Poll: Majority of Democrats Now Accept Pornography
For the first time, a majority of Democrats do not have moral qualms about pornography. A new Gallup poll found that 53 percent of Democrats see pornography as “morally acceptable,” an 11 point spike from last year and the biggest jump since Gallup began taking the survey in 2011.
In Heated Interview, Putin Says “Ask The State Department About Soros”
Russian president Vladimir Putin gave a tense interview to Austria’s ORF television channel which at times got so heated, he spoke in German to ask host Armin Wolf to let him finish his answers. “There are rumors circulating now that Mr. Soros is planning to make the Euro highly volatile,” Putin said quoted by RT. “Experts are already discussing this. Ask the [US] State Department why he is doing this.
Priestap: FBI’s Strzok Played “More Central Role Than Previously Known” In Clinton, Russia Probes
It was an assignment so secretive that Peter Strzok giddily texted his side piece about it on an unsecured line. It’s also weird for NYT to characterize the meeting as “not yet reported” seeing as how Strzok’s texts about it have been out for months. Fearful of leaks, they kept details from political appointees across the street at the Justice Department.
Crispr Fans Fight for Egalitarian Access to Gene Editing
Crispr. The topics were thorny—from the ethics of self-experimenting biohackers to the feasibility of pan-global governance structures. And more than once you could feel the air rush right out of the room. But that was kind of the point. CrisprCon is designed to make people uncomfortable. Like any technology, the applications of gene editing tech will be shaped by the values of the societies that wield it.
Gennifer Flowers: Bill Clinton will be prosecuted for his crimes
“I believe Bill Clinton will be prosecuted for his crimes … just like Harvey Weinstein,” Flowers told Laura Ingraham on the Fox News Channel’s “Ingraham Angle” Tuesday night. “Why shouldn’t he be prosecuted for rape like Bill Cosby has and Harvey Weinstein?”
Iran says in no mood to go extra mile on nuclear inspections
Iran will not heed a call to cooperate more fully with U.N. nuclear inspectors until a standoff over the future of its agreement with major powers is resolved, its envoy to the agency said on Wednesday.
SPACE WEATHER VS. SUPERCOMPUTERS
Solar minimum is coming. Should supercomputers worry? Researchers have long known that cosmic ray neutrons and other high energy particles can cause errors and even crash supercomputers in mid-calculation. That’s worrisome because cosmic rays are intensifying with the decline of the sunspot cycle.
New radiocarbon cycle research may alter history
“Our work,” he added, “should prompt a round of revisions and rethinking for the timeline of the archaeology and early history of the southern Levant through the early Biblical period.”
As Syria crumbles, gov’t pushes plan to develop Golan, increase population
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon endorsed a new plan on Wednesday to rapidly develop the Golan Heights and raise its population from 22,000 to 100,000 within a decade. The plan, which was written by Deputy Minister Michael Oren, calls for forming an inter-ministerial committee led by Finance Ministry Director-General Shai Babad to improve the quality of life in the Golan and bring more tourists to the area.
Some big Jordanian unions strike despite replacement of prime minister
Jordanian unions pressed ahead with a strike on Wednesday to protest a draft tax law despite efforts by King Abdullah to defuse public anger after the country’s largest protests in years. Although some unions pulled out of the strike after the king replaced his prime minister, urging new talks over income tax, several shops and pharmacies in the capital Amman shut down and hospital employees staged a protest.
Trump-Kim summit to be held on Singapore’s Sentosa island
The much-anticipated meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will take place at a hotel on the Singaporean island of Sentosa, the White House has confirmed. The 12 June summit was called off two weeks ago by Mr Trump but has since been salvaged after a flurry of contacts between the two sides.
Vladimir Putin: Western sanctions ‘harmful for everyone’
President Vladimir Putin has said Western sanctions against Russia are “harmful for everyone” and it is in everyone’s interests to lift them. Speaking in Austria, he said Russia had restored stable growth, despite the EU and US sanctions first imposed in 2014 after Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimea. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said his country wanted to act as a bridge between Moscow and the West.
Microsoft sinks data centre off Orkney
Microsoft has sunk a data centre in the sea off Orkney to investigate whether it can boost energy efficiency. The data centre, a white cylinder containing computers, could sit on the sea floor for up to five years. An undersea cable brings the data centre power and takes its data to the shore and the wider internet – but if the computers onboard break, they cannot be repaired.
Guatemala volcano: Almost 200 missing and 75 dead
At least 192 people are missing and 75 are dead as a result of the explosion of the Fuego volcano in Guatemala on Sunday, officials say. Villages on the slopes were buried in volcanic ash and mud. Rescue work on Tuesday was disrupted when a new eruption sent hot gas and molten rock streaming down the volcano’s south side.
Facebook gave data access to Chinese firm flagged by US intelligence
Facebook has data-sharing partnerships with at least four Chinese electronics companies, including a manufacturing giant that has a close relationship with China’s government… The agreements, which date to at least 2010, gave private access to some user data to Huawei, a telecommunications equipment company that has been flagged by American intelligence officials as a national security threat, as well as to Lenovo, Oppo and TCL.
Bilderberg Globalists Concerned About Populist Uprising in Europe
Bilderberg globalists are concerned about the populist uprising sweeping Europe. The annual elitist confab is set to meet this week in Turin, an appropriate venue given that Italy has just elected an anti-mass migration, eurosceptic coalition government. According to the group’s official website, the number one topic of conversation at this year’s secretive meeting will be “populism in Europe”.
Iran says in no mood to go extra mile on nuclear inspections
Iran will not heed a call to cooperate more fully with U.N. nuclear inspectors until a standoff over the future of its agreement with major powers is resolved, its envoy to the agency said on Wednesday. The International Atomic Energy Agency, which is policing the restrictions placed on Iran’s activities under the deal, has said Tehran is implementing its commitments, but also called for “timely and proactive cooperation” on providing access for snap inspections.
Israeli Forces Break Up Plot to Target PM Netanyahu and US Embassy in Jerusalem
Israel’s Shin Bet security service says it has uncovered a plot to target Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The Shin Bet says a resident of a Palestinian refugee camp in east Jerusalem is among those in custody for his involvement in the plot, orchestrated from Syria, to harm Netanyahu and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat.
A First: IDF Participating in NATO Exercises Despite Israel Not Being Protected From Iran
The IDF is participating for the first time in the US-led North Atlantic Alliance’s (NATO) eighth annual Eastern European exercise, Saber Strike 2018, which began on Sunday. Nineteen countries participate in the maneuvers, with about 18,000 soldiers spread around Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.
Supreme Court Overturns Lower Court Ruling Allowing Immigrant to Obtain Abortion
The Supreme Court voted unanimously this week to vacate a lower court ruling that allowed an undocumented teen to get an abortion. The Texas teen, known as “Jane Doe” in court records, already had an abortion, but the Trump administration asked the Supreme Court to rule on the case in case the teen’s abortion set a precedent for similar cases.
McCabe asks for immunity ahead of congressional hearing on handling of Clinton case
Ousted FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is seeking immunity in exchange for his testimony related to a Justice Department watchdog’s referral for possible prosecution, ahead of a congressional hearing on the handling of the Clinton email probe during the 2016 presidential election. Michael Bromwich, an attorney representing McCabe, sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, on Tuesday requesting that McCabe be granted immunity in exchange for testimony surrounding the inspector general’s report that he leaked information and lied about it to former FBI director James Comey.
Continetti: Bill Clinton ‘Blows Up’ When Confronted on Tough Questions
Continetti was on “Meet The Press Daily” along with former Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri and McClatchy reporter Anita Kumar discussing Clinton’s interview on “Today” where he was upset with questions related to his infamous affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Rioters in Gaza Resume Arson Kite Attacks Against Israel
Palestinians from the Gaza Strip once again launched burning kites at civilian communities on the Israeli side of the border Tuesday, setting hundreds of dunams of farmland alight adjacent to Kibbutz Nir Am, Sapir College and Netiv Ha’Asara.
Poll: 72% of Americans Believe Euthanasia Should Be Legal
According to a recent Gallup poll, 72% of Americans believe that euthanasia should be legal. In addition, the survey found that “Democrats and liberals are especially likely to favor it.”
FEMA Is Beta Testing FEMA Camp Incarcerations In Hawaii
The late Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, predicted that the Supreme Court would one day look the other way and either by overt commission of by benign neglect, authorize another FEMA camp style incarceration in the midst of the presence of war, or in the midst of domestic disturbance leading to the abuse of the civil rights of civil rights of specific Americans. Consequently, this would lead to another round of history repeating itself as Americans are sent off to internment camps (ie FEMA camps).
HEAD-SCRATCHER: Anglican Church votes in favor of same-sex marriage
Anglican priests in New Zealand have been given permission to bless couples in same-sex marriage. The blessing of same-sex marriage in the Anglican Church of New Zealand has just been approved. Previously, priests were forbidden from offering this kind of blessing. They faced disciplinary action if they disobeyed.
UK in shock as a Muslim has been put in charge of Islamic immigration and policing Islamic rape gangs
The Tories have imposed a Muslim Home Secretary to rule over the British people.
Islamic terror cell in Israel planned to assassinate PM Netanyahu and Jerusalem’s Mayor…but that’s not all
Security officials say terror cell planned attacks on senior Israeli leaders and American, Canadian diplomatic facilities in Jerusalem.
INFERNO ISRAEL: The Islamic terror TOY that is burning down Israel in a blaze of fire and horror
“They are harming that symbol. They are making us fear something that is so beautiful, clean and playful, and has connotations of family, community, love and happiness.”
NATO ally reveres Hitler: ‘I wish he had killed all of’ the Jews
Scores of tweets praising Hitler and Nazism illustrate the increase in anti-Semitism in Turkey under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his ruling AKP party.
Huge parade celebrates gay pride in Brazil
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Brazil’s largest city Sunday for its 22nd gay pride parade, which is considered one of the world’s biggest.
How Bernie Sanders And His Socialist Agenda Could Destroy America
The inevitable consequences of socialism are apparent throughout history.
World’s Most Hated Hated Chemical Company Monsanto Is About To Disappear Forever In Purchase By Pharma Giant Bayer
The German pharmaceutical company Bayer has been in the process of buying the Monsanto company for more than two years, and the $66 billion deal is finally closing this week.
Thousands to flock to Franklin Graham’s sermon
…The 65-year-old Graham said in a telephone interview with the Record Searchlight Monday that his 10-city California has exceeded his expectations.
Now It’s Against the Law in California to Shower and Do Laundry on the Same Day
Governor Jerry Brown is retiring but not before he passes a few draconian laws as parting gifts for California. Two bills were signed into law on Thursday of last week to “help California be better prepared for future droughts and the effects of climate change.”
Physicians offered cash bribes to achieve 63% immunization rate of children while pushing anti-science flu shot propaganda
If you’ve ever wondered why your doctor is always so keen to encourage your family to get the flu shot every year, you can stop wondering, because the answer is very simple: Money. Activist Post is reporting that the Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Blue Care Network of Michigan publishes an annual report openly declaring how much they give doctors in kickbacks each year for ordering tests, prescribing medications and, of course, pushing vaccines. And it’s a lot of money.
Department Of Homeland Security Compiles List Of All Bloggers, Journalists, & “Social Media Influencers”
Many were hoping that once Barack Obama was out of office we would see less of this Big Brother surveillance nonsense, but instead it seems to be getting even worse.