WEB Notes: This has everything to do with the state of the global economy.
WEB Notes: On an on it goes. As we can all see it continues to get worse and only the rights of the Christian are at stake here. I would argue no bill is required at all. The Constitution grants us free speech and the freedom of religion. The Bible tells us homosexuality is a sin, so we cannot condone that sin and by marrying two homosexuals that would be an abomination to our Father. This would violate our freedom of religion and our free speech.
WEB Notes: They are bringing this topic back from the dead. There certainly will be no justice for the people that is certain.
Microsoft entered the final-final or pre-final-final episode of its Nokia saga. Its press release on Wednesday explained that it would “streamline” its smartphone hardware business. It would throw in the towel on smartphones for consumers and try to carve out a niche in corporate smartphones. It would be accompanied by more bloodletting.
WEB Notes: Yet they preach safety and they want to take away your firearms and tell you what to feed your children and that you better give them vaccines.
WEB Notes: It is highly unlikely the U.S. will stop bailouts for the states. They just bailed out Puerto Rico and plan to restructure $70 billion worth of debit. When the U.S. stops the bailouts then it is time for the global system to come down. Not because they decided to suddenly do the right thing.
Orders for business equipment unexpectedly declined in April for a third straight month, indicating American manufacturers continue to pull back, Commerce Department data showed Thursday.
WEB Notes: “Let me also say clearly that we have not promised, nor do we have any plans, to give Iran access to the U.S. financial system,” Adam Szubin acting under secretary of the Treasury Department.
Iran is not allowed to participate in the global financial system. Not until the proper leadership has been established in Iran, one that will bend to the will of the globalists.