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Power Play: Granite State battleground

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Power Play: Granite State battleground
Aug. 14, 2015 – 5:03 – With the likes of Trump, Bush, Kasich and more, New Hampshire is sure to be a raucous battleground. The Huffington Post’s Paige Lavender and the Washington… Continue reading

Why this libertarian (and others) love immigration

Yikes, you really hate me!
Many of you, anyway, based on Twitter and Facebook comments posted after I argued immigration with Ann Coulter on my TV show.
“Move into an illegal-heavy neighborhood and get back to us!”
“Another libertarian who… Continue reading

Can comedy save your marriage?

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Can comedy save your marriage?
Aug. 03, 2015 – 6:41 – Laughter can make you feel good, and give your health and your mood a boost. But did you know it could also help your marriage? Dr.… Continue reading

Major Garrett dares to ask Obama about Americans still held in Iran and liberal media freaks out

Journalists are supposed to “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” Except when the comfortable guy is liberal President Barack Obama and the afflicted are four Americans trapped in Iranian jails.
Then when you ask that question, all hell breaks… Continue reading

Actor turned anti-ISIS fighter Michael Enright: ‘I don’t care about being famous’

Enright holding up an ISIS propaganda on rules for women’s dress taken down from a liberated village.

Enright with two female fighters from the YPG, one who was reportedly killed in action last month.

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It reads like a Hollywood… Continue reading

Ryan Reynolds talks new movie ‘Self/Less’

Ryan Reynolds stars in a sci-fi thriller for his latest flick “Self/Less” alongside Ben Kingsley in a story about a dying billionaire who has a secret organization transfer his mind into the body of another…and of course, there’s a catch.… Continue reading

U.S. Supreme Court upholds Arizona’s right to independent redistricting commission

WASHINGTON – In a blow to some lawmakers in the Grand Canyon state, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with Arizona’s system of having an independent commission redraw congressional districts.
The 5-4 outcome preserves efforts in 13 states to… Continue reading

Easy to swallow: The simple remedy that has replaced my blood pressure pills

It hasn’t been easy, but I have stepped up my exercise and gone back to meditation and yoga: techniques I had done regularly in the past.
I am a believer in the importance of sleep, yoga and meditation, but I… Continue reading

Life after loss: Reflecting on the impact an individual can make in others’ lives

Woody Fraser (left) and Hal Meyers (right) met 30 years ago and maintained a close friendship until Hal’s death in 2015.

My husband lost his best friend today: Hal Meyers, the salt of the earth. He was my dear friend,… Continue reading

Facing the statistics: What we can all learn from one mom battling cancer

This image shows metastasized human breast cancer cells (magnified 400 times, stained brown) in lymph nodes. (National Cancer Institute)

National Cancer Survivors Day has come and gone. This past Sunday was the 28th year set aside to celebrate worldwide the… Continue reading