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The feminist Liberal government has decided, on behalf of all Canadians, to change the lyric of O Canada. Liberals in the Senate passed a bill this week, and just like that, without a national debate or any feedback from Canadians, the government will begin imposing the new lyrics to our anthem.

According to our politically correct overlords, the national anthem was sexist. Yes, sexist.

At government ceremonies, meetings and events, English Canadians will no longer hear all thy sons command, and instead will be subject to the horribly clunky and awkward all of us command.

This revision to our 104 year old anthem will supposedly make it neutral.

This is just the latest attack on our Canadian identity and national symbols in the name of political correctness and Liberal activism. Nothing is safe from the social justice warriors who are intent on whitewashing our history and ridding society of anything that could be interpreted by anyone as being offensive.

When it comes to Canada national anthem, though, the changes are based on a misreading of history and a misunderstanding of the English language. That because O Canada has always been gender neutral, despite what the hyper sensitive politically correct crowd may say.

According to Dr. Chris Champion, a Canadian historian and expert witness who addressed the Heritage Committee in 2016, our national anthem has always been inclusive of women.

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Only in today distorted political climate, where statues of Sir John A. Macdonald are deemed racist relics of white supremacy, no institution is safe. There is a growing movement of anti Western far left activists who are intent on dismantling every aspect of our civilization.

Alongside these activists, we have a Liberal government in Ottawa equally keen on tinkering with our national identity to suit their own impulses. What used to unite all Canadians and provide a joint sense of pride and patriotism is now being scorned, dismissed and outlawed.

Today they fighting against our first prime minister and our national anthem, tomorrow it could be our Bill of Rights, our education system or the very concept of being Canadian.

Despite these disturbing trends, however, we can take solace in the common sense of everyday Canadians.

Most Canadians aren convinced that our society is inherently racist, sexist and bigoted. When it comes to our national anthem, and the latest Orwellian attack on our language, Canadians overwhelmingly disagree with the need to make these changes.

A 2012 public opinion survey found that more than three quarters of Canadians believed our national anthem, as it was written, is a great source of national pride. A 2013 survey found that only 25% Canadians support making changes to the lyrics.

Our national anthem belongs to us, not to the ahistorical busybodies obsessed with political correctness and erasing our history. That is why many Canadians will continue to sing their national anthem with the lyrics they were raised singing.
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The jam cleared in the late morning and caused no further significant flooding downstream, according to Michelle Dietrich, Union County Emergency Management Coordinator.

Dave Gutelius of Gutelius Excavating drove a 50 ton bulldozer through the frozen water and with its blade, chopped and pushed away chunks of ice that clogged the creek following the recent thaw and re freeze.

“Never in my life did I ever crawl into something I didn’t understand what it would do or how it would react. It had to be done,” Gutelius said of the uncertainty of the virtual ice dam formed by thousands of hunks of ice.

Contractors worked an estimated combined eight hours Tuesday and Wednesday along and in the creek, with permission from the state Department of Environmental Protection. Two small islands with trees were removed.

West End Fire Co. ambulance and the rescue squad of the Mifflinburg Hose Co. responded on stand by in the event of an emergency during the ice breaking.

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Union County declared the situation an emergency. A private road opened but is only suitable for vehicles with four wheel drive. Plans were put in place to respond to any emergencies south of Penns Creek.

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Gutelius didn’t take lightly the risk involved.

“It was crazy,” he said. “All that time I spent there trying to get through it the last two days and in 10 minutes, I saw the thing go down and start to go by me. That was it. The story was over.”

Except, not quite.

“We could see from the bridge where the ice jam broke, it got hung up within eyesight. The contractors got the equipment back into the creek and moved it away,” said Union County Commissioner John Showers.

Dietrich said spotters posted up downstream to monitor Penns Creek. S turns near Libby Lane were closely watched. By late Wednesday afternoon, Dietrich said there were no reports of additional flooding. Though some homes saw neighboring fields fill with water, Dietrich said there were no reports of homes having taken on flood water.

“Hooray to Dave Gutelius! What a courageous man,” said Canada Drive resident Ellen Kahler.

Kahler and neighbor Ann Koonsman rode a side by side all terrain vehicle to the Millmont Road bridge to see the ice gone for themselves. They wanted to tell their respective husbands they’d have an easier drive home after work.

“There’s a lot of ice yet in Penns Creek. A lot. This is just a touch of what’s in it,” Gutelius said.
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On a late December Friday night, my husband, a friend, and I headed to Twigs Restaurant in Blowing Rock to have dinner.

We had no idea we were in for an especially entertaining night. We knew Twigs provided live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays, but we didn’t think a thing about who the musicians might be until we saw a couple of familiar Catawba County faces: Greg Simmons and Jonathan Birchfield.

He called it coming full circle.

As a kid, Jonathan learned three chords from his dad, Ray Birchfield, of Conover, and then took off on his own, mastering the guitar and then hooking up with fellow young teens to form Catawba County’s own boy band, The Southern Knightz.

He was still just a kid when he discovered how much he liked performing in front of people. The first time was in the basement of the auditorium of Newton Conover Junior High School (now the location of Newton Conover City Schools’ central office and the Newton Conover Auditorium). He and his buddy Robert Kearns, who later became Cheryl Crow’s bass player, provided an impromptu concert for a small gathering in what Jonathan called “Coach (Jerry) Willard’s room.”

Then, with all the Knightz, including Greg Simmons on drums, 8th grader Jonathan performed in a talent show at Newton Conover High School. The audience was 400+ strong. Cale, popularized by Eric Clapton. Second was Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Free Bird.”

“At the end, the whole student body stood up,” Jonathan recollected, “which made me feel, ‘Man, this might be something I want to do.'”

In high school, Jonathan played with the Taylorsville based Harry Deal and the Galaxies. After graduation, he, Greg, another Knightz guy Shane Cooper (who later founded DeFeet International), and Stuart Garmon from Burke County comprised a band they named Graffiti. “We played colleges up and down the East Coast,” said Jonathan. “We were the original 80s cover band.”

At 19, Jonathan struck out on his own and headed to Nashville where he played with a number of groups and started concentrating on writing music “a Jackson Browne/James Taylor type song writing,” said Jonathan.

From Nashville, Jonathan “stayed on the road for years with a band called Public Domain,” he explained. “Key West, Hilton Head, Charleston.”

“(During that time) is when I got associated with Jimmy Buffet,” Jonathan continued. “Later on, he would use my band, Jonathan Birchfield Band, in shows in Key West and elsewhere.”

Jonathan did background vocals on three of Jimmy Buffet’s albums. “I got to know him as a person, not a celebrity,” said Jonathan. “He’s a great guy.”

Returning to Nashville for 13 years, Jonathan worked with a number of big names, including Brad Paisley and Josh Turner.

Jonathan continued writing. In 1997, he released his first album All Points in Between. “All acoustic,” Jonathan called it.

His second CD, Enjoy the Ride,” came out a decade later. Jonathan characterized it as “all electric and more rockin’.” A few years after that, he toured the Midwest and New England, “pulling a camper,” he said, “promoting Enjoy the Ride. I played solo shows and brought out the band occasionally.”

At one point in his career, Jonathan somewhat veered away from music and got into the audio production side of TV. Said Jonathan, “I got to travel the world, including Russia for the Sochi (2014) Olympics.”

His music wasn’t dead, though. “Through ESPN and the Golf Channel, I had some songs that were used on air. One in particular was ‘Shoot Out Saturday Night.’ It was inspired by Dale Jarrett and the Hickory Motor Speedway. It was used two seasons on ESPN’s Saturday night races.”

And he got to go to one of the coolest places on earth. “Through TV, I got to put my name in the hat to go to Everest to film for Discovery’s production about (mountain climber) Joby Ogwyn’s attempt to wingsuit (fly) off the summit of Everest.” Jonathan’s name was drawn and off he went.

The jump was to have taken place May 11, 2014. Tragically, an avalanche that killed 16 Sherpas “stopped everything,” said Jonathan, who described the situation as “heartbreaking circumstances to be in.”

Soon after, Jonathan moved to Charlotte where he was, as he stated, “working a lot in TV and playing music in my spare time.” Jonathan said he began to feel that “people forgot that I played music.”

Things were about to change for Jonathan, and not in exactly the way he expected. He, Greg Simmons, and Shane Cooper were playing at the Hickory Tavern one night in 2015 when Jonathan looked up, and as he explained it, “There she was.”

The “she” was Dr. Dana Chambers, Hickory family medicine specialist. A year and a half later, the musician and physician were married.

So now Jonathan’s back in Catawba County, fully committed to his music and to his community. He’s serving as a consultant for the Norman Coley Amphitheater, which will be built in Conover, and he sits on the board that oversees the Newton Conover Auditorium. “I want Hickory to be a music destination,” said Jonathan.

Currently, Jonathan’s writing music for a new album, and he’s in the planning stages of performing Aug. 18 at the Newton Conover Auditorium upstairs from the first place he played as a kid.
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Less than a mile away, Nick Bonge was also tracking the fire. He texted friends in Santa Paula, asking if they were OK and offering his place up to anyone forced to evacuate.

Within hours, the wind whipped fire that sprinted from its origins around Thomas Aquinas Collegehad destroyed both of their Ventura hillside homes.

A street in ruinsHillcrest Drive is a narrow, winding road where custom builthomes overlook views of the picturesque downtown, the Pacific Ocean and the Channel Islands. The Van Rossums moved to the city in 1989, and in their 1940s era hillside home they settled into a community they grew to love. They also loved the houseand had remodeled it various times the most recent, just finished projectinvolvedthe third floor.

On Thursday, the couple returned to the charred remains of theirhome for the first time and instantly set about, with the help of neighbors and Fresno firefighters, trying to open a gun safethat contained important documents.

“I’m not crying over the house. I’m crying when someone does something nice,” Laura Van Rossumsaid. “I’m so absolutely humbled by so much love. I didn’t know we were loved that much.”

Laura Van Rossum lost her Ventura home. But what’s been more overwhelming to her has been the support she’s getting everywhere. Now, it is those businesses who are supporting her. At The Wharf on Front Street, where she went to buy new clothes, she was overwhelmed by the kindness of the store employees.

Without a doubt, she said, the couple will rebuild after the Thomas Fire. In fact, they’ve already been in contact with the Ojai architect who worked on theirrecent remodel.

“I love this community,” she said.

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In the 600 block of Briarwood Terrace, neighbors Amy Crittenden and David Carlson helped Nick and Adele Bonge dig through the rubble of their house. The fireproof box they sought contained documents related to the Bonges’ house, their marriage and other important things.

Nick thought they were digging where the bathroom had been, but Adele recognized a box from her closet and thought they might be getting close. The side of the shower leaned precariously. In their backyard, the glow coming from Hall Canyon signaled the fire was near. Then they got closer. Aside from a charredwall facing the street, the house was a pile of unrecognizable ash and twisted metal.

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Nick planned to meet with his insurance adjuster laterThursday and, with his help of his daughter, had leads ona house to rent. “We have a lot of memories here. We raised our kids here. Our son’s soccer trophies melted,” he said. “But we’re optimistic. We’re going to rebuild and make it better.”

Bonge said he wouldn’t even consider leaving the hillside, a place that because of its people and eclectic homes is so special it’s difficult for those unfamiliar with it to fullyunderstand.

Ventura’s lossAt the Thursday night news briefing,fire officials said439structures had been destroyed, and 85 had been damaged. Most of those were in Ventura.

On Hillcrest Drive, home after home was in ruins, with a fireplace, twisted plumbing fixtures, a grill andblackenedtreesamong the remains. The neighborhood wasn’t even the worst, Fresno fire officials checking on the street said Thursday.

Among the homes still standing isone owned by the family of Nichole Hocamp. She said she felt overwhelming feelings of guilt but also deep appreciation.
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Sitting in Allenby Square in Jerusalem by a monument to the 60th (London) Division which captured the Holy City from the Ottoman Turks in December 1917, my wife, an immigrant to America from Israel, took exception to my latest remark. I was relating what a Palestinian refugee woman from Bethlehem had said to me the day before about the current view by one influential segment of Jews here that this land was given to them by God. “That was thousands of years ago,” the woman from Bethlehem had said, ” I want to live in peace, now!”

“People need to get over ancient history,” I said to my wife as we sat on the bench at the spot where the Arab mayor of Jerusalem raised a white flag and surrendered Jerusalem to the British after seven centuries of Muslim rule, beginning Act One in a drama that still has the world on the edge of its seat exactly a hundred years later.

“Nonsense,” my wife said, “people do not ‘get over’ their history, two thousand years or all the way back to the beginning of present civilization. That’s our karma, it follows us,” and she paused, “unless we finally understand what we are doing.”

For the past month here, “understanding what we are doing” has never been far from my mind as I listened to people from across a spectrum of political and religious viewpoints. The following are a few of the viewpoints I heard.

My aged father in law’s caregiver, a pleasant young woman living in an orthodox Jewish community in Hebron, told me that she believes in a “miracle” which will just make all the Palestinians “vanish” from the land which God gave to his people, the Jews.

Furthermore, virtual apartheid conditions in the West Bank have kept outsiders away and nearly bankrupted him, he says.

A 92 year old veteran of the Palmach, the elite fighters whose courage helped bring about the state of Israel in 1948, said he’s disgusted with the policies of the current ultra right government, his wife adding that things started to go downhill in 1956 (when Israel invaded Egypt during the Suez Crisis).

A young Palestinian woman whom I interviewed in Ramallah who’s studying criminology and sociology in London deplored “the use of any religious ideology to justify actions,” and proposed a one state solution with three steps: no borders, cease oppression, return refugees home. She called for mutual forgiveness.

The daughter of parents who left England with youthful enthusiasm at the time of statehood said in their old age that if they had known what Israel would turn into, they wouldn’t have given their lives for this idea.

Modern Israel is the kind of country we all want to live in, beautiful, prosperous, with socialized caring of citizens from cradle to grave; except for one thing: the state rests on the military oppression of another group of people, Palestinian Arabs. to Israel, and whose daughter is married to a Palestinian, shared a telling, real life story. Three religious Jews were going on and on about their grievances and ill feeling towards Arabs (I heard such talk from both sides during my visit), when an Arab man landed in front of their house in a broken down car.

What was the first thing they did? Walk over and ask him if they could help.

The refugee woman from Bethlehem is afraid for her son, and so is my sister in law for hers. “This hurts women and children most. Men are the problem,” she says making a stabbing motion in the air with her hand, “that’s men,” meaning men on both sides, I gather.

A former Israeli air force navigator showed me on a high resolution map of Gaza the location of a just discovered tunnel used by the Hamas government of Gaza to bring in weapons from Iran. Every day, hundreds of trucks travel between Gaza and the West Bank, he said.
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Rescuedlate last year in the small town of Canungra on the Gold Coast, Tal’ngay was suffering from severe sunburn when staff from the Australian Bat Clinic noticed him on the ground.

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TAMPA The mystery started when the white house turned black.

Starting a year ago, the eight room house on a prominent stretch of Nebraska Avenue sat among brighter bungalows, a lone raven. Black siding, black chimney bricks, black awnings and a new, black roof.

The owner was not a witch, but a 41 year old estate planning attorney named Rose Wilson. She pulled up to give a rare tour of the 75 year old building this week in a black Mercedes with black, tinted windows. She wore an all black suit and black heels that matched her straight black hair.

It’s her favorite color.

“I really need to get a black cat,” she said. Her current cat, Pig, is all white and presents a fur “nightmare” for a person like her.

The Ladies Heights Happy Hour networking group meets across the street at Ella’s Americana Folk Art Cafe. Over drinks, they discussed the house.

“It definitely stands out,” said Ellie Baggett, who organizes the group. “Lots of people around here ask, ‘What the hell is that?’?”

What neighbors can’t tell from the outside is that most of the inside is black too some walls are “pacific sea teal,” a dark green that might as well be black and that Wilson has filled this black void with an array of oddities that are either amusing or chilling.

Wilson led the tour through the kitchen, past a table full of headless or hollow eyed dolls and a chrome dental phantom with its jaw affixed in a permanent scream. She entered the dining room, with a several hundred year old oak dining table and elaborate chairs upholstered in green velvet, across from a bell jar filled with tiny doll furniture.

A favorite piece, a 100 year old wooden wheelchair in the corner, reminds her of one that chases a woman in the 1980 horror movie The Changeling.

Wilson, a lawyer and shareholder in the firm Buchanan Ingersoll Rooney, has spent the last year filling nearly every inch of the place with old medical devices, taxidermy animals, bones, crucifixes and vintage furniture and artwork that feels equally dark.

She doesn’t live in the house, which is zoned for commercial use, but lives in Seminole Heights. She calls the home Margoza’s Galleon. A skeletal pirate sculpture and other details, such as sea shells preserved in resin at the edge of some decaying stairs, add to the vibe of a sunken pirate ship.

Wilson has a mild smile and demeanor, and answers questions with the kind of considered precision you’d expect from someone who navigates complex tax code for high net worth clients. She downplays her own fascination with her creepy items, but obviously enjoys the reactions of others.

“I’m trying to remain a bit of a mystery, though,” she said.

The other lawyers at the firm know her as an excellent attorney, meticulous, pleasant, and reserved. So it took them by surprise when they visited the home for a party Wilson hosted.

“It shed a whole new light on her as a person, and gave me an appreciation for how multifaceted people can be,” said Heather Brock, a partner at the firm. “The way she’ll take a fossilized beetle and pair it with something else and make something beautiful. She’s got a great eye for design.”

Wilson procures some items via the Internet, such as a framed tonsil guillotine, a 19th century surgical device for curing chronic sore throats, in the reading room. Many items she constructs,
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like a box containing a blood splattered, nail impaled voodoo doll on an upstairs coffee table.

The squirrel’s tail suspended in a jar of liquid was found, sans squirrel, in the back yard. A wooden staff with a stoic face that sits near a 200 year old family Bible presided over by a headless angel came from a Tampa botanica.

Upstairs, antique bird cages sit empty inside a window. Sometimes, the berries on the huge mulberry tree outside ferment and drunken birds fly into the windows and die.

“It’s really sad,” Wilson said.

She’s spent several thousand dollars on the collection, she estimates, but “not a crazy amount.” Apparently, you can get rooster feet to hang above an altar pretty cheap on eBay.

Margoza’s Galleon is also the name Wilson does business under when she occasionally sells some of her macabre creations at local weekend markets.

She had long been a fan of horror films such as Alien and Poltergeist, stuff her dad let her watch while growing up in Orlando. By elementary school, she’d taken to wearing black and hanging out with the “nerds.” She wore black lipstick as a teen. She liked the Dark Tower series by Stephen King.

But in high school she set much of that aside. She was focused on academics, and went on to get a master’s in accounting, which led her to tax law. After law school at the University of Florida, her job became all consuming, even on weekends, leaving her little time for hobbies until recently.

The girl with goth leanings found herself a single woman with money, time and a need for a creative outlet.

“Then it was really a Field of Dreams thing. It just got into my head. You must build it.”

Around the same time, she bought the house as an investment. She found oddities online and spent weekends traveling the state to thrift stores and antique shops, painting, crafting and doing renovations.

The house is not open to the public. Wilson has occasionally allowed small, local groups to use Margoza’s Galleon for meetings.
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