Netanyahu: Jerusalem won’t be divided again

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a Likud party meeting at the Knesset in Jerusalem on May 18, 2015 (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a Likud party meeting at the Knesset in Jerusalem on May 18, 2015 (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

PM says capital won’t go back to being a border town, asserts right to build responsibly; Herzog says his policies are splitting the city

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Pew Poll: 71% of Americans Are ‘Dissatisfied’ With Direction of the Country; Less Than Half Think 2015 Will Be a Better Year

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(Photo: Reuters/Larry Downing) U.S. President Barack Obama pauses while talking about the Affordable Care Act in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington, November 14, 2013. Obama bowed to political pressure from his fellow Democrats on Thursday and announced a plan to let insurers renew for one year the health plans for Americans whose policies would be otherwise canceled due to Obamacare.

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Barack Obama: A Divider, Not a Uniter

Beth Reinhard
National Journal
Oct. 3, 2013

Mr. President,

We thought you were different, but you turned out to be like all the others. You promised hope and change, but we trust government even less than before. You offered a new brand of post-partisan governing, but the red states and blue states are farther apart than ever.

Washington was a mess when you arrived in January of 2009, but by breaking your promises and, frankly, our hearts, you made it worse.

You vowed to ban lobbyists from the White House only to sneak them in through loopholes.

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Egypt’s Coptic Christians say they are ‘no longer safe’

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Egyptian Muslim women hold a cross in support of Christians during a memorial march in Cairo for Christians who were killed during deadly clashes with Muslims in April.


CAIRO – Thousands of Egypt’s Coptic Christians are fleeing to Europe, the United States and elsewhere rather than face mounting discrimination at home.

Copts, Egypt’s ancient Christian community, are the country’s largest minority, making up nearly 10 percent of its 85 million people.

But clashes between Christians and Muslims have become more frequent since the ouster of longtime authoritarian ruler Hosni Mubarak in the 2011 uprising – some say due to a breakdown of government security. Many Copts feel Egypt’s Islamist-led government is not doing enough to protect them from religious hate crimes and inflammatory rhetoric – so many are leaving.

“My sister in California wanted a better life for her and her two daughters,” explained Marianne Aziz, a 25-year-old pharmacist. “There was a big fight between us and our Muslim neighbors over our parking place … . They cut my brother-in-law’s face with a knife.”

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This Memorial Day, I pledge to defend the freedoms our ancestors fought for

…even in the face of escalating tyranny

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Commentary By Gordon King

Happy Memorial Day everyone!  This is a day we all need to remember and cherish.  We need to honor the veterans who gave their lives defending this once great country of ours.  May the Lord be with them all.  I also give thanks and honor not only to the veterans who gave their lives for this country, but also for all of the veterans who have ever served in the United States military.  They also put their lives on the line.  Thank you all for your service to this country!  God Bless you and may you live in peace.


Mike Adams
Natural News
May 27, 2013


The story of America is the story of a rag-tag band of passionate individuals demanding freedom from oppression, intimidation and tyranny. They didn’t merely demand it with public protests; they demanded it with force… on the streets of Lexington and Concord, the beaches of Normandy and everywhere that the men and women of America have fought to defend the ideals that made America the greatest nation in the world.

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