WEB Notes: Why would we expect anything different? Cutting the corporate tax is a good thing, but not if CEOs are going to pad their pockets and send more of our jobs offshore. If there was no provision for this in the tax cut, then it was worthless to us and simply benefits Wall Street. But then again, what did you really expect?
WEB Notes: Some sources are claiming the target was an Iranian military base. Regardless, Israel has no right to violate Syria’s sovereignty, but ask anyone if they care… Can you believe in just a few short years we have moved from it is a no-no to violate a nations sovereignty to simply violating it whenever a nation desires with zero backlash. Simply amazing and this will only help to move the beast forward.
WEB Notes: Of course it is a true statement, but it is simply good cop, bad cop rhetoric just as we have seen in Syria.
Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, pleaded guilty Friday to lying to the FBI about his postelection contacts with Russia’s ambassador to the United States — and is now cooperating with a probe into links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
WEB Notes: These are frivolous lawsuits at this point. It is a Christian by name business and a homosexual group wanted them to print Gay “Pride” shirts. We all know why they made the request to a Christian organization, so they can try to sue. If they win, then maybe Christians need to ban together and order “Homosexuality Is a Sin” Shirts from homosexual companies. Two can play the same game, just how stupid do we want to get here?
A new controversial study confirms aluminum in vaccines may cause Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and those children who suffer from it to have up 10 times more metal in their brains than what is considered a safe amount for adults. But is anyone surprised that metals cause deficiency in one’s own body?
Way out in interstellar space, humanity’s most distant messenger wanders through the universe. NASA’s Voyager 1 launched way back in 1977, but it’s still in touch with Earth. To help keep it in contact, NASA scientists just fired up a set of thrusters that have been dormant for 37 long years.