November 23 - Donations are plummeting for the nation's
largest Boy Scout council, which is located out in Orem, Utah.
Things have gotten so bad that the local Scout council in Orem
is planning layoffs. The plunge comes after the Boy Scouts of
America lifted their ban on gay scout leaders this past
summer. The Salt Lake...
November 24 - The Boy Scouts are allowed by Federal
Title IX law to exclude girls from their ranks. No one knows
how long that will last, but the pressure is on. A group of
five girls in northern California are pressuring local leaders
to let them join. The girls tried the Girls Scouts but said it
was boring, something that rankled local...
November 24 - Canada's New Liberal government will
announce Tuesday its plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees,
bolstered by the support of all 10 of the country's provinces.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hasn't backed down from a pledge
to bring 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada by Dec. 31 despite
some pushback following...
November 24 - A longtime cellist in the Asheville
symphony orchestra has lost her job and she says it’s because
of her faith. Jacqueline Taylor is a member of the Seventh Day
Adventist Church. She's filed a civil rights lawsuit claiming
the orchestra fired her after she asked for time off to
observe her Sabbath, which starts on...
November 23 - One of the top-ranking Democrats in the
Senate vows that his party will "bring a universal background
check bill to the floor of the Senate early next year."
Chuckles Schumer of New York made the statement Friday at
the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, where he was honored
with the "Sarah Brady...
November 23 - Illegal immigrants, specifically
non-Mexican children, have been caught crossing the U.S.
southern border at an alarming rate according to recent Border
Patrol statistics. With nearly 5,000 unaccompanied children
caught in October and almost 3,000 caught in the first half of
November, The Washington Times reports that...
November 24 - The national debt has surged more than
half a trillion dollars in the last three weeks, as the
suspension of the debt ceiling in late October has allowed the
government to borrow as much as it wants. Before the debt
ceiling was suspended, the national debt stood at $18.15
trillion. But over the last 22 days, it soared...
November 19 - Authorities detained eight suspected ISIS
operatives in Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport after they flew in
from the Moroccan city of Casablanca on Tuesday, according to
Turkey’s Anatolia news agency. They were posing as refugees
and in possession of hand-drawn maps plotting the course from
Turkey to Germany.
November 19 - Texas' State Board of Education rejected
a plan to create an expert panel to identify factual errors in
history and geography textbooks. An 8-7 vote Wednesday shot
down a proposal to have
a panel of college professors read the books specifically
searching for errors. The vote followed a year of
November 17 - Earlier this month, Israel’s Knesset
enacted a minimum prison term for minors who throw stones and
firebombs at vehicles. An outraged Palestinian Authority
called the measure “punitive and racist.” Stoning attacks in
Israel go largely unreported, but on average there are several
such incidents every day.
November 19 - President Hollande rejected link between
the Paris attacks on November 13 and refugees coming to
Europe. France will receive 30,000 refugees in the next two
years, president Francois Hollande confirmed Wednesday
(November 18). The figure had first been announced by prime
minister Manuel Valls in September.
November 19 - Federal regulators on Thursday approved a
genetically engineered salmon as fit for consumption, clearing
the way for the first genetically altered animal to reach
American supermarkets and dinner tables. Food and Drug
Administration reviewers made their initial determination that
the fish would be...
November 18 - News outlets across the western
hemisphere are reporting that five Syrians with stolen Greek
passports were arrested in Honduras. The Central American
nation has historically been an integral segment of the
clandestine journey from the Middle East and North Africa into
the United States. All five appear to be...
November 18 - Two federal agents operating under the
umbrella of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are
claiming that eight Syrian illegal aliens attempted to enter
Texas from Mexico in the Laredo Sector. The federal agents
spoke with Breitbart Texas on the condition of anonymity,
however, a local president of the...
November 18 - A highly trusted federal agent working
under the umbrella of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
has confirmed to Breitbart Texas that a group composed of 5
Pakistani men and 1 man from Afghanistan was captured by U.S.
Border Patrol agents after having illegally crossed the porous
November 16 - Several hundred people gathered over the
weekend to protest the new LGBT policy of the Mormon Church.
The policy bans baptisms for children living with gay parents
until they turn 18 years old and also makes gay marriage a sin
worthy of expulsion. The protests came one day after the
Mormon Church stood...
November 18 - Are you still eating
low-fat or no-fat dairy products? If you are, you probably
think you’re doing the right thing for your health. And if you
check with virtually any public health agency, they’d
wholeheartedly agree. The American Heart Association, American
Diabetes Association, and American Cancer Society...
November 11 - America’s lawmen are livid with President
Obama over his administration’s decision to release thousands
of federal inmates. Changes to federal sentencing rules by the
U.S. Sentencing Commission allowed 6,112 felons to be released
Nov. 1. The Wall Street Journal estimated Oct. 6 that as many
November 11 - A West Forsyth, Georgia, runner who came
in third of 226 in a state race at Carrollton High School –
earning him high nods in the cross country championships – was
disqualified and labeled a 226th-place finisher over a flap
about the headband he wore, which displayed the Bible
reference “Isaiah 40:30-31.”
November 12 - Hundreds of thousands of people could
unwittingly be carrying a newly-identified sexually
transmitted infection, scientists warned today. New research
has revealed that an infection called Mycoplasma genitalium
(MG) - first identifed more than 30 years ago - is transferred
through sexual contact. It is now...
November 12 - Disturbing newly released videos are
sparking allegations of police brutality in rural Virginia,
showing South Boston police using a taser multiple times on a
man in May 2013. Less than two hours later, 46-year-old
Linwood Lambert, Jr. was dead. Medical examiners determined he
died of "acute cocaine intoxication"...
November 12 - A former Texas educator filed a federal
discrimination complaint against a learning center in Katy,
Texas, after being fired for refusing to address a 6-year-old
girl as a transgender boy. Madeline Kirksey, a former manager
of the Children's Lighthouse Learning Center, was fired on
November 12 - The Obama administration has said it
supports the Equality Act, a federal measure intended to
outlaw discrimination against LGBT people. Spokesman Josh
Earnest announced Tuesday the bill would protect religious
freedom while also providing equal rights for lesbian, gay,
bisexual and transgender Americans.
November 11 - ‘With Open Gates: The forced collective
suicide of European nations’, a slick, hard-hitting film about
the European migrant crisis is going viral in Europe, already
watched at least half a million times. Although the 19-minute
film may feel like a dispatch from the future, it is cut
entirely from recent news reports...
November 11 - Johnny Depp has played an endlessly
diverse set of characters over a decades-long acting career: a
swashbuckling pirate, a murderous mob boss, a loopy
chocolate-factory owner, a nefarious barber — but according to
the actor himself, all of his characters have one thing in
common: they’re all homosexual.
November 11 - On Thursday the Cleveland VA Medical
Center is opening the nation’s first VA clinic dedicated to
providing for the healthcare needs of transgender veterans.
Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center will provide
transgender veterans with primary care, hormone therapy,
mental health care, and social...
November 11 - Last week,
reported about the first American city in history to elect
a Muslim majority City Council. Well, it didn’t take long for
the Islamic supremacist aggression and hostility to surface —
did it? It never does. Always conflict and strife. A cell
phone video, taken moments after Muslims received the word
that they took...
November 4 - It costs U.S. taxpayers nearly $65,000 to
resettle one Middle Eastern refugee over the first five years,
which is 12 times what it would cost to care for that same
refugee in a neighboring country in the region, according to a
new study. The Center for Immigration Studies cites “heavy
welfare use” as the main...
November 4 - Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen
suggested the Fed might consider negative interest rates,
which effectively means financial institutions would charge
customers to keep money in an account. Several of Europe’s
ailing commercial banks have imposed the measure in a
desperate attempt to reinvigorate...
November 4 - When Americans go to the polls to vote in
2016, there's a chance that 16-year-olds in Washington, D.C.
could also be casting their ballots. On Tuesday, three D.C.
City Council members proposed lowering the federal voting age
in D.C. from 18 to 16. Ward 6 Council member Charles Allan is
the chief author behind the...
November 2 - A minister at a U.K. prison says he was
pressured to resign after quoting the Bible in a chapel
service. Rev. Barry Grayhorn worked as a gardener at a prison
for sex offenders. An ordained Pentecostal minister, Grayhorn
volunteered to help with chapel services. Last year, he spoke
November 5 - A Chicago school district has 30 days to
change their current transgender student locker room policy or
they could lose millions of dollars in federal funds. On
Monday, the U.S. Department of Education said that Illinois'
Palatine Township School District 211 is violating the rights
of a transgender student by refusing to...
November 4 - Target plans to close 13 stores
nationwide, most in the Midwest where the store has its roots.
The Minneapolis, Minnesota-based retailer says a decision to
close a store usually follows several years of decreasing
profitability. The retail giant plans to close the stores on
January 30, 2016. The 13 are among...
November 4 - A six-day long raid of states across the
West netted U.S. immigration officials 235 convicted criminal
illegal aliens, officials reported on Wednesday. Officers with
the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced
that their goal was to apprehend “potentially deportable
criminals” with previous...
November 4 - More than 81,000 unaccompanied minors have
been released to sponsors inside the U.S. over last two years,
according to the Department of Health and Human Services. The
U.S.-Mexico border has experienced a surge in unaccompanied
minors entering the country illegally over the past couple
years. As the HHS...
November 5 - US President Barack Obama is an
anti-Semite and US Secretary of State John Kerry is a stand-up
comedian hardly worthy of a stage, according to social media
posts from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's newly appointed
head of public diplomacy, Dr. Ran Baratz. Possibly the most...
November 5 - Temples and synagogues affiliated with the
nation's largest Jewish movement could adopt gender-neutral
bathrooms and their rabbis would be encouraged to give sermons
on transgender topics, under a groundbreaking resolution
expected to pass at a conference of Reform Jews on Thursday.
The proposal features...
November 1 - Dr. Lewis has done groundbreaking research
on the biosolids topic. Beneficial use of sewage — human
waste — could be a great system for recycling nitrogen and
phosphorus back into the soil by using it as fertilizer. The
problem is, the sludge approved for use in fertilizer also
contains industrial waste, which is...
October 26 - The IRS will now recognize homosexual
marriages for tax purposes regardless of where they were
performed. The agency says it will interpret the terms
"husband" and "wife" to apply to homosexual spouses as well as
opposite-sex spouses. The change is part of the implementation
of the Supreme Court's legalization of...
October 27 - Pastors in Houston are rallying church
members to vote on an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance that
could put the chill on religious liberty. The city's openly
lesbian mayor, Annise Parker, promoted the ordinance last
year, resulting in a city council vote to approve it. After
city pastors organized a signature drive to put...
October 28 - Migrants and refugees will be allowed to
compete in the Rio 2016 Olympics, the International Olympic
Committee (IOC) has declared. In an announcement to the United
Nations (UN) General Assembly, IOC chief Thomas Bach said all
nations should help identify athletic talent among any
migrants they may be...
October 28 - Walmart has decided Jewish kids can be
zombies or devils for Halloween, but not Israeli Defense
Forces soldiers. The company sided late Wednesday with
anti-Israel activists who complained IDF costumes were
unacceptable. “The costumes are very problematic, and
offensive to many people. The Israeli forces...
October 28 - A teacher in Katy, Texas, reportedly
handed her students an assignment that called for them to deny
the existence of God, else face a poor grade. Breitbart
reported Jordan Wooley, a seventh-grade student with a
straight-A average at the West Memorial Junior High School – a
facility within the Katy...
October 25 - Robert Kremer, Phd., co-author of the book
Principles in Weed Management, is a certified soil
scientist and professor of Soil Microbiology at the University
of Missouri. He recently retired from the United States
Department of Agriculture (USDA), where he worked as a
microbiologist for 32 years. He's conducted...