On August 1 2017, workers at Three Square Market, a Wisconsin-based company specializing in vending machines, lined up in the office cafeteria to be implanted with microchips. One after the other, they held out a hand to a local tattoo artist who pushed a rice-grain sized implant into the flesh between the thumb and forefinger. The 41 employees who opted into the procedure received complimentary t-shirts that read “I Got Chipped”. See Full Story HereContinue reading “Rise of the Microchips: Are you Ready?”
US President Donald Trump, who gifted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights just two weeks before the elections, congratulated Netanyahu on his election victory on Wednesday and said it is good for peace.Continue reading “Trump Congratulates Bibi, Peace Plan Coming Soon”
The Syrian air defense system is dealing with hostile targets over Damascus, the official Syrian news agency SANA reported. Explosions were also reported in the skies of the Syrian capital.
Syrian air defense units fired on enemy targets above Damascus and destroyed several, state news agency SANA said late on Friday.
It was not immediately clear if the targets were missiles or planes. Sources in the Syrian opposition reported that the Israeli Air Force attacked the bases of Iranian militias and Assad’s regime forces southwest of Damascus.
Editors Note: Ladies and Gentlemen, this recent occurrence should remind us of the biblical account whenYahweh sent a plague of locusts to Egypt during Pharoah’s reign because he would not let His people Israel go. Let’s read:Continue reading “Mecca’s Mosque Plagued By Swarms Of Locusts”
Government shutdown threatens to have bigger impact on economy
The government shutdown, one of the longest ever, could have a bigger impact on the economy if it continues much longer and starts to hit business or consumer confidence, economists said.