Turkey backs Palestinians over holy site tensions/Islamic banking set to boom in Canada and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

Vandals Replace Baby Jesus in Mass. Church’s Nativity Display with Pig’s Head; Police Investigate Possible Hate Crime

A vandal or vandals replaced a baby Jesus statue in a Nativity scene display in front of a Haverhill, Massachusetts, church with a bloody pig’s head early Christmas morning, and police in the area are investigating the heinous act as a possible hate crime.  Local news reports state that the statue was stolen from the …

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At Least 24 Dead in Malaysia and Thailand Floods, Worst in a Decade

The worst flooding in Malaysia in more than a decade has killed 10 people and forced nearly 160,000 from their homes and more rain is expected, authorities said on Sunday. Over the border in southern Thailand, 14 people have been killed in the floods that began in mid-December. Among the casualties, five were in the …

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Stunning Photos reveal rapid deterioration of Detroit

The bare truth of Detroit’s deterioration is captured by perhaps the most unsentimental chronicler you can imagine: the Google Street View car. That’s the discovery of GooBing Detroit, a blog on Tumblr that began early last year as a comparison of street views from circa-2009 Google Maps and circa-2012 Bing Maps (hence the name GooBing). …

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Scientists study latest Yellowstone earthquake swarms

The latest earthquake swarm in central Idaho could help scientists better understand quake belts extending from Yellowstone National Park. The most recent swarm in the Challis area started this week and so far 20 quakes have been recorded, the largest a magnitude 3.7 on Monday. “There’s obviously a fault down there at depth to produce …

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Anti-Police protesters plan to disrupt new years eve celebrations

Anti-police protesters are planning to disrupt New Year’s Eve celebrations at major metropolitan sites. The website Stop Mass Incarceration calls upon activists to not allow New Years Eve 2015 “to go down because business as usual in Amerikkka includes wanton police murder of Black people.” The announcement says that as Americans around the country ringing …

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Gay marriage dynamic in U.S. shifted dramatically in 2014

For the first time, a majority of Americans are living in a state that allows gay marriage. After a year of cascading court opinions tossing out many remaining restrictions, the dynamic in 2014 changed from how many states allow same-sex marriage to how many states don’t. Now, at the end of the year, same-sex marriage …

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MIRV: A Nuclear game-changer for India and China

Multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles, or MIRVs, on Chinese and Indian ballistic missiles potentially pose a more serious threat to the world than the nuclear programs of Iran or North Korea, writes Zachary Keck, the managing editor of Washington-based National Interest magazine in an article published Dec. 19. MIRVs allow Chinese and Indian missiles to …

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Islamic banking set to boom in Canada

After emerging largely unscathed from the financial crisis that hammered North American and European financial institutions, Islamic banking has momentum. Worth $1 trillion in assets, Islamic banking is being lauded by British Prime Minister David Cameron and supported by Canada’s Conservative government, major banks and credit unions, leading business schools and influential Muslims across the …

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‘It’s Gonna Be a Bloodbath’: Expert Reveals the Economic Defects Under the Government’s Numbers

On Tuesday, the Commerce Department released a fantastic estimate: In the third quarter of 2014, U.S. GDP grew at a rate of 5 percent, the fastest it’s grown since 2003. But things might not be all they’re cracked up to be.v“Overall the economy is quite weak,” Peter Schiff, CEO and chief global strategist at Euro Pacific Capital Inc., …

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Farmers Brace for Labor Shortage Under Obama Amnesty Policy

Farmers already scrambling to find workers in California — the nation’s leading grower of fruits, vegetables and nuts — fear an even greater labor shortage under President Barack Obama’s executive action to block some 5 million people from deportation. Thousands of the state’s farmworkers, who make up a significant portion of those who will benefit, …

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Ebola Chief Says CDC Lab Incident Poses No Risk to Public

The U.S. Ebola response coordinator called the mishandling of materials that led to a lab technician’s possible exposure to the virus “unacceptable.” Ebola Response Coordinator Ron Klain told CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday that the incident at a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention carried no risk to the public because of protocols and …

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Former Homosexual Reveals ‘Unmitigated Disaster of Gay Marriage’

For over 10 years I lived the homosexual lifestyle, and for 34 years I have not. And there are very good reasons for that difference. To those who suggest that I never was homosexual, my response is, “Does sleeping with over 1,000 men count?” Oh yes. I was homosexual, though like most, I never wanted …

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Muslim Group Suing Navy Over Alleged Beard Discrimination

A Muslim group is suing the Navy on behalf of a man who says he was discriminated against because of his beard. The former Navy enlisted man alleges that he requested to keep his beard for religious reasons and was later made fun of because of it. He also claims he was rejected for a …

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Emergency shutdown at Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant

One of the reactors at the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant has automatically shut down after a glitch. This is the second halt in operations in recent weeks at the plant in Ukraine’s southeast, which covers at least one fifth of the country’s power needs. “Unit 6 at Zaporizhzhya NPP was disconnected from the network by …

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Only War, Inflation And Financial Collapse Can End The Global “Plutonomy”, According To Citi

The last time the market was as euphoric and as complacent as it is now, was in the happy go lucky days of 2006 when every day stocks surged without a care in the world, when Lehman bankers were looking to a comfortable retirement after cashing out their stock (then trading north of $70), when …

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Spiritual leader of African Hebrew Israelites dies

The spiritual leader of the African Hebrew Israelites, a movement that believes some black Americans are the descendants of an ancient Israelite tribe, has died in the southern Israeli town where he brought his followers four decades ago, the polygamous vegan group said Sunday. Ben Ammi Ben Israel died Saturday at the age of 75, …

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Teacher tells students that pilgrims were “America’s first terrorists” and not to listen to their parents

The education system in America – like the entertainment industry and the mainstream media – has been dominated by maniacal left-wing Progressives for decades, as evidenced by the routine revisionism of U.S. history, which almost always portrays our nation’s founding as illegitimate, improper, racist and tainted. And while no serious student of our nation’s history …

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Why Rockefellers aim at destroying farmers worldwide

For the better part of the past century, Western pop culture has systematically denigrated and devalued what should be the most honored profession of all. Those who labor with the land, day-in and day-out, to deliver the food that we eat have assumed a social status too often similar to the dirt of the soil …

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Thieves suspected in disappearance of 150 cattle as beef prices skyrocket

A recent headline in The Spokesman-Review seemed to have been pulled right out of the Old West: “Rustling suspected as Idaho cattle herds vanish.” The article describes how three ranchers have had 150 cattle “go missing” over the last few weeks. Those cattle are estimated to be worth $350,000, about $2,300 per head on average. …

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The 2.6 Billion Dollar Welfare Payment That The U.S. Government Gives To Wal-Mart

Should the federal government be spending billions of dollars to pump up Wal-Mart’s profits? I know that question sounds really bizarre, but unfortunately this is essentially what is happening. Because Wal-Mart does not pay them enough money, hundreds of thousands of Wal-Mart employees enroll in Medicaid, food stamps and other social welfare programs. Even though …

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Former Adventist Leader Who Tried Atheism for Year Now Claims: ‘I Don’t Think God Exists’

A former Seventh Day Adventist leader who announced at the beginning of 2014 that he would experiment with atheism for a year now claims that he doesn’t believe that God exists. As previously reported, Ryan Bell, 43, led Hollywood Adventist Church until March of last year, when has was asked to resign over his increasingly …

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Vitamin B supplementation before conception improves health of newborns

Researchers have found that women who take folic acid (which is a B vitamin), before conception have a reduced risk of giving birth to children who are small for their gestational age (SGA). SGA is considered as having a birth weight less than the 10th percentile or falling in the lowest 10% of babies that …

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NATO, West Is The Biggest Threat Of Our Existence, Says Russia; Ready to Use Precision Weapons Versus US, Allies

Just days after Ukraine re-signified strong intentions to join NATO, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned to cut whatever remaining ties, saying the Atlantic military alliance is the biggest threat to its existence. Suffice to say, Mr Putin hinted he will not back down in using conventional weapons, if needed, to thwart attempts of foreign aggression …

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Turkey backs Palestinians over holy site tensions

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Sunday that Turkey stands behind Palestinians in their efforts to oppose what he called Israeli attempts to “reduce the Islamic character” of Jerusalem. Davutoglu was speaking to reporters in the central Turkish city of Konya, a day after meeting with exiled Hamas chief Khaled Mashaal. Violent demonstrations led Israel …

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U.S. Supreme Court Rules 8-1 that Citizens Have No Protection Against Fourth Amendment Violations by Police Officers Ignorant of the Law.

In a blow to the constitutional rights of citizens, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-1 in Heien v. State of North Carolina that police officers are permitted to violate American citizens’ Fourth Amendment rights if the violation results from a “reasonable” mistake about the law on the part of police. Acting contrary to the venerable …

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Russia’s Terrifying ‘Nuke Trains’ Will Be Roving The Rails By 2018

Banned under the previous STARTII treaty, but not excluded in 2011’s New START treaty, Russia is pulling from its Soviet strategic playbook and reviving the intercontinental ballistic missile toting, hiding in plain sight, ‘Nuke Train’ concept. Sounding more like a set-piece from a James Bond movie, this new and improved Nuke Train will be carrying even …

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Will World War 3 Be Fought Over Food?

Whole world knows the consequences of a nuclear war. So, despite Putin’s aggression, the Ukraine crisis or the Arctic oil dispute may not escalate into the full-fledged World War 3. Mark Koba of Fortune magazine says that the World War 3 could be fought over food. The world is currently facing a massive food crisis. …

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Missing plane is 3rd Malaysia-linked incident in year.

The disappearance Sunday of AirAsia Flight 8501 was the third air incident this year involving Malaysia, where budget carrier AirAsia in based. Here’s a look at the two other disasters, as well as the latest missing flight, which went missing with 162 people aboard less than an hour after taking off from Surabaya, Indonesia, for …

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AirAsia Pilot asked to deviate from flight plan.

With the disappearance Sunday morning of yet another plane from Southeast Asia, the day unfolded here with scenes that have grown tragically familiar: the series of news conferences by government and airline officials, the mounting of a huge search-and-recovery operation, the families gathered at the airport tearfully awaiting word. Indonesian authorities began and then had …

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Iran military helps Iraq fight ISIS; Obama welcomes.


Iranian military involvement has dramatically increased in Iraq over the past year as Tehran has delivered desperately needed aid to Baghdad in its fight against Islamic State militants, say U.S., Iraqi and Iranian sources. In the eyes of Obama administration officials, equally concerned about the rise of the brutal Islamist group, that’s an acceptable role …

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UN says children most affected in Syria war


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