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Newlywed wife decapitated in ‘gruesome’ killing by husband: Texas sheriff
The decapitated body of a young wife married for less than four months was found by Texas authorities, who have charged her husband in the “gruesome” murder, the Waller County sheriff confirmed to The Post.
The 21-year-old Hispanic woman’s body was discovered in the home, but her head was not, Sheriff Troy Guidry said.
“It was a portion of a body, dismembered, and a residence that was covered in blood — a gruesome scene, at best,” he told reporters Thursday.
The husband, Jared Dicus, 21, was interviewed by cops and confessed to the killing, Guidry revealed.
A knife, believed to be the murder weapon, was found at the property with Diaz’s severed head.
Oklahoma inmate executed for 2003 murder of elderly couple
Scott Eizember, 62, who died by lethal injection at 10.15am inside the Oklahoma State Penitentiary, is the first inmate to be executed in the state in 2023.
After shooting Patsy Cantrell, 70, and bludgeoning her husband A.J. Cantrell, 76, inside their Depew, Oklahoma home, Eizember went across the street and shot his ex-girlfriend’s 16-year-old son and assaulted her 63-year-old mother.
The man fled after the attacks and led police on a 37-day chase in what has been called ‘one of the largest manhunts’ in Oklahoma history.
Eizember had entered the couple’s home after he saw them leave and killed them after they arrived home unexpectedly, using a shotgun he found in the home to shoot Patsy and bludgeoning A.J. with the weapon.
Lisa Marie Presley, 54, rushed to hospital after suffering cardiac arrest: report
EMTs responded to a call reporting a possible cardiac arrest at Presley’s home in Calabasas, Calif., and upon arrival, paramedics performed CPR on the 54-year-old and administered epinephrine, TMZ reported, citing sources.
The outlet noted that first responders were able to find a pulse before Presley was transported to a nearby hospital.
The singer-songwriter just attended the 2023 Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday night, where she and her mother, Priscilla Presley, watched Austin Butler win for his portrayal of Elvis Presley in “Elvis.”
TikTok star Waffler69 dies from ‘heart attack’ aged 33
The social media star, real name Taylor – who boasted 1.7million followers on the platform where he posted clips of himself trying bizarre foods – died on Wednesday, his brother Clayton told TMZ.
Clayton said Taylor began experiencing discomfort and called his mother, before ringing for an ambulance to take him to hospital from his Louisiana home. Taylor died in hospital.
Taylor, who had been making content for 16 years, posted his last TikTok video on Wednesday, hours before his death, in which he tried the viral Big Froot Loop, dunked in milk.
LAPD Cops Shoot Domestic Violence Suspect As He Arms Himself With a Knife
When officers arrived, they located the victim, who provided a valid restraining order and told officers the suspect was inside of an apartment unit.
The officers requested additional units, a supervisor, and formulated a tactical plan. The officers conducted a follow up to the apartment to investigate the restraining order violation.
The officers met the suspect, 45-year-old Takar Smith, at the front door to the apartment unit and began a dialogue, attempting to get him to exit into the hallway and surrender.
Smith refused to exit and became increasingly agitated, prompting officers to employ de-escalation tactics for an extended period.
Navy Might Have to Choose Between Arming the Service and Aiding Ukraine Due to Ammo Delays, Officials Say
Top Navy leaders are sounding the alarm over what they see as the defense industry’s failure to deliver enough ammunition to both meet the demands of the sea service as well as aid shipments to Ukraine.
“I am not forgiving of the fact they’re not delivering the ordnance we need,” Adm. Daryl Caudle, the service’s Fleet Forces commander, told an audience at the annual Surface Navy Association conference held in Arlington, Virginia.
Caudle, who oversees a wide swath of the Navy’s ships, suggested that the problem is not only forcing him to “rob Peter to pay Paul” in order to completely arm U.S. carrier strike groups, but that it is a factor in how much aid to send to Ukraine.
Russia Releases US Navy Veteran Who Crossed Border
Russia has released a U.S. Navy veteran who apparently illegally crossed the border from Poland into the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad last year and was held there for nine months.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson announced that Taylor Dudley had been handed over to U.S. custody in Poland on Thursday.
The State Department had no immediate substantive comment but said it was aware of “reports” that an American citizen had been deported from Russia. The department said it was constrained in what it could say about the case due to privacy concerns.
However, Richardson said the U.S. embassies in Warsaw and Moscow had played a role in securing Dudley’s release and even mentioned several diplomats who worked on the matter by name.
Unlike in high-profile previous releases by Russia of imprisoned Americans — like WNBA star Brittney Griner and former U.S. Marine Trevor Reed — there was no swap for Dudley, who was never considered by the U.S. to have been wrongfully detained.
Nixon Threatened to Reveal the CIA’s Involvement in the Kennedy Assassination
A stunning, long-overlooked Nixon Watergate-era tape shows Richard Nixon warning CIA Director Richard Helms that he knows of CIA involvement in the murder of John F. Kennedy- “I know who shot John.”
This shocking new tape depicts Nixon increasingly besieged by Watergate but unaware that at least four of the Watergate burglars were still on the CIA payroll at the time of the break-in, and that the CIA had thus infiltrated the burglary team.
Recently declassified documents reveal that Watergate Special Prosecutor Nick Akerman was aware of both the CIA’s advance knowledge and involvement in the break-in — but said and did nothing.
White House Domestic Policy Chief John Ehrlichman wrote that when he served as the White House Legal Counsel, Nixon ordered him to request that the CIA hand over all documents pertaining to John Kennedy’s murder.
Nixon was furious when Richard Helms, the CIA Director, refused his presidential order to hand them over.
This stunning new Watergate-era tape captures an increasingly besieged Nixon desperately seeking to mobilize the CIA in his defense by threatening to expose their greatest secrets.
Nixon also knew that Congressman Gerald Ford, as a member of the Warren Commission, had, at the explicit direction of J. Edgar Hoover, the FBI Director, altered the official autopsy diagram for President John F. Kennedy; moving the marking from a bullet in his upper back to his neck in order to accommodate the single-bullet theory and to conceal the fact that Kennedy had been hit with more than the reported three shots.
NY Times: Charges Against Hunter Biden Could Be Imminent
U.S. Attorney David C. Weiss and his team have been probing the first son’s overseas business dealings, and interactions between Hunter Biden’s business associates and President Joe Biden before he won the nation’s highest office, the Times reported.
However, people familiar with the investigation told the Times that Weiss’ focus appears to concern Hunter Biden’s taxes.
The newspaper said possible charges stem from Hunter Biden’s failure to meet filing deadlines for his 2016 and 2017 returns, and possibly $30,000 in false deductions for business expenses.
Weiss, who was nominated to his position by former President Donald Trump, also is said to be considering charging Hunter Biden with lying on a U.S. government form filled out to purchase a handgun in 2018. The gun later was found in a trash can.
FACT CHECK: Biden touts falling food prices when they are actually rising
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden touted falling food prices Thursday, but the latest federal data shows the price of food is actually on the rise and has been for more than a year.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released new inflation data Thursday that showed the overall consumer price index dropped 0.1%, driven in part by a decrease in energy prices.
Some categories did see decreases, and the data fluctuates month to month, but overall the price of food rose in December.
Experts agree the invasion “exacerbated” the problem, but prices, including food prices, were already rising quickly before Russia invaded Ukraine.
In the middle of February, about two weeks before Russia invaded Ukraine, BLS released consumer price index data showing food prices had already risen significantly.
Why I left the FBI
Every day, I woke up and embraced being an FBI special agent.
Until things changed.
Over the course of my 12-plus years of service, the FBI’s trajectory transformed. On paper, the bureau’s mission remained the same, but its priorities and governing principles shifted dramatically.
The FBI became politically weaponized, starting from the top in Washington and trickling down to the field offices.
There has also been a shift in recruiting practices – a lowering of the eligibility requirements – which is negatively impacting the agency’s performance.
More classified documents found in Biden’s Delaware garage, White House reveals
The White House Counsel’s Office searched Biden’s two residences in Rehoboth Beach and Wilmington, Delaware this week, after revelations about a collection of Obama-era classified documents at a think tank in Washington.
Biden is facing growing scrutiny for his handling of classified documents, and the White House says it is fully cooperating with a Justice Department investigation.
White House lawyers say they immediately contacted the DOJ when they discovered the documents this week.
“Lawyers discovered among personal and political papers a small number of additional Obama-Biden administration records with classified markings. All but one of these documents were found in storage space in the President’s Wilmington residence garage,” White House lawyers wrote in a Thursday statement. “One document consisting of one page was discovered among stored materials in an adjacent room.”
January 6th prisoner talks to One America News.
Political prisoner, Jake Lang, has been behind bars, held without bail for two years now. One Americas Caitlin Sinclair checked in on him from federal prison. Here is their phone call.
Here’s how a trendy NYC hotel is looking full of illegal migrants
Exposed: Whistleblower reveals illegal migrants drink, party and fight in hotel NYC is putting them up in.
Saudi Arabia to use domestic uranium for nuclear fuel
Saudi Arabia is planning to use domestically-sourced uranium to build up its nuclear power sector, the Gulf kingdom’s Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said Wednesday.
He noted that recent exploration has shown a “diverse portfolio” of uranium in the world’s top oil exporter.
Saudi Arabia’s nuclear program is developing, with aspirations to expand it to eventually include uranium enrichment, which Riyadh has said with goals to diversify its energy mix. It is unclear where its ambitions end, though, since Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in 2018 that his kingdom would develop nuclear weapons if regional rival Iran did.
“The kingdom intends to utilize its national uranium resources, including in joint ventures with willing partners in accordance with international commitments and transparency standards,” Abdulaziz bin Salman told a mining industry conference.
NHS nurse suffers miscarriage following five-hour wait in A&E
The husband of an NHS nurse has described his anger and grief after his wife miscarried following a five-hour wait in A&E.
The man, who wants to remain anonymous, said on Tuesday night his wife began to experience heavy bleeding and pain and went to A&E at the Trust where she works in the North East.
He says that initially a nurse wanted to send her home, but when his wife explained she was herself a nurse and needed to see a doctor, he “reluctantly agreed”.
“After five hours of bleeding and pain in the waiting area, I queried what was happening,” the man told Sky News.
“I was told that the gynaecologist had refused to see her and that she was hours away from being seen by the ED [emergency department] doctor.”
Marcos to raise proposed Philippine sovereign wealth fund at Davos meet
MANILA – Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr will raise the controversial sovereign wealth fund being proposed by his government at the World Economic Forum (WEF) next week, even though Congress has yet to approve the Bill.
Mr Marcos and his congressional allies are pushing for the MIF, patterned after the sovereign wealth funds of other countries like Singapore. But the seed money will be sourced from government financial institutions because the Philippines does not have excess funds like other nations.
The MIF Bill drew widespread criticisms in 2022 over the initial plan to source billions from Filipinos’ pension funds as well as a provision to appoint the incumbent president as chairman of the MIF’s governing board.
Critics feared the MIF could end up becoming like the 1Malaysia Development Berhad state fund. The multibillion-dollar graft scandal linked to it sent former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak to jail.
Russia sends its biggest gun to Ukraine
Russian forces, who have suffered considerable losses on the front line, have now deployed additional units of the world’s most powerful mortar, which is capable of using a nuclear warhead on the battlefield.
Dubbed the “Sledgehammer,” the self-propelled 2S4 Tyulpan mortar, known as the Tulip in English, has a 240mm cannon — twice the caliber of NATO mortars, which are just 120mm — making it by far the largest caliber mortar system in the world.
Carried on its own tracks, it has a range of 19 kilometers and is used to destroy large fortifications, military equipment, or strategic positions.
The 2S4 Tulip self-propelled mortar is capable of firing nuclear bombs, but this is likely to be limited to “micro-nuclear bombs” designed to destroy an area the size of a football stadium.
It can also fire armor-piercing, laser-guided, and prohibited cluster munitions, as well as tactical nuclear bombs, according to Hungarian news outlet Ziare.
Ukraine says situation is ‘difficult’ but fighting to hold Soledar
Ukraine said Thursday its forces were fighting to retain control of Soledar, a town in the eastern Donetsk region, but the situation remained “difficult.”
“The fiercest and heaviest fighting is continuing today in the area of Soledar,” Deputy Defence Minister Ganna Malyar told reporters.
Meanwhile, a report by the news agency Reuters also mentioned that Ukrainian authorities claimed that there was a Russian attack on Kherson maternity hospital, which damaged windows and doctor’s offices in the building. The video shows the aftermath of the attack.
Israel enacts measures amid rising inflation; Terror plagues Judea & Samaria – TV7 Israel News 12.01
1) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announces a series of new measures in a bid to tackle an inflationary spiral which the country evidently plunged into.
2) Israel, Border Police and ISA Special operations troops apprehend some forty suspected terror operatives over the course of the past 48 hours, alone.
3) Israeli President Isaac Herzog highlights Jerusalem aspiration to further deepen relations with Ankara.
In Pakistan, Armed Guards Now Protect Wheat Deliveries As Food Crisis Worsens
As Pakistan lurches from one disaster to another, it finds itself in the midst of an accelerating food crisis at a time when the government is short on funds. With wheat and flour prices skyrocketing, armed guards must now accompany distribution trucks.
Poor government planning in the purchasing of imports is being blamed for skyrocketing price hikes applied by flour millers, who are facing a wheat shortage.
According to the former chairman of the Pakistan Flour Mills Association (PFMA), Khaleeq Arshad, the country has been importing wheat from Ukraine for the past few years.
Former energy minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Hammad Azhar warned on January 8 that Inflation will rise to 40 percent if the coalition government accepts the IMF’s conditions for completing the ninth review of the Extended Fund Facility worth 7 billion US dollars.
Pakistan premier says UAE extends $2B loan, offers $1B more
United Arab Emirates (AP) — Pakistan’s prime minister said Thursday that the United Arab Emirates agreed to extend a $2 billion loan to his country and provide an additional $1 billion as his nation struggles to recover from devastating floods this summer and a dire economic crisis.
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s office made the announcement after he met with the leader of the UAE, Abu Dhabi ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
It said Sheikh Mohammed agreed to the loan extension and the new loan, desperately needed as foreign currency reserves in the nation have plummeted to $5.5 billion — enough money for just under a month of imports.
“Both sides agreed to deepen the investment cooperation, stimulate partnerships and enable investment integration opportunities between the two countries,” Sharif’s office said.
UK vows no let-up with China after intervention in case of jailed Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai
Minister for Asia Anne-Marie Trevelyan met the pro-democracy figure’s legal team on Tuesday, prompting an angry response from the Hong Kong government.
But speaking in parliament, Sunak insisted on Britain’s right to get involved in its former colony, whose civil liberties were meant to be guaranteed for 50 years under the Sino-UK agreement that came into effect in 1985.
The UK has admitted hundreds of thousands of Hong Kongers fleeing China’s crackdown, he said, and it will remain “robust in standing up to what we believe to be Chinese aggression”.
Britain would also resist the “undermining of the (50-year) settlement that we fought so hard to achieve”.
Jimmy Lai, 75, is a British citizen and founder of Hong Kong’s now-shuttered Apple Daily newspaper.
He is facing up to life in prison for “colluding with foreign forces” — a crime under the security law Beijing imposed on Hong Kong to quash huge democracy protests in 2019.
‘Not necessary’ to dwell on Covid death tally, Chinese experts say
Wang Guiqiang, head of the infectious disease department at Peking University First Hospital, suggested at the same news conference China could determine the number of Covid deaths after the fact by looking at the overall excess mortality rate.
According to official figures, only 37 Covid-related deaths have been recorded in China since last month out of a population of 1.4 billion.
Under the government’s revised methodology, only those who die specifically of respiratory failure caused by the virus are recorded as Covid deaths, meaning many related fatalities go uncounted.
The WHO last week criticised the new definition as “too narrow”, with emergencies director Michael Ryan saying the body believed that “the current numbers being published from China under-represent the true impact of the disease”.
College of Psychologists vs Jordan B Peterson | Mikhaila Peterson | EP 322
Dr Jordan B Peterson and his daughter Mikhaila Peterson explain the current situation with the College of Psychologists of Ontario.
They have presented Dr. Peterson with an ultimatum- take part in re-education courses aiming to correct his “wrongthink”, or lose his clinical psychology license.
This is unprecedented, totally unjust, and will not be taken lying down.
The dramatic undercover sting exposing Nigerian fraud syndicates | 60 Minutes Australia
You might think they’re a bit of a joke, all those pesky e-mails, faxes and letters offering you a fortune. Well, they’re not. Those get rich quick schemes – the Nigerian scams – are big business.
A vicious international racket, run by serious gangsters.
And now, for the first time we have some idea how many ordinary, hard-working Australians are being conned and how much they’re losing. Millions of dollars every month.
But, after a three-month-long investigation here and in Nigeria, there’s sweet revenge.
We tracked down the racketeers. And in a series of dramatic raids and sting operations, nailed the Mr Bigs.
Migrant Smugglers Kill Again: 14-Month-Old Baby Among Dead Off Italian Coast
For months, Lampedusa has seen its reception centre, which is meant to accommodate just 350 people, repeatedly overwhelmed. At one point last year in July, over 1,800 migrants were present at the facility, many of whom had to eat and sleep on the floor in squalid conditions.
Last year, Italy saw over 100,000 illegal migrant arrivals — the largest number since 2017 — and there is little sign the numbers arriving are slowing down in early 2023.
Italy is not the only European Union member-state to see a surge of new migrant arrivals last year, with Greece also seeing an increase.
This week, the Greek government said that around 1,300 people-smugglers had been arrested by authorities at the land border with Turkey in the Evros region.
Greek Civil Protection Minister Takis Theodorikakos said that Greece had stopped as many as 256,000 illegal attempts to enter the country illegally last year.
Swiss Army Sends 5000+ Soldiers to Guard Davos Globalist Elites
In a statement released Friday, January 6th, the Swiss Defense Department (VBS) said the Federal Assembly, the country’s parliament, had approved the deployment of the mass Swiss army contingent, the Swiss German-language newspaper Blick reports.
Anti-WEF protests are reportedly expected to take place all next week after the conference opening on Monday.
Davos will host 52 heads of state and government and nearly 600 CEOs for the week-long event during which they will luxuriate in each other’s company and the plush surrounds.
Not that we will ever officially know who is there as the full guest list is never made public.
Forum president Borge Brende said some delegations had asked for the names of their participants “not to be shared” right away for security reasons, adding unspecified “high-level” delegations from China and Ukraine would attend but no further details will be released.
Russia’s Biometric Nightmare
On Wednesday, December 21st, the Russian State Duma adopted a bill that regulates the collection and storage of biometric data in Russia.
To prevent the misuse or mishandling of biometric data by private enterprises, the legislation requires all face scans and voice samples to be stored in a centralized Unified Biometric System (UBS).
A press release published by the State Duma claims the bill “protects” the biometric data of Russians and guarantees that the collection of such data is completely voluntary.
The guardian of Russia’s biometric data, the Center for Biometric Technologies JSC (joint-stock company), has the following stakeholders: Rostelecom (49%), The Russian government via the Federal Property Management Agency (25%), and the Bank of Russia (25%).
The Bank of Russia—like all friendly central banks—is not a government agency. Rostelecom, which was initially appointed the sole operator of the UBS, is partially state-owned, but the government does not have a majority stake.
So, basically, the government is handing over Russia’s biometric data to a commercial enterprise that it doesn’t control.
Germany: Conservative AfD leader calls for ‘closed borders’ to defend welfare state instead of granting 2 million migrants citizenship
Germany’s conservative Alternative for Germany (AfD) leader, Alice Weidel, says Germany’s welfare state is under severe threat due to mass migration, and instead of granting citizenship to millions of migrants, the government should be closing the border.
Weidel says she sees the figures as an “unmistakable alarm signal for the welfare state.” The migration report shows “that the warnings of immigration into the welfare state instead of the labor market are more than justified.”
“It represents nothing more than an unconditional basic income that will dramatically increase the migration pressure that already exists,” she warned. Instead of moving forward with a radical plan that will see up to 2 million migrants given citizenship overnight, Germany should now pursue a “policy of closed borders.”
Germany’s left-wing government is looking to broadly reform Germany’s citizenship laws in the coming months, which will reduce the number of years required to live in Germany before a migrant is eligible for citizenship.
German Green party replaces its own White male justice minister with Black female who has no law degree or political experience
In the West, many of the White males who sign up for the agenda of multiculturalism, progressivism, and open borders are finding that they are too White and too male to be of use to the socio-political system any longer.
The latest case in Germany highlights this trend, where the Green party dismissed its own justice minister, Dirk Adams, in the German state of Thuringia.
He was not found guilty of any wrongdoing, but instead was simply a male of the wrong skin color, which, by the Green party’s own admission, was the entire basis for his dismissal.
Adams will now be replaced by Afro-German Doreen Denstädt. Thuringia’s Minister-President Bodo Ramelow, of the Left Party, fired Adams, who was the Minister for Migration, Justice and Consumer Protection.
The dismissal came about after the Green party directly requested him to be replaced by Denstädt, who has no law degree or political experience.
Justin Trudeau Decries “Rise In Authoritarian Leaders”
Rebel News’ Sheila Gunn Reid and Drea Humphrey react to Justin Trudeau decrying the rise in authoritarianism around the world.
Here are the White House Officials Who Worked for Biden at His Think Tank Where Classified Docs Were Found
Employees at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, who were later moved into high-level government positions by now President Joe Biden, include Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Colin Kahl, and White House counselor Steven Richetti.
Also elevated after serving at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement were:
- Spencer Boyer, now the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO policy
- Jeffrey Prescott, now the deputy to the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations
- Ariana Berengaut, a senior adviser in the national security department
- Michael Carpenter, now the U.S. representative to the organization for security and cooperation in Europe
- Juan Gonzalez, now a special assistant to President Biden
- Carlyn Reichel, now a special assistant to President Biden and senior director for speech writing and strategic initiatives
- Brian McKeon, was the deputy secretary of state for management and resources through December 2023
Also troubling to some is that financial disclosures filed with the Office of Government Ethics note the Penn Biden Center paid unusually high salaries to personnel later tapped by Biden to move into prestigious Government positions. According to financial disclosures, in 2019:
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Most House Democrats oppose resolution condemning attacks against churches, pro-life facilities
Nearly all U.S. House Democrats voted against a resolution condemning attacks against anti-abortion facilities and churches.
The vote came after a report was published showing violence escalated against churches and pro-life groups last year ahead of and after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
The House passed the measure 222 to 219 Wednesday mostly along party lines. Three Democrats voted for it: Reps. Vicente Gonzalez of south Texas, Chrissy Houlahan of Pennsylvania and Marie Gluesenkamp Perez of Washington.
The resolution “condemns recent attacks of vandalism, violence, and destruction against pro-life facilities, groups and churches” and “calls upon the Biden Administration to use all appropriate law enforcement authorities to uphold public safety and to protect the rights of pro-life facilities, groups, and churches.”
There have been at least 420 hostile acts committed against primarily churches in America over the past five years, according to the report published by the Family Research Council.
GOP Rep. Gallagher: China Committee Will Go After Financial Community over Fact ‘ESG Benefits the CCP’
He continued, “Speaker McCarthy, you saw in his comments, very much was sincere in wanting this to be a bipartisan effort. And said a few things that I think are noteworthy.
One, that the era of wishful thinking on China is over, and that certain things are obvious, such as the fact that ESG benefits the CCP.
So, that’s an indication that we are going to have a very, let’s say, at times difficult, but hopefully productive conversation with the financial community about how we prevent ourselves from subsidizing Communist genocide and China’s military modernization.
So, all things considered, it was a fantastic start to the committee’s existence.”
Tucker Carlson: People are getting very rich from this
Fox News host Tucker Carlson voices his concerns over the billions of dollars Congress is sending to Ukraine on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’
Hunter Biden, China, classified documents: Mystery swirls around Penn Biden Center
The Biden Center has since found itself in the middle of a firestorm, leading to renewed questions on the likes of Chinese donations to the University of Pennsylvania, which houses the think tank. Hunter Biden is also shown to have discussed the center in emails before its launch.
Within weeks of leaving the vice presidency under former President Barack Obama in January 2017, Biden became the “Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice Professor” at the University of Pennsylvania, an honorary position, and the “Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement” was launched in Washington, D.C., the next year.
However, discussions about the elder Biden’s future involvement with Penn long predated the end of the Obama presidency, according to emails from Hunter Biden’s infamous abandoned laptop, which have been verified by Fox News Digital.
Penn took in roughly $77 million in gifts and contracts from China between 2014 and 2020, The Daily Pennsylvanian previously reported. Further, the Washington Free Beacon noted that foreign donations to the university tripled in the two years following the Biden Center’s opening in 2017, with most of the money coming from China.
World Economic Forum’s ‘smart cities’ will limit your FOOD?
American farmers are becoming an endangered species, thanks to world elites like Bill Gates and investment firms like BlackRock buying up vast amounts of land and property.
The price of farmland is SKYROCKETING, and ordinary Americans can’t keep up. But it gets even worse.
In this clip, Glenn details America’s farmland crisis and ALSO the World Economic Forum’s next, big goal: ‘Smart Cities’ by 2030 that will not only limit your purchases, but your FOOD INTAKE as well…
Public Schools Should be Abolished, Christians Must Leave: Kevin Novak
Christians must overcome resistance by the “Christian establishment” to following the biblical model for education and discipleship, with government schools being legally prohibited from teaching children the truth, said author and Deconstructing the Coliseum founder Kevin Novak in this interview on Conversations That Matter with The New American magazine’s Alex Newman.
Novak, an attorney who also works as a prosecutor in Texas, said liberals know Christ is the truth, and that is why they insist on banning any teaching about Jesus in the classroom.
Part of the problem is that Christians have failed to recognize that the God of the Bible never grants authority or responsibility over education to civil government.
Instead, those belong to parents and the family.
Novak gives several other reasons for withdrawing from government schools, too.Ultimately, Novak believes eventually the government system will be abolished.
But in the meantime, Christians must keep working to expose it.