Canadian Prime Minister Misleads on Zionism

By Yves Engler Our Prime Minister would like us to believe that the ideology that shaped Israel is designed to fight anti-Jewish prejudice. But, even when anti-Semitism was a significant political force in Canada, Zionism largely represented a chauvinistic, colonialist way of thinking. On Israel Independence Day earlier this month Justin Trudeau delivered a speech […]

Chickasaw Nation Debuts Sulphur Youth Club, Breaks Ground for new Head Start

Published May 28, 2017 SULPHUR, OKLAHOMA – Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby led ceremonies to open the Chickasaw Nation Youth Club and to begin construction of a new Head Start building, Friday, May 26. Both facilities, located at 1600 W. 18th Street, are designed to make a positive impact in the lives of young people, Governor Anoatubby […]

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Not Voting in the Era of Trump

Guest Commentary Published May 27, 2017 Trahant Reports One election will not erase what is Donald J. Trump. Most of his voters see him as the antidote to business as usual. He’s shaking thing up (even if there is disagreement on specific issues). Destroying health care? Yes. So what. At least something new will surface. […]

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Bootcamp workout held in Fort Lauderdale to honor fallen Virginia deputy

Dozens of fitness fanatics from across South Florida gathered on Saturday in Fort Lauderdale to honor a fallen hero.

Hannah Eden, founder and owner of PumpFit Club in Fort Lauderdale, organized the free one-hour boot camp to honor the memory of Virginia deputy Curtis Bartlett, 32, who was killed in collision while pursuing a suspect in March.

“I often throw a big bootcamp event for local charities,” Eden said. “I feel it is my responsibility to spread awareness and stand up for the fallen.”

“Curtis was a hero and affected millions of lives. This is also about supporting local law enforcement, military and active duty heroes,” she said.

Supporters who came out to Holiday Park braved the heat while completing a fun, but challenging class that made sure to work every part of the human body.

In addition to the free boot camp, participants also gave generous donations that will benefit the Police Fitness Foundation.

“In the wake of his death, it has become our mission to keep his dream alive within our local community, and to raise money for officers o have vital resources they need to stay in shape,” Eden said.

Donations are being accepted at 408 N. Andrews Ave. in Fort Lauderdale or at RSPNutrition.com.

Uber CEO’s mother dies in boating accident

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s parents were involved in a boating accident on Friday that killed his mother and left his father badly injured.

The company, in a statement on Saturday, called the incident an “unspeakable tragedy” and said that Kalanick’s father remains in a “serious condition.” Kalanick’s mother, Bonnie, was 71.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with Travis and his family in this heartbreaking time,” the Uber statement reads.

An email sent to Uber employees said that Kalanicks father is being treated at a hospital.

Kalanick’s parents, who went on frequent boating trips, were on Pine Flat Lake in Fresno County, California, when the accident occurred Friday.

The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that an investigation into the incident is underway. An autopsy is planned for Sunday.

“A preliminary report indicates the boat struck a rock and the man and woman on the boat suffered injuries from the collision,” the sheriff’s statement said.

Kalanick was close with his mother, a person familiar with the matter said. Just over a week ago, he shared a Facebook post for Mother’s Day with photos of them together, saying “I appreciate my mom, her infinite love and huge [heart] more and more.”

–CNNMoney’s Sara O’Brien contributed to this report.

Driver dies in Brownsville car crash

A driver died Saturday afternoon in a crash in Miami-Dade County’s Brownsville neighborhood. 

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue was called to the area of Northwest 31st Avenue and Northwest 54th Street, where the driver of a truck collided with a pole. 

Lt. Felipe Lay said Florida Power & Light workers had to move the power lines that were tangled on the truck.

Miami-Dade police officers closed the road, while firefighters pulled the driver out of the car. 

Authorities were still investigating the crash on Saturday evening.