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May 4, 2016

May 7 is Snake Day at Phoenix Herpetological Society

Valley reptile sanctuary creates fun event to educate public about misunderstood animals

SCOTTSDALE — A fear of snakes… it’s the second-most common phobia in the world.
On Saturday, May 7, the Phoenix Herpetological Society (PHS) is hosting a family-friendly event designed to teach the public about how snakes are beneficial, their diversity in the world, and the local (native) snakes we may encounter. Attendees can even interact with some non-venemous snakes.


The Grand Jihad in America

steele coddingtonWant to read an authoritative book on how Islam and the left are sabotaging America? It's a book by one of the most successful and intellectually gifted prosecutors of Jihadists in the U.S. I recently stumbled on the book's title in a brief article by the same author in the Hillsdale College monthly mailing IMPRIMIS, where he discusses the fatal misconception that Islam is a religion of peace. It isn't! But more on that in the future.