“Breathe Easy; Don’t Break the Law” is a new t-shirt design featured at South Bend Uniform Company. Since Monday, the store has sold between 2,000 and 3,000 “Breathe Easy” shirts across the country and overseas to soldiers in Kuwait.
Two months after allegations surfaced that actor Stephen Collins, who played the pastor father on the family drama “7th Heaven,” allegedly confessed to exposing himself to young girls and having at least one instance of sexual contact with a minor, the star has broken his silence.
What the New Yorker is calling “Climate Change Carols” are a series of Christmas songs whose lyrics have been rewritten to focus on environmental issues, gutting the carols of any relationship to the season of Christ’s birth. Not only that, but the hope and joy characteristic of Christmas has also given way to gloom and doom.
Prisoner exchanges between hostile parties are as old as civilization, and there is nothing especially unique about swapping one hostage for another or something of commensurate value. Either both negotiating parties then walk away from the table and hostilities resume or they enter into further negotiations to permanently bury enmities that often involve mutual concessions.
Rubio told FOX News Obama had traded away concessions for “symbolic gestures.” Rubio added that, “Barack Obama is the worst negotiator that we’ve ever had… and maybe in the modern history of the country.”
The National Institutes of Health through its National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases has awarded $524,403 in taxpayer dollars to San Diego University to study diabetes and sexual orientation in women.
A US Army Lieutenant who deserted to join the French Foreign Legion has been jailed for four years following a court martial.
The founders of a new startup called Carry think the strangers-trusting-strangers model can be applied to package delivery. With their new platform, anyone looking to ship a package can upload a description of their item and a person with free time on their hands can act as a makeshift messenger.
An empty rifle shell. And yet, a student at Chanute Elementary School in Chanute, Kansas, was just suspended for five days for bringing one to school. His mom told The Chanute Tribune that Principal Gary Wheeler said her son got off easy. He could have given the boy 168 days to cool his heels.