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Christian B&B Owner Forced to Serve Homosexual Couples After Supreme Court Rejects Appeal

March 19 - The US Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal from a Christian bed and breakfast owner who was ordered by a lower court to serve a lesbian couple despite it being a violation of her religious beliefs. The Supreme Court rejected the appeal Monday, thus upholding the lower court's ruling in favor of the lesbian couple. Now, litigation will continue to determine what penalty the Christian business owner must face. Phyllis Young, the owner of Aloha Bed & Breakfast in Honolulu, Hawaii...

MI5: Number of Far Right Terror Cases ‘Absolutely Dwarfed by the Number of Islamist Cases’

March 21 - The number of far-right terror cases the authorities are faced with is “absolutely dwarfed” by the number of cases related to radical Islam, according to Britain’s Security Service, better known as MI5. MI5 specialises in counter-espionage and domestic security, in contrast to the foreign intelligence-oriented Secret Intelligence Service – better known as SIS or MI6, made famous by Ian Flemming’s James Bond books. The assessment of the relative seriousness of the Islamist terror threat...

White House Blames NY Sanctuary City Policy for Criminal Alien Biting Off ICE Officer’s Fingertip

March 20 - White House officials are spotlighting New York City’s protection of an illegal migrant who bit off the fingertip of an immigration officer charged with deporting the migrant. “New York’s dangerous ‘sanctuary’ policies are directly responsible for the egregious and violent harm suffered by this courageous ICE officer,” said Hogan Gidley, the principal deputy press secretary at the White House. The biter is allegedly Christopher Santos Felix, an illegally present Dominican national...

Christian university changes stance on homosexual relationships a third time

March 20 - A Christian university has once again lifted a ban on homosexual relationships on its campus, several months after re-instating the ban after it had initially been lifted in the late summer of last year. Azusa Pacific University “specifically removed language that barred homosexual relationships as part of a standing ban on pre-marital sex” from its student handbook, The San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports. The school had previously removed the ban at the beginning of last semester.

Scholar makes ‘moral case’ for letting people decide their own age

March 20 - A recent article published in The Journal of Medical Ethics by a Finnish bioethicist made a moral case for the legal change of a person’s age to correspond with that person’s “experienced age.” The piece, by Joona Räsänen of the University of Oslo in Norway, titled “A Moral Case for Legal Age Change,” concludes that there are three scenarios when a change to one’s legal age should be allowed: When “the person genuinely feels his age differs significantly from his chronological age...

Making jokes at Portland State gets you reported to its bias response team

March 20 - Members of the campus community at Portland State better think twice about making a joke on campus — it could very well lead to their names being reported to the university’s bias response team. Two bias reports filed at the public institution last fall were against people making jokes or similar off-hand comments on campus, according to documents obtained by The College Fix through a public records act request. In one case from last September, a student overheard someone...

Stunning Survey Shows Half Of Americans Don’t Know All First Amendment Freedoms

March 21 - Nearly 6 in 10 Americans believe the First Amendment is under threat, according to a new survey, yet a large portion of respondents couldn’t correctly name what the amendment protects. Of the 2,000 adults who took part in the poll, half thought that “liberty” is one of the five freedoms protected by the First Amendment, while nearly half (49 percent) believed “the pursuit of happiness” was included. Thankfully, only 3 percent named “life” as one of the protected freedoms.

Snagged in net: 'Unprecedented' censorship online

March 20 - After the alleged deadly attacks at two New Zealand mosques last week, telecom companies in New Zealand and Australia acknowledged they blocked websites that hosted video of the incident recorded by the murderer. The news website Zero Hedge, however, said it also has been banned in New Zealand and Australia despite having never hosted video footage of the Christchurch attack. “We were not contacted prior to the censorship. Instead, we have received a steady flood of people noting...

Border Patrol releasing migrants because detention centers are full

March 20 - Immigrant advocates charge that the release of 50 migrants from Border Patrol custody in McAllen, Texas, was “intended to create chaos at the border and further President Donald Trump’s argument that there is a national emergency there.” “Why do this now? It doesn’t make sense,” contended Zenen Perez of the Texas Civil Rights Project, according to the Los Angeles Times. “This is not something they’ve done before.” However, a Border Patrol official speaking on condition...

U.S. farmers face devastation following Midwest floods

March 20 - Midwestern farmers have been gambling they could ride out the U.S.-China trade war by storing their corn and soybeans anywhere they could - in bins, plastic tubes, in barns or even outside. Now, the unthinkable has happened. Record floods have devastated a wide swath of the Farm Belt across Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and several other states. Early estimates of lost crops and livestock are approaching $1 billion in Nebraska alone. With more flooding expected, damages...

Mississippi governor to sign 'heartbeat' abortion ban

March 21 - Mississippi’s Republican governor was due to sign one of America’s strictest abortion bills on Thursday banning women from obtaining an abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can often occur before a woman even realizes she is pregnant. Dubbed the ‘heartbeat bill,’ this is the second legislative attempt in under a year aimed at restricting abortions in a state with a single abortion clinic. In a tweet earlier this week, Governor Phil Bryant thanked the state’s legislature...

What are they trying to hide?

March 19 - Something is incredibly fishy about the New Zealand mosque shooting and how governments and the media have responded to it. Governments are now going to extraordinary lengths to eliminate the video from the internet while criminalizing anyone who dares possess it or distribute it. An 18-year-old man was arrested in New Zealand for merely sharing the live stream video of the Christchurch shooting. “The live stream video of the shootings in Christchurch has been classified...

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Brighteon.com video platform forced to delete all New Zealand shooting videos

March 20 - This is an emergency alert concerning Brighteon.com, the free speech video platform alternative to YouTube. I’m writing this at 12:45 am, March 21st. The Brighteon platform is now under extreme threat by upstream infrastructure providers over users posting footage of the New Zealand Christchurch shooting. We are being threatened to remove all the videos or face complete annihilation online, starting with being de-platformed from infrastructure providers, followed by legal action...

Terror-tied CAIR presses Fox News to fire Judge Jeanine

March 20 - The Hamas-founded Council on American-Islamic Relations and the anti-Shariah, grass-roots movement Act for America are squaring off over the suspension of Fox News host Jeanine Pirro. The network punished Pirro for raising the question of whether or not Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., puts Shariah, or Islamic law, above the U.S. Constitution or any other law, as do millions of Muslims worldwide. Pirro, who was publicly rebuked by Fox News, reasoned that the question...

Paul Ryan joins board of Fox, new parent company of Fox News

March 19 - Former House speaker Paul D. Ryan has landed his first post-Congress job as a board member for Fox, the new parent company of Fox News. Fox spun off from the larger 21st Century Fox, which Rupert Murdoch sold to Walt Disney Co. Ryan (R-Wis.), who retired from Congress last year citing his desire to spend more time with his family, was named to the board Tuesday. A Fox news release credited him for leading “efforts to revise the federal tax code, rebuild the national defense...

Fox News hires Donna Brazile, liberal pundit ousted from CNN in 2016

March 18 - Fox News’ newest pundit is one CNN rejected after she colluded with Hillary Clinton’s campaign before the debates in 2016. Fox said Monday that it has hired Donna Brazile, the former interim Democratic National Committee chair and a longtime CNN commentator before she became embroiled in controversy in 2016. CNN forced Brazile to resign as an on-air contributor in October 2016 after emails revealed that she had tipped off Clinton’s aides about questions likely to be asked by CNN moderators...

March 14, 2019

Vimeo yanks church account for opposing homosexuality

March 13 - The video-hosting platform Vimeo canceled the account of a church that posted videos of a Bible conference that included teaching on homosexuality. Vimeo informed Fairview Baptist Church of Edmond, Oklahoma, that the videos violated the company’s ban on posting “content that promotes Sexual Orientation Change Efforts,” reported the website Reform Charlotte. “We apologize for any inconvenience and wish you luck in finding a video hosting platform more suitable...

Genetically engineered salmon OK'd for human consumption in U.S.

March 13 - Genetically engineered salmon have become the first animal with a modified gene structure that can be sold for human consumption in the United States. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration last week lifted an import ban on a line of genetically modified Atlantic salmon raised in Canada. The company that raises that fish, AquaBounty, announced its intention to import salmon eggs into the United States. "We are delighted," Sylvia Wulf, the AquaBounty chief executive officer...

Controversial Comic Book Starring Jesus to Debut in July

March 13 - A controversial comic book starring Jesus Christ has found a new publisher and will roll out starting this summer. The New York Times reported Second Coming partnered with AHOY Comics after DC Comics dropped it from its lineup. DC Comics received heavy pushback from the Christian community and decided to part ways with the comic in February. Writer Mark Russell and artist Richard Pace are now working with AHOY to launch the new series.

Democrats Vote To Give Illegal Aliens The Right To Vote

March 9 - House Democrats voted Friday to defend localities that allow illegal aliens to vote in their elections, turning back a GOP attempt to discourage the practice. As The Washington Times reports, the vote marks a stunning reversal from just six months ago, when the chamber – then under GOP control – voted to decry illegal alien voting. As we detailed earlier, using carefully chosen words in what appears an attempt to hide the truth, House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi admitted...

Hawaii Democrats Want U.S. Congress to Consider Repeal of Second Amendment

March 10 - A resolution introduced in the Hawaii Senate this week urges the U.S. Congress to “consider and discuss whether the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution should be repealed or amended to clarify that the right to bear arms is a collective, rather than individual, constitutional right.” The resolution also urges Congress to adopt a proposed constitutional amendment “to clarify the constitutional right to bear arms.” The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June 2008...

Lawmaker sounds warning after illegal alien is accused of killing California woman

March 13 - Texas lawmaker Louie Gohmert said Wednesday that efforts to deport illegal aliens are futile as long as the border remains “porous,” arguing that those illegals just “come right back” in. Speaking to Fox News’ Todd Starnes, the Republican congressman recalled his time as a state district judge. He said he saw repeat offenders who, despite being sentenced to prison time, would show again in his courtroom after being picked up and deported by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Illegal Alien With Long Rap Sheet Arrested in Calif. Woman’s Murder

March 14 - An illegal alien gang member with a lengthy criminal record has been arrested in the sanctuary state of California, suspected of murdering a San Jose woman in February, according to police. Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza, 24, is believed to have stalked 59-year-old Bambi Larson before eventually entering her home and stabbing her to death. Larson’s body was found by her son and a co-worker. Police say she had suffered multiple stab wounds and lacerations...

De Blasio tells New Yorkers how to use their toilets

March 13 - New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is apparently concerned folks in the Big Apple don’t know how to properly use their toilets, so he’s offering a little advice. “New York City: There are only FOUR things that should go in your toilet,” the NYC Mayor’s Office posted to Twitter, along with a series of emojis to illustrate the message. “poop, pee, puke, toilet paper. “Everything else causes FATBERGS! What are fatbergs? Well, you gotta click on FatbergFree.nyc.” According to the site...

UK lawmakers vote against no-deal Brexit, now aim for delay

March 14 - In a tentative first step toward ending months of political deadlock, British lawmakers voted Wednesday to block the country from leaving the European Union without a divorce agreement, triggering an attempt to delay that departure, currently due to take place on March 29. Parliament is scheduled to decide Thursday whether to put the brakes on Brexit, a vote set up after lawmakers dealt yet another defeat to Prime Minister Theresa May amid a crisis over Britain’s departure from the EU.

Genetic Editing of Animals Has Horrible Side Effects

March 12 - Would you eat a burger made from a cow with lab-altered DNA? How about a potato or a piece of salmon that was similarly tweaked? Gene-editing technologies are here, and they're already being used to alter the food supply. For instance, gene-edited crops, in which DNA is tweaked or snipped out at a precise location, include soybeans with altered fatty acid profiles, potatoes that take longer to turn brown and potatoes that remain fresher longer and do not produce carcinogens when fried.

Why Herd Immunity Is a Hoax

March 12 - I recently wrote about the renewed calls for state legislatures to eliminate personal belief vaccine exemptions and restrict medical exemptions, and how California state Sen. Dr. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, is even urging the U.S. Surgeon General to push mandatory vaccinations to the top of the federal public health agenda. According to Pan, “unwarranted vaccine hesitancy” is a threat to public health as it prevents “community immunity, which protects our children...

February 21, 2019

1-in-10 U.S. Voters in 2020 Election Will Be Foreign-Born

February 20 - About one-in-ten eligible voters in the United States will have been born outside of the country by the 2020 election cycle, new research finds – just as President Trump has called for more legal immigration. A study conducted by Pew Research Center of what the 2020 U.S. electorate will look like finds that about ten percent of eligible voters will be foreign-born, driven entirely by the country’s mass legal immigration system that admits more than 1.2 million legal immigrants...

Huge Cost of Monitoring Returned Jihadists Means Majority Roam Free in Britain

February 21 - British government security orders that can be placed on known extremists are so expensive to enforce they are hardly ever used, leaving the majority of returning jihadists to “roam free”. The arrangements made for Islamist extremists living in the United Kingdom has come under intense scrutiny in the wake of the rediscovery of a former London schoolgirl who defected to the Islamic State in 2015, who now wants to come to Britain to raise an ISIS fighter’s son.

All-electric commuter airplanes aim for market introduction in 2022

February 20 - Eviation Aircraft, an Israel-based company with plans to offer all-electric commuter aircraft, chose Germany's Siemens to supply propulsion systems and will test the new planned units this year, with commercial sales expected by 2022. The planes will bring to the market new developments that include innovations in thermal management and autonomous landing, as well as distributed electric propulsion, battery technology and lighter composite body frames.

German Police Lie About Migrant Crime Statistics to “Preserve Peace”

February 15 - German police officers hide the severity of migrant crime statistics in order to “preserve civil peace” according to a recent news report. The report cites research which suggests the statistics are “tweaked” so as not to alarm the population. “There is no lying, nothing hushed up, but things are deliberately left out,” one state police officer is quoted as saying, which in other words means lying by omission. Journalist Dieter Wonka, who met with police to confirm the story...

U.S. Taxpayers Fund Border Walls in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Middle East

February 19 - American taxpayers are continuing to fund border security measures and border walls in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Egypt, and Lebanon with President Trump’s signing of a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) spending bill. While the United States-Mexico border received only $1.3 billion for construction of a border wall at the overwhelmed southern border with soaring illegal aliens, foreign countries are getting help from American taxpayers to secure their borders.

Is China’s Social Credit System A Preview Of The Coming “Beast System”?

February 21 - Virtually everything that you do online and offline is being monitored, tracked or recorded by someone. Could you imagine what life would be like if the government compiled all of that information into a giant database and used it to punish those that had engaged in politically-incorrect behavior? Here in the United States, Internet censorship has escalated dramatically, but over in China the government is cracking down on a much wider array of online and offline activities.

FBI plotting to keep DNA of ENTIRE population on file to create ‘nation of suspects’

February 17 - President Donald Trump has signed the Rapid DNA Act into law which means the police can routinely take DNA samples from people who are arrested but not yet convicted of a crime. The law, which was signed in 2017 and comes into effect this year, will require several states to connect Rapid DNA machines to Codis – the national DNA database controlled by the FBI. These machines, which are portable and about the same size as a desktop printer, are expected to become...

Climate Change ‘Heat Records’ Are a Huge Data Manipulation

February 20 - The idea that climate change is producing heat records across the Earth is among the most egregious manipulations of data in the absurd global warming debate. Americans receive a daily barrage from the fake news media and climate “experts” reporting that each and every day, week, month or year is the hottest on record due to global warming. On Feb. 7, several major newspapers carried stories of the declaration by NASA and NOAA that the past five years have been the warmest...

Census: Highest immigrant population in 100 years, over half Latinos

February 20 - America’s foreign-born population has reached its highest level in over 100 years, driven by immigrants from Latin America, according to new Census Bureau data. What’s more, the Pew Research Center has found that most Latinos feel the percentage of foreigners in the United States is just about right, though 14 percent said America needs more. The analysis from Pew showed that the last 50 years have seen the biggest surge in immigration into the U.S. since before the Civil War.

On YouTube, a network of pedophiles is hiding in plain sight

February 20 - Videos of children showing their exposed buttocks, underwear and genitals are racking up millions of views on YouTube – with the site displaying advertising from major cosmetics and car brands alongside the content. Comments beneath scores of videos appear to show pedophiles sharing timestamps for parts of the videos where exposed genitals can be seen, or when a child does the splits or lifts up their top to show their nipples. Some of the children in the videos...

Google says the built-in microphone it never told Nest users about was 'never supposed to be a secret'

February 19 - In early February, Google announced that its home security and alarm system Nest Secure would be getting an update. Users, the company said, could now enable its virtual-assistant technology, Google Assistant. The problem: Nest users didn't know a microphone existed on their security device to begin with. The existence of a microphone on the Nest Guard, which is the alarm, keypad, and motion-sensor component in the Nest Secure offering, was never disclosed...

[Sweet Diversity] Mother, 32, is killed and her husband and six children are injured when an angry driver 'repeatedly plows into a family of eight outside a 7-Eleven after he'd been asked to stop blowing smoke at them'

February 20 - An enraged driver has been accused of intentionally plowing his car into a family of eight, killing a 32-year-old mother and injuring a father and their six children. Police believe an argument between the driver, identified as 35-year-old Jason Mendez, and the family may have sparked the Wednesday afternoon attack at a 7-Eleven store in Haverstraw, New York. Witnesses reported that the father-of-six had asked Mendez not to blow smoke in the direction of his children.

In six months, abuse allegations against over 2,600 priests and church workers have been revealed

February 21 - In the past six months, authorities and Catholic Church dioceses across the U.S. have said that credible accusations of abuse have been made against more than 2,600 priests and other church employees over a span of several decades, according to a CBS News tally. The number includes sexual abuse accusations made against 301 priests over 70 years that a Pennsylvania grand jury revealed last summer. Since then, individual dioceses and archdioceses across the country...

Airplane seat cameras could be your new spy in the sky

February 19 - If Elon Musk is to be believed, the future of air travel involves superfast flights on Big F--king Rockets, taking us from London to Tokyo in 37 minutes of chrome-clad comfort. But we are disgusting monsters and that is not the future we deserve. In our timeline, the aircraft of the future will be a flying nightmare tube, full of belching human meat sacks crammed cheek by jowl into rows of seats that record our every movement. At least that's the future that one Singapore Airlines...

100 Percent of Oat Products Tested Positive for Glyphosate

February 19 - Oat-based foods, such as oatmeal, cereals and bread, are considered by many to be a healthy dietary addition, but if you eat such foods know that you’re probably getting herbicide residues along with them. In testing done by Friends of the Earth (FOE), 100 percent of oat cereal samples tested positive for residues of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide. While there are multiple reasons to reconsider the health value of oats, including their lectin content...

February 14, 2019

Los Angeles: Companies Must Disclose NRA Ties for City Contracts

February 13 - On Tuesday the Los Angeles City Council voted to require companies to disclose National Rifle Association (NRA) ties in order to be eligible for city contracts. The council’s vote was 14-0. The Los Angeles Times reports that the new ordinance means contractors that wish to work with the city must not only release their ties but any ties “their subsidiaries have with the NRA” as well. The ordinance requiring companies to reveal NRA ties was sponsored by Councilman Mitch O’Farrell...

Hollywood Rallies Around Ilhan Omar

February 14 - Hollywood celebrities concerned about bigotry in America made one big exception this week to defend Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) after she was accused of anti-Semitism for remarks she made about the pro-Israel American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). “It’s all about the Benjamins baby,” Rep. Ilhan Omar said in a social media post about GOP Rep. Kevin McCarthy defending Israel. She then insinuated that AIPAC was paying American politicians to be pro-Israel.

Illegal Alien Confesses to Murdering Woman, Dumping Body Alongside Road in Suitcase

February 14 - A man in the U.S. illegally has confessed to murdering a New York woman whose body was found in a suitcase along a stretch of highway in Connecticut last month. For weeks, detectives pored over a deluge of clues which ultimately led them, on Monday night, to the Queens residence of Javier DaSilva, a Venezuelan national who was a former boyfriend of 24-year-old victim Valerie Reyes. According to police, DaSilva “admitted a role” in the murder of Reyes. A federal complaint states...

Blue 'Mexican Oxy' Pills Devastating US Southwest

February 14 - Aaron Francisco Chavez swallowed at least one of the sky blue pills at a Halloween party before falling asleep forever. He became yet another victim killed by a flood of illicit fentanyl smuggled from Mexico into the Southwest — a profitable new business for drug gangs that has pushed the synthetic opioid to the top spot for fatal U.S. overdoses. Three others at the party in Tucson also took the pills nicknamed "Mexican oxy" and police flagged down by partygoers saved them...

UK: Fatal Stabbings at Highest Level For 70 Years As Police Investigate Mean Tweets

February 8 - Fatal stabbings in England and Wales are at the highest level in over 70 years as police waste resources on investigating tweets deemed offensive to transgender people. According to BBC News; “The number of fatal stabbings in England and Wales last year was the highest since records began in 1946, official figures show. There were 285 killings by a knife or sharp instrument in the 12 months ending March 2018, Office for National Statistics analysis shows.”

Migrant and Muslim populations skyrocket to record heights in German prisons

February 9 - More and more foreign nationals are sitting in German prisons nationwide according to a survey by “Rheinische Post”. In two states, every other person is a foreign national. In North-Rhine-Westphalia, prisoners came from 113 nations, 42 were stateless and 108 were from unknown origins. The most strongly represented countries are lead by Turkey and followed in order by Morocco, Poland and Romania. The Islamic prison population has also strongly increased...

Rats, Public Defecation And Open Drug Use: Our Major Western Cities Are Becoming Uninhabitable Hellholes

February 12 - Almost everyone that goes out to visit one of our major cities on the west coast has a similar reaction. Those that must live among the escalating decay are often numb to it, but most of those that are just in town for a visit are absolutely shocked by all of the trash, human defecation, crime and public drug use that they encounter. Once upon a time, our beautiful western cities were the envy of the rest of the world, but now they serve as shining examples of America’s accelerating decline.

70 Percent of School District’s Newest Students Are Aliens, legal status unknown

February 12 - Seven of 10 new students in a Baltimore-Washington area school district are aliens, their legal status unknown and their second language English, according to a series of new media reports about the impact of surging alien entry on local communities. A recent Baltimore Sun report said that of the 5,000 new students jamming Baltimore County schools in the past five years, 3,500 are “recent entries or children whose family speak another language.” That has helped to double...

Ohio reintroduces 'heartbeat' abortion bill as new governor vows to sign it into law

February 14 - When Ohio legislators in December passed the heartbeat bill, which would make abortions illegal once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, former Gov. John Kasich refused to sign it into law. But state legislators -- who came one vote short of overriding Kasich's veto -- are giving new life to the bill, which is expected to pass in March. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, a pro-life Republican, has already vowed he will "absolutely" sign the controversial legislation. The bill is being introduced...

Face tattoos: a trend that is here to stay?

February 14 - Face tattoos, once limited to only a very small group of people, have gained new popularity thanks to today's rappers -- but some artists are reluctant to make such a permanent change to a client's appearance. In New York's East Village, some of the would-be customers entering tattoo parlors are still teenagers -- some of them have never even had any body art, but nevertheless want to indelibly inscribe something on their face. "Of late, it has become a very big trend because...

Microsoft Wants To Pick The News You Read

February 12 - Controlling what news voters do and do not receive has become a big focus in the digital age. Mainstream media giants and establishment political operatives alike have long fought to stigmatize, discredit, and censor any news that doesn’t fit their agendas. Now a familiar player is getting into the censorship game: Microsoft just announced that the tech giant’s Edge web browser will feature a “NewsGuard” plugin that will display a big red exclamation mark...

Smoking cannabis in your teens IS linked to depression in later life

February 13 - Smoking cannabis in your teenage years raises the risk of depression and suicide in later life, a landmark new study has found. Researchers from the US and UK have revealed the drug could impair a child's brain to the extent it triggers mental health disorders later in life. In the largest research of its kind, experts from Oxford University and McGill University estimated that over half a million adults in the UK and US could be saved from mental health disorders by avoiding the drug as a teenager.

Governor REFUSES to hand back funds for canceled high-speed rail project

February 14 - California's Governor has refused to return $3.5billion in federal funding for a struggling high-speed rail project after Donald Trump told him: 'We want that money back'. Gavin Newsom hit back at the President after abandoning a $77billion plan for a high-speed rail line between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Trump called the project a 'disaster' and demanded the money back but Newsom said it was 'California's money', taking a dig at the President by suggesting he was desperate...

Couple Barred from Foster Parenting Because They Won't Deny the Bible

February 6 - A human rights law firm in Canada is accusing a government adoption agency of discriminating against a Christian couple who wanted to become foster parents. During an interview at the adoption agency, a social worker asked the couple questions regarding their religious beliefs, including whether his church "still believes in some of the more outdated parts of the Bible," according to a press release from the Justice Centre of Constitutional Freedoms.

UK Mom Arrested for Calling Transgender Activist a Man

February 11 - UK officials arrested a woman after she called a transgender activist a biological man on Twitter. The Daily Mail reports that three officers showed up to the home of Kate Scottow in Hitchin, Hertfordshire and arrested her in front of her children on Dec. 1. The 38-year-old was reportedly detained for several hours, processed, and is currently under investigation. Scottow was arrested after Stephanie Hayden, a biological man who identifies as a woman, told police...

Yale University Automatically Enrolls Students in Insurance That Covers Abortions

February 12 - Students at the third oldest university in the country are participating in abortion insurance coverage without even knowing it. Every student at Yale University is automatically enrolled in the school's student health insurance policy, and that policy covers elective abortions, according to The College Fix. Students cannot opt out of it even if they are opposed to the policy. The word "abortion" appears nowhere in the student handbook, according to The Fix website.

February 7, 2019

Vermont 'right to abortion' bill goes even further than New York's: 'Fetus shall not have independent rights'

February 6 - Vermont lawmakers are pushing for a bill that would make abortion a constitutional right in the state, going way beyond the law that New York recently passed. Vermont's law, critics say, strips away any and all rights of the fetus and makes abortion-on-demand for any reason. The right to abortion bill, which has 91 co-sponsors, goes beyond the scope of Roe vs. Wade, which protects a fetus that can survive outside the mother's womb. In Vermont, an abortion could be performed up until...

San Francisco’s Drug Addicts Now Outnumber High School Students

February 7 - San Francisco’s drug addicts now outnumber high school students as it was revealed that the city handed out a record 5.8 million free syringes last year – about 500,000 more than in 2017. Despite spending an extra $1.8 million dollars last year in an effort to retrieve used needles, the government handed out about 2 million more syringes than it got back. San Francisco’s junkie population – many of whom live on the streets and use sidewalks as outdoor toilets – now stands at 24,500...

Aborted Baby Parts Are Being Grafted On To Mice In Bizarre Scientific Experiments – And The U.S. Government Is Paying For It!

February 7 - Is it okay for the U.S. government to pay for scientific experiments involving bizarre mouse/human hybrid creatures that were created by grafting aborted baby parts on to mice? Needless to say, the answer to that question is self-evident. Our tax dollars are being used to fund experiments that are so sickening that it is difficult to find words to describe how evil they are. What you are about to read is deeply unsettling, but we must get the word out about this, because most...

[Sweet Diversity] Illegal alien, 30, killed his German girlfriend, 17, ‘because she refused to convert to Islam’ after lying about being a CHILD to slip into country

February 6 - An illegal alien, 30, has received life imprisonment for killing his 17-year-old German girlfriend “because she refused to convert to Islam”. Identified as Ahmad S. due to privacy reasons, the Afghan was found guilty of murder by the district court of Flensburg in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The man turned out to be 11 years older than he claimed during his trial. His ex, identified only by her first name Mireille, was stabbed 14 times in her flat, after she ended their relationship.

“Sharia Police”: Muslims Patrolling Brooklyn in Vehicles Almost Identical to NYPD

February 5 - Muslims in NYC are carrying out “community patrols” in Brooklyn while driving cars that look almost identical to NYPD vehicles, leading some to describe the situation as “Sharia Police”. The New York Times wrote a lengthy, glowing piece about the patrols, with one hijab-wearing Muslim woman commenting that they made her feel safe from harassment. “With everything going on, you sort of feel like the whole world is against Muslims,” she said. “So it feels good to know that there is someone there...

Ann Coulter to Trump: ‘If You Don’t Build A Wall & Deport Illegals, We’ll Be A Socialist Country in About 5 Years’

February 6 - On Tuesday night, Ann Coulter responded to President Donald Trump’s claim that “America will never be a socialist country” by saying we’ve got “about 5 years” if he doesn’t “build a wall and deport illegals.” Trump went off-script during his speech to say he wants legal aliens to come in “in the largest numbers ever.” It’s not clear if that was just hyperbole, or if he’s officially going back on everything he ran on but we’ll find out soon how serious he is about securing the border based...

Incidents of marijuana poisoning more than triple in Quebec since legalization

February 7 - Incidents of cannabis poisoning in the Canadian province of Quebec have more than tripled since marijuana was legalized for recreational use, according to the local poison center, who have filed a report with the public health department. The group has announced 89 recorded cases of marijuana poisoning between October and December of 2018, compared to 25 cases in the same time frame the previous year, according to CBC. The symptoms of marijuana poisoning...

Welcome to California, land of 1,000 laws — and that’s just this year

February 6 - I’ve lived in California almost my entire life. And if there’s one thing you can count on in this glorious state, it’s the ability of the people to join together to overcome adversity in pursuit of the common good. But that healthy sense of community and solidarity too often is hijacked by a legislature hell bent on pushing a steady stream of legislation designed to take the bread from our mouths and money from our pockets in pursuit of some grand democrat and progressive utopia...

Apple Gives Deep State Access To Roger Stone’s iCloud Account, After Refusing To Violate Privacy of San Bernardino Terrorists

February 6 - Three years after Apple refused to give the federal government access to the devices used by the San Bernadino terrorists who killed and injured dozens in a mass shooting event, the company has given the office of the Special Counsel complete access to Trump advisor Roger Stone’s iCloud account, reports Apple Insider. According to the Washington Post, Apple objected to giving the federal government backdoor access to the shooters iPhones, claiming it would “set a dangerous precedent.”

NYTimes Stealth Edits ‘Dark Makeup’ Headline on Mark Herring Blackface Scandal

February 6 - The New York Times stealth edited its headline of its report on Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring (D) admitting to wearing blackface at a college party, switching its description of him dressing in “dark makeup” to wearing “blackface.” In a statement Wednesday, Herring confirmed he donned brown makeup and a wig as part of his costume to resemble rapper Kurtis Blow while studying at the University of Virginia. The developing comes as two of Virginia’s top lawmakers...

Instagram Purges Photo of Elizabeth Warren Claiming ‘American Indian’ Race on Professional Document

February 6 - Facebook’s photo-sharing platform Instagram recently deleted a post of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Texas Bar registration form on which she states that she is an “American Indian.” The Platform called a photo of Warren’s registration “harassment or bullying.” GOP national spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany took to Twitter recently to call out another social media platform — Facebook’s photo-sharing website Instagram. In her Twitter post, McEnany claims that Instagram deleted...

Washington Post Deliberately Buried Its Own Elizabeth Warren Bombshell

February 6 - The far-left Washington Post did its best to deliberately bury its own bombshell report damaging to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). For years, Warren’s denied she ever used her phony claim of American Indian ancestry as a means to advance her academic or legal career. But on Monday, the Post published a copy of Warren’s Texas Bar registration card from April of 1986, and on it, she clearly (and falsely) identifies herself as an “American Indian.”

Hey Commander! Start Commanding!

February 6 - It’s great that members of Congress have located specific legislative language permitting the president to build a border wall, but I’m wondering: Has anybody read the Constitution? It says: “The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States.” “(The president) shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.” With millions of foreigners illegally...

Sweden Admits It Cannot Control Its Own Borders

February 7 - The chief of Sweden’s National Border Police has sounded the alarm on the ability of his force to do its job — even to the low standard required by the European Union under its Schengen zone open borders agreement. Former Europol top cop and Swedish police superintendent Patrik Engström [pictured above, left] made the warning when he said the Border Police that he commands did not have enough resources to adequately patrol the 102 border crossings and ports nationwide.

January 31, 2019

House passes bill granting 2.6 percent pay raise to federal workers

January 30 - The House passed legislation Wednesday to provide a pay raise for federal government workers, nearly a week after the end of the longest government shutdown in history. The Federal Civilian Workforce Pay Raise Fairness Act, which would provide a 2.6 percent pay increase for federal government workers, was approved in the House by a vote of 259-161. Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., introduced the bill, which would provide government employees with a pay increase equal to a raise...

ICE captures 8 after setting up phony college for immigration sting

January 31 - U.S. immigration officials arrested several people and charged them in federal court this week, after authorities created a phony college in Michigan in an elaborate setup to draw them out. The bogus college was called the University of Farmington. On its website, it says the campus began in the 1950s to help returning soldiers from World War II obtain degrees. The goal, the Department of Homeland Security said, was to attract foreign students attempting to stay in the United States...

Colorado Dems Pass Bill To Eliminate Electoral College

January 30 - Colorado’s Senate has passed a bill that would cast its electoral college votes to the presidential winner of the popular vote. The bill, introduced by state Sen. Mike Foote, would have Colorado join 11 other states and Washington D.C. in what’s called the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, which would mandate Colorado Electors to give up their vote to the winner of the national popular vote rather than the winner of their state.

US Intelligence Warns Iran Could Soon Attack Israel

January 30 - America's top intelligence officials are warning that Iran could soon launch a major conventional attack against Israel if the Jewish state continues to attack its military assets in Syria. US President Donald Trump's director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, told a congressional hearing on Tuesday that while "Iran seeks to avoid a major armed conflict with Israel...Israeli strikes that result in Iranian casualties increase the likelihood of Iranian conventional retaliation...

Virginia's Democrat Governor Accused of Supporting 'Infanticide', Would Let Babies Die Right After They're Born

January 30 - Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) stunned many people on Wednesday by saying some babies should be allowed to die right after they're born. The news came soon after a Democrat bill was blocked in the Virginia House of Delegates that would have allowed babies to be aborted up until the last second, even while the mother is in delivery. Northam, who was a pediatric neurologist before being elected Virginia's governor in 2018, made the comment during an interview with Washington, DC...

Disney Will Host its First Ever Homosexual Pride Parade

January 31 - Disney is bringing homosexual pride to one of its theme parks for the first time in its history. The event is called "Magical Pride" and will take place on June 1, 2019, at Disneyland Paris. Queerty reports Disney will be sponsoring its very own homosexual diversity parade, complete with photo opportunities and musical performances. "Celebrating diversity at the place where dreams come true, Magical Pride warmly welcomes anyone and everyone to come and party...

Sarah Sanders: I Think God Wanted Donald Trump To Be President

January 30 - White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said that she thought God wanted Donald Trump to be president of the United States. “I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times and I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president,” she said in an interview with Christian Broadcasting Network. “And that’s why he’s there and I think he has done a tremendous job in supporting a lot of the things that people of faith really care about.”

Three Migrant Caravans Headed to U.S., One with 12,000

January 30 - There are three migrant caravans headed to the United States’ southern border with Mexico, according to top Pentagon official John Rood. Rood testified to the House Armed Services Committee on Tuesday that one of the caravans contains over 12,000 migrants. “Current information shows that a caravan of over 12,000 people — there’s three that we are tracking, that the DHS is tracking en route, one that is over 12,000 by the latest estimate,” said Rood, who is the under secretary of Defense for policy.

Illegal Alien Officially Charged with Murdering Four Americans in Nevada

January 30 - An illegal alien from El Salvador has been officially charged with murdering four Americans, including an elderly couple, in South Reno and Gardnerville, Nevada. Wilbur Ernesto Martinez-Guzman, a 19-year-old illegal alien, was arrested last week after suspected him of murdering 56-year-old Connie Koontz, 74-year-old Sophia Renken, 81-year-old Gerald David and his 80-year-old wife, Sharon David between January 10 and 15. Now, prosecutors in Washoe County...

Europe to bypass US sanctions on Iran with new trade mechanism

January 31 - Germany, France and Britain have officially set up a European mechanism to facilitate non-dollar trade with Iran and circumvent US sanctions, two diplomats said on Thursday. The EU has been preparing the system, in effect a clearing house that avoids monetary transfers in dollars between the EU and Iran, for months although it is unlikely to become operational for several months due to technical details. German broadcaster NDR reported...