Pentagon Accelerates Testing Of New B61 Nuclear Gravity Bomb
President Donald Trump’s promises to rebuild the American nuclear arsenal are starting to bear fruit, and according to a US Air Force general update from May 1, the US has already conducted more than two dozen tests of its new B61-12 guided nuclear gravity bomb. …the B61 possess an advanced capability that its cousins don’t: Underground penetration. This allows it to strike fortified command and control centers, while its explosive yield is estimated at 50 kilotons.
The unreliable ‘facts’ of a fact-checking site
Snopes.com plays fast and loose with the First Amendment and makes Christianity a target.
End Times Bombshell As Archaeologists Uncover The Lost Biblical City Of Eglon Where Israel Was Held Captive For Their Disobedience
The fact that this find comes mere days ahead of the 70th anniversary of regathered Israel on May 14th, 1948, and the fact that Elgon is a place where God chose to judge the Jews, makes this archaeological discovery amazing all by itself. “And the children of Israel did evil again in the sight of the LORD: and the LORD strengthened Eglon the king of Moab against Israel, because they had done evil in the sight of the LORD.” Judges 3:12 (KJV) Archaeologists digging at the Tel Eton site in Jerusalem have made a fascinating discovery. They have unearthed what they believe to be the first evidence ever for the the existence of the biblical city of Eglon, mentioned 13 times in the King James Bible.
‘A fair fight now’: Mueller meets ‘his match’ in Clinton impeachment lawyer
Trump’s new attorney will never let special counsel interview president, says source.
Back to the future: Rejuvenating China pushes Marxism as ‘true path’
With chat shows claiming “Marx was Right” and cartoons of his wild youth, China has gone to great lengths to show that the theories of German philosopher Karl Marx are still relevant today, ahead of the 200th anniversary of his birth on Saturday.
Putin invites descendants of Sobibor rebellion to ‘Victory Day’
Putin’s office invited 12 people related to seven rebels at Sobibor to the Victory Day march May 9 in his nation’s capital. His office is paying travel and accommodation expenses for the visitors from Israel, according to one of the guests, Lea Hirsch. This will be the first time that descendants of the Sobibor Uprising are invited to the official parade in Moscow. “It’s a great honor and terrific recognition,” Hirsch said of the gesture honoring her uncle, Josef Kopf.
‘Let Abbas’s vile words be his last as Palestinian leader,’ NYT says
The piece, titled “Let Abbas’s vile words be his last as Palestinian leader,” asserted that the president has “shed all credibility as a trustworthy partner if the Palestinians and Israelis ever again have the nerve to try negotiations.”
Iranians Were ‘Right on Their Tail’ Before Mossad Agents Escaped
Hadashot evening news reported on Tuesday that on Jan. 31—10 days before an Iranian drone breached Israeli airspace and was downed by an Israel Air Force Apache helicopter—the Iranians discovered the massive security breach, attempted to chase after the perpetrators and were “right on their tail.” Nevertheless, the Mossad agents managed to get the documents and themselves out of Iran.
Excitement in Israel as Countries Prepare to Raise Flags at New Embassies in Jerusalem
“Wonderful to see Guatemala’s flag flying proudly above the new Guatemalan embassy in Israel’s capital, Jerusalem,” Yuval Rotem, Director General of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, wrote on Twitter. “Looking forward to seeing many more flags joining Guatemala’s in the city of peace.” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was also very “moved.”
Shin bet arrests reveal Gaza-Turkey-West Bank money chain
Israel’s Shin Bet security agency on Thursday announced the arrest of two Hamas activists in the West Bank on suspicion of receiving thousands of Euros of funding for the terrorist organization. According to a statement…24-year-old Hamas operative Omar Kiswani from the West Bank village of Beit Iksa was arrested in a joint undercover operation by the Shin Bet, the Israel Police and the IDF on March 7…
U.N. Secretary General: Withdrawal from nuclear deal will likely mean war
If the US walks away from the nuclear deal with Iran, there is a real risk of war, UN Secretary General António Guterres said in an exclusive interview with the BBC on Thursday morning. Calling the Iran agreement an “important diplomatic victory” Guterres argued that, unless there is a good alternative, the deal should be maintained.
India dust storms: Nearly 100 killed in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan
At least 95 people have died and scores more injured in fierce dust storms that hit the northern Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. The storms on Wednesday disrupted electricity, uprooted trees, destroyed houses and killed livestock. Many of the dead were sleeping when their houses collapsed after being struck by intense bursts of lightning.
Scientists build ‘synthetic embryos’
Dutch scientists have built “synthetic” embryos in their laboratory using mouse cells other than sperm and eggs. The stem cell breakthrough, described in Nature journal, is not for cloning people or animals, but about understanding why many pregnancies fail at an early stage – implantation. The embryos, made in a dish, attached to the womb lining of live female mice and grew for a few days.
Pro-LGBT Baptist Church Dis-Fellowshipped
A West Virginia Baptist association expelled one of its churches after the pastor declared that the church should accept homosexuality as not sinful.
Iowa One Signature Away From Banning Abortion
The state of Iowa is one signature away from potentially changing the entire nation’s abortion laws.
BLM: Hate Israel To Not Be Racist
Black Lives Matter activist Tamika Mallory claims the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) can’t lead “anti-bias training” because they support Israel and have history of “attacking black people.” There’s only one problem: No such history exists.
UK Watchdog May Go After Christian Group
…And just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, the Christian legal group that took the lead in representing the Evans family may be investigated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, a watchdog group that works with the government.
Police Cadets Expose Dept. For Training Cops To View Public As ‘Cockroaches’ They Are At War With
Several cadets have quit and exposed the Austin police department in Texas for training cops to think of the public as cockroaches they are at war with. Rather than training cops to protect and serve, Austin PD appears to want an entire elite class of warriors who view the public as less than human.
Facial Recognition For ALL International Inbound and Outbound Passengers Begins at Orlando Airport — Data Retained for “75 Years”
…According to the Orlando Sentinel, British Airways has become the first in the nation to employ the new routine at Orlando International Airport, but all of the airport’s 25 international carriers are expected to adopt biometric processing in the near future:
Crisis In Cali: Workers Face ‘Buckets Of Feces And Needles’ As Homelessness Worsens
Workers in California, who are desperately trying to clean up the state because of the skyrocketing homeless population, are facing grotesque conditions. Some workers even fear for their health after being faced with buckets of fecal matter and dirty needles.
Hundreds of dead newborn Muslim girls have been found dumped in garbage piles in Pakistan, as their cultural obsession with having boys has led to staggering baby murders
Hundreds of dead newborn girls have been found dumped in garbage piles in Pakistan over the last year amid a cultural preference for boys, it has emerged.
Oslo Police Declare “We Have Lost the City”…Islam Has Taken Over
Grønland, a district in the city of Oslo that is said to have “apocalyptic level of culturally-enriched violence.” It is only two subway stops from the Parliament, one stop from the Central Station, and fairly close to the government offices that were bombed by Breivik.
Episcopal Church Removes Terms Husband, Wife and Procreation from Marriage to Make it More LGBT Compliant
The Episcopal Church (TEC) is removing the terms husband, wife, and procreation from its marriage service in favor of creating a more modern, LGBT compliant service. The terms will be replaced with gender-neutral pronouns such as two people or spouse.
Boy Scouts To Remove Word ‘Boy’ From Name
…The Boy Scouts of America announced Wednesday its plan to remove the word “Boy” from its iconic program. According Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh, a new campaign entitled “Scout Me In” aims to push for more inclusiveness in the organization’s ranks.
Soros-Funded App Helps Illegals Avoid Feds
A Soros-funded group has launched a smartphone application to help illegals avoid federal law enforcement inside the United States.
Facebook Brings In Eric Holder’s Law Firm to Advise on Its Anti-Conservative Censorship and Bias
In March former Obama Attorney General Eric Holder threatened Republicans with a knife fight. Today Facebook is using his law firm to advise on its anti-conservative bias.
President Trump Formally Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize by 18 Republican Members of Congress
President Donald Trump has officially been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by a group of 18 Republican members of Congress.
Dozens of illegals caught in Texas … after coming from ISIS recruiting grounds
Hundreds of illegal aliens from ISIS recruiting grounds have been caught entering the United States this year, a new report documents.
Rod Rosenstein Overcome by Soros Swamp Gas
….Other hires from the Maryland US attorney’s office in recent months include Sujit Raman, who managed the appellate practice in Maryland and is serving as an associate deputy attorney general … and Marcia Murphy, who was the public affairs officer in Maryland and is now Rosenstein’s confidential assistant.
Christian College Student Sang ‘Jesus Loves Me’ Before She Was Shot Dead in Waffle House
DeEbony Groves, the 21-year-old Christian Belmont University student who was shot dead along with three others in a mass shooting at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee, sang “Jesus Loves Me” inside the restaurant shortly before she took her final breath.
Headlines – 5/3/2018
Farmland in flames as Gaza protests give rise to ‘kite terrorism’
World fumes over Abbas’s antisemitism
UN follows EU, U.S. in blasting Abbas for ‘contemptuous anti-Semitic slurs’
Let Abbas’s Vile Words Be His Last as Palestinian Leader
Rivlin: How can Abbas portray himself as a peace partner?
In rare move, German Palestinian group slams Abbas’ claims that Jews brought Holocaust on themselves
Yad Vashem blasts Abbas for anti-Semitic bid to blame Jews for their own murder
Palestinian official: Abbas didn’t deny Holocaust, Israel distorted his words
Israel eyes airbase to handle tourist boom, wartime overspill
London Lag B’Omer bonfire erupts into fireball; said to injure 30
Abbas says he rejected offer from Egypt’s Mursi to settle Palestinians in Sinai
Japan, Israel PMs hold talks on Mideast peace, cybersecurity
Japan’s Abe tells Netanyahu: Israel must curb settlements, won’t move embassy to Jerusalem
Japan PM said to tell Netanyahu his country still supports Iran nuclear deal
Lapid says PM seriously harmed national security with Iran revelations
Trump has all but decided to withdraw from Iran nuclear deal
If Trump destroys the nuclear deal, Iran will fall to its hardliners
Iran nuclear deal: UN urges Trump not to walk away
UN: ‘US withdrawal from Iranian nuclear deal – real risk of war’
Cancel Iran deal and you’re back to square one, John Kerry says
Iran’s envoy to UK: Tehran ‘ready’ to scrap nuclear deal if US withdraws
Argentinian President Claims Former Obama Official Asked The Country To Provide Iran With Nuclear Fuel
Pentagon puzzled as typically-aggressive Iranian navy lies low in Strait of Hormuz
Despite Iran’s threats, Israeli army pushes aggressive line against Tehran in Syria
Tehran terrified, ex-Pentagon official says, after daring Mossad operation
Israeli arms sales skyrocket, increasing 41.5% in one year
Assad regime claims it found Israeli arms in rebel hands
Lieberman: ‘If Syrian air defenses are turned against us, we’ll respond’
Syrian rebels prepare to quit south Damascus
Crippled by Syrian conflict and debt, IMF says Lebanon must restructure economy
ISIS suicide bombers attack Libyan electoral commission, killing at least 12
‘Russian military spending falls for first time in 20 years, likely to affect operations’
US judge orders Iran to pay $6 bln to families of 9/11 victims
UN chief Guterres sees meaningful negotiation ahead on North Korea
Peace between North, South Korea won’t mean a homecoming for US troops in the Korean Peninsula
North Korea moves 3 detained Americans to hotel, reports say; Trump says ‘Stay tuned!’
North Korea releases U.S. detainees, bows to another Trump demand
North Korea Will Open Its Doors to Christianity
US-China trade talks center on rivalry over technology
Trump escalates GOP’s clash with Justice Department
Can Trump be forced to testify? Legal precedents suggest yes
Trump Adds Clinton Impeachment Lawyer, Bracing for a Fight on Multiple Fronts
Rudy Giuliani blasts Mueller probe, says ‘disgraceful’ Comey should be indicted
In ‘stunning revelation,’ Giuliani says Trump repaid Cohen for porn star payment
Giuliani says Trump paid $130G to Cohen for ‘expenses’ over several months
Rudy Giuliani May Have Just Implicated President Trump In Serious Campaign Finance Violations
Trump accuser seeks ‘Apprentice’ recordings as evidence for defamation case
Trump ‘dictated’ his own glowing health report – doctor
6.0 magnitude earthquake hits the Easter Island region
5.2 magnitude earthquake hits the Easter Island region
5.2 magnitude earthquake hits near Kirakira, Solomon Islands
5.1 magnitude earthquake hits near Villa Presidente Frei, Nunoa, Santiago, Chile, Chile
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits the Easter Island region
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits the Reykjanes Ridge
Hawaii volcano could erupt after 250 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours
As threat of Kilauea eruption looms, residents told to prepare for worst
Sabancaya volcano in Peru erupts to 25,000ft
Popocateptl volcano in Mexico erupts to 21,000ft
Reventador volcano in Ecuador erupts to 16,000ft
Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupts to 15,000ft
‘Tornado drought’ ends in the Plains
Several large tornadoes raked the Plains on Tuesday; another round starts this evening
77 killed as powerful dust storms ravage north India
Giant sinkhole opens up after record rain in Rotorua, NZ
Multiple sinkholes open in Florida neighborhood, spurring evacuations
Allergy season is getting worse every year, it’s not your imagination
Wave Of Huge Alligators Wreaking Havoc Across Southern States
Labor shortage: More businesses are mellowing out over hiring marijuana smokers
Mobile phone cancer warning as malignant brain tumours double
Scientists build ‘synthetic embryos’
Iowa lawmakers pass strictest abortion law in the US
Pakistan female infanticide: Hundreds of dead bodies of newborns recovered from garbage piles
104-year-old Australian scientist travels to Switzerland to end his life by “voluntary euthanasia”
Boy Scouts are dropping the word ‘Boy’ from flagship program; Girl Scouts shrug
Ben Shapiro: Left’s Attempt to Obliterate Sexual Distinctions in Boy Scouts Is a ‘Fascistic Matter’
Episcopal Church Removes Terms Husband, Wife and Procreation from Marriage to Make it More LGBT Compliant
Church Booted From Baptist Association After Pastor Supports Pro-LGBT Legislation
Teenage girl interested in human sacrifice sentenced for stabbing boy during sex
Don Venoit – Leaning Toward Heresy
Anglican ‘Peacemaker’ Calls For Christians to be Part of The Solution in Ending Israel – Palestine Conflict
Author, Discernment Minister Al Dagar Dead at 78
Tim Keller, John Piper, and Andy Stanley Among the 12 ‘Most Effective’ Preachers
Copeland’s Oppressive Yokes: Watch Kenneth Copeland Beat up the Sheep for Not Being Rich
Give Protestants a Taste of Catholic Communion, German Bishops Tell Vatican
Christian School at Center of Scripture Skirmish Seeks Injunction After Board Votes to Shut It Down
DAYS OF LOT: Mandatory LGBT history lessons for schoolchildren approved by Illinois senate
Posted: 03 May 2018 06:38 AM PDT
Illinois state senators have passed a bill requiring LGBT history to be taught in public schools. The bill proposes that history lessons on Illinois and the U.S. more widely must include the contributions made by the LGBT community. Schoolbooks bought by the state must “accurately portray the diversity of our society,” the bill stated. Every public elementary and high school must teach children about “the
significant role of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals in society,” the bill’s sponsors wrote. Private and religious schools are not bound by the bill. The regional superintendents would be required to ensure the rule is enforced. Senator Heather Steans put forward Senate Bill 3249, which was passed by 34 votes to 18. It must now pass the state House before it can be rolled out. READ MORE
|DAYS OF NOAH: Human clone fears as Euro scientists create life from ‘nothing’
Posted: 03 May 2018 06:31 AM PDT
Scientists have created a living embryo in a laboratory without using either egg or sperm in ground-breaking but hugely controversial experiments. The experimental research combined two types of stem cells and created a viable embryo – which the team say would provide an unlimited stock for medical research. The created embryos would also be used for medical treatment testing and help shed light on one of the biggest infertility enigmas – why embryos fail to implant in the womb. However critics say it is
a huge step towards human cloning. The researchers believe the wonder creation could see mice being cloned in three years time, and humans two decades later. Lead researcher, Professor Nicholas Rivron of Maastricht University, said the main use for the embryos would be to test drugs and solve the infertility riddle. He said: “As you know, embryos are very precious, and it is impossible to use to test drugs on them as you don’t have the numbers. READ MORE
|Phone cancer warning as malignant brain tumors surge…
Posted: 03 May 2018 06:22 AM PDT
Fresh fears have been raised over the role of mobile phones in brain cancer after new evidence revealed rates of a malignant type of tumor have doubled in the last two decades. Charities and scientists have called on the Government to heed longstanding warnings about the dangers of radiation after a fresh analysis revealed a more “alarming” trend in cancers than previously thought. However, the new study,
published in the Journal of Public Health and Environment, has stoked controversy among scientists, with some experts saying the disease could be caused by other factors. The research team set out to investigate the rise of an aggressive and often fatal type of brain tumor known as Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM). They analyzed 79,241 malignant brain tumors over 21 years, finding that cases of GBM in England have increased from around 1,250 a year in 1995 to just under 3,000. READ MORE
|North Korea Will Open Its Doors to Christianity
Posted: 03 May 2018 06:14 AM PDT
(By J. Lee Grady) A few months ago, North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong-un, was firing missiles over Japan and threatening to send nuclear bombs in our direction. But last week, the young leader dropped a different kind of surprise on the world: He met with South Korean president Moon Jae-in on April 27 and announced that the 67-year-old Korean conflict is over. “I came here to put an end to the history of confrontation,” Kim Jung-un told Moon in a meeting on the border town of Panmunjom.
“There will be no more war on the Korean peninsula, and a new age of peace has begun,” the two leaders said in a joint statement. Kim Jong-un, who has built the fourth largest army in the world—with 1.19 million soldiers—says he will now focus on rebuilding his country’s shattered economy. Boom. Just like that, swords were converted into plowshares. The two leaders, all smiles for the cameras, agreed they will denuclearize the Korean peninsula within a year. They also agreed to set up reunions with families that have been divided since the Korean War started in 1950. READ MORE
|Well-Known Atlanta Pastor Is Adding Scantily Clad Aerialists to Worship Services
Posted: 02 May 2018 01:15 PM PDT
In recent years, churches across the world have added anything from strobe lights to bumping base to their worship services, which have attracted a variety of people. But as Christians, is the “show” becoming more import than the act of worshipping. Recently, a church in Atlanta added a new act to
their worship service. Embassy Church International announced that they would be adding aerialists as a regular part of their services. Apostle Bryan Meadows, the head pastor and founder of Embassy Church International, made the announcement on Instagram, sharing photos and video of an aerialist at the Christian conference. READ MORE
|New Bill Banning Biblical Views on Sexual Identity Forces Ministry to Shut Down Conference
Posted: 02 May 2018 01:12 PM PDT
A new California bill is the reason Summit Ministries has decided to cancel their upcoming conference at Biola University outside of Los Angeles. The Ministry is being forced to cancel due to the possibility that what they teach will go against the new California law. AB 2943 an Assembly Bill that states that any
book or conference that preaches against things like homosexuality or transgenderism cannot be allowed. AB 2943 states that any biblical books (including the Bible) cannot be taught, and anyone who does will risk being penalized. Same goes for preaching at a conference, hence why Summit Ministries had to cancel their conference at Biola University. READ MORE
|17 Year-Old Texas teen planned ISIS-inspired mall shooting
Posted: 02 May 2018 12:59 PM PDT
A 17-year-old has been arrested and accused of planning an ISIS-inspired mass shooting spree at a North Texas mall. Federal investigators said Matin Azizi-Yarand was planning to attack Stonebriar Centre in Frisco later this month. According to his arrest warrant affidavit, he sent more than $1,400 to others to buy weapons and tactical gear. And he allegedly wrote a plan to spread his “Message to America” to explain the reason for his attack.
“This is a message for America and any other country that is fighting Islam and slaughtering the Muslims with their fighter jets and other such weaponry,” the message said in part. Azizi-Yarand discussed his deadly plans with a confidential FBI source. He talked about the number of people he could kill by simply firing into the crowd and possibly setting stores on fire, according to the affidavit. READ MORE
|Boy Scouts are dropping the word ‘Boy’ from their signature name
Posted: 02 May 2018 12:25 PM PDT
The Boy Scouts of America doubled down Wednesday on its quest to become the scouting organization of choice for boys and girls, announcing it will drop “Boy” from the name of its signature program. Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh also unveiled the group’s new “Scout Me In” marketing campaign aimed at promoting inclusiveness. “As we enter a new era for our organization, it is important that all youth can see themselves in Scouting in every way possible,” Saurbaugh said.
The umbrella organization will retain its name, Boy Scouts of America or BSA. The term Cub Scouts, for kids 7-10 years old, is gender neutral and also will go unchanged. Boy Scouts, which includes kids from 10 to 17, will become Scouts BSA in February. Change has been coming quickly to the iconic if shrinking organization. In October, it announced it would provide programs for girls. READ MORE