By Dave Alsup and Theresa Waldrop, CNN - Four boys who went missing for more than a day during a blizzard in rural Alaska were found alive on Monday, and were resourceful when it came to protecting the youngest and most vulnerable to the elements. The children, who range in age from 2 to 14, were found about 20 miles outside the village of Nunam Iqua, on Alaska's west coast … "The kids are doing fine," the representative said. "I talked to the grandpa. They were cold and hungry.".. The boys reportedly huddled around the youngest boy.
By Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine - As the plague in Europe had its occasional years of acute virulence, so in the United States the election season is upon us again. And as the plague arrived in 1348 and would not be eliminated for five hundred years, and Europe was more or less always beset by plague, so the United States is now always in electoral dysfunction. And just as hanging posies around your neck did not help then, so the sweet platitudes of democratic procedure do not help now. For our problem is not procedural.
By Neil Munro, Breitbart - “Let us state the reality upfront and as clearly as possible,” AG William Barr told the National Sheriffs’ Assoc. meeting in D.C. on February 10: When we are talking about sanctuary cities, we are talking about policies that are designed to allow criminal aliens to escape. These policies are not about people who came to our country illegally but have otherwise been peaceful and productive members of society. Their express purpose is to shelter aliens whom local law enforcement has already arrested for other crimes. This is neither lawful nor sensible… It is not lawful because the Constitution vests the federal government with the sole authority to make and enforce immigration law.