Prince Charles Receives Engagement Card For Prince Harry, Meghan Markle During Durham Visit

Prince Charles visited Durham and received an engagement card for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. On Thursday, the Prince of Wales stepped out in Durham. Prince Charles' first stop was the Church of St. Mary the Less that was originally built in the 12th century. Clarence House shared a number of snaps of the royal's visit at the place. Prince Charles was greeted by the crowd warmly, who were armed with little Union Jack flags. On the said outing, he received a special present for his son, Prince Harry, and future daughter-in-law, Markle. The students at The Chorister School, an elementary school located near Durham Cathedral handed Prince Charles an engagement card for the "Horrible Bosses" star and the Duke. It was covered with hearts with a sweet message that read: "To Prince Harry and Meghan, Congratulations on your Engagement!!!" People reported. Prince Charles accepted the card with a big smile. He just reunited with Prince Harry at the International Sustainability Unit meeting to discuss the protection of the world's coral reefs on Wednesday. For the said event, Prince Charles gave a speech about saving the coral reefs because 2018 is the International Year of the Reef. The Prince of Wales discussed the things that the organizations could do to improve the coral reef health. Prince Harry was present to support his father and to learn more about the works being done for that specific environmental concern. "HRH was joined by Prince Harry, who wanted to find out more about the work being done to protect coral reefs from threats including climate change and pollution," Clarence House announced. The father and son share the same passion for environmental protection and sustainability. In fact, Prince Harry is expected to pick up the baton for the new environment campaign from his dad. In related news, Prince Charles is expected to take over the throne from Queen Elizabeth II. But aside from this, he is also likely to get the title of the Commonwealth Head. This Continue Reading

Prince Harry Joins Prince Charles’ Coral Reef Meeting Without Fiancée Meghan Markle

Prince Harry joined his father, Prince Charles, in his recent royal engagement. Prince Charles hosted a meeting in London to improve the coral reef health as 2018 is the International Year of the Reef. Clarence Palace shared a snap of the Prince of Wales and Meghan Markle's fiancé at the event. According to The Telegraph, Princes Charles delivered a speech about saving the coral reefs. He also wished to raise awareness of the cause for the new generation. Prince Harry was there to support his father and learn more about coral reefs. "HRH was joined by Prince Harry, who wanted to find out more about the work being done to protect coral reefs from threats including climate change and pollution," Clarence House announced. In December, the father and son appeared on Radio 4's "Today" program where Prince Charles admitted that his concern for the environment "probably bored you [Prince Harry] to tears for so many years." But the Prince of Wales was "very proud" and had "enormous optimism" that Markle's husband-to-be had been listening and would strive to help. Prince Harry shares Prince Charles' passion for nature and the environment. In fact, the Duke is expected to pick up the baton for the environmental campaign from his father. The 33-year-old royal will be an effective advocate for the new generation. In related news, Prince Harry and Markle visited Edinburg Castle in Scotland on Tuesday. The couple was welcomed by the crowd warmly. Those who traveled to meet the Duke and the "Horrible Bosses" star were very pleased and happy that they did. "We've come up from Durham to see them, this is the nearest place for us, but it's been worth it," said Ryan Davey, 32, who took his 6-year-old daughter Hannah to see the prince and princess in waiting. "Just love this couple they don't rush they take the time to stop and shake hands and talk to the crowd that has waited ages to see them," Mo's Sweet Delights wrote. "That's what so great and different about these 2 Continue Reading

Prince Charles Says Climate Change Can Be Stopped By Changing Capitalism

Prince Charles is chiming in on global warming, but is the British royal out of touch? During a speech in London, the prince said climate change can be stopped by changing capitalism. He stated, “The primary purpose of capitalism should surely be to serve the wider, long-term interests and concerns of humanity, rather than the other way around. Prince Charles continued, “Either we continue along the path we seem collectively determined to follow, apparently at the mercy of those who so vociferously and aggressively deny that our current operating model has an effect upon dangerously accelerating climate change - which I fear will bring us to our own destruction, or we can choose to act now, before it is finally too late, using all of the power and influence, sustainable and resilient society.” Today on The Five, Eric Bolling reacted, “It’s just funny to hear a guy who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, who’s never had to risk anything, invest anything, earn anything, to say now the way to fix this is to change capitalism. He pointed out that capitalism worked out well for royal family with their billions of dollars in assets. Bob Beckel on the other hand agreed with Prince Charles. He said the world is at a critical point and predicted that we will experience major disasters in the next 10 years because of global warming.  The hosts also reacted to President Obama’s remarks at West Point yesterday. During his commencement speech, the president said, “That spirit of cooperation must energize the global effort to combat climate change – a creeping national security crisis that will help shape your time in uniform, as we’re called on to respond to refugee flows, natural disasters, and conflicts over water and food.” So should the military be tasked with fighting climate change? Hear The Five’s thoughts in the clip above! Continue Reading

Prince Charles: Climate Change Is a Root Cause of Syria Crisis

New Security Concerns After Syrian Refugees Reach Texas Border Parents: Baby's Brain Tumor Shrunk After Kiss from Pope Francis Britain's Prince Charles said in a new interview that he believes climate change is one of the root causes of the Syrian civil war and the resulting refugee crisis. "Some of us were saying 20 something years ago that if we didn't tackle these issues, you would see ever greater conflict over scarce resources and ever greater difficulties over drought, and the accumulating effect of climate change which means that people have to move," he told Sky News in a sit-down that was filmed before the Paris terror attacks occurred on Nov. 13. "And in fact there's very good evidence indeed that one of the major reasons for this horror in Syria, funnily enough, was a drought that lasted for about five or six years, which meant that huge numbers of people in the end had to leave the land but increasingly they came into the cities." The Prince of Wales sat down for the interview ahead of a U.N. summit on climate change scheduled for next week in Paris. He agreed that there is "absolutely" a link between climate change and global conflict and terrorism.  The Prince likened the current state of the planet to the time leading up to the 2008 financial crisis.  "We're now facing a real possibility of nature's bank going bust," he said. VIDEO: Suspect's Gun Jams as He Attempts to Kill Wounded Med Student Judge Jeanine Rips Obama's Refugee Talk: 'Be Honest for Once' Heartbreaking but Adorable Photo of Late CO Trooper's Baby Goes Viral   Continue Reading

Volunteers Patrolling AZ Border: ‘We’re Just Another Set of Eyes and Ears’

Rubio: 'You Can't Come Here as a Refugee If We Can't Vet You' New Security Concerns After Syrian Refugees Reach Texas Border A group of armed volunteers is patrolling the Arizona border to deter Syrian refugees from illegally entering the country. Tim Foley, the founder of Arizona Border Recon, spoke to Gretchen Carlson this afternoon from his stakeout atop a hill to explain his organization’s work. Ninety percent of the group consists of former military and law enforcement personnel “who took an oath to defend the country,” he said. “And the oath doesn’t end when we get out.” Foley's team patrols known Mexican cartel trails and “scout locations” where Syrian refugees might be smuggling in, he said. “I have 16 people right now and we’ve pretty much closed six miles of the border for the last seven days.” While officials have asked that civilians stay off border patrol, Foley said that “line agents don’t mind because they’re stretched so thin.” He pushed back on criticisms that the group bears resemblance to a militant group, saying, “We’re not a militia. We’re not a three percent group. We don’t advocate for throwing over the government.” “We’re just another set of eyes and ears on the border,” he explained. Trump Clarifies He Wants a Database for Refugees, Not All U.S. Muslims Prince Charles: Climate Change Is a Root Cause of Syria Crisis Judge Jeanine Rips Obama's Refugee Talk: 'Be Honest for Once' Continue Reading

Peters Warns About Syria War: ‘3-Dimensional Chess Played By Psychopaths’

You're Going to Be Thankful for This Watters' World Thanksgiving Quiz O'Reilly Confronts Trump on Retweeting Inaccurate Stats About Black Murder Rate Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) said on "The O'Reilly Factor" tonight that a world war isn't coming, it's here. "It's just a different kind of world war, and it is global jihad," Peters explained. "It's not as lethal as the first two yet, but it is there and it's real." Peters said that the situation in the Middle East is "three-dimensional chess played by psychopaths." "President Obama still does not begin to take this seriously," Peters stated. "The region is spinning wildly out of control." Watch more above. O'Reilly: 'Democratic Party Is Completely Ineffective in Fighting Terrorism' Greta Calls Out Obama for 'Embarrassing No-Show' After Paris Attacks Prince Charles: Climate Change Is a Root Cause of Syria Crisis Continue Reading

Perino: Trump’s Popularity Due to Obama’s Incompetence

You're Going to Be Thankful for This Watters' World Thanksgiving Quiz O'Reilly Confronts Trump on Retweeting Inaccurate Stats About Black Murder Rate The left is attempting to brand Donald Trump - and by association, the Republican Party - as racist, Dana Perino said on "The O'Reilly Factor" tonight. She explained that the GOP starts in a "credibility deficit" on issues of race, so candidates must work their way up just to get to neutral. "If you give them ammunition with which to hit you, it's hard then to crawl up out of that hole and get to neutral," Perino said. O'Reilly pointed out that unlike other politicians, Trump does not care, which is why many people find him to be the appealing "anti-politician." Perino agreed and chalked much of Trump's popularity up to Americans' dissatisfaction with President Obama. "I think the incompetence and the lack of leadership and a feeling across America like, 'What are you doing? What happened to our country?'" Perino said. "And they see someone like Trump, who is the opposite, they tend to want to follow it." "I think that a lot of people who thought that he could never win the nomination are coming to the realization that he actually could." Watch more above. O'Reilly: 'Democratic Party Is Completely Ineffective in Fighting Terrorism' Greta Calls Out Obama for 'Embarrassing No-Show' After Paris Attacks Prince Charles: Climate Change Is a Root Cause of Syria Crisis Continue Reading

Peters: Putin’s Going to Kill Everybody He Can to Punish Turkey

Counterterrorism Expert: Be on Your Guard During Thanksgiving Holiday Peters Warns About Syria War: '3-Dimensional Chess Played By Psychopaths' After a Russian warplane was shot down by Turkey, Russian President Vladimir Putin has to do something to preserve his "macho image," Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) said on "America's Newsroom" today. Peters explained that Putin cannot directly retaliate against Turkey, so that's why he's deploying advanced missile defense systems to a Russian air base in Syria as a show of strength. Peters said that Putin will also triple down on his strikes on the Turkish-backed, anti-Assad militias and insurgents within Syria. "And Putin doesn't care about civilian casualties. He's just going to kill everybody he can to punish Turkey that way." Watch more above. O'Reilly: 'Democratic Party Is Completely Ineffective in Fighting Terrorism' Rubio: 'We Must Defend Turkey or NATO Alliance Will Come Into Question' Bolton: Russia's Fault Turkey Shot Down Its Jet Near Syrian Border Prince Charles: Climate Change Is a Root Cause of Syria Crisis Continue Reading

Gutfeld Reveals How Climate Change Summit Hurts the Fight Against Terror

Krauthammer: Obama Linking Terrorism, Climate Change Is 'Simply Absurd' Greta to Rep. Hunter: Why Hasn't Congress Declared War on ISIS? On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld wondered why the Paris summit on climate change is receiving so much more attention than the threat of terror. He suggested that it might be because those who are concerned with climate change are often wealthy, educated people in the spotlight, such as Prince Charles, Leonardo DiCaprio and Al Gore. "But, I beg you: Try finding a poor Indian, a working class Asian or a struggling Latino on the activist front, trampling over the shrines to the Paris attacks," Gutfeld said. "No, they are almost entirely white, European elitists who wish to deny cheap fuel to the billion third-world [people] not on the electricity grid." He added that when you ensure poverty to a billion people, a "death cult" like radical Islam actually becomes viable. "So, climate panic helps terror in two ways: By diverting resources from the fight and punishing the poor," Gutfeld said. He explained that those who are primarily concerned with terror as opposed to climate change are often regular, everyday people, as opposed to celebrities. "Could that be why the climate crusade gets the summits, the attention and the accolades that terror warriors never get?" Gutfeld wondered. "Imagine if we flipped this and made the war on terror the glamorous one. ISIS wouldn't stand a chance." Watch the "Five" co-hosts discuss above. You might also be interested in... Baby Survives After Being Buried Alive Along Bike Path Fed-Up College Pres to 'Victimized' Students: 'This Isn't a Day Care!' Sen. Coats: Obama Admin Now Acknowledging ISIS Strategy Has Failed 'The Mistress of Deception': Judge Nap Breaks Down New Hillary Email on Benghazi Continue Reading

Prince Charles’ eco-film pushes for ‘Harmony’ with nature

"Harmony," the long-simmering Prince Charles project that suggests humans desperately need to live in ways that are far more friendly to their planet, may have arrived at either the best or the worst possible moment. At a time when the economic recession and decreased support for strict environmental regulation may threaten the green movement, "Harmony" (NBC, Friday night at 10) could seem like a quaint, outdated bit of naive idealism. Or it could make a strong declaration that the cheapest and easiest path - pumping more oil, for example, rather than spending money to develop alternative energy sources - is the wrong path. Stuart Sender, co-producer and codirector, says we have no real choice, that every passing day makes environmental harmony more urgent. "Doing the right thing is also doing the smart thing," says Sender. "It's better in the moment and better for our children." "Harmony" is a one-hour distillation of a 90-minute production that will be released as a theatrical film "within the next few months." A longer version could be released later, Sender says. The film, assembled over three years, visits farmers, business executives and scientists who are already applying the "harmony" model. Its "stars" include a Louisiana farmer who preaches the organic-farming gospel and a San Francisco man who has invented an airconditioning system, modeled on the wing dynamics of birds, that uses 90% less energy. "We advocate going forward with nature," says co-producer/co-director Julie Bergman Sender. "We're a part of nature, not separate from it." If the Senders made this film, though, they say its real driving force was His Royal Highness Charles, Prince of Wales. "It grows from 30 years of his work as a hero of the environment," says Stuart Sender. "He has been raising awareness about climate change and working as an organic farmer since the 1980s." The prince made a similar film in 1990, but this one is more comprehensive and the first Continue Reading