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  • Boris Johnson ‘on brink of Brexit deal’ after border concessions
    by Vince Stegall on October 19, 2019 at 17:20

    Negotiators understood to have agreed in principle to customs border down Irish Sea Boris Johnson appears to be on the brink of reaching a Brexit deal after making major concessions to EU demands over the Irish border. A draft text of the agreement could now be published on Wednesday if Downing Street gives the final green light, The post Boris Johnson ‘on brink of Brexit deal’ after border concessions appeared first on Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter and Dave Robbins.

  • Supreme Court rejects challenge to public school coursework on Islam
    by Vince Stegall on October 19, 2019 at 17:17

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday rebuffed an appeal from a Christian former high school student who argued coursework on Islam at her Maryland school violated her First Amendment rights. The dispute involves Caleigh Wood, a student at La Plata High School in Charles County, Maryland, who enrolled in a state-mandated World History course during the The post Supreme Court rejects challenge to public school coursework on Islam appeared first on Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter and Dave Robbins.

  • Trump Tells Bankrupt UN to Find Money Elsewhere
    by Vince Stegall on October 19, 2019 at 17:06

    Facing a massive hole in its budget, the United Nations is implementing “emergency measures” to avoid missing payroll and other obligations before the end of the year. Unsurprisingly, UN bosses are demanding that taxpayers in America and other nations hand over more money now or face global catastrophe. Even UN officials and apologists, though, have The post Trump Tells Bankrupt UN to Find Money Elsewhere appeared first on Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter and Dave Robbins.

  • With Hypersonic Missiles, Israel’s F-35s Are Upping The Ante In Syria
    by Vince Stegall on October 19, 2019 at 16:55

    Israel will soon have a new precision-guided supersonic stand-off missile for its F-35s and other fighter jets. The new missile was announced on June 11, 2018 in a press release by two leading Israeli defense firms, Israeli Military Industries Systems (IMI Systems) and Israel Aerospace Industries, which jointly developed the missile. The so-called Rampage missile is a The post With Hypersonic Missiles, Israel’s F-35s Are Upping The Ante In Syria appeared first on Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter and Dave Robbins.

  • Benefits of cashless payments outweigh alternatives
    by Vince Stegall on October 19, 2019 at 14:40

    The Central Bank Nigeria (CBN) has revisited the cashless policy it floated about seven years ago, but this time, with a resolve to ensure compliance with the imposition of subtle charges for die-hard cash transaction apologists, reports, SIMEON EBULU. It’s almost four weeks now that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) rolled its sleeves to The post Benefits of cashless payments outweigh alternatives appeared first on Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter and Dave Robbins.

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  • Shocking video shows moment HS coach disarms student with shotgun — and embraces him with bear hug
    by Chris Enloe on October 19, 2019 at 22:37

    Newly released surveillance footage shows the moment an Oregon high school coach disarmed a shotgun-wielding student — and embraced him with a hug, compassion, and empathy.The video shows student Angel Granados-Diaz walking into a building at the Portland-area Parkrose High School with a shotgun hidden underneath a long coat on May 17, 2019. Then video shows the moment football coach Keanon Lowe, who also works as a security guard at the school, confronted the student. Lowe said he had been called to the school's fine-arts building to get a student, according to KOIN-TV.I walk in there, I get to the classroom, I'm in the classroom for 15, 20 seconds — you know, I ask the teacher, 'Is the student here?The door opens — I'm within arm's length of the door, about 3 feet away from the door, and there's a kid with a gun, a shotgun," Lowe said. "In a fraction of a second, I analyzed everything really fast. I saw the look in his face, look in his eyes, looked at the gun, realized it was a real gun and then my instincts just took over.I lunged for the gun, put two hands on the gun. He had his two hands on the gun and obviously the kids are running out of the classroom and screaming.The video shows Lowe hand the shotgun to another teacher while embracing Granados-Diaz."I felt compassion for him; a lot of times, especially when you're young, you don't realize what you're doing until it's over," Lowe said."I just wanted to let him know that I was there for him. I told him I was there to save him. I was there for a reason and that this is a life worth living," he explained after the incident, NBC News reported.Police later arrived to the school after it went on lockdown. No one was injured in the incident.Prosecutors said Granados-Diaz brought the gun to school during a "mental health crisis" and that he never intended to use it on anyone other than himself. Only one shotgun shell was loaded into the firearm.Granados-Diaz pleaded guilty on Oct. 10 to "one count of unlawful possession of a firearm in a public building and one count of unlawful possession of a loaded firearm in public," KOIN reported.A judge sentenced the teen to 36 months probation and mental health treatment, and substance abuse treatment because he was drunk at the time of the incident.

  • LGBT protesters succeed in shutting down first Chick-fil-A in the United Kingdom
    by Leon Wolf on October 19, 2019 at 22:05

    According to the New York Times, LGBT advocacy groups in England have succeeded in convincing The Oracle shopping center in Reading not to renew Chick-fil-A's lease, leading the company to announce that it permanently close the Reading location at the end of this six month period. Chick-fil-A opened their first store in the United Kingdom in Reading on October 10th. An LGBT group, Reading Pride, immediately sprang into action, organizing a protest called "Get the Chick Out" that was designed to close down the restaurant. As part of the protest, activists stood outside The Oracle shopping center and held signs and chanted at customers. Reports indicated that in spite of the protests, the Reading Chick-fil-A was doing brisk business; however, management of The Oracle decided to cave to the protesters. In a statement released by Reading Pride, the group claimed that the mall had promised to "review their selection process" for future tenants in order to avoid angering the group in the future. A spokesman for The Oracle declined to provide a comment on the issue to the Times. While Chick-fil-A was initially reported to be considering an expansion into the London market, a spokesman for the company sounded a much more cautious note to the Times on the possibility of expanding elsewhere in England after the Reading experience, saying only, "We are always looking and learning, and do so through pop-up locations, but nothing else to share right now."Chick-fil-A has likewise been the target of numerous protests by LGBT groups in the United States ever since the company's CEO Dan Cathy admitted in 2012 to donating groups that supported the "biblical definition of the family unit," but has nonetheless grown to become the third-largest fast food chain in the country, behind only McDonald's and Starbucks, in spite of the fact that Chick-fil-A only operates six days a week and has far fewer locations than many fast food chains.

  • Barbara Streisand shares cartoon that depicts Nancy Pelosi's stiletto-shoe impaling President Trump
    by Chris Enloe on October 19, 2019 at 21:26

    Legendary singer Barbara Streisand shared a cartoon on Saturday that depicted violence against President Donald Trump.The cartoon depicts a stiletto high-heel shoe worn by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi impaling and killing the president. Streisand did not share a message with the cartoon. While Streisand did not share a message with the cartoon, she referred to Trump as the "moron-in-chief" in a separate tweet just minutes prior. She also shared articles advocating the president's impeachment.The cartoon is by artist Andy Marlette and was published in the Pensacola News Journal earlier this year, the Washington Examiner reported. The cartoon that Streisand shared is a zoomed in version of the original. In response, social media users rebuked Streisand, while others tagged the Secret Service and called for the agency to investigate."Hoping the Secret Service is knocking at your door," one person responded."So sick — not in a good way," another person responded.Streisand shared the cartoon the same week that the mainstream media generated controversy over a video showed during a political conference hosted at a Trump property earlier this month that depicted violence against the media and Trump's political adversaries.

  • Hillary Clinton repeats debunked fake news to spread fear of foreign election interference
    by Chris Enloe on October 19, 2019 at 19:30

    Hillary Clinton repeated debunked fake news in a recent podcast, claiming that American elections are vulnerable to the hacking prowess of 10-year-olds.Speaking on "Campaign HQ with David Plouffe," a podcast hosted by Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign manager, Clinton claimed that "10-year-olds are hacking our voting systems and the networks that connect them.""You know, we don't really know to what extent the election was interfered in because nobody will look for it," Clinton said. "We do know that in Florida a lot more happened than has been admitted publicly.""So, we know Russians were in at least four systems," she continued. "We know we're really vulnerable. Every, you know, every hackathon that happens, you know, 10-year-olds are hacking our voting systems and the networks that connect them.""So, we have four big problems and when we don't have a government that is interested in protecting our elections, it's really hard for any campaign to do that, for a national committee, or anyone else," Clinton went on to say.Clinton's claim stems from an Aug. 2018 story about a young boy who successfully hacked a "replica" of Florida's election website to change fake election results, the Daily Caller noted. Democrats promoted the story as proof that America's election systems remain vulnerable to foreign interference.However, PolitiFact fact checked the claim — only after Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) repeated it, of course — and ruled it false. According to PolitiFact, not only was the website used in the hacking competition not an actual replica of Florida's election website, but competitors were not hacking a replica of the system Florida uses to tally official votes.Indeed, the National Association of Secretaries of State emphasized these facts to quell fears last year."While it is undeniable websites are vulnerable to hackers, election-night reporting websites are only used to publish preliminary, unofficial results for the public and the media. The sites are not connected to vote counting equipment and could never change actual election results," the organization said. Hillary Clinton Pushes Fake News: '10-Year-OIds Are Hacking Our Elections' www.youtube.com

  • Chicago school teachers are illustrating why public employee unions should be illegal
    by Leon Wolf on October 19, 2019 at 18:30

    At the time of the publication of this article, the Chicago Teachers Union remains on strike, although negotiations are expected to continue throughout the weekend. Classes have already been canceled for two days, forcing parents to scramble to find child care and depriving thousands of students of education days. For a moment, forget the particulars the teachers union is complaining about — Chicago teachers are already compensated more generously than teachers from other large cities in America and the city has already offered to increase their base pay by 16 percent over the next five years. The teachers, for their part, want a 15 percent raise over three years and want additional support staff like librarians and nurses installed in schools. The particulars, you see, don't really matter. As a conceptual matter, public employee unions shouldn't even exist. It is one thing when employees of a private company unionize against their employer. You can debate the wisdom or necessity of such unionization all day long; based on their plummeting membership numbers, most people don't feel that unions are as necessary as they once might have been. But conceptually, any fight between employees and employers over how much employees will be paid and what kinds of benefits they will get is an appropriate fight or discussion to have. However, the spectacle of government employees — who are, after all, subsisting on money forcibly taken from taxpayers —engaged in collective bargaining represents a gross perversion of the democratic process in a representative democracy. In a representative democracy like we have, budgets are by law set by the voters' elected representatives in the legislature. Further, the very existence of jobs for public employees is contingent upon those jobs being created by the legislature, which defines what agencies will exist, what their budgets will be, and what their employees will be tasked with accomplishing. If teachers or police officers or any other government employee feels that they should be paid more, the solution is simple: they should take their case to the public and argue that people should vote for legislators or city council members who support raising their wages, or the budget for their department. That's how budgets are supposed to work in a representative democracy. Allowing public sector employees to collectively bargain with the executive branch invites wholesale dismissal of the budgetary will of the people, expressed through their elected legislatures and city councils. Employees of private companies should be permitted to collectively bargain with their employers, if they should so choose, because what's at stake is profit. Employees of the government should not be permitted to collectively bargain with taxpayer money. Taxpayers should be entitled to make those decisions through the deliberative processes of the legislature rather than being held captive by employees who accepted a stated salary from the taxpayers and then decided after accepting that employment that it wasn't good enough.Additionally, it is important to remember why public sector employees have jobs at all: it is because of a determination made by voters and taxpayers that they are needed to perform some vital function that cannot be performed by the private sector. If any public sector employee is performing some function that the taxpayers can live without, then their job should not exist in the first place — or at least, their job should be with some private company. The fact that a public sector job exists at all means that the people, through their elected representatives, have determined that a certain job needs to be done, and that it is so necessary that we are willing to spend a certain amount of money that has been forcibly taken from taxpayers in order to ensure that it is done. If a person refuses to do that job for that price, the government should be free to immediately terminate that employee and find someone who will, so that vital services do not go unperformed. However, this is difficult or impossible (and possibly illegal) when government employees are permitted to unionize. If it is true that public education is a vital service that absolutely must be performed by government, then it should also be true that the employees who have been hired by the government to provide that service should not be permitted to walk off of those jobs without consequence as a bargaining tactic for higher wages. Whether or not you agree that the teachers should be paid higher wages and have more support staff in the schools, we should all agree that permitting public sector employees to unionize against the taxpayers is a bad idea.

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  • California Governor Gavin Newsom Pardons Three Convicted Immigrants To Protect Them From Deportation
    by Aleister on October 20, 2019 at 03:54

    Why do so many Democrats seem to care more about immigrants than the safety of American citizens? California’s Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom has just pardoned three convicted immigrant criminals. Just to protect them from being deported. FOX News reports: California governor pardons 3 convicted immigrants to help block deportations California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday The post California Governor Gavin Newsom Pardons Three Convicted Immigrants To Protect Them From Deportation appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

  • Here We Go… Angry Gender Studies Professor Blames Trump for Black Women Being Obese (VIDEO)
    by Jim Hoft on October 20, 2019 at 03:08

    A 2012 study published in Common Health magazine reported, “No population in the United States has a higher obesity rate than African American women, four out of five of whom are overweight or obese, according to a 2012 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.” Obviously, there is no correlation between obesity, black The post Here We Go… Angry Gender Studies Professor Blames Trump for Black Women Being Obese (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

  • Lindsey Graham: If We Pull Troops from Northern Syria Then We Will Have Another 9-11 Attack (VIDEO)
    by Jim Hoft on October 20, 2019 at 02:25

    Lindsey Graham joined Judge Jeanine Pirro on Saturday Night on Justice with Judge Jeanine to discuss the situation in northeastern Syria. During the conversation Senator Graham told Judge Jeanine that we can expect another 9-11 style attack if we leave northern Syria. Judge Jeanine: How long should we be there? Senator, how long should we The post Lindsey Graham: If We Pull Troops from Northern Syria Then We Will Have Another 9-11 Attack (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

  • Stunning: Only Andrew Yang and Marianne Williamson Defend Tulsi Gabbard from Hillary’s Wacky ‘Russian Asset’ Charges – Rest of 2020 Democrats Are Silent!
    by Jim Hoft on October 20, 2019 at 01:40

    Bitter twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has accused Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of being a “Russian asset” who is being “groomed” for a third-party run to help President Donald Trump win re-election. On Friday afternoon, Rep. Gabbard responded to the slander, referring to the former First Lady as “Queen of the Warmongers” and “embodiment of corruption.” The post Stunning: Only Andrew Yang and Marianne Williamson Defend Tulsi Gabbard from Hillary’s Wacky ‘Russian Asset’ Charges – Rest of 2020 Democrats Are Silent! appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

  • Obama Holdover and “Syrian Expert” Brett McGurk Lectures Trump on Decision to Pull Troops from Syria – Same Doofus Who Gave Iran Pallets of US Cash for Obama
    by Jim Hoft on October 19, 2019 at 21:41

    Brett McGurk was out lecturing President Trump again this week on his decision to remove US troops from the Syrian cesspool. McGurk went on with conspiracy theorist Rachel Maddow to whine about President Trump. "I don't say this lightly, and I worked for two years in the Trump administration.He doesn't know what he's doing or The post Obama Holdover and “Syrian Expert” Brett McGurk Lectures Trump on Decision to Pull Troops from Syria – Same Doofus Who Gave Iran Pallets of US Cash for Obama appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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  • Indonesia's Joko Widodo sworn in for second term as president
    on October 20, 2019 at 09:46

    Indonesian President Joko Widodo was sworn in on Sunday for a second five-year term as president, leading the world's third-biggest democracy after a first term marked by heavy infrastructure spending.

  • UK is going to leave the EU by Oct. 31: Gove
    on October 20, 2019 at 09:40

    Brexit will happen by October 31, British government minister Michael Gove said on Sunday, despite lawmakers forcing Prime Minister Boris Johnson to send a letter on Saturday to the EU requesting a delay.

  • UK PM sends unsigned letter to EU asking for Brexit delay
    on October 20, 2019 at 09:40

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent an unsigned letter to the European Union requesting a delay to Britain's exit from the bloc but added another note in which he explained that he did not want a "deeply corrosive" Brexit extension.

  • EU plays for time as Johnson spars with UK parliament on Brexit
    on October 20, 2019 at 09:40

    The European Union will play for time rather than rush to decide on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's reluctant request to delay Brexit again, diplomats with the bloc said after a 15-minute meeting on Sunday.

  • UK opposition Labour's Starmer: Johnson should have sent one letter to EU
    on October 20, 2019 at 09:38

    Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Sunday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was behaving in a childish way by sending two letters to the European Union, one requesting a delay to Brexit and one saying he did not want an extension.

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  • Gold Dips on Day, But up on Week
    on October 18, 2019 at 20:11

    The Fed is due to meet between Oct 29 and 30, and there are expectations it will approve a third straight quarter point cut for the year.

  • Three Ways to Look at Valuations
    on October 18, 2019 at 20:01

    It’s important to note that the last major dislocation between these valuation gauges occurred late in the prior cycle in 2007-08, with the divergence ultimately being resolved by falling stock prices. We would expect a similar outcome this time around.

  • Billions of Dollars Just Fled Momentum for Low Volatility
    on October 18, 2019 at 19:57

    Another sign of increasingly defensive posturing as market confidence deteriorates.

  • The End Of The Trend?: Louis-Vincent Gave
    on October 18, 2019 at 19:54

    For the past few years, US treasuries, the US dollar and the oil price have all broadly traded in a range. In fact, the only bankable trend for investors has been the outperformance of US equities, without which global stock indexes would still be trading at 2006 levels. However, there are signs that US equity outperformance may be running out of steam.

  • This Little Known Recession Indicator Is Now Sending a Warning
    on October 18, 2019 at 18:30

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  • Noose Tightens on Hong Kong as China Blocks Shipments to City
    by Jared Harris on October 20, 2019 at 07:21

    A recently discovered order from the communist Chinese government hints that the mainland is beginning to tighten the noose around the city of Hong Kong, and the implications aren’t good. According to the South China Morning Post, Chinese customs officials have put a ban on certain goods being shipped into Hong Kong from China. The… The post Noose Tightens on Hong Kong as China Blocks Shipments to City appeared first on The Western Journal.

  • Family of Dead Robber Slams Clerk for Having Gun, CEO Steps in with Perfect Offer
    by Jared Harris on October 20, 2019 at 07:20

    A clerk who stopped an armed robber with a shot to the chest doesn’t need to worry about potentially losing his job, because the CEO of a pro-gun company offered him a chance for a major career change. Roosevelt Rappley picked the wrong Dayton, Ohio, Dollar General to rob when he pointed a gun at… The post Family of Dead Robber Slams Clerk for Having Gun, CEO Steps in with Perfect Offer appeared first on The Western Journal.

  • Chinese Churches Forced To Replace 10 Commandments with Communist Quotes, Report Says
    by Jared Harris on October 20, 2019 at 07:16

    It appears as though the Chinese government’s stranglehold on its people is getting even tighter. A report from Bitter Winter, a magazine dedicated to publicizing the Chinese government’s many infringements on religious freedom and human rights, reveals the communist overlords are now taking aim at the Ten Commandments, the basic Judeo-Christian moral code. In Luoyang… The post Chinese Churches Forced To Replace 10 Commandments with Communist Quotes, Report Says appeared first on The Western Journal.

  • Nanny Who Gave Birth to 11-Year-Old’s Baby Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison
    by Laura Stewart on October 20, 2019 at 07:15

    A former nanny was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Wednesday for sexually abusing an 11-year-old boy over the course of several months and later giving birth to his child. Marissa Mowry worked as a live-in nanny for the victim’s family in 2014 when she was 22. According to the Tampa Bay Times, Mowry… The post Nanny Who Gave Birth to 11-Year-Old’s Baby Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison appeared first on The Western Journal.

  • Workers Say Target’s Move To Increase Minimum Wage Has Backfired
    by Skye Malmberg on October 20, 2019 at 07:11

    Target employees across America say they are suffering from a decrease in hours after the company said it would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020, according to a report by CNN Business. The dozens of former and current Target employees interviewed said that less hours have made it difficult or even… The post Workers Say Target’s Move To Increase Minimum Wage Has Backfired appeared first on The Western Journal.

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  • Trump Says Europe Now Willing to Take ISIS Prisoners in Syria
    by Ella Kietlinska on October 20, 2019 at 06:22

    U.S. President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Oct. 18 that he had learned that some European nations are now willing to take back the ISIS fighters that came from their nations, without elaborating. Trump told European nations in February to take back their citizens who had joined ISIS only to be captured by U.S.

  • Silicon Valley Residents Rally to Oppose Presidential Impeachment
    by Nathan Su on October 20, 2019 at 05:30

    SAN JOSE, Calif.—A group of Silicon Valley residents teamed up with an organization called Women For America First (WFAF) and rallied on Oct. 17 to support President Donald Trump and oppose the ongoing impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives. The rally was part of a nationwide event, March for Trump, organized by WFAF in

  • 2020 Subaru Outback Limited
    by Durhl Caussey on October 20, 2019 at 04:06

    Subaru has been offering the Outback for the past 25 years. Even though the craftsmanship philosophy hasn’t changed, technologies have advanced with time. Safety features are first rate, along with the styling. Subaru engineering allows you to break out and explore, while remaining connected to the real world. The Outback has a solid track record

  • Jennifer Lawrence Marries Cooke Maroney in Lavish Ceremony: Reports
    by Katabella Roberts on October 20, 2019 at 03:44

    Jennifer Lawrence has reportedly tied the knot with fiancé Cooke Maroney, People reports. The 29-year-old and her 34-year-old partner said “I do” in an intimate ceremony at the Belcourt of Newport mansion in Rhode Island on October.19, surrounded by family and friends. They were also joined by several A-list guests for the lavish exchange, including

  • Sen Rand Paul Harassed by Couple While Eating Lunch in California Restaurant
    by Allen Zhong on October 20, 2019 at 03:10

    Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and his team were harassed by a couple while eating lunch in a California restaurant on Friday, Oct. 18. “While having lunch with @RandPaul in California, we got verbally assaulted by these aggressive libs complaining about incivility,” Paul’s Deputy Chief of Staff Sergio Gor tweeted with a video of the confrontation.