Your Jewish News – by Anika Rao
Three Israelis were arrested and will be charged with selling illegal drugs after allegedly importing hashish, Israel Police said.
The three suspects were accused of smuggling four kilograms or nine pounds of Moroccan hashish hidden in a suitcase. Continue reading
Excerpted from Politico: Secretary of State John Kerry delivered a knife to the heart of CNN during Saturday night’s address at the annual Gridiron Club dinner, the white-tie-and-tails event hosted by Washington’s most prestigious press group.
During a humorous and well-received speech, Kerry, the evening’s headliner, said that CNN’s John King had asked if the former Massachusetts Senator was considering another presidential bid in 2016. Continue reading
The Common Sense Show – by Dave Hodges
America is busy fighting in Afghanistan and occupying Iraq. Crimea, a part of Ukraine, has been illegally seized by Russia. Obama has tried to engage Syria and Iran in a war in order to preserve the Petrodollar, but was outmaneuvered by Putin. To the average sheeple, the world is just one nasty conflict after another. To the rare American who has any knowledge of current events and can read a map, everything that is happening makes perfect sense. Continue reading
San Diego 6 The CW
SAN DIEGO (CNS) – A man surrendered peacefully Sunday evening after a six-hour standoff with authorities at the gated FBI office in Sorrento Valley.
An FBI spokesman identified the man as William Durant, 36, of Lakeside and said he faces several charges including trespassing. Continue reading
The Economic Collapse – by Michael Snyder
If the U.S. economy is getting better, then why are major retail chains closing thousands of stores? If we truly are in an “economic recovery”, then why do sales figures continue to go down for large retailers all over the country? Without a doubt, the rise of Internet retailing giants such as Amazon.com have had a huge impact. Today, there are millions of Americans that actually prefer to shop online. Personally, when I published my novel I made it solely available on Amazon. But Internet shopping alone does not account for the great retail apocalypse that we are witnessing. In fact, some retail experts estimate that the Internet has accounted for only about 20 percent of the decline that we are seeing. Most of the rest of it can be accounted for by the slow, steady death of the middle class U.S. consumer. Median household income has declined for five years in a row, but all of our bills just keep going up. That means that the amount of disposable income that average Americans have continues to shrink, and that is really bad news for retailers. Continue reading
All Gov – by Steve Straehley
A study by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) associates a 5.7-magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma—the most powerful in the state’s history—with the practice of injecting wastewater from fracking into the earth’s crust.
The quake occurred on November 6, 2011, near Prague, Oklahoma. USGS scientists say it may have happened as a result of a 5.0-magnitude foreshock that happened on November 5 near some wastewater injection wells. The 5.0 quake increased stress at the site of the next day’s 5.7 quake. Continue reading
Ben Swann – by Jay Syrmopoulos
Rialto, CA- The Rialto Police Department, over the past year, has been experimenting with equipping body cameras to the 70 officers on its force. The initial results show a promising solution to the excessive use of force by officers.
The police chief in Rialto, Tony Farrar, is on record as stating, “ I think we’ve opened some eyes in the law enforcement world. We’ve shown the potential.”
This potential he speaks of is due to the scientific data that this experiment has yielded over the course of the last year. The body cameras were introduced on officers in February 2012, over the next twelve months total complaints filed against them dropped by a staggering 88%, with use of force by officers dropping by 60%. Continue reading
Who Controls America?
Most U.S. Federal gun control legislation has been written, introduced, and sponsored by Jewish Congressmen and Jewish Senators.
U.S. Federal Gun Control Legislation, 1968 – present
1968: The Gun Control Act of 1968 comes from Congressman Emanuel Celler’sHouse bill H.R.17735. It expands legislation already attempted by the non-Jewish Senator Thomas Dodd. America’s biggest and most far-reaching gun law came from a Jew. Continue reading
“Evidence linking Queen Elizabeth to the deaths of ten children appears to have been destroyed on orders of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby” Kevin Annett said today while discussing his interview with a source at Canadian Primate Fred Hiltz’s office. “My source said Hiltz did as ordered and destroyed the evidence. They said Welby made the call to Hiltz in early 2012 right after he was appointed Archbishop of Canterbury.”
Annett was being drilled by this reporter on why Archbishop Welby, along with Pope Francis, Queen Elizabeth and Jesuit Superior Aldolfo Pachon, have been summoned before a Brussels international court 31 March 2014. They were charged with aiding, abetting and conspiring to conceal evidence of child rape, torture and genocide in international trafficking rings. Continue reading
Daily Mail – by DAMIEN GAYLE
Speculation was growing last night that American mercenaries had been deployed to Donetsk after videos emerged of unidentified armed men in the streets of the eastern Ukrainian city.
At least two videos published on YouTube earlier this week show burly, heavily armed soldiers with no insignia in the city, which has been gripped by pro-Moscow protests. Continue reading
Tech Dirt – by Karl Bode
Peter Maass, who I’ve been fortunate to meet and has had a pretty amazing career as an embedded war journalist, has penned a pretty fantastic read over at Glenn Greenwald’s new The Intercept venture. In it, Maass points out that among the ocean of compelling bits buried in the Snowden documents is this strange little fact: the NSA has an advice columnist who routinely provides NSA employees with office politics and interpersonal advice under the pen name “Zelda.” Her column, titled “Ask Zelda!,” routinely appears for employees with adequate security clearance via the agency’s intranet. Continue reading
World Events and the Bible
(USA Today) – Very low levels of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster likely will reach ocean waters along the U.S. West Coast next month, scientists are reporting.
Current models predict that the radiation will be at extremely low levels that won’t harm humans or the environment, said Ken Buesseler, a chemical oceanographer at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution who presented research on the issue last week. Continue reading
World Events and the Bible
(Guardian) - Europe would face the “great danger of a real shooting conflict” if Russian forces moved beyond Crimea to enter the main part of eastern Ukraine, William Hague has said as he accused Vladimir Putin of a major miscalculation.
As the foreign secretary warned of another “frozen conflict” in Europe, the energy secretary, Ed Davey, said gas prices could increase if the Ukraine crisis escalated into a military conflict. Continue reading
Are drones not scary enough for you yet? How about this? A drone helicopter that spots you and identifies you as an intruder. It tells you to stop and put your hands behind your head. Instead, you keep coming. The drone then shoots you with barbed Taser darts that pump 80,000 volts into you. If you try to get up, it will continue pumping voltage into you until you submit and the authorities arrive. Continue reading
How to Vanish – by Bill Rounds
The NSA can read your emails, listen to your phone calls, see all of your purchases, and look at your library records without a warrant. They so extensively monitor so much electronic activity that there is hardly any aspect of your life that is not databased, archived, and searchable. The continuing release of information about what the NSA is doing and how they do it is making everyday people aware of how their peaceful and lawful activity is being monitored by default. Continue reading
Yahoo News – by DENISE LAVOIE
BOSTON (AP) — The ladies of Wellesley College will still be allowed to plant kisses on passing runners and crowds will still flock to the finish line at the 118th Boston Marathon.
But a year after deadly twin explosions turned the race’s festive final dash into a scene of devastation, police and organizers of the world’s oldest annual marathon find themselves balancing security with its traditionally festive atmosphere. Continue reading