Hamas to Trump: We want to wipe out Israel, not recognize it A senior Hamas leader denounced demands by the Trump administration that the terror group be disarmed, and that its leadership must recognize the State of Israel following the reconciliation agreement between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas.
Muslim Father in Ohio Shoots Daughter Twice in the Head to Teach Her 'Respect'
Jamal Mansour, 64, was upset with his 27-year-old daughter because he felt she disrespected his authority. His daughter, Tahani Mansour, was his youngest of seven and was working as a pharmacist. She apparently still lived at home and the two regularly argued about her room being a constant mess; with half-eaten food under her bed and clothing scattered about. But perhaps worst of all, Tahani had a non-Muslim boyfriend she had been seeing for a month that she worked hard to keep secret.
Cornell Forms 'Task Force' to Regulate Speech on Campus
In its efforts "to be a diverse and inclusive university," Cornell has announced the formation of the "Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate" to help seek out ways to ensure a "sense of safety and inclusiveness" is felt around campus. The first order of business for the Ivy League task force is determining how to regulate speech in order to "prohibit discrimination and harassment."
Cambridge University snowflake students given trigger warnings for Shakespeare plays Academics have criticised "trigger warnings" after Cambridge University students were warned about "potentially distressing topics" in plays by Shakespeare. English literature undergraduates were apparently cautioned that a lecture focusing on Titus Andronicus and The Comedy of Errors would include "discussions of sexual violence" and "sexual assault".
College President Angers Students by Defending Free Speech
Some students at Cleveland State University were upset when its President Ronald Berkman failed to wholeheartedly condemn an offensive poster that encouraged homosexuals to commit suicide. Instead, he released a statement defending free speech.
After Blaming Trump For Puerto Rico, Look What Was Discovered In A Dumpster President Trump has taken heat over his response to the hurricane hitting Puerto Rico. Most notably, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto has spent more time doing interviews and trashing the president than helping her constituents. Trump has responded by criticizing the distribution efforts on the island. But that has all come to a halt after the Puerto Rico Secretary of State recently made a horrifying discovery: Rotting food and unused fresh water in a dumpster.
Iran warns Europe: No new conditions on nuclear deal "To say that they accept the JCPOA (nuclear deal) but should negotiate on Iran's regional presence or talk about Iran's missile defenses is to set conditions on the JCPOA, and this is not at all acceptable," said Ali Akbar Velayati, senior foreign policy advisor to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, according to the AFP news agency.
US in line with Israel on PA-Hamas reconciliation US Special Envoy to the Middle East Jason Greenblatt on Wednesday issued a statement regarding the Palestinian Authority's (PA) recent reconciliation agreement with the Hamas terror group. "All parties agree that it is essential that the Palestinian Authority be able to assume full, genuine, and unhindered civil and security responsibilities in Gaza and that we work together to improve the humanitarian situation for Palestinians living there," Greenblatt said.
White House: Neither Jewish building nor building freeze will bring peace "President Trump has publicly and privately expressed his concerns regarding settlements and the Administration has made clear that unrestrained settlement activity does not advance the prospect for peace," the White House said in a statement Tuesday. "At the same time the Administration recognizes that past demands for a settlement freeze have not helped advance peace talks."
Court sides with humanists, rules 92-year-old cross commemorating World War I violates Constitution The 4th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, said the 40-foot tall Bladensburg cross - located on a Maryland state highway median just outside Washington - equates to government sponsorship of a particular religion, the AP added. The three-judge panel said the memorial "excessively entangles the government in religion" because the cross is the "core symbol of Christianity" and "breaches" the wall separating church and state, the outlet reported.
Apple executive sorry for saying white people can be diverse: 'I regret the choice of words' Apple's vice president of diversity and inclusion has apologized for telling a recent group in Bogota, Colombia, that "12 white blue-eyed blond men" may have an adequate amount of diversity depending on their backgrounds. Denise Young Smith, who is black, attended the One Young World Summit Oct. 4-7 and told those in attendance that she tries to "focus on everyone" as a means of improving Apple's work environment.
Wednesday 18, October 2017
Here's what the FBI knew before Obama struck nuclear deals with Russia - and it looks bad In 2010 and 2011, former President Barack Obama's administration made two significant deals that aided Russia's nuclear ambitions. However, Russian nuclear officials were actively involved in a racketeering scheme with an American uranium trucking company, resulting in kickbacks to Russian officials. During that same time period, money was routed from Russia to former President Bill Clinton's foundation - while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.
Bama vs. Tennessee: Vols already won off the gridiron The University of Alabama may be the favorite in this weekend's NCAA gridiron matchup against the University of Tennessee, but a student group says the Crimson Tide is outmatched by the Volunteers' free speech policy. GO VOLS! BEAT BAMA!
Oxford bans 'offensive' Christian group from fair The Oxford University campus at Balliol College was to conduct its "Freshers' Fair" - otherwise known as freshmen orientation – when organizers banned the Christian Union from participation, contending that it would alienate members of the freshman class and would signal the presence of an atmosphere of homophobia on the campus.
NBC: Socialism is Key to Happiness
Ring the bells! On Monday's edition of Today, Cynthia McFadden reported the end to one of the greatest quests in human history: the search for happiness. According to the NBC correspondent, the secret to that most elusive of all treasures is simple: socialism.
Trump trashes Obama's 'imperial' presidency, dismantles legally dubious executive orders Unable to work with a Republican-led Congress for most of his presidency, Mr. Obama did what he could with his presidential "pen and phone," issuing executive orders, rules and regulations that in many cases could be overturned by another stroke of the pen - this time by a Republican president. Long before Mr. Obama left office, Republicans were accusing him of overreaching presidential authority, and Mr. Trump was vowing to overturn his unilateral decisions.
Iran: 'Our ballistic missile program will grow' Iranian President Hassan Rouhani vowed to expand Iran's ballistic missile program despite President Trump slamming Iran in his speech announcing that he will decertify Iran's compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal.
Bennett: Israel cannot accept PA-Hamas reconciliation agreement A tweet published on Bennett's Twitter feed showed a picture of a Hamas terrorist, captioned, "This is Saleh al-Arouri. He signed a 'unity' agreement yesterday with the PA, in the name of Hamas. He is the one who orchestrated the kidnapping of three teenage boys three years ago. This is a national terrorist government."
Trump's HHS to define human life as 'beginning at conception' Formerly, the document stated the following in its introductory information: HHS accomplishes its mission through programs and initiatives that cover a wide spectrum of activities, serving Americans at every stage of life.
The new edition now states this: HHS accomplishes its mission through programs and initiatives that cover a wide spectrum of activities, serving and protecting Americans at every stage of life, beginning at conception.
Lila Rose: Twitter needs to stop the censorship of pro-life speech Live Action President Lila Rose appeared on "Fox News Tonight" to discuss the recent censorship of pro-life speech on Twitter. As Live Action reported last month, Twitter blocked Live Action's promoted tweets due to the "sensitive content," while allowing abortion giant Planned Parenthood to promote its pro-abortion ads. This month, Twitter did likewise to a campaign tweet from pro-life Senate candidate, Marsha Blackburn.
How one photo of a preborn baby helped to make future generations pro-life... Many of us have worn it, and others have surely seen it - the iconic pro-life "Precious Feet" pin. But what's the story behind this symbol? In the early 1970's, Dr. Russell Sacco, a urologist from Oregon at the time, was aware of abortion prior to Roe v. Wade because of those who were speaking out on the topic. "I knew as a doctor that abortion kills children; they kill human beings," he stated in an interview published on Vimeo.
The NRA Just Dropped A Mammoth Bomb On Hollywood - And They Got Them Good Wayne LaPierre, the CEO of the National Rifle Association pointed out that most of the liberals that are advocating for gun control are constantly being protected by people who carry a firearm. He also criticized the Hollywood liberal celebrities who also have been outspoken about gun control laws, when they have made millions from movies or television shows depicting gun violence and bloodshed.
Islamic Terrorist Bomber Awarded High Profile Government Job Mulumebet Girma, who was jailed for 10 years after helping her brother-in-law, Hussein Osman, plan the attack on a London commuter train in July of 2005 has now been given a top Southwark Council Job and has even been on the cover of a local authority's magazine, reports the Daily Mail.
Monday 09, October 2017
Iran promises 'crushing' response if U.S. designates Guards a terrorist group The pledge came a week before President Donald Trump announces final decision on how he wants to contain Tehran. He is expected on Oct 15 to "decertify" a landmark 2015 international deal to curb Iran's nuclear program, a step that by itself stops short of pulling out of the agreement but gives Congress 60 days to decide whether to reimpose sanctions.
'Move embassy to Jerusalem to give peace a chance' Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely (Likud) responded to comments by President Donald Trump over the weekend in which he suggested that he wants to give final status negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority "a shot" before considering fulfilling his campaign promise of relocating the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Cash is already pretty much dead in China as the country lives the future with mobile pay The transformation of a society limited to bills denominated in 100 yuan ($15) or less into one where QR payment codes abound was by far the biggest change in mainland China since my last visit four years ago. When eating out or shopping with local friends, they paid by scanning a QR code on the restaurant table or by showing a similar code on their smartphones to the store clerk. A spices shop, museum souvenir store and seller of traditional Chinese calligraphy brushes all had signs saying they accepted mobile pay.
Ireland abortion activists threaten, attempt to silence rape survivors Two hotels in Ireland recently canceled pro-life meetings after hotel staff allegedly received harassment and death threats from abortion activists. The meetings, which were held in Dublin and Cork, were arranged by Unbroken Ireland as part of the "Ending the Silence: Women impacted by pregnancy from rape speak out" initiative.
U.S. House votes to ban abortions after 20 weeks On Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of Rep. Trent Franks' Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would ban abortion after 20 weeks. Lawmakers passed the measure on a 237 to 189 vote. Similar legislation passed the House in 2015, but the measure was then blocked in the U.S. Senate. Franks, who announced last month that the bill would go to the floor for a vote, said Democrats and Republicans should unite on a bill that provides a "bare minimum" protection for children.
Good news: 145 abortion facilities shut down over the last five years A pro-abortion organization is concerned that abortuaries are closing across the nation. The Abortion Care Network (ACN), a coalition of independent abortion businesses, issued a report on the declining number of abortion centers. In the past five years, 145 independent "clinics" closed. The ACN supports abortion businesses that are not affiliated with Planned Parenthood or a hospital chain. Of those, numbers went from 510 facilities in 2012 to 365 today, not counting the hundreds of Planned Parenthood centers.
President Trump rolls back contraceptive mandate, allows employers to follow consciences On Friday morning, President Donald Trump rolled back the Health & Human Services Contraception mandate, a highly controversial provision of the Affordable Care Act. The mandate required employers to provide all forms of contraception to their employees, including sterilization and potential abortifacients. While the Obama administration did tout exemptions for religious organizations, the exemptions were so narrow they amounted to very little. Trump's decision to lift the mandates comes after several years of legal battles.
NFL players' union teamed up with George Soros to fund leftist advocacy groups ven before its feud over the national anthem with President Trump, the NFL Players Association wasn't on the same political team as many of its fans, judging from its contributions to leftist advocacy groups. Tax documents released by 2ndVote show the NFLPA donated $5,000 in 2015 to the Center for Community Change Action, a group active in the anti-Trump resistance and bankrolled by a host of liberal foundations, including top Democratic donor George Soros's Foundation for Open Society.
Thursday 05, October 2017
Half a million lights shine on 'Bring Your Bible to School Day' Focus on the Family (FOTF) is inviting public school children from coast to coast to celebrate religious freedom and God's Word on October 5 as they shine the light of the Gospel on their campuses with those who do not know Jesus Christ - sharing a message that is also planned to go viral online.
Sisi: Hamas-PA reconciliation 'opportunity for regional peace' Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has said reconciliation between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas could be an "opportunity" for wider regional peace, and called for global support for the initiative.
"The whole world is waiting for your efforts to achieve reconciliation among the Palestinian people and appreciates your determination to address all obstacles," Sisi said in a pre-recorded speech addressing the two main Palestinian Arab movements on Tuesday.
CIA Official Predicts North Korean Provocation on Columbus Day A top CIA official for the Korean Peninsula warned Wednesday that the U.S. should be ready for a new provocation by North Korea on Columbus Day on Oct. 9, which coincides with the anniversary of the founding of the political party that governs in Pyongyang.
New Hurricane set for Florida and Alabama? A tropical depression churning across the southern Caribbean could become Tropical Storm Nate on track to hit the Gulf Coast, and possibly Florida, as a hurricane over the weekend.
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article176926726.html#storylink=cpy
More than 70% of US fears robots taking over our lives, survey finds Silicon Valley celebrates artificial intelligence and robotics as fields that have the power to improve people's lives, through inventions like driverless cars and robot carers for the elderly. That message isn't getting through to the rest of the country, where more than 70% of Americans express wariness or concern about a world where machines perform many of the tasks done by humans, according to Pew Research.
Stephen Colbert Hopes for a Better World 'As White People Become the Minority'
On Monday night's The Late Show, Stephen Colbert asked a bizarre question of guest Ta-Nehisi Coates. The fact that Coates was a guest was bizarre enough: the race-baiting, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist recently made the headscratching claim that Donald Trump is "the first white president." In "The First White President," he asserts that President Trump's "ideology is white supremacy," and that he is "the most dangerous President."
Two Dem Reps Boycott Moment of Silence for Vegas Victims
Yesterday, the US House of Representatives took a moment of silence to remember the victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Well, all of the Republican members did, and most of the Democrats. Those who were more interested in honoring the dead than making a political point, that is. Those who didn't have their priorities straight included Massachusetts representatives Katherine Clark and Seth Moulton.
House Passes Bill Banning Abortion at 20 Weeks
t a time when Americans are focused on the mass murder in Las Vegas, the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill protecting life. The bill amends the federal criminal code to make it a crime for any person to perform or attempt to perform an abortion if the probable post-fertilization age of the fetus is 20 weeks or more. Violators are subject to criminal penalties including a fine, up to five years in prison, or both.
Israel hears nothing, says nothing about Palestinian love fest in Gaza
There was deep satisfaction in Cairo and Washington over the warm smiles and cordial handshakes marking the ceremonial handover of the Gazan administration from Hamas to the Fatah-dominated Palestinian Authority on Monday, Oct. 2, after a decade of bitter enmity. Egypt, father of the reconciliation, and the United States, were favorably impressed by the ecstatic welcome accorded Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah and his retinue of dozens of high officials from Ramallah, when they crossed into the Gaza Strip after passing through Israel.
Egypt denies North Korean weapons were meant for its army
The Washington Post reported on Sunday that the Egyptian military was the undisclosed buyer of $23 million worth of rocket-propelled grenades from North Korea in 2016. The newspaper cited U.S. officials and Western diplomats familiar with the findings who remained anonymous.
Professor Blames Vegas Shooting on White Privilege, White Entitlement
It looks like the Drexel University professor who wished for "white genocide" for Christmas last year got his present a lot later than he expected. On October 1, 2017, a gunman opened fired on a largely white audience during a country music festival in Las Vegas and killed nearly 60 people. Hundreds more are injured and still in the hospital.
End of the Social Security Number? A White House Official Thinks So WASHINGTON - The administration of President Donald Trump is exploring ways to replace the Social Security number with a safer system based on modern technology in the wake of the Equifax Inc. EFX 2.45% hack, the White House cybersecurity czar said Tuesday. Rob Joyce, the White House's cybersecurity coordinator, said one possibility is using cryptographic keys, or a combination of long random numbers, to unlock personal data. The merit of such numbers is that they could be revoked once they are found to be compromised, he said.
Britian is being 'Buried by Islam' Henry Bolton said there is a concern amongst people that their way of life is being "pushed aside", and vowed to "address it" as he spoke to The Sun a day after his shock election. The 54-year-old ex-Army officer had said he wanted to move the party away from focusing on Islam after their manifesto earlier this year contained an "integration agenda" which was almost entirely about Muslims.
Now UK schools are ditching AD and BC so as to not offend non-Christians Schools across the country have stopped using the terms BC and AD in religious education lessons for fear of offending non-Christians. The traditional terms BC, Before Christ, and AD, Anno Domini, are being ditched for BCE – Before Common Era, and CE – Common Era. The new terms still denote the periods before and after the birth of Christ.
Leftist hero Kaepernick Gives $25k to Group Named After Cop-Killer Colin Kaepernick has a lot of rotten stuff to say about the police: he's called them murderers without proof, he wore "pig socks," which depicted cops as pigs, and he's compared cops to slave catchers. Now, it appears he's put his money where his mouth is. According to the Washington Times, Colin Kaepernick's foundation donated $25,000 to a foundation named convicted cop-killer Assata Shakur.
Silicon Valley Elitist Starts Religion to Worship Artificial Intelligence as God Documents uncovered as part of a separate court case reveal that multi-millionaire Silicon Valley elitist Anthony Levandowski started a religion based around the concept of worshipping artificial intelligence as a God. The goal of the religion is to "develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on Artificial Intelligence," in line with the species reaching the singularity, the point at which computers surpass humanity in intelligence.
Brooklyn College: Advocating Genocide and a Third Intifada
As revealed in recent congressional testimony, Students for Justice in Palestine is a campus front for Hamas terrorists. SJP's propaganda activities are orchestrated and funded by a Hamas front group, American Muslims for Palestine, whose chairman is Hatem Bazian and whose principals are former officers of the Holy Land Foundation and other Islamic "charities" previously convicted of funneling money to Hamas. The report and posters are part of a larger Freedom Center campaign titled Stop University Support for Terrorists. Images of the posters that appeared at Brooklyn College and other campuses may be viewed at www.stopuniversitysupportforterrorists.org.
Elementary school librarian scolds first lady for sending 'racist' Dr. Seuss books Liz Phipps Soeiro wrote a long post outlining why she rejected the books the first lady sent. "So, my school doesn't have a NEED for these books," she said. "And then there's the matter of the books themselves. You may not be aware of this, but Dr. Seuss is a bit of a cliche, a tired and worn ambassador for children's literature." Finally, she said that Dr. Seuss's books were racist...
Left's takeover of sports - where it started, where it's going 'Black Power' salute (1968 Olympics) (b&w)The leader of a sports ministry says liberals are using the controversy of athletes protesting during the national anthem as an opportunity to push forward the left-wing agenda - and it's not a new phenomenon, he notes...
Erdogan threatens to halt renewed Israel ties over Kurdish state "If Israel does not reconsider its support for Kurdish independence, Turkey will not be able to take many steps we would have with Israel, too," Erdogan said Tuesday, the day after a nonbinding referendum by Iraqi Kurdistan on whether to seek independence. His remarks were reported by the Turkish Daily Sabah.
Globalist Mag: Trump Threatening To End 'New World Order' Despite listing off legitimate threats like jihadism and terrorism, Communist Chinese expansion, and North Korean hostility, an article published by The Economist names Trump as the biggest threat to the "liberal" New World Order.
Democrats Get Their Wish: American Universities are Bringing Back Segregation According to a report from the National Pulse, American colleges are planning on segregating their classrooms in order to fight racial inequality on college campuses. Maybe someone should tell them that this was already attempted in schools and it was called Jim Crow laws. The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) is awarding grants to 10 schools to have segregated dinners based off of certain racial issues.
'Communist Cadet' Pics Show Obama's Fundamental Transformation Is Here I no longer remember a day where I wasn't deeply shocked or saddened by something I saw. Do you? I haven't recognized my country or even many of her people in a very long time. The fundamental transformation that Barrak Obama sought is here. We are not the same. This is heartbreaking.
Middle-Schoolers Given Sex Behavior Survey That's 'Like Porn'
There are things that are for parents to discuss with their kids on their own timetable, and there are subjects on which parents trust a school to educate their children. More and more, schools are coming in like a wrecking ball and breaking down that wall, destroying that trust in the meantime.
It's a Rule: NFL Players Must Show Respect During National Anthem Even though the NFL announced it would not punish the 200 or so players who refused to stand up or appear on the field to honor America and its flag this Sunday, the league's operation manual states that players must show respect and pay tribute during the anthem. "During the National Anthem, players on the field and bench area should stand at attention, face the flag, hold helmets in their left hand, and refrain from talking," the NFL rules state.
Palestinian Authority wins bid to join Interpol The International Police Organization (Interpol)'s General Assembly voted Wednesday to accept the Palestinian Authority as a member, despite objections by Israel. Both Israel and the United States had opposed the move, on the grounds that the Palestinian Authority is not a sovereign state, and that recognition of Palestinian statehood outside of the framework of a negotiated settlement makes a final status agreement all but impossible.
Venezuela Prepares for War with U.S. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro called on his nation's military leaders Tuesday to prepare for war against the U.S. days after the Trump administration banned Venezuelan officials from entering the nation.
Trump Targets 8 Banks, 26 Individuals in New North Korea Sanctions "We are targeting North Korean banks and financial facilitators acting as representatives for North Korean banks across the globe," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said. "This further advances our strategy to fully isolate North Korea in order to achieve our broader objectives of a peaceful and denuclearized Korean peninsula. This action is also consistent with UN Security Council Resolutions."
NY Times Continues its Mission of Rehabilitating Communism's Image The weekly series, entitled "Red Century: Exploring the History and Legacy of Communism, 100 Years After the Russian Revolution," has been running since February. It features segments such as "Socialism's Future May Be Its Past— Communism was a dead end, but we can reclaim socialism," "Lenin's Eco-Warriors," "When Communism Inspired Americans," "The Cold War and America's Delusion of Victory," and, jaw-droppingly, "Why Women Had better Sex Under Socialism."
Do-Nothing-Republicans Let Obamacare Live. How will you vote next time? WASHINGTON (AP) — "Obamacare" lives on. Senate Republicans, short of votes, abandoned their latest and possibly final attempt to kill the health care law Tuesday, just ahead of a critical end-of-the-week deadline. The repeal-and-replace bill's authors promised to try again at a later date, while President Donald Trump railed against "certain so-called Republicans" who opposed the GOP effort. But for now, Trump and fellow Republicans who vowed for seven years to abolish President Barack Obama's law will leave it standing and turn their attention to overhauling the nation's tax code instead.
Bill O'Reilly: Leftist Don't Want White People 'Calling the Shots'
"They're after–they don't want capitalism. They don't want the electoral college. They don't want white people…generally calling the shots. So they have to mobilize minority Americans to be angry," O'Reilly told Sean Hannity.
O'Reilly also claimed that far-left agents, which he believe to be "evil," want to "destroy the Constitution" by changing it.
Report: Israeli planes attack Hezbollah weapons warehouse Israeli aircraft on Friday night attacked several targets near the Damascus airfield, Syrian media reported.
The attack seems to have been directed at weapons storehouses belonging to Hezbollah and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's army.
Hazan: Nuclear Iran is no less a threat than the Holocaust MK Oren Hazan (Likud), a member of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, has demanded that the chairman of the committee convene an urgent discussion on the Iranian threat. "The world's silence vis-a-vis the Iranians is reminiscent of the world's silence in the face of North Korea's nuclear bullying, which led to a situation in which they now have nuclear weapons that they can use at any moment - and I do not rule out that this will happen soon.
European Union to boycott Israeli state ceremony srael will hold a state ceremony in Gush Etzion this Wednesday marking the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Judea and Samaria from Jordanian occupation during the Six Day War of June 1967. As is custom with state ceremonies, Israel extended invitations to the event to representatives of foreign states and bodies. On Monday, however, Arutz Sheva was informed that the European Union's Ambassador to Israel, Emanuele Giaufret, will not be attending the event, despite having received a formal invitation.
Jews around world concerned by far-right breakthrough in German election Jewish groups in Europe and the United States expressed alarm on Sunday at the far-right Alternative for Germany's success in Germany's parliamentary election and urged other parties not to form an alliance with the AfD.
Early projections gave the AfD 13.5 percent of the vote, allowing it to enter the Bundestag for the first time, as Germany's third-biggest party.
Conservative Roman Catholic theologians accuse pope of spreading heresy Several dozen tradition-minded Roman Catholic theologians, priests and academics have formally accused Pope Francis of spreading heresy with his 2016 opening to divorced and civilly remarried Catholics. In a 25-page letter delivered to Francis last month and provided Saturday to The Associated Press, the 62 signatories issued a "filial correction" to the pope - a measure they said hadn't been employed since the 14th century.
Russian 'cannibal couple' detained after 'eating' up to 30 victims since 1999 Russia's southern Krasnodarsky Region has awoken to horrifying news about a pair of cannibals that could be responsible for up to 30 grisly murders, local media report citing police. Parts of some of the victims were reportedly stored for later consumption. The couple - a man and a woman - was detained, NTV news channel reports citing a source in the Investigative Committee.
Conditions growing dire in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico Living conditions in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico are growing worse by the day, with tired, bewildered people lining up to buy scarce fuel and food Sunday amid a blackout and little to no telephone service.
Dem calls for all NFL players to kneel during national anthem Former Democratic Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.) tweeted that she hopes all NFL players kneel during the national anthem on Sunday in response to President Trump's remarks attacking Colin Kaepernick. Edwards, who left Congress earlier this year, called Trump a "white supremacist who squats in our White House" in her tweet.
Hezbollah has 10,000 fighters in Syria ready to confront Israel, commander says Hezbollah has more than 10,000 fighters in southern Syria ready to confront Israel, a commander for the Iranian-backed Lebanese terror group has said. "Hezbollah has over 10,000 fighters deployed in southern Syria. Hezbollah is an army of infantry, rockets, tanks, elite forces," the Hezbollah official told the Middle East Eye website this week, amid tensions surrounding the shooting down by the Israeli Air Force on Tuesday of an Iranian-built drone launched by the group as it attempted to cross into airspace.
First US military base in Israel Israel on Monday inaugurated with its US ally a joint missile defense base on Israeli soil, the first ever, a senior Israeli air force officer said. The new facility, at an undisclosed location in southern Israel, was announced as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was due to meet US President Donald Trump in New York on the fringes of the UN General Assembly.
In defiance to US, Iran unveils latest missile during parade Iran's Revolutionary Guard on Friday unveiled its latest ballistic missile capable of reaching much of the Middle East, including Israel, while the country's president vowed that Tehran would press ahead with its missile program in defiance of U.S. demands to the contrary.
North Korea could test hydrogen bomb over Pacific Ocean, says foreign minister North Korea could test a powerful nuclear weapon over the Pacific Ocean in response to US President Donald Trump's threats of military action, the country's foreign minister has warned. Ri Yong Ho spoke to reporters in New York shortly after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made an unprecedented televised statement, accusing Trump of being "mentally deranged."
Video: MSNBC Thinks American Sovereignty Is "Evil" Brian Williams of MSNBC is worried that President Trump's use of the word 'sovereign' during his UN speech was some sort of signal to the international community. James Clapper admitted on CNN that Trump could have been surveilled under the wiretapping of Paul Manafort. Also, Hurricane Maria leaves Puerto Rico without power for an undetermined period of time. Larry Nichols joins the program to discuss Trump's battle against the globalists and Mark Dice breaks down the latest attacks from the failing MSM.
5th Grade Teacher Forcing Class to Use Gender-Neutral Pronouns Chloe Bressack is a fifth-grade math and science teacher at Canopy Oaks Elementary School in Tallahassee, Florida. However, this new hire isn't starting off on a good foot with some parents after a letter she sent home explains their children will be using gender-neutral pronouns in the classroom.
Migrant Rapes Rise By 90 Percent In Bavaria According to statistics released by the Interior Ministry of the southern German state of Bavaria, the number of registered rape cases rose by 48 percent in the first six months of 2017. The rapes committed by migrant suspects showed a rise of over 90 percent. The revelations came as Munich, the capital city of Bavaria, was rocked by yet another brutal rape. Three Afghan migrants reportedly raped a 16-year-girl on her way back from school.
Muhammad Is Top English Baby Name For Fifth Year In a Row Muhammad is the top name for baby boys in the English regions of London and the West Midlands in 2016, and was the top scoring across the whole of England and Wales in the year when slight variations in spelling are taken into account.
UC-Irvine: Abetting Terrorism and Targeting Jews Over the past decade, the University of California Irvine has earned a well-deserved reputation as a base for supporters of anti-Israel terrorism and hostility towards Jews. At several events over the past few years, members of UCI SJP have entirely disrupted pro-Israel events, chanting slogans promoting terrorism such as "Intifada, Intifada/long live the Intifada" and "when people are occupied/resistance is justified," forcing Jewish students to disperse under the watch of campus police. Irvine hosts an annual Israeli Apartheid Week which has been variously called "Anti-Zionism Week" and "Resisting Zionism Week."
An apocalyptic mass extinction will begin in 2100, scientists say A mass extinction which wipes out humanity will be underway by the year 2100, scientists have claimed. By the end of the century, it's feared that so much carbon will have been added to the oceans that the planet will have passed a "threshold of catastrophe" which leads to the destruction of our species.
Trump Takes Socialism to Task in UN Speech During his speech at the United Nations Tuesday, President Trump took decisive aim at a sacred cow of the ever-radicalizing American left: socialism. In his address from the world stage at the UN's General Assembly, wherein all member nations are granted equal representation, Trump used the plight of Venezuela as a stark example of the dangers of leftist doctrine:
College Art Gallery Displays 'F*** the Police' Paintings, Pigs as Cops An art exhibit showing at Sacramento State portrays cops as pigs that shoot guns wildly, but the senior art student insists his paintings have "deeper meanings." That's probably why he wrote, "f*** the police" on one of them. The student, Jacob Lewis, began painting cops as pigs last year in response to Black Lives Matter's anti-cop mission. He told CBS 13 that he wanted to "send a message" with his work "rather than paint something that looks cool."
'We're basically in World War Three' In an interview with Arutz Sheva, philanthropist Kenneth Abramowitz spoke about Iran, terror organizations, and US President Donald Trump's first speech at the United Nations General Assembly. "Mr. Trump is the clearest it's been in a long time," Abramowitz said, noting that the US President could still be "a little more clear." "In the Middle East, we are fighting four terror organizations," he explained. "People think we're fighting ISIS, Al-Qaeda. They also know we're fighting Iran, which is the number one terror organization today. But we're also fighting the Muslim Brotherhood, financed by Turkey and Qatar, who are half friends, half enemies... And we're also fighting the Wahhabis financed by Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, who are half friends half enemies."
Egypt's Sisi: Palestinians must co-exist with Israelis Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi on Tuesday urged Palestinian Arabs to overcome their differences and be ready to co-exist with each other and with Israelis in safety and security. "I tell the Palestinian people it's extremely important ... to overcome the differences and not to lose opportunities and to be ready to accept co-existence with the other, with Israelis in safety and security," Sisi said in a speech before the UN General Assembly, as quoted by Reuters.
Israel and the American Jewish Crisis
As the New Year 5778 begins, 88% of Israeli Jews say that they are happy and satisfied with their lives. This makes sense. Israel's relative security, its prosperity, freedom and spiritual blossoming make Israeli Jews the most successful Jewish community in 3,500 years of Jewish history.
Watch: 8-year-old football players take knee during national anthem An entire Illinois football team of players aged 8 and younger took a knee rather than stand for the national anthem prior to Sunday's game in Belleville, KTVI-TV reported. "One of the kids asked me, did I see them protesting and rioting in St. Louis," Orlando Gooden, coach of the Cahokia Quarterback Club, told the station. "I said, 'Yes … do you know why they are doing it?'" A player answered, "Because black people are getting killed, and nobody's going to jail," Gooden recalled to the station.
'Alt-Right' Gets an Official Entry in Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Well, it's official: "Alt-right" is now in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, along with over 250 other modern words and phrases. As Business Insider noted, Merriam-Webster defined "alt-right," which has been in use since 2009, as "a right-wing, primarily online political movement or grouping based in the US whose members reject mainstream conservative politics and espouse extremist beliefs and policies typically centered on ideas of white nationalism."
Tuesday 19, September 2017
South Korea Unleashes 'Decapitation' Unit On North Korea South Korea is not playing games when it comes to their neighbor North Korea. South Korea is in the process of creating a 'decapitation unit' in hopes to take out North Korea's Kim Jong-un. The goal is to have the unit ready by the end of this year. This is important as North Korea is testing multiple nuclear weapons and tensions between with US and North Korea are growing.
Japan deploys missile interceptor near North Korea flight path TOKYO (AP) -- Japan on Tuesday moved a mobile missile-defense system on the northern island of Hokkaido to a base near recent North Korean missile flyover routes. Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera said a Patriot Advanced Capability-3 interceptor unit was deployed at the Hakodate base on southern Hokkaido "as a precaution" as part of government preparations for a possible emergency.
Ben Shapiro Schools Liberal Student on Abortion: 'If You're in a Coma, Can I Stab You?' During a Q&A following his Sept. 14 speech at the University of California-Berkeley, author and columnist Ben Shapiro explained that a first-trimester fetus has moral value even if it is only potentially sentient because an adult human in a coma is in a similar "potentially sentient" condition and it is not okay to stab or kill someone who is in a coma.
Intimidation: Governments suing those who request public records IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - An Oregon parent wanted details about school employees getting paid to stay home. A retired educator sought data about student performance in Louisiana. And college journalists in Kentucky requested documents about the investigations of employees accused of sexual misconduct. Instead, they got something else: sued by the agencies they had asked for public records.
Cornell students condemn 'build a wall' as 'hate speech' In another attack on President Donald Trump's tough immigration policy championing the phrase "build a wall," Cornell University students are condemning the chant as "hate speech" against illegal immigrants. Much of the controversy is concentrated around the commander-in-chief's push to stop DACA [Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals] dead in its tracks.
Salon: Statue of Liberty No Longer Represents American Ideals In a new article from the radicals at salon.com , an art historian questions whether the Statue of Liberty still represents the values of America. Noah Charney, a specialist in iconography, calls the Liberty Island personification of freedom "outdated," and he asserts that it no longer symbolizes "what most thoughtful Americans" consider to be the values of their country.
University of Virginia Bans Racist Flames In light of the violence and controversy of the August Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia - an event where those challenging the tearing down of a Robert E. Lee statue clashed with Antifa opposition - the University of Virginia is taking steps to separate itself from anything president Teresa Sullivan deems associated with that march, which she describes as "something darker and more depraved, disguised as a protest."
Next Up in Everything's Racist: Cotton !!! We wear it, touch it, or sit on it every single day but perhaps we should stop, because cotton is racist. That's what Daniell Rider, a triggered Hobby Lobby customer, felt when she saw raw cotton for sale at her local store in Killeen, Texas. Cotton on the stalk is a very popular home decoration and is widely used, thus the reason hobby and craft stores sell it. But seeing it was a time machine for Rider who immediately recalled images of slavery
Monday 18, September 2017
Russia Unveils Massive Military Force: 'The Enemy Has No Chance' Russia has begun its biggest war game in years on land, in the air, and on the sea bordering NATO's smallest and weakest member states. No fewer than 12,000 troops, 70 warplanes, 250 tanks, and 10 warships are officially scheduled to wage mock warfare from Sept. 14 to Sept. 20 in Belarus and Russia and on the Baltic and Barents Seas.
Iraq Could Possibly Split in Two -- and Start an Oil War An oil-rich province in the north of Iraq plans to vote in a referendum on Kurdish independence later this month, prompting fears of regional conflict as tensions escalate over who owns a portion of the country's crude. Kurdish forces have been in complete control of the province of Kirkuk -- as well as other disputed areas -- since the summer of 2014, when so-called Islamic State swept across parts of Iraq. In addition to being home to much of Iraq's oil, the northern part of the country forms part of Kurdistan, the unofficial but centuries-old home of the Kurdish people. The Kurds have long sought their own state and began to believe it was near their grasp after American troops overthrew Saddam Hussein's Iraqi government in 2003.
Future Wars in Mideast Probably on Water: Iranian Diplomat Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Seyyed Abbas Araqchi says the issue of water, water resources, coping with water scarcity, as well as the use of common water areas have always been top on the agenda of Iran's foreign ministry.
US intervening at UN in Israel's favor Arutz Sheva has learned that Vice President Mike Pence is expected to hold a special session on Tuesday, the day Prime Minister Netanyahu addresses the UN General Assembly, on what a senior American official defines as "the faulty behavior of the various organizational bodies." The senior American official said that a main agenda item of the Vice President will be the UN Human Rights Council and its unfair treatment of Israel.
Nurse: Babies who survive abortions are left to die in basins, struggling to breathe In a report compiled by the American Center for Law and Justice, a midwife describes horrific incidents when babies survive abortions. In the document titled "Late Term Abortion & Neonatal Infanticide in Europe," Mrs. Siv Bertilsson describes how these babies struggled to breathe for 5 to 15 minutes. Since there are no regulations on what medical staff should do when a infant survives an abortion, these children are left to die in a bowl or basin. Bertilsson describes the treatment of these children as "inhumane."
Last abortion facility in Toldeo may shut down after being fined $40,000 State health inspectors discovered that after one woman had an abortion, the doctor believed that he might have perforated the woman's bowel. Capital Care Network did not follow their own medical emergencies procedure, in which they should have called 911. Instead, they sent the patient out the back door and into an employee's personal car. They dropped her off at the hospital, and then came right back, not ensuring that the woman was treated promptly.
Pussycat Dolls singer speaks out about abortion: It shows 'how evil our world has become' As many in Hollywood unabashedly support the abortion industry, one artist is setting herself apart by challenging the narrative. In a recent interview with MRC Culture, Kaya Jones of the Pussycat Dolls described Hollywood's push of abortion as showing "how evil our world has become." Besides telling her own fight against Planned Parenthood, she revealed other personal stories about what happens when young women in the entertainment industry refuse abortion.
Federal judge blocks DOJ move against sanctuary cities The U.S. Department of Justice will not be permitted to withhold grant funds from cities that refuse to assist federal immigration officials to pursue suspected undocumented immigrants, a judge ruled Friday. U.S. District Judge Harry D. Leinenweber in Illinois said in a 41-page ruling that Attorney General Jeff Sessions likely overstepped his authority in efforts to urge sanctuary cities to give federal agents access to jails or tip them off when a suspected undocumented immigrant is scheduled for release.
Missouri Senate censures, doesn't expel black Democrat over Trump assassination post The Democratic legislator who posted on Facebook that she hoped President Donald Trump would be assassinated was formally reprimanded Wednesday by a vote of her Senate colleagues. Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, a Democrat from University City, was not expelled from the Senate, which Republican lawmakers had been threatening for weeks. Instead, the Senate approved a resolution censuring her, the first time in Missouri history a sitting senator has been censured.
Southern Poverty Law Center Compares Conservative Christians Like Ted Cruz to ISIS On Tuesday, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) launched the first in a series of articles about "Hate In God's Name," an examination of what it calls "Dominionism," a Christian ideology which inspires terrorism as deadly as the radical Islamic terrorism of the Islamic State (ISIS). While the SPLC article focused on groups responsible for domestic terrorism, it warned that this Christian ideology is widespread, and linked to a source which used Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) as the key example of Dominionism.
Poll Shows California Democrats Don't Support Free Speech for All
The birthplace of the "free speech movement" wants to kill it off now... In this cradle of the free speech movement, from the very campus where the First Amendment has been tested time and again, a new poll from UC Berkeley shows California voters are split over the delicate question of whether white nationalist groups should be allowed to demonstrate.
School Fears 'USA' Chant Could be Intolerant and Offensive There are a lot of patriotic students at Vista Del Lago High School in Folsom, California. So you can imagine their shock when they were warned that chanting "USA" at sporting events and pep rallies could appear to be inappropriate and intolerant.
Israel Strikes Military Facility Deep in Syria Israeli warplanes struck a military position near the Mediterranean coast in western Syria Thursday, killing two soldiers, the Syrian army said, in a stronghold of President Bashar Assad that is also heavily protected by the Russians and Iranians.
Hungarian PM Warns: "The Islamization of Europe is Real"
Hungary's prime minister, Viktor Orbán, has once again identified the existential threat facing European civilization in blunt terms, warning that the continent is being 'Islamized' and that waves of migrants will only increase in intensity during years to come. He also stated his opinion that countries like the United States and China will reject this transformation in a way that parts of Europe may not.
Arab Pundits Warn Iran Will Follow In Footsteps Of North Korea TEL AVIV - Arabic social media has been buzzing with commentary on the most recent nuclear test performed by North Korea, with many blaming the situation on the international community's nuclear deal with the Iranian regime. Jamal Hweireb, an Emirati author who also serves as a government cultural adviser in Dubai wrote, "Iraq suffered a blockade for 13 years until 2003 when it was destroyed by Bush after he invented the lie about Iraq's atomic bombs all while giving a pass to two criminal countries, Iran and North Korea. Interesting."
Who hit North Korean-linked Syrian chemical plant? Syrian opposition media named Israel as responsible for air strikes over Syria before dawn Thursday, Sept. 7 - in particular the attack which targeted the Scientific Studies Researchers Center, or Centre D'Etudes et de Recherches Scientifiques (CERS), at Masyaf, 38km west of Hama in central Syria.
ISIS Tells Operatives to Poison Food Products in Western Supermarkets Islamic State is reportedly telling its operatives in the West to carry out terrorist attacks by poisoning food items in supermarkets, Israeli media reports. The terrorist tactic of "contaminating food could be used on a larger scale in attacks on the West" was also independently confirmed by the Italian news agency ANSA.
Growth of 'no religion' among Brits ominous for U.S. A recent poll in England indicates for the first time that more than half of Brits are non-religious. Is there anything Americans should learn from that The survey by the National Centre for Social Research reveals that 53 percent of the English describe themselves as having "no religion" - and among those 18 to 24 years old, the percentage rose to a shocking 71. A similar survey by the same organization in 1983 showed 31 percent overall said they had no religion - a 70-percent increase over that 34-year span.
Study: Violent Political Confrontations Rising In California
Professor Brian Levin says that their research shows that along with a rise in hate crimes in California that is double what is being seen in the rest of country, that violent political confrontations are also increasing. The director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at Cal State San Bernardino told the joint session of the state legislature last week that violent political confrontations are rising in California by nearly double.
Infectious Mosquitoes Are Turning Up in New Regions
A mounting number of citations on a popular disease-tracking website suggests that mosquitoes may be moving into new ecological niches with greater frequency. The website, ProMED mail, has carried more than a dozen such reports since June, all involving mosquito species known to transmit human diseases.
Elon Musk: Artificial intelligence may spark World War III While many nervous eyes around the world are watching rogue nation North Korea and its latest nuclear test, billionaire worry-wart Elon Musk warns that an international artificial intelligence race is more likely to cause World War III than a 20th century-style arms race. "China, Russia, soon all countries w strong computer science. Competition for AI superiority at national level most likely cause of WW3 imo," the Tesla Motors and SpaceX CEO tweeted early Monday.
The danger of Dark Forces... Americans are being warned that the increasing popularity of New Age spiritualism and the growing interest in such things as mediums, seances, and "contact" with loved ones who have died are, in reality, the occult in operation.
Dear Liberals: Please don't complain about deporting children if you support murdering them According to Liberals, the "Dreamers" who were born to illegal immigrant parents deserve to stay in this country, even if they are not citizens. "Think of the children!" They cry. A slogan they trot out only on select occasions. They are always ready to quickly return their "But the children!" posters to the shed, should the conversation switch to a different and specific topic. That topic, of course, is abortion...
'Truly miraculous': Virginia abortion facility is about to undergo a serious transformation Catholic News Agency reported that the former Amethyst Women's Health Center averaged 1,300 abortion procedures each year. In 2013, local pro-life activists learned that the widowed owner of the abortion clinic was open to closing the facility but "felt trapped" because she needed to sell the building in order to retire. So they raised the funds necessary to purchase the building with the goal of turning it into a free medical clinic.
Antifa Group Accuses White House of 'Bullying' North Korea Two anti-Trump groups have expressed sympathy for North Korea as tensions rise between the dictatorship and the U.S. "We should not be comfortable with the largest military power in the world bullying a small, isolated country and terrorizing the people of that entire region. ... This is a nightmare," wrote the "resistance" group "Refuse Fascism."
CNN: Hurricanes Are Deadly Because Of Sexism CNN today boasted that a new study proves hurricanes are even worse than catastrophic acts of God that decimate people and property - they are also politically incorrect. CNN highlighted a study that claims people prepare differently based on the name of a hurricane. If the name is male or female makes a big difference:
Tuesday 05, September 2017
PM Netanyahu 'It's horrific to see how synagogues are turned into cafes' Two months ago, a synagogue in southern Tel Aviv was forced to close. Its building is now used as a supermarket for the neighborhood infiltrators - with the municipality's blessing. Deri also spoke about the Shabbat (Sabbath) desecration which goes on in Israeli society, and said he "will not allow" Shabbat to become the day when trains are on routine schedules. According to Deri, such a move would "lead government offices to begin operating normally on Shabbat and Jewish holidays."
RUMORS OF WAR: Israel army to hold drill simulating war with Hezbollah
Israel's army will begin Tuesday a massive exercise simulating conflict with Lebanese movement Hezbollah in the country's north, military sources said, in what would be the largest drill in nearly two decades. The drill will last 10 days and simulate "scenarios we'll be facing in the next confrontation with Hezbollah", a defense source said Monday, referring to the Iran-backed Shiite movement.
RUMORS OF WAR: The world is on the verge of war in Northeast Asia
News reports suggest many U.S. hedge fund managers have simply dismissed the pledge of peace and order on the Korean Peninsula issued by the Chinese Defense Ministry last Thursday. Trading and investment experts continue to worry about the Korean military standoff, and they have also raised a caution flag on asset values in 40 percent of the world economy - countries that would be directly affected by a looming conflagration.
Psychiatrist Rocks The Left With A Bombshell About Transgenderism... You don't hear these things on the news networks because liberals are trying to hide it. But what one psychiatrist discovered knocked the socks off the left. Dr. Paul McHugh is a professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University and he says that people calling themselves 'transgender' are actually participating in a social experiment.
Bill Clinton Signed Law That Honored The Confederate Flag And Robert E. Lee Democrats want to run and hide one very big detail about Confederate symbols. The very things that they are tearing down all across the country, they have a record of praising. Bill and Hillary Clinton made it a point to celebrate Confederate holidays as well as Robert E. Lee. Bill even signed into law an official honoring of the Confederate flag...
Joe Rogan: Big Data's Censorship Increases Risk Of Civil War
Political censorship from technology companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and other internet-based technology companies increases the likelihood of political polarization and politically-motivated criminal violence, said professors Bret Weinstein and Jordan Peterson during a Friday-published appearance on Joe Rogan's eponymous show. Rogan offered his iteration of the phrase "sunlight is the best disinfectant" in defense of free speech, expression, and debate. Censorship - formal and informal - prohibits open dismantling of immoral and destructive ideas:
Illinois GOP Gov. Rauner puts criminal aliens over Illinois voters
An immigration enforcement advocacy organization says the Republican governor of Illinois has ignored his state's citizens in signing a bill critics say is designed to give sanctuary to illegal immigrants. On Monday Governor Bruce Rauner (right) signed a bill known as the TRUST Act, which will prohibit state and local police in Illinois from arresting or detaining a person solely because of their immigration status, or based on a federal immigration detainer. The law would, however, allow law enforcement officials to hold someone if a judge has issued a warrant.
It's Happening: 162 'Offensive' Christian Statues Removed Statue hysteria must have taken over. It has now spread to the Catholic realm. First it was names of schools, then it was the founding fathers, then came Confederate symbols and statues. But liberals at one California School have really gone crazy by removing 162 symbols and statues, including the Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus. The San Domenico boarding school has removed these pieces with the attempts to be more 'inclusive.' They claim that is has nothing to do with the recent push to get rid of Confederate statues.
Activists Seek To Ban 'Neo-Confederate' National Anthem Leftist activists are calling the national anthem an example of a "neo-Confederate" ideology. The leftist online site Salon, wants to ban the national anthem from being played at sporting events because of certain lyrics within the song that are no longer sung.
Stop The Presses! CNN 'Discovers' Antifa Are Violent Hooligans The left-wing CNN spin-off of CNN, HLN, just had an epiphany that most people realized a long time ago. They finally admitted that ANTIFA are violent criminals. The network's show, Cupp Unfiltered, finally saw the destruction and violence that ANTIFA has been causing and that the left has been inciting.
Possible Serial Killer in Kansas City: 'Kill All White People'
A 22-year-old Kansas City black man, Fredrick Demond Scott, has been charged with murder in the deaths of two older white men in ambush-style attacks. Scott is also the suspect in the slayings of three other white men ranging in age from 57 to 67. If convicted of those crimes, Scott meets the FBI's requirement of a serial killer, The Kansas City Star reports.