Tag Archives: Karl Rove

Karl Rove: The Democrats' impeachment mania

It is easy to dismiss the impeachment efforts of Democratic Reps. Brad Sherman, Al Green and Maxine Waters as the actions of inconsequential backbenchers. Mr. Sherman argued in his July impeachment resolution that President Trump committed obstruction of justice by exercising his constitutional authority as head of the executive branch. The California lawmaker said it “seems likely that the president ...

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University of Virginia to remove Confederate plaques, ban open flames – Which Confederate statues were removed? A running list

The University of Virginia is removing Confederate plaques from its Rotunda, strengthening its ban on open flames and giving funds from an old KKK pledge to the Charlottesville violence victims as it grapples with the Aug. 11 white nationalist rally on its campus. The school’s student council signed on to a list of demands from a diverse group of students ...

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Fort Bragg soldiers charged in deadly NC parking lot shooting

Mug shots for (l. to r.) Ferris Brown, Javier Rashad Johnson and Daivon Tahjai Chambers.  (Fayetteville Police Department) Two Fort Bragg soldiers and a third man have been arrested and charged with murdering two men they allegedly were trying to rob in a North Carolina restaurant parking lot. Fayetteville Police Department announced Satureday the arrests of 20-year-old Ferris Brown, 19-year-old ...

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New strategy for Christians?

Editor’s note: The following is adapted from the author’s new book, “The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation” Sentinel (March 14, 2017).   The future of Christianity in the post-Christian West hangs in the balance.  If the faith is going to survive within churches and communities, then Christians are going to have to become far more ...

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Alpha women unable to love?

Editor’s note: The following column is adapted from the new book “The Alpha Female’s Guide to Men & Marriage” Post Hill Press (February 14, 2017). Like me, my mother was not a perfect wife. She was, however, a remarkable and compassionate woman. And she was fiercely devoted to my father, so much so that five years after he died, she ...

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Pruning tips for spring roses

 (Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design/Houzz) After the threat of frost has passed, hit the garden armed in your toughest clothes and sharpened pruners for the annual task of cutting back the roses. While gardeners may share different insights on the art of rose pruning, one thing is certain: While roses’ winter dormancy persists, it’s time to prune, ensuring ...

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When to replace home siding

 (Vinyl Siding Institute/Houzz)  (Vinyl Siding Institute/Houzz)  (Opal Enterprises Inc/Houzz) We’re always taught it’s what inside that matters. But when it comes to your house, that doesn’t always hold true. The exterior of your home is arguably just as important as the interior when it comes to looks. After all, it’s the first thing you see when you arrive home, and ...

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6 ways to cozy up this winter

By Melisa LaBancz-Bleasdale Published January 10, 2017  (My Sweet Savannah/Houzz)  (Andrea Braund Home Staging & Design/Houzz)  (Castro Design Studio/Houzz) It’s the time of year when the crisp evening air gives way to frosted morning windowpanes. It’s a season of get-togethers, hopefulness, wonder and warmth. At least it should be. If you’re not feeling the whole warm winter mood, perhaps you ...

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