Trump to sign executive orders enabling construction of proposed border wall and targeting sanctuary cities

President Trump plans to sign executive orders Wednesday enabling construction of his proposed wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and targeting cities where local leaders refuse to hand over illegal immigrants for deportation, according to White House officials familiar with the decisions.
The actions, part of a multi-day focus on immigration, are among an array of sweeping and immediate changes to the nation’s immigration system under consideration by the new president. The moves represent Trump’s first effort to deliver on perhaps the signature issue that drove his presidential campaign: his belief that illegal immigration is out of control and threatening the country’s safety and security.


A major nemesis during the Iraq War is warning that if the U.S. moves its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, as President Trump has vowed, it will be regarded as a declaration of war against Islam.

Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who led a militia against U.S.-led coalition forces in Iraq, called for the “formation of a special division to liberate Jerusalem were the decision to be implemented.”


Strange Phenomenon of Sharks Massing on Israel’s Coast Could Be Fulfillment of Ezekiel 38

It is thought that the large group of sharks, called a frenzy, are attracted to the warm water output of the electric power plant in Hadera, but in a trend that experts do not fully understand, sharks are gathering in this spot in ever-increasing numbers each winter.
There many be another, simpler explanation: This could be the marine phenomenon described in Chapter 38 of Ezekiel that accompanies the war of Gog and Magog, ushering in Messiah.
Surely in that day there shall be a great shaking in the land of Yisrael; so that the fishes of the sea and the fowls of the heaven and the beasts of the field and all creeping things that creep upon the ground and all the men that are upon the face of the earth shall shake at My presence. Ezekiel 38:20


Archaeological Discovery: 10th Century BC Wall Evidence of King David's Battle in 2 Samuel 8:13

Archaeologists have excavated an ancient wall dating back to the 10th century B.C. in southern Israel’s Arava desert region, which some experts say alludes to the biblical story of King David capturing the land of Edom, as found in 2 Samuel 8:13. Breaking Israel News reports that a copper smelting site was also uncovered along with the wall at the Timna copper mines. The wall once stood at least 16.5 feet tall, researchers estimate, and ran for hundreds of meters.

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Jerusalem’s Old City enters hi-tech world with wi-fi

The Old City will soon join the ranks of the new, when free Wi-Fi is introduced in all four quarters.

The wireless network, which is presently in its pilot stage, was initiated by the Jerusalem Development Authority, the Jerusalem Municipality and the Heritage Ministry and cost NIS 2 million.

“Access to the Old City is a central element in our operations,” the JDA said in a joint statement on Monday, noting that heritage sites worldwide are increasingly integrating technology to create a more user-friendly experience.

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A Major Prophetic Sign Appeared the Moment Donald Trump Stepped to the Inauguration Platform

The inauguration of Donald Trump was being watched live by tens of millions of people all over the world, and it was at that precise moment that God gave all of us another little reminder that He is in control. It had not been raining prior to the time Trump stepped up to the inauguration platform, but when he did, the rain began to fall. Considering everything else that was going on at the time, it would have been really easy to miss that little detail, but fortunately, there was someone there who perfectly understood what was happening.
When Rev. Franklin Graham came to the platform later to deliver his portion of the benediction, it was perhaps the most electrifying moment of the entire event. Before reading the passage of Scripture he had chosen, this is what Graham told the crowd:

Is the New Star Really a Sign of a Messiah for Israel?

In 2022, approximately five years from now, a new star will appear in the night sky. Scientifically speaking, the appearance of this nova is the product of the collision of two other astral bodies. And for six months this new star will—to the naked eye—be the brightest in the heavens. Given that this is the first time that people will be able to witness a moment like this without technology, it’s a significant event in human history, but it may be much more than that. According to one rabbi, this new star is a sign of the coming of the Messiah.
Rabbi Yosef Berger, a rabbi of King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion, hasproposed that the star is a fulfillment of a Biblical prophecy from the book of Numbers, in which a star precedes the arrival of an important military leader: “a star shall come out of Jacob, and a scepter shall rise out of Israel; it shall crush the borderlands of Moab, and the territory of all the Sethites” (NRSV Num 24:17)

Russia: Obama Sold His Soul To The New World Order

Russia wasted no time in sending Obama off in style, with Prime Minister Medvedev taking radio interviews and publishing a brutal condemnation of the former US President on his official Facebook page just minutes after Trump was sworn in as the new President of the United States of America.
According to Medvedev, Obama is leaving office with the blood of tens of thousands of innocents on his hands. Obama’s “reckless” policies led to “the complete collapse of the political systems” and corruption of values in society.

Unusual Rat Virus Strikes 8 People in Illinois and Wisconsin

A virus rarely seen in the United States recently infected eight people in Wisconsin and Illinois who were working in facilities where pet rats are bred, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Authorities first became aware of the infections when two people in Wisconsin who operated a rat-breeding facility fell ill in December 2016, with one going to the hospital. Both breeders tested positive for Seoul virus, which is part of the Hantavirus family, a group of viruses that typically infect rodents, the CDC said.

Bill introduced to remove US from United Nations

A proposed House Resolution would set the stage for the United States to remove itself from the United Nations.
The proposed “American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2017” is sponsored by Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL). It was introduced in the House on Jan. 3 and referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, according to the Congress website.

Trump Team Begin Mulling US Embassy Move to Jerusalem

resident Donald Trump invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Washington next month, while rumors swirled in Israel that the White House would soon announce its move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
Just two days after taking office, Trump is taking action to improve U.S.-Israeli relations, starting with a phone call to Netanyahu on Sunday.

North Korean supervolcano could blow and cause WORLDWIDE devastation

The deadly Mount Paektu, which straddles the borders of North Korea and China, is responsible for one of the deadliest eruptions in human history, and scientists fear that it could blow again.
Nearby nuclear weapons testing from the Kim Jong-un regime could trigger an eruption as rumblings could upset lava beneath the surface, scientists have previously stated.
Now, new studies show that the eruption could eject far more sulphur into the atmosphere than previously thought, which could devastate life on Earth.

Foxconn's Possible US $7 Billion Display Plant - Yes Transport, Not Trump, Costs Matter Even Today

Terry Gou, CEO of Foxconn, has mentioned that he is thinking of investing in a display producing plant in the US. This has caused much excitement as the investment would be of the $7 billion sort of order. That's just the rough amount that such plants, ones at the leading technological edge, cost these days. Some are indicating that this is all a result of Donald Trump's election, his America first inauguration speech and so on but it's actually down to something very much more mundane than that. Where you produce something depends upon the economic costs of producing in that place. David Ricardo is still correct both on comparative advantage and also on the law of one price. Pretty good for someone who published in 1817.

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Trump gets to work and signs executive order to 'ease the burden of Obamacare'

President Donald Trump wasted no time getting to work on Friday night, heading straight to the Oval Office where he signed his first executive orders since arriving at the White House.

He christened the Resolute Desk by signing an order to confirm General James Mattis as Secretary of Defense and another order to 'ease the burden of Obamacare'.

He has already made changes to the Oval Office decor, swapping its formerly crimson drapes for gold curtains and putting back in its former place a bust of former British prime minister Winston Churchill.

Later, he attended three inaugural balls with the first lady before spending his first night at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Measles outbreak grows in L.A.'s Orthodox Jewish community despite California's strict new vaccination law

At least 15 of the 18 L.A. County patients either knew one another or had a clear social connection, said Dr. Jeffrey Gunzenhauser, interim health officer for the L.A. County Department of Public Health. None of the 18 could provide proof of vaccination, he said.
Gunzenhauser said the first person was diagnosed in early December, followed by 16 cases in the last three weeks of 2016, and then one more case last week.

Highly drug-resistant TB spreading person to person: study

A new study in the New England Journal of Medicineindicates that a form of tuberculosis that is resistant to at least four of the front-line antibiotics used to treat the bacterial disease is primarily spreading from person to person in South Africa.
The finding is significant, the authors of the study say, because it suggests that the long-held notion that extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) is acquired mainly as the result of inadequate treatment is only part of the story. It could help explain the dramatic rise of XDR-TB in South Africa, which has seen a 10-fold increase in cases since 2002.
And it's the type of evidence that's been needed, they say, to transform the approach to fighting spread of the disease.

‘You Are Fake News!’: Trump and CNN’s Jim Acosta Get Into Shouting Match at Presser

During President-elect Donald Trump’s press conference today, Trump took aim at “fake news” regarding the release of an unverified dossier by Buzzfeed, calling them a “failing piece of garbage.” Following that, he ended up getting into an argument with a CNN reporter, who he also called out during the presser over their report on a two-page synopsis they claim was presented to Trump.

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Europe freeze death toll rises to 65

The death toll from the cold snap hitting parts of Europe rose to at least 65 on Wednesday as Bulgarian authorities reported seven fatalities.
They included a couple in their 80s, the only inhabitants of a village in the mountainous region of Smolyan in southern Bulgaria, who were found dead in their home on Saturday.
Elsewhere in the country two Iraqi migrants died in a snowstorm, a couple both aged 55 were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning caused by faulty heating and a homeless man froze to death.

California storms add 350 billion gallons to parched reservoirs

The powerful storms that soaked Northern California over the past week did more than trigger power outages, mudslides and flash floods.
They sent roughly 350 billion gallons of water pouring into California’s biggest reservoirs — boosting their storage to levels not seen in years, forcing dam operators to release water to reduce flood risks and all but ending the five-year drought across much of Northern California, even though it remains in the south, experts said Monday.

2 ‘monster black holes’ discovered in nearby galaxies

Scientists have discovered supermassive black holes at the center of two nearby galaxies that had long evaded detection thanks to both the angle of the objects relative to the Earth and the large clouds of stellar gas that shroud them.
Described by NASA as “monster black holes,” they’re considered to be the engines of two “active galactic nuclei,” a class of extremely bright celestial objects that includes quasars and blazars (extremely compact quasars).

OBAMA Approves Shipment of Uranium to Iran

Iran is to receive a huge shipment of natural uranium from Russia to compensate it for exporting tons of reactor coolant, diplomats say, in a move approved by the outgoing U.S. administration and other governments seeking to keep Tehran committed to a landmark nuclear pact.
Two senior diplomats said the transfer recently approved by the U.S. and five other world powers that negotiated the nuclear deal with Iran foresees delivery of 116 metric tons (nearly 130 tons) of natural uranium.
U.N. Security Council approval is needed but a formality, considering five of those powers are permanent Security Council members, they said.

11 Numbers That Connect The Year 2017, Israel And Donald Trump

Is 2017 going to be the most important year that we have seen in a very, very long time? Because of the work that I do, I am constantly immersed in research, and lately I keep coming across very strange “coincidences” regarding the year 2017. The numbers that I am about to share with you certainly appear to be quite remarkable, but there will be many out there that will question their significance. To the naysayers, I would suggest that God has always put a lot of emphasis on numbers from the very beginning. For example, He created the world in precisely seven days, and on the seventh day He rested. All throughout Scripture, we see certain numbers showing up over and over again, and God has a purpose in that. So please keep that in mind as you consider the following 11 numbers that connect the year 2017, Israel and Donald Trump…

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Report: Netanyahu Working to Block Obama Bid for U.N. Secretary-General

According to the Al Jarida report, President Obama wants to be appointed Secretary-General of the United Nations after he leaves the White House, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is working to thwart his ambitions.
Al Jarida has Netanyahu exclaiming, “Is it not enough that we have had to live through eight years of Obama’s rule, in which he ignored Israel? Now he wants to be in a position to cause us difficulty in the international arenas?”
Netanyahu also reportedly complained about President Obama’s “closeness to the Muslim Brotherhood, the toppling of Hosni Mubarak’s regime in Egypt, and attempts to forge alliances with political Islam,” as well as the President’s nuclear deal with Iran, according to an Israeli source.

Fears for Middle Eastern Big One after quake strikes fragile fault line in Iran

The 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck on Friday and prompting a search operation for any wounded.
The quake struck at dawn, with its epicentre 33 miles of the city of Jahrom, the USGS said. 
State TV reported: "Four Afghans living and working on a farm were killed ... (in) Saifabad village near the town of Khonj."

Zombie Apocalypse Gives Humans Just 100 Days to Live, Scientists Reveal

Once introduced on Earth, the zombie virus would condemn the human population to extinction in less than six months, scientists at Leicester University (UK) have calculated.

Assuming that a zombie can find one person each day, and has a 90 percent success rate in infecting victims with the virus, the researchers found that humans would be facing extinction after just 100 days. On day 100 there would be just 273 human survivors, outnumbered a million to one by zombies.

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Loud vibrating booms are increasing again in January 2017 and nobody knows why!

January 6 2017, USA – A mysterious boom rattled windows, and a few nerves, around Hermiston, Oregon, Friday afternoon.

A mysterious boom rattled windows, and a few nerves, around Hermiston Friday afternoon. Residents in various part of the city, and in surrounding areas, reported hearing a booming sound that shook windows and homes about 2:45 p.m. Police force received numerous calls about the sound, but nothing was found to explain the noise. East Oregonian