September 28 - Sadiq Khan is hoping to maintain the
number of migrants entering London by implementing new visa
plans for the capital when Brexit is finally put into motion.
The London mayor said a team of business representatives were
"working on a model that will ensure we can carry on
recruiting and attracting talent". When pressed on the issue
of a separate work visa for migrants coming to work in the
capital, Mr Khan said: "In principle I want to make sure that
my job as the mayor means...
September 28 - A New Jersey high school student created
an anti-gun-control video, but instead of getting a good
grade, he got suspended and ordered to undergo a psychological
evaluation, News 12 is
reporting. Frank Harvey says he was assigned the
anti-gun-control project last year, as part of a college
readiness course at Manville High School. Harvey completed the
project over the summer. Unfortunately, he accidentally left
his project on a thumb drive that he left in a computer in the
September 28 - Despite widespread opposition from law
enforcement, Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed a bill that
will allow thousands of felons in county jails to vote in
California elections as part of an effort to speed their
transition back into society. Through a representative, Brown
declined to comment on the bill by Assemblywoman Shirley Weber
(D-San Diego), who said it would reduce the likelihood of
convicts committing new crimes. “Civic participation can be a
critical component of re-entry...
September 28 - Add voter fraud to the list of Arcan
Cetin’s offenses. Cetin, 20, is the Turkish immigrant arrested
Saturday for the Friday night shooting and killing of five
people in a Burlington, Washington, mall. Security camera’s
show Cetin entering the mall briefly without a weapon, leaving
and then returning with a rifle. Cetin fled but was
apprehended 24 hours later. He has reportedly confessed to the
five murders. Now, election officials and Washington Secretary
of State, Kim Wyman, have confirmed that Cetin...
September 28 - The U.S. Congress approved on Wednesday
a stop-gap spending bill that avoids a government shutdown as
well as spends more than a billion dollars to fight Zika. The
passed the bill by a 72-26 vote before it was passed by a
342-85 vote in the House of Representatives. The bill only
funds the federal government through Dec. 9, but before then,
lawmakers are expected to work out a funding bill for 2017.
The vote also allows members of Congress to get back to their
home states for...
September 29 - Check out this short amateur video for a
glimpse of the Western world that leftists are making: block
after block of young male African migrants camped out on
Parisian streets, with not a child or woman among them. It
could be from virtually any third world capital, which is what
Paris is fast becoming — and there may be no turning back
barring literal civil war. Both videos are from this month,
taken at the Stalingrad Paris Metro station, the scene of this
rioting in April of this year.
September 28 - Well-known Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn
is speaking out against a replica of the entrance to the
Temple of Ba'al placed in New York City earlier this month.
"Another harbinger has appeared in the land -- and this one in
New York City,"
Cahn wrote in an article published at
the last days of ancient Israel, warnings, prophetic signs and
harbingers appeared in the land, foreshadowing the judgment to
come. The nation ignored these harbingers and headed to
September 29 - A satanic club will now be an option for
students at a Portland, Oregon, elementary school. On Tuesday,
the Parkrose School District formally approved Satanic
Portland's petition to launch a club at Sacramento Elementary
School. The Satanic Temple has been targeting schools with
Good News Clubs, which are put on by the Child Evangelism
Fellowship, an organization whose purpose is to "evangelize
boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ." One
of the leaders...
September 28 - The latest study finds that children
raised by divorced parents are more likely to be “religiously
unaffiliated” than those raised by married parents, an outcome
that suggests a tie between faith identity and family
permanence. Results of the
study, conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute
(PRRI), are consistent with prior research demonstrating that
the quality of family stability can have an effect on
children’s internalization of religious identity. PRRI finds
that 35 percent of Americans...
September 29 - Four Republican state attorneys general
are suing to stop the Obama administration from transferring
oversight of the internet to an international body, arguing
the transition would violate the U.S. Constitution. The
lawsuit — filed Wednesday in a Texas federal court — threatens
to throw up a new roadblock to one of the White House’s top
tech priorities, just days before the scheduled Oct. 1
transfer of the internet’s address system is set to take
place. In their lawsuit, the attorneys...
September 28 - Facebook revealed that within the last
month it deleted 100,000 posts by German users for containing
“hate”, but Justice Minister Heiko Maas has blasted the figure
as too low. At a conference in Berlin, Maas said that to be
accountable, social networks must publish the number of posts
contested by users. The Justice Minister’s remarks implied
that complainants on social media are valid judges of what
constitutes criminal speech, something usually only determined
by a court.
September 29 - President Barack Obama’s drive to hand
off control of Internet domains to a foreign multi-national
operation will give some very unpleasant regimes equal say
over the future of online speech and commerce. In fact, they
are likely to have much more influence than America, because
they will collectively push hard for a more tightly controlled
Internet, and they are known for aggressively using political
and economic pressure to get what they want. Here’s a look at
some of the regimes that will begin...
September 27 - Just when you thought the takeover of
the global food supply couldn’t get a whole lot worse, it did.
Monsanto recently announced it has accepted Bayer AG’s $56
billion takeover offer (a deal totaling $66 billion if you
take into account Monsanto’s debt), which will make the new
entity the largest seed and pesticide company in the world.
The merger is expected to be finalized by the end of 2017.
Should the deal end up being blocked by regulators, Bayer will
pay Monsanto $2 billion.
September 25 - An estimated 6 million Americans are
vegans, which is typically considered to be a healthy choice.
However, there are drawbacks to strict veganism that need
careful consideration. Mara Kahn, author of "Vegan
Betrayal: Love, Lies, and Hunger in a Plants-Only World,"
delves deep into the history and science of veganism,
revealing many oft-ignored facts about this strictly
plant-based diet. She’s put together a compelling story,
covering her personal journey from being a vegan...
September 13 - The past year, more than one million
immigrants from the third world, almost exclusively younger
men, came to Germany, and the country is currently
experiencing a historic rape wave without its equal, which
many expected would happen. This has led the Germany's Federal
Criminal Police, BKA, to advise German women on how to best
protect themselves against rape. If a woman gets an unsafe
feeling when she encounters a group of men, or perceives that
a situation could pose a risk...
September 13 - White and Christian voters are
abandoning the Democrat Party, according to a remarkable new
analysis of political party demographics. The Pew Research
Center found that there is now a 29-point white gap, the
largest ever between the GOP and Democrats. According to the
new analysis, "non-Hispanic whites make up 57 percent of all
Democrat and Democrat-leaning registered voters, down
significantly from 76 percent in 1992. By contrast, though the
share of GOP voters who are white...
September 14 - Ford announced Wednesday that it will
move its entire small car operation from America to Mexico.
"Over the next two to three years, we will have migrated all
of our small car production to Mexico and out of the United
States," said Ford CEO Mark Fields, during an investor
conference it was hosting in Detroit, Michigan. The move is
likely to set off a firestorm during the U.S. presidential
race, where blue-collar jobs and relations with Mexico are
both highly contentious topics. Lower profit margins...
September 5 - Once again, Mohammed is the most popular
boys name in the United Kingdom for 2016. This has been the
case almost every year since 2009. This shows plainly there is
no “integration” occurring. If you’re born in another country
and you want your child to integrate, you give them a local
name so they’re treated like everyone else. As I said, this is
what they’ll openly tell pollsters they believe. The majority
of Muslims in the UK are Pakistanis and Bangladeshis. In their
own nations, where they feel...
September 14 - The Canadian government has quietly
approved new drug regulations that will permit doctors to
prescribe pharmaceutical-grade heroin to treat severe addicts
who have not responded to more conventional approaches. The
move means that Crosstown, a trail-blazing clinic in
Vancouver, will be able to expand its special
heroin-maintenance program, in which addicts come in as many
as three times a day and receive prescribed injections of
legally obtained heroin from a nurse free.
September 14 - The United States will strive to take in
110,000 refugees from around the world in the coming year, a
senior Obama administration official said Wednesday, in what
would be a nearly 30 percent increase from the 85,000 allowed
in over the previous year. The increase reflects continuing
concern about the refugee crisis stemming from
Syria’s civil war and conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Yet it’s still far short of what advocacy groups say is needed
to address an unprecedented crisis that saw some...
September 14 - Chelsea Manning, a transgender woman and
former Army intelligence analyst, will receive gender
transition surgery. Manning was convicted of stealing and
disseminating 750,000 pages of documents and videos to
WikiLeaks. The former U.S. Army soldier is serving a 35-year
sentence at Fort Leavenworth, an all-male Army prison in
eastern Kansas. Her lawyers said she was denied medical
treatment for her "gender dysphoria." After the government
refused to provide the means...
September 13 - Some tourists in Boothbay, Maine, are
complaining about a large sign by the roadway that declares,
“Black Rifles Matter.” The sign was erected on private
property, where it remains today, and can be seen by drivers
as they pass. According to
NECN, the sign was created by Linc Sample, who says he is
using his First Amendment rights to express his dedication to
his Second Amendment rights. He states that he was ultimately
motivated to put up the sign after the local newspaper ran an
September 13 - Over 15,000 Muslims gathered in the
parking lot of Angel Stadium on Monday morning to celebrate
Eid al-Adha (the “Sacrifice Feast”), the second of two major
Islamic holidays that occurs during the time of the annual
hajj pilgrimage. The hajj is a mandatory religious
pilgrimage for Muslims that must be carried out at least once
in each Muslim’s lifetime. Eid al-Adha is a four-day festival
marking the end of the hajj pilgrimage. “We had two
services, and many people ended up praying outside the
September 13 - The Islamic State commemorated the
Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha this week with a video of
jumpsuit-clad prisoners hung from meat hooks and slaughtered
like cattle. The
UK Daily Mail notes that these scenes of horrifying
slaughter are mixed with “short clips showing actors Simon
Pegg and Tom Cruise in the 2015 movie Mission Impossible:
Rogue Nation.” This was evidently done to make the point
that the victims were spies working for the United States. The
video also includes salutes...
September 14 - A huge group of between 40 and 50
migrants attacked the security at their asylum camp using
fists and stones to beat the guards who were forced to call in
local police to quell the riot. A migrant camp built in an
industrial area of the Eastern German town of Hessisch
Lichtenau was the scene of a massive wave of violence from up
to 50 asylum seekers who turned on the men hired to guard
them. Police were alerted at 10:15pm by the guards who had
reported that the situation had gotten out of their...
September 13 - President Barack Obama intends to veto
bipartisan legislation that would allow the families of 9/11
victims to sue Saudi Arabia, according to the White House. “So
the President feels quite strongly about this. And our concern
is not limited to the impact it could have on a relationship
with one country, but rather it could have an impact on our
relationship with every country around the world in a way that
has negative consequences for the United States, for our
national security, and for our men...
September 14 - One of the biggest bombshells in the
leaked Colin Powell emails is the news that Democrat senator
Sheldon Whitehouse informed a Democrat donor that Hillary’s
health is so bad that she “could barely climb the podium
steps” during an event they both attended. “Sheldon
Whitehouse, who is a huge Clinton supporter, said they were
both giving speeches at the same event a few months back and
she could barely climb the podium steps,” Democrat financier
Jeffery Leeds said in an email discussion with George W.
Bush’s former secretary of state.
September 14 - The European Union needs a military
headquarters to work towards a common military force, the
Commission president has told MEPs in Strasbourg. Jean-Claude
Juncker said the lack of a "permanent structure" resulted in
money being wasted on missions. Part of his annual state of
the union address was devoted to the UK's unexpected vote to
leave the EU. He insisted that the bloc was not at risk and
urged Brexit negotiations to take place as quickly as
August 31 - For 15 years, there’s been a small band of
investigators who have questioned the idea that the Twin
Towers in New York City collapsed because of the intense heat
and fires raging following two terrorist-directed plane
crashes. But they have largely been dismissed as crazy
conspiracy theorists. Now, however,
Europhysics Magazine, the respected publication of the
European physics community, has published a report by four
experts who say “the evidence points overwhelmingly to the
conclusion that all three...
September 13 - The use of biofuels like ethanol in the
U.S. has expanded over the last decade under the assumption
that they're better for the environment than gasoline. A new
study by professor John DeCicco, Ph.D., at the University of
Michigan, and colleagues is the latest to suggest that such
assumptions are categorically false. The research looked into
the notion of whether or not biofuels are carbon neutral as
they're often assumed to be. Carbon neutrality is perceived as
the holy grail of the biofuel industry.
September 13 - In 2013, a Gallup poll on public
perceptions of U.S. agencies found Americans are most positive
toward the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC). Sixty percent of those polled believed the CDC was
doing an excellent or good job while only 8 percent rated them
poorly. There is clearly a disconnect between the CDC’s
perceived image and the actual state of the agency. While
their website claims the “CDC works for you 24/7,” they have
fallen far short of achieving their motto...
August 30 - The Department of Veterans’ Affairs quietly
moved to ban confederate flags from flying on free-standing
flagpoles at its national cemeteries after a House
vote earlier this year to restrict the confederate flag in
national cemeteries. The VA wrote in a
letter to Rep. Jared Huffman (D-CA), the sponsor of the
House amendment, that the VA will make sure that “Confederate
flags will not be displayed from any permanently fixed
flagpole in a national cemetery at any time.” The VA
conducted a year-long...
August 31 - In a landmark ruling for non-traditional
families in New York, the state's highest court on Tuesday
held a person need not have a biological or adoptive
relationship with a child to be considered a parent. The
decision by the New York Court of Appeals gives such
individuals legal standing to seek custody or visitation
rights. The state's earlier definition of parent had become
"unworkable" given today's increasingly varied family
relationships, Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam wrote on behalf of
August 31 - As Republican nominee Donald Trump prepares
to give a major speech on his immigration policy on Wednesday,
the number of undocumented immigrants deported by President
Barack Obama is set to hit a 10-year low this year,
The Hill reports. By the end of the fiscal year next
month, official estimates are that some 230,000 people will be
deported from the U.S, slightly less than the 235,413 removed
from the country in 2015, which itself was the lowest figure
since 2006, according to The Hill.
August 30 - A Muslim man stabbed a female police
officer in Toulouse because she “represented “France,” but
authorities immediately rushed to pin the blame on a
“psychiatric disorder” as the motivation behind the attack.
The stabbing occurred earlier today in the Rempart
Saint-Etienne area when a 31-year-old man Algerian man entered
a police station under the pretext of making a complaint.
After failing in his attempt to grab the officer’s gun, the
assailant repeatedly stabbed her in the throat. “The woman is
August 29 - The Huffington Post has sensationally
censored an article pertaining to questions about Hillary
Clinton’s health and banned the journalist who wrote it from
posting on their website altogether. David Seaman penned a
commentary piece discussing questions surrounding Hillary’s
health problems on Sunday. The story included a link to my
viral video about the subject, which now has over 3.5 million
views. The post, which had been trending at number 3 on the
website, was deleted within hours...
August 29 - School officials’ decision to ban students
from displaying the American Flag at a recent football game is
creating controversy in a South Carolina school district. On
Friday, Travelers Rest High School principal Lou Lavely banned
students from carrying American flags into a football game
against Berega High School, because a lot of students at
Berega are Hispanic. Lavely contends the American flag could
have been used to taunt those students,
WNCN reports. “Some events at last evening’s football
August 31 - Officials in a Georgia county say they will
lift a ban on building permits for religious institutions that
had been sparked by local opposition to a mosque and Muslim
cemetery. In a statement Wednesday, Newton County
commissioners say they will vote Sept. 13 on zoning changes.
But those changes won't affect the mosque. The project needs
other approvals before construction can start, but Newton
County officials say they will work with members on those
steps. The moratorium prompted...
August 30 - Even before the FBI identified new cyber
attacks on two separate state election boards, the Department
of Homeland Security began considering declaring the election
a "critical infrastructure," giving it the same control over
security it has over Wall Street and and the electric power
grid. The latest admissions of attacks could speed up that
effort possibly including the upcoming presidential election,
according to officials. "We should carefully consider whether
our election system, our election...
August 29 - The United States could give control of one
of the internet's underlying systems to the United Nations
after pledging not to, it has been claimed. The government has
announced plans to relinquish control of the online addressing
and numbering system, turning it over to a private
international organization. For years, the US Department Of
Commerce has been responsible for managing URLs and ensuring
they lead to the proper web pages. It has subcontracted the
task to a private nonprofit, the Internet...
August 24 - Professor Aviad HaCohen, Dean of the
Academic Center of Law and Science, responded on Wednesday to
the soon-to-be released report of the Director General's
committee, which is generally expected to recommend allowing
commerce on Shabbat in Tel Aviv. HaCohen warned that
broadening commerce on Shabbat will not just have negative
economic ramifications but will also have ethical, social and
educational implications. "This has been the situation for
many years now but this will be...
August 24 - The U.S. Postal Service will issue its
first-ever stamp commemorating a Hindu holiday in October. The
stamp will be issued on October 5 and will be marked with a
ceremony at the Consulate General of India in New York,
according to the Postal Service. The stamp commemorates the
Hindu holiday of Diwali, which begins with the first new moon
between mid-October and mid-November. This year, it begins
October 29-30. The Forever stamp features a photograph of a
traditional candle used...
August 23 - FBI agents' reports of interviews
documenting that Hillary Clinton's stinging humiliation of her
friend and mentor Vince Foster in front of White House aides
triggered his suicide a week later are missing from where they
should be filed at the National Archives, Daily Mail Online
has learned exclusively. On two separate occasions, this
author visited the National Archives and Records Service in
College Park, Md., to review the reports generated by FBI
agents assigned to investigate the 1993 death of Bill
August 24 - “If you like your doctor, you can keep your
doctor” was President Barack Obama’s signature catchphrase he
used to sell the Affordable Care Act to the American people.
Now Obamacare’s flagship website, healthcare.gov, no longer
even addresses the issue. Ironically, the section in question
was the first public (if indirect) admission by the Obama
administration that the president’s promise was less than a
“guarantee.” As The Weekly Standard...
August 25 - Is Hillary Clinton healthy enough to serve
as president if she wins the election? Over the past couple of
weeks this has become a major issue, and the mainstream media
is actively conspiring with the Clinton campaign in a
desperate attempt to cover up the truth. For example, the
Washington Post, which has essentially become a mouthpiece for
the Clinton campaign at this point, has been publishing an
article “debunking” claims about Clinton’s health almost every
day recently. One of their headlines...
August 25 - A city police report describes the theft of
70 flags from the graves of Confederate veterans at Oak Grove
Cemetery as theft of property. Two officers of a Sons of
Confederate Veterans camp say it was a desecration considering
Congress long ago conferred the same status on the Confederate
dead as other U.S. veterans. The report of the missing flags
was made August 18 by Hal Crowe, commander of the Sons of
Confederate Veterans Thomas Marsh Forman Camp #485. The
Confederate battle flag...
August 25 - Confederate flags are to be banned from
display at cemeteries administrated by the Department of
Veterans Affairs. The agency says it the ban comes under a new
directive to restrict flags that represent the killers of U.S.
government soldiers, The Washington Post reports. "Confederate
flags will not be displayed from any permanently fixed
flagpole in a national cemetery at any time," the VA said.
Rep. Keith Ellison, a Minnesota Democrat, told The Post the
Confederate Flag symbolizes...
August 25 - Eighty-two percent of the active
tuberculosis (TB) cases diagnosed in Nebraska in 2014, that’s
31 out of 38, were foreign-born,
according to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human
six percent of the
1.9 million residents of the Cornhusker State are
foreign-born. 2014’s 38 active TB cases represented an 80
percent increase in active TB cases in the state in one year,
up from 21 in 2013. The number of U.S. born cases of
active TB in the state actually declined from 8 in 2013 to 7
August 24 - Half of Americans who have left their
church no longer believe in God, leading a surge of nearly one
quarter of the nation who have no affiliation with any
religion, according to a new survey. Pew Research Center said
Wednesday that 49 percent of what they term "nones" left their
church and religion because they "don't believe." Another 20
percent said they don't like organized religion. Other reasons
included "common sense" and a lack of belief in miracles. The
survey is the latest from Pew that...
August 24 - The elderly man probably seemed like a good
target, but a would-be robber flat out picked the wrong guy. A
91-year-old man shot and wounded a man in his 20s who tried to
rob him earlier this week in a pharmacy parking lot near
Detroit. The unidentified elderly man was getting out of his
car when he noticed someone coming up to him, acting erratic.
The older guy let the younger one know he was packing, telling
him he had a license to conceal carry a gun.
CNN affiliate WXYZ reports the suspect pointed...
August 18 - In his decade as a neo-Nazi skinhead in
eastern Germany, Manuel Bauer says he beat up foreigners and
disabled people, stabbed a cigarette in the eye of a 12-year
old boy and assaulted a Muslim man and his pregnant German
wife. Bauer, who led two racist gangs, the "League of Aryan
Fighters" and "Revenge Act", says groups like his carried out
violence on behalf of the far-right National Democratic Party
(NPD), which has a seat in the European Parliament and five
seats in one of Germany's...
August 18 - A British motorist is warning tourists to
avoid Calais after migrants wielding chainsaws smashed up his
Mercedes and hurled petrol bombs in the road. Rhys Williams,
53, was approaching the French port in the early hours when
migrants from the sprawling jungle camp smashed his windows,
causing up to £3,000 of damage. They ran onto the road
brandishing chainsaws and throwing Molotov cocktails at the
police and passing traffic in scenes that he said ‘resembled a
August 18 - If you’re reading this, you probably know
the difference between an automatic and a semi-automatic
weapon. You now know more than “common sense gun control”
advocates. That’s because you, the fabulous person reading
this post, has at least two brain cells to rub together to
form a cogent thought. Which makes you seven bajillion times
smarter than the average anti-gun loon, who knows as much
about guns as a lobster knows quantum physics. Therefore we’re
exposing just how little...
August 17 - A 25-year-old illegal alien who already has
a felony on his criminal record has been arrested in Kansas
City, Mo. after allegedly carjacking two women — ages 91 and
63 — on Tuesday. Eduardo Irhneis Escobar was charged with
first-degree robbery and armed criminal action,
according to KCTV. Police say that the illegal alien
approached the women, who are black, while they were sitting
in a 1998 Honda Civic in a Walgreen’s pharmacy parking lot.
After a brief struggle with the 63-year-old woman, who was...
August 18 - The Princeton University HR department has
largely wiped the word “man” from its vocabulary. The
policy in effect at the Ivy League institution spells out
the directive in a four-page memo that aims to make the
department more gender inclusive. Instead of using “man,”
employees are told to use words such as human beings,
individuals or people. Other guidelines? Instead of “man and
wife” use spouses or partners. Switch out “man made” with
artificial, handmade or manufactured.
August 17 - A prominent Iranian lawmaker confirmed
Wednesday that Russia is using an Iranian air base for
Syria, as Moscow said another wave of airstrikes
launched from the Islamic Republic struck the east of the
war-ravaged country. The comments by Alaeddin Boroujerdi, the
head of the Iranian parliament’s national security and foreign
policy committee, are the first official acknowledgment that
Russian planes are flying out of Iran’s Shahid Nojeh Air Base.
Meanwhile, Russia’s foreign...
August 16 - The fastest man on the planet, Usain Bolt
is making headlines around the world, but reports say the God
he worships is being ignored by the BBC. Reports say that BBC
has ignored Bolt's Christian beliefs. Following his 200m race,
he said, "Nothing would have been possible without Him,"
referencing his faith and God. Although the Olympian has been
outspoken about his faith, the BBC network appears as if it
refuses to cover that aspect of Bolt's story. The BBC recorded
the race second-by-second...
August 17 - A new report shows the United States
accepted more Muslim refugees in 2016 than any year since
2002. The Pew Research Center says the U.S. has received
28,957 Muslim refugees, or 46 percent of the 63,000 total
number of refugees it took in since Oct. 1, 2015. In
comparison, the U.S. accepted 27,556 Christian refugees in the
same period, 44 percent of the total number. The greatest
number of refugees came from Syria and Somalia, with 8,511 and
7,234 respectively. So, why is the United States...
July 19 - Despite more reports in recent weeks about
Muslim “refugees” raping and attacking people in the U.S. and
Europe, President Obama has ramped up his Syrian refugee
program – delivering 625 to U.S. cities in one week and
crossing the 6,000 mark for total Syrians who have entered the
country since October. With a little over two months before
the Sept. 30 deadline to fulfill his promise to the United
Nations to resettle 10,000 Syrians, Obama has delivered 6,227
Syrian migrants to 38 states...
July 19 - California is the first state to adopt the
LGBT rights agenda formally into its public schools, as part
of a new history and social studies curriculum that will reach
children as young as the second grade. “This is a big win for
said California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom
Torlakson in a statement. “This document will improve the
teaching and learning of history and social science. It will
give our students access to the latest historical research and
help them learn about the diversity of our...
July 19 - President
Barack Obama announced plans to bring more solar energy to
American homes, with a focus on a 10-times increase on the
alternative energy for low- and moderate-income households.
Clean Energy Savings For All initiative will expand the
use of solar power with new programs to help reduce solar
energy costs for consumers. "Solar panels are no longer for
wealthy folks who live where the sun shines every day," Obama
said in a
video with the announcement. "Today we're offering even
July 19 - The children's channel Nickelodeon is
featuring a bi-racial homosexual married couple for the first
time in its cartoon series,
"The Loud House," Variety reports. The couple, Harold and
Howard McBride, are voiced by Wayne Brady and Michael
McDonald, respectively; the episode shows the pair as they get
their son Clyde ready for a sleepover with series star Lincoln
Loud, Variety reports. The couple's debut is Wednesday; an
excerpt from the episode was posted to Twitter last week. Time
to make history...
July 20 - If you thought that the insanity of political
correctness had reached its peak, then think again. Never mind
Obama refusing to use the term “radical Islamic terrorism,”
now the BBC has suggested that calling terrorists “terrorists”
might be a bigoted thought crime. A tweet sent out by BBC
Scotland asks, “Do you think we should remove the word
“Islamist” or “terrorist” from our newspapers or does it
categorise the atrocities for what they are?”
July 19 - House Speaker Paul Ryan is out with a new
television ad that tries to convince Wisconsin voters that
Ryan has taken action to keep Islamic terrorists from entering
the United States. In recent months, Paul Ryan, who leads the
pro-Islamic migration wing of the Republican Party, has
come under fire for his longstanding
support for open borders. Ryan is now facing significant
opposition in his August 9th primary election from Wisconsin
businessman, Paul Nehlen, who is running on a pro-America