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National Cancer Survivors Day: How you can help scientists find a cure

(Photo courtesy Beth Yorn, creator of Elisabeth Bell Jewelry)

Sunday, June 7, is National Cancer Survivors Day. Just when you thought all of the days of the year were taken up by obscure organizations, this day has been around for… Continue reading

Liberal media mocks Republican presidential candidates with "clown car" diss

Republicans never win with the media. Nominate a rich, old, white guy and media outlets complain he’s old and out of touch. Have the most vibrant and diverse field of candidates either party might have had in history? It’s a… Continue reading

Vince Vaughn is right about guns (and was brave to be so honest)

Things are definitely changing when it comes to the gun debate in America. “True Detective” star Vince Vaughn’s recent comments on mass shootings and killers looking for places “to slaughter defenceless human beings” might be considered controversial coming from someone… Continue reading

Supremo de EEUU: Amenazar en Facebook no es razón suficiente para ir a cárcel

Washington, 1 jun (EFEUSA).- Emitir comentarios amenazantes en forma de rap en la red Facebook no es suficiente para considerar que existe una amenaza real y sentenciar a alguien a prisión, dictaminó hoy el Tribunal Supremo en su primer fallo… Continue reading

The kindness of strangers: How donations to small foundations benefit cancer research

Dodged another bullet. I am grateful that my CT scan this week showed “no change,” which means that the cancer in my liver is stable, not growing. This Phase One study drug has truly been remarkable for me. It has… Continue reading

El Supremo de EE.UU. dice que amenazar en Facebook no es razón suficiente para ir a la cárcel

Washington – Emitir comentarios amenazantes en forma de rap en la red Facebook no es suficiente para considerar que existe una amenaza real y sentenciar a alguien a prisión, dictaminó hoy el Tribunal Supremo de EE.UU. en su primer fallo… Continue reading

Foundations plan to pay news media to cover radical UN agenda

Oct. 16, 2012: U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (L), U.N. Foundation founder and chairman Ted Turner (C) and former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan pose as they celebrate the 15th anniversary of Turner’s historic $1 billion gift to the U.N. at the… Continue reading

America’s Dog: Jasper and the book tour that never ends

When I wrote my new book “And the Good News Is…” I fended off attempts by others to cut out parts about my dog Jasper (I have been known to go on and on about him, I know). I’m glad… Continue reading

Republicans embrace new social media tech, in drive to 2016

FILE: April 28, 2015: Probable 2016 GOP presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (white shirt) poses for a selfie during a town hall meeting in San Juan, Puerto, Rico. (REUTERS)

Republican presidential hopefuls trying to break from the… Continue reading

Power Play: Clinton campaigns on trust?

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Power Play: Clinton campaigns on trust?
May. 01, 2015 – 6:32 – Scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton’s strategy to combat voter distrust: Champion a call for trust in government. Can she pull that off? The Washington Examiner’s David Drucker,… Continue reading