Daily Mail

Horrifying dash cam footage shows the moment an out-of-control semi-trailer truck plowed into a church van on a Florida interstate, killing five children and two adults on their way to Disneyland.

The newly-uncovered video of the fiery crash, obtained by DailyMail.com, shows the truck, driven by 59-year-old Steve Holland, cross over the median before smashing into the driver side of the van before hitting another truck.  Continue reading “Moment a truck plows into a church van killing five children and two adults”

Air Force Magazine – by Rachel Cohen

Only six of the Air Force’s 61 B-1 bombers are fully mission-capable, a South Dakota senator said July 30. 

The B-1 fleet is in the midst of an intensive slate of maintenance work and upgrades. Of the 61 jets, 15 are in depot maintenance and 39 aircraft are down for inspections or other issues, Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said during a Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing for Gen. John Hyten, the US Strategic Command chief who is under consideration to become vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.   
Continue reading “Senator: About 10 Percent of B-1s are Fully Combat-Ready”

Reuters – by Humeyra Pamuk

WASHINGTON, July 30 (Reuters) – More than half of the Trump administration’s $8.4 billion in trade aid payments to U.S. farmers through April was received by the top 10% of recipients, the country’s biggest and most successful farmers, a study by an advocacy group showed on Tuesday.

Highlighting an uneven distribution of the bailout, which was designed to help offset effects of the U.S.-China trade war, the Environmental Working Group said the top 1% of aid recipients received an average of more than $180,000 while the bottom 80% were paid less than $5,000 in aid.  Continue reading “Bulk of Trump’s U.S. farm aid goes to biggest and wealthiest farmers -advocacy group”

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Rense.com – by Rabbi Marc Lee Raphael

The following passages are from Dr. Raphael’s book Jews and Judaism in the United States: A Documentary History (New York: Behrman House, Inc., Pub, 1983), pp. 14, 23-25.

“Jews also took an active part in the Dutch colonial slave trade; indeed, the bylaws of the Recife and Mauricia congregations (1648) included an imposta (Jewish tax) of five soldos for each Negro slave a Brazilian Jew purchased from the West Indies Company. Slave auctions were postponed if they fell on a Jewish holiday. Continue reading “Jewish Involvement In Black Slave Trade To The Americas”

Desert Peace – by Evelyn Hecht-Galinski

No, the story can not be covered up, every attempt is doomed to failure in the long run. Even though the “Jewish State” maintains the most efficient “cover-up center”, the secretive security section of the Zionist “War Department” for “blue-and-white washing”. (1) The documents about the ethnic cleansing of Palestine, the evidence of expulsion, deportations of about 800,000 Palestinians, massacres, rape, raids and destruction by the “Jewish Defense Army” at the founding of the state on its murderous way to the Judaisierung, one wants again to the secret thing do. Thanks to the Israeli daily Haaretz, this attempt, which has been going on for years, to make the Nakba (catastrophe) disappear into secret archives, has been uncovered. (2)  Continue reading “Uncovering The Attempts To Steal All Of Palestinian Land”

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins

During the July 30 Democrat Debate Bernie Sanders pledged numerous new gun controls focused on gun sales and also made clear his intention to remove protections that spare gunmakers from lawsuits.

Sanders made clear that he had a D- rating from the National Rifle Association (NRA) now, and suggested it will probably drop to an F if he wins the presidency.  Continue reading “Democrat Debate: Bernie Sanders Pledges War on Gun Sales, Gun Makers”

CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New video surfaced Tuesday evening of more NYPD officers being doused with water.

The most recent incident in Queens has compelled lawmakers to announce a new bill that cracks down on anyone who disrespects the badge, CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reported.  Continue reading “Following Another Water Incident, Assemblymen Propose Law Making Disrespecting Police A Felony”

Common Dreams – by Jenna McGuire

Two California professors built three pink seesaws on the U.S.-Mexico border to allow families to play together and to bring “joy, excitement, and togetherness” to both sides of the divide. 

As The Guardian reported: Continue reading “In Joyful Act of Resistance, Pink Seesaws Installed at Border Fence”


CANTON, Mich. (WXYZ/CNN) – After an accusation that he intentionally hit a classmate in the face during a dodgeball-like game, a 10-year-old boy from Michigan faces a charge of aggravated assault.

Mother Cameishi Lindley says she was shocked when she got a call last Wednesday from Wayne County Juvenile Court about her 10-year-old son Bryce Lindley. She was informed the rising fifth grader is charged with aggravated assault, following an incident at recess.  Continue reading “Boy, 10, charged with assault after classmate suffers dodgeball injury”

The Oregonian – by Betsy Hammond

Records that local government officials in Oregon create in the course of their government work are not public records and do not have to be disclosed unless they are “owned, used or retained” by a wider public body such as a city council or school district, an Oregon judge has ruled.

A West Linn teenager had asked a court to force West Linn City Councilor Teri Cummings to make public the notes she made during council sessions and other official meetings. But Judge Henry C. Breithaupt, a retired Oregon Tax Court judge presiding as a senior judge in Clackamas County Circuit Court, ruled orally last week that the public is not entitled them.  Continue reading “Records of city councilors, mayors, sheriffs not necessarily subject to Oregon public records law, judge rules”

Natural News – by Ethan Huff

A family from Sacramento, California, is being punished by the “gods” of Big Tech for sounding the alarm about the dangers associated with 5G “small cell” towers, which are beginning to pop up in residential neighborhoods all across the country.

After a 5G small cell tower was recently installed directly outside their home, the Davidsons took to social media to warn that the transmission device was causing both electromagnetic sensitivity and microwave sickness, two conditions that are also associated with exposure to “smart” electric metersContinue reading “YouTube begins banning critics of 5G cell towers to cover up the crimes of the telecommunications industry”

The Army Times – by Kyle Rempfer

The Army was short more than 5,000 junior enlisted infantrymen, with the military occupational specialty manned at roughly 79 percent of its goal earlier this quarter.

In numbers obtained by Army Times, the service’s authorized strength for E-1 through E-4 active-duty infantrymen, coded as 11B, stood at 24,893. But the service only had 19,820 junior enlisted infantrymen, according to official fourth quarter numbers dated July 10.  Continue reading “The Army needs thousands more infantrymen by spring”


A driver has been suspended after kicking a 19-year-old woman off his bus in Malmö, Sweden, because she was wearing “too few clothes.” The incident sparked public outrage, also forcing an apology from the transport company.

Amid Sweden’s blistering heatwave (local media say the Scandinavian nation experienced temperatures as high as … 27 degrees Celsius, or 80 degrees Fahrenheit), Amanda Hansson boarded a bus in the Swedish city, which has a large migrant community, wearing weather-appropriate shorts and a camisole top. Her bus ride was cut short, however, after she was unexpectedly summoned by the driver.  Continue reading “Uproar after Swedish woman ordered off bus for not wearing enough clothes”


A chilling incident in which a young boy and his mother were pushed in front of a high-speed train by an Eritrean man has sent shock waves across Germany and seemingly rekindled anti-migrant sentiment.

The tragedy took place on one of the platforms of the central railway terminal in the German city of Frankfurt – the nation’s second busiest railway hub. An eight-year-old boy and his mother were waiting for a train when they were suddenly attacked by a 40-year-old Eritrean. The assailant grabbed the woman and the child and threw them on the rail tracks right as the high-speed intercity express (ICE) was pulling into the station.   Continue reading “Foreigner pushes 8yo boy in front of train in Germany, reigniting migration debate”