Facebook Looks To Take Over Churches and Little Leagues

First came Barack Hussein Obama presented to a largely unsuspecting world as the Messiah.

Now it’s Mark Zuckerberg.

The tenure of Obama’s eight long years, (having branched off into the ‘Resistance’ and still going) proved that those who worshipped at the feet of Barry Soetoro, marketed as the Messiah,  are no better off now than they were when he first came into power.  They are still jobless, still poor, still looking for a promised Utopia that never came to be.

God in Heaven protect us from all these false Gods springing up from lib-left ranks.

What is it about power and money that drives narcissistic egos into thinking they can replace God Almighty in the lives of the masses?

According to Mark Zuckerberg: “Facebook can play a role that churches and Little League once filled.” (CNBC, June 26, 2017)

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Shocking Media Lies

In a story about the Women’s March on Washington, Time magazine published various “Portraits of Dissent” that included the views of a 17-year-old Calvert County, Maryland, high school senior with the words “Nasty, Queer, #,” marked on her cheeks and forehead. She was quoted as saying rights were in danger because of the Trump presidency and that Vice President Mike Pence “is someone that supports electroshocking people like me to turn us into people we aren’t.”

Pence never said any such thing. But where did this fictional and irrational claim come from? And why did Time publish this lie?

A new report from the National Task Force for Therapy Equality to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) identifies precisely where many of the false claims are originating. The report, entitled, “Lies, Deception, and Fraud,” accuses the Southern Poverty Law Center, Human Rights Campaign, and the National Center for Lesbian Rights of a hate campaign designed to ban psychotherapy for individuals with sexual and gender identity conflicts.

By Cliff Kincaid - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Watch as newly ‘lawyered-up’ Bernie Sanders dodges question about FBI bank fraud investigation

Over the weekend, you may have seen Chuck Todd worm his way through an utterly worthless 7-minute interview with Bernie Sanders. Bernie’s wife is at the center of an FBI investigation into alleged bank fraud, and Senator Sanders may also be implicated because there’s some indication that he used his position to pressure the bank into approving a bad loan.  The couple have “lawyered-up” by hiring a pair of high profile attorneys - one of which made a name for himself in the Scooter Libby case.

As the National Review reports:

During Mrs. Sanders’s seven-year tenure as president of Burlington College, a now-defunct liberal-arts college, the college sought to expand its campus by purchasing 33 acres of land near Lake Champlain for $10 million. But Burlington College had nowhere near $10 million to spend; its total annual budget was less than $4 million. As a result, Vermont’s Educational and Health Buildings Finance Agency offered Burlington College $6.5 million in tax-exempt bonds, and People’s United Bank agreed to give Burlington College a $6.5 million loan to purchase the bonds. That bank loan was contingent on Sanders’s promising that she had secured $5 million in donations and $2.4 million in confirmed pledges (i.e., donations that Burlington College officials had not yet received but that would be coming soon).

By Robert Laurie - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Another Massive Ransomware Outbreak Is Going Global Fast

Ukraine’s government, National Bank and biggest power companies all warned of cyberattacks Tuesday. Airports and metro services in the country were also reportedly affected, though it appears they’re victims of another massive ransomware outbreak that’s spreading across the world fast and hitting a significant number of critical infrastructure providers.

Whispers of WannaCry abound, though security experts said a different breed, named Petya, is to blame. “[We’re seeing] several thousands of infection attempts at the moment, comparable in size to WannaCry’s first hours,” said Kaspersky Lab’s Costin Raiu. “We are seeing infections from many different countries.” One firm, BitDefender, said it believed a similar strain called GoldenEye was actually responsible.—More…

By News on the Net -- Forbes- Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

In Australia, backlash takes hold over Chinese money infecting politics, business

A heated new debate about Beijing’s influence has raised calls in Australia for greater vigilance toward Chinese money, as countries around the world grapple with a rising appetite in China for overseas infrastructure and sensitive technology.

Australia has stood at the forefront of Western countries in building economic links with China. In the decade leading to 2015, only the United States received more Chinese investment; Australia’s tally nearly doubled that of Canada over that period. China is Australia’s largest trading partner and the destination for a third of its exports.—More….

By News on the Net -- Globe and Mail- Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Guidestar drops SPLC’s fake ‘hate group’ label

Guidestar, the nonprofit whose website provides a massive database of information on other nonprofits, has backed down and announced it will no longer flag nonprofits on its site that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) claims are “hate groups.” (Although as of this morning, the flags are still on Guidestar.org entries.)

The SPLC is a radical group that uses its infamous “hate groups” list to lump together genuine racists like the KKK with mainstream conservative groups. Many ordinary Americans consult the Guidestar site before giving donations, so when it recently began plastering “Hate Group” at the top of charities’ entries, it strongly reinforced SPLC’s smear campaign and potentially endangered the revenues of groups SPLC has attacked.

By BombThrowers -- Scott Walker- Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

DC Swamp— Neck deep and still compromising

Democrats are all about Compromise. Yes, Compromise. But the compromise they want is for the Republicans to compromise and join them in some sort of Party Unification.

Democrats see the Democrat Party as the only party in town, the leaders, and no one else may apply.

Republicans are told they must compromise, must talk to the Democrats and “come together.” But true compromise is when two parties give way on some of their wants and desires and head toward middle ground. However, Republicans in Washington seem all too ready to do this and some seem eager to make it happen. But, what about Democrats? Do they compromise, do they work their way toward the Right or even the Center? Not in a New York minute…!

By Bob Lunsford - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Trump on CNN being busted for fake story: What about the rest of the media? They’re all fake too!

Pro tip for you mainstream, dinosaur journos: If you’re going to play innocent victim vis-a-vis a president who constantly rips you as fake, phony and untrustworthy, you might want to avoid publishing clearly demonstrated falsehoods. Try if you want to insist CNN’s sins have to do with no one but CNN, but President Trump knows perfectly well that these are pack animals. They all think the same way. They all use the same reporting techniques. They all cut the same corners.

And they all have the same agenda, which is why they have each other’s backs, and why none of the rest of them are making too much noise about what CNN got caught doing. All the rest of them know that could just as easily be them tomorrow, and Trump knows it too:

By Dan Calabrese - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

CNN producer caught on tape saying Russia story ‘mostly bulls**t’ - a witch hunt directed by CEO Jef

Meet John Bonifield.  He’s the (no doubt soon-to-be former) “Supervising Producer” at CNN Health and he’s been with the network for 15 years. You can check out his profile here.

As far as left-leaning cable news outlets are concerned, John has just committed the ultimate sin. He’s admitted what we all know is true.  The Trump/Russia collusion story is a big fat pile of nothing - an evidence-free “witch hunt” designed to neuter a presidency and generate ratings.

In the video below, a Project Veritas reporter with a hidden camera asks Bonifield about the collusion conspiracy theory, saying: “But honestly, you think the whole Russia # is just like, bullshit?”

By Robert Laurie - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Egyptian police become terrorists: Attack Christianity

Local police serving the Islamic deep state

At 2 am on Friday, June 16—just 20 days after the Al Minya Coptic bus attack by terrorists from Libya—Christians of Bani Sweef province (Al Minya governorate) faced flagrant degradation of law and order when local police in the small town of Saft Al Kharsa broke into the Coptic Orthodox social services center and desecrated the building. The non-operational three-story center was already shut down by the government for no reason.

Sometime before the police struck, 50 Christian families still in mourning from the Libyan terror attack were granted by the state a special security clearance for bus “victims” to temporarily reopen the building and celebrate a mass there in memory of one child and six adults lost in the gun battle. Soon after, the building reverted to its forced obsolescence.

In the early morning hours of June 16, the Egyptian police forced down the door of the vacated Coptic Orthodox social services building and ransacked the interior. Grabbing up sacred utensils, pictures, holy books, and furnishings to toss in the middle of the road, police then re-padlocked the door and placed guards before the emptied building.

By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Universal Day of the Romanian Blouse

On a sunny and breezy June 24, 2017, a group of over 100 Romanians from states and suburbs surrounding Washington, D.C., have gathered in front of the State Capitol’s reflecting pool to pose for a group picture in celebration of the Universal Day of the Romanian Blouse called “ie,” a hand-woven and hand-sewn artisanal blouse. Women from the three regions of Romania, Transylvania, Moldova, and Wallachia, have sewn these intricate works of art for centuries.

The event was organized by Bogdan Banu and the group photo, taken by Ioana Buliga, was posted on La Blouse Roumaine, the website created to celebrate the rich tradition of folkloric designs;  its name was inspired by the Henri Matisse painting, “La Blouse Roumaine.”

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Response to a Trump Hater

Not long ago, an old friend texted me her thoughts on President Trump.  She felt that he should immediately be impeached for the following reasons: he was a dictator, he colluded with Russia, that he tampered with the FBI investigation, he has practiced gross misconduct and that he is a “dumba”. Furthermore, Obama put stuff in place during his administration for the good of our country and now we are spending tax dollars undoing these things, which proves President Trump thinks it’s his country not everyone else’s.  Finally she felt Trump is grossly inappropriate, short tempered, off the wall, unrealistic, unreliable, untruthful, uncouth, a big baby, racist and stupid.  She felt that if only I would watch “The Real News” (ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Headline News, MSNBC, etc.), I would know the “truth”.

Although my friend is well meaning, she has been swept into nothing less than an attempted soft coup of a duly elected president by the very swamp he has promised to drain.  Aside from the fact that most of these charges are not impeachable and, the rest have little or no proof, that level of hate is tremendously common among Liberals and is extremely dangerous.  Why is it so terribly dangerous?  This level of hate is used to justify crimes such as the 30 GOP Congressmen that have been attacked or threatened since May or the shooting of the GOP whip Steve Scalise, which would even bring our republic to its knees.

By Roger King - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

BP Sees Large Drop in Global Coal Production, Small Drop in Consumption

According to BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy1, global coal production dropped by 6.5 percent in 2016 with a slower drop in global coal consumption of 1.7 percent. Coal consumption was 2.1 percent higher than coal production in 2016, lowering the level of global coal stocks. China, the world’s largest energy consumer and emitter of greenhouse gases, consumed the less coal in 2016 than in any of the previous six years, dropping its consumption by 1.6 percent from the previous 2015. In the United States, coal consumption dropped by over 8 percent to a level last seen in the early 1980s. Not all countries lowered their coal use, however. Turkey and the Ukraine, for example, increased their use of coal, as did Indonesia and some other Asian countries.

By Institute for Energy Research - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Three CNN staffers resign after fake Russia/collusion story retracted

How bad has it gotten at CNN? Earlier today top management announced that no more stories about Russia could run unless they had personal approval from the big bosses. That’s because of the fake - and now retracted - story that falsely linked Trump supporter Anthony Scaramucci to this whole collusion nonsense.

Late yesterday, three CNN news staffers took the fall:

Thomas Frank, the author of the story, Eric Lichtblau, an editor in the CNN investigative unit that ran the story and Lex Haris, who oversaw the unit, have all left CNN, the network reported Monday.

 

By Dan Calabrese - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

More Ontario students attending independent schools as public school enrolment declines

TORONTO—The share of Ontario students attending independent schools increased 24.5 per cent over a 15-year period, despite not receiving any financial support from the provincial government, according to a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

“For their children’s education, parents in Ontario are increasingly choosing options outside the public school system,” said Angela MacLeod, a policy analyst with the Fraser Institute’s Barbara Mitchell Centre for Improvement in Education and co-author of Where Our Students are Educated: Measuring Student Enrolment in Canada, 2017.

By Fraser Institute - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Ripping off taxpayers to finance America’s destruction

While being investigated for things that never happened and facing Antifa thugs and other lunatic leftists crawling out from under rocks nationwide while the true criminals in the Democratic Party get a free pass, the Trump administration has managed to accomplish, in these few short months, more than George W. Bush accomplished (i.e. things that actually helped America out) in his first term.

Trump is already rolling back big parts of Obama’s train wreck of an agenda and pulling our nation back from the brink and toward some semblance of sanity and the rule of law. One of the latest major changes, and one with significant potential impact on the Left’s ability to wage war against America, is Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s recent announcement that the Department of Justice is ending payments to radical leftist organizations from the multi-billion dollar slush fund amassed by the Obama DoJ’s various industry shakedowns.

Peter Schweizer‘s Government Accountability Institute issued a report in October 2016, “Follow the Money: How the Department of Justice Funds Progressive Activists,” that detailed the stunning amount of money the DoJ has been awarding to left-wing groups. Under Eric Holder’s DoJ, financial institutions paid an unprecedented $110 billion in fines, much of which came in through out-of-court settlements.

By James Simpson - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Ian Mulgrew: Legal aid for refugees in B.C. being cut Aug. 1

The Legal Services Society of B.C. will stop paying lawyers to represent refugees as of Aug. 1 because it has run out of money and has not received promised funding from Ottawa to deal with the fallout from a global humanitarian crisis.

The non-profit legal aid organization handled 860 refugee contracts in 2016-17, compared to 350 in 2013-14, and it expects to accept around 1,400 of 1,900 applications this year. —More..

By News on the Net -- Vancouver Sun- Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story

Is Team Jihad here to stay?

(first posted at The Daily Caller)

When Amor Ftouhi stabbed a Flint police officer June 21, Americans feared the worst: Terrorism. When media reports revealed that Ftouhi yelled “Allahu Akbar” while doing it, the news came as no surprise.

Paris. San Bernardino. Brussels. Orlando. London. The Flint stabbing joins a long list of recent terrorist attacks on the West, heightening our anxieties to levels not seen since the 9/11 hijackings.

According to a Gallup poll conducted before the 2016 election, Americans name terrorism as the top problem facing the United States, ahead of the economy. Roughly one-third of Americans are worried that they or someone in their family will become a victim of terrorism. The response eerily resembles the night of September 11th, when 35 percent of Americans expressed the same concern.