New Poll: 20% of Americans Either Don’t Know or Don’t Believe the Holocaust Happened
“Do you believe that it is true that in the Holocaust the Nazi Regime targeted and exterminated six million European Jews?” the poll asked. While the overwhelming majority of likely 2020 general election voters answered yes to this question, 8 percent said no and another 12 percent said they don’t know. The poll also showed that the vast majority of Americans believe the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement is anti-Semitic.
John ‘Bull’ Durham ‘asking all the right questions’ in Russia origin probe; has met ‘several times’ with AG Barr
The U.S. attorney assigned to investigate the origins of the ‘Russia’ probe as part of the “Spygate” effort to depose POTUS Donald Trump is “asking the right questions” as his investigation into the corruption of the FBI and Justice Department under the Obama administration. In addition, Fox News reported Saturday, attorney John Durham has met “several times” with Attorney General William Barr as the probe continues apace, making Democrats nervous and, some would say, panicky. “I think we’re gonna get to the top of this, and what we know is that President Trump has given Attorney General Barr the discretion to declassify any document he wants,” Lewandowsky noted.
Soros Spends $1 Million on VA Prosecutor Races
George Soros has continued his bid to “overhaul” the criminal justice system in the United States by pouring nearly $1 million into local Virginia prosecutor races to prop up far-left candidates. Soros’s most recent round of donations include $580,000 to Parisa Dehghani-Tafti, a candidate for Arlington County commonwealth’s attorney, and almost $400,000 to Steve Descana, a Fairfax County commonwealth’s attorney candidate, for their June 11 primaries.
Court told ‘high-capacity’ mags around before Colorado existed
The fact is, according to a brief filed in the case with the state Supreme Court, that the rule violates keep-and-bear-arms provisions in both the state and the U.S. constitutions. The Firearms Policy Foundation, the Firearms Policy Coalition, the Millennial Policy Center and the Second Amendment Foundation recently filed their comments in Sternberg v. Colorado.
Iran says EU has failed to salvage 2015 nuclear deal – state TV
Iran criticized on Monday the European signatories of its 2015 nuclear deal for failing to salvage the pact after President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of it last year and reimposed sanctions, state television reported. “So far, we have not seen practical and tangible steps from the Europeans to guarantee Iran’s interests … Tehran will not discuss any issue beyond the nuclear deal,” said foreign ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi.
Iran claims to have new air defense system
Iran said Sunday that it had unveiled a new domestically produced air defense system, called the Khordad 15 and inaugurated by Defense Minister Amir Hatami. It is named for a protest in 1963 against the arrest of Ayatollah Khomeini. This is the latest in a series of local Iranian military endeavors, including new ships, missiles and drones that the country boasts to have built. The new defense system supposedly can intercept up to six “incoming hostile targets simultaneously,” according to Iranian state media.
Asteroid May Hit Earth But Scientist Say Not to Worry-Only One Chance in 7,000 of Catastrophic Impact
Asteroid 2006 QV89 has a diameter of 164 feet and will make its closest pass to earth on September 9, 2019. The European Space Agency’s (ESA) estimates that it will pass a comfortable 4.2 million miles away from the Earth. This astronomical near-miss places QV89 at fourth place on the ESA’s “Risk List.” It had two close approaches in the 1950s, then one in the 60s, another in the 70s and two more in the 80s. There were two more close approaches by 2006 QV89 in 2003 and in 2006.
Tropical downpours to inundate southern US with over a month’s worth of rain into Monday
Despite helping to ease drought conditions, tropical downpours will raise flooding concerns and ruin outdoor plans as over a month’s worth of rain is unleashed across the South into early week. The same storm system that linked up with tropical moisture and dumped more than a foot of rain in portions of the south-central United States is crawling eastward.
WHEN THE CAT HAS OMAR’S TONGUE
When Omar refuses to talk, it’s unlike her. Her silence reflects an insoluble problem. This week she’s not talking. She’s not talking about the unlawful joint tax returns she filed with Hirsi…while married to Elmi. This week it was revealed that Omar filed joint tax returns with Hirsi in 2014 and 2015 with Hirsi. Today Star Tribune reporters Patrick Condon and Patrick Coolican get around to the story in Rep. Ilhan Omar jointly filed tax returns prior to legal marriage.”
‘Jumping genes’ could help CRISPR replace disease-causing DNA, study finds
In a 2017 study, for instance, four biologists wrote that “it has not escaped our notice” that a funny little “jumping gene” might be harnessed for precision genome editing, giving classic CRISPR a hand at something it struggles to do:
Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast: Bringing the Power of Prayer into Politics
This week, Christian leaders from around the world met with Israeli officials in the Knesset to pray for Israel at the third annual Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast. The Knesset Christian Allies Caucus (KCAC), an organization dedicated to strengthening ties between Christian leaders and the Israeli government, hosted over 400 delegates from 60 different nations at the three-day event that began on Tuesday. A letter from President Trump was read at the gathering, praising the Prayer Breakfast as an expression of “our greatest hope for peace.”
Israeli Author David Rubin Tours the US With his New Book and a Message of a US/Israel Shared Mission
According to Rubin, on his tour, the churches receiving him responded “very positively” about his message, namely, Israel and the US’s intertwined mission and values. “The American church communities that I visited loved my message about how Israel and the United States have a parallel mission that is connected in some very interesting ways,” Rubin told Breaking Israel News. He explained, “the nation of Israel received the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai and witnessed God’s existence and participation in the world. Since then, the Jewish people understood their mission as a light unto the nations.”Meanwhile, the role of the US, Rubin posed, “is to play a supporting role in that as a nation founded with Judeo-Christian principles.”
German foreign minister, Japanese prime minister to meet Iran’s Rouhani
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas will meet Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran on Monday, a German diplomatic source said, as part of a concerted European effort to preserve Iran’s nuclear pact with world powers and defuse rising US-Iranian tensions. “We Europeans are convinced that it is worth trying to keep the Vienna nuclear agreement with Iran,” Maas said, adding he wanted dialog even when disputes seemed insurmountable.
Civil disobedience campaign empties streets of Sudan’s capital
Opposition and protest groups had called for workers to stay at home after security forces stormed a protest camp on Monday, killing dozens and dealing a blow to hopes of a peaceful transition after ex-President Omar al-Bashir’s removal in April. The raid came after weeks of wrangling between the military council that took over from Bashir and the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces (DFCF), an opposition alliance, over who should steer a transition leading to elections.
Pope to meet Putin in July: Vatican
“The Holy Father will receive the president of the Russian Federation… this upcoming July 4,” interim spokesman Alessandro Gisotti said in a statement. The meeting will be the third between the two men, with Francis having received Putin most recently in 2015, when the pope urged all parties to the conflict in Ukraine to make a “sincere effort” for peace.
Mexican Authorities Begin Arresting Illegals Riding “The Beast” Train to US — Hundreds Seen Scampering
Mexican military officials reportedly have started targeting foreigners riding “The Beast” train on their way to the US southern border.
Mississippi River Hits Dangerous Flood Levels, Stalls Barges and Roadways While Affecting Farmers
The Mississippi River was expected to crest on Saturday, but experts predict the mighty river will now keep rising through Monday. Hundreds of barges carrying cargo up and down the water artery have been stalled, and railway and highway shutdowns have affected farmers in the Midwest.
Liberal Church Sponsors ‘Drag Queen Story Time’ for Kids After Library Cancels It
A liberal church in Texas is sponsoring a drag queen story hour for children after the local library canceled the event.
Iran Warns U.S. Navy And ‘Zionist’ Military: Prepare To Be Crushed
U.S. Navy forces now gathered in the Persian Gulf region will be hit with “unimaginable reciprocal blows” if any attack is made on Iran, a top military aide to the country’s leadership said Sunday.
Rapid DNA testing reveals fraudulent family units crossing into U.S.
Last month, the fourth straight record-breaking month for U.S. Border Patrol, the agency apprehended over 80,000 members of “family units” crossing the southwest border with Mexico.
People Eat And Breathe Up To 121,000 Particles Of Plastic Each Year
According to new research published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology, the average person can absorb anywhere from 74,000 and 121,000 particles of microplastic each year. Surprisingly, half of this microplastic toxification comes from the air we breathe, and the other half comes from the foods and drinks we consume.
TSA allowing illegal migrants to fly without proper documents
The federal agency tasked with overseeing security at transportation hubs has been violating its own policy by allowing migrants who have been released from federal custody onto flights despite not having required documents, according to several Department of Homeland Security officials.
Military-Industrial Blockbuster: United Technologies To Buy Raytheon, Creating One Of World’s Largest Defense Firms
United Technologies has agreed to buy Raytheon in an all stock deal, forming one of the world’s largest aerospace and defense companies with more than $74 billion in revenue and $13.5 billion in EBITDA.
Jewish community looks to defend itself as attacks rise…
Armed guards, safety assessments and now even a “Tactical Rabbi” to train volunteers on the use of weapons — such is the reality today at synagogues in the United States facing mounting anti-Semitic attacks.