A list of Obama’s crimes showing why Congress must impeach him now
1/6/16 -Kit Daniels of InfoWars complied a great list of just how many times President Obama has broken the law. This is an important article. Continue reading “75 times Obama broke law during presidency”
“Technically and politically, it looks like a pretty bad situation to me.”
1/5/16 -As soon as I heard about the occupation in Oregon my stomach tightened and I said out loud, “uh-oh.” Then when I heard about the coming announcement of the executive order on gun control, I thought, “Hmmm, that timing is very strange…and suspicious.” Apparently I’m not the only one who thought so. Continue reading “Alex Jones on OR standoff & Obama gun grab: “The timing stinks to high heaven””
The massive oil deposit at least 10 times larger than the average deposit, could make the country self-sufficient in energy
“We are talking about a strata which is 350 meters thick and what is important is the thickness and the porosity. On average in the world strata are 20-30 meters thick, so this is ten times as large as that, so we are talking about significant quantities,” Continue reading “Israeli oil prospectors have discovered a large oil deposit in Golan Heights”
The United States insists Bashar al-Assad must leave power as part of a political transition
President Barack Obama warned his Russian counterpart Tuesday against intervening in Syria’s civil war, suggesting that Vladimir Putin is aware of the dangers his country faces by entering the bloody conflict. Continue reading “Obama warns Putin: Stay out of Syria’s civil war”
The 21st session will take place from 30 November to 11 December 2015, in Paris, France
Though the debate on climate change is sometimes fierce, there is no solid consensus among scientists. We must continue the science and the debate but only with the goal of finding the truth on the matter and not with kangaroo courts where some only seek support for their own view regardless of what science there is to counter their view. Continue reading “Why the Paris climate conference from Nov 30 to Dec 11 is so important”
Britain and the United States carried out a planned drill with leading global firms on Thursday to see how they would respond to a cyber incident in the financial sector.
The test focused on how the world’s two biggest financial centers, New York and London, would cope with a cyber attack in terms of sharing information, communicating with the public and handling an incident.