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Latest Military News

- May 22, 2015

US approves large guided bomb sale to Israel
The US State Department has approved the sale to Israel of over 20,000 guided bomb kits and 8,650 associated warheads, including additional 5,000 lb ‘bunker busters’, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) announced on 19 May.



Updated NASA Data: Global Warming Not Causing Any Polar Ice Retreat

- May 22, 2015

Updated data from NASA satellite instruments reveal the Earth’s polar ice caps have not receded at all since the satellite instruments began measuring the ice caps in 1979. Since the end of 2012, moreover, total polar ice extent has largely remained above the post-1979 average. The updated data contradict one of the most frequently asserted global warming claims – that global warming is causing the polar ice caps to recede.



Sheriff David Clarke Destroys Obama’s Phony Narrative That Cops Are Racist

- May 22, 2015

Following the violent riots from paid Marxist thugs in Ferguson, MO, and Baltimore, MD, the false narrative spun by Obama, former attorney general Eric Holder, and professional racial grievance profiteer Al Sharpton, as well as the leftstream media, is that the Obama Regime must takeover local police forces in order to turn around the problem of blatant racism.



FCC’s Open Internet Order Won’t Stand Up To The First Amendment

- May 22, 2015

Is watching Netflix on the broadband Internet more like (A) watching cable television or (B) talking on the telephone? Common sense suggests the answer is “A,” and the court that overturned the previous open Internet rules chose “A”; the First Amendment demands it. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) nevertheless chose “B.”



Public outcry forces FEC Democrats to junk bid to regulate Internet, Drudge

- May 22, 2015

The Federal Election Commission, facing punishing criticism for suggesting that political activity on the Internet should be regulated, rejected talk of new rules Thursday, a victory for GOP commissioners who feared Democrats were targeting conservative sites, even the Drudge Report.







Teacher in China Ordered to Have Late-Term Abortion or Lose Her Job Now Allowed to Give Birth

- May 21, 2015

A teacher in China who was facing the prospect o having to have a late-term abortion or lose her job has been allowed to give birth following international pressure on the Chinese government.



Omaha police officer killed in shootout hours before going on maternity leave

- May 21, 2015

A 29-year-old police officer who had put off maternity leave after giving birth prematurely to a daughter in February was being mourned Thursday, a day after she was gunned down in a shootout with a fugitive.



CHINA: Church Building Demolished in Zhejiang

- May 21, 2015

Source: China Aid

Shendong Church in Zhejiang was forcibly demolished on April 28th in continuation of the province-wide “Three Rectifications and One Demolition” campaign. Authorities reportedly claimed that the land on which the church was built belonged to the government. The church had previously submitted requests to the local religious affairs bureau and other government agencies, requesting that their location be approved and finalized. However, the contacted governing officials never responded to these requests.



Illegal Alien Charged With Child Molestation and Pornography Able To Work With Kids Thanks to Obama

- May 21, 2015

Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley has sent a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson demanding to know why an illegal alien who was working as a camp counselor, charged with child molestation and with distributing nearly 1000 images of child pornography, may have avoided deportation under President Obama’s deferred action program (DACA).



Ferguson ‘Protesters’ Are Now Protesting That They Didn’t Get Paid

- May 21, 2015

Were the Ferguson protests a spontaneous expression of community outrage or an orchestrated campaign with paid “protesters”? It’s looking more and more like the latter.







VIDEO: Police and Families React to Media Coverage

- May 21, 2015

Following the nationwide protests and riots that materialized after the events in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore Maryland, many feel that a media narrative has developed that paints the country’s law enforcement officials in a very negative light.



Teacher suspended after stomping on American flag in class

- May 21, 2015

MARTINSVILLE, Ill. – An Illinois public school teacher has been placed on leave for the rest of the school year after allegedly placing an American flag on the floor of his classroom last week and stepping on it.



Osama bin Laden’s pornography stash to remain under wraps, US decides

- May 21, 2015

The list of documents recovered from Osama bin Laden’s Pakistan hideout and released by US intelligence officials includes operational notes, family letters, political analysis and histories of Islamist militancy.



Muslim Children Parade The Heads Of Their Victims, While A Crowd Of Muslim Adults Praise Them

- May 21, 2015

The Islamic State social networking site has a photo showing a child holding a severed head amid a gathering of other children, which was tweeted and went viral with an attached phrase that said “This is how the cubs of the Caliphate are raised up”, boasting of this heinous act.



Astronomer Royal Martin Rees: How soon will robots take over the world?

- May 21, 2015

In Davos a few years ago, I met a well-known Indian tycoon. Knowing I had the title Astronomer Royal, he asked: “Do you do the Queen’s horoscopes?” I responded, with a straight face: “If she wanted one, I’m the person she’d ask.” He then seemed eager to hear my predictions. I told him that markets would fluctuate and that there would be trouble in the Middle East. He paid rapt attention to these insights. But I then came clean. I said I was just an astronomer, not an astrologer. He immediately lost all interest in my predictions. And rightly so: scientists are rotten forecasters – worse, often, than writers of science fiction.

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