German police in the state of Hesse arrested a teenager in September for plotting an Islamic terror attack on a gay club and church in the city of Frankfurt.
— Read on m.jpost.com/International/Turkish-teenager-who-plotted-to-blow-up-gay-club-in-Frankfurt-arrested-567201
About 13 percent of American adults are former Catholics – representing more departures than any other religion has experienced in the U.S., a survey says.
— Read on www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6136581/Modern-exodus-Catholicism-lost-faithful-religion-U-S.html
America’s founding document might be too politically incorrect for Facebook, which flagged and removed a post consisting almost entirely of text from the Declaration of Independence. The excerpt, posted by a small community newspaper in Texas, apparently violated the social media site’s policies against hate speech.
— Read on reason.com/blog/2018/07/03/facebook-algorithm-flags-removes-declara
Elizabeth Warren praises communist China ‘long-term whole-of-government’ strategy – The American MirrorThe American Mirror
— Read on www.theamericanmirror.com/elizabeth-warren-praises-red-china-whole-of-government-strategy-against-nkorea/
France is gearing up to release 40 radicalized prisoners in the coming months, a move which the country’s lead counter-terrorism prosecutor says is a “major risk,” as they could have become more radicalized behind bars.
— Read on www.rt.com/news/428162-france-radicalized-inmates-released/
“Well, this is what we can do and it’s a win-win: to have a fee on carbon. So if you are raising livestock and producing a lot of carbon dioxide with your farm equipment and the exhaust from the animals, then you would pay a fee on that and it would be reflected in the price of meat, reflected in the price of fish, reflected in the price of peanuts,” Bill Nye said in a recent interview with the Daily Beast.
More proof that the movie “Idiocracy” was actually a documentary.
A man was mauled to death by a wounded bear this week when he foolishly tried to take a photograph alongside the apex predator — the third wild animal-related selfie fatality in this region of India in less than a year, according to reports.
The victim, identified by local media as Prabhu Bhatara, was driving a group of people home from a wedding in an SUV when he stopped to relieve himself in a forest area in the eastern Indian state of Odisha on Wednesday evening, the Hindustan Times reported.
Bhatara then spotted an injured bear and for some reason, decided to take a selfie with the creature, according to the report. When the man approached, the bear’s fight instinct immediately kicked in.
“Bhatara died on the spot,” forest ranger Dhanurjaya Mohapatra told the news outlet.