27 Jun 2018

Breaking: Justice Anthony Kennedy announces retirement; Trump to get second US Supreme Court pick 
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement Wednesday, giving President Donald Trump the chance to cement conservative control of the high court. The 81-year-old Kennedy said in a statement he is stepping down after more than 30 years on the court. A Republican appointee, he has held the key vote on such high-profile issues as abortion, affirmative action, gay rights, guns, campaign finance and voting rights.

Scientists record coldest temperature ever seen on Earth’s surface
Researchers from the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC)…have now identified the coldest places on the planet, where the mercury plummets to almost -100° C (-148° F) under specific conditions.

NOAA Set To Abandon Climate Change Mission
The National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) may be about to remove ‘climate change’ from its list of core priorities. In contrast, for the present mission, the word “climate” was gone, and the first line was replaced with “to observe, understand and predict atmospheric and ocean conditions.” The presentation also included a new emphasis: “To protect lives and property, empower the economy, and support homeland and national security.”

Is Gene Editing the New Name for Eugenics?
The question is whether this technology, which is highly controversial, is little more than a stealth way to introduce GMO genetic manipulation by way of another technique.

Arctic Sea Ice Volume Highest In 14 Years
On the 10th anniversary of NASA’s ice-free in 2018 forecast, Arctic sea ice volume is the highest since 2004. Four of the five slowest melt years have occurred during the last five years. Thick sea ice is blocking both the Northern Sea Route and Northwest Passage.

13 rockets fired from Gaza after IDF strikes balloon launcher’s vehicle
Palestinian terror groups fired at least thirteen rockets on Israel from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday evening, according to the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit. Three of the rockets fired were intercepted by the Iron Dome and at least three launching sites were spotted by the IDF in the Gaza Strip. The IDF Spokesperson’s Unit confirmed that three of the rockets were fired in the direction of Sderot, Sha’ar HaNegev and Sdot Negev.

Israel boycotting 38th UN Human Rights Council session
Israel is boycotting the 38th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, which opened in Geneva on June 18 and ends on July 7. Without any fanfare it stopped attending the daily council session last week after the United States announced that it planned to withdraw from the UNHRC. The US said it planned to give up its seat as one of 47 UNHRC voting members and it would stop attending council sessions.

Knesset bill to stop Palestinian terrorist payments moves forward
The Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee voted Wednesday to advance a bill aimed at stopping the Palestinian Authority from giving terrorists and their families 1.2 billion shekels a year in monthly stipends, despite an attempt by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government to water down the bill. The legislation is now expected to pass into law next Monday.

Senior Polish official says country will amend controversial Holocaust law
The Polish government will amend a controversial law dealing with the Holocaust so that it will not be a crime subject to prosecution to say that the Polish nation or people were responsible for Holocaust-related crimes, a spokesman for the Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Wednesday.

U.S. Army purchases TROPHY active defense system in $193 million deal
The US Army awarded a contract worth $193 million for Israel’s TROPHY active defense system to shield its Abrams tanks “in support of immediate operational requirements,” Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has announced. Designed to detect and neutralize incoming projectiles, the Trophy system has four radar antennas and fire-control radars to track incoming threats such as anti-tank-guided-missiles (ATGMs), and rocket propelled grenades.

Palestinian Authority rejects Israeli, U.S. ideas to help Gaza
The Palestinian Authority on Tuesday expressed fear that the talk about easing restrictions on the Gaza Strip was part of an Israeli-Palestinian “conspiracy” to transform the Palestinian cause into a “humanitarian issue.” The PA, which has been imposing its own financial sanctions on the Gaza Strip, also expressed fear that the easing of restrictions would embolden Hamas and tighten its grip over the coastal enclave.

Syria war: Government forces launch assault on divided southern city Deraa
Syria’s army has launched an assault on rebel-held areas of the divided city of Deraa, after making significant gains elsewhere in the country’s south-west. State media said troops had stepped up their bombardment ahead of an operation to take the road linking Deraa with the nearby Jordanian border. Earlier, they cut in half a strip of rebel-held territory running north from the city by capturing two key towns.

Papua New Guinea polio outbreak declared
An outbreak of polio has been confirmed in Papua New Guinea, 18 years after the country was declared free of the disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) says the virus was detected in a six-year-old boy in April. The same strain of the virus has now been detected in other healthy children in the same community, making it officially an outbreak.

US military aims for $1B missile defense radar in Hawaii
The U.S. military wants to install missile defense radar in Hawaii to identify any ballistic missiles that are fired from North Korea or elsewhere, officials said Tuesday. The $1 billion system would spot warheads on missiles headed for Hawaii and other U.S. states, and provide that information to ground-based interceptors in Alaska designed to shoot them down.

Xi tells Mattis China won’t give up ‘one inch’ of territory
China is committed to peace and won’t cause “chaos” in the world, but cannot give up even an inch of territory that the country’s ancestors have left behind, Chinese President Xi Jinping told U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Wednesday. Mattis, a former Marine general, has been highly critical of China’s muscular military moves in the disputed South China Sea.

Soros’ Vision for Bilderberg is Finished Thanks to Donald Trump
Globalists’ push for the New World Order is failing as the Old Order rises up. Whether you support Donald Trump or not, one thing that nobody can deny is that he has finally ushered in the beginning of the end for Soros’ Bilderberg vision.

US Debt Burden Set to Break Record in Early 2030s
Growing deficits to push debt to almost 100 percent of GDP by 2028. Debt as a share of the United States economy is on track to blow through the previous World War II-era record within two decades and keep rising from there, the Congressional Budget Office said in its annual long-term budget report. Generally assuming no change in current laws, growing budget deficits would push debt held by the public from the current level of 78 percent of the economy to almost 100 percent of gross domestic product by 2028, and to 152 percent of GDP by 2048, according to the agency.

“You Are Unbalanced”: Hungarian Foreign Minister Shuts Down Enraged BBC Reporter Over EU Migration
“What we don’t want is a massive illegal influx coming from the south to us, we want to keep Hungary a Hungarian country and we don’t think by definition that multiculturalism is good… If you think so, if people in this country think so, we respect that, but please don’t put pressure on us.”

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez win stuns Democrats, puts new attention on Pelosi
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a former campaign organizer for Bernie Sanders, pulled off a stunning upset in New York City on Tuesday by defeating U.S. Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-N.Y., who was considered a kingmaker and an all but shoo-in. Crowley, 56, a 10-term incumbent from Queens and fierce Trump-basher, was a steady fundraiser for fellow Democrats and was thought by some to be a future Speaker of the House. His defeat left no clear potential choice in the House to succeed U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., as the party’s leader.

Administration, Pro-Life Groups Declare Victory at Supreme Court
The Trump administration and pro-life activists hailed the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn a California law that forced pregnancy centers to steer women to abortionists.

Dr Scott Stripling: An Archaeological Maverick Using the Bible As a History Book
Dr. Scott Stripling, provost at The Bible Seminary in Katy (Houston) Texas, has been sifting the sands of Israel for over 20 years. Using the Bible as a guidebook he is now digging in Shiloh, which he surmises may be the true site of the Tabernacle. However, some of his fiercest critics are Israeli archaeologists who claim the Bible cannot be relied upon to tell historical truth.

In Mexico, rising ‘mass crime’ defies security forces
Whoever wins Sunday’s presidential election will have to face not only Mexico’s drug cartels, but a new kind of crime involving whole neighborhoods defying police and military personnel. Such “socialized” or “mass” crimes are spreading in Mexico as entire communities empty freight trains of merchandise or steal hundreds of thousands of gallons of fuel from pipelines. “The logic of the people is that they see politicians and officials stealing big time … and they see themselves as having the same right to steal as the big-time politicians,”

Putin-Trump summit on agenda as John Bolton holds Moscow talks
U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton held talks in Moscow on Wednesday with Russian officials ahead of a meeting with Vladimir Putin, part of an effort to lay the ground for a summit between the Russian president and President Donald Trump.

Warning: Google forming alliance with ‘Deep State’
Information giant, bureaucrats united by progressive ideological agenda. Amid growing calls to break up Google, is the public missing a quietly developing merger of the universal information engine with government? White notes the close relationship forged between Google and the Obama administration, in particular, through various means, including an exchange of personnel.

Abortion Doctor Movie to Air in 750 Theaters in October
…”Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” will open in as many as 750 theaters through a distribution deal with GVN Releasing. Actor Dean Cain plays the lead detective who pursued the case.

Drag queen-for-children agenda invades Small Town, USA
It’s already been held in left-wing enclaves such as Long Beach and St. Paul, and it’s infiltrated children’s television program.  Now it’s making a move into small town USA.

Showtime to Air Fox News ‘Sex Gate’ Series
Showtime will air an eight-episode TV series to portray the alleged sexual harassment women were subjected to at the Fox News Channel.

Warning: Google forming alliance with ‘Deep State’
Amid growing calls to break up Google, is the public missing a quietly developing merger of the universal information engine with government?

Netanyahu Criticizes Itinerary for Prince William’s Visit: ‘Jerusalem Is Israel’s Eternal Capital’
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday leveled pointed criticism of British Prince William’s planned visit to the Jewish state. The official itinerary for the trip refers to Jerusalem as “part of the occupied Palestinian territories,” a determination which has rankled Israeli officials.

Dangerous heat wave to broil northeastern US this weekend through July 4th holiday
…There is the potential for many locations to have highs well into the 90s over a three- to five-day stretch.

Governor Asks Trump To Declare Federal Disaster In Md. After Floods
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is asking for a Presidential Disaster Declaration for the state of Maryland as a result of the flooding on May 27 that turned deadly in Ellicott City and affected Baltimore city and Baltimore county.

A new supervolcano is brewing under Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire
…“The upwelling we detected is like a hot-air balloon, and we infer that something is rising up through the deeper part of our planet under New England,” says Rutgers University geophysicist Professor Vadim Levin.

Fentanyl-Laced Flyers Placed on Texas Police Windshields — One Deputy Exposed
A sheriff’s office sergeant was treated for exposure to the drug which can be fatal, even in small doses, officials stated. The flyers tested positive for the presence of fentanyl.

Royal Navy intercepts Russian warships after Putin’s forces enter North Sea
THE ROYAL Navy has intercepted two Russian warships when they were sailing close to the UK in the North Sea.

Starbucks Expands Benefits to Cover ALL Transgender Surgeries
Coffee giant Starbucks has announced they will fully fund an employees’ gender transitions, from reassignment surgery to hair transplants and other cosmetic procedures.

“This Is Just the Beginning” – Liberal Website Warns Republicans of 70’s Style Bombings
On Monday Splinter.com published a report threatening bombings because of President Trump’s policies.

Presbyterians Lambaste Israel, Shy From Criticizing Hamas
The 2018 Presbyterian General Assembly voted in favor of several resolutions that called out Israel for its contributions to violence against “Palestinians,” but that gave a free pass to the terror group Hamas.

Teens who mocked, filmed and failed to help drowning Florida man won’t face charges
A group of teenagers who heartlessly videotaped and mocked a drowning man in Florida without helping him will not be charged with a crime because no such law exists, a top Florida law enforcement official said in a statement last week.

Iranians Chant ‘Death to Palestine’ at Economic Protests in Tehran
Iranians protesting their nation’s failing form of currency took to the streets to chant a phrase that’s not oft-in-coming from the Mideast — “Death to Palestine.”

Breaking: Enemy Armies Now Attacking The US / Trump Strikes Back With Rex 84
President Trump is fighting off obstructionists and a Deep State coup, while battling the fake news media and an infestation.

New York Times’ Israel Coverage ‘Literally Worse Than Al Jazeera’
The New York Times, already slammed for its liberal-leaning reporting, can now take home a new label for its newspaper shelves — that of being about the worst outlet in the world when it comes to covering Israel. “How bad is The New York Times’ coverage of Israel?” asked Ira Stoll, in the Algemeiner. “It’s literally worse than Al Jazeera.”

Spain: Ground Zero for Europe’s Anti-Israel Movement
Valencia, the third-largest city in Spain, has approved a motion to boycott Israel and slander it by declaring the city an “Israeli apartheid-free zone.” The move comes days after Navarra, one of Spain’s 17 autonomous communities, announced a similar measure. In all, more than 50 Spanish cities and regions have passed motions condemning Israel. The proliferating anti-Israel activism, driven by the rise to power of the political far-left, is establishing Spain as the EU member state most hostile towards the Jewish state.