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December 15, 2018

Dec 15 10:58

Sweden is generous to migrants, while its pensioners turn to soup kitchens

While migrants get a lot of things for free, more and more Swedish pensioners testify that they struggle to make ends meet. Many of them are therefore visiting soup kitchens.

In newspaper articles and social media, pensioners tell of difficult circumstances. In a reader’s letter in the magazine Hemmets Veckotidning, the pensioner Anna wrote about her situation and asked the editorial team for advice:

“I have a fistula in my palate since a year back. The dentist said it’s because I have a dead tooth and he wants to pull it out. But because of my low pension, I can’t afford it. The dental nurse tried to persuade me to obtain the money, because it was “dangerous” if it was not fixed. Is it because of the bacteria that might affect the heart?”

Dec 15 10:57

Ancient cathedral plans to install a 40ft helter skelter... to reverse the slide in visits

Congregation numbers across the country are already spiralling downwards.

So plans by a cathedral to introduce a helter skelter to boost visitors could be seen as, well... an ironic twist.

The 40ft traditional fairground ride will be installed in the western end of the nave at Norwich Cathedral in August.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If you really want church attendance to soar, bring back temple prostitution! :)

Dec 15 10:55

PETER OBORNE: Why I think the Tories' Invisible Man will be the next PM

They won’t admit it in public, of course, but several Cabinet ministers are flexing themselves to stand as the next Tory leader whenever Theresa May decides to step down.

The PM herself put them on standby after foolishly signalling that her days in No 10 are numbered by making it clear she won’t lead the party into the next General Election.

Home Secretary Sajid Javid openly covets the top job. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt would like to be PM one day but is more discreet about his ambitions.



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Dec 15 10:54

Bizarre moment Jean-Claude Juncker is seen ruffling a woman's hair before claiming he had 'kissed' and made up with Theresa May following confrontation over him calling her 'nebulous' and 'imprecise'

Jean-Claude Juncker was captured ruffling a woman's hair as he arrived at the European Council summit today before claiming he had 'kissed' and made up with Theresa May following a confrontation.

Bizarre footage captured the EU commission president walking up to Pernilla Sjölin - the EU's deputy head of protocol - and erratically running his hands through her hair before kissing her cheek.

Shortly afterwards Mr Juncker brushed off his extraordinary confrontation with Theresa May - insisting they ended up 'kissing' after he explained he had not insulted her by calling her 'nebulous' and 'imprecise' .

The PM and the EU commission president had a 'robust' showdown in the full glare of cameras as she demanded to know why he had branded her with those words in a late-night press conference.

But as the summit in Brussels drew to a close this evening, Mr Juncker insisted Mrs May is a 'great friend' and the incident was down to a misunderstanding.

Dec 15 10:53

Uber driver, 27, 'who tried to attack police with a Samurai sword outside Buckingham Palace' tells court he became angry after watching TV channel Russia Today

An Uber driver who allegedly tried to attack police with a Samurai sword outside Buckingham Palace has told a court he became angry after watching news put out by the Russian television station RT.

Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 27, from Luton, said he was watching news produced by the controversial channel on the day he decided to 'confront' police outside the royal palace.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trying to justify blocking RT?

Dec 15 10:52

Clinton Probe: 'I'd Say This is Going to be More a Tax Related Issue' - Scholar

US Attorney for Utah John Huber won't testify before the House Oversight Committee. This is what Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupic has said. Huber had been tasked by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate the Clinton Foundation, which is accused of being entangled in multiple corruption schemes.



Dec 15 10:51

Anonymous Hacktivists Release New Part of UK Integrity Initiative Project Docs

Previously, several websites linked to the hacker group Anonymous published documents stolen from the Integrity Initiative – a UK-based company, claiming to be devoted to combating "propaganda and disinformation", but mostly focusing on targeting Russia. The documents revealed that the Initiative had been massively funded by London.

Hackers, allegedly tied to the group Anonymous, published a second batch of documents related to the activities of the Integrity Initiative on 14 December 2018. According to them, not only was the Initiative acting in Europe and Canada, but in the UK itself, allegedly leading a campaign against Labour Party chief Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter.

"Well-coordinated efforts of the Anonymous from all over the world have forced the UK politicians to react to the unacceptable and in fact illegal activity of the British government that uses public money to carry out misinformation campaigns not only in the EU, US and Canada but in the UK as well", the release said.

Dec 15 10:51

'Insanity Continues': Users on Germany's Law Legalising Third GenderCC0EUROPE

The German parliament approved a law allowing a third option for the gender field in birth certificates on 14 December. Now people, who were born intersex, can be registered as "miscellaneous".

People who were born with distinctive male or female features will still be registered as usual. They will be able to change it later, although it will require medical examination proving the need for a gender change in documents. Lawmaker from Christian Democratic Union Marc Henrichmann, cited by the DPA commented on the matter by saying that the "official civil register must be based on evidence rather than self-assessments".

Dec 15 10:50

Merkel: There is no Basis for Cancelling or Easing Anti-Russia Sanctions

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has held a press conference on the sidelines of the EU leaders' summit in Brussels.

The EU heads of state had two subjects on the table at their Thursday meeting — the EU long-term budget for 2021-2027 and mainly Brexit. On Friday, the summit has been dealing with immigration, "fighting disinformation," single market and external relations.

The eurozone difficulties, notably with the Italian and now French budgets out of pace, has also been on the agenda.

The EU summit has come to the conclusion that there is no basis for cancellation or easing of sanctions against Russia, German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters.

Dec 15 10:49

Macron to Yellow Vests Protesters Ahead of Expected Rally: 'Calm Down'

French President Emmanuel Macron has held a press conference on the second day of the European Council's summit in Brussels.

Macron's address comes as the protests organised by the Yellow Vests movement in France are poised to enter their fifth week on Saturday despite the fact that the government had agreed to cancel the fuel tax hike and raise the minimum wage in line with the demonstrators' demands.

"The country needs calm, it needs order, it needs to find a normal functioning", Emmanuel Macron stated at the press conference in Brussels when asked whether he planned to call on the protest movement's participants to avoid taking part in Saturday's rally.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh yes; that ought to stop the protests!



Dec 15 10:49

NATO Troops in Kosovo Conduct Military Drills on Its Roads

NATO forces have been present in Kosovo since 1999 as a part of an operation to put an end to the conflict between Kosovo Albanians and the Federal Yugoslav Army and police. Following the end of the NATO campaign, some of the alliance’s forces remained in Kosovo after it emerged as a partially recognised state.

The NATO-led Kosovo Force (KFOR) has launched military drills on the main roads of Kosovo and Metohija amid the announcement that the Kosovo Security Force will be transformed into a full-fledged national army. The drills are being conducted to improve the battle readiness of KFOR and its ability "prevent any threat to safety and security", the NATO command in Kosovo stated.

In the video, published on KFOR's Facebook page, NATO armoured transport vehicles and trucks can be seen travelling along major roads in Kosovo.

Dec 15 10:47

Integrity Initiative: Spanish Cluster Misled UK Parliament Over Assange, Russia

Research into members of the Integrity Initiative's Spanish 'cluster' has led to some extremely troubling conclusions.

On December 19 2017, the House of Commons' Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee convened its ‘fake news' inquiry's first oral evidence session, hearing testimony from a number of witnesses.

Among them were David Alandete, Editor of El Pais, Francisco de Borja Lasheras, Director of the European Council on Foreign Relation's Madrid Office, and Mira Milosevich-Juaristi, Senior Fellow for Russia and Euroasia at Elcano Institute.They'd been invited to discuss an alleged Kremlin effort to interfere in the October 2017 Catalan independence referendum via a dastardly nexus of social media, bots, trolls, Sputnik News and RT — and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Dec 15 10:46

French Police Use Tear Gas on 5th Week of Yellow Vests' Protests

France has already seen four weekends of unrest after thousands took to the streets in Paris to protest high fuel prices. As demonstrations turned violent, the protestors smashed store windows and set cars on fire, prompting police to use tear gas and water cannons.

France is bracing for unrest as the Yellow Vests have been holding a rally— called Acte 5: Macron Démission (Act 5: Macron's Resignation) — for the fifth weekend, with 70,000 police officers being mobilised ahead of the demonstrations.

According to the organisers of the protests, this weekend the Yellow Vests are rallying "for social justice and tax, for a real democracy, for equal rights, for a true ecological transition."

Dec 15 10:40

MARRAKECH PACT ON MIGRATION (Letter to the President of the Republic, on the initiative of General Martinez)

Mister President,

You are about to sign the "Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration" on 10 and 11 December, which establishes a genuine right to migration. It may impose itself on our national legislation through pre-existing treaties or the principle of common responsibility set out in this pact.

It seems to us that the only sovereignty that will remain with France will consist in freely setting the way in which the objectives of the pact will have to be implemented. You can not give up this new part of the national sovereignty without a public debate whereas 80% of the French population considers that it is necessary to stop or regulate drastically the immigration. By deciding alone to sign this pact, you would add an additional reason for revolt to the anger of an already battered people. You would be guilty of a denial of democracy or treason against the nation.

Dec 15 10:35

Public Freakout video- Asian student shouted and laughed at since she believes blacks can be racist

Asian student attends some sort of equality rally and talks about the time a black person was racist towards her and a white woman helped.

Dec 15 10:33

Crisis of confidence?

Theresa May survives a no confidence vote, but now is a lame duck. Hard Brexit looms. Angela Merkel has announced her impending political retirement. And Emmanuel Macron's moral legitimacy as president of France is in the balance. The three pillars of the EU are on shaky ground. Is the euro-project suffering a crisis of confidence?



Dec 15 10:33

'Mayhem' & 'Revolution' If Brexit Not Delivered - Yellow Vests UK Tell Sputnik

Yellow vest-wearing activists took to the streets of London on Friday, blocking traffic and chanting pro-Brexit slogans. They spoke to Sputnik about their mistrust in politicians and hopes for a clean exit from the European Union.

An activist told Sputnik they voted for Brexit because they wanted to reclaim control of their own country.

"We don't want to be part of the federal European superstate that's going to erode our rights and take away democracy. This is Britain. We are not European. We have never been European. This is our land and we are taking it back. If the political class don't like it, they will see a revolution like they've never seen before. It is time to take up the spirit of Oliver Cromwell, rise up and reclaim what's rightfully ours," a protester told Sputnik.

Dec 15 10:32

The Big Lie About the Libyan War

The Obama administration said it was just trying to protect civilians. Its actions reveal it was looking for regime change.

Dec 15 10:30

Tom Fitton w/Jim Jordan: Hillary Clinton 'Was and Is' Being Protected over Her Actions at State Dept



Dec 15 10:27

US airstrike kills 20 civilians in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Kunar: Officials

At least 20 women and children have been killed in an airstrike conducted by US warplanes in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Kunar, local officials say...

Dec 15 10:26

UNBELIEVABLE! Trey Gowdy Makes Huge Announcement Immediately After James Comey Does This To Him

Dec 15 10:24

All Hell Just BROKE LOOSE After Reporter Drops THIS BOMBSHELL CLAIM On Obama

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Obama trying to claim credit for Trump's successes.



Dec 15 10:22

CLINTON FOUNDATION HEARING: HUGE EXPLOSlVE DAY IN WASHINGTON DC

Dec 15 10:20

Suppression orders in Australia: why you can't read what you may want to

A suppression order is made when a court prohibits the disclosure of information about a legal case.

These are ordered in Australia for a variety of reasons – in the interest of national security, to protect the safety of witnesses, or to guarantee a fair trial.

They can be wide-ranging, clamping down on nearly all – and at times all – information about a trial, or narrow, obscuring just one person’s name.



Owl 1
Dec 15 10:20

Tom Fitton: The Clintons, President Trump, & the Scandal of Our Generation

Dec 15 10:18

Good Riddance to the Weekly Standard



Dec 15 10:18

Winter is Coming to Commercial Real Estate

Dec 15 10:16

Are the UN Climate Talks Enough?

As COP24 comes to a close, Greenpeace’s Cassady Craighill says advocates are pushing world leaders to do more than Paris Climate Accord demands—and to listen to frontline communities

Dec 15 10:14

BEX ALERT - Iran’s NUCLEAR cooperation with North Korea EXPOSED - ‘Exact’ names and locations REVEALED

IRAN is cooperating with North Korea on nuclear weapons by conducting clandestine deals with the dictatorship to further its global military ambitions, an Iranian Resistance document has claimed.

Dec 15 10:14

Is Trump on Path to ‘Strategic Patience’ on North Korea?

President Donald Trump could find himself embracing “strategic patience” on North Korea, an Obama administration approach he once denounced, as nuclear talks with Pyongyang have stalled, analysts say.



Dec 15 10:13

The EFF Gift Guide: What Technology Is Creeping Us Out

By Hayley Tsukayama

EFF doesn’t endorse products. But as Internet-connected products proliferate, ads for them bombard holiday shoppers with promises of a more streamlined life. And they do so without always divulging that they’re tracking you more than a jolly fat man who sees when you’re sleeping and knows when you’re awake.

So, we are taking a different approach to the holiday gift guide: highlighting products that raise red flags for us, as privacy-conscious digital advocates. Here are some gifts being pushed this year that, from a privacy or security standpoint, are on our naughty list...

Dec 15 10:13

Top secret report: North Korea keeps busting sanctions, evading U.S.-led sea patrols

A top secret U.S. military assessment found that North Korea is still evading U.N. sanctions by transferring oil at sea, and that a coalition of U.S.-led forces deployed to disrupt the movements has failed to dent the overall number of illegal transfers, three U.S. officials familiar with the intelligence told NBC News.

Dec 15 10:12

North Korea's high-tech pursuits: Propaganda or progress?

North Korea often flaunts its military hardware but of late, it appears to be making progress in developing civilian technologies - or at least is claiming to be.

As with most things in the country, it is difficult to verify these claims, but it is significant to note the importance being given to technology.

In recent months, state media have publicly celebrated various achievements in advanced technologies, including an "intelligent home system".

Beyond the purpose of propaganda, emphasis on the sector reflects North Korea's desire to harness technology to improve its economy - a key goal for Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

BBC is trying to take a story of North Korea's progress and spin it as a negative.

Dec 15 10:11

As West Bank violence continues, Netanyahu calls for settlement expansion, punitive demolition of Palestinian homes

The ripple effects of Thursday’s outburst of violence in the occupied West Bank continued to be felt on Friday, as Palestinians woke up to news of more arrests, clashes, and plans of collective punishment by the Israeli government.

Between Wednesday night and Thursday afternoon, Israeli forces had shot and killed four Palestinians in separate incidents, while two Israeli soldiers were killed by a still unidentified Palestinian shooter, all in and around the central West Bank district of Ramallah.

By Thursday afternoon, Israeli forces had enforced vast closures across the central and northern West Bank, heavily deploying troops at checkpoints, major highways, and inside Palestinian towns and cities.



Lockerdome
Dec 15 10:11

60% of the 10,500 protesters treated for injuries in Gaza were shot by Israeli forces in the legs

Israeli forces deployed along the volatile border with the Gaza Strip have fired live rounds at rock-throwing Palestinian protesters ever since demonstrations against Israel’s long-running blockade of Gaza began in March. And for eight months, Israeli snipers have targeted one part of the body more than any other — the legs. The Israeli army says it is responding to weekly assaults on its frontier by Palestinians armed with stones, grenades and firebombs. The military says it opens fire only as a last resort, and considers firing at the lower limbs an act of restraint. Still, 175 Palestinians have been shot to death, according to an Associated Press count. And the number of wounded has reached colossal proportions. Of the 10,511 protesters treated at hospitals and field clinics in Gaza so far, at least 6,392, or roughly 60 percent, have been struck in the lower limbs, according to Gaza’s Health Ministry.

Dec 15 10:09

Israel enraged by French human rights prize

France has honored Al-Haq and B’Tselem with the prestigious Human Rights Prize of the French Republic.

This came despite heavy pressure from Israel on the French government to pull the award from the two groups which document Israeli war crimes and abuses against Palestinians.

French justice minister Nicole Belloubet did however give in to the pressure and refused to attend the award ceremony in Paris last Monday.

Dec 15 10:08

Israeli forces kill teen in West Bank crackdown

Israeli forces shot and killed a teenager in Jalazone refugee camp as the military cracked down on the Ramallah area of the occupied West Bank after 24 hours of violence in which two soldiers and four Palestinians were killed.

The slain teen was identified as Mahmoud Yousif Nakhla. The health ministry in the West Bank gave his age as 16 but some media reported that he was 18 years old.

Ma’an News Agency, a Palestinian outlet, said that the teen was shot from less than 10 meters away and that soldiers attempted to withhold his body. Palestinian paramedics were only able to recover Nakhla’s body after arguing with soldiers for more than 30 minutes, according to Ma’an.

Dec 15 10:08

Top FTC consumer protection official has 120 corporate conflicts of interest

The top consumer protection official at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is barred from handling cases involving more than 100 different companies due to conflicts of interest from his prior work as a private sector attorney, according to documents obtained by the consumer group, Public Citizen.

Andrew Smith, who was tapped as the chief of the FTC’s Consumer Protection Bureau in May, listed 120 conflicts on a financial disclosure form that Public Citizen released on Thursday. Among them are Facebook, Equifax and Uber, all of which are either under investigation by the FTC or operating under consent agreements with the agency.



Dec 15 10:07

Erdogan: Israel tries to dim Islam’s traces in Jerusalem

Turkish president on Friday accused Israel of trying to deliberately wipe out traces of Islamic heritage in Jerusalem over the last 50 years, Anadolu Agency reports.

“You [Israel] will not be able to wipe out,” Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at an Inter-parliamentary platform on Jerusalem in Istanbul.

You are deceiving yourself if you think you can destroy Jerusalem’s spiritual identity by moving a few embassies and consulates there, Erdogan said.

Tension has been running high in the occupied Palestinian territories since last year when U.S. President Donald Trump unilaterally recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Jerusalem remains at the heart of the Israel-Palestine conflict, with Palestinians hoping that East Jerusalem — now occupied by Israel — might eventually serve as the capital of a future Palestinian state.

Dec 15 10:07

Smithsonian supports 9/11 official story but calls NIST ‘fatally flawed’

The theory is untenable. It defies science and common sense.

No wonder mainstream television (the Smithsonian Channel, owned by CBS) has happily offered it as an explanation for how the Twin Towers could come down without the use of explosives on 9/11. But this theory comes with a twist – it rejects both the official story and the notion that 9/11 was an inside job.

The theory, posited by chemist Frank Greening and metallurgist Christian Simensen in the “Twin Towers” episode of Conspiracy: The Missing Evidence, is that fires from ignited jet fuel melted the aluminum airplanes and that the resulting molten aluminum came into contact with water from the buildings’ sprinkler systems. This, according to the theory, set off massive explosions that ultimately brought both skyscrapers down.

“It was just a matter of time before the whole thing blew up — and down come the towers,” Greening says in the program.



Dec 15 10:05

Mass Collective Punishment Targeting Entire Families, As Israeli Army Detonates Home In Ramallah

In an all-night massive Israeli military offensive into Ramallah, centered on the al-Am’ari refugee camp, to demolish the family home of Islam Abu Hmeid, Israeli soldiers forcibly removed more than 500 Palestinians from their homes in the dead of night.

The families were forced out of their homes at gunpoint with no food or blankets, and held for hours, as hundreds of Israeli soldiers surrounded their property, and held them at a local school until dawn, when most of the women and children were, hours later, allowed to leave and be sheltered at a Red Crescent facility.

At around 10 am , the military began to withdraw from the area, apparently satisfied that they had sufficiently destabilized the structure of the four-story building to prevent any of the Palestinian families who lived there from being able to continue living there.

Dec 15 10:05

Canadian Court Hands Important Victory to BDS Movement

A Canadian Court has ruled that Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) activists were denied free speech and campaigning rights when the city of Montreal tore down their posters highlighting an Israeli atrocity, during an election campaign in Canada.

Dec 15 09:56

The Yellow Vest Protests, Where Will They End Up?

I’ve been watching the yellow vest protests in France over the last week and they seem to be gaining steam. I can’t help but wonder what will be the actual result of their efforts.....

Dec 15 09:52

Acte 5 : les Gilets jaunes se mobilisent à Paris



Dec 15 09:44

Video -- Alex Jones and Gavin McInnes go OFF on the Globalist Agenda

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Gavin McInnes Sets Record Straight On The Proud Boys

Dec 15 09:31

Class to make you count your blessings: Schoolchildren in Raqqa finally have their first lessons in four years after ISIS's reign of terror

With the ruins of a hellish Islamic State prison behind them, children clutching balloons sit in the playground of their bombed-out school reading text books.
Inside their rubble-strewn classrooms are the remnants of a fierce battle, masked only by a few colourful drawings hung on bullet-ridden walls.



Owl 2
Dec 15 09:30

'Father, please stop': Grieving Michigan family are left distraught when priest uses teen's funeral to condemn his suicide and tell mourners how the young man 'might not get to heaven'

A family whose son died from suicide expressed outrage after a priest suggested he might not get into heaven and 'called him a sinner' at his funeral, according to the boy's family.

Dec 15 09:23

The Flynn Files -

Dozens of articles



Dec 15 09:06

Disney Channel actor, 48, arrested for 'trying to have sex with a 13-year-old he met on an online dating app'

A 48-year-old actor who portrayed the grandfather of a middle school girl in a popular Disney Channel series was arrested Thursday for attempting to lure a minor in for sex.
Stoney Westmoreland, who stars in Andi Mack, began communicating with the 13-year-old he matched with on a dating app commonly used for arranging hookups, according to a police affidavit.

Dec 15 09:05

'I just wanna make God proud': Texas boy gives up his own visit from Santa to provide gifts for homeless kids

Eleven-year-old Jaxson Turner is making headlines over his decision to forego a visit from Santa Claus this year, in order to redirect his would-be presents to kids less fortunate. He's rallied his hometown of Plano, Texas, to join in him providing gifts to homeless children in their community because, he says, "This year, my Christmas wish is to help others who are in need."
What are the details?



Dec 15 09:04

Male doctoral student files Title IX complaints against women-only scholarships

A male doctoral student at the University of Southern California has filed Title IX complaints against three universities alleging that women-only scholarships discriminate against men, NBC News reported.
Kursat Pekgoz, a 31-year-old doctoral student in English literature, told NBC News that affirmative action preferences for women are no longer necessary since more women are enrolled in college than men.

Dec 15 08:59

Teacher refuses to allow second-grader’s Bible during ‘Show and Tell’: ‘I didn’t get to tell them about Daniel’

A Virginia teacher reportedly stopped an 8-year-old boy from reading his Bible to his peers during "Show and Tell" last week, and one parent isn't happy about it.



Owl 3
Dec 15 08:58

The quiet acceptance of 'mercy killings' in the US: Even in states where euthanasia is illegal, courts are often turning a blind eye

Assisted suicide is illegal in most of the United States. Yet, tragic cases where spouses are accused of killing their longtime loves in the name of mercy show that judges in America are reluctant to hand down punishment for such crimes.

Dec 15 08:54

Student who converted to Islam says school expelled her for wearing hijab. But school tells different story.

Linde McAvoy converted to Islam a few weeks after she enrolled in the Georgia Career Institute for cosmetology last December — so she started wearing a hijab to her classes.
But according to complaint letter to GCI, McAvoy "almost immediately" began getting harassed by GCI administrators.
"For example, Joyce Meadows — GCI's president and CEO, who is also the campus director for the Murfreesboro [Tennessee] campus — started insisting that Ms. McAvoy remove the hijab, citing the school's dress code," the letter from Muslim Advocates said



Taboola
Dec 15 08:52

WATCH: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has ZERO answers about her "pie in the sky" ideas

Not even CNN is buying what she's selling...

Dec 15 08:51

Lawsuit: Students at major college can get in trouble for 'ridicule,' 'insults'—even 'rude,' 'uncivil' emails

The University of Texas at Austin prohibits and can punish students for a wide range of speech violations, including infractions defined as "ridicule" and "insults" — not to mention electronic communication deemed "rude" and "uncivil," according to a federal lawsuit filed Thursday.

Dec 15 08:42

Mom upset that junior high son handcuffed on campus, taken away by officer for missing too much school

An Oklahoma mother isn't too happy after her 14-year-old son was handcuffed this week at Alice Robertson Junior High in Muskogee and taken away by an officer in front of his friends — and all for missing too much school, KOTV-DT reported.

Dec 15 08:42

Company pulls ads from Tucker Carlson's show after 'poorer and dirtier' immigration comment

Pacific Life, an insurance company, announced Friday it was pulling advertisements from the Fox News program "Tucker Carlson Tonight" in response to a comment Carlson made about illegal immigration, according to The Hill.

Dec 15 08:40

Walking on sunshine! Nasa has taken the closest image EVER of the sun with the Parker Solar Probe which is currently 133 MILLION miles closer to the star than we are

has taken the closest ever image of the sun in a bid to understand the workings of our star.
The Parker Solar Probe was about 16.9 million miles (27.1 million km) from the Sun's surface when the image was taken.
This makes the probe 133 million miles (214 million km) closer to the surface of the sun than Earth is - which orbits around 150 million miles (241 million km) away.
Mercury can be seen as a bright blob in the centre of the image and the black dots are said to have been caused by 'background adjustment' from the camera.

Dec 15 08:40

Trans-cending beauty: Spanish stunner breaks down barriers as the first ever transgender Miss Universe contestant

The problem I have with this is that these beauty pageants are no longer about the natural beauty of people but of who had the best surgeons.

Dec 15 08:39

Venezuela took citizens' guns by force—now the people are regretful and helpless against oppression

Six years ago, the Venezuelan National Assembly, led by former President Hugo Chavez, enacted a law to disarm all citizens. Thousands of guns were seized by force, and now many citizens look back and regret that they gave up their ability to fight an oppressive regime, according to Fox News.
The "Control of Arms, Munitions and Disarmament Law" took effect in 2013 with little opposition, banning the commercial sale of guns to all except government entities, and resulting in more than 12,500 guns being seized by authorities.

Dec 15 08:39

LIVE: Police deployed in Paris as Yellow Vests plan massive ‘Macron resign’ protest

LIVE: Police deployed in Paris as Yellow Vests plan massive ‘Macron resign’ protest

Paris is bracing for yet another round of Yellow Vest protests, with demonstrators planning to take to the streets on Saturday. More than 10,000 people

Dec 15 08:37

Inside 777-Heaven! Boeing's amazingly opulent £300million private airliner is a tycoon's palace in the sky - complete with five-star bedroom suites, gold furniture, cinema and even own Turkish baths

Boeing has released images of three design concepts that could be used inside its groundbreaking new 777X jets - which include master suites, stylish interior design and spacious living space to add luxury to long haul travel.
The BBJ 777X, a new Boeing Business Jet model that can fly more than half way around the world without stopping, was announced on December 10 and can fly farther than any business jet ever built.

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