23 Apr 2019

Limbaugh: Dem ‘coup’ against Trump not over yet
‘We came as close as a whisker to having Constitution used essentially as toilet paper’. It was a real coup attempt, and it’s not over yet, talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh warned Monday about the Democrats’ use of made-up claims in an opposition research “dossier,” spying on the Trump campaign, the awesome power of the FBI and CIA, and more. “James Comey? John Brennan? James Clapper? Barack Obama? Andrew McCabe? Peter Strzok Smirk? Lisa Page? James Baker? Bill Priestap? The Ohrs, Bruce and Nellie? These people? Hillary Clinton? Glenn Simpson and the law firm of Perkins Coie? These people decided … Donald Trump was unacceptable,” he said.

Passover Snow Falls on Mt. Hermon for First Time in 21st Century
Snow fell on Mount Hermon on Sunday during Passover for the first time in 22 years. With approximately eight inches of snow already on the ground and accumulation set to continue throughout the day, the Hermon ski-resort management closed the site to visitors. Snowfall was also reported in towns in the Golan Heights. The Kinneret, Israel’s primary natural water source, rose from just 16 inches away from the Black Line—the point past which the lake becomes ecologically imbalanced—to 11.25 feet from the Black Line as of April 20. It is now 8.75 feet from its upper limit, after which point it would flood its banks.

ISIS claims responsibility for Sri Lanka bombings
ISIS has claimed responsibility for bombings that left 321 people dead and 375 hospitalized in Sri Lanka. In a statement released by its Amaq news agency, the group said it was targeting citizens of countries bombings its territories and Christians.

Report: Omar Attacked US Soldiers Who Died Fighting In ‘Black Hawk Down’ Operation
A newly unearthed tweet shows Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar attacking the U.S. soldiers who fought and died in the Battle of Mogadishu. Omar’s claim that “thousands of Somalis” were killed by American forces during that battle is wildly false by most expert’s estimations.

Sri Lanka imposes emergency, says international network involved in attacks
Sri Lanka said on Monday it was invoking emergency powers in the aftermath of devastating bomb attacks on hotels and churches, blamed on militants with foreign links, which killed 290 people and wounded nearly 500.

Nasrallah warns of war this summer, worries he could be killed – report
Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah warned top military commanders in a private meeting this week that there will be a war with Israel this summer and that he may not be around to support them, according to Elijah J. Magnier, a writer for the Kuwaiti Al Rai news. Nasrallah reportedly said that he expects the war to take everybody by surprise, like the 2006 Lebanon War.

US envoy: Hamas must change or leave for the sake of Gazans
Jason Greenblatt, United States Special Representative for International Negotiations, said on Monday, “Hamas has driven the people of Gaza into lives of misery in a bid to stay in power. A recognition of its dismal failure and an honest assessment of reality could pave the way to reconnect Gaza to the world that wants to help. The situation was not caused by the United States; it was caused by Hamas. The United States does not want this situation to continue — but we cannot fix it.”

Report: US headed for 5-year high in measles
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on Monday that 626 cases of measles have been reported in the United States this year, according to CNN. The centers’ website said, “In the coming weeks, 2019 confirmed case numbers will likely surpass 2014 levels,” the highest number since the illness was declared eliminated in the United States in 2000.

Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un expected to discuss possibility of alternative denuclearisation talks
Putin is gearing up for talks with Kim Jong-un today as Moscow seeks to carve out a role for itself in ongoing negotiations over Pyongyang’s nuclear capabilities. The Kremlin is concerned about being left out of any US-led deal and is working to implement its own talks. A Russian-led process could see a more phased approach to denuclearisation and some sanctions relief.

Eight dead in Philippines after strong earthquake strikes north of Manila
Swaying buildings in the capital sent thousands of workers fleeing onto the streets, while blackouts were reported in several towns More than 100 flights, including routes to and from Hong Kong and Singapore, cancelled as Clark International Airport is closed because of damage to facilities.

U.S. offering $10 million for info on Hezbollah’s financial mechanisms
A new program will offer up to $10 million in rewards for information leading to the disruption of the global financial mechanisms of Hezbollah, the US Department of State announced… It is the first time that the department is offering a reward for information regarding Hezbollah’s financial networks. According to a…”Forbes Israel” report, Hezbollah is the richest terror organization in the world, with an estimated annual income of $1.1 billion.

Security officials urging Israeli tourists to immediately leave the Sinai
Senior security officials are calling upon Israelis and Passover travelers who defied the anti-terror warning not to go to the Sinai to leave immediately, the Army Radio reported on Tuesday. According to the report, around 30,000 Israelis have traveled there for the Passover break – and according to Globes over 85,00 people will pass through the Taba border, in both directions. This number is over 20% higher than the year before.

Bernie Sanders calls Netanyahu government ‘racist’
US Senator Bernie Sanders on Tuesday called the Netanyahu government “racist,” at a CNN Town Hall Tuesday night. The comments were made in response to a question of how he would maintain the strong relations between the United States and Israel, despite his criticism. The senator claimed that he is not anti-Israeli and noted that some members of his family live in Israel and he even worked on a kibbutz when he was young.

Philippines earthquake: Eight deaths reported on Luzon
A powerful earthquake has struck the main Philippines island of Luzon, killing at least 11 people. The magnitude 6.1 tremor hit at 17:11 local time (09:11 GMT) on Monday, the Philippines Institute of Volcanology and Seismology reports. An airport was seriously damaged and at least two buildings were destroyed.

Churches Have Become The #1 Target For Hate Attacks – An Average Of 105 Every Single Month
The bombings in Sri Lanka have once again put a spotlight on the rising tide of violence against Christians all over the world. According to Open Doors USA, an average of 105 churches and/or Christian buildings are burned or attacked every month. That is more than three per day, and almost all of those attacks get ignored by the mainstream media in the western world.

Tens of thousands attend Jewish Passover blessing at Western Wall
Tens of thousands of people gathered at Jerusalem’s Western Wall on Monday for a traditional Jewish blessing for the Passover holiday. Police estimated the crowd at more than 30,000 for the two morning ceremonies. US ambassador to Israel David Friedman, an Orthodox Jew, was among those in attendance, an AFP photographer reported.

Half of Americans back stronger role of religion in society
Around half of Americans favor religion playing a greater role in US society, while 18 percent oppose that idea, according to a Pew Research Center study published Monday. Despite there being a separation of church and state, religion plays a significant part in daily US life: the president traditionally is sworn in using a Bible, while “In God We Trust” is printed on bank notes.

Elon Musk says Neuralink machine that connects human brain to computers ‘coming soon’
Elon Musk has revealed his Neuralink startup is close to announcing the first brain-machine interface to connect humans and computers. The entrepreneur took to Twitter to tell followers the technology would be “coming soon” – though he failed to provide details. Neuralink was set up in 2016 with the ambitious goal of developing hardware to enhance the human brain, however, little about how this will work has been made public.

That mental health app might share your data without telling you
Free apps marketed to people with depression or who want to quit smoking are hemorrhaging user data to third parties like Facebook and Google — but often don’t admit it in their privacy policies, a new study reports. This study is the latest to highlight the potential risks of entrusting sensitive health information to our phones.

Devastating floods leave millions in Iran facing humanitarian crisis
Two weeks since the storms started, relentless rain and flooding throughout Iran has left some 2 million people facing a humanitarian crisis.

The Border Crisis Worsens: Declared State of Emergency in Yuma, AZ.
This reports from the CSS centers on the border crisis and declared state of emergency in Yuma, Arizona. On the border, things are going from bad to worse.

The Mexican Military Is Delivering Drugs Across the Border and Simultaneously Probing US Border Defenses
The mainstream media would actually have America believe that the recent border incursion just an unavoidable and simple accident in just another “no harm-no foul” incident on the southern border, when in fact the exact opposite is true.

Limbaugh: Dem ‘coup’ against Trump not over yet
…“They simply couldn’t allow it to happen. Do you realize this is? We came as close as a whisker to having the Constitution used essentially as toilet paper, and it’s still scary to me how close they came,” he said.

Boom! President Trump Suggests John Kerry Violated Logan Act with Unprecedented Private Meetings with Iranian Regime
President Trump called out former Obama Secretary of State John Kerry for a likely violation of the Logan Act for his working with Iran against the United States.

2020 Democrats Push For Non-New Hampshire Residents To Vote In New Hampshire Election
A handful of Senate Democrats vying for the presidency are rallying around Democratic New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in an effort to eliminate a law that prevents college students from voting in the Granite state unless they are permanent residents.

Fresh blast in Sri Lanka as new bombs found near church
No injuries were reported in the blast some 50 meters from the St Anthony’s Shrine, one of three churches targeted in a string of suicide bombs on Sunday that killed nearly 300 people.

Bacteria-hunting kit aims to spot food hazards before they enter our homes
Israel’s Yarok Microbio combines chemicals with AI to identify dangerous bacteria in produce — in the field or in the supply chain, saving lives and costs, startup says

Yellow Vests Clash with Police as Anti-Macron Protesters Rage Over Notre Dame
Yellow Vest protesters clashed with riot police on the streets of Paris on Saturday as the anti-Macron protests raged into their 23rd consecutive weekend.

Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton tip anti-Christian ‘Easter worshippers’ hats
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton avoided using the word “Christians” while commenting on Twitter about the horrific attacks on — yes, let’s call it what it is, please — Christians on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka that left hundreds dead and injured.

22 Apr 2019

CRISPR used to build dual-core computers inside human cells
This special Cas9 instead reads guide RNA as inputs, and in response expresses particular genes. That in turn creates certain proteins as the output. These processors act like digital half adders – essentially, they can compare two inputs or add two binary numbers, and deliver two outputs. To boost the computing power, the researchers managed to squeeze two processor cores into one cell.

Report: Saudis Pressuring Abbas to Accept Trump’s Mideast Plan
According to a report on the website Alkhaleej Online, a member of Fatah’s central committee revealed on April 20 that heavy Arab pressure was being applied to the Palestinian Authority leadership with regard to U.S. President Donald Trump’s Mideast peace plan—the so-called “deal of the century”—that the White House is expected to unveil in June. According to the report, the official stated that Saudi Arabia was leading the campaign.

Taliban, ISIS-aligned fighters engage in deadly Afghanistan clashes
At least 12 Taliban and six Islamic State fighters have been killed in bloody clashes that erupted in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province, according to the Afghan military. The rival militant groups aim to take control eastern Afghanistan, where Kabul has apparently lost government writ, and fighting between the two has significantly escalated since last year. The latest clashes broke out last Monday and continued into the weekend.

Smotrich: Ignore France, let Palestinian Authority collapse
MK Smotrich urges PM Netanyahu ignore French President Macron’s demand to transfer funds to terrorists, reject French ‘hypocrisy.’ “As long as the [Palestinian] Authority encourages terror against Israel and pays salaries to terrorists, we cannot give it even one shekel. Let it collapse. We’ll get two birds with one stone.”

Mexican troops drew weapons on American soldiers on US side of the border
Officials confirmed that the Mexican troops were armed with what seemed to be assault riffles. They drew their weapons when they saw the two U.S. soldiers and ordered the U.S. troops to return their weapons to a military vehicle. According to officials, the two Americans obliged “in an attempt to de-escalate a potential volatile situation.”

‘Several’ Americans among the 207 killed in Sri Lanka bombing attacks on Easter Sunday
“Several” Americans are among the at least 207 people are dead and 450 injured in simultaneous terrorist attacks that appear to be coordinated at several high-end hotels and churches in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed Sunday. “The United States condemns in the strongest terms the terror attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter morning,” Pompeo said in a statement released by the State Department.

One church, two popes: why Catholicism is in crisis this Easter
Benedict has by and large kept a respectful silence, ignoring the ever louder pleas of traditionalist Catholics who want the 92-year-old to join them in opposing Francis’s reform agenda. That changed earlier this month, when Benedict published a 6,000-word article in a German magazine. It made headlines by blaming the clerical abuse scandal on the moral relativism of the 1960s sexual revolution, and the “homosexual cliques” that allowed this “lawlessness” to infect seminaries. It is a line of argument that directly – and, conservative cardinals insist, pointedly – contradicts all Francis’s efforts.

NYT: The Tables Have Turned — Time To Investigate The FBI, Steele And The Rest Of The ‘Witch Hunters’
As we now shift from the “witch hunt” against Trump to ‘investigating the investigators’ who spied on him – remember this; Donald Trump was supposed to lose the 2016 election by almost all accounts. And had Hillary won, as expected, none of this would have seen the light of day. We wouldn’t know that a hyper-partisan FBI had spied on the Trump campaign, as Attorney General William Barr put it during his April 10 Congressional testimony.

Donald Trump ‘Never Been Happier’ — Attends Church on Easter
“Happy Easter!” he wrote Easter morning on Twitter. “I have never been happier or more content because your Country is doing so well, with an Economy that is the talk of the World and may be stronger than it has ever been before. Have a great day!”

The Kremlin Breaks Silence On Mueller Report
Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday that there is “no evidence substantiated by facts” that Russia attempted to interfere in the election,… The AP also reported that Russian state-owned media claimed that the Mueller probe was an attempt to influence U.S. foreign policy.

Gillibrand Teams Up With Former Soviet Propaganda Outfit
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand is set to sign on to a policy proposal penned in part by a Marxist think tank best known for serving as a de facto Soviet mouthpiece during the Cold War. One of the organizations Gillibrand is “proud” to partner with, the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), was infamous during the Cold War for its defense of Communist governments and for its kneejerk support of the Soviet line.

Sex-cult case snares Hillary Clinton campaign
The stunning allegations of sexual abuse and human trafficking inside the NXIVM cult now has snared the Hillary Clinton campaign. “And whose ‘presidential primary campaign’ did the group allegedly attempt to buy influence with? “None other than Hillary Rodham Clinton, according to former NXIVM publicist-turned-whistleblower Frank Parlato, who told Big League Politics, ‘I was there, and I knew that the contributions were made by more than a dozen NXIVM members of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.”

Ex-SS guard charged with 5,230 counts of accessory to murder
A Hamburg court charged a former Nazi guard with 5,230 counts of accessory to murder at the Stutthof concentration camp during final months of WWII; prosecutors say he will be tried as a juvenile as he was underage at the time.

More than 100,000 visit Western Wall for Priestly Blessing – watch
More than 100,000 people are expected to visit Jerusalem Monday for the Priestly Blessing prayer service, which will be held at the Western Wall. This mass priestly blessing only takes place twice a year in Israel, once during Passover and again on Sukkot. Attendees receive the historical blessing from hundreds of kohanim – Jews of priestly lineage – as they face the congregation, hands stretched forward, chanting in one voice.

Sudan crisis: Protesters cut ties with military council
Protest leaders in Sudan have said they have broken off contact with the ruling military council that replaced ousted leader Omar al-Bashir. They accused it of being composed of “remnants” of Mr Bashir’s regime. Thousands of protesters have gathered outside army HQ in Khartoum for a meeting to announce a civilian council they now want to take power.

Colombia landslide: At least 17 killed and five injured
At least 17 people have been killed by a landslide on Sunday in south-western Colombia, officials say. Five others were injured and several houses destroyed in the town of Rosas in the Cauca region. The landslide happened after days of torrential rains hit the region and authorities are continuing to search the rubble.

Could antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” become a bigger killer than cancer?
When antibiotics were first used in the 1940s they were a revolution in medicine. Before that, diseases like pneumonia and tuberculosis were often a death sentence, and even an infected scratch could be fatal. Since then, antibiotics have saved hundreds of millions of lives. But now many of these drugs are becoming ineffective.

US to cancel sanctions waivers for Iranian oil importers
The United States is expected to announce on Monday that all buyers of Iranian oil will have to end their imports shortly or face sanctions, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters, triggering a 3 percent rise in crude prices. The source confirmed a report by a Washington Post columnist that the administration will terminate the sanctions waivers it granted to some importers of Iranian oil late last year.

Oil hits 2019 high on U.S. plan to tighten squeeze on Iran
Oil topped $74 a barrel on Monday, the highest since November, with the United States set to announce a further clampdown on Iranian oil exports, tightening global supplies. The United States is expected to say later on Monday that buyers of Iranian oil need to end imports soon or face sanctions, a source familiar with the situation said, confirming an earlier Washington Post report.

The Muslims are Colonizing Under Your Noses – Putting Muslim Representatives Into Position Only to Attack!
Something is happening throughout America and Americans need to know what that is. America is literally and purposefully being invaded by Muslims like that of France, Germany, Sweden, England and Wales, Belgium, the UK, etc (Deuteronomy 28:15).

Sri Lanka Easter bombing attacks toll hits 290, with 500 wounded
At least 290  people were killed in a series of bomb blasts that tore through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka, in the worst violence to hit the island since its devastating civil war ended a decade ago.

CDC admits measles outbreak is caused by people from other countries who enter the United States and spread the disease
In their latest report, the CDC admits that measles cases are actually coming from international travelers. “These outbreaks are linked to travelers who brought measles back from other countries such as Israel, Ukraine, and the Philippines, where large measles outbreaks are occurring,” says the CDC.

Terrifying new report proves that there are at least 1,500 ISIS fighters in Europe that came in as ‘refugees!
As many as 1,500 Islamist terrorists with combat experience are now in Europe, according to the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB).

‘Soylent Green’? State poised to legalize human composting
Charlton Heston’s character in the iconic 1973 movie “Soylent Green” famously didn’t take well to the news that the ubiquitous green food reflected in the film’s title was composed of human beings.

Mexican troops drew weapons on American soldiers on US side of the border
Mexican troops questioned two U.S. soldiers along the two countries’ border earlier this month. The American soldiers were on the U.S. side of the border conducting a routine surveillance operation, defense officials say.

THANKS BARACK! Judge Rules Obama EPA Knew Flint Residents Were Not Warned About Lead Levels
Apparently, the Environmental Protection Agency during the Obama era knew that officials “were not warning Flint residents” about the levels of lead.

New Jersey Democrats Declare Open Season on Elderly, Chronically Ill and Disabled
Chris Christie served as New Jersey governor for 8 years and during that time, he often acted more like  Democrat than a Republican.

200 Christians Murdered During Four Day Muslim Killing Spree in Nigeria
The rise of radical Islam in Nigeria is resulting in the persecution of Christians inside the northern region. While Christianity remains dominant in the southern half of Nigeria, Islam has become dominant in the north.

Pastors face orders to watch if parents deprive kids of ‘warmth’
California lawmakers are proposing a change in the state’s mandated-reporters law that would require pastors to notify police if they believe parents are failing to provide enough emotional “warmth” for their children.

This Easter Sunday, it’s time to tell the truth about the global war on Christianity (and the rise of Satanism)
 In case you haven’t heard, Christian churches are being bombed all over the world today by radical Islamic terrorists. In Sri Lanka alone, there are 207 Christians reported dead so far and 450+ injured in just one day.

Sex-cult case snares Hillary Clinton campaign
The stunning allegations of sexual abuse and human trafficking inside the NXIVM cult now has snared the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Easter Sunday explosions at multiple churches and hotels rock Sri Lanka, death tolls rises past 200
More than 207 people died and hundreds more injured after six nearly simultaneous explosions struck three churches and three luxury hotels in and just outside of Sri Lanka’s capital on Easter Sunday. They were followed hours later by two more blasts.