A mass grave containing the remains of babies and children has been discovered at a former Catholic orphanage in Ireland where it has been alleged up to 800 died, government-appointed investigators said on Friday.
Jim W. Dean – Putin hits another home run, leaving the Obama White house crew cut off at the knees, by their own hand. As for CNN, it is no longer even an embarrassment. It is beyond that.
This is why you should double-check any media reports involving images of “wounded children” in Syria. The Egyptian police have prevented another fake story from appearing on your screens. Watch how those fakes are crafted.
The journalist’s sentence is related to a 2014 incident in which prosecutors uncovered trucks belonging to MIT, Turkey’s national security agency, smuggling weapons for rebels across the border to Syria.
Turkish border guards have reportedly shot dead eight Syrians, most of them women and children, who were attempting to flee violence in their conflict-stricken country.
The main objective of the Veterans Service Office is to provide prevention, protection, advocacy and support services to veterans and their families so they can maximize their quality of life, well-being and potential.
…by Masud Wadan, for Veterans Today With a glance at Afghan plights, one can have a picture of the troubled state of Afghan children they live in. When a territory’s presidency is at potential risk of raid by insurgents, how we expect them of protecting our children? I can ask what single masterwork it has […]
Harriet Sherwood Religion correspondent, UK Guardian Children from religious families are less kind and more punitive than those from non-religious households, according to a new study. Academics from seven universities across the world studied Christian, Muslim and non-religious children to test the relationship between religion and morality. They found that religious belief is a negative […]
This makes clear New York City places a higher value on deadly religious superstitions than it does on the lives of innocent children.
You see, there is an entire federal agency with the misleading title of Child Protective Services (CPS) that is dedicated to kidnapping and then heavily drugging our children and even our babies.
Fox has always wanted kids to have more “special love”…
During Troy Reynolds’ 24-year post-Army career, he has risen from teaching theater to overseeing curriculum at a Houston-area school district. But he has never sought the top job in his field, superintendent.
We have elitist politicians who refuse to allow their own sons and daughters to attend public schools, yet they continue to fight voucher programs and charter school experiments for the rest of us.
Will world leaders head to Gaza and demand that Israel end the occupation? Will they pick up a history book on Israel’s terrorism?
It wasn’t America’s enemies that killed those children. It was US.
I recently returned from Syria, where I attended an International Conference on Terrorism and Religious Extremism sponsored by the Syrian Ministry of Justice (see my previous post on the event here), and where I had a chance to experience just a small taste of what life is like in a country under siege by a menace so evil it is the stuff of nightmares.
The UN Report published earlier this week on the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Ghouta area of Damascus on Aug. 21, 2013 has clarified many issues but left the key questions unanswered: who committed the attack and who are the victims?
On April 5, 2013, a 14-year-old boy with American and Palestinian citizenship was arrested by Israel; on April 11 he reached the military court at the Ofer Prison. It was an event which this website wouldn’t have missed the opportunity to comment on it; yet, that didn’t happen. Three days afterwards, Al Jazeera came out with the story, titling it “Israel arrests 14-year-old US citizen.”
The anomalies involving Sandy Hook are beyond count. We have information from official sources that the US is investigating Sandy Hook as a terrorist attack and has made at least 4 arrests.