I was going to post this in the comments section but I wasn’t sure where, because I would really like some other folk’s opinions about what I am seeing.

Please bear in mind that I have only been on the net since Thursday and I’m backtracking through video of the Vegas shooting that took place a few days before.

The video I am referring to is the video posted on From The Trenches World Report on October 4th 2017 by Wade.   Continue reading “Muzzle flash or weird light reflections?”


Israel’s Health Ministry has moved to shut down all smoking rooms in public buildings, except for certain medical and mental health facilities.

To address the public health effects caused by smoking, the Parliament’s Drug Abuse Prevention and Labor, Social Affairs and Health Committees are also supporting legislation that will allow lawsuits totalling NIS 40 billion against tobacco companies operating in the country.

Continue reading “Israeli Health Officials Move to Ban Smoking in Public Places”

NBC News

MANCHESTER, England — Children were among 22 people killed in a suicide attack after an Ariana Grande concert at Britain’s Manchester Arena, police said early Tuesday.

The bomber also died when he detonated an improvised explosive device near one of the venue’s exits at 10:33 p.m. local time (5:33 p.m. ET) on Monday, according to authorities.

Officials said 59 other people were wounded, including some who suffered life-threatening injuries. Many others remained missing.   Continue reading “Manchester Arena Suicide Bombing: 22 Die at Ariana Grande Concert”


HONOLULU (AP) — A federal judge in Hawaii who temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban hours before it was set to take effect issued a longer-lasting order Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson held a hearing Wednesday on Hawaii’s request to extend his temporary hold. Several hours later, he issued a 24-page order blocking the government from suspending new visas for travelers from six Muslim-majority countries and from halting the U.S. refugee program.

Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin argued that even though the revised ban has more neutral language, the implied intent remains. He likened it to a neon sign flashing “Muslim Ban,” which the government hasn’t turned off.   Continue reading “A look at latest ruling on Trump administration travel ban”