Don't Be Alarmed But The Next War In The Middle East Is Brewing The next war in the Middle East is brewing. Yet some policymakers and pundits are missing the buildup and, in some cases, missing the battle lines. Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed, Lebanese-based Shi'ite terror group is preparing to go to war with Israel - once again.
'If you're Israeli, you've got to be happy Trump is president' Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci lauded President Trump's handling of the US-Israel relationship, saying that Trump's inauguration had begun a "new era" for the two countries. "If you want to defend liberty, if you want to defend individual freedom, you have to be a fan and a supporter of Israel," said Scaramucci.
FBI signals it may investigate Planned Parenthood for baby parts trafficking The FBI has asked the Senate for unredacted documents obtained from abortion facilities related to Planned Parenthood's trafficking of fetal body parts, signaling a move towards a potential investigation. The Hill reports that the FBI's request was made recently to the Senate Judiciary Committee, chaired by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who referred Planned Parenthood and abortion facilities to the FBI for criminal investigation.
Overt demonic activity coming, warns 'Spiritual Warfare' expert The Roman Catholic Church is publishing prayers to combat the "powers of darkness" as interest continues to grow in the rite of exorcism. Demons and supernatural forces have become a staple of popular culture, and churches are scrambling to keep up as the imagery of evil continues to flood pop culture.
Sex abuse claims have cost the US Catholic Church almost $4 billion Sex abuse scandals that have rocked the Catholic Church in the US have cost the institution almost $4 billion over six decades, the National Catholic Register (NCR) has found. An extensive investigation revealed that the Church paid out at least $3,994,797,060 between 1950 and August 2015; almost $1bn more than previously estimated.
How North Korean Weapons Could Start a War (in the Middle East) On November 4, a ballistic missile exploded above King Khalid Airport near Riyadh after being intercepted by Saudi Patriot missiles. The attack, launched by Houthi rebels in Yemen, led the Saudi government to blame Iran for supporting the rebels, escalating tensions across the Middle East.
Why Saudi Arabia and Iran are bitter rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran - two powerful neighbors - are locked in a fierce struggle for regional dominance. The decades-old feud between them is exacerbated by religious differences. They each follow one of the two main sects in Islam - Iran is largely Shia Muslim, while Saudi Arabia sees itself as the leading Sunni Muslim power.
'Introduce Sharia law, create Muslim state to avoid civil war' A French professor has suggested creating a Muslim state within France in order to prevent a civil war, reports Westmonster. Professor Christian de Moliner admits that an independent society has formed within France, which he described as: "A branch that wants to settle their lives on religious values and is fundamentally opposed to the liberal consensus on which our country was founded.
'Stop saying Christmas' Priest warns Christians to abandon the word CHRISTIANS should stop using the word Christmas because it has been hijacked by "Santa and reindeer", an Irish Catholic priest has urged. Father Desmond O'Donnell said Christians of all denominations should realize that Christmas and Easter no longer has any sacred meaning. DOES HE HAVE A POINT?
Students to atheists: Don't mess with Texas Christian flag An atheist group's demand to get rid of a Christian flag on a public school campus flagpole was defied by Texas high school students, who flew the flag with a message that was loud and clear. After the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) discovered that the "Come and Take It Flag" - donning a Christian cross that was flown during the Texas Revolution - was hanging from a flagpole at LaPoynor High School, it ordered the school district to remove it.
Muslim basketball player cut for anthem warmup; ACLU on it A Muslim community college basketball player in Kansas was cut from his team after taking warmup shots while the national anthem played, and then filed a complaint with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The ACLU followed up by sending Garden City Community College (GCCC) a letter claiming that the Muslim player, Rasool Samir, was not protesting, but rather simply refraining from observing the national anthem because his Muslim faith forbids him from acts of reverence to anything but the god of Islam.
Wisconsin College Democrats leader resigns after tweeting, 'I f-ing hate white men' Sarah Semrad, a junior at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and vice chair of the statewide College Democrats organization also celebrated tearing down flyers at her campus for Christian-based pregnancy counseling, the La Crosse Tribune reported. The tweets apparently caught the attention of conservative Milwaukee radio talk show host Mark Belling.
Monday 13, November 2017
Tension mounts in Lebanon as Saudi Arabia escalates power struggle with Iran In Beirut's southern suburbs, where buildings scarred with wars of old blend with posters of the latest dead, talk of another conflict has taken hold. A fight on a scale not seen before may be brewing, say locals like Hussein Khaireddine, a barber who says he and his family in the Shia suburb of Dahiyeh have grown used to tensions over decades.
Terror group: Israeli threats 'a declaration of war' The Islamic Jihad terror organization responded Sunday morning to Israeli warnings against retaliation for Israel's recent destruction of the terror tunnel network near Gaza. Major General Yoav Mordechai, the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT), on Saturday night warned the terrorist organizations in Gaza that Israel will respond to any act of retaliation for the destruction of the terror tunnel that was exposed in Israeli territory two weeks ago.
Report: Trump's team drafting peace plan U.S. President Donald Trump and his advisers have begun developing their own concrete blueprint to end the conflict between Israelis and Palestinian Arabs, The New York Times reported Saturday.
Israel trains for 'tunnel war'
Following Israel's bombing of a resistance tunnel at the end of the last month, in which it killed 12 Palestinians, its troops have started to train for a "tunnel war", Arabs48.com reported on Friday. The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) expects the Palestinian response to the killings to develop into a full-scale war that would include an Israeli ground operation, Israel's news website Wallah has said. If this happens, then "tunnel attacks" would be involved.
US warns against 'proxy conflicts' in Middle East as World War 3 tensions rise Though he did not directly say so, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's warning was aimed directly at Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shi'ite Iran, whose rivalry has already wrought upheaval in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Bahrain. Prime Minister Saad Hariri's shock resignation while in Saudi Arabia has led to a week of mounting tensions which threatens to break the country's delicate coalition government.
Privacy fears over artificial intelligence as crimestopper Police in the US state of Delaware are poised to deploy "smart" cameras in cruisers to help authorities detect a vehicle carrying a fugitive, missing child or straying senior. The video feeds will be analyzed using artificial intelligence to identify vehicles by license plate or other features and "give an extra set of eyes" to officers on patrol, says David Hinojosa of Coban Technologies, the company providing the equipment.
Professor Blames Whiteness for Texas Church Shooting Remember Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher, the white man who tweeted last year that "all I want for Christmas is white genocide"? The Communist who appeared on Tucker Carlson's show to defend his racist, anti-American views? The academic who was suspended from campus for a tweetstorm blaming the Las Vegas massacre on "Trumpism" and "white victimization"? Back with more hateful theories based in cultural Marxism, Ciccariello-Maher is now blaming "whiteness" for the recent Texas church massacre in which a mentally ill, Christian-hating, white atheist male murdered 26 people.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister calls for sanctions on Iran for its 'support of terrorism'
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister urged the international community to slap fresh sanctions against Iran on Thursday, accusing its arch-regional rival of supporting terrorism. "We would like to see sanctions on Iran for its support of terrorism and sanctions on Iran for violating the ballistic missile resolutions of the United Nations," Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi minister of foreign affairs, told CNBC Thursday.
What would China do in U.S.-North Korea war? A national defense analyst warns that a U.S.-North Korea war would be devastating, especially if the Chinese intervene. "Maybe man for man, or weapon for weapon, we have superiority," says Bob Maginnis, a retired U.S. Army colonel now with the Family Research Council.
Scientists are implanting tiny HUMAN brains into rats Stanford University bioethicist says as the lab rats become more human-like they may one day be 'entitled to some kind of respect'. Advances in science have allowed experts to connect tiny human brains with that of a rat. To do this, they created clumps of cells that behave similarly to human brains called organoids.Several labs have inserted those organoids into rat brains, connected them to blood vessels and successfully grown physical links.
One Year Later: Trump Hailed as 'Most Pro-Life President in Modern History' One year after his election to the presidency, national pro-life leaders are praising Donald Trump for his clarity and leadership in protecting unborn babies and their mothers from abortion. "President Trump has been the most pro-life president in modern history, slashing the Mexico City Policy shortly after taking office, which sent millions of taxpayer dollars overseas to pay for abortions," Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned Women for America, tells Breitbart News.
Dems Win in Dem States That Voted Dem in 2016 On the anniversary of President Trump winning the White House, Democrats are celebrating their own election wins in Democratic states which voted against Trump, and the mainstream media is spinning these victories as a "setback" for the president.
Iran-North Korea's 'axis of evil' may be Trump's biggest threat With sanctions and rhetoric, President Donald Trump may be pushing North Korea and Iran closer together. On Wednesday, while in Seoul on his Asia tour, three U.S. aircraft carrier strike groups displayed military strength nearby, while Trump gave dire warnings to North Korea's leader to abandon nuclear weapons. "Do not underestimate us, and do not try us," Trump said while addressing the National Assembly. It's a dangerous game of brinkmanship.
No god but Allah and public ed. is his apologist Wake up, parents, to the fact that many public schools are indoctrinating your children. "The parents have got to wake up to the fact," says constitutional activist Donna Hearne, "that their child is being indoctrinated in a way that is very destructive not only to what they probably believe in but also to the future of America."
Left-Leaning Chicago Approaching its 600th Homicide for the Year
Thirty people were shot over the weekend, five fatally, bringing the total number of murders to 593 as of Monday. Now, the Chicago Police Department employs slightly different accounting. Its numbers don't include homicides on expressways, fatal shootings by police, or justified homicide. Taking out those, the CPD tabulates 581 homicides for the year - still extremely high.
NY Governor Cuomo SLAMS Praying For Shooting Victims: 'We Have Pastors, Priests And Rabbis To Offer Thoughts And Prayers'
This is deeply insulting and deeply ignorant. It's insulting because the suggestion here seems to be that prayer in the absence of legislative action Cuomo likes amounts to nothing. We can judge your sincerity and efficacy before God by determining whether you back Cuomo's gun control policies. Did you pour your heart out before your Creator in sympathy with the slain children, and pledge charity or blood? Not enough. You didn't "do something" in the way Cuomo would have you do it. Did you decide to cherish your family more because the horror showed you that you have failed to properly appreciate your own children? Not enough, says Cuomo - support a government gun-grab, or be accused of doing nothing.
Saudis on the Brink of War BEIRUT (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia accused Lebanon on Monday of declaring war against it because of aggression by the Iran-backed Lebanese Shi'ite group Hezbollah, a dramatic escalation of a crisis threatening to destabilize the tiny Arab country. Lebanon has been thrust to the center of regional rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran since the Saudi-allied Lebanese politician Saad al-Hariri quit as prime minister on Saturday, blaming Iran and Hezbollah in his resignation speech.
Saudi crown prince accuses Iran of 'direct aggression' RIYADH (AFP) - Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman accused Iran on Tuesday of "direct military aggression" against the kingdom by supplying Yemen's Huthi rebels with ballistic missiles, state media reported. "The involvement of Iran in supplying missiles to the Huthis is a direct military aggression by the Iranian regime," the Saudi Press Agency quoted the crown prince as saying during a telephone conversation with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Air Force Filing Error Allowed Texas Church Shooter to Buy Weapon The Left would like to believe that additional laws on the books would have prevented Devin Kelley from committing mass murder at the Baptist church in Texas on Sunday, but nothing could be further from the truth. Not only did Kelley break the no murder-law 26 times, he also lied on his background check when purchasing the Ruger AR-556 back in 2016 which was used in the massacre. But now it has been revealed that had the shooter's previous domestic violence conviction been properly filed, he would have never been able to purchase the firearm in the first place.
Texas Church Killer Preached Atheism and a Member of Leftist Antifa Group The Texas church shooter who mercilessly shot dead 26 people and injured 24 others was an 'outcast' who 'preached his atheism' online. Former classmates say Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, who stormed First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas and opened fire on Sunday, was 'creepy', 'crazy' and 'weird'.
Lebanese Prime Minister Resigns, Plunging Nation into Uncertainty
Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri resigned from his post in a televised address from the Saudi capital Saturday, accusing Hezbollah of taking the country hostage, in a surprise move that plunged the nation into uncertainty amid heightened regional tensions. In his resignation speech, Hariri fired a vicious tirade against Iran and its Lebanese proxy Hezbollah group for what he said was their meddling in Arab affairs and said that "Iran's arms in the region will be cut off."
Balance of Power: Saudi Turmoil Sends Shockwaves Across Middle East Hopes for any semblance of order returning to the Middle East were dealt a body blow this weekend. Islamic State has been routed from most of its strongholds, and the war in Syria finally looks like it's winding down. But in the region's tumultuous tradition, it only took hours for Yemen to launch a ballistic missile at the Saudi capital, for dozens of Saudi princes and businesspeople, including billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, to find themselves under arrest in an alleged anti-graft sweep, and for Lebanon's prime minister to announce his resignation while in Saudi Arabia, blaming Iran for meddling in his country's affairs.
Four Mideast Conflicts to Watch... Islamic State is making a last stand in Iraq and Syria. But the region will not rest with the group's defeat, and is gearing up for a war for influence among the regional and international players that were drawn into conflict with the radical militants. A sign of the escalating tensions emerged in Lebanon on Saturday, when Prime Minister Saad Hariri abruptly announced his resignation, blaming Iran in an announcement from Saudi Arabia, its rival for regional hegemony. "Now the real war starts, after the players stop fighting their common enemy, Islamic State," said Sami Nader, head of the Beirut-based Levant Institute for Strategic Affairs.
State Department Sitting On A 'Motherlode' Of Clinton Evidence Judicial Watch has just announced that the State Department revealed in a federal court hearing that it has yet to process 40,000 of 72,000 pages of Hillary Clinton records that the FBI recovered last year. That is a lot of possible information that the FBI has just been sitting on and not revealing to the public.
Cosmo Pushes Incest, "This Is What It's Like to Fall In Love With Your Brother" ust a little over a week after it said white girls were forbidden to wear Princess Moana costumes for Halloween, Cosmo managed to out-ridiculous itself by normalizing incest. If you think Cosmo couldn't top its already off-the-charts insanity, then brace yourself, because things are going to get really gross... even by Cosmo standards.
Israel attacks Syrian arms factory Arab media reported Wednesday that Israel attacked an arms factory in the rural areas south of the Syrian city of Homs. According to the reports, the attack was carried out by IAF fighter jets. Reports also said that Syria responded to the airstrikes.
'Israel will act to prevent the arming of Hezbollah' Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz spoke this morning, Thursday, with Army Radio about the events last night in Syria and Israel's strike on the terror tunnel network near Gaza. On Wednesday, Arab media reported that Israel attacked an arms factory in the rural areas south of the Syrian city of Homs.
Update: Plague Outbreak is at 'Crisis Point' The deadly airborne plague spreading rapidly across Madagascar is now at 'crisis' point as cases have rocketed by 37 per cent in just five days, official figures reveal. The outbreak, the 'worst in 50 years', is being fueled by a strain more lethal than the one which usually strikes the country off the coast of Africa. The World Health Organization (WHO) now states there are 1,801 suspected cases - significantly higher than the 1,309 it reported last Thursday.
EVIL: Suspect in NYC Terrorist Attack Specifically Targeted Children Terrorist suspect Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov had reportedly been planning his attack for a year and used online resources to find his weapon of choice: a pickup truck from Home Depot. He then looked for the best spot for his attack, searching for "Halloween in New York City" and choosing a place where he would be likely to kill children.
Less Christian persecution with Obama out, Trump in An attorney fighting for the rights of persecuted Christians is pleased with the announcement by Vice President Mike Pence that the Trump administration will go around the United Nations to provide much-needed aid directly to victims of genocide in the Middle East. The new policy recently announced by the VP comes as welcome news to Liberty Counsel chairman Mat Staver, who explains that during former President Barack Obama's tenure, neither the effort nor the focus was enough to directly aid persecuted Christians.
50% of Millenials Would Rather Live in Socialist, Communist Countries... According to the latest survey from the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, a D.C.-based nonprofit, one in two U.S. millennials say they would rather live in a socialist or communist country than a capitalist democracy. What's more, 22% of them have a favorable view of Karl Marx and a surprising number see Joseph Stalin and Kim Jong Un as "heroes."
Khamenei restricts range of ballistic missiles
Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has restricted the range of ballistic missiles manufactured in the country to 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles), the head of the paramilitary Revolutionary Guard said on Tuesday, according to The Associated Press. The restriction limits the missiles' reach to only regional Mideast targets, including Israel and American military bases in the region.
'Hamas established Iranian emirate in Gaza'
A stern article by journalist and researcher Bina Al-Mulhoum against the Hamas movement was published in the Saudi daily Al-Riyadh, against the background of a recent visit by a high-level Hamas delegation in Iran.
Russian bombers heading for US warship INTERCEPTED by fighter jets near North Korea Two F/A-18 fighter jets scrambled to escort the Russian TU-95 bombers away from the warship on Sunday, US defense officials said. Putin's nuclear-capable "Bears" were stopped just 80 miles away from the vessel, the USS Ronald Reagan, in the Sea of Japan. US President Donald Trump has sent three aircraft carriers - the USS Ronald Reagan, USS Theodore Roosevelt and USS Nimitz - ahead of his visit to the region later this week.
'Big Brother' surveillance now comes with AI to read mood, trawl life... Companies from across the globe packed one of the world's biggest surveillance trade shows to demonstrate the latest gizmos and algorithms powering the high-tech revolution in the industry, of which China is on the vanguard. Tools being hawked included facial-recognition cameras, iris scanners, software that can read a subject's mood and cameras that can scan license plates in the dark.
Former Google Design Ethicist Analyzes Russia's Campaign to Infiltrate Your Mind Former Google design ethicist Tristan Harris joined today's show to talk about Russia's scary, smart campaign to shape Americans' ideas and turn us against each other. He explained how Russians figured out how to make "a bunch of deliberately polarizing content" by using a diverse range of issues to create social media posts and Facebook groups that were pro-veteran, pro-immigrant, pro-police and pro-Black Lives Matter. "They did it because they want it so we can't talk to each other, and they were able to do that with Facebook," Harris said.
Justice Clarence Thomas: 'I Don't Know' What 'We Have as a Country In Common'
"I mean, what binds us? What do we all have in common anymore? I think we have to think about that. I think this is - when I was a kid, even as we had laws that held us apart, there were things that we held dear and that we all had in common. And I think we have to - we always talk about E pluribus unum. What's our unum now? We have the pluribus. What's the unum? And I think it's a great country. I think we, for whatever reasons, have made it our - some people have decided that the Constitution isn't worth defending, that history isn't worth defending, that the culture and principles aren't worth defending." IT'S EASY TO SEE WHEN CHRISTIANS ARE RAPTURED INTO HEAVE, HOW THIS COUNTRY WILL FALL APART COMPLETELY AND GLADLY WANT TO BE A PART OF THE ANTICHRIST'S GLOBAL COMMUNITY.
Muslims to soon beat out Jews in U.S. population There are about 3.35 million Muslims in the United States right now, according to recent Pew Research Center's Factank figures. But by 2050, that particular population is projected to grow - from about 1 percent of the U.S. population to about 2.1 percent. If it does, that means America will be home to more Muslims than Jews. Just something to think about, post New York City terror attack - a terror attack that we now know was committed by a radicalized Muslim who professed allegiance to ISIS.
Wednesday 01, November 2017
"Religion of Pieces" Strikes Again in NYC... At Least 8 Dead The man who allegedly ran down cyclists and pedestrians along 17 Manhattan blocks pledged his allegiance to ISIS before his attack, it has emerged.
Police sources say Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, 29, entered a bicycle path at Houston Street at 3.05pm and drove downtown, knocking down victims before smashing into a school bus at Chambers Street, exiting and shouting 'Allahu Akbar'.
CNN'S Jake Tapper Calls Allahu Akbar 'Beautiful' After NYC Terrorist Attack Tapper was interviewing CNN's crime and justice reporter Shimon Prokupecz when he chimed in to give his opinion on the nature of the terrorist chant. "The Arabic chant Allahu Akbar, God is great - sometimes said under the most beautiful of circumstances and too often we hear of it being said in moments like this," Tapper said.
Iran condemns 'blood-sucking Zionist regime'
Iran's Foreign Ministry on Monday condemned Israel for destroying terrorist tunnelsleading from Gaza into Israel, resulting in the deaths of 12 terrorists, including a senior member of the Islamic Jihad. Bahram Qasemi, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry in Tehran, condemned what he called the "brutal attack by the Zionist regime's fighters" on Gaza.
Saudi Arabia takes first step towards nuclear plant tender Saudi Arabia has sent a request for information (RFI) to international suppliers to build two nuclear power plants, a first step towards a formal tender, three sources said. The kingdom is considering building 17.6 gigawatts (GW) of nuclear capacity by 2032, the equivalent of about 17 reactors, making it one of the biggest prospects for an industry struggling after the 2011 nuclear disaster in Japan.
UN Makes Anti-Israel Deal with 'Palestine' for $65 Million
A deal has been made between the United Nations and Palestine which seeks to smear Israel as a criminal state, according to a new report by Anne Bayefsky at PJ Media. "The United Nations has made a deal with the Palestinians to fund a $65 million legal pogrom directed at Israel," she states. "The party on the Palestinian side was referred to as the 'Government of the State of Palestine.'"
Black Death MAPPED: 'global outbreak' warning as NINE new countries place on high alert he latest outbreak, which took root in Madagascar, has now killed 124 people and infected around 1,300, but scientists say this figure will definitely rise. South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Comoros, the Seychelles, Mauritius and Reunion have all been placed on high alert by World Health Organisation (WHO) monitors. Experts say the deadly disease is caused by the same bacteria that wiped out 25 million people in Europe in the 13th and 14th centuries.
Facebook, Twitter: 'Russia' Tried to UNDERMINE Trump Legitimacy... Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch told a Senate Judiciary panel that content generated by a Russian troll farm known as the Internet Research Agency after Nov. 8 centered on "fomenting discord about the validity of [Trump's] election." That's a change from Russia's pre-election activity, which was largely centered on trying to denigrate Hillary Clinton, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence said in a January report.
Abbas: Hamas ministers will recognize Israel
Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Sunday claimed he would not appoint to the Palestinian unity government ministers from Hamas who will not openly and publicly recognize the State of Israel, Haaretz reports.
Hundreds dead as North Korean nuclear base collapses An underground North Korean military facility used for nuclear tests collapsed earlier this month, Pyongyang revealed Tuesday. The collapse occurred on October 10th at the Punggye-ri underground nuclear facility, 50 miles from the Chinese border, South Korea's Yonhap media outlet reported.
Cambridge to 'Decolonize' English Syllabus by Purging 'White' Authors
A group of left-wing activists in the UK has forced the University of Cambridge to agree to the removal of various literary classics written by white authors from its English courses. The university will be replacing the works of white writers with books authored by "black and minority ethnic writers," the British media report.
Kent State Commies Suggest Soviet Gulag System for Conservative Students
Leave it to the open-minded intellectuals at Kent State University to hope conservatives are put into Soviet-style prison camps. According to Campus Reform, the Kent State Socialist Collective (KSSC) tweeted a map of the Soviet Gulag system aimed at conservative student Leandra Westbrook simply because she supports free speech.
Sand: The Rise of Uncivil Education Due to advancing ignorance and arrogance – a deadly combination – the basic tenets of our republic are in trouble, and public education is at the center of much of what is wrong. While we went through a similar socio-political upheaval in the 1960s, I contend that the anti-liberty mob-think we live with is much more ingrained now. With indoctrination starting in kindergarten, many students have had 13 years of sensitivity training to prepare them for the feelings factories, formerly known as colleges.
Conservative opposition shuts down federal funding of Black Panther memorial
The National Park Service was going to use nearly $100,000 in federal funds to memorialize the Black Panther Party before conservative backlash shut the project down. Its goal would have been to "discover new links between the historical events concerning race that occurred in Richmond during World War II and the subsequent emergence of the BPP in the San Francisco Bay Area two decades later through research, oral history and interpretation," according to a park service notice.
Monday 30, October 2017
Mattis says threat of nuclear attack by N.Korea accelerating U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Saturday the threat of nuclear missile attack by North Korea is accelerating. In remarks in Seoul with South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo at his side, Mattis accused the North of illegal and unnecessary missile and nuclear programs - and vowed to defeat any attack.
Terror tunnels found under UN-funded school Officials from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) discovered a Hamas terror tunnel underneath an UNRWA school recently, the organization reported on Sunday. The tunnel was found roughly two weeks ago, concealed by an UNRWA school in the Gaza Strip. A similar tunnel was discovered under another UNRWA facility earlier this year.
UN earmarks $1.3 billion for Palestinian Arab independence The United Nations has decided to set aside USD 1.3 billion in order to assist the Palestinian Authority (PA) in waging its diplomatic war against Israel, the Israeli NRG website reported. According to the report, the funds are part of a wide-ranging program titled "United Nations Development Assistance Framework State of Palestine" which will move forward initiatives supporting "Palestine's path to independence".
The New Religions Obsessed with A.I. What has improved American lives most in the last 50 years? According to a Pew Research study reported this month, it's not civil rights (10 percent) or politics (2 percent): it's technology (42 percent). And yet, according to other studies, most Americans are wary of technology, especially in areas of automation (72 percent), or robotic caregivers (59 percent), or riding in driverless vehicles (56 percent), and even in using brain chip implants to augment the capabilities of healthy people (69 percent).
Pastor warns that millennials are 'on the verge' of losing all knowledge of God and faith An expert on millennials is warning that society is "on the verge of having a generation that has completely lost the knowledge of God." Mike Sherrard, director of RC College Prep, a high school ministry of Ratio Christi, a campus apologetics group, recently appeared on "The Billy Hallowell Podcast," where he offered a detailed explanation of this concern and said he doesn't believe it's all that dramatic of a statement.
Warnings of 'GLOBAL OUTBREAK' of Black Death as PLAGUE continues to spread Some 1,300 cases of the pneumonic plague, which is transmitted by air, have now been confirmed. An estimated 50 million lives were lost as a result of the Black Death epidemic of the 1300s. And now the deadly disease has spread into more African countries after taking root in Madagascar. Countries affected include South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Comoros, the Seychelles, Mauritius and Reunion.
'Muhammad' is the Future of Europe French President Emmanuel Macron this summer ended up in the middle of a political storm - with accusations of "racism" - for saying that women "with seven or eight children" are responsible for the current condition of the African continent, thus creating a challenge, according to Macron, that is "civilizational". The United Nations states that Macron is right. According to the UN's annual demographic report, "World Population Prospects," one-sixth of the world's population currently lives in Africa. By 2050, the proportion will be one-quarter, and at the end of the century - when Africa will have four billion people - one-third.
State Department Sitting On A 'Motherlode' Of Clinton Evidence Judicial Watch has just announced that the State Department revealed in a federal court hearing that it has yet to process 40,000 of 72,000 pages of Hillary Clinton records that the FBI recovered last year. That is a lot of possible information that the FBI has just been sitting on and not revealing to the public.
'We will not hesitate to prevent Iran's stranglehold' Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman spoke today, Wednesday, to graduates of the officer's training course in southern Israel, noting the looming security threats that Israel must address, and emphasizing that "the greatest challenge is the Iranian attempt to grip us in a stranglehold."
Watch: Tom Cotton Warns Iranian Threats Against Israel Are Growing Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AK), a leading member of the Senate Armed Services Committee and Senate Intelligence Committee, warned on Monday that the Iranian regime's threats against Israel are growing through the expansion of its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)'s political and military footprint across the Middle East.
Meretz removes 'Zionism' from its platform "Meretz is an Israeli party, and it has Jewish and Arab members," Meretz Chairwoman Zehava Galon tweeted. "My 'Zionism' is not Makor Rishon's Zionism. The Jewish people are not the only ones who have a right to self-determination. The Palestinians have this right, too."
Saudi Arabia becomes first country to grant citizenship to a robot
LONDON: A humanoid robot took the stage at the Future Investment Initiative yesterday and had an amusing exchange with the host to the delight of hundreds of delegates. Smartphones were held aloft as Sophia, a robot designed by Hong Kong company Hanson Robotics, gave a presentation that demonstrated her capacity for human expression.
Here's How PragerU Found out YouTube Was Censoring Its Conservative Videos PragerU is an educational site that sums up conservative ideas in concise, shareable videos. The problem? YouTube has been arbitrarily marking PragerU videos as inappropriate content and blocking them from generating ad money. "What they have done is truly remarkable, and they make these 5-minute educational videos," Glenn said. "You can't tell me that they are inaccurate; they are done by some of the greatest minds alive today, and they are now being censored on YouTube."
See how this college is making patriotism a graduation requirement In an era of protests against the national anthem, the pledge of allegiance and traditional concepts of "patriotism," one college is fighting back. The College of the Ozarks launched a new required course for all freshmen titled "Patriotic Education and Fitness" to ensure that even if students do decide to protest something in America, they aren't doing it out of ignorance.
Trump in Opioid Address: 90% of Heroin Comes Over Southern Border, We're Building a Wall President Donald Trump, in an address from the White House, declared the opioid epidemic a public health emergency. He vowed to fight the scourge of opioids on many fronts, including at the U.S.-Mexico border. "An astonishing 90% of the heroin in America comes from south of the border where we will be building a wall, which will greatly help in this problem," said Trump.
Islamic Extremist Tried To Detonate A WMD On American Soil A man in Miami, Florida is suspected of being inspired by Islamic extremists to blow up a bomb at the Dolphin Mall, reports The Miami Herald. The man was arrested on Friday night by FBI counter-terrorism agents in an undercover operation.
US sends THIRD aircraft carrier near North Korea in shock war move USS Nimitz has joined USS Theodore Roosevelt - dubbed the "Big Stick" - and USS Ronald Reagan in the western Pacific. The 100,000-ton warship and its strike group joins the two carriers amid fears of war with North Korea. Each vessel is accompanied with a cohort of destroyers and submarines, and USS Ronald Reagan has been carrying out war drills since last week.
Plague warning in 9 countries... PLAGUE warnings have been issued for NINE countries surrounding Madagascar amid fears the disease could spread via sea trade and flight routes. The outbreak is considered a much bigger threat to the region than in previous years because it has taken on its pneumonic form - meaning it is airborne and spread by sneezing and coughing.
Rutgers professor calls Judaism the 'most racist religion' Michael Chikindas, a microbiology professor at Rutgers' department of food science and director of the university's Center for Digestive Health, posted dozens of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories blaming Jews and Israel for many of the world's ills, and even attacked Judaism as "the most racist religion" in the world.
How Sweden supports terror against Israel... In Sweden there is an ongoing discussion about whether Sweden is funding Palestinian terrorism or not. The truth is that Sweden supports Palestinian projects and NGOs promoting terrorism and violence. By doing so Sweden is in fact guilty of encouraging violence and extremism in the Palestinian society.The Swedish aid is not peaceful and we need to protest how it has been misused.
Top Hillary lawyer lied for YEAR about dossier... A Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer who launched what would become known as the anti-Trump 'dirty dossier' denied involvement in the project for a year as reporters pressed him for information. Marc Elias brokered a deal between the Clinton camp, the Democratic National Committee and opposition research firm Fusion GPS to dig up dirt on the president while he was running for office.
Robots will have an IQ of 10,000 in 30 years Super artificial intelligence is coming, and sooner than you might expect. That's according to SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son. The Japanese billionaire spoke from the Future Investment Initiative in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Wednesday. In about 30 years, artificial intelligence will have an IQ of 10,000, Son says. By comparison, the average human IQ is 100 and genius is 200, according to Son. Mensa, "the High IQ society," starts accepting members with an IQ score of 130.
Columbia University Ignores Threatened Republican Students Remember when Ivy League schools were places that challenged students, more than any others, to learn new things, expand their horizons, and consider other points of view? Those days are long gone. Executive Board Members of Columbia University's College Republicans are being doxxed and threatened by the city's Anfita coalition, and the school has done nothing.
Iran's Rouhani: We've never been stronger Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claimed on Monday that Iran's position in the Middle East had never been stronger, but warned that the regime was at risk unless infighting between political factions was curbed.
Expert: China Seeking Larger Economic, Military Footprint in Middle East WASHINGTON, DC - China is seeking to grow its economic and military footprint in the Middle East, an important source of energy and trade, a prominent Chinese professor said this week. Pan Guang, a professor at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, spoke at George Washington University on Wednesday about China's desire to become more involved in the affairs of the Middle East as it seeks to implement its "One Belt One Road" strategy.
ACLU 'downright cruel' to unborn babies Under the Trump administration, the federal government no longer wants to be complicit in abortions performed on under-age teens who enter the country illegally. To the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), refusing to facilitate the killing of these unborn children is "unprecedented, it's unconstitutional, and it's also unconscionable," according to Brigitte Amiri, a senior ACLU staff lawyer.
Clinton campaign, DNC funded firm behind 'Trump dossier' Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund the research that resulted in the so-called "Trump dossier" that contained scandalous material tying President Trump to Russia, according to a report Tuesday.
Feminist Professor Says We Need to Rewrite Knowledge Without Science Science. Who needs it? Not Sara Giordano, Women's Studies professor at the University of California-Davis. She used to be a neuroscientist, but then decided that science is bad, and that we need to, according to a recent essay she wrote for a feminist theory magazine, get to work "rewriting knowledge" through a feminist lens. The essay, written for the magazine Catalyst is entitled, "Those who can't, teach: critical science literacy as a queer science of failure," and argues that it's time to "challenge the authority of science." Yes, this woman left the field of neuroscience to become an academic who argues that science is bad.
Leftist Uprisings at UCLA Threatens Jobs for Conservative Professors To say that the campus of the University of California-Los Angeles leans left is putting it mildly. In reality, leftist uprisings over the last few years have changed the entire landscape of the university. Conservative professors are not safe and being open about it amounts to career suicide.
UK Gov't Demands Phrase 'Pregnant Women' Be Replaced with 'Pregnant People' A 1976 civil rights covenant in the United Kingdom is in dire need of a vocabulary update, according to British officials who are discussing the language of a proposed amendment to a United Nations treaty. The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights currently lists certain protections for "pregnant women," like being spared the death penalty. Unfortunately for the language police, "women" is now an exclusionary term.
Tuesday 24, October 2017
Texas teens stand up to atheists and defend Christian flag The red, white and blue has flown outside LaPoynor High School in LaRue, Texas, for as far back as anyone can remember. But instead of 50 stars on a blue field, this flag bears a cross - a symbol of the Christian faith. The Christian flag flies alongside the Texas flag and Old Glory. And that's a big problem for a bunch of out-of-town atheist agitators - a mighty big problem.
Kurds win Syrian oil under secret US-Russian deal - prize for Raqqa US-backed Syrian Kurdish militias reported Sunday, Oct. 22, the capture of Syria's biggest oil field of al-Omar in the eastern Deir Ez-Zour province.
They were pressing on with their offensive against the Islamic State after capturing Raqqa. Al-Omar is located on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River. The Kurds' takeover pre-empted its grab by a mixed force of Russian-backed Syrian army contingents and Hizballah, which had halted 6 km short of al-Omar.
'Iran-led Shiite axis is Israel's biggest enemy' Prof. Moshe Maoz, an expert on Syria and Hezbollah from the Political Science Department at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, said on Sunday he believes four rockets from Syriawhich exploded in the Golan Heights on Saturday were accidental spillover from the Syrian civil war.
USC Prof: 'Whiteness' Must Be 'By Any And All Means, Destroyed' Charles H.F. Davis, according to his bio, is an "assistant professor of clinical education at the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California and chief strategy officer and director of research at the USC Race and Equity Center."
A look at his Twitter profile shows it's filled with anti-white racial hate and glamorizes the murder of police.
Belgian Government Defends Website Teaching 7-Year-Olds Oral Sex Techniques A sex education website in Belgium is stirring controversy for recommending 7-year-olds learn oral sex techniques. The website, "Everything about sex," features, among other things, graphic illustrations of sexual acts and sex toys as well as details surrounding birth control and STDs. Although the website was designed for 15-year-olds, the content has now been suggested for school children as young as seven.
George W. Bush goes globalist, PC on Trump The head of a messianic Jewish ministry expressed disappointment - but not surprise - over the comments made by former President George W. Bush that were critical of President Donald Trump's nationalistic principles. The comments delivered at a New York City conference hosted by the George W. Bush Institute, amounted to an indirect critique from a former Republican president who has remained largely silent during Trump's unlikely rise to power.
Princeton group goes PC, drops 'evangelical' from its name Princeton Evangelical Fellowship has changed its name to Princeton Christian Fellowship because members felt that the word "evangelical" now has a negative perception in contemporary American culture. However, Christian apologist Dr. Alex McFarland, insists that "evangelical" is a word that should be celebrated - not swept under the rug because it refers to the spreading of the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Monday 23, October 2017
EXCLUSIVE: US Preparing to Put Nuclear Bombers Back on 24-Hour Alert The U.S. Air Force is preparing to put nuclear-armed bombers back on 24-hour ready alert, a status not seen since the Cold War ended in 1991. That means the long-dormant concrete pads at the ends of this base's 11,000-foot runway - dubbed the "Christmas tree" for their angular markings - could once again find several B-52s parked on them, laden with nuclear weapons and set to take off at a moment's notice.
ISIS Details Devastation of California Wildfires in Caliphate Newsletter
The Islamic State included a report on the California wildfires in the news briefs section of their weekly newsletter, noting the property damage estimates and death toll of blazes that were the "worst in the history" of the state. ISIS, which has encouraged followers to try arson as a terror tactic, did not take credit for starting any of the blazes.
Churches merge, close: 'Christendom thing of past'... Fcor a decade and more, Govans Presbyterian Church and Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church have labored in the manner of many mainline Protestant congregations: Working ever harder to provide spiritual resources for dwindling number of congregants. or a decade and more, Govans Presbyterian Church and Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church have labored in the manner of many mainline Protestant congregations: Working ever harder to provide spiritual resources for dwindling number of congregants.
Is America part of biblical prophecy? Theologian tackles major End Times question With the end times dominating so many headlines of late both before and after a failed Sept. 23 doomsday prediction, there are a plethora of eschatological questions emerging over what the Bible really says about the end of days. Among them: Is America part of biblical prophecy? This is a question that author Jeff Kinley tackles in his new book, "The End of America?" as he explores what various theologians have to say about the matter.
Research now shows that preborn babies can feel pain very early - by 8 weeks
A study published in March 2017 found that preborn human beings have a much more advanced nervous system than previously believed. The study, "Tridimensional Visualization and Analysis of Early Human Development," which was published in the journal Cell, was conducted to create a precise cellular and molecular cartography of the human embryo. What it discovered was that as early as the first trimester, fetuses already have adult-like nervous system patterns, even in their hands and feet - concluding that fetal pain is a real experience.
Why millennials are ditching religion for witchcraft and astrology...
Interest in spirituality has been booming in recent years while interest in religion plummets, especially among millennials. The majority of Americans now believe it is not necessary to believe in God to have good morals, a study from Pew Research Center released Wednesday found. The percentage of people between the ages of 18 and 29 who "never doubt existence of God" fell from 81% in 2007 to 67% in 2012.
Judges commit impeachable offense, rule against cross A federal appeals court ruled last week that a cross on public land is a violation of the U.S. Constitution. This ruling, not to put too fine a point on it, is absurd, unconstitutional, and represents an impeachable offense.
Snowflake Professor Freaks Out Over State Police, Thinks They Are 'Aryan Militia' A University of Florida professor has revealed just how hysterical some Leftists can get. On Thursday, the repugnant white nationalist Richard Spencer spoke on campus, an event that clearly seemed destined to create tension and possibly even violence. A certain bit of paranoia is to be expected, but for one professor, it went beyond the norm when he thought an "Aryan Brotherhood militia" had descended upon the campus:
Liberal students love 'Bernie Sanders' tax plan.' What they're hearing is actually Trump's tax plan. Liberal college students flocked to embrace the idea of President Donald Trump's tax reform proposal like bears to honey... when they were told that it belonged to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) instead. Campus Reform visited the campus of Washington, D.C.'s George Washington University and asked students their opinions on Trump's new tax plan. Needless to say, the students excoriated Trump's proposal straight out of the gate.
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.