The question has been thrown around multiple times. Is Obama a christian? We in the conservative circle believe that he is without a doubt NOT a christian because of the way he chooses to run this country. From the very day Obama has come into the the White House, there have been instances where we can draw out the conclusion that he is in fact, not a follower of christ.

This old video that has been resurfaced, and found it’s way back into the limelight once again, originally uploaded in 2012, Barack Obama is showed mocking the bible and God in less than 3 minutes.   Continue reading “Video Surfaces Of Obama Mocking Jesus & The Bible”

Buzz Feed – by Jim Dalrymple II

A judge in Tijuana ordered the release of Andrew Tahmooressi from jail Friday after spending 214 days behind bars, a family spokesman said.

Tahmooressi — a former U.S. Marine sergeant — was imprisoned after he crossed into Mexico on March 31 with three loaded weapons. He said he crossed into the country with the weapons accidentally.

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Mexican Attorney General’s Office agreed to Tahmooressi’s release. He had been held in El Hongo State Penitentiary, near Tecate.

Continue reading “U.S. Marine Vet Held In Mexico Ordered Released From Jail”

Liberian health workers in a burial squad carrying the body of an Ebola victim in Monrovia in September 2014. Picture: EPA.Eye Witness News

BEIJING – China will dispatch an elite unit from the People’s Liberation Army to help Ebola-hit Liberia, the Foreign Ministry said on Friday, responding to UN calls for a greater global effort to fight the deadly virus in West Africa.

Washington has led the international drive to stop the spread of thedisease that has killed nearly 5,000 people, sending thousands of troops and committing about $1 billion, but Beijing has faced criticism for not doing enough.   Continue reading “China to send army unit to fight Ebola in Liberia”

nursing home bed 770Kaiser Health News – by Anna Gorman

California’s public health department has failed to adequately manage investigations of nursing homes statewide, resulting in a backlog of more than 11,000 complaints – many involving serious safety risks to patients, according to an audit released Thursday.

California State Auditor Elaine M. Howle found that the complaints had been open for a year on average – a time frame she called unreasonable and “very concerning.” Nearly 370 open complaints arose from situations that put patients in “immediate jeopardy,” meaning they caused or were likely to cause serious injury or death, according to the review, which looked at cases open as of April 2014. In the Los Angeles County district, 65 immediate jeopardy complaints were open an average of 514 days.   Continue reading “California Audit Finds Backlog Of 11,000 Nursing Home Investigations”

View image on TwitterMondoweiss – by Ben Norton

On 18 October 2014, a self-professed “racist” pro-Israel counter-protester at a Block the Boat action in Los Angeles told black Palestinian solidarity activist and radio personality Margaret Prescod to “take your Ebola a*s and get out.”

LA-based activist Taher Herzallah first tweeted the picture and quote:   Continue reading “‘Take your Ebola ass and get out’: L.A. confrontation highlights relationship between Zionism and anti-black racism”

Situation on the territory of Gabrovo Municipality seems to deteriorate with every passing hour: Mayor (ROUNDUP)Dr. Sircus

This is a serious warning: An early build-up of snow in the northern hemisphere suggests that governmental units, charities and families should be prepared for the possibility of extended periods of colder and/or snowier weather relative to average  this winter. This would especially be a factor in the mid-South where they are not used to getting much snow in the winter. Budgets are going to be busted with snow removal. Many families will struggle with increased heating bills.   Continue reading “Cold Climate Disaster Coming Our Way”

UrbanaWashington Post – by Dana Hedgpath

A door malfunction on an armored vehicle sent money flying along Interstate 270 on Friday morning.

The incident, which began about 8 a.m., initially was thought by officials to involve the crash of an armored vehicle that was headed northbound on I-270 near Route 80 in Urbana.

The driver of the vehicle, which was owned by Canada-based GardaWorld, was in the far left lane of the interstate when a lock on a door of the Ford E-350 van malfunctioned. A bag of cash fell out, sending bills flying.   Continue reading “Money flies on I-270 north near Urbana after armored truck’s door malfunctions”

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at a news conference in Brussels, 9 December 2011BBC News

Hungary has decided to shelve a proposed tax on internet data traffic after mass protests against the plan.

“This tax in its current form cannot be introduced,” Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday.

Large-scale protests began on Sunday, when demonstrators hurled old computer parts at the headquarters of Mr Orban’s ruling Fidesz party.   Continue reading “Hungary internet tax cancelled after mass protests”

Erica Maria Alvarado Rivera and her brother AlexYahoo News – by Christopher Sherman

MATAMOROS, Mexico (AP) — Authorities are investigating a possible police connection to the killing of three U.S. citizens visiting their father in Mexico who were found shot to death along with a Mexican friend more than two weeks after going missing.

Parents of the three siblings, whose bodies were identified Thursday, have said witnesses reported they were seized by men dressed in police gear calling themselves “Hercules,” a tactical security unit in the violent border city of Matamoros wracked by cartel infighting. Nine of the unit’s 40 officers are being questioned, Tamaulipas state Attorney General Ismael Quintanilla Acosta said.   Continue reading “Mexico police questioned in killing of 3 Americans”

ARS Technica – by Lee Hutchinson

Multiple sources are reporting the early termination of this morning’s test flight of Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, which suffered “an in-flight anomaly” at 16:09 UTC. The flight marked the first use of a new type of fuel to power the ship’s engine.

Unconfirmed reports from Twitter indicate that it is likely that one of SpaceShipTwo’s crew of two was killed in the accident. This information was picked up by at least one Twitter user listening to SpaceShipTwo’s air-to-ground radio over a local radio scanner audio feed.   Continue reading “One confirmed dead as Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo destroyed in test flight”

Central American immigrants get on the so-called La Bestia (The Beast) cargo train, in an attempt to reach the Mexico-US border, in Arriaga, Chiapas state, Mexico on July 16, 2014. (AFP Photo/Elizabeth Ruiz)RT

With November midterms just days away, the Democrats appear to be fishing for the Hispanic vote as the House Minority Leader called on President Obama to not only end deportations of illegals, but let their families enter as well.

Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, along with Democratic lawmakers Zoe Lofgren and Luis Gutiérrez, wrote an op-ed in Univision, the Spanish-language television website, which called on Obama – in Spanish – to grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants under the administration’s“Dream Act” plan.   Continue reading “Republicans outraged as Democrats demand amnesty for millions of illegal aliens”


FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — An attorney for the man accused of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham said Friday that he wants his client to be evaluated to determine his sanity.

Attorney James Camblos made the request for a psychiatric evaluation at an arraignment for Jesse L. Matthew Jr., 32, in Fairfax County Circuit Court, where he’s charged in a 2005 sexual assault unrelated to Graham’s disappearance and death.   Continue reading “Attorney wants UVa abduction suspect evaluated”

Kaci HickoxMail.com

FORT KENT, Maine (AP) — Kaci Hickox is free to travel unrestricted after a Maine judge on Friday rejected the state’s bid to limit her movements as a medical worker who has treated Ebola patients.

Judge Charles C. LaVerdiere ruled Hickox must continue daily monitoring and coordinate travel with state health officials to ensure continuity of monitoring. The judge said there’s no need to restrict her movements because she’s not infectious because she’s showing no symptoms.   Continue reading “Judge rejects Ebola quarantine for nurse”

Marilyn TavennerMail.com

WASHINGTON (AP) — Call it drugs for the departed: Medicare’s prescription program kept paying for costly medications even after patients were dead.

The problem was traced back to a head-scratching bureaucratic rule that’s now getting a second look. A report coming out Friday from the Health and Human Services Department’s inspector general says the Medicare rule allows payment for prescriptions filled up to 32 days after a patient’s death — at odds with the program’s basic principles, not to mention common sense.   Continue reading “Medicare bought meds for dead people”

The cartoon shows Netanyahu was the pilot of an airplane that hit the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001.Press TV

A new cartoon showing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was behind the 9/11 attacks has heightened the recent tensions between the United States and Israel.

Israeli artist Amos Biderman drew the cartoon that shows Netanyahu was the pilot of an airplane that hit the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001.   Continue reading “New cartoon fuels US-Israel tensions, feeds 9/11 conspiracy theories”