30 Jan 15
Obama Wins War on Terror By Saying It Doesn’t Exist
The White House said that Taliban is an “armed insurgency” and not a terrorist group, a handy semantic tactic to allow President Barack Obama to declare he was won the war on terror.
Israel has become a strongly partisan issue in Washington
This speech will place Bibi firmly in the crossfire between Democrats and Republicans, on Capitol Hill. There are many who are angered by a foreign leader pushing his way into the middle of what most consider to be a strictly Washington affair.
INCREASING CHANCE OF FLARES
The sunspot number is rising, and so is the chance of flares. NOAA forecasters have boosted the odds of an M-class solar flare today to 50%.
U.S. armed drone program in Yemen facing intelligence gaps
The United States is facing increasing difficulty acquiring intelligence needed to run its stealth drone program in Yemen, undermining a campaign against the most lethal branch of al Qaeda after Houthi rebels seized control of parts of the country’s security apparatus, U.S. officials say.
The Ninnies of America
They worship an effeminate Jesus who double majored in Queer Theory and Gender Studies and is the patron saint of professional victims ...These ninnies, given their pedigree, also hate stories that show real good and real bad. Unless those movies show the GOP, Christians, or the NRA as the enemy, the ninnies prefer a GLAAD approved movie where good and bad are ambiguous unless there is a transvestite, in which case that character is morally good in every circumstance and probably has been abused by the Pope.
Gorbachev warns Cold War could heat up to all-out war
Gorbachev, in comments to the Interfax news agency, said Thursday the West has "dragged" Russia into a new Cold War and warned of risks of a military confrontation. "I can no longer say that this Cold War will not lead to a 'Hot War.' I fear that they could risk it," he was quoted as saying.
4.2 Magnitude Quake Recorded in Northern Oklahoma
A 4.2 magnitude earthquake shook part of Grant County in northern Oklahoma on Jan. 27. The U.S. Geological Survey says the 4.2 magnitude earthquake was recorded shortly before 10 a.m. about 13 miles south-southeast of Medford at a depth of about one mile
Russia says patrols near UK airspace were 'routine'
Russia has dismissed claims its planes caused "disruption to civil aviation" in the UK this week, saying its actions were not "threatening" or "disruptive".
The UK Foreign Office said the Russian planes, which came near UK airspace on Wednesday before being "escorted" by RAF jets, were "part of an increasing pattern of out-of-area operations".
Boko Haram crisis: Chad 'captures Nigerian town from militants'
Chad's army has driven Boko Haram militants out of Malumfatori town in north-eastern Nigeria, a senior official from Niger has told the BBC.
The reported capture of the town, which lies near the borders of Chad and Niger, follows two days of fighting.
Both ground and air forces are reported to have been used in the assault.
Egypt military targeted in deadly Sinai attacks
At least 26 people, mostly soldiers, have been killed in a series of attacks by Islamist militants in the north of Egypt's Sinai peninsula.
Most of the casualties were in the provincial capital, El-Arish.
Militant group Sinai Province, which changed its named from Ansar Beit al-Maqdis when it pledged allegiance to Islamic State, said it carried out the "extensive, simultaneous" attacks.
Islamic State's Egypt wing claims credit for terror attacks that killed 27
Islamic State's Egypt wing claimed responsibility for a series of attacks that killed at least 27 on Thursday in some of the worst anti-state violence in months, after commemorations around the anniversary of the 2011 uprising turned deadly this week.
Egypt's government faces an Islamist insurgency based in Sinai and growing discontent with what critics perceive as heavy handed security tactics.
Israel published tenders for 450 new homes in West Bank settlement
The Lands Authority on Friday morning published tenders for 450 new homes in West Bank settlements.
The non-governmental group Peace Now, which opposes any Jewish building over the pre-1967 lines, immediately attacked the move and charged that it was yet one more attempt by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to embarrass US President Barack Obama.
Suspected terrorist brother of no-fly-list man
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The FBI on Thursday added a former taxi driver from northern Virginia to its list of most-wanted terrorists, saying he was a recruiter for the al-Shabab terror group in Somalia.
Mullahs’ regime stuck in epicenter of crises
Unveiling human rights violations in Iran has increased to the regime's already boiling crises and added to its complications. The waves of back-to-back crises are reaching the coasts of the Iranian regime, with no stopping in sight. The economic dead-end, administrative corruption and explosive unrest and dissent in a society of 80-million, with a foreign policy engulfed in a nuclear calamity, its puppet Nouri Maliki being set aside from the Iraqi Prime Ministry and the possible fall of Bashar Assad in Syria, have all rallied to target the heart of the mullahs’ dictatorship in Tehran.
The “C” Word
Christian faith is getting slammed
simply on account of "what," we believe.
Good morning. We hope this finds everyone doing very well, and in good health and spirits. I thought I’d speak a little this morning on not our, or any other all natural products, but the challenges of our faith in regards to the political agendas today in our Country, and the world in general, or better known as….
The “C” word.
Senate approves Keystone pipeline bill, in face of White House veto threat
Senate approves Keystone pipeline bill, in face of White House veto threatThe legislation passed on a 62-36 vote, after lawmakers spent weeks considering amendments. The House passed a similar bill earlier this month, though there are slight differences that have to be ironed out before the bill can go to President Obama's desk. The vote nevertheless marked the first time the Senate has voted to approve the controversial Canada-to-Texas oil pipeline. Nine Democrats joined with 53 Republicans to back the measure.
Without Obama We would Never Know….
If it were not for President Obama and Democrats, would you know that the Taliban is not a terrorist organization but just an “armed insurgency?” The Taliban shot Malala Yousafzai, a 16-year-old Pakistani child advocate for girl’s education, in the face because she simply wanted an education. Then how could we forget the December attack in Pakistan where the Taliban killed 145 people, mostly children in their school uniforms.
Ebola May Be Mutating
Only a day after the World Health Organization announced that an end was in sight for the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, scientists had less uplifting news: The virus may be mutating.
Republicans ask: Is Loretta Lynch just another Eric Holder?
Republicans in the United States Senate sought on Thursday to use the second day of attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch’s confirmation hearing to continue to attack what they call the “lawlessness” of the Obama administration.
Is Hezbollah tunneling into Israel? Army looks into village's old complaint.
For months, residents of this northern border village complained that they were hearing drilling noises underground, but that seemed to elicit little response from the Israeli army. Until now.
Russian envoy called in after nuclear bombers cross Channel
Relations between London and Moscow were rocked again yesterday when the Russian ambassador was summoned to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to explain why two of the country’s bombers had flown unannounced across the English Channel.
Militant attacks kill at least 20 people in Egypt's Sinai
At least 20 people were killed Thursday in militant attacks on numerous army and police locations in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, authorities said.
29 Jan 15
The Third Temple Is Coming And This Is What It’s Going To Look Like
Communist Party USA Chairman Vows Cooperation With Democratic Party
The chairman of the National Committee of the Communist Party USA has penned a 2,023-word manifesto making the critical point that American Communists are eager to work with the Democratic Party to advance the modern communist agenda and achieve communist goals.
The Ebola Virus Is Mutating, Say Scientists
Scientists at a French research institute say the Ebola virus has mutated and they are studying whether it may have become more contagious.
Iran calls for assassination of Netanyahu's children
The publication of the personal information and biographies of Netanyahu’s children follows an Israeli airstrike last week that killed several key Hezbollah leaders and an Iranian commander affiliated with the country’s hardline Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
The Next War In The Middle East Has Begun And Israel Vows ‘To Act Powerfully On All Fronts’
Israel and Hezbollah are at war. On top of everything else that is going on in the world, now we have a new war in the East, and nobody is quite certain what is going to happen next. Israel has been preparing for this moment for more than 8 years. So has Hezbollah.
Brazil hit hard by worst drought since 1930
The government has called on Brazilians to cut their water and energy use. "We are living an atypical situation and it is very important that people do their part and avoid the waste of water," the environment minister, Izabella Teixeira, said at a press conference last week. Low water levels also spell trouble for electricity generation. Brazil relies on hydroelectric power for around 65 per cent of its supply..
Do Workers Believe Immigrants Steal Their Jobs?
Majority of Americans oppose President Barack Obama’s Executive Order protecting millions of illegal immigrants from deportation and giving them three-year work permits, Tuesday Paragon Insights poll shows.
Nature’s Fireworks: The Best Meteor Showers Coming in 2015
The coming year promises to be another good one for meteor buffs, so here’s a guide on what to expect and how best to enjoy nature’s own firework displays.