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Posts made in July, 2017

PRESS RELEASE: Church Militant Attacked by Leftists

By on Jul 25, 2017 in Press Release | 0 comments

FERNDALE, Mich. (ChurchMilitant.com) – Church Militant, a 12-year-old Catholic media apostolate, with headquarters in the Detroit suburb of Ferndale, is coming under attack by Antifa-related protestors claiming the religious organization inspires a “culture of rape” and is “white supremacist.” The group Michigan Peoples Defense Network (MPDN) is planning a demonstration at Church Militant’s third annual Strength and Honor Conference, to be held in Sterling Heights, Michigan on Saturday, August 5. The conference is entirely theological in nature, offering talks on the essential role of sacrificial masculinity required of Catholic men to be good husbands and fathers. MPDN’s aim is to shut down the event. In a further effort to intimidate, MPDN is holding a press conference on the sidewalk in front Church Militant studios Friday, July 28, right by the front door, announcing the August 5 protest. The claims by MPDN are completely false and unfounded. The claim that Church Militant is a promoter of white male supremacy is immediately contradicted by the following facts: Church Militant has legal immigrants (including first-generation immigrants) employed in key roles.  Half the organization’s departments are headed by women (one who is a legal immigrant) Additionally, the claim that the conference is about “men’s rights” is a deliberate distortion. The conference is about men’s obligations, not “rights.” Church Militant absolutely condemns and abhors the lies and violence that have become the hallmark of the Antifa movement, which MPDN members associate with on social media. Church Militant is not a hate group; MPDN is the real hate group, trying to intimidate religious organizations into silence and shut down a conference meant to help men become better husbands, fathers, sons and brothers by fostering the virtues of humility, charity and sacrifice. Church Militant is further disturbed by the group’s thinly veiled threats of physical violence present in the language of their site and Facebook page. This kind of discourse cannot be allowed to stand in a civilized nation. Church Militant is open to discussion with anyone, and have indeed made this a hallmark of the work conducted here for a dozen years, but we will not be cowed by lies and thug tactics becoming so commonplace on the Left. The real bone of contention that MPDN...

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Here’s That Press Release Summerhill Sent About Its Bullet Hole Wall, in Full

By on Jul 25, 2017 in Press Release | 0 comments

SUMMER OASIS SUMMERHILL OPENS IN CROWN HEIGHTSReformed Corporate Tax Attorney Turns Vacant Bodega into Surf Club-Style ‘Boozy Sandwich Shop’ CROWN HEIGHTS – An oasis has appeared on Nostrand Avenue just in time for the stickiest, sweatiest days of New York summer. Summerhill is Crown Heights’ most Instagrammable, “let’s just crush some watermelon cocktails” hangout. With a boardwalk vibe and a killer cross-breeze, it’s easy to forget you’re sitting across the street from a Key Food and not the Rockaway break. Helmed by Toronto transplant Becca Brennan, Summerhill serves up a high-low beer menu from Tecate to Evil Twin, rosé on tap, and bright cocktails with made-in-house purees, syrups, and herbal touches like celery shrub (featured in the #Vanlife), fresh watermelon juice and ginger syrup (in the Answer), torched rosemary (in the Dated Old Fashioned), and strawberry-basil puree (in the Summer Jam). Summerhill’s food menu focuses on lovingly prepared, refreshingly unpretentious sandwiches like the Chicken Fried (hot chicken, buttermilk ranch, slaw and pickles) and the perfect BLT (applewood-smoked bacon, bibb lettuce, and beefsteak tomato, heightened by a garlic aioli), plus substantial vegetarian options (Brennan is a lifelong vegetarian) such as the Keep Austin Weird (panko-fried avocado, honey, jalapeno-pickled radish arugula, and red pepper aioli). Brennan was a corporate tax attorney with daydreams of opening a boozy sandwich shop until she discovered the perfect piece of real estate around the corner from her Crown Heights apartment: a long-vacant corner bodega (with a rumored backroom illegal gun shop to boot). Brennan signed the lease, gave notice and proceeded to spend over a year painstakingly gut-renovating the space with an uncompromising vision: a surf club vibe with a large concrete horseshoe bar, massive accordion windows, and cheekily wallpapered bathrooms. (Yes, that bullet hole-ridden wall was originally there and, yes, we’re keeping it.) The vision, says Brennan, was “to open a place that I could imagine working from all day; that feeling goes for our staff and our customers.” Summerhill has quickly become a favorite among locals as a day-drinking magnet on sweltering summerafternoons. Come winter, Summerhill will provide a similar escape from the...

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Cyclocross Race & Series Promoter Press Release Services – 2017/2018

By on Jul 24, 2017 in Press Release | 0 comments

Each season race promoters reach out to us to inquire about how to target our audience and get the word out about their events. To this end, we have a race and series promoter offering that assembles several promotional options into a discounted package. See our 2017/2018 season’s options below. Cyclocross Magazine has the focused audience eager to know more about your cyclocross series. Over the past few years, numerous races and series have partnered with us to help fill their start lines and make them major successes. Based on this experience, we’ve custom tailored several marketing packages specifically for cyclocross race promoters like yourself. These are limited time promotional opportunities designed to maximize awareness of and attendance at your race. Notes: Banner ads are 300×250, and can be geo-targeted to the area of your choice. Press releases are published on our website, and pushed out through Facebook and Twitter as well. We’ll publish the post-season recap whether or not you choose a package, just send us the info. The featured story simply means your event press release will be inserted into our slider and gets higher visibility outside the bottom right Press Releases section of our site. Cyclocross season is coming at us fast and our takeover and contest calendar is filling up, so we can only offer these packages for a limited time. Preferred timeframes will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, so get on board soon to lock down your ideal schedule. The packages above can be customized to suit your needs, please contact us ASAP and we’ll build your perfect promotional platform! To discuss any of the above options, contact: Frank Shoemaker[email protected] (916)...

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Press release: Two Charged Following Police High-speed Chase

By on Jul 24, 2017 in Press Release | 0 comments

The two people who were taken into custody immediately following last Wednesday’s incident, where the police were involved in two high-speed chases are now charged. Stacey Barthley, 34 and 26yr-old Saliem Harrigan, Aka “Chucky” both of Green Bay were jointly charged on Saturday with Unlawful Possession of one 9mm and one .22 round of ammunition. Barthley was further charged with Perverting the Course of Justice by Making a False Statement. Last Wednesday, the police and members of Antigua and Barbuda Defence Force were on mobile patrol, when they spotted a white Toyota Mark-X motor car A46268, travelling on Bendals Road at a high speed, with the occupants inside acting suspiciously. This led to a high-speed chase which ended on Bendals Road, after the driver lost control of the vehicle and crashed it into a wall, and the occupants fled the area on foot. Following that incident, the police were again involved in another high-speed chase with the driver of a beige Toyota Corolla motor car A41256. The driver of that vehicle was signaled by the police to stop, but he refused and drove through the police cordon. The chase ended in Nut Grove, after he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a fence and also escaped. Both Harrigan and Barthley were taken into custody as suspects in the matter and questioned. A Search Warrant was executed on their Grays Farm home and the police found two rounds of ammunition. Prior to Barthley being arrested, she made a report to the police that she was robbed of her white Toyota Mark-X motor car by two masked gunmen on Marble Hill Main Road, around 8:35pm the said evening. She reported that she left home to go to KFC on Fort Road; however, she ended up on Marble Hill Main Road and was allegedly accosted by two armed bandits, whom she said stole her vehicle and drove away in it. Investigations into her report have proven to be false, and it is believed that her report was concocted to mislead the investigations. Police are continuing their investigation into this matter and previous reports of robberies, which the police believed to be connected. Anyone with information is asked to contact the...

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