Unbelievable! Gaza Power Plant Miraculously Repaired

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14 Sep 2014
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14 September ’14

The Guardian reported on July 29:

Flames and clouds of black smoke billowed over Gaza’s only power plant on after it was destroyed during the most relentless and widespread Israeli bombardment of the current conflict.

The power plant is finished,” said its director, Mohammed al-Sharif, signalling a new crisis for Gaza’s 1.8 million people, who were already enduring power cuts of more than 20 hours a day.

Amnesty International said the crippling of the power station amounted to “collective punishment of Palestinians”. The strike on the plant will worsen already severe problems with Gaza’s water supply, sewage treatment and power supplies to medical facilities.

We need at least one year to repair the power plant, the turbines, the fuel tanks and the control room,” said…

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Uniformed DPS Trooper Asked to Leave Waffle House Because He Was Armed

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by Bob Price 13 Sep 2014

HOUSTON, Texas — A uniformed Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Trooper was asked to leave a Waffle House restaurant in Grapevine this week because he was armed. The trooper was wearing a Texas DPS helicopter pilot “field uniform” that consists of a DPS polo shirt, tan slacks and his badge and gun were on his belt. Trooper was asked to leave and not to return because he was wearing a gun.

Breitbart Texas spoke with Trooper Evans via Facebook Messenger. He said he could not comment directly to the media about the matter. From postings on his Facebook page, Breitbart Texas learned the trooper was on his way to work and was standing at the cash register when the manager of the Waffle House began yelling at him from the doorway of the kitchen telling him that he had to leave and he…

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Democrats out to repeal First Amendment

Wake up America, this abortion is buried in a campaign finance reform bill…”The Senate began a 15 minute roll call vote on the motion to invoke cloture on S.J.Res.19, Constitutional amendment relating to campaign finance reform;” this MUST be squashed and NOW!!! http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/z?d113:S.J.Res.19:

With House Republicans focused on legislation to boost job creation, the Senate is spending its time on an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would repeal the First Amendment with respect to political speech. Democratic Whip Dick Durbin said before the debate even officially began: “I expect a fully partisan vote.” So what exactly are all the Senate Democrats for and Republicans against?

Section 1 of the proposed amendment (S. J. Res. 19) says: “Congress and the States may regulate and set reasonable limits on the raising and spending of money by candidates and others to influence elections.”

The key words here are “and others,” meaning anybody Congress chooses to regulate and “to influence elections,” meaning not just express advocacy that calls on voters to support or oppose a candidate, but any communication politicians think might influence an election.

It gives Congress — and the states — the power to restrict paid communications (political speech) about any significant public policy issue with respect to incumbent politicians. Vast swaths of core political speech — much of it wholly unrelated to elections — would be restricted. Politicians would advance controversial policies knowing that any criticism of them could be prohibited.

In 1976, the Supreme Court in Buckley v. Valeo found there was no compelling governmental interest that would justify regulating speech that mentions candidates without calling for their election or defeat.

The Judiciary Committee report accompanying the new proposed constitutional amendment is clear on the purpose of Section 1: “It expressly overturns Buckley v. Valeo.”

Got that? No more First Amendment protections for any political speech that Congress or your state legislature decides might “influence elections” — regardless of its specific content. Any criticism of an elected official’s record or communication about an upcoming vote could be restricted.

Section 2 of the proposed amendment says: “Congress and the States shall have power to implement and enforce this article by appropriate legislation, and may distinguish between natural persons and corporations or other artificial entities created by law, including by prohibiting such entities from spending money to influence elections.”

This is an open-ended grant of power to outright prohibit speech not just by corporations, but other “entities created by law,” including non-profit groups. The movie “Hillary” that was at the heart of the Citizens United case could be banned under this amendment, and if Congress — and the states — can ban movies they can surely also ban books, pamphlets, videos and any other vehicle for political speech paid for by a group.

READ MORE: http://www.newssun.com/opinion/article_7ae75d4f-576c-5b07-88fe-ea37a9cae319.html

The U.S. government is buying 160,000 Ebola hazmat suits in anticipation of an outbreak sweeping across U.S. cities.

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Democrats out to repeal First Amendment

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Wake up America, this abortion is buried in a campaign finance reform bill…”The Senate began a 15 minute roll call vote on the motion to invoke cloture onS.J.Res.19, Constitutional amendment relating to campaign finance reform;” this MUST be squashed and NOW!!! http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/z?d113:S.J.Res.19:

With House Republicans focused on legislation to boost job creation, the Senate is spending its time on an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would repeal the First Amendment with respect to political speech. Democratic Whip Dick Durbin said before the debate even officially began: “I expect a fully partisan vote.” So what exactly are all the Senate Democrats for and Republicans against?

Section 1 of the proposed amendment (S. J. Res. 19) says: “Congress and the States may regulate and set reasonable limits on the raising and spending of money by candidates and others to influence elections.”

The key words here are “and others,” meaning…

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Social Media and Countering Terrorism

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Since the end of the Cold War, U.S. military interventions in the Gulf War, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq have left most observers without doubt that the U.S. and her allies would triumph against any plausible adversary in the event of a full-scale, conventional war. Whilst there are certainly no misgivings to the incredible military power of the United States, the contemporary characteristics of our mutual enemies and the types of warfare in which we are engaging are anything but conventional.

Objectively, the ousting of the Taliban government and the toppling of Saddam’s regime were never going to be a match for the superior military power of the U.S. One of the most challenging aspects of these conflicts in the years proceeding, however, has been the balancing of coercive diplomacy and this unquestionable firepower with the soft policies that are essential to the success of counterinsurgency warfare. Too much…

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Egypt says global action needed to counter Islamic State

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Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria are forging ties with other extremist groups in the region, Egypt’s foreign minister said on Saturday, backing Washington’s call for global action to counter the threat.Militant groups that share Islamic State’s ideology and “take Islam as a cover” must be dealt with, Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri told a joint news conference with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in the Egyptian capital.Egypt’s strong public support for the U.S. campaign against Islamic State contrasts with a mixed response elsewhere in the region and demonstrates how far Cairo has come in restoring its place as a premier U.S. partner in the Arab world since its authoritarian crackdown and military takeover last year.”We will take all measures that are intended to eliminate this phenomenon altogether, whether in Libya or any other part of the Arab world or in the African continent in particular,” Shukri said.Egypt’s call…

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