Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Christian Fighters Join Iraqi Forces to Push ISIS Out of Mosul

Christian Post - Christians in Iraq have recently joined with Kurdish fighters and government forces in an effort to push the Islamic State out of the northern territory, including the city of Mosul.

The Nineveh Plains Protection Unit (NPU), formed two years ago following the rise of the Islamic State's persecution of Christians in northern Iraq, works together with the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government to fight the terrorist group's militants.
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Twitter Puts Anti-American, Anti-Israel Group in Charge of Censorship

Daniel Greenfield - Twitter has unveiled its creepily Orwellian "Trust and Safety Council" under the creepily Orwellian slogan, "When it comes to safety, everyone plays a role". These groups will be helping set censorship policy for the site.

The Trust and Safety Council incorporates a laundry list of organizations, most obsessed with identity politics, bullying of hate speech, some of them more problematic than others. So while the Dangerous Speech Project suggests that countering speech is better than censorship, Twitter's Trust and Safety Council also includes Feminist Frequency.
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Ashe Schow: Women can support whomever the 'hell' they want

h/t - @Instapundit

Washington Examiner - When former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright claimed this past week that "There's a special place in hell for women who don't support other women," she insulted all women, reducing us to our gender and nothing else.

She was referring to Hillary Clinton, suggesting women should just vote for the former secretary of state because she is also a woman. I don't recall her making any such statements in favor of Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, even when the former Hewlett-Packard CEO appeared to be rising in the polls.
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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

America Stop Falling for Cults of Personality & Promote Principles

John Dunne - In 2016, America is very divided and has become a cult of personality. In election 2016, it seems people have exchanged discussing principles for pom-poms to cheer on their candidate. In this podcast I address folks who get offended when principled questions “hurt” their favorite candidate and break down the Iowa result and why he will be watching the actions of Marco Rubio very carefully over the next couple of weeks. Lastly I break down another new aspect of New York City Values which are not currently being discussed. 

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Heritage Researchers React to Obama’s Budget

Daily Signal (Edmund Haislmaier) - President Barack Obama released his 2017 Fiscal Year Budget to Congress. Here is what Heritage Foundation researches had to say about the president’s budget:

Super Bowl Linebacker Shares Christian Testimony of Playing Through Heart Condition & 3 ACL Injuries

Christian Post - Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis is sharing his heartfelt testimony about a heart condition and three ACL injuries that he believes God helped him through on the journey to Super Bowl 50.

Davis, 32, underwent surgery two weeks before the Super Bowl and played in the big game with a cast on his broken right arm that was surgically repaired with 11 screw, a plate, and an arm full of stitches. 

Although the Panthers suffered a 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos, Davis managed to combine for 17 tackles with fellow linebacker Luke Kuechly.
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Anonymous Calls For Saudi Arabia to be Banned From Olympic Games For Human Rights Abuses

ISIS threatens to attack France AGAIN - A matter of "when" not "if" they strike

ISLAMIC State (ISIS) has threatened another terror attack on French soil - and far-right political activists are their prime target.


The death cult, also known as Daesh, said it was a matter of "when" not "if" they strike a mass rally for the Front National (FN) party.

It said the group - led by firebrand Marine Le Pen - is its “first choice target” in what it calls an inevitable follow-up to the Paris attacks.
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White House seeks billions for Arctic climate change response

Washington Examiner - The White House said Tuesday that it will include funding to help Alaska and the Arctic cope with the challenging effects of climate change as part of its fiscal year 2017 budget request.
The biggest piece of its climate spending proposal comes from a $2 billion fund to help coastal communities deal with sea-level rise. 

Of that, $400 million will be allocated over 10 years "to cover the unique circumstances confronting vulnerable Alaskan communities, including relocation expenses for Alaska Native villages threatened by rising seas, coastal erosion, and storm surges," according to a White House fact sheet issued ahead of the main budget release.
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Monday, February 8, 2016

Why these Obama voters are backing Donald Trump

Farmington, New Hampshire (CNN) - Eight years after they drew inspiration from Barack Obama's insurgent campaign, some of the very voters who helped elect the first African-American president are standing behind a candidate whose image and message are strikingly different: Donald Trump.

Obama campaigned on themes of hope and change; Trump declared in his June announcement speech that the American Dream was dead. Obama called on the country to shed racial divisions; some of Trump's biggest applause lines are his pledge to build a wall on the Mexican border and ban Muslim immigration. Obama is a gifted orator with a cool and intellectual demeanor; Trump is an improviser with a knack for dramatic flair.

Indian Man Thought to Be First Ever Killed By Meteorite

Time - 


NASA says there's no record of anyone being killed by a meteorite before


A man was killed after being struck by a meteorite in India over the weekend, apparently becoming the first person in recorded history to die in such a manner.

A bus driver, identified as V. Kamaraj, died after suffering severe injuries while he was walking close to the cafeteria at the Bharathidasan Engineering College, where the object hit, according to the Wall Street Journal. Three others were injured in the blast.
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