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BAYTOWN, Texas – Xavier Davis had no idea his hair could cause him so much trouble.

Xavier is a sixth grader at Cedar Bayou Junior High School in Baytown.

When he walked into class last Thursday, he said he was promptly sent to the office.   Continue reading “School district slams sixth grader with suspension over haircut”

World Events of the Bible

WEB Notes: These guys will come up with any reason to attack Syria. Syria is literally burning right now and you certainly want to remember Isaiah 17:1. Many nations are taking part in the destruction of Damascus and blaming it on terrorists who in reality are paid mercenaries.

Flip this around. What if Iran attacked an “arms depot” in Israel or the US? It would be an act of war. Iran and Syria are allies so this certainly fits that qualification if Iran was even providing arms to begin with.

Continue reading “Israel Attacks Damascus Syria Hitting “Iran-Supplied Arms Depot””

Reuters – by Joseph Menn

To understand why it is so difficult to defend computers from even moderately capable hackers, consider the case of the security flaw officially known as CVE-2017-0199.

The bug was unusually dangerous but of a common genre: it was in Microsoft software, could allow a hacker to seize control of a personal computer with little trace, and was fixed April 11 in Microsoft’s regular monthly security update.   Continue reading “Hackers exploited Word flaw for months while Microsoft investigated”


I’m having trouble describing Oregon’s disturbing statutes and how two courts made excuses to allow law enforcement to circumvent our Constitution.

This month, an Oregon Appeals court agreed with a district court ruling which forces first responders to become state actors.

“Oregon statue 676.260 says a health care facility “shall notify” a law enforcement officer in the course of treatment when a person’s blood person’s blood alcohol level exceeds .08 percent or their blood contains a controlled substance.”   Continue reading “Feds force hospitals to report alleged DUI patients to police”

World Events and the Bible

WEB Notes: Our elected officials are fools. I am sorry, but they are. These people come up with a half cocked idea to build some wall along the Mexican border with no means to fund the project. Now they look for ways to fund the project; first it was to make Mexico pay for it from the mouth of Senior Trump. Of course he has no negotiations with the Mexican government about that, but hey he is a reality TV star folks. If he says it you will believe it. That did not work out so well, so the clowns in office huddled once again and their latest play from the playbook of fools… They want to rob another bandit in order to fund the wall. The insanity does not stop. All they need to do is stop government funded programs to illegals and you solve the problem on your own.

Continue reading “Ted Cruz Launches Petition To ‘Build The Wall And Make El Chapo Pay For It’”

Patch – by 

WYOMING, MN — The police in Wyoming, Minnesota, are wishing one man “the best of luck” after he contacted authorities about a harmless item he found.

So what happened, exactly? The man thought he found drugs in his wife’s purse and decided to contact the police.   Continue reading “Man Finds Harmless Item In Wife’s Purse, Reports It To Police”

The Great Recession

The big announcement of the really, really big Trump Tax Plan with the “biggest tax cuts in history” came out bigly on Wednesday, as Trump promised. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, Trump’s latest tax team, beamed proudly as they presented their baby. The stock market took a deep breath, then looked at their brainchild and completely petered out.

First, let me say, I clearly have nothing to recant from my earlier predictions about Trump’s tax plan. The plan that came out looks almost exactly as I thought it would — the only difference being that it is far more pathetic.   Continue reading “Tiny Trump Hands Deliver Teeny Tiny Tax Plan, US Stocks Collapse in Despair”

Anti-Media – by Darius Shahtahmasebi

 If anyone ever needed proof that ISIS and Israel are not enemies and actually have very common goals and interests, look no further than the words of Israel’s former Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon.

“There was one case recently where Daesh [the Arabic acronym of ISIS] opened fire and apologized,” Ya’alon said at an event in the northern city of Afula.   Continue reading “ISIS ‘Apologized’ To Israel Over Gun Battle”

MIDDLETOWN, Del. (AP) — A man suspected of fatally shooting a Delaware state trooper has been shot and killed by officers after an overnight standoff, state police said Thursday. The man, who has not been identified, walked out of the home where he had been holed up since the fatal shooting of the trooper a day earlier, “engaged officers” and was shot by law enforcement and died at the scene, police said in a statement. Police planned a news conference Thursday afternoon to release more details.

The man had been barricaded inside the home since Wednesday afternoon, not long after Cpl. Stephen J. Ballard, 32, was shot several times after he approached a vehicle in the parking lot of a Wawa convenience store near Bear.   Continue reading “Police: Trooper slaying suspect shot dead after barricade”

MILFORD, Pa. (AP) — The bell atop the Pike County Courthouse last tolled the fate of a condemned killer in the 1980s. On Wednesday, it rang again. Eric Frein, the would-be revolutionary who shot two Pennsylvania troopers, one fatally, in a late-night attack at their barracks, was sentenced to death late Wednesday. The jury’s decision that Frein should die by lethal injection brought a shouted “yes!” from a gallery that included high-ranking state police brass, the slain officer’s mother and the trooper who suffered debilitating injuries after Frein shot him with a high-powered rifle.  Continue reading “Trooper ambush killer sentenced to death in Pennsylvania”

DALLAS (AP) — United Airlines says it will raise the limit — to $10,000 — on payments to customers who give up seats on oversold flights and will increase training for employees as it deals with fallout from the video of a passenger being violently dragged from his seat.

United is also vowing to reduce, but not eliminate, overbooking — the selling of more tickets than there are seats on the plane. The airline made the promises Thursday as it released a report detailing mistakes that led to the April 9 incident on a United Express plane in Chicago.  Continue reading “United raising limit on payments to bumped flyers to $10,000”

Business Insider

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – An unknown amount of stolen radioactive material has prompted an alert in nine Mexican states, the head of national emergency services said on Monday.

The alert and search for the stolen material covers the states of Jalisco, Colima, Nayarit, Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Michoacan San Luis Potosi, Durango and Zacatecas, according to a post on Luis Felipe Puente’s Twitter account.   Continue reading “Officials are searching for radioactive material stolen in Mexico”

The Presbyterian church called a meeting to decide what to do about their squirrels. After much prayer and consideration, they concluded the squirrels were predestined to be there and they shouldn’t interfere with God’s divine will.

At the Baptist church the squirrels had taken an interest in the baptistery. The deacons met and decided to put a water slide on the baptistery and let the squirrels drown themselves. The squirrels liked the slide and, unfortunately, knew instinctively how to swim so twice as many squirrels showed up the following week.   Continue reading “The Squirrels vs. The Church”

Free Thought Project – by Jack Burns

Seattle, WA — Three men have now come forward and accused Seattle Mayor Ed Murray of sexually abusing them when they were children in the 1980’s. Delvonn Heckard, one of the alleged victims, filed a lawsuit against the mayor this month, setting off a firestorm of controversy for the mayor now accused of pedophilia.

Heckard claims Murray abused him when he was a teen. According to the Seattle Times, the mayor “sexually abused the crack-cocaine addicted teen on numerous occasions for payments of $10 to $20” starting in 1986 when the boy was just 15 years old. “Two other men, Jeff Simpson and Lloyd Anderson, also have said Murray sexually abused them as teenagers while living in Portland in the early 1980s. They have not filed lawsuits.”   Continue reading “Victims Come Forward Alleging Seattle Mayor Raped Them as Kids, Expose Police Cover-Up”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Call it Canada’s “New Century” moment.

We first introduced readers to the company we said was the “tip of the iceberg in Canada’s magnificent housing bubblenearly two years ago, in July 2015 when we exposed a major problem that we predicted would haunt Home Capital Group, Canada’s largest non-bank mortgage lender: liar loans in particular, and a generally overzealous lending business model with little regard for fundamentals. In the interim period, many other voices – most prominently noted short-seller Marc Cohodes – would constantly remind traders and investors about the threat posed by HCG.   Continue reading “Canada’s Housing Bubble Explodes As Its Biggest Mortgage Lender Crashes Most In History”


Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump told the leaders of Canada and Mexico Wednesday he was not immediately planning to end the North American Free Trade Agreement, a pact which he railed against as a candidate and as recently as last week declared was harmful to US workers.

In a description of Trump’s phone calls to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Enrique Peña Nieto, the White House said Trump “agreed not to terminate NAFTA at this time and the leaders agreed to proceed swiftly, according to their required internal procedures, to enable the renegotiation of the NAFTA deal to the benefit of all three countries.”   Continue reading “Trump agrees ‘not to terminate NAFTA at this time’”

Washington Post – by Drew Harwell

Workers at a factory in China used by the company that makes clothing for Ivanka Trump’s fashion line and other brands worked nearly 60 hours a week to earn wages of little more than $62 a week, according to a factory audit released Monday.

The factory’s 80 workers knit clothes for the contractor, G-III Apparel Group, which has held the exclusive license to make the Ivanka Trump brand’s $158 dresses, $79 blouses and other clothes since 2012. The company also makes clothes for Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and other brands.   Continue reading “Workers endured long hours, low pay at Chinese factory used by Ivanka Trump’s clothing-maker”

The American Mirror – by Kyle Olson

Nancy Pelosi’s mission on Tuesday was to give a brief speech and not renew questions about her health.

She couldn’t do it.

During Pelosi’s brief 7-minute speech to Refugees International, the House Democratic Leader garbled names, other words and even mispronounced countries.  Continue reading “Pelosi breakdown? Garbles words, mispronounces countries in short speech”

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