Jonel Jones has special reason to pause and reflect today, the anniversary of the horrific attacks on the World Trade Center. "My father was a firefighter," the Lake Worth native told New Times. "The sacrifices made that day, I really felt them." The aftermath of the attacks also have a special mea ... More >>
The tragic events of September 11, 2011, happened 12 years ago this morning, but the memories and pain remain fresh in many Americans' minds. Particularly, on the minds of Marriott Hotel chains, which chose to commemorate the memory of those fallen by giving away free coffee! And muffins! YAY! Bu ... More >>
Harriet Tubmanâ€‹Rep. Allen West is doing some really important work today, hosting what he calls a "controversial screening" of a movie about how scary Muslims are.The film is called Sacrificed Survivors: The Untold Story of the Ground Zero Mega Mosque, although it should really be called The Untol ... More >>
Newspapers are all about web hits. Web hits on stories generate buzz, they get the attention of advertisers, and they drive dollars. For the past several years, newspapers, including this one, have designed and redesigned their websites to maximize hits. While bells and whistles have been add ... More >>
via the APâ€‹In case you didn't catch the news on Friday, a New Jersey car dealer awarded a new car to Terry Jones, the Gainsville preacher who threatened to burn thousands of Muslim holy books on September 11. The gift, a 2011 Hyundai from Brad Benson, was in fulfillment of his promise to give Jone ... More >>
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