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Lesser-known UNESCO sites in the US

Of the 1,092 UNESCO World Heritage sites in the world, there are 23 in the United States. The big ones — the Statue of Liberty, Grand Canyon National Park, and Independence Hall — draw millions of visitors every year. While these places certainly deserve all the hype they get, they’re not the only UNESCO sites worthy of your travel plans. In honor of World Heritage Day on April 15, we’re highlighting some of the lesser-known UNESCO sites in the United States. From the deserts of New Mexico to...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Montana, Mexico, US, Spain, Rome, Unesco, United States, Hawaii, Washington Dc, Catholic, New Mexico, University Of Virginia, Illinois, St Louis


Richard Jefferson calls out Warriors for adding Kevin Durant after 2016 Finals

Richard Jefferson calls out Warriors for adding Kevin Durant after 2016 Finals originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Richard Jefferson and the Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in NBA history in 2016. Well, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving did most of the heavy lifting, but Jefferson was on the team. You know the story, down 3-1 in the NBA Finals, the Cavs stormed back and won the last three games of the series to stun the Warriors and win the 2016 NBA title.
Tags: News, Nba, Cleveland Cavaliers, Lebron James, Golden State Warriors, Cavs, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Jefferson, Richard Jefferson


Bengals LB Malik Jefferson sues to collect on loss-of-value draft insurance policy

Malik Jefferson was taken in the third round of the 2018 NFL draft. Former Texas linebacker Malik Jefferson wants to collect on the loss-of-value insurance policy he took out before the 2018 NFL draft. Jefferson was selected in the third round of the draft by the Cincinnati Bengals.
Tags: Texas, News, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Jefferson, Malik Jefferson


We must end bias in the justice system. Here’s one answer

Actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, and nearly 50 other privileged elites, are charged with committing fraud for their roles in cheating their children’s way into prestigious universities. If they are convicted, does anyone truly expect these wealthy, white defendants to suffer the legal punishment handed out to poor, darker-skinned people who run afoul of the law? Injustice, in the form of implicit bias, is inherent in the justice system. Consider Tonya McDowell’s experience. In 2012 ...
Tags: Florida, Texas, California, Opinion, Virginia, Russia, Research, Sport, Soccer, Connecticut, Louisiana, Donald Trump, Capitol, Ellis, Jefferson, Huffman


Unsurprisingly, Mueller Comes Up Empty

No reader of my previous comments on the subject would expect surprise from me about the verdict of the Mueller report. No one nominated by a major political party to the presidency of the U.S. would have dreamed of cooperating with any foreign power to influence a U.S. presidential election. Aaron Burr, who was thought to be running for vice president but ended by opportunistically challenging Jefferson for president, requiring that the House of Representatives determine the victor, and who was...
Tags: News, Obama, Congress, Loretta Lynch, Senate, Israel, America, Iran, Fbi, Democrats, United States, New York Times, House Of Representatives, Donald Trump, Delaware, Sally Yates


The more things change, the more..........

The more things change, the more they remain the same. Yesterday during rest breaks from re-modeling my tractor/tool shed, I read a long online history of the U.S. between 1945 and 1955 by a former assistant history professor at West Point. Things were very similar then to today. A dynamic senator named Joe McCarthy began warning of the rise of socialism and communism in America, and he was very, very vocal. The current president didn't like very much, him but was not eager to fight him. Pr...
Tags: Hollywood, Washington, Senate, America, Korea, Weapon, Fdr, Mccarthy, Political News and Discussion, Joe, Communist Party, Jefferson, Truman, Joe McCarthy, Douglass McCarther


Yes, Virginia, bluebells also grow in Indiana

National Park Service photo Geographically speaking, my always stunning crop of Virginia Bluebells got to Indiana from a plant nursery in West Virginia. But as is often the case in the plant world, geography, history and personal preference get a little tangled in the journey. Yes, the Virginia Bluebells name came from their 17th century discovery in the Colony of Virginia, but they are actually native from New York to Alabama and west to Kansas and Minnesota – and showing up in 18 species al...
Tags: Gardening, New York, Minnesota, Virginia, Alabama, West Virginia, Indiana, Kansas, Ncaa, National Park Service, Thomas Jefferson, New World, Jefferson, Monticello, Merten, Darling


Black Lightning Season 2 Finale Extended Trailer Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Black Lightning season 2 finale extended trailer released The CW has released the extended trailer for Black Lightning upcoming season 2 finale, titled “The Book of Secrets Chapter Two: The Omega,” highlighting Jefferson’s desire for peace without violence as he worries for her daughters’ safety. The last episode is set to premiere tonight at 9/8c on The CW. Check out the the video below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone...
Tags: TV, Movies, Dc Comics, TV News, The Cw, Cw, Jennifer, Jefferson, Pierce, Freeland, Anissa, Jace, CW Renews, Berlanti Productions, Black Lightning, Salim Akil


A Wealth Tax is Constitutional

Calvin H. Johnson The Constitution, Article I, section 9, clause 4, requires that a “direct tax” must be apportioned among the states by population.    Elizabeth Warren has proposed an annual wealth tax, reaching the rate of 3% of wealth for those who have more than a $1 billion of wealth.     Warren’s wealth tax would be constitutional.    The defining characteristic of a “direct tax,” according to the Founders, is that it is the kind of tax in which apportionment among the states by...
Tags: New York, Mississippi, Maryland, Supreme Court, Congress, Washington, Boston, Virginia, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, Pennsylvania, House, Paris, Treasury, Warren, Philadelphia


LGBTQ Brooklyn – A Gay Guy’s Weekend Guide to Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Promenade has some of the best views of Manhattan With over two million people living in the borough, Brooklyn is New York City’s most populated part of the city—but strangely, a lot of visitors and many Manhattanites don’t know much about it. Brooklyn’s big culture and attitude is reflected in its diversity of people, cuisine, and even languages. Many of the distinct Brooklyn neighborhoods are recognized as ethnic enclaves, hubs of a particular culture. Brooklyn is easi...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Berlin, New York City, Brooklyn, David Bowie, Manhattan, Bill, Brooklyn Bridge, Commonwealth, Joe, Central Park, Bushwick, Gay Travel, Williamsburg, Prospect Heights


Black Lightning Season 2 Finale Promo: The Omega

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Black Lightning season 2 finale promo: The omega The CW has released the first promo for Black Lightning upcoming episode 2.16 and season finale, titled “The Book of Secrets Chapter Two: The Omega,” featuring our titular hero teaming with his daughters Thunder and Lightning as they fight against Tobias. The last episode is scheduled to air on March 18. Check out the the video below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}...
Tags: TV, Movies, Dc Comics, TV News, The Cw, Lightning, Cw, Thunder, Jennifer, Jefferson, Pierce, Tobias, Freeland, Anissa, ComingSoon, CW Renews


WI GOP Chief: Milwaukee’s ‘History With Socialism’ Makes It ‘Obvious Choice’ For DNC

As former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) praised the economic benefits of the Democratic National Committee’s decision to host its convention in Milwaukee, the head of the state’s Republican Party suggested the decision was fueled by the city’s “long history with socialism.” In a statement to local newspapers — the Journal Sentinel and the Capital Times — Wisconsin GOP executive director Mark Jefferson called out Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) as well as the city’s past “thre...
Tags: News, Milwaukee, America, Dnc, Hillary Clinton, Wisconsin, Scott Walker, Republican Party, Bernie Sanders, Sen Bernie Sanders, Walker, Jefferson, Democratic National Committee, Journal Sentinel, Nicole Lafond, Wisconsin Republican Party


Jefferson leads Nicholls St. over SE Louisiana 69-63

THIBODAUX, La. (AP) — Jeremiah Jefferson had 28 points as Nicholls State topped Southeastern Louisiana 69-63 on Saturday. Jeremiah Buford had 10 points for Nicholls State (14-17, 7-11 Southland Conference). Daniel Regis added 10 points. Kevin Johnson had six assists for the hosts. Marlain Veal had 17 points for the Lions (16-15, 12-6). Moses Greenwood […]
Tags: News, Sports, Louisiana, Kevin Johnson, Lions, Jefferson, La AP, Thibodaux, Nicholls, Nicholls State, Southeastern Louisiana, Marlain Veal, Moses Greenwood, Jeremiah Jefferson, Jeremiah Buford, Southland Conference Daniel Regis


lokirights: lokirights: Au where Aaron doesn’t die and instead helps Miles be spider-man and keep...

lokirights: lokirights: Au where Aaron doesn’t die and instead helps Miles be spider-man and keep it a secret from his dad (who knows) Jefferson: Aaron, I think Miles is spider-man Aaron: he definitely isnt Jefferson: you’re probably right Jefferson, to Rio: so our son is Spider-Man and Aaron knows
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Miles, Aaron, Jefferson, Into The Spiderverse


Jefferson leads Nicholls over Northwestern St. 83-60

THIBODAUX, La. (AP) — Jeremiah Jefferson had 25 points as Nicholls romped past Northwestern State 83-60 on Wednesday night. Jeremiah Buford had 16 points for Nicholls State (13-17, 6-11 Southland Conference). Kevin Johnson added 15 points and 11 assists. Daniel Regis had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the home team. DeAndre Love had 11 […]
Tags: News, Sports, Kevin Johnson, Jefferson, La AP, Thibodaux, Nicholls, Nicholls State, Northwestern State, Jeremiah Jefferson, Northwestern St, DeAndre Love, Jeremiah Buford, Daniel Regis


Black Lightning Episode 2.15 Promo: Jefferson Enforces Superhero Rules

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Black Lightning episode 2.15 promo: Jefferson enforces superhero rules The CW has released the first promo for Black Lightning episode 2.15, titled “The Book of Secrets Chapter One: The Alpha,” featuring Jefferson teaching his daughters the rules about being a good superhero. The new episode is scheduled to air on March 11. Check out the the video below! RELATED: The CW Orders Batwoman Pilot! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStand...
Tags: TV, Movies, Dc Comics, TV News, The Cw, Cw, Jennifer, Jefferson, Pierce, Freeland, Anissa, CW Renews, Berlanti Productions, Black Lightning, Tony Isabella, Akil Productions


Kentucky Schools Forced To Close As Teachers Stage ‘Sick Out’ Protest

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — At least six Kentucky school districts were forced to close Thursday — including the two largest systems in the state — as hundreds of teachers called in sick to protest what one leader called “half-truths” and “shadiness” at the state legislature. The “sick out” was organized by the group KY 120 United, a reference to the state’s 120 counties, which encouraged teachers in a Facebook post Wednesday night to call in sick. Within hours, the state’s two largest school distri...
Tags: Facebook, News, Supreme Court, Kentucky, West Virginia, House, House Of Representatives, Arizona, Republican, Matt Bevin, Jefferson County, Capitol, Brewer, Frankfort, Jefferson, Winkler


Is Confronting Fake History Worth It?

After fighting a few of these battles, I still believe it is worth it. I thought about this question again while watching Princeton historian Kevin Kruse take on Dinesh D’Souza. Kruse created a thread of over 120 historians who either debunked or expressed criticism of D’Souza’s historical writings. For his part, D’Souza seems to thrive on Kruse’s attention and shows no awareness of the significant rebuke by historians of many ideological stripes (left, center, right). D’Souza had this to say in...
Tags: Health, Congress, Glenn Beck, America, Arkansas, Christian, Princeton, Infertility, Kevin Kruse, Democratic Party, David Barton, Jefferson, Barton, Souza, Thomas Nelson, Kruse


Spider-Verse Had to Get You to Love Miles Morales in 45 Seconds

Spider-Verse Had to Get You to Love Miles Morales in 45 Seconds: dailymilesmorales: Miles Morales, for fans of comic books and Spider-Man, is very well known. But for people outside of that world, he’s not very well known. With Into the Spider-Verse, we’re introducing a character who our audience already knows is going to become a new Spider-Man. But the audience loves Peter Parker, the Spider-Man they’ve got. It’s a challenging introduction of a character: Our movie doesn’t work if you don’t f...
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Luna, Rio, Spider Man, Rodney, Miles, Jeff, Morales, Jefferson, Donald Glover, Peter Parker, Republic Records, Miles Morales, Bob Persichetti, Shameik


CWD Disease Management Area To Expand Into Pennsylvania Elk Range

Diseased animal detected at a captive deer farm in Clearfield County will require DMA 3 expansion. Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania – -(AmmoLand.com)- A captive deer that has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) will require Disease Management Area 3 (DMA 3) to expand into Pennsylvania’s elk range. The exact adjusted boundary of DMA 3 and all other DMAs that could expand due to newly detected CWD-positive deer will be announced in coming weeks, after ...
Tags: Guns, Pennsylvania, Lebanon, Somerset, Jefferson County, Bedford, Blair, Clearfield, Lancaster County, Jefferson, Department of Agriculture, DMA, Adams County, Fulton County, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Pennsylvania Game Commission


Podcast Interview: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Directors Talk Deleted Scenes

On the February 26, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in Chief Peter Sciretta is joined by senior writer Ben Pearson , and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest film and tv news, including a Gremlins animated series, Rotten Tomatoes , A Quiet Place 2, The Eternals and the future of the MCU . And in Our Feature Presentation, Peter sits down with the filmmakers behind Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse to talk about deleted and alternate scenes. You can subscribe to /Fi...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Interviews, La, Features, Animation, Sony, Bronx, Pixar, Tom Cruise, James Cameron, Spiderman, John Krasinski, Rodney, Miles, Peter


Southern California soccer regionals: Pairings for all boys and girls divisions

The pairings for the boys and girls Southern California Regionals, which start Tuesday, Feb. 26. The semifinals are Thursday, Feb. 28 and the championships on Saturday, March 2. Teams are seeded No. 1 through No. 8. The team with the higher seed is the home team for each round. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONALS BOYS SOCCER Quarterfinals Tuesday, Feb. 26, 4 p.m. unless noted DIVISION I 8 St. Augustine at 1 San Clemente 5 Mater Dei at 4 Birmingham, 3 p.m. 6 Point Loma at 3 Cathedral 7 Edison at 2 Torr...
Tags: California, Washington, Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Venice, Birmingham, Villa Park, Exeter, High School Sports, San Luis Obispo, Oceanside, Arvin, Arlington, Rivera


Jefferson with 26, Nicholls routs Central Arkansas 100-57

THIBODAUX, La. (AP) — Jeremiah Jefferson scored 26 points as Nicholls routed Central Arkansas 100-57 on Saturday afternoon, snapping a three-game skid. Jefferson was 9 of 18 from the field including five from distance for the Colonels (12-15, 5-9 Southland Conference), who were 22 of 41 from 3-point range (54 percent), a season high. Danny […]
Tags: News, Sports, Jefferson, Danny, La AP, Thibodaux, Nicholls, Southland Conference, Central Arkansas, Jeremiah Jefferson


Pennsylvania Hockey: A Long, Proud History

For more than a hundred years, hockey has been a Pennsylvania passion. Its people and teams have made an indelible mark on both the NHL and the sport itself, and fans on both sides of the state have had plenty to cheer, yell, hope, mope, and even cry about. From Hall of Fame classes to shatterproof glass, from Stanley Cups to fisticuffs, the Keystone State has made its mark on the game, and the game has returned the favor. On Saturday, the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins will meet fo...
Tags: New York, NFL, Sport, Pennsylvania, United States, New Jersey, Ohio, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Keystone, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Baltimore


Why Autocrats Are Replacing Democrats

Why Autocrats Are Replacing Democrats U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- “If you look at Trump in America or Bolsonaro in Brazil, you see that people now want politicians who are tough enough to do what they promise,” said Spanish businessman Juan Carlos Perez Carreno. The Spaniard was explaining to The New York Times what lay behind the rise of Vox, which the Times calls “Spain's first far-right party since the end of the Franco dictatorship in 1975.” Indeed, the growing impatience of peoples with ele...
Tags: South Korea, Florida, Maryland, Guns, Supreme Court, Congress, North Korea, White House, America, Spain, Colombia, Democrats, House, New York Times, Bill Clinton, Serbia


Enter the Night, Armed, “Secret Police”

Opinion Yonaiker Ordonez Was Murdered Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- As night follows day! On Sunday January 27th, eighteen-year-old Yonaiker Ordonez was murdered in the middle of the night by “FAES” agents in Venezuela, under the direction of Marxist strongman, Nicolas Maduro . FAES “agents” (aka: “nationalized thugs”) kicked-in the door of Ordonez’s family’s home (no warrant, no warning), dragged Yonaiker away, and shot him to death minutes later. Ordonez’s only “crime” was that he atten...
Tags: Hollywood, Guns, Washington, Socialism, Venezuela, Hillary, Castro, Stalin, Marx, Jefferson, Maduro, Lenin, Planet Earth, John Farnam, Gun Rights News, Defense Training International


Thomas Jefferson's Ten Rules to Live By

Thomas Jefferson was skilled in many fields. In December 1962, John F. Kennedy entertained a group of Nobel prize winners in the White House and welcomed them as the most distinguished gathering of intellects to dine in the Executive Mansion “with the possible exception of when Mr. Jefferson dined here alone.” Jefferson cared for people and always offered advice when asked. A year before his death, he was asked by a father to give some counsel to his young son, Thomas Jefferson Smith. He respo...
Tags: Leadership, White House, Leaders, John F Kennedy, Providence, Thomas Jefferson, Jefferson, Executive Mansion, Jefferson Smith, Thomas Jefferson Smith, Monticello Feb


Black Lightning Episode 2.14 Promo: Original Sin

Black Lightning episode 2.14 promo: Original Sin The upcoming episode of The CW series Black Lighting continues the “Book of Secrets: Part Four” storyline, with a dead villain returning to life and tracking down Jefferson during his civilian job as a school teacher. You can check out the trailer in the player below! Jefferson Pierce (Cress Williams) is a man with many faces. He is a former Olympic athlete, respected educator and a father of two. He is also Black Lightning, superpowered prote...
Tags: Movies, Dc Comics, The Cw, Cw, Jennifer, Jefferson, Pierce, Freeland, Anissa, CW Renews, Berlanti Productions, Black Lightning, Tony Isabella, Akil Productions, Jefferson Pierce Cress Williams, Greg Berlanti Salim Akil Mara Brock Akil


Addressing the state of our disunion

One ironic thing about our recent State of the Union drama was its clear illustration of America’s disunion, from the fight over whether, how, where and when to have it, to notable eye-rolling and sitting on hands during it, to follow up commentary that shared precious little common ground. And it happened while both sides of the political aisle claimed to be uniters opposed to their “divisive” rivals. To understand this, it helps to remember that unity, in the sense of agreement on the specific...
Tags: Opinion, America, Sport, Soccer, Pepperdine University, Acton, Jefferson, Independent Institute, John Locke, David Hume, Guest Commentary, Gary M Galles, Foundation for Economic Education Faculty Network, Ludwig von Mises Institute a Research Fellow


More eastern Idaho schools close because of illness

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — More eastern Idaho schools have been forced to close because of widespread flu-like illnesses. The Post Register reports that so far eight school districts have closed schools this week: Blackfoot, Firth, Shelley, Fremont, Ririe, Snake River, Teton and West Jefferson. Another district, Jefferson, was closed Tuesday and Wednesday before opening […]
Tags: News, Idaho, Northwest, Jefferson, The Post Register, Blackfoot Firth Shelley Fremont, Ririe Snake River Teton, West Jefferson Another