People across the US are voicing strong opposition to Muslim building plans. Just this past week, residents of the small north Texas town of Farmerville turned out in force at a community meeting to protest a planned Muslim cemetery.
Once again Ferguson Missouri is in the news. After another round protests over last year's shooting of thug Michael Brown by what some have described as 'rabble rousers" and "imported activists," a group known as The Oath Keepers have taken to the streets of the embattled Missouri town to protect reporters with a conservative media outlet.
Our area is famous for visitors; last year over a million people came to the beaches and shores of our semi-tropical paradise. One thing most want when they get here is a great seafood dinner and to many that includes delicious, gourmet oysters since few delicacies suggest the sea better than a platter of fresh-shucked oysters.
Last week, we published an article about Burmese Pythons invading the Florida Everglades. Well, Florida is not the only place where the encroachment of invasive non-native species is causing serious problems for native fauna.
An American battlefield icon is facing retirement; the M16 rifle, long the stalwart infantry weapon is being phased out by the US Marine Corps.
The divisive politics of racism continues unabated in Florida and has now invaded the public school system personnel policies.
TODAY MARKS 70 years since the U.S launched the nuclear age by dropping "Little Boy" on Hiroshima, Japan, in a bid to end World War II.
The second largest Blue Marling ever taken on rod and reel was just caught off the coast of Kona, Hawaii. by a man named Guy making the headline to this story a novel twist.
Officials with the American Border Patrol Union told their agents on the border not to meet with Presidential candidate Donald Trump last Thursday because they feared a loss of jobs if Trump was successful in fulfilling one of his platforms for office - stopping illegal immigrants from crossing our borders.
The use of the legal system by those who control and legislate it to intrude and limit fair access for common citizens continues unabated. The state of Georgia has just sued Carl Malamud, a former ABS Journal Legal Rebel who operates a non-profit for the purposes of providing free access to public records online, for publishing Georgia's Annotated Legal Statutes.