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    WebNetInfo.com is America's news and information center for the 21st Century. WebNetInfo.com brings news, information, and commentary to the world.  We realized that national news portals are void of local touch, flavor, information and interests; local portals are void of the magnitude and dynamics of what a national portal can offer.  Therefore, we retooled our web design so that it can be duplicated for any city.  Our national and world news gathering combined with local news, information and views, along with Internet Radio, HoTTalkRadio.com, make a much more desirable and interesting Portal.

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     We are now in the pre launch stage of one of the biggest and most exciting dot com’s since national news portals, Yahoo and Google.

     We have created a template that will allow us to duplicate a news and information portal for every city in the country at nowhere near the expense and time that it took to build webnetinfo.com.

    Our Internet Portals can be used to enhance an individual's present business; can become a very profitable business by itself, or both. They can also be used by religious and community service organizations.

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     There is an old saying that if something is too good to be true, it’s not.  However, all great ideas and inventions were originally considered too good to be true; the train, automobile, telephone, airplane, cell phone, computer, Internet, Yahoo and Google. 

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     If we ask you to swap a hundred-dollar bill with a ten, you will either think we lost our minds, or the bill is counterfeit.  A wise person would at least check out the bill’s authenticity. Yes, our idea and offer will sound too good to be true.  Voice of America, Inc. has been around for over three decades; webnetinfo.com has been operational for almost a decade.

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     In the past, providing information to the public was originally limited to newspapers, then radio and then television.  Now, the World Wide Web allows any individual and/or group to avail news and information to the world.  Providing news and information to the general public is a very serious and important responsibility.  An individual can obtain considerable credibility, authenticity and fame in the community by being the provider and operator of a professional and quality News and Information Portal.     

    
Take the time to read all the information herein.  We can provide the up-linking, hosting, maintenance and R&D for the site.  We can also provide all the national and world news gathering and publishing for the site. We provide a special section and links for you to provide the local news and information (obituaries, help wanted, swap shop, community calendar, high school scores and political to mention a few) to the site.  You can also provide information about your existing business or profession.  This information is already readily available and easily obtainable.  We show you where to obtain it and how to upload it to your web site.

     The web site is data based driven. It has many functional areas.  Each area has its own built-in editor to upload information, including pictures and graphics.  Each page has its own privacy user code.  The site provides full online user instructions. Anyone with Microsoft Word experience can easily make additions and changes to all parts of the web site.  That's right, you don't need a professional Web Master or "IT" person on staff to manage or operate this web site. 

 

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NEWS - SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 2024 - NEWS
The bill reforms and extends a portion of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act known as Section 702 for a shortened period of two years. CBS
VOA VIEW: The GOP gave in.
The Democratic National Committee paid at least $1.7 million to law firms representing President Biden during special counsel Robert Hur's investigation. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden is clearly dirty.
A British television broadcaster blasted Apple for the conspicuous flaw, accusing the company of antisemitism. CBS
VOA VIEW: Apple should be boycotted.

PLEASE DO BUSINESS WITH THOSE WHO DO BUSINESS WITH US -- OUR ADVERTISERS.

The Justice Department on Thursday announced a new rule designed to require unlicensed dealers selling firearms at gun shows or online to run background checks on buyers. The rule is meant to close what is known as the "gun show loophole," which has been exploited by felons and Mexican drug cartels, according to the ATF. CBS
Most worrisome gaps involve cancer chemotherapy drugs, ER medications and and therapies for ADHD. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden screwup.
Israel is preparing for a direct attack by Iran on southern or northern Israel as soon as Friday or Saturday, The Wall Street Journal reported. CNBC
VOA VIEW: An Iran mistake that will cause an Israel response.
More companies are increasing entry-level salaries for finance and accounting roles and offering referral bonuses to attract talent. CNBC
VOA VIEW: More liberal stupidity.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is fighting several court cases related to his work as a lawyer for Donald Trump. CNBC
FBI Oklahoma City has joined the search for missing Kansas women Veronica Butler and Jilian Kelley, who vanished on March 30 following suspected "foul play." FOX News

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Children under four years old in Florida were undercounted by nearly 10%, or some 112,000 individuals, in the 2020 census, according to estimates released Thursday. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Liberal Faul play.
The United States is imposing sanctions against four members of Hamas based in Gaza and Lebanon, the Treasury Department announced Friday. UPI
VOA VIEW: There should be more than four.
Expensive home prices and soaring mortgage rates have nearly two in five U.S. renters believing that they will never own a home because of the overall cost, according to a new survey released by Redfin Friday. UPI
VOA VIEW: Vote Biden and Dems out and the economy will grow.
Ford Motor Company and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that more than 42,000 certain 2022-23 Bronco Sports and Ford Escape vehicles for cracked fuel injector leaks that may cause fires. UPI

YOU can speak out and be heard by having your own "Column" - Visit the "Public Opinion" Section above.

The U.S. Food and Drug administration is urging Congress to pass legislation to mandate food manufacturers to test imported products for lead. UPI
VOA VIEW: Why not.
FBI Director Christopher Wray warned Congress on Thursday about potential attacks on U.S. soil due to events overseas. UPI
VOA VIEW: Due to Biden stupidity and cowardness.

WE ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK ALL OUR SOURCES FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS IN MAKING US AMERICA'S NUMBER ONE NEWS INFORMATION PORTAL.

ATTENTION TALK SHOW HOSTS: We are honored that many radio talk show hosts use our Web Portal for their "show prep." We would appreciate your occasional mention of our site to your audience. Thanks!

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April 19, 2024

     The landmark Washington National Cathedra l unveiled new stained-glass windows Saturday with a theme of racial justice, filling the space that had once held four windows honoring Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.  Another left wing take over.

     The new windows depict a march for justice by African Americans, descendants of the very people who would have remained in slavery after the Civil War if the side for which the officers fought had prevailed.  The cathedral had removed the old windows after Confederate symbols featured prominently in recent racist violenceIn the new work, African Americans are shown marching - on foot or in a wheelchair - from left to right across the four windows. Some march in profile; some directly face the viewer with signs proclaiming “FAIRNESS” and “NO FOUL PLAY.” Light floods in through the sky-bright panes of white and blue above the figures.  Marshall, who was born in Birmingham in 1955, invited anyone viewing the new windows, or other artworks inspired by social justice, “to imagine oneself as a subject and an author of a never-ending story is that is still yet to be told.”