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May 25 11:19

(Breaking) - Multiple Threats to Airplanes Bound for Different US Airports

UPDATE: Officials Concerned About Bigger Plot to Disrupt Air Travel In NYC Area

US fighter jets escort flight to NYC after threat

May 25 11:15

A project dubbed the "biggest construction failure" in the history of the Department of Veterans Affairs -- already $1 billion over budget and more than a year behind schedule -- is getting another $100 million taxpayer bailout.

Construction will continue on a new veterans medical center near Denver, expected to serve 400,000 former military service members and their families. Ahead of Memorial Day, contractors had prepared to stop work on the project as approved funding dried up after repeated overruns and delays.

May 25 11:14

Low-income homeowners get free solar panels thanks to cap & trade. The arrays will save most homeowners $400 to $1,000 per year on electricity, depending on where they live

The spread of residential solar power has been largely a middle-class affair.
Despite plunging prices in the last seven years, rooftop solar arrays remain an expensive home improvement, costing $15,000 or more. A 2013 study by the liberal research and advocacy group Center for American Progress found that 67 percent of solar arrays installed in California went to ZIP codes with a median household income between $40,000 and $90,000. Wealthier areas accounted for almost all of the rest.

May 25 11:11

A Poem On War

Beyond the count of years I walked the world,

and my children built their shrines to me.

Decades and centuries and millennia pass,

and still the shrines are built.

Temples insubstantial to men,

clear to my eyes.

No foundations or walls or roofs,

but shrines nonetheless.

Holy ground, consecrated

Today, every day, somewhere in the world,

the earth is prepared for my coming.

My hallowed grounds are everywhere.

In valleys and on mountains,

on broad plains and deep in hidden passes,

in deserts, on city streets.

Nameless, unremembered places.

May 25 10:45

Report: Terrorist Nuke Attack May Be Carried Out Inside the United States in Next 12 Months

It’s just a quick hop through a smuggling tunnel from Mexico and hey presto, they’re mingling with another 12 million “illegal” aliens in America with a nuclear bomb in the trunk of their car...

May 25 10:44

Obama playing politics with US defense: Armed Services chief

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry says President Barack Obama is playing politics by threatening to veto a military spending bill.

May 25 10:33

70 years after World War II, Dutch families show they have never forgotten their liberators. Each grave in the American cemetery has a waiting list of families to care for it

They haven’t forgotten. For 70 years, the Dutch have come to a verdant U.S. cemetery outside this small village to care for the graves of Americans killed in World War II.

May 25 10:32

Punish US Generals for Mismanaging $36 million in Afghan War Funds, Says Inspector General. Senator says “this is one of the most outrageous, deliberate, and wasteful misuses of taxpayer dollars in Afghanistan we’ve ever seen"

A $36 million command and control center planned for Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan as part of the 2011 U.S.troop surge was built even though multiple officials had warned it was unneeded, a watchdog reported Wednesday.

May 25 10:30

Roger Scruton On The Rotherham Rapes Coverup

As an example of the cowardly, defeatist, ethnomasochist cancer rapidly eating away the vital organs of Western civilization, the “grooming” scandals in the English town of Rotherham have made less of a stir than they should have.

May 25 10:12

"Incommunicado" Forever: Gitmo Detainee’s Case Stalled for 2,477 Days and Counting

Since being seized in a raid in Pakistan in 2002, Abu Zubaydah has had his life controlled by American officials, first at secret sites, where he was tortured, and since 2006 in a small cell in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

May 25 09:57

Memorial Day Meditation: Obama Creating A New “Hollow Army”—But Many Servicemen Still Want To Defend The Southern Border

When I was deployed in Afghanistan in the late 2000s, I served with several reservists whose full-time job back in the U.S. was law enforcement. They had all also served in Iraq, and they were generally hawkish. But almost all of them would regularly say that the U.S. military belongs, not in the Middle East, but on our southern border.

May 25 09:50

Petition to EU Commission Seeks Afrikaner "Right of Return" - Cites Israeli Policy as Precedent

Based on the Israeli government's policy of allowing all Jews the right to return to Israel, we believe it is not only advisable but morally obligatory that Europe should allow all white South Africans the right to return.

But don't expect hypocritical Zionists to back this effort!