May 22 - Police in Sweden are telling women to “not go
out late” to avoid being raped in a damning indictment of how
the country is putting their own citizens at risk in favor of
pursuing mass migration policies. After two attempted rapes
over the weekend in Östersund, Police investigator Suss
told Swedish radio that women should be vigilant and
“preferably do not go (out) late.” The advice bears
similarities to that
voiced by Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker...
May 22 - An Illinois valedictorian may pursue legal
action against his high school after he says administrators
told him to remove references to his Christian faith from his
graduation speech. In his speech, Sam Blackledge's wrote, "The
most important thing in your life is to find… intimacy with
God. As you search for goodness, justice, love, and
forgiveness, know that only God is big enough to provide that
for you." The valedictorian at West Prairie High School in
May 22 - Georgetown University students who recently
held a community dialogue event on a new proposal to arm
campus police told their white peers that they weren’t
permitted to attend. The event, which was
highlighted by Robby Soave at Reason Magazine, took place
at the end of April and was hosted by the student group,
Georgetown United Against Police Aggression. The event’s
description on Facebook explicitly stated that white
students would not be permitted to attend...
May 22 - In recent weeks, the Boy Scouts of America
the organization would admit girls to take part in its
programs. And now, Charisma News
reports that condoms will be made available for its 2019
Jamboree in West Virginia and alcohol permitted in some
areas. The theme for next summer’s Jamboree is “Unlock a New
World” and will celebrate “cultural exchange, mutual
understanding, peace, and friendship,” Charisma News reported.
May 21 - The signs of a graduation party are still left
around the house of the Koscinski family. Jacob graduated
Saturday with the highest honors from a Christian-based
home-schooling program. So, his mom ordered a cake. "He did
not know we were getting a cake because he's not a big cake
eater. So we were all standing there waiting to see it and
when we opened it, it was a huge shock to all of us," said
Cara Koscinski. She explained how she ordered the 3/4 inch
sheet cake online through Publix.
May 22 - Scientists have identified the mechanism that
allows breast cancer cells to lie dormant in other parts of
the body only to re-emerge years later with lethal force,
according to a study published Tuesday. In experiments with
human cells and live mice, researchers showed that disabling
the mechanism -- with drugs or gene manipulation -- crippled
the cancer cells and inhibited their capacity to spread. The
discovery, reported in the journal Nature Communications,
provides a promising target...
May 22 - A bill helping people with deadly diseases try
experimental treatments sailed through Congress on Tuesday, a
victory for President Donald Trump and foes of regulation and
a defeat for patients' groups and Democrats who argued that
the measure was dangerous and dangled false hope. After an
emotional debate, the House gave the legislation final
congressional approval by a largely party-line vote of
250-169, nine months after it passed the Senate. Republicans
argued that the measure...
May 23 - A U.S. judge on Tuesday ruled that federal law
protects a transgender student who fought all the way to the
Supreme Court for the right to use a bathroom at a high school
in Virginia that corresponded with his gender identity. U.S.
District Judge Arenda Wright Allen in Norfolk rejected a bid
by the Gloucester County School Board to dismiss the civil
rights lawsuit filed by student Gavin Grimm. The judge said
Grimm has valid claims under a federal law...
May 22 - In November 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) approved AquaBounty salmon, a genetically
engineered (GE) “frankenfish” that’s being touted as a way to
solve overfishing and world hunger. The GE salmon are
engineered to grow about twice as fast as typical farm-raised
salmon, an eerie feat achieved by inserting the DNA from two
other fish, a growth-promoting gene from a Chinook salmon and
a “promoter” gene from the eel-like ocean pout. This genetic
May 15 - A
plan for a new social-media network and a search engine to
meet the needs of Christians fed up with censorship by
Facebook, Google and Twitter is attracting members, according
to the founder. People are “signing up fast for USA.Life
social network and 1776Free search engine,” said Steven
Andrew, a Silicon Valley technology expert who founded
USA.Life. “Individuals and businesses want to speak freely
about traditional values, family and the Gospel of Jesus
May 11 - Sanctuary city jurisdictions that harbor and
shield criminal illegal aliens from deportation by federal
immigration officials have nearly doubled since President
Trump took office and began more strictly enforcing
immigration laws. According to a study by the Federation for
American Immigration Reform (FAIR), there are now 564
sanctuary cities across the United States, compared to when
former President Obama was in office, when there were 338
sanctuary cities in 2016.
May 12 - A federal judge released an illegal alien who
has now disappeared after being taken into custody for
allegedly ramming a car into a daycare center, causing serious
injuries to a teacher. Juana Loa-Nunez was
arrested on May 7 after she allegedly crashed her car into
an Indiana church daycare center and then fled the scene, WTHR
Channel 13 reported. One teacher, Jessica Parks, was hit
during the accident and
suffered a broken leg and other injuries.
May 12 - The California Assembly discussed Thursday a
bill that would replace Abraham Lincoln or George Washington’s
birthday with International Socialist Workers’ Day as a paid
holiday. California Democrat Assemblyman
Miguel Santiago introduced
Bill AB-3042, which would allow schools to replace
Washington Day and Lincoln Day with Presidents’ Day and
install an “International Workers’ Day” — conventionally known
as “May Day” — as a second holiday.
May 11 - On Wednesday
we reported on an intense battle playing out between House
Intel Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (D-CA), the Department of
Justice, and the Mueller investigation concerning a cache of
intelligence that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein
refuses to hand over – a request he equated to “extortion.” On
Washington Post reported that Nunes was denied access
to the information on the grounds that it “could risk lives by
potentially exposing the source...
May 16 - YouTube helped a video that depicts people
being massacred go viral, allowing it to be watched by
children, while censoring a video which merely contained
criticism of the original. Childish Gambino’s music video for
This is America brutally shows a man being shot in the
head and a group of gospel singers being massacred with an
AK-47. The video is not age restricted, can be watched by
children and has been placed on YouTube’s curated ‘trending’
page for the last 11 days.
May 16 - Three tourists are the first global cases of a
new strain of 'super-gonorrhoea' which is resistant to
antibiotics, a new report has warned. Two Australians and the
British man picked up the
sexually-transmitted disease while having unprotected sex
in south-east Asia. The Brit's case came to light earlier this
year, when Public Health England confirmed he had been
infected, before later revealing he had been successfully
treated. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and
May 16 - A woman purported to be the oldest living
person ever at 128 says she hasn't lived a single happy day in
her life and her longevity is "a punishment". The Russian
government claims Koku Istambulova is the world's oldest
person. But she has bluntly said her longevity "was God's
will" and she "did nothing to make it happen". While some
people chalk it up to a healthy or active lifestyle, "tired"
Koku said: "I have no idea how I lived until now." Due to turn
129 in two weeks...
May 10 - Hundreds of sex enthusiasts are set to descend
on Las Vegas in a bid to break the record for the world's
ORGY. More than 1,000 people are expected to join in the
"monumental" event in the city in Nevada, US, next month,
organisers say. Participants can either "play" with just their
partner - or with other attendees "providing there is
established mutual consent". Tickets cost $200 (£148) for a
couple and $25 (£18) for a single woman, but "unescorted
men" are banned from the event.
May 10 - About half of all Americans now live under
sanctuary policies that shield illegal aliens from law
enforcement, according to the latest tally of jurisdictions
that the Federation for American Immigration Reform is
releasing Thursday. FAIR calculates there were 564 states and
municipalities that refuse some level of cooperation with
federal immigration authorities as of April 1, up more than
200 since President
Trump took office and up more than 500 compared with a
May 10 - A mother-of-three is fighting for her life
after being horrifically mauled by four savage pit bulls for
40 minutes. Terri Cosby, 54, was jumped by the ferocious dogs
while walking down a street in Oklahoma City on Saturday. The
attack was so brutal she has had to have an arm amputated -
and may also lose a leg. Witnesses called cops after seeing
the dogs 'all over' Cosby, with one - Felix Willis - telling
KFOR they were 'eating the hell out of her'. He added:
'They had her just like lions.
May 9 - A group of fifth grade students from St.
George, South Carolina, were offered a tour this week of the
middle school they will be attending next year. The tour took
an unexpected detour when teachers invited the owner of a gun
armory to show off some rifles. Belinda Guice, who joined her
son on the trip, was outraged when the group of 11-year-olds
were exposed to guns at such a young age. "When we got done
with that show my son said, 'Mom, I need a .22 caliber,'"
Guice told CBS affiliate WCSC-TV.
May 8 - Despite losing more than a half million church
members since 1980, the Episcopal Church in the U.S. has
decided to alienate more. In a move to become even more
"homosexual-friendly," the church is
removing the terms "husband" and "wife" from its marriage
ceremony and replacing it with "the union of two people." The
London Telegraph says it will also replace "the section
which talks about part of God's intention for marriage being
'for the procreation of children' with the phrase...
May 2 - For Second Amendment supporters, Dick’s
Sporting Goods, the Pennsylvania-based retailer, went over to
the dark side with the announcement it would no longer sell
so-called “assault-style” rifles, high-capacity magazines or
any rifles to anyone under 21 years of age following the Feb.
14 shooting at a Parkland, Florida, high school. It was at one
of its 610 stores, Nikolas Cruz, 19, legally purchased one of
his guns, although the weapon was not used when he killed 17
at the school.
May 3 - A majority of voters in 44 states approve of
homosexual marriage, according to a new poll by the nonprofit
Public Religion Research Institute. The
findings, released Tuesday, reveal more than six in 10
respondents support homosexual marriage. Thirty percent of
respondents said they don't approve of homosexual marriage.
Approval of homosexual marriage has grown over the last decade
and has increased substantially since the U.S.
Supreme Court ruled in 2015 that homosexual couples...
May 3 - A woman from Kalmar was gang raped by three
Afghans after a dinner party, Fria Tider reports. The refugees
violently assaulted the woman during a walk. They made fun of
her, raped her and took very disturbing pictures of her during
the attack. In September 2017 the woman, a mother of a
toddler, had a dinner party at her and her husband’s residence
in Kalmar. In the evening she took a walk and when she began
to feel unwell, she rang her husband.
May 2 - 200 African migrants rioted in the German town
of Ellwangen to prevent the deportation of a Congolese man who
was subsequently released as police fled the scene in fear.
The incident began when police arrived at a refugee center and
placed the Congolese man in handcuffs. However, 200 migrants
soon emerged and began surrounding and hitting patrol cars and
threatening violence against the police. “The migrants then
sent a security officer from the refugee home...
May 2 - The Boy Scouts of America announced Wednesday
its plan to remove the word “Boy” from its iconic program.
According Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh, a new campaign
entitled “Scout Me In” aims to push for more inclusiveness in
the organization’s ranks. “As we enter a new era for our
organization, it is important that all youth can see
themselves in Scouting in every way possible,” Saurbaugh said.
As reported by
USA Today, while the umbrella organization Boy Scouts of
May 3 - As Italy struggles to deal with burgeoning
populations of an introduced giant rodent, a mayor has come up
with a novel solution – eat them. Coypu were introduced to
Italy a century ago from their native South America to be
farmed for their fur. But many escaped or were deliberately
released after wearing fur fell out of fashion and the species
is now thriving. They have fared particularly well in the
flatlands of the Po valley in northern Italy, where farmers
complain that they devour crops...
May 2 - Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley
Sector arrested five MS-13 members and other criminal aliens
after they illegally crossed the border from Mexico during the
past week. Agents also arrested a convicted killer and a child
sex offender each with previous deportations. Agents assigned
to the McAllen Station arrested a Salvadoran national who
crossed the border on Tuesday, May 1, near Mission. The agents
conducted a biometric background check on the man...
May 2 - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated recently
that the company plans to “dial up the intensity” of news
suppression leading towards the U.S. midterm elections.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated this week that the social
media firm has plans to further crack down on fake news on the
platform via “suppression” of certain news publications.
BuzzFeed News reports that Zuckerberg revealed that Facebook
has been gathering data on certain publications by asking
April 25 - The mayor of Hoboken, N.J., introduced a
gender-neutral restroom bill Wednesday -- that, if successful,
would make the city the first in the state to establish such a
law for non-government facilities. Mayor Ravinder Bhalla's
effort comes after a number of other U.S. cities and states
have weighed in on the matter over the last two years. If
approved by the city council, the city would require restrooms
to be gender-neutral in time for the LGBT Pride Month in June.
April 25 - The Republican-controlled Tennessee state
Senate on Tuesday passed a bill to build a monument for
“victims of abortion” on Capitol grounds, WREG-TV
reported. The proposal would privately raise money to
build a memorial named “Tennessee Monument to Unborn Children,
In Memory of the Victims of Abortion: Babies, Women, and Men.”
The 23-3 vote on Monday sends the bill back to the state
House, which has already passed the measure once before.
April 26 - University of Utah students on the brink of
tears during finals week have a space to let it all out. The
university's library has a "Cry Closet" now available for
"stressed out students," a statement on the closet's door
reads. "The space is meant to provide a place for students
studying for finals to take a short 10-minute break." And,
there are rules listed: Knock before entering, only one person
inside at a time, limit time inside to 10 minutes and turn the
lights out before leaving.
April 25 - Cheers, Trump haters. A Manhattan judge
ruled Wednesday that there’s nothing “outrageous” about
throwing the president’s supporters out of bars — because the
law doesn’t protect against political discrimination.
Philadelphia accountant Greg Piatek, 31, was bounced from a
West Village watering hole in January 2017, just after Trump
took the oath of office, for wearing a “Make America Great
Again” cap, according to his lawsuit over the incident.
“Anyone who supports Trump...
April 26 - South America has suffered more than 2.5m
murders since the start of this century and is facing an acute
public security crisis that demands urgent and innovative
solutions, a new report warns. “The sheer dimensions of
homicidal violence are breathtaking,” says the report by the
Igarapé Institute, a Brazil-based thinktank focused on
security and development issues. The publication, released on
Thursday, paints a bleak portrait of what it calls the world’s
most homicidal continent.
April 25 - Ford Motor Co. (F)
said Wednesday it will shed most of its North American car
lineup as part of broad plan to save money and make the
company more competitive in a fast-changing marketplace. The
changes include getting rid of all cars in the region during
the next four years except for the Mustang sports car and a
compact Focus crossover vehicle, CEO Jim Hackett said as the
company released first-quarter earnings. The decision, which
Hackett said was due to declining demand...
April 25 - The NYPD and the MTA are searching for the
owner of a dog that was seen on video attacking a woman on the
subway, CBS New York reports. It happened around 3 p.m. Friday
on a train approaching Wall Street. Tahysi Kyng, who recorded
the video, said it began when the dog's owner had the pit bull
sit on the seat next to the woman. "She's like, 'the dog don't
belong on the seat,'" said Kyng. "He's like, 'I'm not moving
my dog.'" "She pushes it like, 'What is this dog doing on the
April 21 - The knife control movement has crossed the
Atlantic. Just days after the mayor of London, where stabbings
have surged in recent years, tweeted that anyone caught with a
knife “will feel the full force of the law,” a Texas mother
who lost her son in a knife attack is taking action. PJ Media
reported Lori Brown said the suspect who allegedly attacked
her son “should have not been allowed to have an illegal knife
on him and use it to murder somebody.” She is lobbying Texas
April 18 - Border Patrol agents arrested a group of
heavily armed Mexican nationals who illegally crossed the
border into southern Arizona. The agents found three Mexican
nationals who were carrying multiple weapons–including
“assault-style firearms.” Tucson Sector agents teamed up with
air support from U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Air and
Marine Operations (CBP-AMO) to locate the group of men after
camera surveillance detected them walking north about 17
April 18 - Immigration enforcement agents tracked and
arrested 225 illegal aliens in New York’s “sanctuary city”
where Democrat politicians are protecting illegals in the huge
cheap-labor workforce which supports the city’s elite finance
statement from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
stated the six-day operation picked up 60 migrants who had
been arrested and then released by the city’s police forces,
despite federal requests to detain them for...
April 18 - Forget the Golden State. California should
be called the Smoggy State. Eight of the USA's 10
most-polluted cities, in terms of ozone pollution, are in
California, according to the
Association's annual "State of the Air" report, released
Wednesday. The Los Angeles/Long Beach area took the dubious
distinction of being the nation's most ozone-polluted city as
it has for nearly the entire 19-year history of the report.
April 17 - Because they are just as fake as each other,
and one was not able to out-fake the other with their
Russia/Trump conspiracy theories, Washington Post and The New
York Times have shared a Pulitzer prize. That is correct, in
what seems more like a participation trophy for attempting to
do journalism, the newspapers were both literally given an
award for reporting something that doesn’t exist. After one
year of investigations into the matter, no evidence has come
April 18 - A new video shows an African American
man walking into Starbucks, dropping the word “racist” and
immediately being given a free coffee. The stunt was in
response to news that Starbucks is set to close 8,000 stores
for an afternoon for race-bias training. Bryan Sharpe, who
goes by “Hotep Jesus” on Twitter, recorded himself walking
into a Starbucks and telling a barista, “I heard ya’ll was
racist, so I came to get my free coffee.” “I heard ya’ll don’t
like African American people...
April 17 - A Washington D.C. council member introduced
legislation last week that will allow 16 and 17-year-olds to
vote in federal and local elections in 2020. The council
member, Charles Allen (D), says he got the idea after watching
the “March For Our Lives” protests. Just as liberals want to
flood the U.S. with illegal aliens who rely on the state
and predominately vote Democrat, they also want to mobilize
the tide pod generation to vote for them.
April 18 - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday used
executive powers to grant all parolees in New York the right
to vote, bypassing the state Legislature on a measure
long-sought by activists. The move makes New York the 15th
state to restore voting rights to people still on parole, the
governor’s office said, and it would impact some 35,000
current parolees. “We’re trying to reintegrate a person into
society,” Mr. Cuomo said at a convention for the Rev. Al
Sharpton’s advocacy group...
April 19 - A condemned home in Northern California —
with holes in the roof and mildew inside — recently sold for
$1.23 million, becoming the latest example of the Bay Area's
tight housing market. The home in Fremont was originally
listed for $1 million but ended up closing at $230,000 over
its asking price, listing agent Larry Gallegos
told KTVU. “We had a couple of offers that were very
close. Actually, my client, when I first met them, wanted a
little bit more than that with the price...
[They can't, it's a myth. Airliner cabins are only
pressurized to 8-12psi. Hardly enough to push (suck)
someone out. Fake News?]
April 19 - The Philadelphia medical examiner said
Jennifer Riordan, who was nearly sucked from a
Southwest Airlines flight mid-air on Tuesday, died from
blunt trauma to the head, neck and torso. But retired United
Airlines captain Ross Aimer told CBSN's Elaine Quijano on
Wednesday that if Riordan hadn't been wearing her seat belt,
it's likely she would have been completely sucked out of the
aircraft. "You have an incredible amount of pressure...
April 16 - Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) says he will not
vote for President Trump's nominee to head the State
Department, singling out the nominee's Christian views on
sexuality. "Do you believe that homosexual sex is a perversion?" That
was the question directed at CIA Director Mike Pompeo last
week during his Senate confirmation hearings to become the
next secretary of state. Then on Facebook, Booker implied that
people with biblical views, like Pompeo, are responsible for