28 Apr 2018

Electronics 3D-printed onto human skin
“We imagine that a soldier could pull this printer out of a backpack and print a chemical sensor or other electronics they need, directly on the skin. It would be like a ‘Swiss Army knife’ of the future with everything they need all in one portable 3D-printing tool.”

Secret Recording Reveals Democratic Party Boss Ordering Candidate To Quit Race
In the latest striking example of how the Democratic Party resorts to cronyism (and perhaps corruption) to ensure that its favored candidates beat back progressive challengers in local races, a candidate for Colorado’s 6th Congressional District has leaked a recording of a conversation with Minority Leader Steny Hoyer to The Intercept which published it overnight. In it, Hoyer can be heard essentially lecturing the candidate about why he should step aside and let the Democratic Party bosses – who of course have a better idea about which candidate will prevail over a popular Republican in the general election – continue pulling the strings.

UC Berkeley can’t block lawsuit alleging censorship of conservatives, judge rules
UC Berkeley has become the epicenter of ongoing free speech wars in the U.S. It canceled several appearances by conservative speakers amid the violence of black-clad Antifa activists. In February 2017, a speech by Milo Yiannopoulos was canceled after violent far-left activists started a riot in opposition to his presence. The uproar over the cancelation prompted President Donald Trump to threaten to pull federal funding from the school if it “does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view.”

Trump slams Comey’s ‘leak’ denial: ‘Very sick or very dumb’
“Is everybody believing what is going on. James Comey can’t define what a leak is. He illegally leaked CLASSIFIED INFORMATION but doesn’t understand what he did or how serious it is. He lied all over the place to cover it up. He’s either very sick or very dumb. Remember sailor!” he wrote.

IAF attacks 6 Gaza targets after Palestinian attempt to breach border fence
The Israeli Air Force attacked six terror targets belonging to the Hamas naval force in the Gaza Strip late Friday night after a large-scale attempt by Palestinian rioters to breach the border fence and enter Israel earlier in the day. According to Palestinian reports, IAF aircraft launched missiles at two boats at the Gaza port, as well as a Hamas post in Deir al-Balah, south of the port.

Myanmar violence: Thousands flee fresh fighting in Kachin state
Thousands of people have fled renewed fighting between the army and ethnic Kachin rebels in Myanmar’s northernmost state. Some 4,000 people have been driven from their homes since early April, according to the UN. It comes as a longstanding conflict between the Kachin Independence Organisation (KIO) and government troops escalates.

EU member states support near-total neonicotinoids ban
Member states have voted in favour of an almost complete ban on the use of neonicotinoid insecticides across the EU. Scientific studies have long linked their use to the decline of honeybees, wild bees and other pollinators. The move represents a major extension of existing restrictions, in place since 2013.

US flies bombers over South China Sea
US Air Force B-52 Stratofortress bombers flew a training mission over the South China Sea on Tuesday, according to the US military.
The bombers took off from Andersen Air Force Base on the island of Guam according to a statement from US Pacific Air Forces, which oversees air operations in the region. The flight also involved additional training with F-15 Strike Eagle jets in the vicinity of Okinawa, Japan.

Romaine lettuce outbreak update: 98 people sick in 22 states
A nasty strain of bacteria that can cause severe illness is what’s driving a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce, health officials said Friday. The government now has reports of 98 people who got sick in 22 states. Forty-six people have been hospitalized, including 10 with kidney failure, which is an unusually high number of hospitalizations.

Saudi Arabia downs Yemeni rebel missile
Saudi Arabia said its air defences on Friday intercepted a missile fired by Yemeni rebels, days after the insurgents’ second-in-command was killed in an air raid by Riyadh and its allies. The ballistic missile, the latest in a series of similar attacks, was headed towards the kingdom’s southern coastal city of Jizan, the official state news agency said. No casualties were reported.

U.S. appeals court allows Texas to implement voter ID law
In a 2-1 decision, a panel from the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the law, which was designed as a fix for previous voter ID legislation struck down for being discriminatory. The panel said the new legislation enacted last year had “improvements for disadvantaged minority voters,” the latest chapter in a seven-year dispute over voter ID at the ballot box in Texas, the most-populous Republican-controlled state.

For the first time ever, Israel’s government is reaching out beyond the Jewish people
In a historic first, the Israeli government is moving forward with a plan to reconnect with tens of millions of people that apparently have Jewish ancestry. Such a project may not only drastically change the demographics of Israel but also bring about a prophecy in Obadiah suggesting that these people will fill up the Negev region in southern Israel, paving the way for the Messiah.

Islamic Turkey seizes 50 Christian churches and properties as their open war against infidels intensifies
Turkish authorities recently seized about 50 properties – monasteries, cemeteries and churches – that belonged to the Syriac Orthodox Church, claiming the ownership deeds had lapsed.

Alabama Amendment To Put 10 Commandments In Schools Gets A Big Boost
On Friday, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill came out in support of two constitutional amendments that will be on the November 6 ballot. One would authorize the display of the Ten Commandments on state property, including schools, and the other would support the “sanctity of unborn life” in Alabama’s constitution.

Pew: 65% of White Democrats Don’t Believe in ‘All-Knowing, All-Powerful, All-Loving’ God
Two-thirds (65%) of white Democrats do not believe in a God or higher spiritual power that is “all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-loving,” Pew Research Center reported Wednesday.

9/11 Families Drop Truth Bomb
…a group representing families of 9/11 victims, the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, has filed a 52-page petition with 57 exhibits of conclusive evidence that explosives were planted and detonated.

Facial recognition may be coming to a police body camera near you
The country’s biggest seller of police body cameras on Thursday convened a corporate board devoted to the ethics and expansion of artificial intelligence, a major new step toward offering controversial facial-recognition technology to police forces nationwide.

Soros-Funded Group Launches App to Help Illegal Aliens Avoid Feds
An open borders group that has benefitted from U.S. taxpayer dollars and is funded by leftwing billionaire George Soros launched a smartphone application to help illegal immigrants avoid federal authorities. The app, Notifica (Notify), is described in a Laredo, Texas news article as a tool to protect immigrants living in the U.S. illegally by utilizing high tech and online social communications. With the click of a button, illegal aliens can alert family, friends and attorneys of encounters with federal authorities. “Immigration agents knocking at the door?” the news story asks. “Now, there’s an app for that, too.”

Israel at UN: Iran has more than 80,000 fighters in Syria
Ambassador Danon presents satellite photo of alleged Iranian base near Damascus, indicates Israel would take military action to prevent Tehran from getting nukes

Be Very Afraid America-Ted Cruz Has His Come to Jesus Moment
…George Soros is also bribing GOP Congressional representatives to not run for re-election. Ted Cruz has seen the face of the devil and is showing signs of changing.

Lawsuit: ‘Anti-Israel Deep State’ concealing U.N. fraud
The American Center for Law and Justice has filed a lawsuit against the State Department alleging its “anti-Israel Deep State” is concealing a report that may reveal fraud and mismanagement in the United Nations’ refugee program.

U.N. agreement blocks Alfie Evans from getting help in Italy
The parents of an ailing 23-month-old British boy have no say in the treatment of their child because of a United Nations agreement signed by the United Kingdom and every other nation on earth, except the United States.

Russia ‘Won’t Allow’ Another US Military Action In Syria Based On False Flag
Russia’s envoy to the OPCW said it was crucial to avoid new false-flag attacks in Syria and that Moscow “won’t allow” US military action there, as he described details of Russian findings on the site of the alleged Douma incident.

Drug Users Take Over Corridors Of San Francisco BART Station
Shocking video is calling attention to what’s going on in one of the busiest BART stations in the Bay Area: junkies blatantly shooting up out in the open as commuters walk by, others slumped along filthy corridors.

Crime Rate Skyrockets in Culturally Enriched Britain, London Murder Rate Jumps 44% 
Crime rates are skyrocketing across the board in multicultural Britain.