Obama Support among Military Plummets to 15 Percent
National Review - For the last nine years, the Military Times newspaper has surveyed an average of 2,300 active-duty service members. Their latest poll has just been released and concludes that “Obama’s popularity — never high to begin with — has crumbled, falling from 35 percent in 2009 to just 15 percent this year, while his disapproval ratings have increased to 55 percent from 40 percent over that time.”
Obama Praises Cuban DREAMers – In Spanish
MRC-TV - In his “DECLARACIONES DEL PRESIDENTE SOBRE CAMBIOS EN LA POLÍTICA CON CUBA” (Declaration by the President on Policy Changes to Cuba) on WhiteHouse.gov, Pres. Obama praises Cuban illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. in “makeshift rafts” with “no more than a shirt and hope in their heart.”
NYC cop killer threatened Con Ed workers
Daily Mail - The murderer who assassinated two NYPD officers threatened to shoot a pair of Con ed workers, who tried to tackle him - raising his gun and shouting: ‘You want some of this?’
Haunting new photos of Detroit’s abandoned Silverdome reveal how one of the country’s most famous stadiums is now just an empty shell left to rot
Daily Mail - One of the saddest examples of the dramatic decline of Detroit and the surrounding area is what remains of the Pontiac Silverdome – the once proud home to the Detroit Lions, but which today is an empty shell left to rot.
Only 3,500 Sign Up for Obamacare in Hawaii
AP: The Hawaii Health Connector has signed up about 3,500 people for health insurance in the past month, an improvement from last year when just 275 people signed up for coverage in the first month of the troubled health exchange.
De Blasio Attacks NYPD Officers That Turned Their Backs on Him
Daily Caller - Democratic New York City mayor Bill de Blasio launched a disgusting attack on the New York Police Department officers that symbolically turned their backs on him before a press conference to address the shooting deaths of officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu.
Latest News On ISIS and Radical Islam
FBI Bulletin Warns Of Possible ISIS Terror Plot in Memphis
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (FOX13) – - The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Memphis Division is warning police officers about a threat to blow up the Memphis-Arkansas Bridge sometime in December. FOX13 News obtained the FBI bulletin sent to Mid-South Law Enforcement agencies warning about a possible Islamic State terror plot targeting the I-55 Bridge.
Muslim convert wife of Sydney siege gunman back behind bars after court hears she is ‘capable of doing criminal acts’ on behalf of her dead fanatic husband while awaiting trial for the murder of his FIRST wife
Daily Mail - The Sydney cafe gunman’s widow, Amirah Droudis, has been jailed after her bail was revoked following a successful plea from government prosecutors in Sydney on Monday.
Islamic convert, 40, facing terrorism charges after he mows down 11 people in his car
Daily Mail - Eleven people have been injured after a known psychiatric patient drove into pedestrians shouting ‘God is greatest’ in Arabic in a French city.
Latest News on Border Crisis and Immigration
Changing Patterns in U.S. Immigration and Population
Immigrants slow population decline in many counties
No way home: Illegal immigrants probably unable to travel under Obama’s plan
Washington Post - At rallies outside the White House promoting relief for illegal immigrants this year, banners and chants demanded, “No more divided families.” Undocumented protesters declared that if President Obama granted them protection, their first priority would be to go home to visit parents or children they had not seen in years.
Obama tries to reassure immigrants to register
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — President Barack Obama on Tuesday tried to reassure immigrants that if they register under his new executive action they won’t be a priority for deportation in the future, while acknowledging another president could undo it all.
Obama Admits Amnesty Is For Many More Than 5 Million
Daily Caller - President Barack Obama told a group of illegal immigrants in Tennessee that his immigration-law rewrite means “you’re not going to be deported.”
Latest World News
Father attacks ambulance vehicle trying to rescue his son whose legs were severed by a train after celebrating his 18th birthday
Daily Mail - The father of a teenage man, who had both his legs severed when he was struck by a train, allegedly attacked the ambulance vehicle after they arrived to save his son.
Facebook accused of bowing to Putin
Facebook is at the centre of a free speech storm after apparently blocking a page which supported one of Vladimir Putin’s sternest critics.
EU Gives Hamas Green Light to Attack Israel
Gatestone Institute - The EU court’s decision represents a “severe blow to the Palestinian Authority and Egypt,” according to Palestinian political analyst Raed Abu Dayer.
Hong Kong Billionaire Thomas Kwok Found Guilty
Forbes - Two Hong Kong billionaire brothers learned their different fates on Friday. Thomas Kwok was found guilty of conspiracy and immediately taken into custody, while Raymond Kwok was found not guilty and let go. Thomas, who was convicted of one count of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office, essentially bribing a public official, is expected to be sentenced by the judge on Monday. According to the Wall Street Journal, the maximum penalty for a single charge is seven years in prison. Others convicted in this case include Hong Kong’s former number 2 official, Rafael Hui, the person he essentially bribed, and SHKP director Thomas Chan.
Canadian man shot by U.S. border guards after pointing gun at them: officials
Canadian Press - DETROIT - The U.S. border agency says a Canadian man was shot after allegedly pointing a handgun at guards at the Ambassador Bridge crossing between Windsor, Ont., and Detroit.
Father reveals he and his young sons, who were stranded in bushland for two weeks, lived on rainwater and were down to three slices of mouldy bread when they were rescued
A Queensland father has recounted the incredible tale of survival of his young family after being stranded in bushland for nearly two weeks when their car became bogged in mud.
Latest News on China
Chinese car maker backed by mogul inexplicably loses 47% of its value
Daily Mail - A Chinese car manufacturer that billionaire Warren Buffet has a significant stake in suffered a mysterious plunge in share value.
Chinese view Canadian naval spy charges with amusement, skepticism
Globe and Mail - The arrest of an Ontario man accused of attempting to pass along to China classified Canadian shipbuilding techniques has left some in China struggling to wrap their heads around the case.
US Official: North Korea Hacked Sony And ‘Chinese Actors’ May Have Helped
Business Insider - A U.S. investigation into the hack of Sony’s computer system has determined that North Korea was behind the operation with a possible Chinese link, a U.S. official said on Friday.
Latest News on Ebola and Infectious Diseases
Child with fever checked for Ebola virus after screening at O’Hare
Chicago Tribune - A child with a fever has been admitted to University of Chicago Medical Center to be checked for the Ebola virus after being screened at O’Hare International Airport.
Swiss trial of Canadian Ebola vaccine suspended due to unexpected side-effects
Canada.com - Swiss researchers have temporarily halted a clinical trial of a Canadian-made Ebola vaccine after seeing an unexpected side-effect in a few people who received the serum.
Half of B.C. designated avian flu control zone
Canadian Press - VANCOUVER - Half of British Columbia has been designated an avian flu control zone in an effort to limit the spread of the virus and reassure other countries that Canadian commercial poultry is safe.
Ebola ‘czar’ urges Congress to authorize emergency funding
Stars and Stripes - (TNS) WASHINGTON — The Ebola outbreak can only be successfully contained if the U.S. takes the lead and provides funding to fight the deadly virus at home and in West Africa, the man tapped to coordinate the federal government’s response to the disease said Friday.
Latest News from Ferguson, Missouri
#Ferguson Protest Organizer Awarded Position With Amnesty International as Field Organizer
Gateway Pundit - At least 18 businesses were torched to the ground and several more were looted and vandalized in November.
BREAKING: Bad News for Officer Wilson
A group of black lawyers and judges appears to have it out for former Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson.
Saul Alinsky Lives in Ferguson
Front page - If the late Saul Alinsky—the America-hating godfather of community organizing—had fathered a black son, he’d look like Barack Obama. Obama has embraced, revered, and employed Alinsky’s philosophy and tactics of social revolution for decades.
Latest Military News
Canada buys additional massive military cargo jet as C-17 production wraps up
Canadian Press - OTTAWA — Defence Minister Rob Nicholson has formally announced that the air force will get a fifth C-17 Globemaster heavy-lift transport plane.
Germany receives first Leopard 2A7 MBT
Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) handed over the latest version of the Leopard 2 main battle tank (MBT), the Leopard 2A7, to the inspector general of the German Army, Lieutenant General Rainer Korff on 10 December at their Munich facility.
Bell-Boeing demonstrates V-22 forward-firing capability
The Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft has demonstrated a forward-firing capability, Bell Helicopter announced on 8 December.
RAN commissions first-of-class Canberra
IHS Jane’s Defence Weekly - The sealift capability of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has been dramatically increased by the commissioning of the 27,800-tonne landing helicopter dock (LHD) HMAS Canberra in Sydney on 28 November.