Turmoil has gripped the leadership ranks of the California National Guard, with the firing of the general who commanded its air branch, the suspension of a second key general, and new limits placed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on the organization’s use of fighter jets for civilian missions.
Newsom’s office and the head of the Guard, Maj. Gen. David S. Baldwin, refused to provide details on the reasons behind the recent leadership changes other than a statement from the Guard saying that the organization “is committed to facilitating a positive working environment for all of its members, regardless of gender and ethnicity.” Continue reading “Turmoil Shakes California National Guard with Firing, Suspension of Top Generals”
Human Life International – by Brian Clowes, PhD, January 2017
The United States National Security Council is the highest decision-making body on foreign policy in the United States. On December 10, 1974, it promulgated a top secret document entitled National Security Study Memorandum or NSSM-200, also called The Kissinger Report. Its subject was “Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.” This document, published shortly after the first major international population conference in Bucharest, was the result of collaboration among the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Departments of State, Defense and Agriculture. Continue reading “2017: Exposing the Global Population Control Agenda”
Mayo Clinic – by Marc A. Shampo, PhD and Robert A. Kyle, MD
American-born biochemist-geneticist J. Craig Venter is acknowledged, along with geneticist Francis Sellers Collins (1950-), as being a primary force behind the Human Genome Project. Venter, with private funding, and Collins, with public funding, independently mapped and sequenced human DNA. Their reports appeared in 2001 (one in Nature and the other in Science). A sheet of 5 stamps (Scott No. 561) issued by Palau in 1999 provides an opportunity to honor J. Craig Venter indirectly. The sheet was issued to commemorate advances in science and medicine in the 20th century. One of the stamps representing the Human Genome Project shows the overall structure of DNA. Continue reading “J. Craig Venter—The Human Genome Project”
Apr. 3—The parents of convicted cop killer Eric Matthew Frein are not entitled regain dozens of firearms seized from their home as part of the investigation into their son’s crimes, a federal judge ruled.
U.S. District Judge Malachy Mannion said Eugene and Debra Frein have no right to the weapons because they were seized pursuant to a valid search warrant. Authorities continue to hold them in the event Eric Frein, who continues to appeal his case, wins a new trial. Continue reading “Frein’s parents not entitled to return of guns, judge rules”
The rise of devices that connect the human body to the web is accelerating rapidly. This Internet of Bodies could revolutionize health care and improve our quality of life. But without appropriate guardrails, it could also jeopardize our most intimate personal information and introduce several ethical concerns.
Continue reading “The Internet of Bodies Will Change Everything, for Better or Worse”
Business Insider – by Ryan Pickrell
The US Army is buying thousands of a new rifle that Marine and special-operations snipers also want — the Mk 22 Multi-Role Adaptive Design (MRAD) rifle.
The service awarded Barrett Firearms Manufacturing in Tennessee a five-year $49.9 million contract for 2,800 MRAD sniper rifles under the Precision Sniper Rifle program, which also includes the Leupold & Stevens Mark 5 HD scope and sniper-accessory kit, the Army said Wednesday. Continue reading “The Army is buying thousands of the ‘awesome’ new rifle that is fast becoming the sniper weapon of choice for the US military”
At least eight people died on Monday in a head-on collision between two vehicles during a police chase, Texas officials said.
Texas Department of Public Safety officials said the crash occurred Monday afternoon when DPS troopers were pursuing a red Dodge pickup truck and it crashed head-on into a white Ford F-150 that was driving on the highway, KSAT reported. Continue reading “At least eight killed in head-on collision during police chase, Texas officials say”
Need to Know
Dr. Samantha Bailey, a family doctor from New Zealand, answers questions about Covid-19. She begins by playing a video clip from the UK’s chief economic advisor, Sir Patrick Vallance, who says that the PCR test is useless because it responds to very low levels of cellular fragments that may not even be infectious. Therefore, a positive PCR test does not mean that a person is either sick or infectious. Continue reading “New Zealand Doctor Explains the Non-Science Behind Covid-19 and the €225,000 Reward for Anyone Who Can Prove it Exists”