In a bid to become more inclusive, the Church of Sweden has voted to adopt a new handbook that discards masculine references to God, such as “He” and “Lord.” The Church supports same-sex marriages, has accepted a lesbian bishop, and supports removing crosses from the local Seamen’s Church in order to accommodate Muslims.
Google-owned YouTube, which has been under fire for allowing kids programming to get out of control with violent and exploitative content, finally responded to public indignation and promises to implement filters to block violence and adult-themed material from videos targeting children and families – no date given for this move, however. YouTube did shut down the notorious Toy Freaks channel that had ten million subscribers. It features a father who played pranks on his daughters, which many people saw as the legitimization of abuse. There are many cartoon producers creating violent and sexually suggestive content aimed at children apparently for the sole purpose of traumatizing them and creating social attitudes that reject traditional values.
In August 2016, the US Court of Appeals ruled that it is Constitutional to ban gun ownership from marijuana users, not because they are considered to be incapable of safely possessing guns, but because the plant remains illegal at the federal level. This is due to a Hawaii statute that makes it illegal to own a firearm if it is forbidden by federal law – another case of states voluntarily surrendering their sovereign rights to the federal government.
Washington Post’s National Security reporter, Adam Entous, admitted that the Russia story is a “f***ing crapshoot” because there is no evidence that Trump colluded with the Russians during the election. Yet, the Washington Post continues to roll out headlines supporting that claim. Melissa McCullough, the Director of Newsroom Operations, exposes her bias against Trump, saying “let’s just hope he doesn’t get re-elected in another three years.”
The study found that the lowest dosage of aluminum, at 200 mcg, actually delivered more aluminum to the brain than a higher dosage. Low dosages may be more able to slip past the immune system and get to the brain before the body responds. The size of the aluminum particles also are believed to play a role as smaller particles pass more easily through the blood-brain barrier. The US government has given legal immunity to vaccine manufacturers so they cannot be sued for any damage to children from vaccines.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is an agency that claims to protect consumers in the financial sector. Instead, it has been used as a legal money-laundering operation for collective causes. The bureau was set up to operate without Congressional oversight and is funded by the Federal Reserve, not Congress.
Rep. Raul Grijalva spent $48,395 from taxpayer funds to buy the silence of a former female staffer who threatened a lawsuit claiming Grijalva was frequently drunk and created a hostile workplace environment in 2015. Democrat Rep. Al Green is also under fire following reports he had sex with a drug-addicted staffer and then sued her in 2008 after she threatened to go public with the encounter.
Under Obama, the Pentagon attempted to block an independent report on child sex abuse and rape of young boys among Afghan soldiers and police. Despite 93 congressmen requesting this document in 2015, it is still classified by the Pentagon. “Bacha bazi”, which is an Afghan custom of dressing young boys like women and making them dance and perform sex acts, is growing, and local officials do nothing about it.
Protests against the National Anthem by NFL players have contributed to the organization’s loss of one-million viewers compared to 2016. According to OKTC’s Clay Travis, the four networks that carry the NFL (CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC) are on pace to lose $500 million this season compared to last year due to the ratings slide. The top reason for the loss is “cord-cutting” which is cancelling subscriptions to multi-channel television services on cable.
Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely referred to American Jews as “people that never send their children to fight for their country. Most of the Jews don’t have children serving as soldiers, going to the Marines, going to Afghanistan, or to Iraq. Most of them are having quite convenient lives…” Hotovely was reprimanded for this statement by Prime Minister Netanyahu and forced to apologize for it – not because it is untrue but because it is objectionable.
Dan Bongino said that Hillary Clinton is fighting for relevance to maintain her political clout in order to keep her crimes buried. Bongino threatened to spill the beans on Bill Clinton’s 26 trips to ‘Orgy Island’ with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Bongino’s life may be in peril because the Clinton body count reportedly includes 12 former bodyguards who died during or after their service with the Clintons.
Alabama: Retired Marine Colonel, Lee Busby, plans to run as a write-in candidate in an attempt to try and stop Judge Roy Moore from reaching the United States Senate. Busby served in the Marine Corps for 31 years and served as an aide to White House Chief of Staff John Kelley during his last tour of duty. He also is known for his strong opposition to President Trump. It is believed that that his backers are anxious, not to get him elected, but to draw away enough votes to prevent Moore’s election.