It’s one of the great mysteries of the current election season. On one hand we have Donald Trump, who last week delivered substantive, well-received policy speeches on defeating radical Islam, rescuing America’s disintegrating economy and quelling the growing epidemic of urban racial violence by finally addressing core issues. He even publicly expressed regret over ill-considered comments he has made during the campaign that have “caused personal pain.” On the other hand we have Hillary Clinton, who, despite being protected at every turn by an outrageously biased news media, is the focus of ever-cascading scandals and is now seen by more people than ever as a lying criminal. If elected president, she says she would continue and enlarge Obama’s policies – the same disastrous policies that have destroyed America’s economy, increased terrorism in the homeland, popularized outright socialism, divided the nation into angry warring factions, and maintained a constant flood into the American homeland of unassimilable Muslim immigrants from the most radical places on earth. Up against Hillary Clinton’s radical-left, third-Obama-term agenda, Trump’s agenda is overwhelmingly conservative – pro-life on abortion, pro-Second Amendment, pro-energy independence, pro-rebuilding our military, pro-enforcement of our immigration laws, securing our borders, reducing business-crushing taxes and regulations, and so on. By any sane standard, Trump’s plans would make America a better, safer and more prosperous place than would Hillary’s. Why, then, we may rightly wonder, do so many supposedly good people – including many Christians, conservatives, Republicans, even GOP leaders – refuse to support their party’s presidential nominee who, during the primaries, proved to be Republican voters’ overwhelming choice, garnering more votes than any GOP primary candidate in history? To understand what’s going on, let’s zoom out to 35,000 feet and get a quick panoramic view of “the lay of the land.”
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage addressed a 10,000+ strong crowd at the Coliseum in Jackson, Mississippi, telling them to “put on their walking boots” and urging them to form their own “People’s Army” to defeat the U.S. political establishment.
TEL AVIV – Israeli warplanes struck targets belonging to the Iran-backed Hezbollah Shiite militia along the Syria-Lebanon border on Wednesday, reported the Times of Israel, citing Arab media sources quoted in Hebrew news sites. The report comes hours after Turkey on Wednesday launched a major military incursion across the border into neighboring Syria. The Turkish anti-Islamic State campaign, the country’s largest direct involvement yet into the Syrian conflict, was backed up by U.S. drones and American military advisers.
California Students Encounter New Vaccine Law
As previously reported by The Daily Caller, a (different) leaked OSF memo focusing on OSF’s International Migration Initiative argues that Europe’s refugee crisis should be accepted as a “new normal,” and that the refugee crisis means “new opportunities” for Soros’ organization to influence immigration policies on a global scale.
Now, with Clinton campaign staff on the defensive, New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is forecasting it will end up being one of the biggest political scandals in America. Ever. “I am more than willing to predict, when the history of our day is written, the scandal you are watching unfold is going to be like the Teapot Dome scandal in the 1920s and maybe bigger. It’s going to be bigger than Watergate,” he said at a campaign rally for GOP nominee Donald Trump in Tampa, Florida. “Nixon had to leave office, and he did a lot of bad things, but it wasn’t raking in millions and millions of dollars through a phony charity,” he said. “I’m not sure how much money was involved in the Teapot Dome, but I bet it could not have been much more than the hundreds of millions of dollars the Clintons have been getting and turning the State Department into a pay-for-play operation.” The Daily Caller reported Giuliani was “outraged” at the “numerous, numerous serious federal felonies” Clinton committed.
West Virginia University (WVU) has told its 29,000 students that they are breaking federal law if don’t agree to use the pronouns — including ‘he’ or ‘she,’ ‘zir’ or ‘hir’ etc. — preferred by each person who claims to be transgender. That policy means if a biological man — for example, famous transgender athlete Bruce Jenner — says he “identifies” his gender as female, then all other students must refer to the man as a “she,” or else be treated as a law-breaker. WVU says using the wrong pronouns is a crime because the United States departments of justice and of education insist that transgender people are protected by decades-old sexual discrimination law.
In a glimpse of what the future may hold, tiny microchips are being implanted in humans so they can unlock doors and get into their computers without using keys or passwords. Sydney woman Shanti Korporaal has had two implants inserted in her hands which she now uses like she has superhuman powers, the Adelaide Advertiser reports. Her goal now is to completely do away with her wallet and cards so that she can lead a futuristic lifestyle, and the sky’s the limit as to what can be done next.
The anonymous prospector initially found a nine ounce tennis ball-shaped gold nugget two feet deep, returning the next day to see if there was more, according to a statement from metal detector manufacturer, Minelab. And alas, gold was struck. Eureka!
he had been frustrated that he was unable to see an emergency-room physician for reasons related to his mental health. “He went to the E.R. and was denied service,” one of the people, who currently works at the hospital, said. “And then he went to his car and shot himself.”
Former leader of the UK Independent Party Nigel Farage, credited for Brexit, addressed the audience at a Trump campaign rally in Jackson, Mississippi on Wednesday night. Farage left the UKIP after the United Kingdom voted to ‘leave’ the European Union.
The death toll from a powerful earthquake that shook central Italy rose to 247 on Thursday, officials said, as rescuers desperately searched for survivors in the rubble of devastated mountain villages.
On Aug. 4, the NIH proposed two changes to the way the agency will oversee research using human stem cells in nonhuman primates. Policy changes like these are required to go out for public review and comment before being implemented, so we’re now entering a 30-day public comment period—everyone with opinions on research into combining humans with other animals has a chance to have his or her say.