Tu, Nov 8, 2016, Hawaii general election. Details
Jeff Rense interviews David Cole, a Jew, on the Holocaust racket.
Brother Nathanael grew up in the U.S. as a Jew and converted to Christianity when a young man. He is now a member of the Russian Orthodox Church and lives in Idaho.
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft sign EU hate speech code [The Guardian] May 31, 2015
Ben Swann reports.
Former star athlete succumbs at home surrounded by family after nine-month battle with pancreatic cancer
Message from Hawai‘i Governor David Ige
Today [Wednesday, July 20], the people of Hawai‘i mourn the passing of U.S. Rep. Mark Takai [D-Hawaii]. He proudly served his country in uniform, including 17 years with the Hawai‘i Army National Guard. Mark humbly and effectively served the people of his state House and Congressional districts. In the often tumultuous world of politics, he has been a shining example of what it means to be a public servant.
While we will deeply feel the loss of Mark Takai in the public arena, we cannot forget that he was a family man first. His wife, children and extended family will miss him every moment from this day on. Dawn and I extend our deepest sympathies to Sami, Matthew and Kaila. Your husband and father was a man of principle and goodwill. Thank you for sharing him with the citizens of Hawai‘i.
Message from President Barack Obama
Michelle and I were saddened to learn of the passing of Representative Mark Takai today. Mark was always a fighter. It’s the spirit he brought to more than two decades of public service on behalf of the people of Hawaii. He stood up for America’s most vulnerable. He championed our troops and veterans, and proudly wore our nation’s uniform. And his relentless push for cancer research inspired countless Americans fighting the same battle as him. Simply put, our country is better off because of Mark’s contributions. He leaves a legacy of courage, of service, and of hope. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mark’s wife, Sami, their two children, and his many friends and family.
U.S. government and press accused of keeping the fate of abandoned American POWs in Vietnam from the public
Last week America suffered the loss of Sydney Schanberg, widely regarded as one of the greatest journalists of his generation. Yet as I’d previously noted, when I read his long and glowing obituary in the New York Times, I was shocked to see that it included not a single word concerning the greatest story of his career, which had been the primary focus of the last quarter century of his research and writing.
The cynical abandonment of hundreds of American POWs at the end of the Vietnam War must surely rank as one of the most monumental scandals of modern times, and the determined effort of the mainstream media to maintain this enormous governmental cover-up for over four decades raises serious doubts about whether we can believe what our newspapers report about anything else.
A couple of mainstream academics, one liberal and one conservative, whose names would be recognized as those of prominent public intellectuals, dropped me notes strongly applauding my effort to reopen the POW controversy and help get the truth out at last.
• New No. 1 Rule in Hollywood: Don’t utter the “P” word if you want to keep your career alive.
by Michael Collins Piper
It’s official: Right now the No. 1 rule in Hollywood is that you can talk about anything political—except Israel’s attack on the Christians and Muslims in Gaza, Palestine. That’s not a conspiracy theory from critics of Israel or Jew-hating neo-Nazis. Instead, that was the thesis of a candid article in the August 1 edition of The Hollywood Reporter (THR), influential trade journal of the entertainment industry.
In fact, the article was bluntly titled: “Rule 1: Talk About Anything Political in Hollywood . . . Except Gaza.”
"Plagiarism" has been used to describe Melania Trump's speech at the RNC, but out of 17 minutes only a few similarities have been discovered. Still, it does sound like some speech writer (or Melania) listened to Michelle Obama's DNC speech from eight years ago for inspiration and subsequently got carried away. Here are the two saying nearly the same thing, side by side.
It seems that no one would have noticed, except for a near-unemployed journalist with a long memory sitting in an LA Starbucks listening to the speech.
The western powers are forcing war on Russia. Putin to gaggle of non-Russian journalists: "I don't know how to get through to you anymore."
Protecting and serving the American public is a difficult and dangerous job. How much do the police make here in Hawaii and across the nation? Wages in the 50 states range from $16 to $45 an hour.
California police make the most with a mean annual wage of $93,550, or $44.98/hour. Hawaii's mean annual wage is $64,940, or $31.22/hour and Mississippi is at the bottom with a mean annual wage of $33,350, or $16.03/hour.
Here’s the mean annual salary and hourly wage, from lowest to highest, in all 50 states along with the number of available jobs in each state.
Click here for the 50-state wage report by Stacy Johnson of MoneyTalksNews.
Published on YouTube Jul 16, 2016
Russia Today introduction: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Islamic cleric - Muhammed Fethullah Gulen - of being behind the coup attempt. Gulen, who holds a US Green Card [and lives in Pennsylvania] but is not an American citizen, accused Turkish President of conducting a deadly false flag operation, and compared him to Hitler.