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R.P. BenDedek
What Our Support of Terrorism Buys US
This 5 minute video is billed as all you need to know about Islam.
This is an interesting video making comparisons between what Arab Society was like before the radicalization of Islam and what it is like now and includes a look at Gaza before our beloved Hamas 'set the people free.'

Sep 14, 2014 - 12:02:35 AM

Down the Road
Crazy things happen
If you have --or can make up -- the answers to any of these questions, please let me know. I have to dash off and don't have time to dream up the answers. But there must be answers.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:25:35 AM

Guest Column
Cell Tower and Cell Phone Issues
Even though no scientific evidence currently establishes a definite link between cell tower and cell phone use and cancer or other illnesses, some consumers are skeptical of the science and/or the analysis that underlies existing exposure guidelines. Accordingly, some concerned parties recommend taking measures to further reduce exposure to radio frequencies or electromagnetic radiation energy. But some authorities do not see a need for these practices.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:22:27 AM

Kenneth Tellis
History should never be revised in order to placate anyone
For quite a while now the Harper regime in Ottawa has avoided telling Canadians of how Canada came into being after the Conquest of New France on September 12, 1760, when French Gouverneur Vaudreuil accepted the terms of the surrender of the territory of New France to Great Britain, as dictated by Major-General Jeffrey Amherst of the British Army at Montreal, New France.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:20:00 AM

Outdoors
Pro Angler Captures His Own Boat Sinking and Rescue
If you spend time on the water, what happened on September 4 to Pro Angler Chris Flint and Co-Angler Brett Walker may send a little shiver down your spine. The two were ending a day of fishing the Bassmaster Northern Open on Michigan's Lake St. Clair when they abandoned their sinking vessel and climbed aboard a nearby channel buoy for safety. To put it simply, their luck ran out.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:17:45 AM

M Stevens-David
'Columbia - The Seven' - Poem by Martha Stevens-David
Martha has published three books about her life growing up in Maine and today she presents a Poem. Martha Stevens-David is a prolific writer with many styles including Children's stories and murder mysteries.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:15:20 AM

Opinion
Say "NO" to Obama's lunatic pro-terrorist funding demands!
Obama's new demand for this half-billion dollars is just another outrageous attempt by a Jihadist-sympathizing incompetent to arm yet another gang of thugs with more U.S.-supplied weapons and cash, which they can, and will, use against us. We've seen this happen before. Arming "moderate terrorists" didn't work in 2013 and won't work now. Until recently, Obama refused to refer to the terror group as ISIS. Instead, he calls them ISIL. Why? Because the "S" in ISIS refers to "Syria" and the 'L" in ISIL refers to a new "Caliphate" called Levant - a large land mass which includes all of the land in Israel.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:12:18 AM

R.P. BenDedek
What's in the Book Basket This Week? Fiction, Non-Fiction and Somewhere in Between
In this week's book basket we list three book authors and their articles which were published at Magic City Morning Star this week as well as links to three book reviews that were published. As is the custom we list a number of new book releases and their publicity material, and this week there are 15 of them. They are: "Peter and the Boycott" by Yolanda L. Everett; "Hoax Springs Eternal: The Psychology of Cognitive Deception" by Professor Peter Hancock; "Billy Bowater" by E. C. Hanes; "Customer Experience: It's Not That Easy: Customer Experience Programs for B2B Companies" by Harry F. Bunn; "Surviving Prophesy: The Immortals" by Frances Howitt; "The Scroll" by Robert E. Emin; "Life Through the Mirror: Experience" by Philomena Ngwodo Uwaifo; "10 Minutes a Week to Great Meetings" by Joel D. Levitt; "A Sixth Sense" by Alastair Davie; "Lose Your Inches Without Losing Your Mind!" by Justine SanFilippo; "Hard Drive: A Family's Fight against Three Countries" by Mary Todd and Dr. Christina Villegas; "Wake Up -- God's Talking to You" By Manny Dean Fernandez; "Becoming Joey Fizz" Stuart A. McKeever; "The Permanent Establishment of Peace" by Al Lipold and "Retire Wealthy" by Eric D. Brotman
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:10:24 AM

International
21st anniversary of Oslo highlights the tragic Real Middle East
The 21st anniversary of Oslo highlights the tragic gap between the underlying assumption of the architects of Oslo – the New Middle East, transitioning to peace - and the Real Middle East. The Real Middle East is represented, most authentically, by the Arab Tsunami, which is gaining momentum, not transitioning toward democracy, in defiance of policy-makers, columnists and academicians who defined it as the Arab Spring.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:07:23 AM

Book Reviews
Milt Gross Book Review: "And Grant You Peace" by Kate Flora
A problem with writing this review is that the book is not as it actually would be -- in publishable form. A label on the front cover states, "Advance uncorrected proof," and that makes it hard to imagine the ready- to-sell copy. The author has written a number of crime mysteries of which one "has been optioned for a movie," according to a paragraph about her. The story involves a Muslim crime family and gang that carries out the mayhem and murder until the good-guy cop, Joe Burgess, puts a stop to it all and saves a heroine from death -- death by being tied to a chair with explosives set to make her next home Eternity.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:05:24 AM

Today in History
September 14 - Today in History
Today is September 14.  Here's what happened on this day in history.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:00:00 AM

Today in History
September 13 - Today In History
Today is September 13.  Here's what happened on this day in history.
Sep 13, 2014 - 12:00:00 AM

Features
How to Manage Your Talent: Five Realistic Tips for Success
With each performance booking and introduction, we came closer and closer to the "big one." So how did I know that he really had that "star quality?" and, how did I not give up even when Michael (Buble) doubted himself? In countless worldwide radio, TV and print interviews, one of the most common questions that I am asked is: "so, what does it really take to make it in the industry?" Or, phrased this way: "how do you know that you really have potential and talent?"
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:20:31 AM

Book Reviews
Martha Stevens-David Review: "Doomsday Marauders" by Kilkenny
I can't wait to tell all of my friends/relatives about this book because last night, as I lay me down to sleep, I found that sleep was a long time coming because my mind kept going back to "Kilkenny" and his dire predictions and quite frankly, his warnings scared the "beJesus" out of me! And I also think that what he had to say is absolutely the truth whether we like it or not.
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:17:14 AM

News
Commemoration of 9/11 at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station
Army General Charles 'Chuck' Jacoby, North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command Commander, opened the ceremony at the iconic Cold War-era installation by welcoming the distinguished visitors and asking the crowd to rise and recognize all of the first responders present.

Sep 12, 2014 - 9:15:26 AM

International
Here (Givat Oz veGaon) we are Building Tourism
It's hard to miss the tourist sign leading to Givat Oz veGaon, if only because of the picture of the three kidnapped youths that it bears and that causes a twinge in your heart. As soon as you leave your car, the smell of a Bnei Akiva camp fills the air, the smell of youth, summer, and everything that was taken from those three, as if it comes to compensate those who remain here.
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:12:17 AM

State
Michaud Discusses His Principles for VA Reform with Secretary McDonald
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Rep. Mike Michaud, Ranking Member on the Veterans' Affairs Committee, met this morning with Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald to discuss reforms that will improve the delivery of services and benefits to veterans and their families. Michaud released the following statement after today's meeting:
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:10:01 AM

M Stevens-David
Vengeance is Mine Pt 4
Sometimes, when all of her other patients were sound asleep, she'd slip into Mrs. Stanton's room and stand quietly by the door and look at her. There was something acutely familiar about the way the woman's face looked when in repose and it disturbed Mary Elizabeth that she couldn't figure out what it was that drew her to that particular patient.
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:07:36 AM

R.P. BenDedek
The fall out from President Obama's ISIS plan
President Obama has finally decided to take action agains 'IS' or ISIS as it was previously known, and the fallout of his announced plans is somewhat comical to read. It seems that just about everybody is complaining about his plans. Nobody, no country is happy with it, and once again everything is America's fault in the first place.
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:05:29 AM

Sports
15-Page "Boater's Guide To Winterizing" Offered by BoatUS
The downloadable brochure addresses the reasons for more than 95 percent of the freeze claims handled by the BoatUS Marine Insurance Program in the past decade. Included are chapters on: Storing your boat - The options and the tradeoffs; a Winterizing Checklist to use as the starting point for creating your own boat's winterizing list; Engines and Drives - The dos and don'ts; and Plumbing - Getting the water out, which is great for larger boats.
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:03:14 AM

National
Rep. Michaud Responds to President Obama's National Address on ISIS
"I support the President's plans to expand airstrikes against ISIS targets. It's also a positive sign that the President is asking for Congressional authority to arm and train forces within Syria to fight members of ISIS in their country, as this is clearly beyond the current scope of our operations. I will be attending a classified briefing tomorrow for Members of Congress, and I expect we will receive more comprehensive details that will be necessary as we consider the President's request.
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:00:38 AM

Today in History
September 12 - Today in History
Today is September 12. Here's what happened on this date in history.
Sep 12, 2014 - 12:00:00 AM

Today in History
September 11 - Today in History
Today is September 11.  Here's what happened on this date in history.
Sep 11, 2014 - 12:00:00 AM

Guest Column
Resolving Intergenerational Conflicts
In the next phase of the mediation, the mediator asked Tanya and Harold in turn to speak directly to each other, restating his or her understanding of the other's point of view. This phase continued until they both agreed that each one had fully understood the other's concerns. It enabled each of them to understand the disagreement from the other's perspective and ultimately to take responsibility for their own part in the dispute.
Sep 10, 2014 - 2:02:35 AM

Ed Feulner
The Encouraging Rise in School Choice
And as education expert Virginia Walden Ford notes in the "2014 Index of Culture and Opportunity," when we consider all school choice options -- deductions for homeschooling expenses, for example -- more than one million children are benefitting from choice in education. That's quite a jump to occur in just over a decade. ...This shouldn't surprise us one bit. It's only natural that parents would take advantage of the rise in school choice options to ensure that their kids were in the best schools possible.
Sep 10, 2014 - 2:00:29 AM

News
World's First Ranking Site for the Comic Book Universe
Los Angeles, CA -- September 9, 2014 -- Ranker.com, the world's number one platform for crowdsourced rankings of everything, is proud to announce the launch of Ranker Comics, an online hub for all things comics and the world's most epic fan wars. The new subsite within Ranker.com will be published in collaboration with TheRealStanLee.com, Stan Lee's World of Heroes, Comikaze Expo, and POW! Entertainment. It will consist of crowdsourced and votable rankings of every aspect of the Comic Book universe, from "Best Marvel Villains" to "15 Crazy Superhero Bitchslaps."
Sep 10, 2014 - 1:57:28 AM

Book Reviews
Martha Stevens-David Review: "Down the Drain with Jane" by Jane T. Braun
Having traveled to a few foreign countries and lived and dealt with peoples from lands other than America, I could easily relate to "Jane Tessitor Braun's story" as she gathered her young children and followed her husband and his career from one foreign country to the next. As a reader and fellow writer, I found Jane's writing to be insightful and educational and there wasn't one unkind word to be found.
Sep 10, 2014 - 1:55:07 AM

Guest Column
Campaign Finance Reform and Arbinger's Self Deception
Earnest journalists will tell us that money has always played a role in politics, and that it has always been the responsibility of citizens to bring their reason to the voting booth. But never before in the history of our republic has there been such a virulent combination of information technology and unbridled spending on political messaging. De-regulated television and radio combined with the information technology revolution have exponentially increased the power of every marketing dollar at a time when we have removed virtually all restrictions on political marketing dollars.
Sep 10, 2014 - 1:52:47 AM

International
The Shamrak Report No one cares when Muslim murders Muslim
When Hamas took over Gaza in 2007, they machine-gunned dozens of Fatah members while they lay face down, and the world gladly accepted the new Hamas rule over Gaza. Now, IS machine-guns hundreds of Shiites and moderate-Sunnis, and the world gets upset. Obama has granted the seal of approval of the United States of America to a government of which Hamas was an integral and controlling part.
Sep 10, 2014 - 1:50:34 AM

State
Rep. Michaud, Speaker Eves Discuss Maine Seniors
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Rep. Mike Michaud met with Speaker of the Maine House Mark Eves to discuss ways members of the state's Congressional delegation could support state efforts to help seniors age safely and comfortably in their homes and communities. Eves briefed Rep. Michaud on his "KeepME Home" initiative, which aims to create affordable housing for seniors across Maine, strengthen in-home care, and expand property tax credits for seniors.
Sep 10, 2014 - 1:47:30 AM

News
USCCB President Highlights Achievements of the Civil Rights Act
WASHINGTON--Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), on the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act has called for unity and perseverance to continue the vital work begun in the Act for the respect for human dignity. The statement was issued September 9, the first day of the bishops' September 9-10 Administrative Committee meeting at the USCCB headquarters in Washington, and the memorial of St. Peter Claver.
Sep 10, 2014 - 1:45:34 AM

State
$25 Million Federal Grant for Sarah Long Bridge Replacement
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has announced a $25 million investment that will fund the railroad infrastructure for the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge replacement project, connecting Kittery with New Hampshire. Earlier this year, Michaud joined Rep. Chellie Pingree in writing to DOT Secretary Anthony Foxx in support of the grant. Last year, Michaud invited Foxx to visit the bridge so he could get a first-hand understanding of its importance to the region.
Sep 10, 2014 - 1:42:53 AM

Today in History
September 10 - Today in History
Today is September 10.  Here's what happened on this day in history.
Sep 10, 2014 - 12:00:00 AM

Business
National Communication Expert Shares 4 Tips for Overcoming 'Fake Talk' to Build Employee Trust
The 2014 APA Work and Well-Being Survey fixed the spotlight on the breakdown of trust in U.S. workplaces. Nationally recognized communications expert John Stoker offers 4 conversation tips curated from his new book Overcoming Fake Talk that are guaranteed to help solve the issue of low-trust professional relationships.
Sep 9, 2014 - 7:53:35 PM

R.P. BenDedek
My back problems could have done with the Kacelia Tru-Align Body System
Three years ago I spent a year dieting and exercising in order to lose weight and tighten up my muscles. By the end of one year I was up to 1200 exercise repetitions per day - and that is when the trouble started. Honest to god I thought I had one of various kinds of cancer. My Chinese sister-in-law took me to the local military hospital where a doctor told me that my problems were caused by my back. Well I thought that was rubbish so he did a full MRI. Turns out that my prostrate, testicles, stomach, liver, kidneys and everything else in that area is FINE! "It's your back!" he told me and then sent me for x-rays.
Sep 9, 2014 - 7:50:28 PM

International
To Settle or Not to Settle? That is the Question by Jerold Auerbach
Not long after the recent Gaza war finally subsided, a familiar contentious issue reemerged. Following an investigation lasting several years Israel's Civil Administration declared nearly one thousand acres south of Jerusalem, within the cluster of communities known as Gush Etzion, to be state land. This meant that new homes could be built for Jews. Or, in the reflexive common parlance: Israel was planning another "illegal settlement" on "Palestinian" land.
Sep 9, 2014 - 7:47:26 PM

Outdoors
Family on Electric Bikes Promotes Green Transportation on World Record Ride‏
The Camper Clan family, who recently returned to the United States after one year on the road crossing the Americas by car, has just departed on a new family travel adventure: touring the United States by electric bicycle. On this trip they will attempt to break the Guinness world record for the longest electric bicycle ride by pedaling 6,200 miles across the United States -- and they will do it together as a family.
Sep 9, 2014 - 7:45:12 PM

National
Michaud: It's Time for a VA Reform Roadmap
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud, Ranking Member on the Veterans' Affairs Committee, has announced the first of several proposed starting points for comprehensive changes to how our nation's veterans receive services and benefits.
Sep 9, 2014 - 7:43:39 PM

Today in History
September 9 - Today in History
Today is September 9.  Here's what happened on this day in history.
Sep 9, 2014 - 12:00:00 AM

Scheme of Things
No Cell Service
They were strangers in this strange land of "no cell service." No texts. No calls. No contact. And while the manager offered her options, the girl's reaction got me thinking. This almost teenager wasn't prepared to handle even a slight deviation from the easy contact comfort of technology. What would she have done in a real crisis?
Sep 8, 2014 - 10:53:42 AM

Today in History
September 8 - Today in History
Today is September 8.  Here's what happened on this day in history.
Sep 8, 2014 - 12:00:00 AM

Down the Road
Sammy (Wicked) takes over
But her name got changed, when Dolores took her to the veterinarian for an exam. He found no problems, no worms, no fleas, just this four-pound tiger kitten looking up at him as he studied her. "The official prognosis is that she's wicked cute," the vet explained to Dolores.
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:27:48 AM

Features
A Debtor's Perfect Storm: Three Views of Debt
If we do not resolve our appetite for debt very soon, these three views of debt will converge; the dollar will lose its premium value, Uncle Sam will lose his credit and we will lose our sugar daddy. That will indeed be a perfect storm. I encourage readers to investigate current events and policies and come to their own conclusions through rational discussion and independent thinking, rather than letting others think for them.
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:25:37 AM

M Stevens-David
Vengeance is Mine Pt. 3
"Oh, Mary, Mother of God, what are we going to do with her?" Hearing the sadness in her voice, the young Nun reached down and picked up the child. She turned and thrust the baby into the Mother Superior's arms. "I don't know about you but, God wants us to keep her or she wouldn't be here." she said. "And from what I heard, aren't you this child's aunt?"
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:22:39 AM

Michael Devolin
Islam: A Case Still before the Courts
John F. Kennedy once said that "...the wave of the future is not the conquest of the world by a single dogmatic creed..." But JFK got it wrong. Islam is the "wave" and the "single dogmatic creed" now vying for political and religious supremacy in the world. You have Imam Anjem Choudary telling Britons that Britain will one day be ruled by sharia law, whether they like it or not, fully convinced that his violent religion and his violent methods and his violent followers will incite this 7th century theocratic nightmare into fruition.
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:20:05 AM

International
Retired US Brigadier General Ernie Audino in Iraqi Kurdistan
"The current Administration in DC needs to understand the purpose of real war is to break the enemy's will to fight. That requires and has always required killing people and breaking things. A few airstrikes do not win wars." (Retired US Brigadier General Ernie Audino)
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:17:40 AM

R.P. BenDedek
What's in the Book Basket This Week? Out there in the real world.
In this week's book basket we present the links to three articles provided us by book authors and we list two book reviews published by our book reviewers. Additionally we list 15 new book releases which includes: "Actor's Rendezvous" by Richard Pines; "From Zero to a Hundred: Finding My Purpose through My Pain" by Jason Roy; "He Works All Things Together..." by Rebecca Strom-Stewart; "Wild Game" by Blayne Davis; "Principium" by Alexandra Lamarre; "Cherish the Past: Spring Island Trilogy Book One" By Sandra Steiner; "Clairvoyant Psychotherapy" By Susan Feinbloom; "Angelica's Discoveries" By Otilia Greco; "Farming Soul: A Tale of Initiation" by Patricia Damery; "Richard III and the Murder in the Tower" by Professor Peter Hancock; "Carbon" by Daniel Boyd; "Secret Intelligence: Dark Rim" By Enoch Chang; "The Fortunate Child" by Archana Mishra; "The Man Who Sees Tomorrow in His Dreams" by John E. Desautels and "Errand Runner" By Steven Berg
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:15:10 AM

Book Reviews
Martha Stevens-David Review: "A Cry from the Dust" by Carrie Stuart Parks
Not only does this book hold you mesmerized from the very beginning, it keeps you interested until the very end. I found that the author, Carrie Stuart Parks, certainly knew her stuff. She was able to insert the main characters into the storyline in such a way that the reader feels as though he/she is right there and part of the story.
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:12:37 AM

National
Another Unconstitutional Executive Overreach!
This "treaty" Obama wants to sign gives the United Nations direct control over American factories, workers - even our farmers. Our Senate and House will see their power stripped away by government employees following Obama's unlawful orders. This is why you must act and do so NOW!
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:10:40 AM

News
Mary Mencarini Campbell Named Executive Director of USCCB National Collections
WASHINGTON--Mary Mencarini Campbell has been named executive director of the Office of National Collections of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). She has served as interim director of that office since November 2013 and as director of Catholic Home Missions since 2011. She succeeds Patrick Markey, who stepped down in 2013. The USCCB Office of National Collections manages special collections held in U.S. parishes throughout the year.
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:07:06 AM

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