Obama will take executive action on immigration after summer, adviser says

CS Monitor – by Francine Kiefer

President Obama will go ahead with a “very significant” executive action on immigration after the summer – a move that may well trigger impeachment proceedings against him, senior Obama adviser Dan Pfeiffer told reporters at a Monitor breakfast Friday.

“The president acting on immigration reform will certainly up the likelihood that [Republicans] would contemplate impeachment at some point,” said Mr. Pfeiffer, who has been at the Obama White House since its inception. Continue reading

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HOAX confirmed: Michelle Obama ‘GMOs for children’ campaign a parody of modern agricultural politics

MonsantoNatural News – by Mike Adams

The Michelle Obama GMO story that went viral Friday has been confirmed as a hoax, and that means we owe the First Lady an apology for the error in reporting. But there’s an interesting silver lining in all this: the massive public backlash that sprang from the report confirms once and for all just how much the U.S. population is opposed to feeding their children GMOs. Continue reading

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Civilian cost of Ukraine war: hundreds dead, thousands flee


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US provides Israel weapons to kill Palestinians in Gaza

A US-made Apache helicopter shoots a missile over the Gaza Strip.Press TV

The United States exported to Israel a substantial amount of the same types of weapons Israel is using to kill Gazans, a new analysis of US Census Bureau export data reveals.

For example, in 2013, the United States sent Israel at least $196 million in parts for military airplanes and helicopters, a category that includes F-16 fighter jets and Apache helicopters, both of which Israel is currently using to attack Gazan homes, offices and farmland. Between January and May 2014, the United States had already exported $92 million in parts for military airplanes and helicopters.   Continue reading

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Michelle Obama teaming up with Monsanto to promote children’s food

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The popular agriculture company Monsanto is partnering with First Lady Michelle Obama to promote nutritional foods for kids. According to reports from the Associated Press, Monsanto will spend $50 million over five years on a campaign to market ‘healthy’ genetically modified food to children. The agrochemical company will also bring its food offerings for kids in line with the new federal standards for labeling and nutrition.

Obama announced her intentions in front of crates of fresh produce on Thursday. “When I see a company like Monsanto launch an initiative like this, I feel more hopeful than ever before,” said the First Lady. “We can improve how we make and sell food in this country.”   Continue reading

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Tyrannical Michigan Ag Agency Forces Co-op to Destroy Nutrient Dense Foods

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Being a former WAPf chapter leader I realize the value of nutrient dense foods. The work that a farmer puts into raising these healthy foods is truly a labor of love. Many people have a dire need for these foods, mostly for medical reasons. One could almost write a book with all the ‘anecdotal’ evidence you witness as WAPF chapter leader. These consumers sometimes go two hours or more out of their way for these life giving foods. In some areas of the country Co-ops have been organized to get the owners foods closer to home. Sounds great, right? Continue reading

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River In China Mysteriously Turns Bloody Red Overnight

Yahoo News – by Yazhou Sun

A waterway in eastern China has mysteriously turned a blood red color.

Residents in Zhejiang province said the river looked normal at 5 a.m. Beijing time on Thursday morning. Within an hour, the entire river turned crimson. Residents also said a strange smell wafted through the air.   Continue reading

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The Word From the Trenches – July 25, 2014

Obama administration to go down to Honduras to get more illegals with refugee status, Joe Biden’s son’s company involved in shoot down of MH-17, The Tactical Report, illegals miss first hearing, MS-13 gang member illegals kill homeless man.

We will post the broadcast as soon as Spike gets it archived.

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The Unsustainable Absurdity of the Average American Diet

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Have you ever thought about how wildly unrealistic and unsustainable our current diets are?  Items that don’t grow within the same season are commonly consumed together. Things that don’t grow on the same continent are combined into all sorts of meals.  We eat blueberries in December and drink pumpkin spice lattes in the summer.  We eat tropical fruit with Midwestern grains.  Without the transportation system, there would be absolutely no rhyme or reason to our “normal” diets.   Continue reading

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Troop leader: Customs and Border agent held Boy Scout at gunpoint

boy-scouts-logo-cropped.jpgFox News – by Todd Starnes

A Boy Scout troop from the nation’s heartland is demanding answers and a U.S. senator is expressing outrage after a group of scouts was detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents, with one child allegedly held at gunpoint.

Jim Fox, the leader of the Mid-Iowa Boy Scout Troop 111, said the incident occurred earlier this month at a checkpoint along the Alaska – Canada border. The scouts and their leaders were on a 21-day trek from Iowa to Alaska – a trip that had been three years in the planning.   Continue reading

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Pushy Crown Heights Sign Urges You To “Please Dress Modestly”

072514sign.jpgGothamist- by Lauren Evans

It’s summer, and you know what that means: Short-shorts, bare midriffs, unseemly amounts of wicked skin positively everywhere. Well, some residents of Crown Heights are so scandalized by your vile body they’ve gone ahead and printed some signs, demanding “residents, guests and visitors” cover up. Or else?

The backdrop of the sign depicts what appears to be a lovely spring day—the grass looks inviting and soft, the sky is blue and filled with fluffy clouds. Somewhere out of frame, Thong Guy is surely gearing up for a relaxing afternoon. And that’s exactly what the sign’s creators don’t want.   Continue reading

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Israel rejects ceasefire plan, source says as death toll nears 850

A Palestinian stone-thrower kicks a tyre set ablaze during clashes with Israeli police in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Wadi al-Joz during a protest against the Israeli offensive on Gaza July 25, 2014. REUTERS-Ammar AwadReuters – by NIDAL AL-MUGHRABI AND CRISPIAN BALMER

Israel rejected on Friday international proposals for a ceasefire in its fight against Islamist militants in Gaza, but is discussing changes to the truce plan with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, a government source said.

Mediators hope that a truce could come into force ahead of a Muslim festival that starts early next week, but they have struggled to resolve seemingly irreconcilable demands from Israeland Hamas-led fighters, locked in conflict since July 8.   Continue reading

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Concealed Carrier Captures FIVE Suspects Fleeing Police

Guns Save Lives – by Dan Cannon

SOLON, IOWA – This is only the 6th defensive gun use we’ve documented in the state Iowa, and it just so happens to be a 5 for 1 deal.

It all started when police tried to stop a vehicle that matched a description from a “shots fired” call. The vehicle decided not to stop and lead officers on a long chase.   Continue reading

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Black box found at Air Algerie wreckage site

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PARIS (AP) — French soldiers recovered a black box from the Air Algerie wreckage site in a desolate region of restive northern Mali on Friday, officials said. Terrorism hasn’t been ruled out as a cause, although officials say the most likely reason for the catastrophe that killed all 118 people onboard is bad weather.

More than 200 troops are guarding the site before French accident and criminal investigators arrive Saturday, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said. The debris field is in a concentrated area in the Gossi region of the northwestern African country near the border with Burkina Faso “in a zone of savannah and sand with very difficult access, especially in this rainy season,” Fabius said at a news conference in Paris with the defense and transport ministers.   Continue reading

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Chicago gun violence may cost ‘Rahmbo’ his job

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel (AFP Photo / Mandel Ngan)RT

A particularly violent July in Chicago – following years of staggeringly-high numbers of homicides in the city – has drawn attention to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s re-election campaign, raising questions about his chances of surviving a challenge in 2015.

Polls out this month show “Rahmbo,” the famously audacious former congressman and chief of staff for President Obama, significantly lagging behind potential challengers to his seat in November 2015.   Continue reading

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Fukushima lessons: US nuclear plants ‘must be better equipped for offsite disasters’

The Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon, Vermont. (Reuters / Brian Snyder)RT

US nuclear plants must be better prepared in case of emergencies, especially those connected with natural disasters, says a new nuclear report, adding that such a nuclear tragedy as the Fukushima disaster should be a lesson for the country’s plants.

The nuclear industry in the US “should access their preparedness for severe nuclear accidents associated with offsite-scale disasters,”says the new report dubbed “Lessons Learned from the Fukushima Nuclear Accident for Improving Safety of US Nuclear Plants.”   Continue reading

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Taiwan plane survivor crawls out, phones dad

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XIXI, Taiwan (AP) — The 10 survivors of Taiwan’s worst air disaster in more than a decade include a 34-year-old woman who called her father after scrambling from the wreckage and seeking help at a nearby home.

Hung Yu-ting escaped through a hole in the fuselage that opened up after the plane plowed into homes Wednesday while attempting to land on the outlying resort island of Penghu, killing 48 people. She used the phone at the nearby house to call her father.   Continue reading

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Man, 80, says he shot burglar after pregnancy plea

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LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Police planned Friday to give prosecutors the results of their investigation into an 80-year-old man’s fatal shooting of one of two burglars who attacked him when he found them ransacking his home.

Tom Greer, whose collarbone was broken in the assault, told a television station he fired even though the female burglar told him not to shoot because she was pregnant. The woman’s alleged accomplice was being held for investigation of murder and police said Thursday they had yet to decide whether to recommend any charges be brought against the octogenarian homeowner.   Continue reading

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Massachusetts Police Chiefs Say They Should Have Sole Discretion to Determine Who Owns a Rifle

Massachusetts flagGuns Save Lives – by Dan Cannon

Last month, a bill was introduced in Massachusetts that, among other gun control provisions, would give local police chiefs an enormous amount of power to determine who in their jurisdiction could own a long gun (rifle or shotgun).

The bill originated in the state House, but fortunately, the state Senate, in a moment of semi-clarity, gutted that provision from the bill.

The bill is currently being hashed out between the Senate and House to determine which version will ultimately get passed. In the meantime, MA police chiefs (who are apparently terrible), are speaking out in favor of the provision that would allow them to control long gun ownership.   Continue reading

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