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George Washington: Tough general

In the decades prior to the Revolutionary War, tensions arose between the two largest global powers: Britain, led by King George II, and France, led by King Louis XV. Because of their alliances with other nations, fighting escalated into the first global war – the Seven Years War, or as it was called in America, […] ...

Investigation focuses on abortion death … of mother

  The objective of an abortion is to produce a death, but it’s not supposed to be the mother who dies, as happened in the case of Diamond Williams. The death of the 18-year-old two years ago remains under investigation by her family, who are awaiting critically important paperwork. Operation Rescue, a prominent pro-life organization that once bought a […] ...

Astronauts: Much braver than anyone realizes

“Godspeed, John Glenn,” radioed backup-pilot Scott Carpenter from the blockhouse as the rockets fired up on Feb. 20, 1962. Astronaut John Glenn piloted Friendship 7, America’s first mission to orbit the earth. Later that year, President Kennedy stated at Rice University in Houston, Sept. 12, 1962: “Space is there and we’re going to climb it, […] ...

Court slaps university hard for denying student due process

Much concern has been raised in recent years about due process for college and university students brought to account on various accusations, including sexual assault and harassment, by campus panels. In many instances, the accused are not allowed lawyers or witnesses, or to question witnesses, as they would be in a court of law. Now, the University of […] ...