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March 22, 2017

North Carolina Economy Booming Despite Bathroom Boycotts

March 22 - North Carolina's economy is booming despite liberal backlash over its controversial bathroom bill. The state did miss out on a Bruce Springsteen concert, the NCAA championships and the NBA All-Star game due to liberal boycotts. But according to Site Selection Magazine, North Carolina has set some new records when it comes to tourism, and business is strong overall. Hotel businesses across the state have set records for 2016, according to the year-end hotel lodging report, issued by VisitNC.

Secret Homosexual Club Created and Promoted by Idaho School Staff

March 20 - An Idaho school promoted a homosexual club for middle and high school students that was intended to be hidden from parents. The principal was caught talking about keeping the group secret in an audio recording, according to a release from Liberty Counsel. The Forrest M. Bird Charter School also recruited students for the club and concealed their activism from the student's parents. The nonprofit legal organization, Liberty Counsel, says that's against the law.

Sanctuary policies 'led to' brutal bathroom rape of 14-year-old schoolgirl

March 20 - Two illegal-alien teenagers who were placed in ninth-grade classes at Montgomery County Schools, Maryland, have been arrested and charged with the brutal rape of a 14-year-old girl, and at least one of the boys had a pending deportation order from ICE. The boys, identified as Henry Sanchez, 18, of Guatemala and Jose Montano, 17, of El Salvador, approached the young girl in the hallway near the gymnasium inside Rockville High School during school hours about 9 a.m. on Thursday.

School sued after opening boys' locker room to girls

March 21 - The Trump administration already has reversed the Obama-era order that public schools open their girls’ showers to boys, and vice versa, but that hasn’t yet changed the practice of all schools. A lawsuit has been filed against the Boyertown Area School District in Pennsylvania for deliberately violating “a child’s fundamental right to bodily privacy contrary to constitutional and statutory principles.” The case cites the 14th Amendment, Title IX, invasion of seclusion and the...

High school 'Muslim prayer room' challenged

March 21 - For at least 30 minutes every weekday for the past seven years, a classroom at Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas, gets transformed into an on-campus mosque. At least a dozen students use the “Muslim prayer room” between 2:05 and 2:35 p.m. Monday through Friday. Controversy over the prayer room was sparked by an article in the student newspaper, the Wingspan, which clearly laid out how the room is used and by whom. That prompted State Attorney General Ken Paxton...

Two men have throats slit in Paris, attacker yells “Allahu Akbar”

March 17 - Police in Paris have launched an investigation after two men, a father and his son, were found with their throats slit in a trendy part of the French capital. Another son has been arrested in connection with the murders. A man was arrested in Paris on Friday suspected of slitting the throats of his father and brother outside a building in the capital’s trendy 11th district, police sources told AFP. The sources, who asked not to be named because they were not authorised to speak publicly...

Muslim gang attacks Danish couple for eating ham on pizza

March 20 - Danish police are looking for a gang who beat up a young couple over a pizza slice with ham. The woman now risks permanent damage to her hearing after being punched in the head. Saturday night a young couple were attacked by up to five people “of other ethnic origin” in Silkeborg, reports BT. The attack took place outside a pizza restaurant in Silkeborg, where a 24-year-old woman and her boyfriend sat while eating a pizza. The perpetrator took one of her pieces of pizza and threw it on the ground...

Globalist: We’ll Force EU to Accept MORE Muslim Migrants

March 21 - The European Union’s immigration commissioner says the bloc has the “tools, the means, and the power” to force EU member states to accept Islamic migrants. Dimitris Avramopoulos, Greece’s commissioner for the EU’s “Common Immigration and Asylum Policy,” made the comments during a visit to Poland, which refuses to accept economic migrants into their country. “If we don’t have tangible efforts by September… the Commission will not hesitate to make use of its power,” he warned.

North County Carlsbad to photograph every car entering city

March 21 - Carlsbad is expanding its use of automated license plate readers into a system that aims to collect the registration information of every vehicle that enters the city. The $1 million Police Department project — which will add stationary cameras at 14 key Carlsbad intersections, creating a virtual gateway at the city’s borders — was approved by the City Council last week, sparking outrage over privacy rights and government control from several residents and one council member.

ABC Gushes Over ‘Amazing,’ ‘Inspiring’ Story Of Mother And Son Swapping Genders

March 22 - According to ABC News anchors Robin Roberts and Juju Chang, there’s nothing more “inspiring” than a mother and son deciding to pump themselves full of hormones and undergo gender reassignment surgery. Indeed, they reportedly watched a documentary on “Jazz Jennings,” aka Jaron Bloshinsky, back in 2012 and “Corey came out to [his] parents right after watching the film.” Such is the power of Hollywood propaganda, and rather than let the boy’s balls drop to clear...

Feminist Moms Create ‘Hijab Barbies’ to Fight Racism

March 22 - Three moms in Pittsburgh are creating ‘Hello Hijab’ Barbie-compatible Islamic headscarves to encourage “inclusivity” and fight racism, presumably unaware of the fact that the hijab is a symbol of Islam’s brutal oppression of women. Gisele Fetterman, Safaa Bokhari and Kristen Michaels are re-purposing hijabs to create veils for Barbie dolls so that children become more comfortable with being surrounded by veiled Muslim women. “They will see it as a kind memory from their playtime, and then...

Historic restoration of Jesus’ tomb completed

March 22 - The tomb of Jesus has been resurrected to its former glory. Just in time for Easter, a Greek restoration team has completed a historic renovation of the Edicule, the shrine that tradition says houses the cave where Jesus was entombed and resurrected. Gone is the unsightly iron cage built around the shrine by British authorities in 1947 to shore up the walls. Gone is the black soot on the shrine’s stone façade from decades of pilgrims lighting candles. And gone are fears about the...

To improve education, we need to let teachers administer discipline regardless of race

March 22 - In 2012 the Education Department released a national study showing that black students are suspended from school at a higher rate than whites, and the findings fueled a predictable debate over whether school discipline policies are racist. Two years later, the department sent a letter to school districts warning them to do something about the disparity—in effect, to stop suspending so many disruptive black students or risk becoming the subject of a federal civil-rights investigation...

'He has every right to compete with women': Transgender weightlifter sparks criticism after competition win

March 20 - A Kiwi weightlifter has made history as the first transgender athlete to represent New Zealand and come away with a win, however the victory has been slammed by other competitors. Gavin Hubbard, 39, won the women's over 90kg division at the Australian International competition in Melbourne on Sunday, but the win has caused a stir with some believing he had an unfair advantage. His combined total of 268kg was nearly 20kg better than Samoan runner-up Iuniarra Sipaia, with another 20kg...

Israel plans mass evacuation if war erupts again

March 21 - If Islamic militants in Gaza or Lebanon go to war with Israel, they could find their usual targets empty. Israel is drawing up contingency plans to evacuate up to a quarter-million civilians from border communities to protect them from attacks from Hamas, Hezbollah or other Islamic militant groups. The mass evacuations would be the biggest in Israel's history, part of a bigger plan where the army works with municipalities to keep civilians safe. All sides have been preparing...

Mexico warned companies it would not be in their best 'interests' to help build Trump's border wall

March 22 - Mexico's government on Tuesday warned Mexican companies that it would not be in their best "interests" to participate in the construction of U.S. President Donald Trump's border wall, though there will be no legal restrictions or sanctions to stop them if they tried. While some Mexican companies stand to potentially benefit from the controversial infrastructure project, residents south of the border view the wall and Trump's repeated calls to have Mexico pay for it as offensive.

Los Angeles Mayor Expands Immigrant Protections

March 21 - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday restricted city employees from cooperating with federal immigration officials and instructed police at the ports and airports to refrain from investigating a person’s immigration status. The directive expands to other city agencies the existing policies of the Los Angeles Police Department—which since 1979 has prohibited officers from determining immigration status. Since 2014, the LAPD has also refused to honor requests from federal immigration...

How auto dealers can use GPS and "starter interrupter" tech to disable your car

March 21 - The auto industry could be reshaped by a repossession device for cars. “Starter interrupter” technology makes a vehicle impossible to start after the owner misses a payment, but federal regulators are asking questions about how at least one auto finance company uses the equipment, reports CBS News correspondent Anna Werner. Willie Conner needs a kidney transplant and gets dialysis five times a week. She needed a car, but she and her husband didn’t have a lot of money...

Fatal Forecast: Lyme Disease Will Plague America

March 22 - National surveillance for Lyme disease began in 1982 and since then the number of reported cases have grown over 25-fold. Between 1990 and 2015, the number of reported cases in the U.S. doubled. The disease has also spread geographically. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it's the fastest growing vector-borne infectious disease in the U.S. The CDC reports the disease, and the ticks that carry the disease, are concentrated in the northeast and upper Midwest.

The War on Water Is a Very Real Crisis

March 21 - One of the hidden costs of industrial agriculture is its intensive water usage. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), about 80 percent of U.S. consumptive water (and more than 90 percent in many Western states) is used for agricultural purposes. Only about 3 percent of the water on Earth is fresh water, which is dependent on rain for replenishment. Fresh water stored in aquifers, meanwhile, is being increasingly depleted, at a rate that cannot be naturally...

 

March 16, 2017

Number of Swedish Children Wanting to Change Gender Doubling Each Year

March 15 - Sweden’s health minister has promised more support for gender identity clinics as it emerged that the number of children claiming to be in the wrong body has risen 100 per cent each year. Louise Frisén, child psychiatrist at the Astrid Lindgren Children’s Hospital, told Aftonbladet that in 2016, the gender investigation team saw 197 children who were interested in ‘transitioning’ to becoming the opposite sex. “There’s a 100 per cent increase in numbers each year, and the people we’re...

 

College Removes Scales from Gym to Avoid ‘Triggering’ Overweight Students

March 15 - Carleton University faces severe criticism for its latest politically correct decision to remove weight scales from its gym and workout areas to prevent the “triggering” of overweight students. The Ottawa, Ontario, university calls the decision “in keeping with current fitness and social trends,” Fox News reported. The school’s manager of health and wellness, Bruce Marshall, claims that the move helps improve the mental well-being and health of the school’s students.

California School Bans Tag, Says Game ‘Too Rough’

March 15 - Gold Ridge Elementary School in Folsom, California has banned the game of tag. Principle David Frankel sent a note home to parents saying, “Students were instructed that physical contact including tag games, touch football, etc. were not allowed on the yard.” Why would this time-honored tradition of playground fun get the axe? According to school district spokesman Daniel Thigpen, things had gotten just a bit too physical. Thigpen explained, “In this case, kids were getting too rough…

Tennessee Sues Federal Government Over Refugees

March 13 - Tennessee became the first state in the nation on Monday to sue the federal government over refugee resettlement on the grounds of the Tenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of several state lawmakers Monday morning in the western district of Tennessee, contends that the federal government has violated the Tenth Amendment, which says the federal government possesses only the powers delegated to it by the U.S. Constitution and that all other...

House Poised to Roll Back Legislation, Give Guns to 'Mentally Defective' Vets

March 16 - House Republicans are poised to roll back gun legislation that prevents mentally incompetent veterans from an automatic denial to obtain a gun permit, the Washington Examiner reported. To date, veterans unable to manage their own finances — thus requiring assistance from the Veteran Administration — are labeled mentally incompetent, setting off a flag that they get included in the FBI's background check database that prevents them from buying guns, the Examiner reported.

EU lawmakers tighten firearm rules

March 15 - The European Parliament agreed to tighten gun laws throughout the EU, amid an often bitter debate that triggered the rise of larger and better organised gun enthusiast groups. The heated talks were on display during a press conference in Strasbourg on Tuesday (March 14), when MEPs working on the file disagreed on what exactly they had voted through. "Some people [MEPs] have clearly not read the text properly," lead negotiator on the file, UK Conservative MEP Vicky Ford, told reporters.

U.K. grants first license to make babies using 3-person DNA

March 16 - Britain’s Newcastle University says its scientists have received a license to create babies using DNA from three people, the first time such approval has been granted. The license was granted by the country’s fertility regulator on Thursday, according to the university. In December, British officials approved the “cautious use” of the techniques, which are intended to prevent women from passing on fatal genetic diseases to their children. The new procedures fix problems linked to mitochondria...

Judge gives custody of child to 1 dad and 2 moms

March 14 - An unconventional family produced a child before becoming tangled in a lengthy custody battle that ended last week when a New York judge awarded shared custody of the boy to his dad and two mothers. The boy in the case is the biological child of a man and one of his neighbors. Both the man and his wife had a longstanding, intimate relationship with the birth mother, according to court documents. The father, identified as Michael M., and his wife, Dawn M., had struggled...

Congressman Confirms, ISIS Attack on Capitol 'Chillingly Possible'

March 15 - New York Times Best-selling author and Middle East expert Joel Rosenberg has a new book out that some are calling "too real" to be fiction. Without Warning is Rosenberg's latest offering and sets the stage for an ISIS attack on the nation's Capitol during the president's State of the Union address. CBN's Wendy Griffith recently interviewed Rosenberg and asked him if something like this could really happen here. Joel Rosenberg: "I pray that it doesn't but, yes, I think it's a very, an increasingly...

4-in-5 Oklahoma City students can’t read clocks

March 12 - They may miss that hour of sleep, but as we turn our clocks ahead, chances are kids won't be changing their watches. That's because the vast majority don't have a watch. A new study shows that only 1-in-10 Oklahoma City kids ages 6-12 own a watch. And only 1-in-5 know how to read it. "Yeah, I was super surprised," said Caitlin Carnes, who works for the Boys & Girls Club at Santa Fe South Elementary. "When I was growing up that was something that we learned. I don't know if that makes me old or not."

March 9, 2017

Ewww, creepy: 1st 'transgender' doll for kids

March 8 - We thought all the trendy folks into child experimentation would be thrilled to know Tonner Doll Company has – wait for it – a “transgender” doll coming out this summer! Be still, my pounding heart! Veteran exposer of all things mad and homosexual, Pete LaBarbera had this to tell us: “The world’s first ‘transgender doll’ will go on sale this summer, based on the life of 16-year-old male-to-female ‘transgender’ activist and cable TV star Jazz Jennings.” Apparently, Jennings is the shooting star...

Migrants smash up German asylum centre and severely injure a police officer because of their poor MOBILE PHONE reception

March 6 - A German police officer has been severely injured in a weekend riot by drunken refugees armed with iron bars who smashed their accommodation centre to smithereens. Two men from Togo and six from Ghana went berserk at their asylum home in Rees-Haldern, near the Dutch border a DAY after moving in because they were 'unhappy' with their quarters. They complained there was no mobile phone reception in the building's reception area. Two dozen armed police had to respond to emergency...

France: Mayor Faces $1,900 Fine For Saying 91% Muslim Classrooms Are A ‘Problem’

March 9 - Right-wing French mayor Robert Menard has been hauled into court and threatened with an 1,800 euro fine for what amounts to a thought crime. He said that there were too many Muslim children at the schools in his city, and implied that the ethnic French population is being “replaced.” Robert Menard, mayor of the southern town of Beziers and an ally of Marine Le Pen’s anti-immigration and Eurosceptic National Front party, appeared before Paris Criminal Court on Wednesday...

U.S. Airport Pat-Downs Are About to Get More Invasive

March 4 - While few have noticed, U.S. airport security workers long had the option of using five different types of physical pat-downs at the screening line. Now those options have been eliminated and replaced with a single universal approach. This time, you will notice. The new physical touching—for those selected to have a pat-down—will be be what the federal agency officially describes as a more “comprehensive” physical screening, according to a Transportation Security Administration spokesman.

Illegal border crossings drop 40 PER CENT in Trump's first full month as president: Homeland Security says it's the lowest total in nearly five years

March 8 - The number of illegal immigrants crossing into the United States from Mexico declined by 40 percent from January to February, the Department of Homeland Security Secretary said late Wednesday. The downturn came after President Donald Trump took office on Jan. 20 vowing to deport many of the estimated 11 million illegals in the United States. The flow of illegal border crossings – measured by apprehensions and the prevention of 'inadmissible persons' apprehended at the...

Sweden: Migrants Slice Woman’s Throat Open, Murder Husband, Then Laugh About It

March 9 - Migrants in Sweden sliced open a woman’s throat, almost beheading her, then stabbed her husband to death before laughing at the heinous double murder they had just committed. Police were called out to an incident in Hallonbergen in northern Stockholm, an area in which over 67% of the residents are foreign-born, with most coming from Lebanon, Syria and Eritrea. When police arrived at the house they found a man sitting on top of another man stabbing him to death, forcing one...

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Five-Time Deportee Faces Fatal Crash Charges in ‘Sanctuary’ California

March 8 - An illegal immigrant has been charged with five felony counts after he crashed into the back of a California woman’s car, ultimately killing her. Estuardo Alvarado, 45-years-old of Mexico, was allegedly drunk when he slammed into the back of Sandra Duran’s car in southern California, leaving Duran dead at the scene of accident from blunt force trauma, according to the LA Daily News. Federal authorities said Alvarado was speeding away from another car crash when he hit...

Illegal Immigrant Teen Beheaded His Mother, Say Police

March 7 - An illegal immigrant has been charged with first degree murder after allegedly beheading his mother with a butcher knife. Oliver Mauricio Funes-Machada, 18, has been confirmed to Breitbart Texas by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency as an illegal immigrant living in North Carolina from Honduras. “ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) has issued a detainer for Oliver Funes-Machado, an unlawfully present Honduran national, following his arrest...

Texas Teen Killed by Satanic Illegal Immigrants Identified

March 7 - Law enforcement officials in Harris County released the identity of the 15-year-old girl found murdered in southwest Houston last month. Two illegal aliens who are members of the MS-13 transnational criminal gang are accused of killing the girl as part of a satanic ritual. Officials identified the girl as 15-year-old Genesis Cornejo-Alvarado from the Houston suburb of Jersey Village, a local newspaper reported. The mother of the girl previously stated she believed her missing daughter had been killed...

March 2, 2017

Disney's first 'exclusively homosexual moment' hits screens in Beauty and the Beast

March 1 - It built its reputation on princesses finding their prince, living happily ever after in storylines which set the benchmark for romance for generations of children. Now, Disney is to move firmly into a new era as it introduces its first “exclusively homosexual moment”, disclosing the new version of Beauty and the Beast will star a manservant exploring his sexuality. The live-action version of Beauty and the Beast is already on course to be the most thoroughly modern film of its kind, with star Emma Watson discussing...

Disney Channel Cartoon Features Network’s First Homosexual Kiss

March 1 - A Disney Channel cartoon series aired the network’s first homosexual kiss in a recent episode. A season two episode of Star vs. the Forces of Evil entitled, “Just Friends,” aired on the Disney XD cable network, features characters breaking into a musical about romance. At one point (1:27) people surrounding the main characters begin kissing, with many in the crowd also appearing to deliver homosexual kisses to their homosexual partners. HeatSt.com points out this is not Disney’s first...

   

New DNC Deputy Keith Ellison's Islamic Agenda for Congress

March 2 - Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), the new deputy chairman of the Democrat National Committee, and the first Muslim elected to Congress, has a plan to recruit additional Muslim lawmakers like him -- including possible candidates sponsored by a terror-tied Islamist group for which he helped raise millions of dollars, according to a source who once prayed alongside him in the basement of the Capitol. Ellison has held Friday, or jummah, prayers with other Muslims, including staffers from the...

Somali refugee on the run after 'murder attempt' in U.S.

March 1 - A Somali man who came to America as a child refugee has jumped bail and remains at large after being charged with attempted murder in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Abdirhman Ahmad Noor, 24, is charged with two counts of attempted murder and two counts of aggravated assault for allegedly shooting at two men on July 8 in or near the parking lot of the Foxridge Apartments in Aberdeen. Noor was said to have chased the two men down, firing at them. One man, Dar’na Tansmore, was hit...

[Israel Copies U.S. Military Model] The IDF Has Become a Promoter of Godless Values

February 28 - For more than a year now, the IDF finds itself deeply involved in a different kind of battle, the battle over Israel's identity. This is a battle between Israel's secular liberal Left and its religious conservative Right. The army was supposed to stay out of this socio-political struggle. There's nothing more damaging than a politicized army, but the IDF has nevertheless adopted the liberal agenda lock, stock, and barrel. The latest manifestation of this came in the form of promoting of homosexual marriage.

EU Threatens Fines for Failing to Take in Refugees

March 2 - The EU on Thursday stepped up warnings that countries could be punished if they fail to share the burden of mainly Syrian refugees stranded in Greece and Italy. Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said member states had until September to take in 160,000 Syrian and other refugees from the two countries, which have been on the frontline of the migration crisis. So far only 13,500 have been relocated in a process bogged down by general inertia and resistance from...

Unreported: 1,500 Pedophile Arrests Have Been Made Nationally Since Trump Took Office

February 28 - President Donald Trump is making good on his pledge to use the “full force and weight” of the U.S. government to break up child sex trafficking rings and lock up sexual predators. Since Trump was sworn in, authorities have arrested more than 1,500 pedophiles in the United States. “This should be one of the biggest stories in the national news. Instead, the mainstream media has barely, if at all, covered any of these mass pedophile arrests. This begs the question...

DREAMer arrested in Miss. after speaking about immigration issues

March 1 - A woman who identified herself as a DREAMer was arrested after speaking at an immigration press conference in Jackson, Mississippi, CBS affiliate WJTV reports. The arrest came amid a string of immigration raids and a lack of clarity about the scope of the Trump administration’s plans for deportations. Daniela Vargas was taken into custody on Wednesday, according to attorneys Ramiro Orozco and Abby Peterson and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

France Targets Pro-Lifers, Kills Their Free Speech Rights

February 24 - Your free speech rights are canceled! That's the message the French government is sending to anyone who wants to defend the rights of the unborn on the internet in France. Bottom line: The government has decided that people who express pro-life beliefs online will now be treated as criminals. The National Right to Life reports violators could face up to two years in prison and a fine up to $37,000. The European Center for Law and Justice says the law bans any information on abortion...

Ann Coulter: How to Provide Universal Health Care Using This One Easy Trick

March 1 - The first sentence of Congress’ Obamacare repeal should read: “There shall be a free market in health insurance.” Right there, I’ve solved the health insurance crisis for 90 percent of Americans. Unfortunately, no one can imagine what a free market in health care looks like because we haven’t had one for nearly a century. On NBC’s “Meet the Press” this weekend, for example, Chuck Todd told Sen. Tom Cotton that his proposal to create affordable health care that would be widely available...

Iraqi Asylum Seeker Jailed for Raping Drunk Woman in London

March 1 - An Iraqi asylum seeker has been jailed for luring a “vulnerable”, drunk woman into his basement and raping her after she missed the last bus home. Ismael Ali Omer, 32, approached the “clearly drunk” woman in August last year, after seeing her stranded at a bus stop following a night out in Shepherd’s Bush, West London. Mr. Omer claimed asylum in the UK after being tortured by Saddam Hussain’s regime. He is still unable to return because his hometown is now controlled by Islamic State.

Moroccan Migrant Raped up to 230 Women Since 2015

March 2 - A serial rapist from Morocco — who also robbed and drugged his victims — could have assaulted as many as 230 people since 2015, Belgian investigators say. The revelation about the 36-year-old migrant, who La Dernière Heure reports has been in prison for the last five months serving time for crimes including rape, assault, embezzlement, theft, and breach of trust, was made by Belgian police last week. As the count of known victims of the Moroccan rose from 19 to 22, police disclosed the man...

Ten Incidents in Ten Days That Proved Trump Right on Sweden’s Migration Problem

March 2 - The media and Swedish politicians were in an uproar after President Donald J. Trump chose to highlight the negative effects of mass migration in Sweden. But ten days later, here are ten incidents that proved him right. When former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt asked the U.S. president “what is he smoking?” on Twitter and other celebrities berated President Trump over his comments on 19 February, many wondered what is actually going on in Sweden. Here is a list of incidents that have...

Le Pen’s Globalist Rival: Don’t Worry About Mass Migration, Newcomers ‘Renew Our Society’

March 2 - Maintaining that mass migration is inescapable and will only accelerate, former investment banker Emmanuel Macron said immigrants are good for France and bring “fresh bursts of creativity and innovation” to society. The presidential race’s establishment candidate also asserted that problems in migrant communities have nothing to do with waves of mass migration but are due to France’s failure to integrate them properly. He also voiced support for positive discrimination...

Marine Le Pen's immunity removed by EU

March 2 - European Union lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to lift the EU parliamentary immunity of French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen for tweeting pictures of Islamic State violence. Le Pen, a member of the European parliament, is under investigation in France for posting three graphic images of ISIS executions on Twitter in 2015, including the beheading of United States journalist James Foley. Responding to a request from the French judiciary, the EU lawmakers originally voted...

February 23, 2017

Franklin Graham: 'NFL Is Trying to Push Homosexuality Through a New Pro-Same-Sex Ad'

February 21 - In a warning about the sinfulness of homosexual sex and the deceit in calling such acts "love," Christian preacher Franklin Graham criticized a new Ad Council commercial filmed at the 2017 Pro Bowl and explained that the "NFL is trying to push homosexuality through" the homosexual ad. The ad, "Fans of Love/Love Has No Labels", relies on the kiss cam at the January 29th Pro Bowl to show various couples kissing each other or hugging, including two homosexual men and two...

Chicago School Principals Told Not to Let ICE Agents In

February 23 - As educators around the United States wonder whether a crackdown on immigrants will reach their schoolhouse doors, principals in Chicago have been given a simple order: Do not let federal immigration agents in without a criminal warrant. The stand taken by Chicago Public Schools, the country's third-largest school system, is among the boldest of the districts that have announced measures to protect those who may be living in the country illegally. It remains unknown how...

Dems Organizing Anti-Trump Protests in Mexico

February 23 - The overseas arm of the Democrat Party is responsible for organizing a protest in Mexico as a pair of U.S. cabinet secretaries visit the country. Democrats Abroad, the “official Democrat Party arm for the millions of Americans living outside the United States,” is organizing a protest outside the American embassy in Mexico City in response to a visit by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly. “Democrats Abroad Mexico and other progressive...

Man Leaps Over Barricade To Snatch Confederate Flag On Live TV

February 23 - A Black Lives Matter activist has been arrested after making an incredible running leap through police tape to snatch away a Confederate flag at a demonstration in Charleston, South Carolina. Muhiyidin d’Baha, 31, was charged with disorderly conduct for his feat on Wednesday, a Charleston Police Department spokesman told The Huffington Post. The act was caught on live television, and can be seen below. D’Baha, whose real name is Muhiyidin Elamin Moye, attempted to snatch the flag...

Anchorage-area high school bans Confederate flag

February 23 - An Anchorage-area school has banned the display of the Confederate flag after some students posed with a version of the flag for photos inside the school. Chugiak High School Principal David Legg sent an email to parents Tuesday banning the flag from the school. He also made an announcement at school Tuesday, The Alaska Star reported. The announcement comes weeks after five students posed with a version of the Confederate battle flag that also depicted the silhouette of a woman...

French police raid Le Pen's party office

February 21 - Police in France raided the offices of presidential candidate Marine Le Pen on Monday (February 20th) as part of a fraud investigation. The leader of the far-right National Front is suspected of using fake EU parliament contracts to swindle the EU taxpayer out of some €340,000. A statement issued by the party claims the investigation is a media smear campaign designed to derail her presidential ambitions. "For the second time, a raid took place at the same offices, over the same allegations...

UMich students demand no-whites-allowed space to plot ‘social justice’ activism

February 23 - A student activist group at the University of Michigan is demanding campus officials provide them with “a permanent designated space on central campus for Black students and students of color to organize and do social justice work.” The demand is one of several lodged by “Students4Justice,” who this month ratcheted up campus demonstrations to pressure administrators to cave, complaining in a newly launched petition that President Mark Schlissel has snubbed their demands.

Danish man who videoed himself burning the Quran charged with blasphemy

February 23 - A Danish man who posed a video of himself setting fire to the Quran on Facebook has been charged with blasphemy in the first such prosecution for 46 years. The 42-year-old suspect put the clip, entitled “Consider your neighbour: it stinks when it burns" to a group called “YES TO FREEDOM – NO TO ISLAM” in December 2015. Jan Reckendorff, from the public prosecutor’s office in Viborg, said: “It is the prosecution's view that circumstances involving the burning of holy books such as the Bible...

Alabama Working on Protections for Faith-Based Adoption Groups

February 23 - An Alabama Senate committee has passed a bill that would protect the rights of faith based adoption agencies to make decisions based on their religious beliefs. It's an issue that could come into play if homosexual couples try to force those agencies to provide services for adoptions or foster care. The bill was advanced by Alabama's Senate Health Committee Wednesday in a vote of 6-1. The legislation would prohibit the state from refusing to license or sign contracts with adoption groups...

7 Earth-Size Worlds Found Orbiting Star; Could Hold Life

February 22 - For the first time, astronomers have discovered seven Earth-size planets orbiting a single nearby star – and these new worlds could hold life. This cluster of planets is less than 40 light-years away in the constellation Aquarius, according to NASA and the Belgian-led research team who announced the discovery Wednesday. The planets circle tightly around a dim dwarf star called Trappist-1, barely the size of Jupiter. Three are in the so-called habitable zone, the area around a star where water...

University of Washington Declares Proper Grammar Is Racist

February 22 - The Writing Center at the University of Washington is telling students that expecting Americans to use proper grammar perpetuates racism. A press release put out by the University of Washington’s Writing Center argues that “there is no inherent ‘standard’ of English,” and that pressure to conform to proper American grammar standards perpetuate systems of racism. “Linguistic and writing research has shown clearly for many decades that there is no inherent ‘standard’ of English...

Trudeau Effect: Most Canadians Distrust Government for First Time in 17 Years

February 22 - A new poll finds that more Canadians distrust their government than trust it for the first time in 17 years, following a series of ethics scandals surrounding liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The poll, part of a global survey known as the Edelman Trust Barometer, also found a profound distrust of the nation’s major institutions and elites, with nearly three in four Canadians responding that they trust leaked information more than they would trust information deliberately published by a corporation or institution.

China Preparing to Install Long-Range Missiles in South China Sea

February 23 - China has built artificial islands and military bases, annexing regions belonging to other countries, all in violation of international law, and specifically declared illegal by the United Nations Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in the Hague last year, but that isn’t stopping China from continuing its massive illegal and dangerous military buildup in the South China Sea. On Wednesday, reports emerged from unnamed US intelligence officials that China has built on its artificial islands...

Israeli fighter jet shoots down Hamas drone

February 23 - An Israeli Air Force fighter jet shot down an unmanned aircraft of Hamas which was making its way from the Gaza Strip to the Mediterranean on Thursday afternoon. The drone was shot down before it managed to infiltrate Israel, and fell into the sea after being intercepted. The IDF Spokesperson's Unit said that "the IDF will not allow any airspace violation and will act resolutely against any such attempt." The drone was operated by militants from Hamas's military wing. It was identified immediately...

Trump revokes Obama guidelines on transgender bathrooms

February 23 - President Donald Trump's administration, on Wednesday, revoked landmark guidance to public schools letting transgender students use the bathrooms of their choice, reversing a signature initiative of former Democrat President, Barack Obama. Reversing the Obama guidelines stands to inflame passions in the latest conflict in America between believers in traditional values and social progressives, and is likely to prompt more of the street protests that followed Trump's November 8 election.

California Defies Trump on Transgender Bathrooms for Kids

February 23 - The California Department of Education reacted angrily Wednesday to President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw President Barack Obama’s federal guidelines on transgender facilities in public schools. The Obama administration urged schools to allow students to use bathrooms and locker rooms according to their “gender identity,” as opposed to biological sex. That could have resulted in anatomically male students undressing in front of female students, for example, and vice versa.

Germany runs up record budget surplus of nearly 24 bn euros

February 23 - Germany notched up another record budget surplus in 2016, official data showed Thursday, as calls mount for Europe's top economy to loosen its purse strings and invest more. The country's federal, state and local governments together achieved an overall surplus in their public finances of 23.7 billion euros ($25 billion) last year, according to Germany's statistics office Destatis. "In absolute terms, this was the highest surplus achieved by general government...

February 8, 2017

Second Swedish Police Officer Blows the Whistle on Migrant Crime Cover-Up

February 7 - A second Swedish police officer has gone public to blow the whistle on how authorities are covering up a migrant crime wave just days after another top cop was reported as a “racist” for making similar comments. Last week Peter Springare, police investigator and former deputy head of the division for serious crimes at the police in Örebro, made headlines after he wrote a Facebook post in which he detailed how the country was in “chaos” due to a never ending epidemic of serious crimes...

Facebook blocks links to stories about immigration as “abusive”

February 8 - It would appear that Facebook’s cracking down on so-called “fake news” was nothing more than a ploy to block articles that don’t fit its narrative. Last night, the social media giant began blocking the sending of some links to the Daily Express website, particularly on articles relating to UKIP or migrant crime. At a time when the majority of people get their news through social media, it’s worrying that Facebook would ban links to articles apparently based on their political stance...

France's Le Pen takes aim at EU in presidential bid launch

February 6 - Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen promised to take France out of the EU and Nato as she kicked off her presidential campaign in Lyon over the weekend. Le Pen told supporters on Sunday (5 February) she would give France its freedom back, and said: "Financial globalisation and Islamist globalisation are helping each other out. Those two ideologies aim to bring France to its knees." In a manifesto published at the beginning of the two-day rally Le Pen listed 144...

[Rewriting History] Virginia City Removes Nearly 100-Year-Old Statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee

February 7 - The City of Charlottesville, Virginia, has decided to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee that has stood in a city park for nearly 100 years, reports say. In a three to two vote, the Charlottesville City Council decided to eliminate the equestrian statue memorializing the Confederate hero that was first erected 93 years ago in the city’s Lee park. After the vote, city leaders also vowed to erase Lee’s name from the park, CBS reported. The final anti-Lee vote was cast by...

92% of left-wing activists live with their parents and one in three is unemployed, study of Berlin protesters finds

February 7 - The vast majority of left-wing protesters arrested on suspicion of politically-fuelled offences in Berlin are young men who live with their parents, a new report found. The figures, which were published in daily newspaper Bild revealed that 873 suspects were investigated by authorities between 2003 and 2013. Of these 84 per cent were men, and 72 per cent were aged between 18 and 29. More than half of the arrests were made in the Berlin districts of Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and Mitte, mostly during...

Two asylum seekers are charged with molesting five girls aged between 12 and 14 in a German swimming pool

February 8 - Two asylum seekers have been charged with molesting five girls between the ages of 12 to 14 at a German swimming pool. A local police report from the Ratzeburg force states the suspects were two 'southern-looking' men who molested them under the water. The men are 23 and 34 years old and are said to be asylum seekers living in Bad Oldesloe in the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein. The incident was reported to the lifeguards, according to the report, who kicked them out of the pool before...

Sanitation Crews Search for Dead Bodies Amid Piles of Pipeline Protester Trash

February 7 - Authorities in North Dakota are working to prevent an environmental catastrophe caused by the massive amounts of trash left behind by anti-oil pipeline protesters, local media report. State and tribal sanitation crews are rushing to remove piles of waste and debris left over from the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline before weather warms and the mountains of trash turn toxic. According to cleaning crews, they're worried they might even find dead bodies among the piles of refuse...

Secaucus transgender boy returns to Scouting

February 7 - In a moment of historic significance, Joe Maldonado put on a Cub Scout uniform on Tuesday night as he became a member of Pack 20 in Essex County while his mother held back tears — one week after the Boy Scouts of America changed its national policy to allow transgender children to be scouts. Scouting's decision to change its longtime policy came about a month after The Record reported that Joe had been thrown out of a Cub Scout pack in Secaucus last year because he was born a girl.

The sad decline and fall of the Boy Scouts

February 7 - Sir Robert Baden-Powell began the Boy Scout movement in England in 1908, and two years later, the Boys Scouts of America was incorporated, Feb. 8, 1910. Robert Baden-Powell was educated at Charterhouse, London, and joined the English hussars in 1876. As a soldier for in British Empire, which was the largest empire in world history, Robert Baden-Powell served in India, Afghanistan, and South Africa. In 1895, he commanded native troops in Ashanti, and later served in the Matabele campaign.

Trump proven right: Media spinning terror stories

February 8 - President Donald Trump has been severely critical of the news media for doing what he called a poor job of covering instances of Islamic terrorism not only in the U.S. but around the world. The White House released a list late Monday of 70 terrorist attacks “executed or inspired” by ISIS, many of which Trump spokesman Sean Spicer said were not give sufficient coverage by the national media. “You have seen what happened in Paris and Nice. All over Europe, it’s happening,” Trump told...

Vizio smart TVs tracked viewers around the clock without consent

February 6 - Vizio, one of the world's biggest makers of Smart TVs, is paying $2.2 million to settle charges that it collected viewing habits from 11 million devices without the knowledge or consent of the people watching them. According to a complaint filed Monday by the US Federal Trade Commission, Internet-connected TVs from Vizio contained ACR—short for automated content recognition—software. Without asking for permission, the ACR code captured second-by-second information about...

Human-Pig GMO Created at Vaccine Institute

February 7 - In Greek mythology, a chimera is a fire-breathing monster created from different species, most often portrayed as a creature with a lion's head, a goat's body and a serpent's tail. Chimeras have long been regarded as mythical creatures, to the extent that the word "chimera" also means "an illusion or fabrication of the mind" or "an unrealizable dream." Among humans, chimeras, or people who have two genetically distinct types of cells, do exist, however. Most often this occurs among...