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The Middle East: Will “the Cradle of Civilization … become its Grave”? – American Minute with Bill Federer

President Nixon, in his last official address, August 8, 1974, left a cryptic warning of the Middle East "... so that the cradle of civilization will not...

Israel, Its Enemies, and U.S. Involvement in Middle East

On October 7, 2023, the fundamentalist Islamist organization Hamas committed an unprecedented terrorist attack against Israel on Yom Kippur, October 7, 2023, killing over 1,400 Israelis.

Federal Judge Declares California’s Assault Weapons Ban Unconstitutional

In a landmark ruling on Thursday, U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez deemed California's 33-year-old ban on assault weapons as unconstitutional.

California Bill Bans Use of Potable Water for Grass Lawns

California legislators passed a bill that will prohibit using drinking water for watering decorative lawns.

Majority of California Voters Oppose ‘Reparation’ Payments

Voters said that reparation payments are "unfair."

Fourth Bus of Migrants Arrives in Los Angeles

The migrant passengers came from an array of nations such as Venezuela, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Guatemala, Haiti, and Honduras.

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea ‘Kind Of’ Believes in God

The bassist for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Flea, said he "kind of" believes in God.

Orange County Board of Supervisors Rejects ‘Pride’ Flags on Government Properties

Under the new policy, only flags associated with the U.S. government and military will have a place on the county's flagpoles.

Los Angeles County Contemplates Charging Drivers for Using Freeways

As the study has not yet been released, it is unclear how much each person will have to pay.

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