For all of you who think you are being "Raptured" today---- NO YOU WON'T BE- Today or ever!
For all of you who think you are being "Raptured" today---- NO YOU WON'T BE- Today or ever!
The Plain Truth
by Lynn E. Torrance
Read this astounding, yet brief, PROOF from history. You'll be shocked to find WHY facts of history have been suppressed -- WHY the Bible has been falsely labeled "unscientific."
DID YOU KNOW that the Abraham of your Bible was a skilled scientist, astronomer, and mathematician?
By Bob Barney
It's time Americans stand up and boycott those business - who HATE your freedoms!
The First National Bank of Omaha announced Thursday that it is terminating its branded partnership with the National Rifle Association in the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
“Customer feedback has caused us to review our relationship with the NRA,” the bank wrote on Twitter. “As a result, First National Bank of Omaha will not renew its contract with the National Rifle Association to issue the NRA Visa Card.”
Total BS from the bank, and I am in the process of cancelling my card, and hope everyone in America who values the Bill of Rights does the same. What part of the second amendment can't our lawmakers understand. "The right of the people to bare arms SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!"
Ezekiel wrote his book for the people of America and Great Britain, and NOT for his time. Here is a great video, simply proving this...
Death is a process that eventually comes for all living things – but, just how the body succumbs is not the same for every organism.
In humans, a state known as rigor mortis sets in hours after passing, causing the body to stiffen up before ultimately relaxing again.
But for a species of roundworm, rigor mortis begins while the creature is still alive.
Scientists have captured footage of worms undergoing rigor mortis for the first time, uncovering new insight on the processes that occur as a multicellular organism dies – and, it could reveal clues on age-related death in humans.
According to the researchers from University College London, the discovery marks the first time rigor mortis has been observed in worms.
While death may be defined as the moment the heart ceases to beat or the brain no longer functions, the processes involved may begin long before this.
‘Cell death has been widely studied but much less is known about death of whole organisms, how it happens, what triggers it, and when it begins and ends,’ says Professor David Gems, from UCL Institute of Healthy Ageing.
‘But it’s extremely important for understanding fatal disease in humans, especially those caused by aging.’
By Mike Exton on 2/19/18
With so many madmen today using guns to commit murder, why don’t we just abolish the 2nd amendment? Wouldn’t that solve the problem of murder for once and for all? Just think how much safer everyone would be if the government would just outlaw guns and confiscate everyone’s weapons. America would become a near utopia society, right? Violent crime would become a thing of the past! Just think, no more mass shootings at schools, no more mass shootings at churches, and no more murders in the city of Chicago where 762 people were murdered in 2016 alone. Wow, wouldn’t that be wonderful! Or would it?
The 2nd Amendment of the Constitution of the USA states that “…the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”
Our founding fathers wrote this amendment to the Constitution (as one of 10 amendments contained in the Bill of Rights) in 1791. And the main reason they wrote this amendment was so that the citizens of the United States would be able to protect themselves in case an authoritarian government ever came into power. Not only would we be able to protect ourselves from an oppressive government, but even more importantly, a well-armed citizenry would act as a deterrent from such a government ever forming in the first place.
Just imagine how much easier it would be for a tyrant to rise to power in America if guns were confiscated. But if American citizens are armed to the teeth this scenario is much harder to imagine. And that is the main purpose of the 2nd Amendment — to protect America’s citizens from tyrants and oppressors who would abolish the Constitution and take away our rights and the freedoms afforded to us in the Bill of Rights.
But, not only would abolishing the 2nd Amendment make it much easier for a totalitarian government to take over, but it would also be the start of the abolishment of our entire Constitution. Because once you abolish one Amendment, it’s just a matter of time before another Right (such as the right to freedom of speech) falls by the wayside, and then another (such as the freedom of the press), and then another (such as freedom of religion). And before you know it we would not be any better off than North Korea or any other oppressive government among us today.
No, our founding fathers knew what they were doing when they wrote the 2nd Amendment. And if you think otherwise, then quite frankly, you are being naïve.
Excerpt from the full video Ted Nugent: The Music Made Me Do Itcoming soon to Infowars.com. Here Ted talks about his meeting with Donald Trump and if he will betray us on the 2nd Amendment.
Satanists are fighting to repeal a Missouri law that informs women an abortion kills a “separate, unique, living human being.”
The Satanic Temple in Jefferson City announced its third lawsuit against Missouri abortion regulations on Tuesday, asserting the informed consent law stating abortion kills human beings is “factually inaccurate and designed to dissuade women from getting an abortion.”
“With a bald theocratic imposition of abortion restrictions into Missouri state law, and a continued expansion of religious privilege and exemption, Missouri lawmakers are going to be forced to accept that there are religious perspectives, just as deeply-held, that may directly contradict their own religious beliefs and directives,” spokesperson Lucien Greaves said in a statement. MORE
When I study history, I am often amazed to discover the plain truth about so many people and places we think we know about, only to find what we have learned is often wrong, or spun into some propaganda ploy. I am a historian. I have a minor degree in History, and have read and studied history since I was a boy of 7! I used to read the World Book Encyclopedia for fun! Once in a while, I learn about some little known fact or person that has actually had a great deal in how we live today, yet we have no idea about.
Today, I came across Matthew Fontaine Maury (January 14, 1806 – February 1, 1873), United States Navy, was an American astronomer, historian, oceanographer, meteorologist, cartographer, author, geologist, and educator. Bet you never heard of him, I know I didn't... But here is the rest of HIS STORY and what it means to you. Matthew Fontaine Maury's grandfather (the Reverend James Maury) was an inspiring teacher to a future U.S. president, Thomas Jefferson.
The table below has information about the total number of service members, battle deaths, and nonmortal woundings in wars from 1775 to 2011; such as the American Revolution, the Civil War, World War I and II, Vietnam, and more...
|American Revolution (1775–1783)|
|War of 1812 (1812–1815)|
|Indian Wars (approx. 1817–1898)|
|Mexican War (1846–1848)|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater)||11,550|
|Civil War (1861–1865)|
|Total servicemembers (Union)||2,213,363|
|Battle deaths (Union)||140,414|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater) (Union)||224,097|
|Nonmortal woundings (Union)||281,881|
|Total servicemembers (Conf.)||1,050,000|
|Battle deaths (Conf.)||74,524|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater) (Conf.)||59,2972|
|Nonmortal woundings (Conf.)||unknown|
|Spanish-American War (1898–1902)|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater)||2,061|
|World War I (1917–1918)3|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater)||63,114|
|Living veterans||fewer than 251|
|World War II (1940–1945)3|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater)||113,842|
|Korean War (1950–1953)|
|Other deaths in service (theater)||2,833|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater)||17,672|
|Vietnam War (1964–1975)|
|Other deaths in service (theater)||10,785|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater)||32,000|
|Gulf War (1990–1991)|
|Other deaths in service (theater)||382|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater)||1,565|
|America's Wars Total (1775–1991)|
|Military service during war||41,891,368|
|Other deaths in service (theater)||308,800|
|Other deaths in service (nontheater)||230,279|
|Living war veterans||17,456,0004|
|Global War on Terror 5|
|Total Servicemembers (Worldwide) (as of Dec 31, 2010)||1,429,367|
|Deployed to Iraq (Operation New Dawn) (as of Dec. 31, 2010)||85,600|
|Deployed to Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom)(as of Dec. 31, 2010)||103,700|
|Battle Deaths (as of May 12, 2011)||4,724|
|Other Deaths (In Theater) (as of May 12, 2011)||1,294|
|Non-mortal Woundings (as of May 12, 2011)||43,399|
See also Post-Vietnam Combat Casualties.
Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. Typical symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue, and a characteristic skin rash called erythema migrans. If left untreated, infection can spread to joints, the heart, and the nervous system.
Songwriter and actor Kris Kristofferson has Lyme disease. While this isn’t necessarily good news, it’s new news because for years he was told he was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or some other type of dementia.
For years Kristofferson, 79, was misdiagnosed, his doctors assuming his issues stemmed from Alzheimer’s or dementia. Thankfully, earlier this year someone finally did a test and it came back positive.
His wife Lisa remembers him taking medications for things he didn’t have, and dealing with all the side effects, but after just three weeks of Lyme treatment, he was back. There are still some down days, but for the most part, he’s his old self.
Lyme disease is caused by the bite of an infected blacklegged or deer tick. If the tick is a lyme carrier and the bite is left untreated, it can eventually cause a host of debilitating symptoms, weeks or months later. While the disease may reveal itself within 30 days as a characteristic “bull’s-eye” rash, some people never get a rash.
This week, stocks dropped sharply after the first congressional testimony of Trump's new Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. Why? Perhaps because investors interpreted his comments as raising the odds that the central bank will accelerate its pace of interest rate hikes. The result could be higher-than-expected borrowing costs and lower corporate profits.
As it happens, just as Powell was alerting markets to the Fed's possibly more hawkish turn, the Drudge Report was blaring a headline that Trump was ready to announce his plans to run for re-election in 2020 and appoint a digital guru to run the effort. But clever Facebook ads won't be enough to win the president a second term. Team Trump is surely counting on the economy to provide a powerful tailwind for the campaign. Indeed, new forecasts from the White House economic team anticipate 2018 will be the start of a long-term upturn in economic growth.
Wall Street economists aren't nearly as bullish. Yet they do acknowledge the economy's considerable near-term momentum, thanks in part to fiscal stimulus from the Trump tax cuts and higher Washington spending. Trump might well head into his re-election year with an unemployment rate sinking toward 3 percent. The lowest jobless numbers since Eisenhower was in the Oval Office could help persuade swing voters that Trump has indeed made America great again.
Unless the Fed mucks things up — as it has in the past. MORE