27 May 2019

Ten Day Old Red Heifer Candidate Checked For Eligibility
Rabbinic experts traveled this week from Jerusalem to two separate locations in Israel where a small number of red heifer candidates are being raised, as part of the Temple Institute’s Raise a Red Heifer in Israel program, initiated four years ago. Three of the most recent candidates were checked to determine whether they bore suitably red coats, as required by halacha (Jewish law) to render them eligible as red heifer candidates. One bore a small patch of white hairs, rendering it ineligible. One bore a few very light red hairs, which will require further inspection. A third candidate is currently eligible, and will also require follow up.

Christian Archaeologist Attacked by Palestinian Authority in their Legal Battle Against Biblical Archaeology
The Israeli Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Bible last week in a case brought by the Palestinian Authority in which they tried to have archaeology in Judea and Samaria declared a crime. Undeterred, the PA turned to UNESCO to intervene while threatening archaeologists around the world with litigation if they participate in digs in Israel. One archaeologist, a Christian who has been sifting the sands of the Holy Land for Decades, stood strong as he was singled out for attack.

‘The Strange Death of Europe’ – and what it means for Israel
Mass migration – particularly illegal immigration – has become, perhaps, the defining political crisis for the West. Concerns over such migrations helped catapult a reality television star into the White House, and have divided the European Union even more than the global financial crisis of the late 2000s and the subsequent austerity programs. While some have argued that the various crises stemming from the recent waves of mass migration are a temporary aberration, British journalist and commentator Douglas Murray believes the issue is here to stay – and indeed will only grow in importance in the coming years. “This is going to be the single biggest issue in an age where anyone can move anywhere,”

France’s Le Pen declares victory over Macron
French far-right, nationalist leader Marine Le Pen is declaring victory in the European Parliament election over pro-EU French President Emmanuel Macron. French polling agencies are projecting that Le Pen’s National Rally will come first in France’s voting Sunday, followed by Macron’s centrist Republic on the Move party.

Fascist symbols and rhetoric on rise in Italian EU vote
Fascist symbols, rhetoric and salutes — long a public taboo — have made their way out of the hooligan sections of soccer stadiums and into Italian streets in the run-up to this week’s European Parliament elections.

Death spiral: CNN in ratings collapse
It’s the network most frequently referenced by President Trump as “fake news,” and as with his Republican primary opponents, the label may have something to do with its decline in popularity. In total day viewers last week, reported Breitbart’s John Nolte, CNN plummeted 34 percent. In prime time viewers, the network was down 26 percent. Even worse, throughout all of last week, CNN came in 16th, averaging only 693,000 total prime time viewers. RedState pointed out Fox News has nearly four times the viewership during prime time.

HHS Moves to Protect Religious Health Providers
The Trump administration issued a new proposal that would safeguard the conscience rights of hospitals and doctors. On Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a new rule to reverse an Obama-era regulation that would have allowed those seeking abortions or sex changes to sue providers for discrimination.

Statements by Peter Strzok, Lisa Page ‘Could Well Be Treason’
Cheney said, “What is crucially important to remember here is that you had Stzrok and Page who were in charge of launching this investigation and they were saying things like we must stop this president. We need an insurance policy against this president. That in my view when you have people that are in the highest echelons of the law enforcement of this nation saying things like that, that sounds an awful lot like a coup, and it could well be treason. And I think that we need to know more. What was Jim Comey’s role in all this?

Scientists Find Source of Worldwide Mystery Hum
The volcano likely came into being in 2018, but Tech Times says its exact age is unknown. How it caused a worldwide hum is also unclear, but experts are calling the November blast the biggest underwater volcanic eruption on record.

Magnitude 8 Earthquake Shakes Amazon Jungle
A powerful magnitude 8.0 earthquake struck a remote part of the Amazon jungle in Peru early Sunday, collapsing buildings and knocking out power to some areas but causing only one reported death. The quake struck at 2:41 a.m. and was centered in a vast nature preserve 57 miles east of the small town of Yurimaguas, the AP reports. Helping limit damage was the earthquake’s depth, at 70 miles below the surface,….

Are West Coast ‘Tremor Bursts’ “Just Reminders” That ‘The Big One’ Looms?
for the first time since 2011, three distinct zones in the Pacific Northwest have been “going off” all at once. According to King 5 News, scientists say that the theory is that the sub-ducting ocean plate is being stretched like taffy in the heat that is the mantle of the earth.

Farm Crisis: Corn Planting Slowest On Record For This Time Of Year
American farmers have some of the most corn acres left to plant, last week, than any other date on record, reported the Crop Progress Report -written by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA warned corn planting is currently at 49% complete, behind the 80% five-year average.

Trump says Iran nuclear deal possible as sanctions bite
US President Donald Trump said on Monday a deal with Iran on its nuclear program was possible, crediting economic sanctions for curbing activities Washington has said are behind a spate of attacks in the Middle East. “I really believe that Iran would like to make a deal, and I think that’s very smart of them, and I think that’s a possibility to happen,” Trump said during a news conference with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo.

Belgian far-right party triples voter share, becomes 2nd largest
Belgium’s far-right Flemish Interest party has more than tripled its electorate, emerging as the country’s second largest in Sunday’s federal elections.
The party, whose founders included collaborators with Nazi Germany and whose lawmakers have a rich history of antisemitism, won about 15 percent of the national vote – its best result ever. It had fewer than four percent in the 2014 elections.

Trump in Japan: US president meets Emperor Naruhito
US President Donald Trump has become the first foreign leader to meet Japan’s Emperor Naruhito. Mr Trump, who is currently on a four-day state visit to Japan, was greeted by the emperor and Empress Masako at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. The US leader said ahead of the meeting that it was a “great honour”. Emperor Naruhito ascended the throne earlier in May after his father Akihito stepped down – the first abdication by a Japanese emperor in centuries.

European elections 2019: Power blocs lose grip on parliament
The big centre-right and centre-left blocs in the European Parliament have lost their combined majority amid an increase in support for liberals, the Greens and nationalists. Pro-EU parties are still expected to be in a majority but the traditional blocs will need to seek new alliances. The liberals and Greens had a good night, while nationalists were victorious in Italy, France and the UK.

EF3 Tornado Devastates Motel, Trailer Park in El Reno, Oklahoma; Two People Killed
Two people were killed when a tornado tore through El Reno, Oklahoma, late Saturday night, destroying a motel and tossing mobile homes like toys. The tornado touched down in El Reno, about 25 miles west of downtown Oklahoma City, about 10:30 p.m. CDT Saturday, on the leading edge of a squall line of severe thunderstorms.

‘Wow, what is that?’ Navy pilots report unexplained flying objects
The strange objects, one of them like a spinning top moving against the wind, appeared almost daily from the summer of 2014 to March 2015, high in the skies over the East coast. Navy pilots reported to their superiors that the objects had no visible engine or infrared exhaust plumes but that they could reach 30,000 feet and hypersonic speeds.

China bridles at rare meeting between Taiwan and U.S. security officials
China responded angrily on Monday as Taiwan confirmed the first meeting in more than four decades between senior U.S. and Taiwanese security officials. Taiwan’s national security chief David Lee met White House national security adviser John Bolton earlier this month, the island’s foreign affairs ministry said in a statement on Saturday.

Crop planting behind schedule as Midwest farmers battle rain
The persistent rain in the Midwest is causing major problems for farmers. “Beans will go in there,” said farmer Ronnie Mohr as he pointed to the field soaked in puddles on his Greenfield farm.

Floods That Hit The Midwest In March Continue To Affect The Farm Economy
Midwest Farmers are still cleaning up from record floods in March. The work may delay or even prevent planting for some, which will have ripple effects throughout the U.S. agriculture sector.

Unrelenting heat wave to keep breaking records in Southeast beyond Memorial Day
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer and sweltering heat will have a firm grip on the Southeast beyond the extended holiday weekend.

UH OH! Dr. Drew Warns Of Deadly Epidemic This Summer, & It’s All Due to Liberal Policies (Details)
“We have tens and tens of thousands of people living in tents. Horrible conditions. Sanitation. Rats have taken over the city. We’re the only city in the country, Los Angeles, without a rodent control program. We have multiple rodent-borne, flea-borne illnesses, plague, typhus. We’re gonna have louse-borne illness. If measles breaks into that population, we have tuberculosis exploding. Literally, our politicians are like Nero. It’s worse than Nero,” Pinsky said.

Kentucky: 15 Victims Come Forward, To Expose Network of Pedophile Cops
Inside information into the years-long child abuse saga involving Louisville Metropolitan Police Department (LMPD) officers is now being revealed. The city commissioned former U.S. Attorney Kerry Harvey to investigate the LMPD Explorers program for children to determine if sexual misconduct, abuse, and even rape were widespread with police officers involved in the program.

Hundreds of Patriots Protest Ilhan Omar at CAIR Fundraiser In Bellevue, Washington
Outspoken Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar was the keynote speaker at a fundraiser for the Washington chapter of the Council On American Islamic Relations (CAIR) on Saturday, May 25th.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein Caught In Treasonous Lie About Secret Iran Meeting, Turns Out It Was NOT Sanctioned By The State Dept
Opinion Of Elder Patriot – On Thursday we discussed how “unusual” we thought Dianne Feinstein’s (D-CA)  coming as it did, amid escalating U.S.-Iranian tensions.  It raised red flags for us about Democratic senator’s motives.

NYC Mayor De Blasio tells citizens: We own your bodies, and we can force you to be injected with anything we want
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has declared that residents do not own their own bodies. The city of New York can demand that all citizens be injected with literally anything the government declares to be a “vaccine,” even when those vaccines contain aborted human fetal tissue cells, toxic aluminum metals, inflammatory adjuvants and other dangerous, deadly chemicals.

There’s a trash and rodent nightmare in downtown L.A., with plenty of blame to go around
The trash trucks arrived early Wednesday afternoon, and members of the cleanup team from the Los Angeles sanitation division came with protective coveralls and white masks.

Rev. Franklin Graham Calls for Day of Prayer for Trump
This is a critical time for America. We’re on the edge of a precipice. Time is short. We need to pray for God to intervene. We need to ask God to protect, strengthen, encourage, and guide the President.

Nancy Pelosi’s brother-in-law given loan bigger than Solyndra for solar plant
Nancy Pelosi is facing accusations of cronyism after a solar energy project, which her brother-in-law has a stake in, landed a $737 million loan guarantee from the Department of Energy, despite the growing Solyndra scandal.