The southern Chinese city of Shenzhen wants local restaurants to take dogs and cats off their menus as the country clamps down on the wildlife trade scientists suspect led to the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
Reuters reports a new city regulation states only nine meats that are permitted for consumption, including pork, chicken, beef and rabbit, as well as fish and seafood. Continue reading “Chinese City Orders Cats, Dogs off the Menu After Coronavirus Outbreak”
“A worldwide economic collapse will happen this summer,” warns Israeli economist Rafi Farber.
The financial journalist spoke candidly with Breaking Israel News explaining why based on his calculations, the dollar will collapse in late August-September 2020 and more importantly, what you can do to minimize the damage it will cause. Continue reading “Israeli Economist who Predicted 2015 Market Crash: Now Warns of Worldwide Economic Collapse this Summer”
There has been a proverbial sh*t storm brewing online this week and last as President Donald Trump receives both praise and hatred for his tweets over the Roger Stone sentencing. Trump has repeatedly bashed the jury forewoman publicly over the past week since Stone was sentenced to over three years in prison for obstructing a congressional investigation. As many folks argued over the Stone debacle, behind the scenes, the Trump admin has been taking on medical marijuana — and not in a good way. Continue reading “As Americans Distracted by Trump Tweets, President Quietly Attacks Medical Pot Protections”
The United States government is unable to account for nearly $716 million in weapons it gave to various Syrian groups during the war against the Islamic State, according to a Department of Defense audit. The weapons were procured under the Counter Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Train and Equip Funds (CTEF) program, which was administered by the US Pentagon in 2017 and 2018. The CTEF program cost the US taxpayer a total of $930 million. Continue reading “US unable to trace $716 million worth of weapons given to Syrian rebels”
Texas farmers soon will be able to legally plant fields of hemp for the first time since the 1930s.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Hemp Team traveled across the state this winter holding meetings in halls packed full of farmers who paid $20 each to learn about pitfalls and possibilities of industrial hemp production. Continue reading “Hemp for Farmers”
A gunman and five innocents are dead following a shooting near Molson Coors headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Update 7:40 pm ET — Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales held a press conference in which he reported that the number of victims in the Molson Coors attack stood at five. The five deceased were all employees at the facility. Morales noted that the the gunman, a 51-year-old male, was also deceased; that he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The identities of the gunman and innocent victims were withheld, and may not yet be known, as the investigation is ongoing. Continue reading “Report: Gunman, Five Innocents Dead After Shooting near Molson Coors HQ”
A little known specialized bond created in 2017 by the World Bank may hold the answer as to why U.S. and global health authorities have declined to label the global spread of the novel coronavirus a “pandemic.” Those bonds, now often referred to as “pandemic bonds,” were ostensibly intended to transfer the risk of potential pandemics in low-income nations to financial markets. Continue reading “Is Wall Street Behind the Delay in Declaring the Coronavirus Outbreak a “Pandemic”?”
The government sometimes arrests parents for giving kids responsibility. In South Carolina, mom Deborah Harrell was jailed for letting her 9-year-old daughter play in a park for the day.
A police interrogator lectured Harrell: “You can’t leave a child who is nine years old in the park by herself. What would you do if some sex offender came by?” Continue reading “Forbidden Parenting: Removing Children from Good Parents Based on Societal Norms – NOT Abuse”
The powers that be have taken the Chinese coronavirus scare campaign to an all-time high. The way the story is being portrayed by the mainstream media, regulatory agencies, and others that exert great influence on the collective psyche of healthcare consumers, it is clear that this subject is purposely being blown out of proportion. Continue reading “Chinese Coronavirus Hype At All-Time High”
A veterinarian is making it his mission in life to treat the pets of the California homeless for no charge, and people who know his work call him the “Street Vet” in honor of that role.
Kwane Stewart, 49, spends his free time driving around the most vulnerable parts of California— whether it be Los Angeles’s Skid Row or downtown San Diego— and looks for homeless people with animals so he can treat them, all at no cost to the owner. Continue reading “Veterinarian Treats Homeless People’s Pets for No Charge”
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s administration can withhold millions of dollars in law enforcement funds from states and cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Wednesday.
The unanimous decision by a three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan was a victory for Trump in his years-long fight with so-called sanctuary jurisdictions. Continue reading “Court rules Trump can withhold funds from ‘sanctuary’ jurisdictions”
Caldwell, ID — Cops in Idaho managed an epic act of incompetence when they shot up and teargassed a woman’s home — even though she had given them the key — after initiating an hours-long standoff with an empty home, occupied only by the family pet.
“Basically, they had a standoff with a dog,” Shaniz West’s attorney said at the time. Now, after fighting the corrupt system that left this innocent mother and her children homeless, she is fighting her case all the way up to the Supreme Court, thanks to the Institute of Justice. Continue reading “Innocent Mom Gave Permission for Cops to Search Her Home, They Destroyed It With Grenades Instead”