Leaked Memo: George Soros Foundation Seeking to Expand U.S. Online Voting
While the directive was issued two years ago, the issue of electronic voting has become a hot button topic in this year’s presidential election amid fears digital voting systems can be compromised.
The online voting plan was contained in a 67-page hacked file detailing the September 29-30, 2014 Open Society U.S. Programs board meeting in New York.
Dear Penn State students, you can have a brief personal chat with Chelsea Clinton for just $2,700.00
If there’s one truism about college students, it’s that they’re awash in near-endless piles of cash. Oh wait. Hang on. That’s not it. It’s that they’re perpetually broke, eating fifty-cent Ramen Noodles in their dorm rooms or scraping by in ramshackle shared housing just south of fraternity row. Once you factor in books, beer, gas and tuition it’s hardly surprising that they don’t normally have any expendable funds.
Clintons don’t care about any of that. If the Clinton Foundation pay-for-play scandal teaches us anything, it’s that your worth lies in your ability to give her the Clintons the filthy lucre they crave. If you’re broke, you’re “little people.” You don’t count. Pay up, and the they suddenly become the best friends you’ve ever had.
Mayor Patrick Rushing: “I’m Not Racist, I Just Think That Michelle Obama Looks Like A Gorilla”
“Gorilla face Michelle, can’t disagree with that,” the message said. “The woman is not attractive except to monkey man Barack. Check out them ears. LOL.” Rushing explained the remark as “just playful back and forth banter that my friends and I do.”
Although Rushing offered an apology, the Airway Heights City Council decided on Tuesday that he had not gone far enough, and asked the mayor to resign. But he refused. “I made a mistake. I owned up to my mistake,” Rushing insisted. “If I do resign that’s admitting I’m a racist and I’m not.”
I like the cut of your jib, sir.
New York: Muslims want to whitewash 9/11 Memorial, town says no
We asked a town lead if the idea of using the term “Islamic terrorists” was a bad one in the era of political correctness? Town Supervisor Donald Castellucci says it is an accurate historical portrayal.
“I don’t live in a politically correct world,” he said. “I live in a historical fact world and cross-terrorism, whether it’s American, homegrown, Christianity, Islamic, you call it what it is. And, we don’t whitewash things, especially here. And, we think we done the accurate citing of what happened.”
Ottawa woman’s little free library to be shut down over city bylaw
The concept of the little library is simple: you can either take a book or place a book. There are no library membership cards or late fees. The idea of these free little neighbourhood libraries has grown in popularity worldwide with the interest in promoting literacy.
“It gets a lot of usage and people, when I’m out in the yard, have commented about how happy they are with it,” Golding said.
Despite the tiny library’s popularity, Golding is faced with the prospect of losing it.
‘Incarceration is the chance to shine’ Shocking spread of radical Islam in French prisons
Less dangerous convicts are manipulated and “brainwashed” by radicalised inmates, who see their time in prison as an opportunity to spread their wings and create a new terror cell.
“Prisons here are a breeding ground for radical Islam bigwigs. Being incarcerated here is their chance to shine and gain followers.”
Desperate Venezuelans turn to ritual slaughter to save sick relatives as failing economy leaves hospitals with empty shelves and no medicine
Jaime Otrupo chanted a solemn prayer then wrenched a chicken’s head from its body, allowing the blood to pump into a ceremonial clay pot as an offering to the gods.
At his feet were the sacrificed corpses of a dove and a chick, both of which were beheaded with a kitchen-knife while his wife and young daughter looked on.
Cal State LA offers segregated housing for black students
The arrangement comes roughly nine months after the university’s Black Student Union issued a set of demands in response to what its members contend are frequent “racist attacks” on campus, such as “racially insensitive remarks” and “microaggressions” by professors and students. One demand was for a “CSLA housing space delegated for Black students.”
In addition to the Black Student Union’s housing demand, the group also demanded a $30 million dollar scholarship endowment to aid black students, three new black faculty counselors, a new anti-discrimination policy and cultural competency course for faculty and students, and finally, a meeting with the president for them to discuss the “fulfillment and implementation of each demand.”
Facebook’s Co-Founder Drops $20M To Stop Trump From Winning Election
In a blog post titled, “Compelled to Act,”published on Thursday, Moskovitz announced that he and his wife, Cari Tuna, would donate to several Democratic organizations, including the Hillary Victory Fund and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, citing the unprecedented nature of this year’s presidential election.
“If Donald Trump wins, the country will fall backward, and become more isolated from the global community,” Moskovitz wrote.
Moskovitz, who says he has not donated to, nor endorsed a candidate in a presidential election before, summed up his reasons for doing it now:
“We hope these efforts make it a little more likely that Secretary Clinton is able to pursue the agenda she’s outlined, and serve as a signal to the Republican Party that by running this kind of campaign — one built on fear and hostility — and supporting this kind of candidate, they compel people to act in response. We are not the only ones being activated so strongly during this election.”
“FBI: Islamic State Jihadis Targeting Theaters, Churches, Sports Arenas
In a joint bulletin sent out to law enforcement agencies across the country on August 31, the two government agencies said that “analysis indicates that homegrown violent extremists, and ISIS inspired terrorists, appear to have shifted their focus to target attacks on civilian venues,” adding, “These sorts of venues include places like restaurants, theaters, churches, and sports arenas, with less focus on law enforcement, military and government facilities,” notes the news agency.