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David Meade Says Doomsday Begins September 23

September 21, 2017

Will a constellation appear in the skies above Jerusalem on September 23, heralding the coming Doomsday? That is what David Meade, a ′special investigator′ claims. The prediction was posted on Meade′s website, PlanetX. He tells the tale of how after this Saturday′s celestial event occurs, the Earth will begin the 7 years of Tribulation starting in October. By the end of this year, we will have numerous storms, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Eventually, the Earth will be smashed by a rogue planet named Nibiru. Of course, NASA has debunked the whole prediction. What else did you expect them to do?



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Trump Lectures UN On Principled Realism

September 19, 2017

President Donald J. Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly for the first time this morning. His speech slammed rogue states like North Korea, Iran, Syria and Venezuela. He even fired a shot at Russia for meddling with Ukraine and China for its aggressive actions in the Western Pacific. President Trump also was critical of the UN and its failings towards making the world a better place. He then lectured the UN on the concept of ′principled realism′, where decisions are made not based on ideology but on outcome. The President assured the audience that America will always be a great friend to the world, but that they should not expect to get away with unfair advantages any longer.



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Sean Spicer Wrong, 2017 Emmy Awards Worst Ratings Ever

September 19, 2017

Hard to say if this is a case of ′How the mighty have fallen″ or ″how low will you go for your 30 pieces of silver″? Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer humiliated himself for a paycheck at the 2017 Emmy Awards. The 69th edition of the show had its worst TV ratings ever. Spicer appeared on stage after host Stephen Colbert asked what the ratings for the Emmys would be, since ratings matter to President Donald Trump. Spicer entered the stage with a podium and declared that the ratings would be the best ever. But, in fact, the ratings were awful. By some estimates the worst ever, or, at best, the second worst.



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Marseille Acid Attack On 4 American Tourists

September 17, 2017

Following the London ′Tube′ bombing by terrorists in the UK, 4 young American women in their 20s have been attacked in France today. A 41 year-old woman was arrested in Marseille after attacking the 4 American tourists with acid. The incident took place at the Saint Charles train station. All 4 victims have been taken to the hospital, two of them in a state of shock, the other two with facial burns from the acid. Police are releasing few details as of yet. Marseille is a port city in southern France, not all that far from Barcelona, Spain, site of an earlier series of terrorist attacks.



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Hillary Clinton, More Email, Benghazi Trouble

September 15, 2017

While Hillary Clinton tours the country pushing her new book, ″What Happened″, more evidence of what really happened during term as Secretary of State is being learned. Thanks to a Freedom of Information request by Judicial Watch, the State Department released some 1,600 more emails from Hillary. These were apparently still on Huma Abebin′s email account. The emails include more examples of the mishandling of classified material, as well as some ′pay-for-play′ corruption. One email details how Hillary granted a Russian company some special visas and permit waivers. The company then made a donation of some $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation.



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Thomas Jefferson Statue Covered

September 15, 2017

On Tuesday night, a group of 100 people including Black Lives Matter gathered in front of the Rotunda at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The Thomas Jefferson statue was covered by the group with a black shroud. A number of signs were placed on and around the statue, including one accusing Jefferson as being a racist and a rapist. The shroud was removed later and the president of UVA, Teresa A. Sullivan, issued a statement that the school opposes the covering of the school′s founder. Yes, Thomas Jefferson founded UVA, as well as helping found the United States of America.



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Hurricane Irma Now A Tropical Storm

September 11, 2017

It′s official! The National Hurricane Center as of 8am EDT this morning has downgraded Hurricane Irma to a tropical storm. Located at the time about 30 miles NNE of Cedar Key, Florida, Irma now has sustained winds of ONLY 70MPH. So, it is still a major storm which will caused much damage as it continues to move NNW at 18MPH. After making landfall near Naples, Florida yesterday afternoon as a Category 3 storm, Irma surprised the meteorologists. Actually, it started surprising them earlier the night before. While raking the northern coast of Cuba, Irma kept going west much longer than the computer models predicted. Thus, Miami was spared a direct hit.



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Run Away - Florida Braces For Hurricane Irma

September 8, 2017

I almost want to shout, ″Run away! Run away!″, like in the movie, ″Monty Python and the Holy Grail″. Florida is getting ready for Hurricane Irma. The most powerful storm in modern history. After smashing its way through the Leeward Islands and others, Irma is now bearing down on the Sunshine State. Currently, Hurricane Irma is a Category 4 storm, with sustained winds of about 150MPH and gusts near 190MPH. Yesterday, she had sustained winds of 185MPH with gusts around 225MPH. But don′t let the Category 4 rating fool you. The minimum for Category 5 is sustained winds of 157MPH, so she′s not that far off and is expected to strengthen again.



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Hurricane Irma 2017 Makes Landfall

September 6, 2017

Hurricane Irma, the strongest storm so far in 2017, made landfall earlier this morning. The Category 5 super-storm has pounded the Caribbean Islands of Anguilla, St. Martin, Barbuda and others. Many more are under a hurricane warning such as the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, etc. Irma is packing sustained winds of 185MPH and is moving West-Northwest at about 16MPH. On the island of Barbuda, the NOAA weather station recorded sustained winds of 118MPH with gusts up to 155MPH. Hurricane Irma is a massive storm with substantial winds extending some 175 miles out from its center eye. Some islands will get 10 to 20 inches of rain as it passes over with storm surges from 7 to 11 feet.



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Texas Open Carry Law 2017 For Long Blades

September 5, 2017

You gotta love Texas! Last Friday, the new Texas open carry law for 2017 went into effect. Citizens of the Lone Star State may now carry blades and other edged weapons larger than 5.5 inches in length. So break out the Bowie knives and katanas! Just think, you may see free men and women carrying machetes, sabers and spears. Oh yes, spears, too! Fans of the hit, History Channel series, ″Forged In Fire″ will know what I′m talking about. ″The sword may be the prince of the battlefield, but the spear is KING!″



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North Korea Tests H-Bomb

September 3, 2017

North Korea conducted its 6th nuclear weapon test Sunday and claims that it was a thermonuclear weapon or H-Bomb. They claimed an H-Bomb test last time they denoted a device back on September 9, 2016. However, from the 5.1 seismic reading and the device being estimated to be around 10 kilotons in 2016, it seems unlikely. That weapon was probably a fission weapon, similar to those used in WW2. In fact, at 10 kilotons, it was actually a smaller blast. But this time, the seismic reading was 6.3 magnitude, indicating a blast of some 120 kilotons. Furthermore, a second seismic event of about 4.6 right after probably indicates that the cavern the weapon was tested in collapsed.



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Trump In Texas, Louisiana

September 3, 2017

On Saturday, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited both Texas and Louisiana. They made multiple stops in Houston, Lake Charles and other locations ravaged by Hurricane Harvey. The President and First Lady met with First Responders and volunteer rescue teams, like the Cajun Navy, and with victims of the devastating storm. They toured relief centers and even lent a hand in helping pass out food and supplies to refugees still forced out of their homes by floods.



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Trump Texas Visit, Harvey Update

August 30, 2017

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump went to Texas yesterday to visit with those managing the response to Hurricane Harvey. Now a tropical storm, Harvey has set records for most rainfall in Texas with about 52 inches in some locations. The President and his wife arrived first in Corpus Christi, about 30 miles south from where Harvey came ashore last Friday. They then went to Austin, the state capitol. At both stops, POTUS and FLOTUS were briefed by federal, state and local officials as to how the relief effort is going and what more is needed. Before leaving for Austin, the President gave a quick speech at a fire station in Corpus Christi, waving a state flag of Texas and providing words of encouragement.



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Dear AntiFa, Go To Venezuela

August 29, 2017

I have a message for the membership of AntiFa, GO TO VENEZUELA! If you guys are really all about fighting Fascism, then that is where the action, or Aktion, is. Even a recent documentary aired by Vice TV shows just how bad things are in Venezuela. Under Nicolas Maduro and his predecessor, Hugo Chavez, the bare necessities like food, milk and toilet paper are in short supply. They have turned a once prosperous nation into a Marxist, dictatorship hell-hole. AntiFa claims they not only oppose Fascism, but also police brutality, too. There is plenty of police brutality in Venezuela to demonstrate against. Of course, AntiFa is a Marxist-Communist group, so they ought to fit right in with the Maduro government. Who knows, maybe he′ll them them their very own water cannon to hose down people seeking justice and democracy with?



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Disaster As Houston Floods

August 28, 2017

The City of Houston, Texas is facing disaster as it floods. Tropical Storm Harvey is still causing problems days after being a Category 4 hurricane. Harvey has dumped some 11 TRILLION gallons of water in just the past 3 days! Enough water to coat the entire continental 48 states. And Harvey is far from over as a rain maker. Texas and Louisiana can expect rain from Harvey through the weekend. There is growing criticism against Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner who had advised citizens to shelter in place rather than evacuate. Texas Governor Greg Abbott recommended last Thursday that everyone in Hurricane Harvey′s path evacuate. But few did from Houston and Harris County. Now, the area faces a crisis.



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Hurricane Harvey Slams Texas

August 26, 2017

Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas as a Category 4 storm last night. It made landfall near Rockport around 10pm Central Time, packing sustained winds of 130 MPH with gusts over 160 MPH. Earlier in the day, the mayor of Rockport had warned those residents whom did not comply with the mandatory evacuation order to write their name and Social Security number on their arms for later identification. Now THAT is COLD! President Donald Trump has already declared Texas a federal disaster zone, expediting aid to the state. Currently, Hurricane Harvey is around Victoria, Texas and has been downgraded to a Category 1 storm. Rain and flooding remain the primary issues. With the ground so soaked, even winds of 40 MPH or less may be enough to uproot trees, causing serious property damage.



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Preparing For Hurricane Harvey

August 25, 2017

Texas is bracing itself from Hurricane Harvey. This may be the first major storm in 2017 to hit the United States this season. America has not had a Category 3 or worse storm in a dozen years since Wilma. The latest advisory information is that Hurricane Harvey is at a Cat 2 level with sustained wind speeds of 105MPH and gusts of 130MPH. It is expected to intensify over the next 12 to 24 hours into a Cat 3 storm before slamming into coast, probably between the mouth of the Rio Grande to Port Mansfield, Texas. Aside from the wind and storm surge, major flooding may occur due to a prolonged period of heavy rain. Some areas of Eastern Texas could get 35 inches or more of rain over the next 3 days.



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ESPN Robert Lee Pulled, Political Correctness Police

August 24, 2017

ESPN has been having trouble lately with the Political Correctness Police. Last week they held a fantasy football player auction which resembled a slave auction. Now they are bowing before the PC cops as ESPN pulls Robert Lee from doing the play-by-play for an upcoming football game featuring the University of Virginia. After the protest about the General Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville, it just seemed too much. ESPN is not alone in bending their knee to the forces of Political Correctness. The University of Southern California is looking to change the name of the white horse which the team′s ′mascot′ Trojan rides from Traveler, the same name as General Lee′s horse.



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Trump Afghanistan Speech Unveils New Strategy

August 22, 2017

President Donald J. Trump gave a 30-minute Afghanistan speech last night from Fort Myers. Addressing the nation, and an audience of military personnel, the President explained his plans for fighting terrorism in South Asia. For 16 years, the United States and many of our allies, have been battling terrorists in Afghanistan, making it the longest war in U.S. history. Shortly after taking office, President Trump directed the Defense Department and other agencies to review our strategy. Last night, he reported the results.



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Confederate Monument In Indiana Vandalized

August 21, 2017

Another Confederate monument was vandalized this weekend, this time near Indianapolis, Indiana. Police arrested a man who painted a symbol of Communism, a hammer and sickle, on a monument memorializing some 1,600 Confederate soldiers who died as prisoners of war at a Union camp outside of the city. Last week, even a large bust of Abraham Lincoln was vandalized as he is now considered to be a racist by some. More and more politicians are calling for all such statues and monuments to be removed from public display as this latest anti-history frenzy builds momentum. One has to wonder if this policy will include monuments to Black Confederate soldiers, like the one in Vicksburg pictured below, as well?



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