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Sen. Paul Wants to cut aid to PA “Hamas is a terrorist organization, why should we pay them?”



Sen. Rand Paul calls to cut all American aid to the Muslims who call themselves Palestinians.
On his first day in office, President Trump freezed Obama’s $221,000,000 parting gift to the Muslims who call themselves “Palestinians”, It is time for the Trump administration to cut the rest of the aid ($400M).

400,000,000 dollars of US taxpayer money is going directly to Muslim terrorists.

Each year, the United States gives the Palestinian Authority $400M aid.

The Palestinian Authority uses American taxpayers’ money to pay Muslim terrorists who murdered non-Muslims in Israel.
American taxpayers should not be forced to finance Islamic terrorism.



President Donald Trump issued support for U.S. Sen. Rand Paul’s proposal to fund infrastructure projects in the U.S. with foreign aid halted from going to Islamic countries that burn US flags shout “Death to America”.

In a tweet Thursday, Rand, a Kentucky Republican, said he planned to introduce his proposal soon.

“I’m introducing a bill to end aid to Pakistan in the coming days. My bill will take the money that would have gone to Pakistan and put it in an infrastructure fund to build roads and bridges here at home.”

The US has given $34 billion in direct aid and military reimbursements to Pakistan since 2002.

The US shouldn’t give money to countries that mass burn American flag and put Christians in jail.
Trump has already cut the US aid to Pakistan.

Afghanistan, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, the Palestinian Authority, and UNRWA(UN agency in Gaza) should be next.
Trump should suspend all aid to any country that has betrayed the US after the shameful UN vote against US sovereignty over US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Every two and a half minutes US pays UN $38,000 for doing nothing American taxpayers pay more than any other country for the UN budget. There are 193 countries in the UN So why are the American taxpayers funding most of its budget?

President Trump should suspend all American aid to the UN as well.



Sen. Rand Paul calls to cut all American aid to the Muslims who call themselves Palestinians.
He repeatedly introduced a bill to cut all American aid to countries that working against American interests.

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EARTHQUAKES IN DIVERS PLACES: Earthquake strikes US: California, Oklahoma, Texas and Nebraska hit in quick succession


EARTHQUAKES IN DIVERS PLACES: Earthquake strikes US: California, Oklahoma, Texas and Nebraska hit in quick succession


A STRING of powerful earthquakes have rocked the west and central US with several of them hitting near to the dreaded RING OF FIRE.

Some eight earthquakes have rocked the United States in quick succession, all of which have taken place on April 9.
The strongest of the earthquakes, and also the most recent, came in Perry, Oklahoma, when a 4.3 magnitude tremor hit the central US state.

However, there have been no reports of damage to buildings in the area.
People took to social media to share their experience, with one writing: “Another earthquake in Oklahoma, shaking us awake just now!”
Other people share similar views, with Twitter user Arianna saying that she believes this is a sign that a bigger earthquake is coming.
She wrote: “All these little earthquakes just leading up to the big earthquake soon that destroys us”.
Since midnight, there have also been earthquakes in Alaska, Nebraska, Texas and three in California.
Both California and Alaska sit on the deadly Ring of Fire – the largest and most active fault line in the world, stretching from New Zealand, all around the east coast of Asia, over to Canada and the USA and all the way down to the southern tip of South America – which causes more than 90 percent of the world’s earthquakes.
Also in California sits the San Andreas fault, where two huge plates meet.
This has also caused many earthquakes over the years, including the recent 5.3 magnitude tremor striking just off the Pacific coast on April 6, rattling Santa Barbara and Los Angeles.
Researchers believe that the San Andreas fault is overdue the ‘Big One’ – a potentially catastrophic earthquake which could cause widespread destruction in the southwest of the US.
Last year, Robert Graves, a research geophysicist at the USGS, said that the Big One could be overdue by 10 years.
He told Raw Story: “The San Andreas fault in southern California last had a major quake in 1857 (magnitude 7.9).
“Studies that have dated previous major offsets along the fault trace show that there have been about 10 major quakes over the past 1,000-2,000 years.
“The average time between these quakes is about 100-150 years.”



The San Andreas runs through CaliforniaThere is a 1-in-20 chance of Thursday’s quake leading to a bigger one in the next few weeks, John Vidale, director of the Southern California Earthquake Center at USC told the Los Angeles Times.
He said: “A 5.3 could be damaging if it was right under our feet.
“It’s right on the edge of being an earthquake that could be dangerous.It’s a reminder that we need to be ready in the future.”




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BOOM: Target Just Got Hit With Some DEVASTATING News… This Is Karma

American News May 18, 2016


According to reports, a new campaign launched by Life Site News and the Child Protection League has just been spotted on the streets of Minnesota, demanding that residents #FlushTarget. The organization argues that the company is endangering women and girls by exposing them to sexual predators.

“They are opening bathrooms to all men, whether transgender or non-transgender,” Julie Quist of the Child Protection League told reporters.

One truck carrying the ad features the image of a young girl being confronted by a man in the restroom, with the caption, “What about her rights to privacy and protection?”

The truck is scheduled to stop at every Target store in the state over the next few weeks.

“Everyone has the right to use the bathroom safely and in privacy without fear of being raped or assaulted,” Claire Chretien, national spokeswoman for Life Site News told reporters. “Unfortunately, Target, one of America’s largest retail chains, has decided to let any man access women’s bathrooms in their stores.

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Muslim Refuse To Remove Head Covering For Officers – Gets Brutal Wakeup Call


According to recent reports, a Muslim woman in Dearborn, Michigan is facing serious consequences after she tried to use Shariah law as an excuse to break the law.

When police pulled over Maha Aldhalimi, they noticed she had a warrant out for her arrest due to many unpaid parking tickets. The officer had no choice but to arrest her and bring her into the station to face penalties.

Things turned ugly when officers ordered Aldhalimi to remove her hijab for their standard processing check. She refused to do so, citing her religion.

The cops informed her that if she refused to comply with their regulations, the hijab would “be removed involuntarily against her will.”

Eventually, they were forced to move forward with that threat. According to documents, Aldhalimi “was shivering and crying from the humiliation and distress of the encounter and orders.”

While we respect the right to religion, Sharia law is NOT above state or federal law. What do you think? Are you happy these police officers moved forward?

Des Moines City Council opposes Tacoma methanol plant


by Jack Mayne

A proposal for a $3.4 billion methanol plant in Tacoma’s tide flats has been put on hold, and the Des Moines City Council unanimously approved a resolution opposing the plant at Thursday’s meeting.

The Chinese government-backed plan stirred huge controversy since Northwest Innovation Works proposed the $3.4 billion dollar project. If built, it would be the largest methanol manufacturing facility in the world, according to Citizens for a Healthy Bay in a recent Tacoma News Tribune story.

The developer last week asked the City of Tacoma to formally pause the environmental review process.

Review suspended
Councilmember Rob Back said the applicant for a methanol plant on the Tacoma waterfront has asked for a “pause” in its application, adding that the city of Tacoma has decided to “treat this decision to suspend the environment review as the applicant’s decision not to proceed with its current applications.”

Back said the Des Moines resolution opposing the plant would be kept on file for any future movement by the applicant.

Des Moines’ resolution was passed as part of the Council’s Consent Agenda. The resolution said since the city the adjacent to the city of Federal Way “and is with close proximity to the proposed project site in the Port of Tacoma,” and that “the project is of great concern to the City of Des Moines and its residents.”

The city’s opposition is “due to a lack of information and the apparent absence of an adequate and transparent process surrounding this proposed project, the Des Moines City Council is opposed to Northwest Innovation Work’s methanol plant proposal at this time.”

The Normandy Park City Council also approved a similar resolution opposing the construction of the $3.4 billion gas-to-methanol production plant.

Animals in cars
The Council also adopted an ordinance that prohibits keeping “an animal in an unattended vehicle under circumstances which could harm the animal.” The ordinance also allows police or the city’s animal control officer to “reasonably remove confined animals without liability for damage to property caused by the removal actions.”

Don’t penalize seniors
Several seniors complained to the Council about the monthly Friday furlough closure of the senior’s exercise facility, stressing the need for older people to get regular exercise. One speaker suggested perhaps a small fee could be charged.

“The deficit need not penalize seniors,” said one person.

The Council took no action on the requests.



Art is a universal language dating back millennia……….


April Anne Henson

6 mins       02-25-2016

Some powerful words written by an Evergreen State college student:

Art is a universal language dating back millennia. Art can be used as a universal language to attract much needed attention from the larger global audience that the Earth desperately needs.

With the concept of acquisition of wealth, affluence and social eminence through the act of distributing present in many indigenous cultures in mind, can the creation and exchange of art be used as a form of reciprocity to relieve and/or resolve environmental grief, loss of traditional culture, loss of land and other forms of loss that have happened as a result of western industrialization and western influence?

In the creation of art, the artist gives the viewer the opportunity to take a look inside their soul and experience their emotions, their passions, their desires, their pain and their sorrows. One drawing can tell the story of a single life or of an entire culture.

Human induced environmental change has a significant impact on all of us. Indigenous communities are the most susceptible and perhaps one of the most overlooked groups of people when discussing climate injustice.
It seems as if many people are in a miasma of environmental ignorance. The vicious indications of a changing atmosphere surround us at all times. We see accumulative evidence in our everyday lives through droughts, record

rainfall, record high and low temperatures and powerful tropical storms. Big oil corporations spill incomprehensible amounts of crude oil into the pristine oceans, covering everything it touches with sticky, black slime. We see images on television of entire shorelines full of dead animals while representatives from oil companies, buttressed by local law

enforcement, fight to keep journalists and their telling cameras out of areas affected by the death and comprehensive ecosystem obliteration caused by their destructive and polluting methods of extracting fossil fuels from the Earth.


Methanol plant in Tacoma on hold amid opposition


Originally published February 19, 2016 at 8:08 pm Updated February 20, 2016 at 11:14 am

Citing the “tone and substance of vocal opposition,” Northwest Innovation Works has asked the city of Tacoma to temporarily halt an environmental review of a $3.4 billion methanol plant proposed at a port site.

By Hal Bernton

Seattle Times staff reporter

Citing the “tone and substance of vocal opposition,” Northwest Innovation Works has asked the city of Tacoma to temporarily halt an environmental review of a $3.4 billion methanol plant proposed at a port site.

“To force a facility on a community that does not welcome it would not be consistent with our goals,” Murray Godley,NW Innovation Works president, said in a statement Friday. “Therefore, we have decided to pause the … environmental review process.”

NW Innovation’s largest partner, CAS Holdings, is a commercial offshoot of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Other partners are Double Green Bridge Hong Kong and Johnson Matthey, a United Kingdom-based corporation.

The Tacoma facility would be the largest of three Pacific Northwest plants proposed to turn natural gas into methanol, which would then be shipped to China for use in the plastics industry.

The project would employ 1,000 workers during peak construction and provide 260 jobs once the plant is up and running.

The environmental review would examine a range of issues related to the project, proposed on 125 acres leased from the Port of Tacoma. The liquid methanol would be shipped to Chinese coastal plants that would manufacture olefins, a feedstock used in plastics.

A city official involved in the environmental review could not be reached Friday for comment, but a public meeting on the project scheduled for Feb. 24 has been canceled, according to a city website.

NW Innovation Works officials, in an earlier interview, said they hoped to begin construction in 2018.

In the statement released Friday, the company said it remains committed to the Tacoma project and will use the next several months “to engage the Tacoma community in further dialogue.”

The company would restart the environmental review process after the community dialogue, the statement said.

NW Innovation Works has proposed two other methanol projects, one in Kalama and another at Port Westward along the Oregon side of the Columbia River.

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cony5 hours ago

This could be a turning point for Tacoma’s environment and civic life – great news.



stopthecount!7 hours ago

Put 260 people to work building and installing solar. Pretty incredible the article doesn’t even mention the water use. And Methane? The worlds most potent greenhouse gas?

Let the Chinese recycle plastic.



stopthecount!4 hours ago

Excuse me, I should have said methanol, not methane.

Tacoma was just pulling away from it’s “Tacoma Aroma” era, and these people want to pollute just like the bad old days.



Steve Tolme 7 hours ago

I thought it was absolutely incredible that this idea made it as far as it did! What an idiotic proposal. What about the environment?! That plant was going to consume what, 20 million gallons of FRESH water every 24 hours?! Is Tacoma insane?!

Thank goodness the citizens rose up and called them on the BS. The only way this idea could have made it as far as it did, was by a lot of cash being spread around. Follow the money! Remember the names of local Tacoma politicians who supported this joke too – and keep them in Tacoma. Don’t inflict their poor judgment on the state!



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4 charged with ambush attack of off-duty NC deputy


The men called the deputy out of a child’s birthday party, and the other three ‘jumped out’ from behind cars

By Ron Gallagher
The News & Observer

RALEIGH, N.C. — Four men face charges of assault with intent to kill in what Wake County sheriff’s investigators say was a sneak attack on an off-duty deputy because of his job.

Remi Nambo, 27, Miguel Angel Moreno, 25, Delfino Alejo, 27, and Gabriel Miguel Moreno, 39, were each charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury and maliciously assaulting in a secret manner, a felony.

According to arrest warrants, Gabriel Moreno called Deputy Eduardo Sanchez out of a child’s birthday party, and the other three “jumped out” from behind cars. They beat Sanchez with their hands and feet, the warrants charge.

Sheriff Donnie Harrison said Sanchez was not working and was at the party at the Panther Branch Community Building at 10900 Ten Ten Road about 11:45 p.m. when Moreno insisted Sanchez come out so “he could talk to him.”

The reason for the attack was because Sanchez is a law-enforcement officer, Harrison said.

“They’re just a bunch of cowards who don’t like police officers,” he said Wednesday.

Sanchez received what Harrison called “pretty serious injuries,” but he elected to leave the hospital and have out-patient treatment.

Investigators are still looking into the case, Harrison said, but they had found no connection between Sanchez and the four suspects. “He never arrested any of them,” Harrison said.

Records show that Nambo, who lives at 105 Caminetto Court in Raleigh, and Miguel Moreno, who address was listed as 7216 Old Bunch Road near Wendell, were first arrested early Sunday at the community building on misdemeanor assault charges.

Moreno was freed on bail. Nambo was also charged with resisting arrest and failure to appear in court on traffic charges in Nash County, and he remained in custody.

Tuesday, deputies charged Nambo with the felony assault charges at the Wake County Detention Center. They arrested Miguel Moreno at his home, Alejo on Lynn Ridge Road in Raleigh and Gabriel Moreno on Ray Road in Raleigh.

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What To Do Now, to STOP the Purposed Methanol Plant ?!?!?!



Take Action

What can you do now
to stop the proposed methanol plant?

    Say NO to the huge methanol refinery proposed for the heart of Tacoma

    Petition by Claudia Riedener

    To be delivered to Tacoma City Council, Tacoma Mayor Strickland, Port of Tacoma Commissioners, Washington State Department of Ecology, The Washington State House and 2 other targets (click here to see more)

    The 3.4 billion dollar methanol refinery, proposed by NW Innovation Works (owned by the Chinese government) is estimated to use 10,000 gallons of fresh water each minute and enough electricity to power 320,000 households. Also used in the chemical process are huge amounts of fracked natural gas pumped in via pipeline. The sole purpose for this methanol would be to make more plastics in China. Meanwhile our recycled plastics are not reused by the industry, and most end up in landfills. Methanol is highly volatile at room temperature and methanol refinery explosions are a real danger. Nearby residents and the ICE detention center are located within a potential blast zone. The chemical refinery would also release about 1,000 gallons of waste water per minute and toxins such as arsenic, lead and formaldehyde into our air.
    Our region has already spent billions to clean up after dirty industry. Let’s not allow them to pollute our sensitive environment on the Salish Sea again.
    The Pacific Northwest has experienced its worst drought in history. It has been forecast this will be the new normal. Let’s protect our most important and valuable resource – fresh water – and let’s not sell it off at fire-sale prices. Contact your city, Port of Tacoma, state and national representatives and the Washington State Department of Ecology and tell them NO to the largest chemical refinery in the Northwest – NO WATER FOR METHANOL!