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Several hundred Moroccans, Algerians and Pakistanis stormed a border crossing area between Greece and Macedonia last Thursday. They tore down a large portion of a barbed wire fence at the crossing that had been put up to insure refugees went through the lawful checkpoints. Most of the violent protestors were Muslims who demanded they be allowed to carry on into northern Europe where they planned to seek Asylum.

Published in General/Features

The U.S. on Monday ordered a slight increase in the level of renewable fuels that must be blended with gasoline. And neither biofuel nor oil producers seem particularly happy about it.

Published in Environment

There, right in the midst of our lives, is that which satisfies the craving for inequality, and acts as a permanent reminder that medicine is not food. Hence a man’s reaction to monarchy is a kind of test. Monarchy can easily be debunked;' but watch the faces, mark the accents of the debunkers. These are the men whose tap-root in Eden has been cut: whom no rumor of the polyphony, the dance, can reach - men to whom pebbles laid in a row are more beautiful than an arch. Yet even if they desire equality, they cannot reach it. Where men are forbidden to honor a king they honor millionaires, athletes or film-stars instead: even famous prostitutes or gangsters. For spiritual nature, like bodily nature, will be served; deny it food and it will gobble poison.

CS Lewis

Published in Op Ed

Thus no member of the commonwealth can have a hereditary privilege as against his fellow-subjects; and no-one can hand down to his descendants the privileges attached to the rank he occupies in the commonwealth, nor act as if he were qualified as a ruler by birth and forcibly prevent others from reach¬ing the higher levels of the hierarchy through their own merit. He may hand down everything else, so long as it is material and not pertaining to his person, for it may be acquired and disposed of as property and may over a series of generations create considerable inequalities in wealth among the mem¬bers of the commonwealth. But he may not prevent his sub¬ordinates from raising themselves to his own level if they are able and entitled to do so by their talent, industry and good fortune. If this were not so, he would be allowed to practice coercion without himself being subject to coercive counter-measures from others, and would thus be more than their fellows.

Emmanuel Kant

Published in Op Ed

In recent weeks, as Ben Carson began to slip in national polls of the Republican presidential primary field, volunteers at New Day for America, the super-PAC backing Ohio Governor John Kasich, began calling Carson backers in New Hampshire who might be open to Kasich as a second or third choice. But these weren’t just shots in the dark. They were equipped with a target list of voters identified as social anchors—people who are particularly influential within their personal networks, based on information culled from yearbooks, church lists, sports rosters, and other sources nationwide.

Published in Politics

Sun Bay forward: For those looking to experience another side of Florida, away from the bustling Florida beaches, we offer up this article that provides details on a unique experience and with ethnic flavor offered by a short instate trip up to the Tampa region. Several Puerto Rican holidays taking place later this month provide an excellent opportunity for those looking for a different take on their Christmas vacation.

Published in Lifestyle


Texans continue to launch public outcries against the arrival of Muslims in their towns and neighborhoods. Just last week, on Wednesday, the “public” part of the outcry took on an expanded meaning as the principle organizer for a recent event where Americans were armed to protest a mosque and Muslim influence in Irving, Texas, published an online listing of names and addresses of Muslims and Muslim sympathizers.

Published in General/Features

Since he was nine years old, Air Force Airman 1st Class Adeola Adeboyejo, an outbound assignment technician with the 92nd Force Support Squadron, has been working toward his dream of becoming a pilot. Adeboyejo grew up in Nigeria and had a seemingly normal upbringing, despite being born into royalty.

Published in General/Features


Before the Board of County Commissioners kicked off their regular meeting this past Tuesday, December 1st, the took to the steps of the Lee County Courthouse in downtown Fort Myers in order to commemorate the landmark’s 100th anniversary. The Commissioners had a few words for the public in attendance, and joined in a chorus of the “happy birthday” song to commemorate the occasion. Afterwards, the gathered crowd went inside to view some memorabilia that was on display, telling the storied history of the building.

Published in Business


 A contingent of U.S. soldiers has helped to strengthen capacity among African partner-nations and assisted them to work together in confronting joint security challenges on the continent.

Published in General/Features

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