Neutrino: Russian, Chinese and Indian experiments in quest for elusive material

Lake Baikal in Siberia to house Russia’s Dubna telescope to net neutrinos. WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Five scary evangelical Christian teachings which set the Duggar family up for the molestation disaster

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Sweden to relocate entire city for China’s energy

(WASHINGTONTIMES) — KIRUNA, Sweden — To feed China’s growing appetite for raw materials, this venerable mining town 90 miles north of the Arctic Circle is poised to become a cutting-edge Tomorrowland as it prepares to move buildings, residents and even a century-old wooden church to a new location a few miles away.

“These will be the first to go,” said Kjell Torma, editor of KirunaTidningen, the local newspaper, pointing to a row of red brick apartment blocks surrounded by construction fences. “If you want a cheap kitchen fan or some radiators, get in there.”

Over the next 10 years, Kiruna officials plan to demolish the apartments and most other buildings in this town of 18,000 residents and then rebuild them as far as three miles away — all part of an ambitious $375 million project to make way for the expansion of a giant iron mine as demand from China has suddenly made extraction here worth the investment.


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David Limbaugh: I Can’t Get Over Obama Being Marxist

We have always known Obama is a Marxist. Read the Communist Manifesto and then read Obama’s policy positions and you will find they line up perfectly.

When Will You Wake Up America?

Originally posted 2013-01-19 11:48:47.

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Arkansas school board caught cyber-bullying student advocate for LGBT rights

A school board member in Arkansas stands by disparaging comments she made on Facebook regarding a student advocate for LGBTQ rights, ArkansasOnline reports. In a statement on Friday, Bentonville School Board member Rebecca Sue Powers defended herself against charges of cyber-bullying a local public … WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Arkansas school board caught cyber-bullying student advocate for LGBT rights

A school board member in Arkansas stands by disparaging comments she made on Facebook regarding a student advocate for LGBTQ rights, ArkansasOnline reports. In a statement on Friday, Bentonville School Board member Rebecca Sue Powers defended herself against charges of cyber-bullying a local public … WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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No longer operational: Josh and Anna Duggar take down their official website

Josh and Anna Duggar’s official website is no longer operational, Time reports. Additionally, Josh Duggar’s is no longer scheduled to deliver a keynote speech this coming weekend at the Teach Them Diligently Christian homeschool convention in Sandusky, Ohio. After Josh Duggar admitted to multi… WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Quotes of the day


Voters in Ireland overwhelmingly chose to change their nation’s constitution Friday, becoming the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage through popular vote… Voter turnout in the majority Catholic nation was more than 60%, according to Fhlanghaile. Despite speculation in the run-up that opposition to the measure might have been understated because people […]

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St. Louis Cardinals to local cops: Stop using our mascot to promote ‘Police Lives Matter’

In response to a request from the St. Louis Cardinals, the St. Louis Police Officers Association has taken down a Facebook photo of Fredbird, mascot for the St. Louis Cardinals, posing with a blue sign that reads, “POLICE LIVES MATTER,” the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The photograph… WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Watch this activist politely destroy CNN for racism: ‘Whiteness gets nuance and blackness doesn’t’

Social activist Deray McKessan criticized the media over the weekend for the way they had handled a white biker shootout in Texas with “nuance,” but black rioters in Baltimore who did not kill anyone were not “humanized” in the same way. In an interview on Sunday, McKessan ex… WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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IRS is Giving Tax Refunds to Illegals Who Have Never Paid Taxes

Yup, you read the title correctly. The IRS has decided that if you have a social security number you can ask for, and get, a tax refund in the form of a tax credit nicknamed the ‘Amnesty Bonus’. Illegal immigrants … Continue reading

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Is sex abuse by UN Peacekeepers finally under examination?

Sending in the monsters to help

If you don’t live in some alternate fantasy world where the United Nations has been pure as the driven snow, you’ve likely heard more than a few horror stories about UN Peacekeeping forces being involved in some decidedly bad behavior over the years. The details of most of these allegations are unsuitable for publication here, […]

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Mastermind of death and his bookshelf

This week there was a release of “Osama bin Laden’s bookshelf” by the U.S. government. The first question to ask is, “Why now?”

The second question to ask is, “What was the government waiting for?”

There is a good chance that the “why now” had something to do with refuting Seymour Hersh’s article that said that the U.S. knew where Osama was for a very long time and that Pakistan most likely put him there. If Pakistan had put him there, then how could Osama bin Laden obtain the library that he had?

These are interesting questions, but more interesting is the analysis of what he had in his library and what it might have meant about Osama’s thoughts. I have contended since his death that he was worth more to us alive then dead. Many people say he would have become a martyr and that it was best that he be down in the sea. However, now that we see a very wide range of his reading, it would have been fascinating to see his brain under fMRI and PET scanners. As we learn more about these scanners, we can learn what is in the brains of killers. A professor at the University of Pennsylvania, Adrian Raine, wrote a book, “The Anatomy of Violence: The Biological Roots of Crime,” and has some fascinating data from many scans of violent criminals.

Alas, Osama bin Laden is in the bottom of the sea somewhere, and what we have now is some of his library. That gives us some clues, but it also leaves us with more questions.

There were many books that suggest he believed in the sheer corruption of America and that big business ran the country, that our elections are fixed and that the majority of our leaders were not on the up and up. Some of the books that point to this way of thinking include “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy” by Greg Palast, “Black Box Voting: Ballot Tampering in the 21st Century” by Bev Harris, “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man” by John Perkins, “The Secrets of the Federal Reserve” by Eustace Mullins. He also had many books on American war and what led up to war, including “The U.S. and Vietnam, 1787-1941″ by Robert Hopkins Miller, “The Oxford History of Modern War” by Charles Townsend and “Unfinished Business: U.S. Overseas Military Presence in the 21st Century” by Michael O’ Hanlon. He had attended a high school in Saudi Arabia and knew how to read English so he could read the books.

A book got press attention this week was “Bloodlines of the Illuminati” by Fritz Springmeier. Many members of the press who reported on it discussed the Illuminati as connected to the Masons. On one website, Springmeier is interviewed about his book, and he says that certain bloodlines control the world, including the DuPont, Kennedy, Rockefeller, Rothschild and Onassis bloodlines. Springmeier alleges that the Freemasons and the “Illuminati are hand in glove.” Springmeier also says that the top freemasons were also the top Illuminists. He claims that he was also part of this bloodline via his grandparents and that Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and FDR were Illuminati. It is true that many Masons were present for the signing of the Declaration of Independence and also the Constitutional Convention. I could have dismissed the Osama interest in this book if it hadn’t been for another book that was also on his bookshelf.

“The Secret Teachings of All Ages” by Manly Hall was written in 1928. It has many sections including a controversial chapter on Islam. Some of the chapters focus on Secret Societies and Masonic and Freemason symbolism as well as “The Qabbalah (Kabbalah), The Secret Doctrine of Israel” and “Mystic Christianity” and one other chapter on Christianity.

Putting the “Illuminati” book and the “Secret Teachings” books together, there are only two possibilities of Osama’s thought process. One possibility is that he was versed in the occult and had some regard for it as a motivator for religious and political thought. He most likely read those two books to prove to himself that somehow America had its start from infidels and, therefore, should be destroyed. Obviously, Israel was not on his list of desired nations, but somehow he reserved his greatest rage for America. Did he read books on what some say is our corrupt election and financial practices and books on secret and occult practices to justify his actions?

We will never know. We put Osama on the bottom of the sea, and with that we might have lost valuable knowledge on how a mastermind of death thought. Now all we have is clues from his library, and they are only clues.

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US: Iraqi forces showed ‘no will to fight’ in Ramadi

US says despite Iraqi forces having the capacity to fight Isis, they failed due to ‘lack of will’ in Ramadi. WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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3 ways Obama and Kim Jong Un are eerily similar

I’m not really sure who’s emulating whom, or if it’s just a creepy coincidence, but have you noticed how our own Dear Leader, Barack Obama, shares some eery similarities with North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Un? We’ve come up with three so far.

1. Very secretive youth.

There seem to be information gaps in both Obama’s and Kim’s formative years.
Apparently no official biography on Kim has ever been released, so the only known information on his early life comes from those who have defected from North Korea or people who have claimed to have seen him abroad. He apparently studied in Switzerland in several schools where he was described as an ambitious student who liked basketball, but his grades and attendance ratings were poor.

Of course we’re well-aware of the question marks surrounding Obama’s younger years, including his druggie days as member of the Choom Gang, the nature of his travel to Pakistan, and most recently, the stinging criticism from a University of Chicago professor who said “the other professors hated him because he was lazy, unqualified, never attended any of the faculty meetings.”

2. Passion for basketball

High school friends of Kim noted that he “worshipped NBA players” and proudly showed off pictures of himself with Toni Kukoc of the Chicago Bulls and Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers.

And unless you’ve been living under a rock, you must be well aware of Kim’s much publicized bromance with Dennis Rodman.

Of Obama’s obsession with basketball, the Washington Post said breathlessly, “to say that President Obama loves basketball understates the role of the sport in his life. He has been devoted to the game for 40 years now, ever since the father he did not know and never saw again gave him his first ball during a brief Christmastime visit. Basketball is central to his self identity. It is global yet American-born, much like him. It is where he found a place of comfort, a family, a mode of expression, a connection from his past to his future. With foundation roots in the Kansas of his white forebears, basketball was also the city game, helping him find his way toward blackness, his introduction to an African American culture that was distant to him when he was young yet his by birthright.”

Um, really? I feel a bit queasy right now.

3. Purging the military

We’ve written here on many occasions about how Obama seems to be doing his best to dramatically reduce the might and strength of our military. Estimates of how many officers have been relieved of command since he took office range around the 200 mark with at least nine generals and 157 Air Force majors losing their posts.

Kim also seems intent on purging his top brass, except instead of just firing them, he fires AT them.

We reported recently about the official executed for falling asleep in a meeting. Hyon Yong-Choi was apparently blasted by an anti-aircraft gun in front of a gallery of observers.

“In the latest cull, the North Korean despot is said to have ordered the death of his vice armed forces minister, So Hong-chan, and several others close to him for not following his orders.”

So that’s our top three…for now. Please let us know if we’ve left anything on the list.


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Iran denies military site inspections under nuclear agreement

Iran’s deputy foreign minister denies allowing military site inspections under nuclear deal with P5+1 leaders. WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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‘There can be no peace with the forces of evil’

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Southern women scattered spring flowers on graves of both northern Union and southern Confederate soldiers of the Civil War in which over a half-million died.

Many places claimed to have held the original Memorial Day, such as:

  • Warrenton, Virginia
  • Columbus, Georgia
  • Savannah, Georgia
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
  • Boalsburg, Pennsylvania
  • Waterloo, New York

One such place was Charleston, South Carolina, where a mass grave was uncovered of 257 Union soldiers who had died in a prison camp. On May 1, 1865, former slaves organized a parade, led by 2,800 singing black children, and reburied the soldiers with honor in gratitude for their freedom.

In 1868, General John A. Logan, commander of the Civil War veterans’ organization “The Grand Army of the Republic,” called for a Decoration Day to be observed annually on May 30. President James Garfield’s only executive order was in 1881 where he gave government workers May 30 off so they could decorate the graves of those who died in the Civil War.

Memorial Day grew to honor all who gave their lives defending America’s freedom, including those from the Spanish-American War, World Wars I and II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, Desert Storm, the War against Islamic Terror and up to current conflicts.

In 1968, Memorial Day was moved to the last Monday in May. After World War I, in 1921, President Warren Harding had the remains of an unknown soldier killed in France buried in the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery. Inscribed on the Tomb is the phrase: “Here rests in honored glory an American soldier known but to God.”

Since 1921, it has been the tradition for presidents to lay a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which is guarded 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The number 21 being the highest salute, the sentry takes 21 steps, faces the tomb for 21 seconds, turns and pauses 21 seconds, then retraces his steps.

At the Memorial Day ceremony, May 31, 1993, President Bill Clinton remarked: “The inscription on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier says that he is ‘Known only to God.’ But that is only partly true. While the soldier’s name is known only to God, we know a lot about him. We know he served his country, honored his community, and died for the cause of freedom. And we know that no higher praise can be assigned to any human being than those simple words. … In the presence of those buried all around us, we ask the support of all Americans in the aid and blessing of God Almighty.”

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In 1958, President Eisenhower placed soldiers in the tomb from WWII and the Korean War.

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan placed a soldier from the Vietnam War in the tomb. DNA tests later identified him as pilot Michael Blassie, a graduate of St. Louis University High School, 1966 and the U.S. Air Force Academy, 1970, whose A-37B Dragonfly was shot down near An Loc, South Vietnam. In 1998, Michael Blassie was reburied at Jefferson Memorial Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri.

In his 1923 Memorial address, President Calvin Coolidge stated: “There can be no peace with the forces of evil. Peace comes only through the establishment of the supremacy of the forces of good. That way lies through sacrifice. … ‘Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.’”

Charles Michael Province, U.S. Army, wrote the poem:

“It is the Soldier, not the minister
Who has given us freedom of religion.

It is the Soldier, not the reporter
Who has given us freedom of the press.

It is the Soldier, not the poet
Who has given us freedom of speech.

It is the Soldier, not the campus organizer
Who has given us freedom to protest.

It is the Soldier, not the lawyer
Who has given us the right to a fair trial.

It is the Soldier, not the politician
Who has given us the right to vote.

It is the Soldier who salutes the flag,
Who serves beneath the flag,
And whose coffin is draped by the flag,
Who allows the protester to burn the flag.”

In his Memorial Day address, May 31, 1923, President Calvin Coolidge said: “Settlers came here from mixed motives. … Generally defined, they were seeking a broader freedom. They were intent upon establishing a Christian commonwealth in accordance to the principle of self-government. … It has been said that God sifted the nations that He might send choice grain into the wilderness.”

Calvin Coolidge continued: “They had a genius for organized society on the foundations of piety, righteousness, liberty, and obedience of the law. … Who can fail to see in it the hand of destiny? Who can doubt that it has been guided by a Divine Providence?”

An anti-slavery politician during the Civil War was Abraham Lincoln’s secretary of state, William H. Seward. The same night Lincoln was shot, an accomplice of John Wilkes Booth broke into Seward’s home and wounded him in an attempted assassination.

Born May 16, 1801, William Henry Seward had been governor of the state of New York, 1839-43; and U.S. senator 1849-61. Seward was secretary of state during the War between the States, 1861-65, and during reconstruction under President Andrew Johnson, 1865-69.

William Henry Seward stated: “I do not believe human society, including not merely a few persons in any state, but whole masses of men, ever have attained, or ever can attain, a high state of intelligence, virtue, security, liberty, or happiness without the Holy Scriptures; even the whole hope of human progress is suspended on the ever-growing influence of the Bible.”

William Seward stated in his oration, “The Destiny of America”: “Shall we look to the sacred desk? Yes, indeed; for it is of Divine institution, and is approved by human experience. The ministers of Christ, inculcating Divine morals, under Divine authority, with Divine sanction, and sustained and aided by special cooperating influences of the Divine Spirit, are now carrying further and broadly onward the great work of the renewal of the civilization of the world, and its emancipation from superstition WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Ex-Reagan adviser: Fox News is ‘self-brainwashing’ Republicans into a radical fringe party

Economist Bruce Bartlett, a former adviser to both Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, warned over the weekend that Fox News had damaged the Republican Party by creating a bubble for conservatives to brainwash themselves. In his paper “How Fox News Changed American Media and Politic… WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Prominent Lt. General Tells Dave Hodges of the Coming Civil War

Yesterday, I was fortunate enough to speak to the Chino Valley, AZ chapter of the Oath Keepers. I came away convinced that I shared a room, for 90 minutes, with people who grasp the importance of the times that we … Continue reading

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Hull relegated from the Premier League as Newcastle survive on final day

Steve Bruce’s side were held to a goalless draw by Manchester United as Newcastle beat West Ham 2-0. WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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