18 Jan 17
And Now The Left’s War On Normal Americans Truly Begins
President Donald Trump replaces President Faily McWorsethancarter Friday, but we’re not going to be able to Netflix and chill in the fight for freedom. The left and its establishment allies are desperate to regain the power they see slipping away, and we need to understand that the only way to stop them is to beat them to a pulp and leave them whimpering in the fetal position, crying out for their genderfluid mommies.
3.1 earthquake strikes near Mammoth Lakes
A shallow magnitude 3.1 earthquake was reported Tuesday evening 14 miles from Mammoth Lakes, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 6:53 p.m. at a depth of 2.5 miles.
According to the USGS, the epicenter was 67 miles from Clovis, Calif., 67 miles from Sanger, Calif. and 70 miles from Reedley, Calif.
Three strong earthquakes in one hour shake central Italy
Three earthquakes measuring above 5 on the Richter scale hit the central Italian region on Wednesday morning, an area which was devastated by a series of quakes last year and is currently suffering from heavy snow. The quakes were felt in Rome along with other areas of Lazio, Abruzzo and the Marche, and as far away Umbria, Naples and Florence.
Fake Polls? How CNN And ABC Are Fudging The Numbers To Tank Trump’s Favorability
According to Gallup, 28 percent of Americans identify themselves as a Republican, while 25 percent identify as a Democrat. Despite this information, eight more percent of participants in both the ABC and CNN polls identified as Democrats, leading to an 11 point swing in partisanship breakdown off the national average.
Hungary set to turn screws on Soros-backed NGOs
Hungarian NGOs have long felt the heat under strongman Prime Minister Viktor Orban -- but they now fear that, emboldened by Donald Trump's victory, the right-wing premier will turn the screws even tighter.
First in line may be groups backed by Hungarian-born billionaire financier George Soros, whose foundation once funded the Oxford studies of a young Orban more than 25 years ago.
Israeli policeman and Bedouin killed in clashes over demolitions
Two people have been killed in southern Israel during a confrontation between police and Bedouin villagers over the demolition of illegally built homes.
Police said an officer was killed in a car-ramming attack in Umm al-Hiran, in the Negev desert, and that the Israeli Arab driver of the car was shot dead.
They said the driver was active in the Israeli Islamic Movement.
Mexico violence: Four killed in Cancun gunfight
An attack on the government offices in the Mexican beach resort of Cancun has left four people dead, officials say.
Police intervened after gunmen opened fire at the Quintana Roo state attorneys' office. TV showed footage in which intense gunfire could be heard.
One policeman and three suspected attackers died, governor Carlos Joaquin said. Five suspects were arrested.
Quakes hit snow-bound central Italy
Central Italy has been struck by a series of earthquakes, as the region shivers in freezing temperatures.
The biggest quake was 5.4 in magnitude and struck an area devastated by earthquakes in August.
They hit between 10:25 (9:25 GMT) and 11:25 and were felt in Rome, 100km (60 miles) to the south-west.
Mali car bomb 'kills at least 37 people' in Gao
At least 37 people have been killed in northern Mali in a car bomb attack on a military base, officials say.
The incident occurred when a vehicle packed with explosives detonated at a camp housing soldiers and members of rival armed groups in the city of Gao.
Mali's northern desert region has been restive since it was captured by militant Islamists in late 2012.
House bill would target Iran's airline and test its nuclear deal
House Democrats and Republicans are considering a bill that would require...Donald Trump and his intelligence chiefs to investigate Tehran's use of its state-run civilian airline to ferry military parts and figures to its battleground in Syria.
The bill is...to interrupt Iranian business with...Boeing and Airbus...titled the Terror-Free Skies Act...
Flashing a peace sign in a photo could lead to identity theft
The National Institute of Informatics (NII) in Japan claims that taking and publishing photos of subjects who are flashing the popular two-fingered 'V' or peace sign could lead to identify theft. It warns that fingerprint recognition technology is now so advanced that even casual snapshots can be used to retrieve fingerprint information. The report also says the technology is widely available and easy to use.
China to develop prototype super, super computer in 2017
China plans to develop a prototype exascale computer by the end of the year, state media said Tuesday, as it seeks to win a global race to be the first to build a machine capable of a billion, billion calculations per second.
If successful, the achievement would cement its place as a leading power in the world of supercomputing.
World leaders find hope for globalization in Davos amid populist revolt
Amid growing doubts about the future of free trade and international economic cooperation, proponents of globalization found reasons for optimism as the World Economic Forum opened Tuesday.
Gambia Declares State Of Emergency As Leader Refuses To Cede Power
Two days before Gambian President Yahya Jammeh is supposed to cede power, he has declared a state of emergency in the country. He has refused to step down to make way for Adama Barrow, who won last month's election.
Boom: Trump eyes 10% spending cuts, 20% slash of federal workers
The spending reductions are expected to be used to help pay for Trump's plan to boost the Pentagon's budget, tax cuts and some pet projects, potentially including the anti-immigration wall on the nation's southern border.
North Dakota Lawmakers Want To Legalize Running Over Protesters
Running over protesters may soon be legal in North Dakota, if conservative lawmakers are successful in advancing legislation introduced last week.
House Bill Number 1203 (pdf) states that, “Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.”
17 Jan 17
CAIR to Trump: Drop Franklin Graham From Inauguration
The Council on American-Islamic Relation, a Muslim group that is unlikely to wield the kind of power over the Donald Trump administration as they did over the current president, is calling on Trump to dis-invite Rev. Franklin Graham from Friday’s inauguration ceremony.
In a press release, CAIR said that Graham was a “notorious Islamophobe” who had no business speaking at the event.
Israel and US Jewry moving further apart
The large gap between the feelings of the Jewish majority in Israel and the feeling of most US Jews following Donald Trump’s election should serve as a warning sign to all of us. It reflects processes that both the Jewish-Israeli and the Jewish-American societies are going through.
Trump adviser tells elite: listen to the people
global elites have to get out of their comfort zones and listen to the people if they don't understand how Trump was elected or why Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Britain will leave EU single market, May says
Britain will leave the EU's single market when it exits the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday, putting an end to speculation that London might try to seek a "soft Brexit". In a long-awaited speech in which she sought to define the country's future as a global player that aims to trade freely far beyond Europe, May said the final exit deal would be put to parliament for a vote.
"Start packing,’ N. Korea tells Obama after Kim Jong-un's sister blacklisted
“Obama would be well advised not to waste time taking issue with others’ ‘human rights issues’ but make good arrangements for packing in the White House,” North Korean news agency KCNA said in a statement late Monday night.
Winter Storm Kori Named: Ice Storm For the Northwest and More Feet of Sierra Snow
Video: Kori Will Bring Ice to Pacific Northwest. Winter Storm Kori has been named, and it will bring ice to the Pacific Northwest through Friday.
49 Years After MLK, Christian Pastors Call For Arms: Guns & Prayer Are Necessary
One genuine news story ignored by nearly all media this past Christmas was the slaughter of over 100 mostly Christian Nigerians-- and-- the razing of 50,000 homes, the destruction of thousands of acres of farmland, and the displacement of roughly 10,000 people in southern Kaduna, Nigeria. The pre-Christmas season atrocity was just one of many perpetrated by people the government calls, “herdsmen,” who were known to have relentlessly terrorized 25 villages where Christians...live.
Marijuana-Related Illness Increases in Legalized States
As various states move towards the legalization of marijuana, doctors are noticing the increase of a particular illness that is associated with regular use of the drug. Emergency rooms have been seeing an influx of patients with the same symptoms – severe abdominal pain and intense vomiting – and this increase is particularly high in certain states that have already legalized the use of marijuana.
New embassy a sign of pope’s love for Palestine, President Abbas says
Mahmoud Abbas thanked Pope Francis for his support of the country’s new embassy to the Holy See. “This is a sign that the pope loves the Palestinian people and loves peace,” Abbas told the pope Jan. 14 before heading to the inauguration of the Palestinian embassy to the Holy See in Rome. The pope welcomed Abbas with open arms, embracing the president and saying, “It is a pleasure to welcome you here.”
Trump Gives One Word Answer For His Priority As Commander-in-Chief
President-elect Donald Trump said the EU should shoulder more of NATO’s economic burden, dinged German immigration policy, and told reporters his singular “priority” as commander-and-chief boiled down to one word: “ISIS.”
Ex-Black Panther GRILLS ‘Illegitimate Congressman’ John Lewis — ‘A Little Girl Being Beaten By Daddy’
Mason Weaver told Tucker Carlson Monday night that Georgia Democrat John Lewis is an “illegitimate congressman.” What he has done now, he has turned himself to his enemy.” Weaver compared Lewis to “a little girl being beaten by Daddy and joins Daddy,” and “a woman beaten by her husband who joins the husband.”
“He has joined the enemy.”
UK Stands Up for Israel, Slams Paris Summit, Refuses to Sign Anti-Israel Statement
The United Kingdom defied the anti-Israel sentiment coursing through Sunday’s “peace” summit in Paris by criticizing the conference as detrimental to Israel’s interests and refusing to sign a joint statement issued after the summit which called for a two-state solution.
Evidence of Biblical Capture of Edom Found in 10th Century BCE Excavation
A copper smelting site and an ancient wall dating back to the 10th century BCE have been excavated at the Timna copper mines antiquities site in southern Israel’s Arava desert region, lending credence to the biblical story of the capture of Edom in the time of King David.
Germany says NATO concerned about Trump 'obsolete' remark
Germany's Foreign Minister said on Monday that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's comments that NATO was obsolete had aroused concern across the 28-member alliance.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier, speaking after a meeting with alliance Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels, said Trump's remarks contradicted views expressed by designated Defense Secretary James Mattis. He spoke also of "amazement".