Favorite ports of call; #2 San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua Every cruise has a highlight — that one day that stands out in your memory above all others. These ports of call are among our favorites; #2 San Juan del … Continue reading
Testifying against a bill that would put limits on the use of unmanned drones in Washington state, industry lobbyist Paul Applewhite shocked a House Committee hearing when he said that drones had been used for “indiscriminate killings,” while arguing that … Continue reading
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i ♥ Cali. All of California: from San Diego to L.A., along the Pacific Coast to Santa Barbara, San Fran & the Bay Area, to Shasta, Wine Country, to the Sierra Nevadas, to Yosemite, to the Sequoias. Landscape, culture, and … Continue reading
Kerry Considers Removing Cuba From Terror List I always laugh when I read stuff like this. “State sponsors of terrorism?” Are you F’in kidding me? This coming from one of the biggest state sponsors of terrorism in the history of … Continue reading
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It’s ‘Women in Horror Recognition Month’ and my wife and producing partner Cole Dubya appeared in Reyna Young’s “Welcome To My DarkSide” documentary about, yup, women in horror. Check it! (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
Julian Assange’s Plan to Get Out of Embassy It’s simple: Just get elected to political office! Julian Assange has a plan to finally escape Ecuador’s embassy in London: Get elected to the Australian Senate. He started the process of becoming … Continue reading
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Hauntingly Beautiful. Then and Now Photos of Abandoned Detroit School Lewis Cass Technical High School before and after fire.
20 People Held in Secret CIA Prisons Still Missing Despite 2009 order to close ‘black sites,’ many unaccounted for. In 2009 President Obama ordered the CIA’s “black site” prisons closed. That same year, ProPublica reported that more than 30 people … Continue reading
“Many people liken Nicaragua to the Costa Rica of 20 years ago—there are 25 volcanoes here, 77 parks and reserves that make up 18 percent of the country, and world-class surf on empty beaches. But its secret identity is changing … Continue reading