close Video Time names Greta Thunberg 'Person of the Year' Young climate activist gets Time Magazine honor; Raymond Arroyo has this week's edition of Seen and Unseen on 'The Ingraham Angle.' Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist, apologized Saturday after telling a crowd of young supporters a day earlier -- while speaking in English -- that politicians should be put “against the wall.” Critics alleged that the remark, delivered in Turin, Italy, meant she was advocating for violence against world leaders who dodge their responsibilities to fight climate change. “We have to make sure that they cannot do that,” Thunberg told the crowd. “We will make sure they, that we put them against the wall, and that they will have to do their job and to protect our futures.” "We will make sure ... that we put them against the wall, and that they will have to do their job and to protect our futures." — Greta Thunberg … [Read more...] about Greta Thunberg apologizes for ‘against the wall’ remark, plans a break from climate activism
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GALVESTON, TX — Pay attention to the beaches from 12th to 61st streets, they're about to get wider. The Galveson Park Board plans to siphon some of the sand from Big Reef, which is actually a sand bar at the east end of the Island, and dump it on about 4 miles of beaches. The loads of sand will initially bloat the beaches to something like 300-350 yards wide, but erosion will bring it back down to a nice manageable 100-150 yards wide. Want more Clear Lake and Bay Area news? Click here for our free daily newsletter and breaking news Once everything gets underway, it will take about five months to complete the project. The pumping was supposed to begin in February so that the new beaches would be ready by July 4, but a condo association had some problems the park board running pipes across their property. Instead of begging and pleading with the condo owners, the parks board called an audible and asked the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for permission to run the pipeline … [Read more...] about Galveston Beaches to be Replenished
Today, The Daily Caller’s Alphabet of Racism officially surpasses the halfway point with yet another slew of racist stuff the world must know about. Here are eight things beginning with the letters “M” and “N” that someone, somewhere has deemed racist.Please make a note of it, America. In November, the headmistress at a primary school in a small town in England warned parents that not sending their children on a field trip to a mosque is racist and would cause the kids to be permanently labeled as racists for the rest of their academic careers. Parents of children aged 8 to 11 received the stark warning in the form of a letter from Lynn Small, the stern boss of Littleton Green Community School in Huntington, Staffordshire. (RELATED: English school threatens to label kids racist for YEARS unless they attend Islam field trip) Master bedrooms are racist and several Washington, D.C.-area homebuilders have stopped using the term to describe the biggest bedroom … [Read more...] about Eight Things Starting With The Letters ‘M’ And ‘N’ You Didn’t Know Are Racist
Did Denver officials just lay the foundation to abolish single-family zoning throughout the city? It sure looks that way, and if so it’s a very big deal. It’s a big deal about which the overwhelming majority of Denver residents are almost certainly unaware. To some extent that’s understandable. The Blueprint Denver document adopted last month by the city council to provide future guidance for land-use policy is 300 pages and covers a variety of topics. Nighttime pleasure reading it is not. Meanwhile, most public commentary on the blueprint has been decked out in unqualified superlatives. You’d think the document had cracked the code for urban paradise.Well, I like much of the Blueprint, too — for example the sections calling for stricter bulk requirements on infill development to help neighborhoods retain their character, as well as the pledge to “eliminate any exemptions . . . to build sidewalks as part of the development review process.” But … [Read more...] about Carroll: Will Blueprint Denver be the demise of single-family housing? No one can say for sure.
SPRING, Texas (AP) — A 22-year-old man has been charged with capital murder after authorities say he confessed to strangling his grandmother and great-grandmother a month ago at a Houston-area home. Jaryd Ramos was arrested Tuesday evening after telling detectives he killed his grandmother, 59-year-old Barbara Gromley and his great-grandmother, 90-year-old Regina Gromley, on Nov. 5 at the home in Spring, according to the Montgomery County sheriff's office. Lt. Scott Spencer said Ramos told detectives he "was tired" of the two women and did not show any remorse. Authorities say another family member had filed a missing persons report for Barbara and Regina Gromley on Nov. 26, and Ramos said he hadn't heard from them since they left for a doctor appointment. On Sunday sheriff's office deputies responding to a call found the body of an unidentified woman stuffed into a large plastic tote behind a shed at an abandoned church in Spring. Spencer said that in an effort to determine if … [Read more...] about Texas Man Accused Of Killing Grandmother, Great-Grandmother