RT

An Israeli man has petitioned a court for a restraining order against God because He hasn’t been too nice to him lately.

David Shoshan, a resident of Haifa in northern Israel, told the city’s Magistrate’s Court Tuesday that God had been unduly cruel to him lately.   Continue reading “Israeli man seeks restraining order against God for not being nice”

Think Progress – by Josh Israel

Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore (R), who is currently seeking her party’s nomination for an open U.S. House seat, said last week that she believes the right to self defense includes the right to aim your gun anyone who aims a gun at you, even if they are a law enforcement officer.

In an interview with a local TV station last Sunday, Fiore attacked the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) as “a bureaucrat agency of terrorism.” Pressed by KLAS-8 host Steve Sebelius about whether she believes the Second Amendment grants citizens the right to point a weapon at a “duly authorized law enforcement officer who is just out there doing his job,” she said that self-defense includes the right to aim back at anyone who points a gun at you first — and to put your own life ahead of theirs.   Continue reading “Nevada Lawmaker: It’s Okay To Aim Guns At Cops If They Aim At You First”

Fox 31

BURLINGTON, Colo. — Two men are in custody after the death of a woman on Friday, the Burlington Police Department said.

Police arrested Dylan Eason, 19, and Isaiah Churchwell, 24, in connection with the death of Cynthia Campbell Eason that occurred in Eason’s home in the 1300 block of Jasmine Street.   Continue reading “Two arrested, including stepson, in death of Burlington veterinarian”

CNS News

MIAMI (AP) — On a recent Saturday morning in South Florida, 50-year-old Edgar Ospina stood in a long line of immigrants to take the first step to become an American.

Ospina has spent almost half his life in the U.S. after emigrating from his native Colombia, becoming eligible for citizenship in 1990. But with Donald Trump becoming a more likely presidential nominee by the day, Ospina decided to wait no more, rushing the paperwork required to become a citizen.   Continue reading “Trump’s rise is driving immigrants to become citizens”

Washington Examiner – by Paul Bedard

President Obama has budgeted $17,613 for each of the estimated 75,000 Central American teens expected to illegally cross into the United States this year, $2,841 more than the average annual Social Security retirement benefit, according to a new report.

The total bill to taxpayers: $1.3 billion in benefits to “unaccompanied children,” more than double what the federal government spent in 2010, according to an analysis of the administration’s programs for illegal minors from the Center for Immigration Studies. The average Social Security retirement benefit is $14,772.   Continue reading “Obama budgets $17,613 for every new illegal minor, more than Social Security retirees get”

Natural News – by Isabelle Z.

To casual observers, Oregon might seem like an idyllic state where people are at one with nature, cycling and hiking surrounded by greenery, and fishing in crystal-clear streams. While the state is undoubtedly blessed with an abundance of natural riches, what you see on the surface is only part of the story.

What is the rest of the story, you ask? The award-winning new film from Pacific Rivers, Behind the Emerald Curtain, fills in a lot of the blanks. The film paints a bleak but honest picture of Oregonians affected by logging, landslides caused by clearcutting and toxic pesticide spraying.   Continue reading “Oregon’s natural beauty may vanish in the near future, thanks to toxic pesticides, man-made landslides and excessive logging”

ABC News

Donald Trump is being criticized by the Anti-Defamation League for repeating a slogan the group believes to be anti-Semitic.

The ADL has taken issue with Trump’s use of the phrase “America First” to describe his approach to foreign policy.

The phrase was originally used by a group called the America First Committee in the 1940s, which pushed to keep the U.S. out of World War II.   Continue reading “Trump Slammed by Jewish Group Over ‘America First’ Slogan”

The New American – by Steve Byas

Led by Governor Sam Brownback, the state of Kansas informed the Obama administration this week that it is defying its dictates for Kansas to cooperate in the resettlement of refugees from Syria. In a letter to Robert Carey, director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, Brownback wrote, “The State of Kansas hereby withdraws its Refugee Resettlement Program State Plan and terminates its participation in all federal refugee resettlement grants and programs, effective at the earliest possible date.”

Brownback added that he was taking his action to “protect the safety and security interests of the State of Kansas.”   Continue reading “Kansas Defies Obama on Syrian Refugees”

Washington Examiner – by Paul Bedard

America loves kids, but Uncle Sam has a favorite: children of refugees.

Among recipients of food stamps, welfare cash and Social Security payments, refugee children receive more in taxpayer-funded aid than children of citizens, according to a new report on federal spending from the pro-immigration Migration Policy Institute.   Continue reading “Report: Children of refugees get more federal benefits than poor U.S. kids”

Judicial Watch

A government official warned employees deploying for the influx of illegal immigrant minors about health and safety risks because the new arrivals would have tuberculosis and some were young adults—not children—like the Obama administration proclaimed, according to records obtained by Judicial Watch. “We might as well plan on many of the kids having TB,” states a June 26, 2014 guidance e-mail from a Centers for Disease Control (CDC) environmental health scientist, Alaric C. Denton, as the agency prepared to handle the crisis. “Most of these kids are not immunized, so we need to make sure all our staff are immunized.” Denton, who is stationed at the CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, predicts in the directive that the agency will be overwhelmed pretty quickly and that screening requirements will be hard to keep up with.   Continue reading “CDC Official Warned Staff of Health, Safety Risks During Influx of Illegal Alien Minors: “Plan on Many of the Kids Having TB,” “Be Wary of Personal Safety.””

Political Insider – by Kosar

Target just caved to pressure from the Obama administration and liberal activists. They have announced that any “transgendered” person can use the bathroom in their stores, according to the gender they associate with.

Now in Target stores, men are allowed to use the restroom next to your daughter. Once called perverted, this is now a “civil right.”   Continue reading “Target Stores Make MASSIVE Announcement… Parents ARE FURIOUS!”

Boston.com – by Kristin Toussaint

Mark Wahlberg was spotted at the Boston Marathon finish line Monday morning filming a scene for his upcoming movie Patriots’ Day.

The Dorchester native was seen in Boston police gear on Boylston Street. Last month he posed in uniform with the Quincy Police Department after filming scenes with a SWAT team.   Continue reading “Mark Wahlberg was filming at the Boston Marathon finish line this morning”

Breitbart – by Julia Hahn

Social media posts, along with Cruz’s campaign website, reveal that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) supporters in the Colorado Republican Party were responsible for crushing an effort to give Colorado the ability to vote in a state primary.

In May of 2015, four Colorado Senate Republicans killed an initiative “to create a presidential primary in 2016,” reported the Denver Post. “Under the bill, Colorado would have held a presidential primary in March that ran parallel with the state’s complicated caucus system… when it came before the Senate Appropriations Committee, four Republicans voted to kill the bill with three Democrats supporting it.”   Continue reading “Revealed: Colorado Lawmakers Who Voted to Scrap Election Are Ted Cruz Delegates”

Off the Grid News – by Daniel Jennings

The Environmental Protection Agency is not protecting underground drinking water supplies from oilfield contamination and in several instances has allowed companies actually to dump wastewater into aquifers, the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) says in a new report.

The report blasts the EPA for its oversight in California, where, since 2014, the state has allowed oil companies to violate safe-drinking water laws. An AP analysis in 2015 found that California had handed out 2,000 permits giving oil companies permission to dump wastewater into federally protected drinking water. The tragedy impacted at least 11 aquifers.   Continue reading “The Government Just Admitted It Allowed The Poisoning Of Drinking Water”

Natural News – by LJDevon

In medical systems around the world, the hunt for viable, transplantable organs is on. The knowledgeable Jan Bollen of the Maastricht University Medical Centre points this out in two separate papers published this year in the American Journal of Transplantation and in the Journal of Medical Ethics. He suggested that the more “normalized” euthanasia becomes, the more the boundaries will be pushed for expediting organ harvesting.   Continue reading “Mandatory euthanasia coming soon to California so that medical industry can harvest organs from everyone right before killing them”

21st Century Wire

The US and UK media have descended into pure parody with their reporting of the recent Russian jet “buzzing” of USS Donald Cook, American Navy missile destroyer that “strayed” into Russian waters in the Baltic Sea.

The USS Donald Cook was 43 miles from Russian Naval base in Kaliningrad when the Russian jets “buzzed” the US naval destroyer. A Russian display of aerial dexterity that has sent the US and UK into a tail spin.   Continue reading “American Warship Sails “Dangerously Close” to Russia”

Personal Liberty – by Brandon Smith

If you are a longtime activist in the Liberty Movement then you are well aware that elections do not matter in terms of the future direction our nation takes. Presidents are puppets of international financiers, and so are most legislators. Whenever a president does attempt to go against the system, he either ends up shot by a “lone gunman,” or his office is disgraced by a conveniently-leaked scandal.

Today, elections represent the illusion of choice; that is all. The leadership of both major parties seem different in terms of their rhetoric, but this is all cosmetic. Underneath the talk, Democrat and Republican leaders are nearly identical in their support for bigger government, more centralization, less constitutional protections, more globalism, more power to international banks and central banks, and less transparency and accountability.   Continue reading “The weirdest possible outcomes for the strangest election in U.S. history”

ArsTechnica – by David Kravets

We’re all familiar with the Breathalyzer, the brand name for a roadside device that measures a suspected drunken driver’s blood-alcohol level. It has been in use for decades. Now there’s a so-called “textalyzer” device to help the authorities determine whether someone involved in a motor vehicle accident was unlawfully driving while distracted.

The roadside technology is being developed by Cellebrite, the Israeli firm that many believe assistedthe Federal Bureau of Investigation in cracking the iPhone at the center of a heated decryption battle with Apple.   Continue reading “First came the Breathalyzer, now meet the roadside police “textalyzer””

Mediaite – by Sam Reisman

Laura Bush suggested that if the general election came down to a contest betweenHillary Clinton and Donald Trump, she would likely vote for her fellow former first lady.

“I understand that Americans are angry and frustrated but we do not need someone in the Oval Office who mirrors and inflames our anger and frustration,” she said.   Continue reading “Laura Bush Suggests She’d Vote for Clinton Over Trump”