The Kelly File: Fraternity Brothers Accused Of Disrespecting Veterans:
“They were being treated like the Vietnam veterans were treated,” said Linda Cope, the founder of the Warrior Beach Retreat. The local charity provides an annual all-expense-paid vacation for more than a 100 combat-wounded warriors and their spouses or caregivers. All of the expenses are covered by Panama City Beach residents and businesses.Cope tells me the fraternity members were staying in the same resort – and caused a night of mayhem. The college kids made derogatory comments about the warriors’ wives, threw items off balconies and desecrated an American flag.
She also said one of the warriors and his service dog were spit on. Television station WJHG identified that man as Nicholas Connole. “They actually spit on me and my service dog as well, and that’s just so disrespectful and it hurts,” he told the television station. There were local reports of frat boys throwing beer on veterans and ripping an American flag out of the ground.
Fox News: Obama Admin Racing To Move GITMO Detainees As Potential Showdown W Congress Nears-Rpt Bulls & Bears:
PJ Media Trifecta: Libyan Crisis: CHRISTIAN Refugees are Being Murdered by ISLAMIC Refugees!
Fox News: Christians Under Attack, President Obama Silent: Rev. Franklin Graham weighs in:
Gavin McInnes: Politically correct liberalism is really snobbery, class warfare:
American Future Project: Bobby Jindal: Our religious beliefs are between us and God, not us and Hillary Clinton.
Former Lesbian: Ministries That Help People Leave Homosexuality Could Soon Become Illegal:
Catholic News Agency: Pope: Christians must protect marriage:
In his general audience April 22, Pope Francis challenged Christians to protect the sacrament of marriage.
Supporters of traditional marriage rally in Washington:
LA Streets Close For Massive March Honoring 1.5M Armenians Killed 100 Years Ago:
Waving flags and signs and wearing purple, tens of thousands of people marched in Los Angeles on Friday, voicing their common and persistent call for the Turkish government to recognize the deaths of more than 1 million Armenians as genocide.
The events marking the centennial of the slayings under the Ottoman Empire included a six-mile march to the Turkish Consulate, speeches and rallies, and provided an affirming but bittersweet experience for those who took part.
“Every single person you see here is connected to the massacre,” said Pasadena resident Sophie Jihanian, 48. “We feel that for 100 years we have hung on, and we have had a small voice, and now that voice is growing.”