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  Whistleblower is ‘happy and thankful to the Russian Federation’ for his citizenship, lawyer says Edward Snowden, the former intelligence contractor who leaked secret files reported on by the Guardian, has received a Russian passport after swearing an oath of allegiance to the country that has sheltered him from US authorities since 2013, according to his lawyer. The decision comes at an...
  Australian defence contractor NIOA Group announced today that it has acquired 100% of Barrett Firearms, thereby expanding the company's global reach. In the same announcement, NIOA Group CEO Robert Nioa confirmed that Barrett will continue to operate under its own brand. All management and staff at Barrett's manufacturing facility in Murfreesboro, Tennessee will be retained, and production will continue...
I like to think I keep up with new technology, and certainly can’t be accused of being a technological luddite. But I do think we are approaching the limit of how we use all of these electronic wonders. A woman in Colorado recently had her Google account suspended, and according to The New York Times was very upset because she...
Publisher’s Note: This past Monday my mother-n-law Brenda Smith called me and asked if I could help her friend Bernice Patton. Bernice and her worked together at Nissan for many years. She is putting a send off event at Stars and Stripes parking lot at 333 N Lowry Street in Smyrna this Saturday from 1-3pm for her grandson Arion Carter. Arion...
House Speaker Cameron Sexton (R-Crossville) presides first day of the legislative session in Nashville on Jan. 10, 2023. Legislators were sworn in today. This week’s meetings are largely organizational and ceremonial. House Speaker Cameron Sexton and Senate Speaker Randy McNally were both reelected to their leadership positions by overwhelming margins Tuesday. Bills are being filled as Tennessee lawmakers to propose legislation...
Old filling stations
As we grow older, we often long for the past. It has been said that Nostalgia is a bittersweet yearning for the past. It's sweet because it allows us to momentarily relive good times; it's bitter because we recognize that those times can never return. My friend Zuheir Abdullah, also known as "Z", the owner of Auto World of Smyrna in...
Evidence of Moses crossing the red sea
  The story of the Red Sea crossing is a significant event in the Biblical narrative of the Israelites' journey from slavery in Egypt to the Promised Land. According to the book of Exodus, God commanded Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt and through the Red Sea, which miraculously parted to allow them to pass through on dry...
Publishers Note: We had a great WGNS Rutherford Magazine Radio Show last Sunday evening. The show is heard live from 5-6pm via WGNS radio’s new antenna and aired on 100.5 fm, 1450am or online at WGNSradio.com. Happy 76th birthday to WGNS. Our topic was New Year’s Resolutions and Goals for 2023. I’m sure you set a few resolutions didn't you? I know...
Many people today are seeking more natural approaches to their health and wellness, and NUCCA chiropractic may be one option to consider. NUCCA, or the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association, is focused on researching the connection between the upper cervical spine and optimal health. Studies have shown that issues in this area of the spine can lead to a range...
  Siegfried Glenzer of the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory discusses the difference between nuclear fission and nuclear fusion. MON, JAN 2 2023AT 10:02 EST https://youtu.be/5hklxa56WMk

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