Sunday, February 22, 2015

Public school has students bowing to the sun god

Public school has students bowing to the sun god

World News Daily | February 21, 2015

A legal case over a public school in California that has students “bowing to the sun god” is looming in an appeals court, where a team of lawyers advocating for student and parental rights is challenging the Encinitas Union School District’s Ashtanga yoga program.

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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Gay Catholic group gets VIP treatment at Vatican for first time

Gay Catholic group gets VIP treatment at Vatican for first time

Reuters | February 18, 2015

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - A prominent American Catholic gay rights group was given VIP treatment for the first time at an audience with Pope Francis on Wednesday, a move members saw as a sign of change in the Roman Catholic Church.

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Department of Homeland Security says Right Wing Terror threat is equal to ISIS

Department of Homeland Security says Right Wing Terror threat is equal to ISIS

DHS intelligence report warns of domestic right-wing terror threat

CNN | February 20, 2015

Some federal and local law enforcement groups view the domestic terror threat from sovereign citizen groups as equal to -- and in some cases greater than -- the threat from foreign Islamic terror groups, such as ISIS, that garner more public attention.​

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The next marriage redefinition? Massachusetts lesbian ‘throuple’expecting their first child


The next marriage redefinition? Massachusetts lesbian ‘throuple’expecting their first child

Lifesitenews.com

Three “married” lesbians in Massachusetts have announced they are expecting the first of several children intended for their polygamous union. But marriage advocates say the story confirms their warnings about the slippery slope created by redefining marriage and granting legal privileges based on a self-identified characteristic like sexual orientation.

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Copenhagen Wakes Up to New World Order as Police Cover City

Copenhagen Wakes Up to New World Order as Police Cover City

Bloomberg | February 2015

It’s a city where mothers are used to leaving their babies in prams outside cafes and cyclists can bike through parliament square without encountering a single security guard. Now, Copenhagen is full of heavily armed police officers and the constant sound of sirens as the government warns citizens that things are about to change.

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Friday, February 20, 2015

Birth certificates ask parents if ‘woman giving birth’ is female

Birth certificates ask parents if ‘woman giving birth’ is female

NY Post | January 30, 2015

No, that’s not a typo. A city Health Department form for new parents requesting birth certificates asks the “woman giving birth” if she’s male or female.

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DEA tracks movements of millions of Americans using license plate readers


DEA tracks movements of millions of Americans using license plate readers

Natural News | February 18, 2015

American citizens are being monitored more closely than ever, according to a recent report by The Wall Street Journal. In the latest chapter regarding the government's systematic assault on our right to privacy, it has been revealed that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has been secretly tracking vehicles using cameras that record license plate numbers and information about the movement of vehicles on U.S. highways.

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Thursday, February 19, 2015

God's Bankers, Author Gerald Posner Explains The Vatican Bank's SecretHistory Of Hiding Mafia Money

God's Bankers, Author Gerald Posner Explains The Vatican Bank's SecretHistory Of Hiding Mafia Money

Huffington Post | February 4, 2015

Gerald Posner's book God's Bankers: A History of Money and Power at the Vatican chronicles the secret side of the Vatican Bank, the Catholic Church's completely independent financial institution. Part of that history is how the bank became a haven for the loot of mobsters, mafia men and money launderers, which Posner explained to HuffPost Live's Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani in a Tuesday interview.

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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Blending of Genders is in, traditional Genders are out

Blending of Genders is in, traditional Genders are out

QZ.com | January 21, 2015

Blurred gender lines are nothing new on edgier fashion runways. But earlier this week at Gucci’s menswear show—a catwalk usually relegated to strong-shouldered suiting and square-jawed male models—androgynous looks took center stage.

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90% Of Big Pharma Spent More On Marketing Than Research In 2013 Alone

90% Of Big Pharma Spent More On Marketing Than Research In 2013 Alone

Natural Society | February 11, 2015

Surely Big Pharma corporations are spending their cash on research ‘for the cure’ and finding ways to implement life-saving ingredients into their next formula, right? As it turns out, 9 out of 10 Big Pharma companies actually spent more on their sales and marketing than their research and development.

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Obama wants more internet regulation by Government

Obama wants more internet regulation by Goverment

Net Neutrality will cost you

New York Post | February 12, 2015


In his relentless drive to leave no aspect of American life unmolested, President Obama’s next stop is cyberspace. Having “reformed” US medicine, he now aims to “repair” the World Wide Web. If you like ObamaCare, you’ll love ObamaNet.

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Protestants are being persecuted by Roman Catholics in Mexico

Protestants are being persecuted by Roman Catholics in Mexico

Christians in Mexico Deprived of Homes for Refusing to Renounce their Faith

Morning Star News | February 3, 2015

In one of at least three instances of persecution of Christians in southern Mexico’s Chiapas state last month, village leaders reneged on their agreement to allow 47 evangelicals who were expelled for their faith to return to their homes and land.

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Hundreds of ‘Churches’ to Celebrate ‘Evolution Sunday’ as Others Celebrate ‘Creation Sunday’

Hundreds of ‘Churches’ to Celebrate ‘Evolution Sunday’ as Others Celebrate ‘Creation Sunday’

Christian News | February 9, 2015

Nearly 500 “churches” in the United States will commemorate Charles Darwin’s birthday this week with “Evolution Sunday,” but many other congregations plan to recognize the biblical Creator and celebrate “Creation Sunday” instead.

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Fury in Egypt as ISIS 'beheads 21 Egyptian Christians' in Libya

Fury in Egypt as ISIS 'beheads 21 Egyptian Christians' in Libya

The Times of India | February 16, 2015

Egypt's leader vowed to punish the "murderers" responsible for the beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians after the Islamic State group in Libya released a video on Sunday purportedly showing the mass killing.

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The largest bank robbery ever: up to $900M possibly stolen, and no need for a getaway car

The largest bank robbery ever: up to $900M possibly stolen, and no need for a getaway car

Yahoo News | February 16, 2014

Following a well planned operation, that involved months of spying through the use of sophisticated software, unknown hackers originating from Russia, China and Europe managed to steal at least $300 million from a large number of banks — which are now aware of the hack but chose not to disclose these losses.

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Japan orders Fukushima waste to be released into ocean

Japan orders Fukushima waste to be released into ocean

Natural News | February 15, 2015

With nowhere else to put it and workers constantly being exposed to it, radiation from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility in Japan has been ordered to be dumped into the ocean by Japanese regulators, according to new reports. This was just two days after a plant employee accidentally fell into one of the onsite storage tanks filled with radioactive water, resulting in his death.

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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Supreme Court Justice says America is Ready for Gay Marriage

Supreme Court Justice says America is Ready for Gay Marriage

Bloomberg | February 12, 2015

Americans are prepared to accept a U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, pointing to what she described as a sweeping change in attitudes toward gays.

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Christian Parents on the Run From CPS Helped by Donors to Evade Police in 1,000-Mile Chase

Christian Parents on the Run From CPS Helped by Donors to Evade Police in 1,000-Mile Chase

Christian Post | February 9, 2015

A Christian couple who fled their Washington home with three small children in tow to evade Child Protective Services were eventually tracked down by police in California last week, but not before they had managed to elude authorities for more than a week after receiving donations from various anti-CPS supporters throughout their 1,000-mile journey, a source close to the family has said.

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Seventh-day Adventist Ben Carson Placed on 'Extremist' Watch List by SPLC

Seventh-day Adventist Ben Carson Placed on 'Extremist' Watch List by SPLC

Charisma News | February 10, 2014

Potential presidential candidate Ben Carson has been labeled as an "extremist" by the Southern Poverty Law Center for his support of biblical marriage.

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Saturday, February 7, 2015

Hungarian lawmakers ban Sunday shopping to boost family togetherness

Hungarian lawmakers ban Sunday shopping to boost family togetherness

LA Times | December 16, 2014

Hungarian lawmakers on Tuesday passed a bill that will ban most shopping on Sundays, casting the move as insurance that families will have more time together.

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Sunday Advocate promotes Sunday Rest at Christian University

Sunday Advocate promotes Sunday Rest at Christian University

Readmedia.com | January 30, 2015

On Jan. 28, Lexington, Ky.'s Dr. Matthew Sleeth, founder and executive director of Blessed Earth, challenged the community of Campbellsville University to rest more. "In my day, nothing was open on Sunday. No one would sell us anything," Sleeth said.

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Blasphemous Film Claims Satan Is Jesus' Alter-Ego

Blasphemous Film Claims Satan Is Jesus' Alter-Ego

Charisma News | February 2, 2015
Last Days is an imagined story of test Jesus experienced post-baptism while wandering the desert fasting and praying for 40 days, though it's telling is anything but biblical. 

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How a McDonald's Sausage Burrito contains more than 100 ingredients -including one chemical used in FIREWORKS

How a McDonald's Sausage Burrito contains more than 100 ingredients -including one chemical used in FIREWORKS

Daily Mail | February 6, 2015

A McDonald's Sausage Burrito certainly promises to fire you up for the day, with more than 100 ingredients including one chemical compound used in fireworks.

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Friday, February 6, 2015

New Congressional Bill Declares Homosexual Love as a Basic Human Right

New Congressional Bill Declares Homosexual Love as a Basic Human Right

Charisma News | February 2, 2015

Congress is introducing a bill that says the freedom to love whomever you want is a basic human right.

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Pope Francis and America’s shifting views toward Catholics

Pope Francis and America’s shifting views toward Catholics

Religious News Service | January 23, 2015

Did you catch the shoutout to Pope Francis during President Obama’s State of the Union address? It’s only the third time in history that’s happened.
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Obama invokes Pope Francis in State of the Union address

Obama invokes Pope Francis in State of the Union address

National Reporter | January 21, 2015

President Obama gave a papal shout-out in his State of the Union Tuesday night, the third president to reference a pope during the annual update to Congress.

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Why Huntsville First Seventh-day Adventist Church is starting a Sunday worship service

Why Huntsville First Seventh-day Adventist Church is starting a Sunday worship service

AL.com | February 4, 2015

The Saturday-Sabbath is such a big deal to Seventh-day Adventists that it's their first name, and members around the world have endured significant cultural, economic and sometimes even governmental persecution because of members' determination to keep Saturdays as a day of rest and worship.

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Pope Francis will address Congress during U.S. visit

Pope Francis will address Congress during U.S. visit

CBS News | February 5, 2015

Pope Francis will address a joint session in Congress on Sept. 24 during his visit to the United States, House Speaker John Boehner announced Thursday. He will be the first leader of the Catholic Church to do so.

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