President Trump in his speech to the Jewish Republican coalition showed his faithfulness to the State of Israel and the Jewish people. He has already declared Jerusalem the capital of Israel; and has supported the annexation of the Golan. He has also cancelled the Nuclear weapons agreement with Iran. In his speech to the Jewish Coalition of the Republican Party he promised to continue to support the Jewish people against Anti-Semitism.
- Kirstjen Nielsen abruptly resigned Sunday evening as Secretary of Homeland Security, with immediate effect. President Trump thanked Nielsen in a tweet later that night. Kevin McAleenan, head of Customs and Border Patrol, now takes over as Acting Secretary.
- Israelis go to the polls Tuesday, in Knesset elections largely seen as a referendum on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The elections take place under a cloud of possible indictments against the Prime Minister for corruption. A victory would extend Netanyahu’s decade-long reign, and allow him to become the country’s longest-serving Prime Minister this summer.
- On Wednesday, Parliament voted 313-312 to require Theresa May’s government to request another extension from Brussels, and avoid leaving the European Union without a deal. The UK is set to crash out next Friday if no agreement can be achieved.
The time has come to make an international law prohibiting the cursing of God and his prophets. Freedom of speech does not include cursing God or his prophets in public. The hatred between religions continues to build up including the hatred between the secular and religious. The prohibition of cursing God is one of the seven commandment of the children of Noah.
- In European elections, liberal Zuzana Caputova defeated Socialist Maros Sefcovic in the second round, to become SLOVAKIA’s first woman President. The election took place in the shadow of the murder of an investigative journalist last year. Meanwhile, in UKRAINE, incumbent President Petro Poroshenko trails Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian who portrays Poroshenko on television.
Right now, it should belong to Israel, because Israel is strong enough to hold it. Or to anyone strong enough to take it away. The Golan, or the Golan Heights as it is more commonly referred to, has been a land of war for countless centuries.
In order to fully understand who should have full administration over the Golan, we must take into account the full history of the region, and weigh any possible dangers to the parties concerned. And we must also ascertain the fact that war has it’s gains and losses. In doing so, we must research the oldest known text on the matter, and to my knowledge, the Holy Bible is the most authorative text. Not the Quran.
- In a four-page letter delivered to Congress last week, Attorney General William Barr indicated that no evidence of conspiracy or coordination between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government was found by special counsel Robert Mueller. Barr wrote that Mueller neither exonerated nor implicated the President on obstruction of justice.
- On the day the United Kingdom was originally set to leave the European Union, it is no clearer how, when, or even if Brexit will occur. Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement was rejected on Friday, again, by 58 votes. Ms. May had, apparently, attempted to sweeten the deal by offering to leave if her agreement passed.
Earth Hour will be held around the world between 8:30 and 9:30 pm local time on Saturday. If it is anything like past Earth Hours, we are going to hear a lot about reducing ‘carbon pollution,’ ‘carbon emissions,’ and our supposed ‘carbon footprint.’ Indeed, the Earth Hour Australia webpage, “Choose your climate future,” starts:
“Global warming, caused by carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels…”
Have you been wondering why the leftist Democrats want open borders?
As overcrowded and under-jobbed as the United States is, why would they want open borders? We can’t simply chalk it up to ignorance of elementary mathematics. There has to be a driving force behind their actions. Recent studies show that South American peoples (Mexicans, Hondurans, and others) are being assimilated into Islam at a much faster rate than all other cultures.
- The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces declared victory over the so-called Islamic State on Saturday, and the complete liberation of its territory. The battle for Baghouz, all that remained of Daesh’s once vast territory throughout Iraq and Syria, dragged on for more than ten weeks.
- The European Union’s remaining 27 member states voted on Thursday to delay the United Kingdom’s planned exit. Instead of the original March 28 deadline, Prime Minister Theresa May will have until May 22— the day before European Parliament elections— to get her divorce deal through Westminster. Otherwise, the UK will be out by April 12.
As one who endured years of bullying for being “different” and criminal victimization, Greshun De Bouse knows firsthand how psychologically and physiologically debilitating bullying can be. It had reduced her to a stagnant couch potato-the exact opposite of who she really is. With her prevailing compassion for others despite her own circumstances, she knew something had to be done!
- Special Counsel Robert Mueller submitted his long-awaited report Friday, investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, and possible obstruction of justice by President Trump. What is to become of the confidential report remains unclear.
- Trump claimed that if it wasn’t for the decisions of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, the U.S. economy would have expanded above a 4% annual rate in 2018. “Frankly if we didn’t have somebody that would raise interest rates and do quantitative tightening, we would have been at over 4[%] instead of a 3.1[%],”The Fed kept its key policy target unchanged at 2.25% to 2.5% on Wednesday.
Military Sexual Assault and Military Sexual Trauma are sensitive and controversial topics to discuss, but I have never been one to shy away from controversy. My articles have reflected my sometimes unpopular position that the military needed to open all its ranks to women service members.
- New Zealand is still picking up the pieces after at least 50 people were killed, and another 50 were injured, in Friday’s terror attack, the worst in the country’s history. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spent the weekend visiting grieving family members and the Muslim community. The attacks, on two mosques in Christchurch, have also prompted a debate over gun laws. The Police Association has called for a ban on semi-automatic weapons, and the Prime Minister has pledged, “our gun laws will change.”
- In a series of non-binding votes last week, Parliament approved a short delay of Britain’s divorce from the European Union, and ruled out the possibility of a no-deal Brexit. They also resoundingly rejected both Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal and a second referendum.
For those that don’t know what a Debt Jubilee is, let me briefly explain. The word Jubilee is from the Bible. Leviticus. Essentially it means that the whole community’s debt has been forgiven them, everything owned by the community, whether personal or business, is divided up into equal shares and given to the community.
- President Trump issued the first veto of his administration Friday, blocking a congressional resolution that rejected his national emergency declaration. The move came a day after twelve Republicans joined every Senate Democrat to send the resolution to his desk. “Congress has the freedom to pass this resolution and I have the duty to veto it,” Trump said at an Oval Office ceremony.
Woman today claim that the environment of the world (global warming and the threat of Nuclear War) is a good reason not to make a family. Birth Strike is part of the Woman’s Liberation movement. The movement is based on a book by Jenny Brown – Socialism and the Woman’s movement. It is important to listen to women. They have valid claims which should be considered.
Veterans may soon be provided free child care while undergoing treatment for mental health and other medical issues. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently announced the possibility of this benefit in hopes that it will make it easier for veterans to get help. A House of Representatives Bill (H.R. 840) would extend and seek to make permanent a 2011 pilot program Veterans Child Care benefits program.
The constitution of America is man-made law. It was an attempt by the founders of America to bring liberty and justice to America with the help of God. America declared independence–freedom the gift of God before writing the constitution. The Law of God begins with freedom. American Law is Judeo-Christian with freedom. The first amendment cannot reject the Declaration of Independence.
- FINLAND: The center-right government unexpectedly fell Friday, ahead of planned elections on April 14. The trigger was Prime Minister Juha Sipila’s failure to pass social and health care reforms. Sipila’s Center Party has trailed the Social Democrats in opinion polls since last May.
- Several 2020 presidential candidates, including Republicans Bill Weld and John Kasich, gathered in Austin this weekend for the 33rd SXSW conference. What began as a local music conference and festival has morphed into one of the biggest and most-influential gatherings anywhere, leading some to believe that Austin is the new Iowa.
- The House of Representatives voted to condemn “anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, racism and other forms of bigotry” Thursday, in the wake of controversial remarks by freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN). The vote was 407-23.
- Things have, for the most part, returned to normal, after a tumultuous week between nuclear-armed rivals, India and Pakistan. An Indian pilot was returned from Pakistan Friday, after being shot down over the disputed region of Kashmir on Wednesday. Now Washington wants to know if an F-16 was used in the dogfight.
- President Donald Trump says he will soon sign an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federal resources. Trump made his remarks to conservatives at the annual CPAC Conference in D.C. this weekend.
- Meanwhile, a man sought for the assault of a conservative activist on the University of California, Berkeley campus last month has been arrested. UC police arrested Zachary Greenberg Friday.
- U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un concluded their two-day nuclear summit in Hanoi, Vietnam with no deal. “Sometimes you have to walk,” Trump said at a news conference, following the summit.
- At least four people were killed, and hundreds more were injured, in a wave of violence across Venezuela this weekend. Opposition activists defied President Nicolas Maduro and attempted to bring emergency food and medical supplies into the country from Colombia.
Why are the public generally unaware of the important research that connects variations in the output of the Sun with climate change? They should know about it, since the Sun is responsible for far more climate change than anything we cause.
The reason for this ignorance is that the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the source of most people’s understanding about the field, was deliberately directed to study only the human causes of climate change.
- Trouble continues to build for Actor Jussie Smollett. His character on “Empire” will be removed from the final two episodes of this season in the wake of his arrest for allegedly coordinating a hate crime hoax. Some cast members think that Smollett sought to play on the show creator Lee Daniels’ emotions in the hopes of becoming “an LGBT hero” and curry favor with his boss.
- Members of the House will vote Tuesday on a resolution to block President Trump’s emergency declaration, Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Friday night. If successful, it would be the first time Congress has blocked such an action since the National Emergencies Act came in to force in 1976.
- Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz: “Meanwhile, far-left activists succeeded in forcing Amazon to abandon plans to create a second headquarters in the New York City area, which would have brought 25,000 jobs and injected billions of dollars into the local economy. Where has common sense gone?“
- Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez called a snap election, for April 28, on Friday. Sánchez became Prime Minister in May, after the first successful vote of no confidence in modern Spanish history. The announcement comes two days after his Socialist government was defeated in Congress, and failed to pass its budget.
- In an interview, to air Sunday night on “60 Minutes,” former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe says he briefly discussed invoking the 25th Amendment against President Trump with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Recently, the “Meituan” take-outs increased the commission: from the original 18% to 22%, an increase of 4% commission. Such a blatant increase in commissions, which led to domestic criticism, domestic consumers and businesses have expressed dissatisfaction.
- SYRIA: The US-backed, Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces announced Sunday they were engaged in fierce fighting as part of a “final push” against Daesh in Syria. The offensive comes as President Trump announced plans to declare, as early as next week, that all Daesh territory has been recovered.
- A Yellow Vest protestor was severely injured in Paris on Saturday, as police shot tear gas at those trying to knock down a barrier at the French Parliament. It is the second severe injury in as many weeks. The uprising against President Emmanuel Macron is in its thirteenth consecutive week.
- Virginia Democrats’ worst week in recent memory continued Friday. All three statewide elected officials— Governor Ralph Northam, Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax, and Attorney General Mark Herring— are mired in scandal, and facing demands to resign.
- President Trump’s planned address to Congress is back on. With the longest government shutdown in American history in the rear-view mirror (and another possibly ahead), the president will deliver his annual state of the union address, Tuesday at 9 PM Eastern.
- The president again hinted at announcing some kind of action toward a border wall during the address. When asked, he refused to rule a declaration of a state of emergency in or out, instead urging the media, and his audience, to watch the speech.
- Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is under intense pressure to leave office Friday night, after the discovery of a yearbook photo, in which he appeared either in blackface or in a Ku Klux Klan robe and hood. The press never found the yearbook, which was sitting on file at a local library, during last year’s Virginia governor race.
- Governor Northam apologized: “for the decision I made to appear as I did in this photo and for the hurt that decision caused then and now.” In a statement Friday evening, Northam did not resign, or identify which of the people in the photo was him.
Aid in the holy doctrine that wrath of Mother Nature is inevitable and comes to those who forget the basic principles of faith. Nonetheless, whatever happened in Brumadinho, Brazil cannot be overlooked or simply ignored. Consequently close to hundred have been reported dead and about three hundred missing in this silhouette of catastrophe – wiping out the whole village of Brumadinho. This is so far the causalities that have been quantified on an estimated basis, and more is yet to come. Nevertheless, whether it was due to the poor quality of raw material (to save cost) used in the construction of this dam or it was a genuine tragedy, the scope of recovering from the destitute cannot be objectified. Many organizations, such as “Developing Our World” and their associated partners have managed to gather a formidable task force of volunteers and at the same time collate enough aids for those affected by this unforeseen tragedy.
- PHILIPPINES: Terrorist group Daesh has claimed responsibility for a Sunday church bombing, which left 20 people dead and 100 wounded, on the southern island of Jolo. In response, a spokesman for President Rodrigo Duterte vowed to “crush these godless criminals.”
- In the last two weeks, mainstream media outlets have run wild with bombshell reports that turned out to be false. First, Buzzfeed claimed President Trump had directed Michael D. Cohen, his longtime lawyer and fixer, to lie to Congress about his role in negotiations to build a skyscraper in Moscow. The story led many well-known news outlets to begin speculating about a potential impeachment of Trump. Special Counsel Robert Mueller took the unusual step of issuing a public statement rebuking the story.
- A few days later media personalities on Twitter competed to one-up each other in their condemnations of Kentucky Catholic high school students who many claimed were mocking a Native American man at the Lincoln Memorial in a short video clip. The truth is that the 16-year-olds were subjected to a “verbal racist assault by grown men; and then the kids were accused of being bigots…How did this grotesque inversion of the truth become the central narrative for what seemed to be the entire class of elite journalists on Twitter?” asks Andrew Sullivan.
- Then yesterday, the UK Telegraph issued a public apology to First Lady Melania Trump for a Jan. 19 story they admit was filled with false statements. They also announced that as “a mark of our regret we have agreed to pay Mrs Trump substantial damages as well as her legal costs.”
- Former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson has compiled a long list of MSM errors adding “we defend ourselves by trying to convince the public that our mistakes are actually a virtue because we (sometimes) correct them. Or we blame Trump for why we’re getting so much wrong.”
- All of this hasn’t generated much sympathy for the 1,000 media industry employees who got laid off this week. HuffPost’s parent company Verizon announced a 7% cut to staff in its media division. BuzzFeed confirmed that it will lay off 15% of its staff and Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper chain, shed dozens of staffers throughout the country.