Israel’s government, pressured by the Biden administration, expanded the number of work permits for residents of Gaza. It appears that some of the new “workers” gathered intel used by Hamas to plan its terror attack October 7.Continue Reading
The Atlanta Fed’s GDPnow measure, which tracks economic data in real time, shows a contraction in the second quarter of 2022 of 2.1%. Following the first quarter’s 1.6% drop, this meets the technical definition of a recession.Continue Reading
A deeper dive into the writings of “Putin’s Rasputin,” Aleksandr Dugin, reveals that his Neo-Eurasian worldview is influenced by chaos magick, which grew out of the teachings of 20th century occultist Aleister Crowley.Continue Reading
Associates for Biblical Research announced a major find Thursday from the site of Joshua’s altar on Mount Ebal—the oldest reference to the divine name, YHW, in a proto-alphabetic script.Continue Reading
The Washington Post reported Sunday that the Taliban offered to allow the US military to secure Kabul after the Afghan government collapsed. American officials declined, allowing the Taliban to take over the city and retaining control only over the airport.Continue Reading
President Biden said earlier this week that rising prices due to inflation are necessary and temporary. With the government’s massive surge in debt spending, “temporary” must mean something other than the common usage.Continue Reading
A former police officer in El Salvador has been charged with killing four people, but the graves near his home may yield as many as 40 bodies. And there are questions about nine others who have been charged in connection with the slayings.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s twelve-year run as prime minister of Israel has come to an end as the new coalition government led by Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid was sworn in Sunday after a narrow 60-59 vote in the Knesset.