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Connecticut uses court bills, arrest to retaliate against politically active parents

Connecticut uses court bills, arrest to retaliate against politically active parents

Glastonbury father Peter Symonik has good reason to believe that Judge Elizabeth Bozzuto’s decision to hold him in contempt and issue a warrant for his arrest for failing to pay his $9,600 family court guardian ad litem bill was politically motivated.

A Scud missile displayed in Raqqa, Syria, this week by ISIS is “more propaganda than operational”

Can ISIS get access to nuclear weapons through Pakistan?

CHARLOTTE, N.C., November 25, 2014 – The United States and its Western allies have capitulated to Iran, extending talks designed to limit the Iranian nuclear weapons program. The Iranians got precisely what they wanted, which is more time to develop their nuclear arsenal. At the same time, a potentially more dangerous result may be developing in another Muslim country

An explosive situation

Iran nuclear talks fail, deadline reset

WASHINGTON, November 24, 2014 — The November 24 deadline for a nuclear accord between Iran and the West came today with the two sides still divided by numerous technical issues. They agreed to push the deadline back by seven months. Secretary of State John Kerry said that “real and substantial progress” has been made to

Military in prayer / Image: Wikimedia Commons

Military directives in Europe may be dire warning for the future

CHARLOTTE, N.C., November 19, 2014 — Anyone who has ever visited the American Cemetery at Omaha Beach in Normandy, France knows all too well what a hallowed place it is. For all the grief the French receive about being rude to foreigners, there is one place you will never see the French disrespect what their Western allies