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avery-williamsonNFL Threatens To Fine Titans Linebacker Over 9/11 Tribute Cleats

But anti-cop pig socks during practice are totally fine, right?

Titans linebacker Avery Williamson planned on wearing a pair of patriotic custom cleats during his team’s home opener Sunday to honor those who were killed on 9/11. The left cleat says ” 9-11-01″ with the “11” representing the twin towers, and the right cleat says, “Never Forget.”

But he’s having second thoughts after a league representative threatened to fine him for “violating the league’s uniform code.”

obama do what i sayRecords Show Obama Hired Behavioral Experts to Expand Use of Govt. Programs

The Obama administration quietly hired 20 social and behavioral research experts to help expand the use of government programs at dozens of agencies by, among other things, simplifying federal forms, according to records obtained by Judicial Watch. The controversial group of experts is collectively known as the Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST) and it functions under the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP).

In 2015 Obama signed an executive order directing federal agencies to use behavioral science to sell their programs to the public, the records obtained by Judicial Watch reveal. By then the government had contracted “20 leading social and behavioral research experts” that at that point had already been involved in “more than 75 agency collaborations,” the records state. A memo sent from SBST chair Maya Shankar, a neuroscientist, to OSTP Director John Holdren offers agencies guidance and information about available government support for using behavioral insights to improve federal forms. Sent electronically, the memo is titled “Behavioral Science Insights and Federal Forms.”

h/t Marvin

black-lives-matter-cincinnatiBlack Lives Matter Blaming Police in Public Schools for School-to-Prison Pipeline

It’s obvious that the radical black activist group fails to see that one of the main problems in the school-to-prison pipeline is the parents. Many families have only one parent or a growing number of same-sex parents instead of the traditional father and mother parents. Even if homes have both a father and mother, there seems to be little parental control or interaction with their kids. Coupled with today’s corrupt and godless society, we shouldn’t be surprised that there is so much trouble with today’s youth. Liberal educators teach sex is okay and you don’t have to tell your parents, they teach your kids that they are nothing more than products of a godless evolutionary process and that those that survive are the strongest who dominate the weaker. The schools also teach that they have to be more concerned about themselves and not others. Basically, what the schools are now teaching your kids is diametrically opposite of the values and morals that made America great for over 200 years.

arctic-sunrise-greenpeace-halifaxGreenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise in Halifax after protest

Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise vessel is in Halifax after protesting seismic blasting with Inuit activists in the Canadian Arctic.

The ship will be tied up along the Halifax Waterfront next to Murphy’s the Cable Wharf until Tuesday before heading to the Netherlands for a refit.

The ship, which is the organization’s only icebreaker, was open this weekend for tours.

“We’re also hopeful our visit here will help bring attention to some of the local fights happening here in Nova Scotia and Halifax against fossil fuels,” said Alex Speers-Roesch, an Arctic campaigner with Greenpeace.

religious-freedomObama Agency: ‘Religious Freedom’ is Code for Intolerance, Christian Supremacy

The chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights said that “religious freedom” and “religious liberty” have become merely “code words” for intolerance, “Christian supremacy” and committing every form of identity-politics sin, and thus they must yield before anti-discrimination laws.

The remarks, released Thursday in a report on “Peaceful Coexistence: Reconciling Nondiscrimination Principles with Civil Liberties,” is the latest example of an increasingly hostile reception in liberal circles to one of the six specified rights at the core of the First Amendment — the “free exercise” of religion.

mutti-merkelGerman Federal police recommends: Women should wear sneakers so they can run away better from asylum seekers

More than two million Alone last year, immigrants from the third world came to Germany, almost all of them males. Since then the number of sexual assaults has exploded. Now the federal police disperses out tips to german women on how they can protect themselves from getting raped.

“When women feel anguished when they walk towards a group of men or they perceive a situation that emanates possible danger, they should trust their intuition in any case and they should avoid to get into those kinds of situations any deeper”, says Markus Koths, press spokesman for the Federal Police (BKA).

2016-tiff-snowden-press-conferenceSnowden’s story shows ‘the world is out of control,’ says Oliver Stone

The National Security Agency’s surveillance operations are “really a secret underworld” that the public could only guess at until Edward Snowden exposed them, according to veteran American director Oliver Stone.

“The government lies about it all the time. What they’re doing is illegal and they keep doing it… We’ll never know the whole story, we’re so many years behind already,” Stone said Saturday at a Toronto International Film Festival press conference the morning after his latest movie Snowden had its world premiere.

“The story not only deals with eavesdropping — mass eavesdropping — and not only drones, you have to remember it also deals with cyber warfare… That subject is haunting this world. As Ed Snowden said in an interview the other day, it’s out of control. The world is out of control.”

kim-jong-un-rocketN. Korea’s test of miniaturized warhead, submarine-launched ballistic missile, are game changers

North Korea has conducted its fifth nuclear test last night, marking the 68th anniversary of the nation’s founding. Military analysts say the test shows a worrisome improvement in North Korea’s nuclear capabilities: It was the most powerful nuclear test to date, with a 10-kiloton yield – slightly smaller than the yield of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, estimated to have been between twelve and eighteen kilotons. The warhead tested in the explosion was miniaturized, indicating that North Korea now has the capability to mount a nuclear warhead on a missile. Last night’s test, together with North Korea’s proven progress in launching ballistic missile from submarines, mean that the country is getting closer to possessing a nuclear arsenal capable of hitting the United States.

trump-standing-ovation-768x576Standing Ovation For Donald Trump at Phyllis Schlafly Funeral in St. Louis!

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was given a standing ovation today at the St. Louis Cathedral Basilica funeral for Phyllis Schlafly in St. Louis.

The congregation stood to its feet and applauded Donald Trump after his wonderful remarks at the Basilica.

Schlafly was a constitutional lawyer, conservative activist, author, speaker, columnist and founder of the Eagle Forum.

Phyllis was active promoting conservative agenda until her passing. She wrote a weekly column for over 50 years. Schlafly released a book in August, “The Conservative Case for Trump,” with co-authors Ed Martin and Brett Decker.

kiss-hiring-our-heroesKiss Had the Best Response We’ve Seen Yet to Colin Kaepernick’s BLM Protest

When I was a kid, I had friends whose parents wouldn’t let them listen to Kiss. Some of them claimed that the band was Satanic – the name supposedly stood for Knights in Satan’s Service, or something to that effect. Others thought the makeup and costumes too decadent for young eyes, not to mention the music. My parents, God love ’em, must have been too oblivious to know much about them.

Well, it turns out that the guys from Kiss aren’t so bad after all. In fact, they’re one of the most patriotic bands in the rock world. Witness a recent show in Worcester, Massachusetts, where the band led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance and played a blistering rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner.