win the sport’s most prestigious amateur women’s title. The U.S. Amateur Championship was produced and conducted by the American Poolplayers

National News

James Lapin NOT GUILTY of threats against a member of Congress, Media ignores verdict

News that United States Attorney Maria Chapa Lopez indicted James Lapin of threatening to assault a member of Congress went viral and proved to be riddled with false information. Now, as of March 11, Lapin can stand upright, innocent of all charges, and works to clear his name. The ruling

Politics

Florida sues Biden Administration over Shutdown of Cruise Industry

Florida is suing the Biden Administration in federal district court to overturn the unlawful “Conditional Sailing Order” enacted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “We must allow our cruise liners and their employees to get back to work and safely set sail again,” said Governor Ron DeSantis.

World News

Canada: Minimum wage increases do little to lower poverty rates according to study

According to a new study from the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank, despite claims to the contrary, minimum wage increases do little to lower poverty rates and can actually hurt low-income workers. “As an anti-poverty tool, minimum wage hikes are largely ineffective and can actually hurt

OPINION/ANALYSIS/REVIEWS

  • Fauci stumbles over Texas

    Remember when Texas Governor Greg Abbott officially repealed its mask mandate one month ago? The governor and the state got slammed by “public health” officials all around. One notable voice was the mostly exalted, yet oft incorrect, Dr Anthony Fauci who called Texas’s move a “concern.” “We understand people’s need to

  • Everything is infrastructure: Kirsten Gillibrand redefines the word

    The progressive left has a long history of redefining words to meet some larger, insidious government policy goal. The propagandization has included pro-choice or reproductive health as a more comforting replacement for pro-abortion or undocumented immigrant in place of  illegal alien. Despite the softer sounds, it hardly changes the reality

  • Great YouTube finds: Amazing Japanese musicians

    There is no doubt that YouTube has it’s drawbacks if you are a creator, just ask Steven Crowder, if you don’t follow the prescribed speech and ideology; however, the video channel offers a lot to the viewer. For this devourer of content, I enjoy long run interviews, debate videos and

  • Fear-mongering continues: ‘Impending doom’ and ‘almost in a new pandemic’

    The fear-mongering continues with the political class and TV class public health experts as two more of that ilk went on national television to make outlandish statements. First, a few days ago the new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Rochelle Walensky had some very

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