Democrats trying to fix ‘God problem’
FoxNews.com recalled a headline during the Democrats’ 2012 presidential convention, “Democrats boo God,” and the heckling of a preacher during an opening prayer in 2016. Further, in 2016, nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign was criticized for not reaching out to faith groups. Now, the DNC has hired a former pastor, Rev. Derrick Harkins, who held a similar position in 2012. He’s a former senior vice president of Union Theological Seminary in New York City, which recently celebrated “rejoicing in the queerness of God,”
The moral of this story is that parents can no longer trust Disney.
The lesbian community appears absolutely giddy over the success of Frozen, but they can’t seem to decide if they would rather have Elsa come out, or keep getting one over on the millions of naive parents that bring their little girls to see another Disney children’s movie about a princess, but have no clue as to what is really going on with the character. I predict that most parents will never know that the Walt Disney movie they are taking their kids to see, or buying the DVD for Christmas, is pure lesbian propaganda.
Experts fear ‘snowball effect’ as Iran abandons nuclear deal
The United Nations says Iran has so far respected the deal’s terms. But by Thursday, Iran says it will have over 300 kilograms (660 pounds) of low-enriched uranium in its possession, which would mean it had broken out of the atomic accord.
‘Everyone knows Israel’s not leaving all of Judea and Samaria’
‘Things heading in right direction at Bahrain peace summit,’ says Ambassador David Friedman. ‘No plans for annexation of Judea, Samaria.’
‘The Jewish people have a place amongst us’
“The Jewish people have a place amongst us,” the foreign minister of Bahrain, which does not have official diplomatic relations with Israel, said in an interview during the conference in Bahrain on the economic part of the US peace plan.
Kushner in Bahrain: Criticizing our plan won’t help Palestinians
The ways of the past have not worked, and we are going to keep doing it in a way that is a logical framework,” he added. The Palestinians, he said, “don’t have a great track record in getting a deal done.” “We need to provide prosperity to the Palestinians, and they have to aspire for a better future,” he said. “If this is the initiative on the table, and what is being discussed, we should give it a chance.”
Poll: Killing Woman who Bring Shame to Family More Acceptable in Arab World than Homosexuality
According to a new in-depth survey of the Arab world, Arabs today are less religious compared to previous years, but still find “honor killings” more acceptable than homosexuality.
War in Gulf Developing: US Marine Expeditionary Force Deploys off Coast of Iran
The amphibious assault ship USS Boxer carried the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit and a combat helicopter squadron arrived in the region of the Strait of Hormuz. Also deployed were the amphibious transport dock, USS John P. Murtha, and the amphibious dock landing ship, USS Harpers Ferry. The U.S. 5th Fleet is currently tasked with ensuring the security of the Strait which is a vital oil-shipping route as well as U.S. interests in much of the Middle East.
Gog and Magog Heating Up? Russia clarifies it Will Side with Iran Against the US and Israel
Russia’s chief national security adviser, Nikolai Patrushev, defended Iran ‘s claims during a trilateral meeting with his Israeli and American counterparts in Jerusalem on Tuesday. He clarified his support for Tehran’s accusations against the US and backs their current military presence in Syria, which Israel considers to be a threat to its national security.
Earthquake Hits Dead Sea: Is it the First ‘Pre-Messiah’ Quake that’ll Turn it Into a ‘Garden of Eden’?
These pre-Messiah quakes are predicted to bring about topographic changes to Israel. Even though Jerusalem is over 3,600 feet higher than the Dead Sea, the mountaintop capital is actually quite close to the sea, making it likely that a major earthquake in the geologically active Jordan Rift would be the source of the earthquake that is prophesied to drastically change the topography of Jerusalem in the end-of-days.
Russia reportedly interfered with air navigation in Israel
Senior Israeli officials believe that Russia has been disrupting civilian aircraft navigation systems for the past three week… Army Radio called the move a “hostile attack.” The Israel Airports Authority announced on Wednesday that pilots were having difficulty landing, experiencing mysterious disruptions. To resolve the issue, Israel has sent a defense official to Russia to discuss the disruption, Army Radio reported.
UN debates status of Jerusalem
The United Nations is holding an international conference on the status of Jerusalem on Thursday, on the sidelines of the 41st session of the UN Human Rights Council meeting. The meeting was convened by the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP) jointly with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
Trump, Putin to meet amid Iran tensions
US President Donald Trump will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday in Osaka during the G20. The meeting will cover a variety of issues, including Iran tensions, Venezuela, Afghanistan and Syria, according to reports. Russian presidential aid Yury Ushakov confirmed the meeting and said it will take place on the sidelines of the G20 for around an hour, according to Russia’s Tass News.
Libya crisis: UN-backed government ‘retakes’ key town of Gharyan
Libya’s internationally recognised government says it has retaken the strategic town of Gharyan following clashes with insurgent forces. Gharyan was the main supply base for an offensive on the capital, Tripoli, by fighters led by Gen Khalifa Haftar. His Libyan National Army (LNA) has not yet confirmed the loss, and details are still emerging.
European heatwave sets new June temperature records
A heatwave affecting much of Europe is expected to intensify further with countries – including France, Spain and Switzerland – expecting temperatures above 40C (104F) later on Thursday. On Wednesday Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic recorded their highest-ever temperatures for June. Meteorologists say hot air drawn in from northern Africa is responsible.
German chemical firm Brenntag defends its Syria deliveries
A German chemical wholesaler, Brenntag, has denied circumventing EU export rules on restricted chemicals, some of which were delivered to Syria in 2014. A Swiss subsidiary of Brenntag supplied isopropanol and diethylamine to Syria. They can be used in pharmaceuticals, but can also be used to make the nerve agents Sarin and VX. Brenntag says the deliveries also complied with Swiss law.
Chlamydia, Syphilis Cases on the Rise Among US Military Members
Cases of some sexually transmitted diseases, including chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis, are rising in the U.S. armed forces, a trend that…alarms military health officials… According to a report…rates of chlamydia in service men and women more than doubled from 2013 to 2018, gonorrhea infection rates also doubled for men and rose by 33 percent for women, and diagnoses of syphilis were nearly three times the number just 10 years ago.
Tiny flying insect robot has four wings and weighs under a gram
A solar-powered flying robot has become the lightest machine capable of flying without an attached power source. Weighing just 259 milligrams, the insect-inspired RoboBee X-Wing has four wings that flap at a rate of 170 times per second. It has a wingspan of 3.5 centimetres and is 6.5 cemtimetres high. The flying robot was developed by Noah Jafferis and colleagues at Harvard University.
Jared Kushner hints Palestinian Authority corrupt
Following the Bahrain workshop…Jared Kushner sat down with…Asharq al-Awsat news publication, to respond to some of the criticism directed at him and at what he calls the “opportunity of the century”. In the interview, Kushner hinted that there has been corruption among the Palestinian leadership because as he said “historically, large sums of money have flowed into this region and there are few results that reflect the impact of this aid”.
U.S. economic plan decried by Palestinians but gets cautious nod in Gulf
Palestinians on Wednesday poured scorn on the Trump administration’s $50 billion investment plan to help achieve Middle East peace, but U.S. Gulf Arab allies said the economic initiative had promise if a political settlement is reached. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, the plan’s main architect, sought to build support for his ambitious economic proposals for the Palestinian territories at an international meeting in Bahrain.
Fires rage on as Gaza balloon terror intensifies
Incendiary balloon attacks against Israeli Gaza Strip border communities intensified on Tuesday, with some 20 fires that broke out as a result of airborne devices launched from the Hamas controlled enclave. In response, Israel reduced the Strip’s electricity supply and limited its fishing perimeter.
UN reports vastly higher opioid usage, record cocaine production
The global number of people who take opioids is 56 % higher than previously estimated, while cocaine production has jumped to a new record, the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said Wednesday.
Exclusive: Investors with $34 trillion demand urgent climate change action
Investors managing more than $34 trillion in assets, nearly half the world’s invested capital, are demanding urgent action from governments on climate change, piling pressure on leaders of the world’s 20 biggest economies meeting this week.
Nazi soldiers used performance-enhancing ‘super-drug’ in World War II, shocking documentary reveals
A shocking documentary is shedding new light on just how far the Nazis and Allied soldiers went in an attempt to win World War II — including the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Chennai Water Shortage Is a Manmade Crisis
One of India’s largest cities, Chennai, is dealing with a crippling crisis: It has run out of water. In the middle of a particularly hot summer, the four lakes that supply the capital of the southern state of Tamil Nadu have dried up; together they contain just 1% of the volume they did last year. Residents don’t have enough water to drink, bathe or wash clothes. People are working from home; malls have closed their bathrooms; and restaurants have shut their doors.
“Islamophobia Expert”: Christianity Is “An Oppressive Political System Bent On Discrimination”
He could have become something worthwhile like a clerk at 7-Eleven or a sanitation worker, but instead, Todd Green is “associate professor of religion at Luther College and a former advisor on Islamophobia at the U.S. State Department.” And now, in a new article for the Muslim online publication AltMuslimah, he is helpfully sounding the alarm about the dangers of a violent, aggressive, authoritarian religious faith: Christianity.
Largest US Presbyterian Denomination to Ordain First Non-Binary Person as Minister
The Presbytery of the James, a governing body of the Presbyterian Church (USA) will ordain its first pastoral candidate who identifies as gender non-binary (not exclusively masculine or feminine) this weekend.
TECH TYRANNY: Apple Threatens to Kick Social Media Company ‘Parler’ Off App Store if They Don’t Ban “Offensive” (Conservative) Content
Apple threatened to kick social media company ‘Parler’ off of its app store if they don’t remove “offensive” content, which we all know means conservative content.
Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church In Cincinnati Invites Drag Queen ‘Sparke Leigh’ To Read LGBTQ+P For Pedophile Literature From The Pulpit
All Christians should be aware of and be prepared for the arrival of the ‘gay church’ that will rewrite the Bible and begin to push the narrative that God loves you “just the way you are” with no change required on your part. We will be writing about this in detail in the coming weeks., and have already begun to tell you about in articles like this one here and many others as well. In case you haven’t figured it out by now, the Church Age is coming to a close, and things are getting ready to break into tiny, little pieces as the Bible has warned us it would.
Trump Signs Dope Executive Order To Get Rid of Regulations So People Can Live Indoors
President Donald Trump signed another superb executive order Tuesday creating a task force led by Dr. Ben Carson to figure out ways to remove burdensome regulations that prevent regular American people from getting affordable housing.