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Florida’s Bear Has Ended With 295 Bears Culled

Hunting is always going to be a controversial topic amongst people from all parts of society. On one hand, you have animal rights activists and others arguing that hunting is rude, crude, and unnecessary. That it harms animals without need and should be more regulated — that nature can be enjoyed without a gun in your hand. On the other… Read more →

Florida Diver Finds Millions in Sunken Treasure

People have always had pipe dreams and desires about sunken treasure and finding it. The thoughts of pirates burying their loot have been played out in literature, movies, and fantasies for centuries. While it might not seem like it, Florida is actually one of those perfect spots for treasure hunting and it’s been paying off. This has been quite the… Read more →

Florida Expects More European Tourists

Florida’s tourist economy is doing quite well for itself. The industry is worth $25 billion continues to rise as tourists from around the world decide that Miami is more worth their time and money when compared to other, more traditional destinations. So what has lead to this most recent tourism boom and why are hordes of Europeans deciding that Miami… Read more →

Florida County Votes to Refly Confederate Flag

On June 17th, 2015, a white man named Dylann Roof walked into the historic Emanual African Methodist Church and waited an hour before opening fire on the congregation and killing 9, including a U.S. senator. The racist ties and influence Dyalnn Roof had were quickly found online (and in his manifesto) and one striking image continued to show itself time… Read more →

South Korea Says US Envoy Attacker Acted Alone

Thursday morning was pretty unpleasant for Mark W. Lippert, the US envoy to South Korea. The ambassador was at a breakfast meeting in Seoul when a man, Kim Ki-jong, rushed forward and slashed his face open with a 10-inch knife. While the wound required 80 stitches, Lippert was relatively unharmed and the Kim was arrested before he could cause anymore… Read more →

Bowe Bergdahl Might Be Charged With Desertion

As many people remember from our time in Afghanistan, our soldiers were both killed and captured in the line of duty. One of the most famous, if not the most famous, prisoners of war (POW) was Bowe Bergdahl who wandered away from his camp in the middle of the night and was promptly captured by Muslim terrorist fighters who were… Read more →

Italy Tries to Save Migrant Ship Again

One of the most recurring tragedies of the past years has consistently taken place in the Mediterranean sea between Italy and North Africa. As countries and states in Northern Africa continue to dissolve into sectarian violence and rebellion, many people are looking for a way out of the conflict and away from danger. They look at the Mediterranean and Italy… Read more →

Kenyan Ministers Out of Office After Massacre

Of all the many Islamist extremist movements in Africa, al-Shabab has consistently proven to be one of the most notoriously violent and difficult to eradicate. Facing a coalition of African Union soldiers (mostly of Kenyan origin) and Somali government soldiers that have been consistently gaining ground, the terrorist movement has perfected the art of fading away into the countryside where… Read more →

Islamic State Begins Imposing Rule of Terror in Syria

As anyone who has been following international news knows by now, the Islamic State (also known as ISIS and ISIL) has managed to take over large chunks of both Syria and Iraq in an attempt to create an Islamic Caliphate in the Middle East. While the battle for the territory continue to rage on between ISIS extremists and the various… Read more →

More Girls Have Been Abducted By Boko Haram

Since 2009, Nigeria has been struggling to contain a combination of Tuareg separatists and militant Islamic extremists from tearing the North of the country apart and flooding the south with chaos and refuges. Since the extremist insurgency has started, Boko Haram (which means Western education is forbidden) has made it a point to kidnap girls who aren’t Muslim and/or who… Read more →