Beijing (AFP) – President Xi Jinping urged China’s youth on Tuesday to be loyal to the Communist Party as he sought to whip up patriotic sentiment in a nationalist speech marking the centennial of a student protest.
The accused Southern California synagogue shooter made his first appearance in court on Tuesday where prosecutors said he fired only eight to 10 of the roughly 60 bullets he had before his weapon jammed.
Cuba’s government-run Radio Reloj website published a commentary Monday referring to American National Security Advisor John Bolton as a “warlock” and “neo-Nazi” for his opposition to the communist Castro regime.
The column, titled “John Bolton: Sinister Godfather of Helms-Burton,” appeared to be an attempt at a biographical feature in the context of the Trump administration allowing lawsuits against corporations that profit from property stolen from Americans during the Cuban Revolution. Americans have a right to sue over these properties as a product of the 1996 Libertad Act, known commonly as the Helms-Burton bill for its authors. Donald Trump is the first president not to bar Americans from exercising this right since the law passed over two decades ago. Continue reading “Cuban News Agency: John Bolton a ‘Warlock,’ ‘Neo-Nazi of the Purest Strain’”
Not long after Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney told Maria Bartiromo that he believed USMCA (the Nafta 2.0 trade deal that the Dems have promised to obstruct) had a better chance of passing than a long-hoped for bipartisan infrastructure plan, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer emerged from a lengthy meeting with President Trump with some interesting news. Continue reading “Democrats, Trump Agree On $2 Trillion ‘Bipartisan’ Infrastructure Plan”
According to LifeSiteNews, a Catholic publication, the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association is charging UNICEF and WHO with sterilizing millions of girls and women under cover of an anti-tetanus vaccination program sponsored by the Kenyan government.
The infamous human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine by Gardasil is in use around the world for both girls and boys, even though an American court has ruled beyond the shadow of a doubt that the vaccine can kill people.
Today, parents whose children have been injured by vaccines are being demonized and discriminated against for speaking publicly about what happened to their children after vaccination.1 There is no other minority in America being subjected to public humiliation and censorship for simply speaking the truth.2Continue reading “No Mercy for Mothers Or Their Vaccine Injured Children”
At Yad Vashem in Jerusalem on his visit to Israel, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said America’s gun problem and rising anti-Semitism must be dealt with simultaneously and head on:
Four months after his city experienced the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, in which a gunman killed 11 congregants and wounded six during Saturday prayers at the Tree of Life Synagogue, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says city residents and the local Jewish community will not be broken, but warns a similar incident could happen again in the future. Continue reading “Pittsburgh Mayor Conflates Gun Control with Stopping Antisemitism”
Violent attacks against the Jewish community in the United States doubled last year compared to 2016, while overall attacks, including vandalism and harassment remained near record-high levels, according to new data from the Anti-Defamation League.