Outside of the Delaware Valley and North Jersey, most of the United States probably associates the Jersey Shore most with the love-it-or-hate-it reality TV show of the same name. Anyone who's actually been there knows that there's a ton of history, recreation, cuisine and beauty to be found all along the New Jersey coast. It's finally getting its due credit. HomeToGo, the world's largest search engine for vacation rentals, recently did an analysis of the best state parks in the United States. The site ranked Ocean County's Island Beach State Park the top park in the country. With white sand shores that stretch up and down the Atlantic Coast, blue waters, and no beachfront condos in sight, you’ll be shocked to remember that you’re still in New Jersey. This gorgeous state beach, situated on one of New Jersey’s barrier islands, offers 10 miles of undeveloped paradise. Enjoy a day of family boogie boarding, or simply savor a sunset walk, a trip to Island Beach State … [Read more...] about State park at Jersey Shore ranked best in United States
Tuesday, September 04, 2018 by: JD Heyes Tags: 9/11 attacks, 9/11 Commission, 9/11 Hijackers, CIA, Collusion, Communist Party, conspiracy, deep state, evil, Islam, Jeddah, John Brennan, Michael Springman, national security, Osama Bin Laden, Saudi Arabia, station chief, terrorism, terrorists, Traitor, treason, visas (Natural News) It’s no secret that Obama’s CIA director, John Brennan, is no fan of POTUS Donald Trump, as he has made clear on Twitter and on cable news programs regularly. It’s also no secret to people who have taken the time to research Brennan that in the 1970s, as the Cold War with Russia was in full swing, Brennan actually voted for an American Communist Party candidate for president– something that should have negated his ever becoming a staffer back in 1980, much less head of the country’s most powerful spy agency. The president finally did justice and the American people a favor when he recently revoked Brennan’s security … [Read more...] about Was John Brennan a traitor who allowed 9/11 terrorists to enter the United States and murder thousands?
Chef Brother Luck will help judge the United States of America's Miss Colorado pageant in January, the event's organizers announced Thursday.Luck has a restaurant, Four by Brother Luck, on North Tejon Street in downtown Colorado Springs, and appeared on season 15 of Bravo's "Top Chef."Joining Luck as celebrity judges will be Rod Smith, a former American football wide receiver who played 13 seasons for the Denver Broncos; Manon Crespi, a model and entrepreneur; and Heather Okimoto, owner and master chief of Denver Style Magazine.The pageant will be held at The Broadmoor hotel. It determines who will represent Colorado in the national pageant in Las Vegas.For more information, visit usoamisscolorado.com. … [Read more...] about Colorado Springs’ Brother Luck to help judge United States of America’s Miss Colorado pageant
La Liga match between Real Madrid and Barça in May. Photo: AFP Spain's La Liga plans to stage a match in the United States, its first venture outside Europe, as part of a north American expansion drive, the league said Thursday. The teams and the venue for the match were not disclosed in the statement from the league which has formed a joint-venture, LaLiga North America, to boost its profile in the United States and Canada. El Pais newspaper said the match would take place over the coming 2018-19 season and would probably feature either Barcelona or Real Madrid as one of the teams. The plan was immediately attacked by Spain's professional footballers union (AFE) which released a statement saying neither players nor fans had been consulted. "As usual, La Liga ignores the opinion of footballers and commits them to events which only benefits (La Liga) without taking into account the health of the players and … [Read more...] about La Liga reveals plans to take Spanish soccer to United States
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen underscored her administration’s focus on “freedom and democracy” during her two-day stopover in the United States, shrugging off mounting pressure from Beijing to return to its fold. Addressing supporters and US officials at the Berlin Wall monument at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library just outside Los Angeles on Monday, Tsai quoted the late American president, saying: “Everything is negotiable except two things: our freedom and our future.”Story Continued Below Beijing sees Taiwan as a wayward province subject to eventual union, by force if necessary, and has ramped up pressure on Tsai to accept the “one China” principle, an understanding that there is only one China but each side has its own interpretation of what that means. Beijing considers the understanding the foundation for any cross-strait talks but, unlike her predecessor Ma Ying-jeou, Tsai has resisted going down that path since she became … [Read more...] about Warm, high-profile welcome for Taiwanese president in the United States