Daily Archive: Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Taco dog, former runaway tortoise make way to pet show | Pets

Savannah Escobedo has a good reason for liking her tortoise Max. “He doesn’t run away,” said the 10-year-old Fremont girl. That hasn’t been the case with Spike, a tortoise who belongs to Savannah’s 7-year-old brother Sam. Spike got out of his yard last week and went on the lam. He was retrieved, however, in plenty

A New Way to Fight Piracy on the Open Sea

Spynel-S with the Cyclope interface Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 28, 2017 Piracy had been on a steep decline since 2010 due to increased security efforts and precautions taken aboard ships. However, in the past few years, per the OBP report, there has been decreased vigilance by the shipping community such as hiring smaller private

President Donald J. Trump Taking Action Against Illegal Immigration

We are protecting the freedoms of law-abiding Americans, and we are going after the criminal gangs and cartels that prey on our innocent citizens.” – President Donald J. Trump TAKING ACTION TO COMBAT ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION: For too long, politicians across the country have failed to enforce the immigration laws already on the books. Just months