Newsweek Courageously Warns That Sex-Change Surgery Might Just Destroy Your Life
As the social media giants continue to crack down on those who violate their trans-activist talking points, another perspective has been raised from an unexpected source. I’m talking about a powerful, deeply moving article posted in Newsweek and titled, “We Need Balance When It Comes To Gender Dysphoric Kids. I Would Know.” The author of the op-ed is Scott Newgent, self-described as “a 48-year-old transgender man.” What Newgent has written is courageous, deeply revealing, poignant, and accurate. Perhaps others will now heed these urgent warnings, since those of us on the conservative Christian side who have been presenting similar cases have been largely ignored to this day.
Graham: McConnell ‘put a load on Republicans’ back’ with anti-Trump speech
The senator also said he believes the impeachment set a dangerous precedent. “I don’t know how Kamala Harris doesn’t get impeached if the Republicans take over the House, because she actually bailed out rioters, and one of the rioters went back to the streets and broke somebody’s head open,” Graham said. “So we’ve opened Pandora’s box here, and I’m sad for the country.”
An earthquake at the Olympic torch relay start point is just the beleaguered Tokyo 2020 Games’ latest crisis
The 7.1 magnitude quake which hit the region on Saturday was, for many, a painful reminder of the 9.0 magnitude earthquake that struck the same area almost 10 years ago, causing a tsunami and the subsequent notorious nuclear meltdown. Saturday’s quake is just the latest in a long line of setbacks to beleaguer Tokyo 2020.
Utah Governor Signs Bill Allowing Concealed Carry of Firearm Without Permit
“With the passage of this bill, Utah joins 17 other states with some form of permitless concealed carry,” Gov. Spencer Cox, a Republican in his first term, said in a statement to news outlets. “This bill protects Second Amendment rights, reduces permitless open carry (which is already legal), and includes significant funding for suicide prevention.”
Acquitted again by Senate, Trump still a powerful force in Republican politics
With only 7 Republicans voting for conviction, it highlights just how powerful a grip he has on the party he remade in his image, with strategists saying the RNC won’t be able to win elections without Trump supporters anytime soon
Syria claims Israel attacked near Damascus
Syrian air defense intercepted “Israeli aggression” over Damascus on Sunday night, Syrian state television reported. So far, no additional details are available.
Did Iran just Find a way to bypass Western Sanctions and Advance Nuke Program?
Iranian Parliament speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf said on Friday that his country plans to join the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). According to Ghalibaf, Tehran would take its first steps to join the organization of nations from Eastern Europe and Western and Central Asia in two weeks.
‘STUNNING ADMISSION’ Pentagon admits it has been testing wreckage from UFO crashes & findings may ‘change our lives forever,’ expert says
THE Pentagon has admitted to holding and testing wreckage from UFO crashes in a bombshell Freedom of Information letter, shared with The Sun. Bragalia said it was a “stunning admission” from the US government and the documents reveal that some of the retrieved debris possesses “extraordinary capabilities” including the potential to make things invisible or even slow down the speed of light.
Who are the 7 Republican senators that voted to convict Trump in second impeachment trial?
Voting to find Trump guilty were GOP Sens. Richard Burr of North Carolina, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Patrick Toomey of Pennsylvania.
Gab founder says he’ll no longer do interviews with ‘pagan’ media
Andrew Torba, the founder of Gab.com, an online community where freedom of speech is paramount, says he’s no longer going to be doing interviews with “Paganist” media. “I encourage everyone else to do the same. If they are not serving God, they are serving Satan and I’m simply not going to fund that activity,” “If you’re not a Christian reporter or from a Christian media company you will be ignored. ”
James Dobson calls out Biden for ‘radical agenda’
America has been “teetering near the point of no return” for some time, Dobson wrote in his February newsletter, and the “freefall has begun.”
On Edge: In a Rural Eastern Plains Community Plagued by Drought, Stigma Won’t be Easy to Overcome
“It’s horrible, just horrible, the ways drought can affect the human mind,” says Jimmy Brown, a third-generation farmer in Eads whose wheat and grain sorghum crops withered this year, just like those of his neighbors. Each generation has taught the next to take the long view because they have learned that wishing – or praying – for rain doesn’t make it happen. Yet nobody here can remember a year so parched that little grew higher than their work boots. No one recalls ground so dry that even the bindweed stopped growing.
If you think the weather’s been the driest you’ve seen in your life, you’re right
The western United States is in the grip of a once-in-a-lifetime drought that is threatening millions of acres of farmland and rangeland, drying up streams and creeks and forcing people to think about alternative landscaping choices that don’t suck up so much water. “A lot of people will say this is the worst drought they have seen in their lifetime, and yes, they’re right,” said Joel Lisonbee, a climatologist and drought information coordinator with the National Integrated Drought Information System.
UAE’s first ambassador to Israel sworn in
Dubai’s ruler and The United Arab Emirates’ Vice President Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has sworn in the country’s first ambassador to Israel, Mohammed Mahmoud Al-Khaja, the Dubai Media Office said on Sunday. The UAE’s cabinet last month approved the establishment of an embassy in Tel Aviv in Israel, state media said, while Israel announced its embassy had opened in Abu Dhabi…
Alleged Israeli missile strike targets sites near Damascus
Syrian air defenses responded to alleged Israeli missile strikes targeting sites near Damascus on Sunday night, according to Syrian state news SANA. A military source told SANA that the missiles were fired from the Golan Heights and that Syrian air defenses had succeeded in intercepting most of them.
Turkey botches raid, blames ‘terrorists,’ attacks domestic critics
Within a 24-hour period, Turkey’s ruling party and its supporters managed to, first, admit they botched a deadly raid in northern Iraq, blamed “terrorists” for killing people harmed in the raid, and then moved the target to attack domestic political opponents. Turkey’s AK Party…has…pushed invasions of Syria, Libya and Armenia and hosts Hamas terrorists, is now pushing for a new war in Iraq, Syria and at home.
Israeli air force holds ‘surprise’ drill near Lebanon border
Israel’s air force has begun a “surprise exercise” to improve combat readiness along the United Nations-demarcated Blue Line between it and Lebanon, according to its military. The military said on Monday that the drill, which will last until Wednesday, would result in increased air traffic throughout the country and that explosions may be heard in northern Israel.
More than 1.4 million homes without power as unprecedented winter storm hits Texas
More than 1.4 million homes are experiencing power outages across Texas after extremely cold temperatures and frozen precipitation blanketed the entire state…All 254 Texas counties were placed under Winter Storm Warning on Saturday, February 13, the same as in Oklahoma and Arkansas on Sunday. As of Monday morning, February 15, more than 150 million Americans are under Winter Storm Warnings…
America’s Out Of Control Teens Are On A Historic Crime Spree
…if we continue to refuse to see the error of our ways… the fabric of our society will continue to unravel, and the thin veneer of civilization that we all take for granted on a daily basis will continue to disappear.
‘Snow apocalypse’ blankets frozen Moscow
Heavy snowfalls have buried Moscow in massive snow piles, disrupting transport, delaying flights and making it tough to get around for pedestrians braving strong winds and temperatures of minus 15 Celsius (5 Fahrenheit).
How you’re doing: The pandemic’s impact on mental health
More people of all ages are reporting that the pandemic has affected their mental state. How do you deal with the situation?
German Neurologist Warns Against Wearing Facemasks: ‘Oxygen Deprivation Causes Permanent Neurological Damage’ (and it’s worse for kids)
..“The reinhalation of our exhaled air will without a doubt create oxygen deficiency and a flooding of carbon dioxide. We know that the human brain is very sensitive to oxygen deprivation. There are nerve cells for example in the hippocampus that can’t be longer than 3 minutes without oxygen – they cannot survive.
Iran test fires sophisticated short-range missile
Iran’s army test fired a sophisticated short-range missile on Sunday, The Associated Press reported, citing the Iranian official IRNA news agency.
COVID-19 Vaccine Makers AstraZeneca and Janssen Announce They’re Now Expanding Trials To Include Pregnant Women And Newborn Babies
When we warned you all last year that the then-coming COVID-19 vaccines would be global, multiple shots for everyone on Planet Earth, many wrote to say we were deluded and paranoid conspiracy theorists, writing sensational headlines as clickbait. Six weeks into 2021 and what do we see? COVID-19 vaccines, that have not been approved outside of emergency use only, for pregnant women and newborn babies. We won’t apologize for writing sensational headlines and we won’t apologize for telling you the truth.
Gay Singer And Professing Christian Grace Baldridge Hits The Number #1 Spot On iTunes Christian Music Charts
Jesus Christ went to cross to pay the price to pay for all sin, including that of homosexuality, but the problem starts with people who think that homosexuality is not a sin. The very idea of Christian LGBTQ+ people is an idea that opposes itself from start to finish. Someone who drinks too much goes to AA to be told that what they’re doing is wrong and potentially deadly, and they’re given steps to become sober. Someone who goes to AA drunk is asked to leave, I think you get the idea of what I’m telling you.
EU’s COVID-19 Vaccination Debacle Is “Epochal Failure”
The European Union’s much-touted campaign to vaccinate 450 million Europeans against Covid-19 has gotten off to an inauspicious start. The vaccination rollout has been plagued by bureaucratic sclerosis, poorly-negotiated contracts, penny-pinching and blame shifting — all wrapped in a shroud of secrecy. The result is a needless and embarrassing shortage of vaccines, and yet another a crisis of legitimacy for the EU.
35 States Allow Babies Born Alive After a Botched Abortion to be Left to Die
“Can you look me in the eye and tell me that I shouldn’t be alive?” That was the question 14 abortion survivors never got to ask America. Fox Sports, the host of this year’s Super Bowl, refused to air their ad. Maybe they were afraid of creating controversy. Or maybe, they were worried about putting a real face on this thing called “choice.” Either way, it’s a question our country needs to answer. And Tuesday morning, Senate Republicans looked at their colleagues and did.
Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to be tested on children
The trial will assess the “safety and immune responses” in children and young adults aged between 6 and 17 and will take place in three English cities.
‘Matrix’-Style Wearable Device Turns Humans Into Battery
..Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have come one step closer to harness the human bodies’ thermoelectric energy to power low-cost wearable devices.
Snow, ice blast US; winter storms forecasted nationwide
As snow and ice continued to wreak havoc across the U.S. into Saturday night, a third of the U.S. was bracing for wintry weather, including subzero temperatures, power outages and icy roads, forecasted to continue through early next week.
Televangelist Frederick KC Price, founder of Crenshaw Christian Center, dies from COVID-19Frederick K.C. Price, the founder of the 28,000-member Crenshaw Christian Center in California, has died weeks after contracting the coronavirus.