31 Dec 2022

Volunteers search for rare artifacts in Israel’s Judean Desert
“In the last five years we are checking every cave here, even the smallest ones,” “We found here a collection of papyrus from the Bar Kochba Revolt era. This cave suffered for years from antiquities looting. Once we entered the cave we found remains of looting from different eras.”

Pledging Deepened Military Ties With Putin, Xi To Visit Russia In Spring Against Backdrop Of War
Vladimir Putin in a Friday virtual meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping hailed Russia-China ties as at their “best in history” and the strategic partnership between the two countries a “stabilizing factor” amid broader geopolitical tensions with the West. Putin vowed to his “dear friend” Xi to strengthen military cooperation with China, while Xi reciprocated by saying Beijing stands ready to expand ties.

Biden Family Disowns Hunter’s 4-Year-Old Daughter, Remains “Estranged From The Child”
The Biden family has remained “estranged” from Hunter Biden’s 4-year-old daughter, and ‘seemingly wants nothing to do with the child, The filing cites President Biden, Jill Biden and Hunter’s late brother Beau as examples of successful individuals bearing the last name, and says that the Biden family remains “estranged from the child. To the extent this is misconduct or neglect, it can be rectified by changing her last name to Biden so that she may undeniably be known to the world as the child of the defendant and member of the prestigious Biden family.”

‘I Also Orchestrated It’: Uncharged J6 Witness Ray Epps Transcript Released
Ray Epps, the uncharged man identified as a key instigator behind the January 6, 2020 Capitol Breach for telling people to storm the Capitol, said in a text message to his nephew that he “orchestrated” things, according to newly released witness transcripts from the January 6th Committee.

Year in Review: California Got Even Crazier in 2022
From decriminalized prostitution to abortion on demand, here are the craziest laws the Golden State passed this year

EU’s Artificial Intelligence Act will lead the world on regulating AI
The European Union is set to create the world’s first broad standards for regulating artificial intelligence. As well as determining how the technology affects the lives of almost 450 million citizens in the 27 countries of the EU, the rules are likely to influence how AI is used elsewhere in the world.

North Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles after unprecedented year of tests
North Korea fired three ballistic missiles toward the sea east of the Korean Peninsula on Saturday, the South Korean military said. The launches were the latest in an unprecedented number of missile tests conducted by North Korea this year, as Pyongyang presses on with weapons development amid speculation it could test a nuclear weapon for a seventh time.

Scientology leader disappears after being named in child trafficking lawsuit
David Miscavige, chairman of the board of the Religious Technology Center, is the leader of the controversial Church of Scientology and the sect’s company Sea Org, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Process servers visited 10 Church of Scientology properties and have made 27 attempts to serve Miscavige, but the church leader has been missing for months, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

U.S. Virgin Islands implicates JP Morgan Chase bigtime in Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking operation
An explosive new lawsuit brought by the U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George has accused banking behemoth JP Morgan Chase of turning “a blind eye” to Jeffrey Epstein’s heinous human sex-trafficking operations, which allegedly represented the “principal business” of the now-deceased pedophile’s accounts with the institution. According to the suit, filed on Tuesday, JP Morgan “knowingly facilitated, sustained, and concealed the human trafficking network operated by Jeffrey Epstein” and “financially benefitted from this participation,” the Insider reports.

Prime Minister Netanyahu to Make Bible Priority
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is back and eager to lead Israel including making the Bible a central part of Israeli society.

Bail group collapses after helping free criminal who allegedly shot man upon release
A celebrity-backed bail reform group shut down and is now being sued after the group helped free a criminal in 2021 who allegedly attempted to kill a waiter less than one week after his release,

Bovard: Liberals Learned Nothing In 2022
…more Americans are finally recognizing that, regardless of Biden’s preening or the media’s cover-ups, the federal government is the most dangerous threat to their rights and ­liberties.

Florida investigating Christmas drag show accused of ‘exposing children to sexually explicit activity’
The state of Florida has warned venues hosting a Christmas-themed drag show alleged to involve simulated sexual activity and the “sexualization of children’s stories” that it will take action if they allow minors to attend the events.

Researcher Reveals Google Home Speakers Could’ve Been Hijacked And Turned Into Wiretaps
“I was recently rewarded a total of $107,500 by Google for responsibly disclosing security issues…” 

Global stocks lose $18 trillion in rout!
More tech tantrums. China’s Covid surge. And above all, no central banks riding to the rescue if things go wrong. Reeling from a record $18 trillion wipeout, global stocks must surmount all these hurdles and more if they are to escape a second straight year in the red.

2023 could start with severe weather outbreak in South
The FOX Forecast Center is tracking the potential for dangerous weather beginning Monday in eastern parts of Oklahoma and Texas and stretching eastward into western Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi. The highest chance of severe storms appears to be centered over the Ark-La-Tex region.

Damaging tornado hits La Paz and El Alto, Bolivia 
A damaging tornado hit the cities of La Paz and El Alto in Bolivia on December 28, 2022. The tornado formed at about 18:15 LT and lasted for about 20 minutes, enough to cause damage to some houses. This was the first tornado to hit the area since 2019.

‘A gut punch’: Buffalo residents recall stories of survival as blizzard recovery reaches new milestone
Dump trucks continue to carry small mountains of snow through Buffalo a week after a blizzard crippled the western New York area, dropping more than 4 feet of snow in some places and claiming the lives of at least 39 people.

EXCLUSIVE: Freedom Caucus Considers Keeping Kevin, Pelosi’s House Rules
Some members of the supposedly conservative House Freedom Caucus are negotiating away the House Rules established by Thomas Jefferson that kept the lower house accountable to voters, according to conversations National File has conducted with members of the House Freedom Caucus.

CDC Instructs School Districts to Promote ‘LGBT Inclusivity’
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is instructing school administrators to adopt a self-assessment that will measure how “inclusive” their district is for the LGBT community.

NHS demands written explanation if white candidate hired over ethnic minority 
Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) is forcing interview panels to justify their reasoning behind hiring white applicants over applicants who are ethnic minorities.

Buffalo woman dies in her car after getting trapped for 18 hours while driving home from work
A 22-year-old woman has tragically frozen to death after spending 18 hours in her car while trying to wait out a historic snowstorm currently devastating Buffalo.

Science finally admits that artificial sweeteners cause sudden death – but only to deflect from covid jabs 
The British Medical Journal (BMJ) published a study recently that links consumption of artificial sweeteners like aspartame (Sweet’N Low) and sucralose (Splenda) to cardiovascular disease.

1-2 Million COVID Deaths Likely in China
China’s dam against COVID-19 has broken. Beijing canceled lockdowns precipitously, and the resulting tidal wave of infections is inundating the country.

Grand Jury to Investigate Covid Vaccine Crimes in Florida as Australian Senator demands Investigation into Corruption & Bribes paid to Health Authorities by Pfizer 
Powerful individuals and organizations have prioritized their own interests over the well-being of the public during this alleged Covid-19 pandemic.

Confidential Pfizer and Government Documents confirm ADE, VAED, and AIDS due to COVID-19 Vaccination leading to Millions “Dying Suddenly” & still counting
Confidential documents reveal that within months of receiving the initial doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, some individuals are developing Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) and Vaccine-Associated Enhanced Disease (VAED).

Arizona Border Agents Seize 1.2 Million Fentanyl Pills, 4 Pounds of Fentanyl Powder
Border Patrol agents at the Port of Nogales in Arizona seized over 1.2 million fentanyl pills and 4 pounds of fentanyl powder on Dec. 28, officials said.

Maricopa County 2022 Corruption and How Runbeck Used Spanish-Speaking Employees and Quit Running Counts on Election Day Ballots
Arizona voters expect their local elections and any legal proceedings to be handled locally. That is not what happened in the 2022 midterms.

Controversial Scottish Bill Allows 16-Year-Olds to Legally Change Their Gender Against Parents’ Will
Scotland’s Parliament passed a bill last week that, if enacted, will allow citizens as young as 16 to be legally recognized as transgender without requiring a gender dysphoria medical diagnosis.

The Infrastructure Of Antichrist: Living In The Age Of Surveillance | Harbingers Daily
We live in the age of surveillance. Cameras (attached to facial recognition systems), satellites, street sensors, license plate readers, drones, credit cards, computers, phones, televisions, “smart” devices, and other technologies watch every move we make. Corporations use this avalanche of data to make money. But does it work? Not always. According to Business Insider, Amazon is on track to lose $10 billion dollars on its Alexa division this year. That’s billion… with a “B.”

After deadly Buffalo blizzard, families scramble to find food
Families in western New York were scrambling to find food, medicine and other essentials Monday after a historic blizzard blocked roads and cut off electricity, forcing many major supermarkets and pharmacies to close.

Your Robot Vacuum Is Spying On You & Your Potty Pics Could End Up On Social Media
A recent report published by MIT Technology Review revealed the Amazon-owned iRobot Roomba devices cleaning the floors of houses across the world are also capturing private images from within the homes.