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19 Children Killed at School--UPDATE


New footage reveals Uvalde cops KNEW kids were alive in room with gunman

NEW Video originally shared on Facebook Live shows the chaotic scene outside Robb Elementary school last week as Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents spoke to an injured child during the massacre. 'Are you injured?' the agent asked. The child answered: 'I got shot!'. ' Similarly, a 911 call has confirmed officers knew children were alive after Ramos fired more than 100 shots into the classroom, contradicting the local police chief's claims that they thought the scene was no longer active. 'Room 12, are we able to .. is anybody inside of the building ...' the dispatcher asked. '2-1, child is advising he is in the room. Full of victims. Full of victims at this moment.' The newly released footage appears to contradict claims that Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman Steven McCraw made during a news briefing on Friday. He repeatedly alleged police waited to enter the building because the incident commander had considered Ramos 'a barricaded subject, and that there was time, and there were no more children at risk.'

Tucker Carlson accuses Texas cops of 'BS' lies because school shooter wasn't taken down for more than an HOUR after opening fire - and says the way police handled the bloodbath is a 'moral crime' 


Bob Barney: As long as we consider banks, malls, courthouses and everywhere politicians are like the capital and forget protecting our children from gunman, drug dealers, drag queens, queers pedophiles and politicians, then our children will continue to die. Gun Laws are not the answer! PROTECTION with ARMED GUARDS are the answers. Liberalism KILLS!


Texas school shooting: Hero girl shot dead 'as she tried to call 911'

Amerie Jo Garza, a fourth grader at Robb Elementary in the city Uvalde, Texas (centre), was among 19 children under the age of 11 killed in the latest school mass shooting to hit America on Tuesday. Berlinda Irene Arreola, her grandmother, said the 10-year-old was shot dead while trying to call 911 after 18-year-old ‘loner’ Salvador Ramos walked into her classroom armed with a handgun and rifle, told students 'you're going to die', and opened fire. Also killed in the attack were Makenna Lee Elrod, 10 (top left), Uziyah Garcia, nine (bottom left), Xavier Lopez, 10 (second bottom left), Ellie (second top right) and Eliahana Torres, 10 (top right). Two teachers - Eva Mireles, 44 (second bottom right), and Irma Garcia, a mother-of-four (bottom right) - were also killed before a Border Patrol agent shot and killed Ramos. A number of people were also wounded, though the exact figure was not clear as of Tuesday night. Ramos’s grandmother – shot at the start of his rampage amid an argument about his failure to graduate – was alternately reported as in critical condition or dead of her wounds. Parents were desperately appealing on social media for news of their missing children. Police warned the death toll is expected to rise. 

Pentecost and the Torah ( Law )


Today May 
29 is Pentecost or The Feast of Firstfruits. Feast of Weeks. There are many beautiful applications to this Feast. It symbolizes God’s first harvest of those called in this age, as a ‘kind of firstfruits.’ Christ is called the first of the firstfruits.

It represents a seven-week harvest period, the early harvest, and so is sometimes also referred to as the Feast of Weeks.

But the Holy Day we call Pentecost also has a deep significance to the law of God, both in the Old Testament and in the New.


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The Plain Truth about Memorial Day


Boy in Marine uniform lies next to his father's grave at Arlington National Cemetery

Christian Jacobs' (top right) celebrated his father, Sgt Christopher James Jacobs (bottom left), who died in 2011 when Christian was just eight-months-old at Arlington National Cemetery this Memorial Day.

Memorial Day History

Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. It's difficult to prove the origins of this day as over two dozen towns and cities lay claim to be the birthplace. In May 1966, President Lyndon Johnson stepped in and officially declared Waterloo N.Y. the birthplace of Memorial Day.

Regardless of the location of origins or the exact date, one thing is crystal clear – Memorial Day was borne out of the Civil War (which ended in 1865) and a desire to honor our dead. On the 5th of May in 1868, General John Logan who was the national commander of the Grand Army of the republic, officially proclaimed it in his General Order No. 11.

Part of the history of Memorial Day will show that in the Order, the General proclaimed, “The 30th of May, 1868, is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers, or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion, and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village and hamlet churchyard in the land.” Because the day wasn't the anniversary of any particular battle, the General called it, The date of Decoration Day.

On the first Decoration Day, 5,000 participants decorated the graves of 20,000 Union and Confederate soldiers buried at Arlington Cemetery while General James Garfield made a historic speech.

New York was the first state to officially recognize the holiday in 1873. It was recognized by all northern states by 1890. Differently, the South refused to acknowledge the day and honored their dead on separate days. This went on until after World War I when the holiday changed from honoring just those who died fighting in the Civil War to honoring Americans who died fighting in any war.

Honor. Remember. Never forget.

Each year on Memorial Day Americans pause to remember the fallen and honor their sacrifice. pauses to remember the sacrifice of members of the Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy

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Memorial Day History

First established as Decoration Day after the Civil War, the holiday was set aside for families and friends to visit and decorate the graves of troops lost in the conflict.

As time went on, the observance instead became known as "Memorial Day," until 1971, when Congress declared it an official holiday set to fall annually on the last Monday in May. Read more about the history of Memorial Day.

Memorial Day vs. Veterans Day

Service members, veterans and their families know there is a big difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day. While Veterans Day, Nov. 11, is a day set aside to celebrate all veterans, Memorial Day is a somber holiday dedicated to honor military fallen, with a special focus on those killed during military service or through enemy contact.

Both holidays often include parades, ceremonies and celebrations. But although Memorial Day also traditionally marks the beginning of summer with picnics and parties, many in the military community believe that at least a portion of it should be spent to mourn and honor the fallen.

With the Congressional passage of the National Holiday Act of 1971 (P.L. 90 – 363), it is now observed on the last Monday in May by almost every state.

This helped ensure a three day weekend (Memorial Day Weekend) for Federal holidays. In addition, several southern states have an additional separate day for honoring the Confederate war dead: January 19th in Texas; April 26th in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi; May 10th in South Carolina; and June 3rd (Jefferson Davis’ birthday) in Louisiana and Tennessee .

History of Memorial Day: Red Poppies

In 1915, inspired by the poem “In Flanders Fields,” Moina Michael replied with her own poem:

We cherish too, the Poppy red That grows on fields where valor led, It seems to signal to the skies That blood of heroes never dies.

She then conceived of an idea to wear red poppies on Memorial day in honor of those who died serving the nation during war. She was the first to wear one, and sold poppies to her friends and co-workers with the money going to benefit servicemen in need. See more on the significance of the Red Poppy.

Later a Madam Guerin from France was visiting the United States and learned of this new custom started by Ms. Michael. When she returned to France she made artificial red poppies to raise money for war orphaned children and widowed women. This tradition spread to other countries. In 1921, the Franco-American Children’s League sold poppies nationally to benefit war orphans of France and Belgium. The League disbanded a year later and Madam Guerin approached the VFW for help.

Shortly before Memorial Day in 1922 the VFW became the first veterans’ organization to nationally sell poppies. Two years later their “Buddy” Poppy program was selling artificial poppies made by disabled veterans. In 1948 the US Post Office honored Ms. Michael for her role in founding the National Poppy movement by issuing a red 3 cent postage stamp with her likeness on it.

National Moment of Remembrance

Memorial day history couldn't be complete without the birth of the the “National Moment of Remembrance”, which was a resolution passed on Dec 2000 which asks that at 3 p.m. local time, for all Americans “To voluntarily and informally observe in their own way a Moment of remembrance and respect, pausing from whatever they are doing for a moment of silence or listening to ‘Taps.”

Latin Voters Leaving Democrats in droves

When Biden, Dems chose socialism and wokeism over American Dream they lost Latinos: GLORIA

ROMERO: This Cinco de Mayo, I anticipate that it will be Democratic Party operatives experiencing a hangover after the celebrations are over. What is needed is for the Party to examine its own stereotypes of Latinos as second-class Democrats who would remain submissive to the Party elders. Not so. And all the branding of Republicans as 'racist' has not built back our lives better. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the anniversary of Mexico's victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, in which a smaller, poorly equipped Mexican force defeated the larger and better-armed French army. The victory represented a significant morale boost to the Mexican people in kicking out a would-be oppressor and helped establish a sense of national unity and patriotism. It has long been acknowledged as the 'ganas' - the will - to courageously stand up to the power of a Goliath without fear. Undoubtedly, Latinos are waking up to wokeism and understand that the political coyotes in the form of Democratic Party elites have abandoned what the Democratic Party once proudly stood for.


May 22-28, 2022

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'I'm about to...' Chilling message Texas school shooter sent to LA girl he didn't know on


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Sanhedrin rabbis gathered in Jerusalem’s Old City . The Sanhedrin, a religious assembly that convened in one of the Holy Temple chambers in Jerusalem, comprised 71 sages and existed during the Tannaitic period, from several decades before the Common Era until roughly 425 C.E. (credit: Flash90)

On Sunday, the World Health Assembly (WHA) will be voting on amendments proposed by the Biden administration scheduled as “Provisional agenda item 16.2”. If passed, the amendments will grant the World Health Organization’s Director-General the power to unilaterally declare health emergencies and decision-making authority over these emergencies, implementing quarantines, lockdowns, mandating vaccines, and passports. 

Many politicians have spoken out against these amendments and last week, the nascent Sanhedrin issued a ruling that if the Israeli government agrees to the agenda item, it will be “null and void from the outset.”

On Sunday, members of the nascent Sanhedrin released statements explaining their opposition to the WHO.

Rabbi Hillel Weiss, the former spokesman of the nascent Sanhedrin, emphasized that the WHO is not the correct body to run an international organization.

“The place for the nations to gather for such issues is in Jerusalem, not in Geneva, and the body to facilitate this is the Sanhedrin,” Rabbi Weiss said. He noted that in 2018, the United Nations Human Rights Council declared that abortions and euthanasia are universal human rights. “As the representative of the 70 nations, the United Nations has an obligation to uphold the Seven Noahide Laws. Abortion and euthanasia violate the prohibition against spilling blood. By allowing, actually mandating murder, the WHO has relinquished its right to represent the nations.”


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Tucker canceled the GOP – so should you

In his June 20, 2020, J'accuse, Tucker Carlson, for all practical purposes, canceled the Republican Party.

Speaking of Riot Summer, Tucker inveighed, in effect: Property was looted, people were beaten and killed, and Republicans joined the side doing the looting, beating and killing. The president of the Heritage Foundation and think tanks on the right betrayed law enforcement and ordinary Americans, calling them racists, ignoring the damage done to their property and person.

Jack Kerwick has been anatomizing just such failures and betrayals dished out by the ConOink establishment for over a decade, writing in January of 2021, of virus-related tyranny, that "the country bequeathed to us by the generation that, in the midst of a smallpox epidemic, fought and defeated the most powerful empire in the world in order to be a self-governing union of sovereign states – subjected itself to a nationwide internment. The United State of America became the Interned States of America as the Constitution of the Old Republic was indefinitely revoked, the economy crushed, and 'the little platoons' – as Burke referred to those buffers between the individual and the State, those forms of community constitutive of civil society and in the absence of which human flourishing would be impossible – were radically undermined. … And all of this occurred in a country with a Republican president, a Republican-controlled Senate, a Supreme Court dominated by Republican appointees, and a majority of whose state legislatures and governors are Republican." [Emphasis added.]


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USA: The socialism-to-communism stage is coming quickly

"Society cannot leap into communism from capitalism without going through a socialist stage of development."

This predictive comment was spoken by Nikita Khrushchev, dictatorial leader of the Soviet Union. It was published by Time magazine in 1959 (Feb. 9, "Russia: Victor's War").

In '59 America's leftists were fawning over an anticipated visit to the United States by Khrushchev.

Once here, his propaganda tour included a speech to the National Press Club in Washington, on Sept. 16, where wanted to clear the air on a previous statement that received much attention in the states: "We will bury capitalism."

"I have already said that the words 'We will bury capitalism' should not be taken literally, as is done by ordinary gravediggers who carry a spade and dig graves and bury the dead," he explained. "What I had in mind was the outlook for the development of human society. Socialism will inevitably succeed capitalism."

Progressives reeled with delight.

Khrushchev ruled the Communist Soviet Union, which included Russia and most of Eastern Europe, from 1953 to 1964. He did so with an iron fist. Political dissidents and all who practiced religion were brutally persecuted.


Rand Paul: America Has to 'Borrow from China' to Send $40 Billion to Ukraine

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'I think it's important to know that we don't have any money to send,' Paul said

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said that the United States has to borrow money from communist China to send Ukraine $40 billion in aid.

So not only is the Biden administration sending money to a foreign country in the midst of skyrocketing inflation and looming food shortages, but they are also getting themselves into debt with a growing superpower.

As the Senate remains poised to pass legislation that would send $40 billion in military and economic aid to Ukraine, Paul has contended the package needs an inspector general to ensure that the billions of dollars are spent wisely.

Paul states that America would need to continue borrowing from China to appropriate the proposed Ukraine aid package.


The New Virus to be on the lookout - Monkey Pox

Dr Amesh Adalja, from John Hopkins University, said patients were infectious for as long as they had symptoms including skin lesions. Virus can be passed on by touch or via the air.

Many cases have been detected in gay and bisexual men, with scientists saying it is possible the virus was passed on sexually.

In Spain — which has detected 30 cases, the most out of any nation — infections are being linked to a single un-named 'sauna' and are among young gay and bisexual men. In the country, sauna is slang for a place where men who have sex with other men meet for sex, rather than a bathhouse. 

What is monkeypox?

Monkeypox is a rare viral infection which people usually pick up in the tropical areas of west and central Africa.

It is usually spread through direct contact with animals such as squirrels, which are known to harbour the virus.

However, it can also be transmitted through very close contact with an infected person.

Monkeypox was first discovered when an outbreak of a pox-like disease occurred in monkeys kept for research in 1958.

The first human case was recorded in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the infection has been reported in a number of central and western African countries since then.

Only a handful of cases have been reported outside of Africa until now and they were confined to people with travel links to the continent.

How deadly is it?

Monkeypox is usually mild, with most patients recovering within a few weeks without treatment. Yet, the disease can prove fatal.

However it can kill up to 10 per cent of people it infects.

The milder strain causing the current outbreak kills one in 100 — similar to when Covid first hit.

Pictured above are the monkeypox symptoms that infected people suffer up to 21 days after being infected
Pictured above are the monkeypox symptoms that infected people suffer up to 21 days after being infected

Finland Prepares for War

Inspired by past heroics against Red Army , Finns are buying rifles and plan to teach

White Death was the haunting and inspiring alias of Simo Hayha, one of the most prolific marksmen in military history. Finns are now finding inspiration in the slayer of the Red Army. Shrouded in the white, hooded snowsuit that gave him his sinister soubriquet, this ace Finnish sniper, who had honed his craft by hunting animals in the woods where he was raised, would crouch in crevices, or holes he dug in the thick snow. That he was just 5 ft 2 in tall made it easier for him to hide.

Putin ALA Hitler in Bunker

Professor MARK GALEOTTI examines the madness and paranoia inside Vladimir Putin's isolated

Professor Mark Galeotti lived on Kutuzovsky Prospekt, one of the wide, radial roads that leads into central Moscow — and the favoured route of President Vladimir Putin’s (middle) motorcade to the Kremlin. The Russian leader has always been security conscious, but today, on the losing side of his 'special military operation' in Ukraine (left) he is more paranoid than ever. Galeotti tells Daily Mail it is impossible not to be reminded of Adolf Hitler’s (bottom right) last days, when a war he started was also going against him. The Russian president's enemies are not at the gates of Moscow as Hitler’s were in Berlin, but there are parallels in both leaders’ refusal to listen to counsel, and their insistence on micro-managing military manoeuvres despite not having the experience to do so. Putin’s defence minister Sergei Shoigu, 66, (top right) who is widely regarded as the great political survivor of Russian politics since the fall of the Soviet Union, is being seen less rarely with the president, leading to speculation that he is lined up to be the fall guy for military failures.

The Latest and Leanest by State

Mississippi is the fattest place in America, report shows

Telephone surveys of more than 400,000 people nationwide showed the Magnolia state had the highest rates of obesity followed by West Virginia and its neighbor Alabama. At the other end of the scale people in Colorado, Massachusetts and Hawaii were least likely to be obese - with less than a quarter of adults falling into the category. Experts blamed poor diets, less access to public spaces for exercise and little health insurance coverage in some areas for the obesity crisis - particularly in Mississippi.

Texas officials warn of rattlesnakes hiding in pool noodles: 'Try to avoid panicking!'

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Officials in Texas are warning residents about an animal that could be lurking in pool noodles: rattlesnakes.

A family hanging out at the pool stumbled upon the reptile when someone picked up a pool noodle and a large rattlesnake snake fell out, according to a Facebook post from the Salado Texas Volunteer Fire Department.

"They realized later that several baby snakes were still inside," the post said.

According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife, there are 10 species of rattlesnakes in Texas including the most common, the western diamondback.

The post said it is not unusual for snakes to seek cooler places as temperatures rise.

Alabaster for Herod the Great's lavish bathtubs traced to Israel quarry

Ayala Amir in Israel’s Te’omim Cave beside the wall of the quarry. Signs of quarrying-scars and cessation of quarrying are visible on the quarry’s walls and floor (Prof. Boaz Zissu, Bar-Ilan University)

(TIMES OF ISRAEL) -- Herod the Great was a builder known for his colossal projects and discriminating taste. And while he filled his palaces two thousand years ago with only the finest the ancient world could offer, he was also a pragmatic man, as shown in a new study published in the prestigious journal Scientific Reports.

In the past several decades, a pair of luxurious alabaster bathtubs were excavated from Herodian palaces in Israel — the Kypros fortress near Jericho and the palace of Herodium, south of Jerusalem. Weighing in at an estimated 1.5 metric tons each, the tubs were until now thought to have originated in Egypt, widely considered the finest source for calcite-alabaster in the ancient world.

However, research led by PhD student Ayala Amir for her master’s thesis shows that Herod had a quarry fit for a king within his own kingdom — at Israel’s Te’omim cave.

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May 15-21, 2022

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Today starts the 3rd Month in God's Year- The Month of Pentecost (May29)

By Bob Barney

New month

 I often mention that God's calendar is NOT like any other calendar on earth today.  It is not the Roman calendar that we follow, or the equally pagan Jewish calendar that many churches believe is the calendar of God.  To read more about God's Calendar click here .  There is a mistake that those who follow a Jewish calendar has made, and that refers to the word for new moon.  That is a mistranslation, as the proper rendering should be NEW MONTH, as I did in The Plain Truth's Red Letter Bible.

The Hebrew word 'chodesh', which is Strong's Exhaustive Concordance simply means "new" or to "rebuild." Chodesh does not mean "new moon". It means 'new' with an implication that a month is about to begin again.

Originally, when the earth had a perfect 360 day rotation around the sun, and the moon's journey around the earth was exactly 30 days (today it is 29.5 days), new moons where on the new months. The calendar was in balance. However, probably after the flood, the weight of water slowed the earth rotational spin (this is NOT mentioned in the Bible) to 365.25 days a year and the moon's rotation to the present one of 29.5 days.


The ancients noticed that the months were no longer 30 days and the years were not 360 days, but now over 365. A calendar needed to be made to reflect this. Egypt made the first perfect calendar, one Moses was very familiar with, which had 12 - 30 day months and then 5 days at the end of the year that did not count. This is also seen in Enoch's calendar (see illustration on left).God's calendar was like the Egyptian one except that year no longer started on the first day of summer, but on the first day of spring. Springtime is the birth of the new year in nature, as morning is the start of the day as well. The term for new moon became "new month" as the new moons and new months no longer matched up. This is not hard to conceive as the English word for month comes from moon! Yet our months have nothing to do with new moons! The same applies to God's calendar.

Happy NEW MONTH! Remember, Pentecost is 50 days after First Fruits.  It is NOT a fixed day (Ie: Sunday) but exactly the 50th day after First Fruits.

Study turns up surprising way 'green' cars pollute more than gasoline engines

Remember the complaints about the feasibility of electric vehicles, particularly in terms of limited range? Well, guess what, you climate-denier: You can't keep hiding behind that excuse!

See, now that automakers are fitting bigger batteries into cars, that'll dramatically increase how far you can go in-between charges. And with new, fast-charging stations being built with government money, you can easily get anywhere you want to go in a vehicle that doesn't emit anything from its tailpipe.

You just may be emitting particulate matter into the environment at a much higher rate than you would in a gas-powered car, according to a new study.

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