Christian Martyrs of Islamic Jihad: A Recurring Theme
Last February 15 marked the four year anniversary of the martyrdom of 21 Christians—20 Coptic Orthodox from Egypt and one Ghanaian. Inasmuch as the 21 martyrs should be remembered and commemorated, the fact is, they are ultimately modern day reflections of an ancient (and ongoing) phenomenon that permeates nearly fourteen centuries of history: Muslims slaughtering Christians who refuse to renounce Christ and embrace Muhammad.
2020 Budget Request Reveals Slow Shift Toward Great Power War
“Future wars will be waged not just in the air, on the land or at sea, but also in space and cyberspace, dramatically increasing the complexity of warfare,” Norquist said. “This budget reflects that challenge, pulling together all the pieces of the National Defense Strategy that have been built over the past two years.”
Inside DARPA’s Ambitious ‘AI Next’ Program
As federal agencies ramp up efforts to advance artificial intelligence under the White House’s national AI strategy, the Pentagon’s research shop is already working to push the tech to new limits. The grand vision for the AI Next campaign is to take machines and move them from being tools—perhaps very valuable tools—but really to be trusted, collaborative partners.
Ex-N.J. priest accused of sex abuse found shot to death in Nevada home
A former New Jersey priest who had been “credibly accused” of sexually abusing minors was found dead in his Nevada home, and police are treating it as a homicide. The body of John Capparelli was found Saturday morning by police conducting a welfare check at his home in Henderson, about 15 miles south of Las Vegas. The Clark County Coroner’s Office said Capparelli, 70, died from a single gunshot wound to the neck. His body was found in the kitchen, a spokesperson said.
GOP Appropriations Rep. Fleischmann: Wall Funding ‘Will Get Done
House Appropriations Committee member and Homeland Security Subcommittee Ranking Member Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN) stated that Democrats will have to compromise on border wall funding and “It will get done.”
10 Colorado Counties Declare Sanctuary Status Against Gun Confiscation Law
Ten Colorado counties have declared “Second Amendment Sanctuary” status against a gun confiscation law being pushed by state-level Democrats.
Border Police captures members of terrorist cell near Jerusalem
The Border Police arrested seven members of a terror cell operating from the Kalandiya refugee camp north of Jerusalem, according to a statement released on Wednesday. The cell had executed multiple attacks on the Kalandiya checkpoint with explosives and Molotov cocktails. The seven members of the cell were arrested in an extensive operation that took place during the month of January.
Israel warns against religious war on Temple Mount
Israel accused the Palestinian Authority of inciting a religious war on the Temple Mount after a Palestinian Molotov cocktail attack on an Israeli police station on the holy site sparked an afternoon riot. Police closed the al-Aqsa compound for the remainder of the day but are expected to fully reopen it Wednesday.
Wisconsin representative defends Omar, Tlaib, AOC, says Right ‘fears’ them
Wisconsin Democrat Representative Mark Pocan defended the words and actions of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, who have on several occasions made antisemitic and anti-Israel comments, according to a Washington Times report. “They’re smart women of color, two of them happen to be Muslim,” Pocan said. “So between AOC, Rashida and Ilhan – that hits every box [conservatives have] told people to fear for a long time.”
Most imports tariff-free under no-deal plan
The government has announced that most imports into the UK would not attract a tariff in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Under a temporary scheme 87% of imports by value would be eligible for zero-tariff access. At the moment 80% of imports are tariff free. Tariffs would be maintained to protect some industries, including agriculture.
Saudi Arabia puts women’s rights activists on trial
A number of women’s rights activists have gone on trial in Saudi Arabia in a case that has raised questions about the kingdom’s human rights record. The first activists were detained last May, shortly before the lifting of a ban on women driving, for which many of them had campaigned. Charges they face are said to include supporting “hostile elements” and could carry long prison sentences.
In-car monitoring: Surveillance tech will make your car less private
Your car has long been a sanctuary on wheels but that won’t be true for much longer. Car manufacturers will soon be adding radar and lasers inside the cabin to monitor who you are and what you do, and that will mean even more of your personal habits being tracked. Millimeter-wave radar is perhaps the most intriguing in-car detection tech.
Israel uncovers ‘secret Hezbollah terror network’ on Golan border
The Israeli military has uncovered a covert terror network set up by Lebanese terror group Hezbollah on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights, in order to carry out attacks against Israel, the IDF said Wednesday. The network was established without the knowledge of Syrian President Bashar Assad, the army said.
Iran warns of firm response if Israel acts against its oil shipments
Iran will respond firmly to any Israeli naval action against its oil shipments, Iran’s defense minister said on Wednesday, in comments that came a week after Israel’s prime minister said its navy could act against Iranian oil “smuggling” to evade US sanctions. US President Donald Trump last year quit a nuclear deal with Iran and reimposed some sanctions, aiming to cut Tehran’s oil exports to zero.
America Is Precariously Close To Losing Battle With China For Control Of Undersea Global Internet Data Grid As Huawei Tech Flexes Muscle
The Internet, made available for mass public consumption in 1994, has grown into a global, One World System through which the majority of all buying and selling is accomplished. Its presence is so powerful and all-consuming that newspapers and magazine are going out of business in record numbers, brick-and-mortar-stores closing from the crushing online competition. Even giant Sears could not take the onslaught from Amazon, and they too have gone the way of all flesh.
Actress Ilana Glazer Says NY Abortion Law ‘Making the World a Better Place’
Comedy Central’s Broad City creator Ilana Glazer praised Planned Parenthood supporters, New York Democrat lawmakers, and journalists Tuesday for working to achieve an abortion law that pro-life activists say allows “infanticide.”
CLOSER LOOK: Who is Rep. Ilhan Omar?
Glenn takes a closer look at Representative Ilhan Omar, accusations made against her, and the relationship between CAIR and Hamas.
The World Has Never Been Closer to World War III
Even though most of us are cognizant of the fact that mainstream media is nothing but a “bread and circus” excrement show, it is still difficult to comprehend how much deception that they think they can get away with.
Southern Border: Over 2K Migrants Quarantined For Contagious Diseases
As of March 7, a total of 2,287 detainees were quarantined around the country, ICE spokesman Brendan Raedy told Reuters.
Trump Promotes ‘Jexodus’
A few days after declaring the Democratic Party the “anti-Israel” and “anti-Jewish” party, President Trump promoted the nascent “Jexodus” movement, urging young Jewish Democrats to abandon the party.
Flu Shots Are Killing Senior Citizens in Record Numbers, Study Warns
Researchers have found that senior citizens are being killed by flu vaccines in record numbers, and the death rate is rising at an alarming rate.
Catholic Church Bans ‘Pro-Abortion’ Democrat from St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Democrat Sen. James Gaughran has been disinvited to the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade by the Catholic Church in Huntington, New York, for voting in favor of his state’s ‘progressive’ pro-abortion bill.
British Parliament decisively rejects May’s Brexit deal to leave European Union
The British House of Commons Tuesday evening again decisively rejected a plan by Prime Minister Theresa May to take the U.K. out of the European Union, leaving the country with no clear path forward with a March 29 deadline to negotiate a deal.
Seattle-area church fights forced funding of abortions
Attorneys for the nonprofit Alliance Defending Freedom just filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Cedar Park Assembly of God of Kirkland, near Seattle, over a Washington state mandate passed a year ago, via Senate Bill 6219, requiring employers who provide maternity care in their group insurance plans to also cover elective abortions.
With cash from N.Y., feds test 100K rape kits; 1K arrested, hundreds convicted
Languishing evidence in more than 100,000 sexual assault cases around the country has been sent for DNA testing with money from a New York prosecutor and federal authorities, spurring over 1,000 arrests and hundreds of convictions in three years, officials said Tuesday.
Democrats and CNN Collude to Rig Elections
…Instead of doing the people’s business, the Democrats will waste their time, energies and budget solely on a desperate witch hunt targeting Trump? The clock is ticking. They only have two years to come up with something, anything, to bring about the fall of their Trump nemesis.