Off the Grid News – by Jared Moss
Anxiety. Worry. Fear. Whatever you call it, these three words describe the reality for millions and possibly even billions of people from every race, every walk, and every way of life. Worrying is like a growing cancer within both unbelievers — and believers in Christ. It starts small, but when fully grown, completely overtakes the weary soul and trains the mind to fear the outcomes of any given situation.
If you’re one of the desperate people mentioned above, or just know a friend who is seeking answers to this awful issue, you need not look any further than the Word of God.
Continue reading “What Does The Bible Say About Worrying?”
True Activist – by Amanda Froelich
Though stigma still surrounds the cultivation and use of cannabis, more and more people are realizing that the crop isn’t only beneficial for the environment, it may seriously help individuals who suffer from afflictions such as cancer.
In the past, True Activist has shared powerful stories of individuals healing themselves from debilitating conditions with cannabis oil. Now, a story has surfaced of a Hollywood stuntman curing his stage 4 cancer with the aid of the plant. He’s now on a mission to reduce the stigma associated with using hemp, and hopes that in the future, medical marijuana is legally available to everyone. Continue reading “Hollywood Stuntman Claims Cannabis Oil Cured His Stage 4 Cancer”
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”
Microsoft has purchased ten million strands of synthetic DNA to advance cutting edge digital data storage technology. With the amount of digital data doubling nearly every two years, the tech industry is on a quest for a long-term solution to keep track.
he multinational tech company bought the DNA from Twist Bioscience, an announcement confirmed Thursday.
“[The] vast majority of digital data is stored on media that has a finite shelf life and periodically needs to be re-encoded. DNA is a promising storage media, as it has a known shelf life of several thousand years, offers a permanent storage and can be read for continuously decreasing costs,” said Emily Leproust, CEO of Twist Bioscience, in a statement. Continue reading “1000+ yr shelf life: Microsoft buys into synthetic DNA for data storage”
Buying a gun in America can be an expensive ordeal. Or it can be cheap and easy. It depends on where you live.
The difference between those two Americas was made clear earlier this month when Alex “Shaya” Lichtenstein, a member of a Orthodox Jewish patrol society in Brooklyn, was charged with offering an police officer a $6,000 bribe to expedite handgun licenses for his clients. He claimed his clients would pay him $18,000, according to a court document. Continue reading “Only in New York: Bribing cops for a gun license”
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama announced new steps Friday to help curb gun violence, including by identifying the requirements that “smart guns” would have to meet for law enforcement agencies to buy and use them as well as sharing mental health records with the federal background check system.
Smart guns use various technologies to prevent an accidental shooting or help track down a missing gun. Continue reading “Obama announces new steps to curb gun violence”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Supreme Court on Thursday approved a rule change that would let U.S. judges issue search warrants for access to computers located in any jurisdiction despite opposition from civil liberties groups who say it will greatly expand the FBI’s hacking authority.
U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts transmitted the rules to Congress, which will have until Dec. 1 to reject or modify the changes to the federal rules of criminal procedure. If Congress does not act, the rules would take effect automatically. Continue reading “U.S. high court approves rule change to expand FBI hacking power”
Sac Bee – by Dale Kasler
The former chief executive of CalPERS, already facing a prison term in the pension fund’s corruption scandal, was arrested in Sacramento over the weekend on charges of committing battery against a former girlfriend.
Fred Buenrostro, due to be sentenced May 18 after pleading guilty to accepting bribes, was being held at the Sacramento County main jail without bail after his arrest by Sacramento police late Saturday on misdemeanor battery and domestic violence charges, according to jail records. Continue reading “Ex-CalPERS chief Buenrostro jailed in Sacramento on battery of former girlfriend”
A Russian jet fighter that intercepted a US Air Force reconnaissance plane on Friday did so in an “unsafe and unprofessional manner” over the Baltic Sea, the Pentagon has said.
It says the fighter performed a barrel roll plane over the American plane.
It is the second incident in the Baltic this month in which the US has accused Russian planes of flying aggressively. Continue reading “US accuses Russia over Baltic jet manoeuvre”
NY Daily News – by CHRISTINA CARREGA-WOODBY
A nine-year veteran with the NYPD may lose his job after a Brooklyn judge on Friday found him guilty of “gratuitously” stomping on the head of a suspect during an arrest.
Officer Joel Edouard “let down his fellow officers by losing his composure in an admittedly difficult situation,” said Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Alan Marrus. Continue reading “NYPD officer Joel Edouard found guilty in brutal Brooklyn stomp attack, faces up to year in prison and could lose job”
In a stunning reversal, the U.S. Army decided late Thursday to retain a decorated Green Beret it had planned to kick out after he physically confronted a local Afghan commander accused of raping a boy over the course of many days.
Sgt 1st Class Charles Martland, confirmed the Army’s decision to retain him when reached by Fox News, who has been covering the story in depth for the past eight months and first broke the story of the Army’s decision in August to kick out Martland over the incident, which occurred in northern Afghanistan in 2011. Continue reading “Army retains decorated Green Beret it planned to kick out over confronting Afghan child rapist”
Breitbart – by Neil Munro
More than 1,000,000 people have signed the boycott pledge against Target, following the secretive decision by executives to open all of their stores’ bathrooms and changing rooms to people of both sexes.
Late Thursday night, roughly 75 people a minute were adding their name to the petition as it clicked over 1 million, just after 10:30 pm Eastern Time. Continue reading “Target Boycott Crosses 1 Million Signers, Stock Sinks by $1.5 Billion”
Left Hook – by Dean Henderson
You know things are bad when the leading contenders for President in both political parties use the same phony Delaware address as Walmart, Coca Cola, American Airlines & Apple to avoid paying taxes.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump own companies registered at 1209 North Orange Street, Wilmington, DE in a two-story building known aptly as the Corporation Trust Center. More than 285,000 companies use this very same address to avoid taxes, making it the most densely populated mailing address on earth. Continue reading “Clinton, Trump & Corporation Trust Center”
Natural News – by JD Heyes
Not only do congressional Democrats want to take away your constitutional right to own a firearm, they also want to extinguish all methods of protecting yourself from being shot, even if it’s the police doing the shooting.
In case you missed it, a little more than a year ago Rep. Michael “Mike” Honda, D-Calif., introduced the inappropriately titled “Responsible Body Armor Possession Act,” which, of course, bans personal possession of body armor because, you know, that’s “responsible” (in the eyes of an authoritarian, maybe). Continue reading “Proposed law would make it illegal to protect your body from being shot by police… even if they raid the wrong home”
Sent to us by Ruth.
LA Times, April 3, 2008
The latest advertising campaign in Mexico from Swedish vodka maker Absolut promises to push all the right buttons south of the U.S. border, but it could ruffle a few feathers in El Norte. Continue reading “Flashback: Mexico reconquers California? Absolut drinks to that!”