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  • December 18, 2014 at 7:51pm
    He says the pilots tell him that those systems are “pretty hard-wired into a modern aircraft.
    “They said you’d have to go through big checklists, you’d have to possibly pull circuit breakers if you wanted to deactivate [all the communications equipment],” Brumfiel tells All Things Considered host Melissa Block.
    “So, to do this, you’d have to have some degree of premeditation and a lot of knowledge of the aircraft,” he says.
    Even without those systems, the plane’s satellite antenna appears to have kept communicating for at least 5 1/2 hours after Malaysia Air MH370 disappeared from air-traffic controllers’ radar.
    Even so, he says, “it may be possible that the company that owns the satellite, Inmarsat, might be able to get a sense of where the plane was, where it was moving and what it was doing.”

  • [4] December 18, 2014 at 6:25pm
    The Pope was addressing a convention of 300 priests and psychiatrists from the International Association of Exorcists who were in Rome to discuss the impact of the occult and Satanism, which many of them fear is gaining ground.Dr Valter Cascioli, a psychiatrist and spokesman for the association, warned of “an extraordinary increase in demonic activity” while speaking to Vatican Radio.

    “This makes it even more worrying that the number of people who are turning to these practices, which are damaging psychologically, spiritually and morally, is constantly growing,” Dr Cascioli added.

  • December 18, 2014 at 6:14pm

  • [1] December 18, 2014 at 6:12pm
    But in the last few years, we’re seeing more demonic activity,” he said, a trend he attributes to an increasingly secular society that has turned to Ouija boards, witchcraft, astrology, fortune telling and other occult practices that “open the door to the demonic.Click Here!
    Tulsa exorcist facing increasing ‘demonic activity’; Black Mass Sunday

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    Monsignor Patrick Brankin, exorcist for the Diocese of Tulsa conducts Mass at Catholic Charities in Tulsa, Okla., taken on September 13,2014. JAMES GIBBARD/Tulsa World

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    By BILL SHERMAN World Religion Writer | Updated 3 months ago

    The Satanic Black Mass scheduled for Sunday at the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall has drawn attention to a little-known but rapidly growing ministry in the Catholic Church: exorcism.

    Tulsa is one of three cities in the United States where Roman Catholic priests meet regularly to be trained to cast out demons — training that is part of a recent movement in Catholicism to expand that ancient ministry.
    Exorcism conferences have been held quietly each winter for three years at an undisclosed chapel in Tulsa, following a decision by U.S. bishops in 2010 to greatly increase the number of exorcists in America, at that time thought to be about B

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  • [-1] December 18, 2014 at 6:07pm

  • December 18, 2014 at 5:55pm

    Virulent cancer

  • December 18, 2014 at 5:54pm

    Free radicalism spreading like cancer

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  • December 18, 2014 at 12:22am

    Almost 200 Americans have been kidnapped in Mexico this past year; 79 of those kidnappings took place just south of the Texas border in the Mexican State of Tamaulipas, according to an FBI interview with Breitbart Texas.
    While the Mexican government continues to praise their security campaign in Tamaulipas, shootouts, kidnappings, extortions and highway robberies continue to plague the border state.
    In Mexico a person is kidnapped every six hours, according to the statistics published by Mexico’s National Citizens Observatory, a non-profit organization that keeps track of crime figures.
    Breitbart Texas met with FBI Special Agent Michelle Lee who spoke about the number of kidnappings in Mexico that the agency has investigated in 2014. While in 2006, the agency only had 26 kidnappings, so far this year the agency has looked into 199 kidnappings.
    “Kidnapping for ransom remains a very rare occurrence in the United States,” Lee said.
    However in Mexico, kidnapping has become a moneymaker for criminals looking to make a quick profit.

  • December 18, 2014 at 12:08am

    The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) ravaged Yazidi villages, kidnapping women to use as sex slaves or concubines, as they spread their “Caliphate” through Iraq. One of these women managed to phone the Kurdish Peshmerga fighters to beg them and the West to designate as their next target the brothel where she is being held.The woman told the fighters the terrorists “raped her 30 times in just a few hours.” She wants the brothel bombed to kill the jihadists and end the women’s misery as sex slaves. This woman can no longer use the bathroom and “plans to commit suicide even if freed.” A man known only as Karam told the BBC his friend took the phone call.“If you know where we are please bomb us,” she allegedly told Karam’s friend. “There is no life after this. I’m going to kill myself anyway – others have killed themselves this morning. I’ve been raped 30 times and it’s not even lunchtime. I can’t go to the toilet. Please bomb us.”

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 11:11pm
    People without insurance are running out of time to avoid the hefty ObamaCare penalties that the IRS will be handing down in 2016.

    Consumers face a Feb. 15, 2015, deadline to buy insurance, after which those without coverage could be hit with fines of $325 per adult or 2 percent of family income, whichever is higher.
    Uninsured people looking to escape the penalties are turning to the exchanges before they close, while insurance companies and tax preparers are seizing on the looming tax hit as a business opportunity.
    Wealth gap in America widens to record level, report says
    For middle-income households, there was practically no change in wealth over the 30-year period. The median wealth for the middle class was $94,300 in 1983. That peaked at $158,400 in 2007 and has since retreated to $96,500.

    For lower-income households, wealth rose to a high of $19,100 in 2001, but has since fallen to $9,300 last year. Their median wealth was $11,400 in 1983.

  • December 17, 2014 at 10:57am

    ****uh Russia wrote off massive amounts if Cuban debt. Made oil agreements. But sure Cuba will be our buddy bc heck we are the US and everyone who is anyone wants to be our buddy. Esp now, when we are so loyal to all our global buddies. lol

  • December 17, 2014 at 10:55am
    Why Russia and Cuba Are Partying Like It’s 1962
    But as Putin, since his annexation of Crimea in March and his backing of Ukrainian separatists, has become increasingly hostile toward the West, his Cuba visit raised an important question: In 2014, is a Moscow-Havana alliance as potentially consequential for the United States and its allies in the region as it once was? These, after all, were the players that in 1962 brought the world to as close to nuclear Armageddon as it has ever beenPutin’s motives for establishing closer ties with not only Havana but other like-minded countries in Latin America—Venezuela and Nicaragua specifically—seem straightforward. In the wake of his push into Ukraine, Russia’s relations with the West are deteriorating rapidly. So in the East he signed a massive gas deal with China (the two powers have long viewed each other warily at best), then looked south for a back-to-the-future moment with Cuba.

    During the visit, Putin agreed to write off $32 billion in Russian debt to Cuba, leaving just over $3 billion left to pay over the next 10 years. This was a significant economic weight lifted from Havana, whose gross domestic product shrank by up to a third with the loss of direct aid and subsidies from Moscow after the Soviet Union fell. Putin and Raúl Castro also agreed to new deals in energy, health and disaster prevention and help with building a vast new seaport.

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  • December 17, 2014 at 10:51am

    It’s like Peter pan is advising our government.
    Peter Pan Syndrome (PPS) describes men, who are childlike in their relationships, their ability to handle responsibilities, and their pursuit of pleasure. “He’s a man because of his age; a child because of his acts. The man wants your love, the child your pity. The man yearns to be close, the child is afraid to be touched. If you look past his pride, you’ll see his vulnerability. If you defy his boldness, you’ll feel his fear” (p.3).

  • December 17, 2014 at 10:46am

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, said the U.S. and Cuba were moving toward normalized banking and trade ties. He also said the U.S. was poised to open an embassy in Havana in the coming months.
    “This is going to do absolutely nothing to further human rights and democracy in Cuba,” Rubio said in an interview. “But it potentially goes a long way in providing the economic lift that the Castro regime needs to become permanent fixtures in Cuba for generations to come.”
    ***sure Cuba will just drop their long-standing strong ties with Russia just bc we throw them some love.

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  • December 17, 2014 at 10:39am

    The first lady also recalled an incident when Obama was “wearing a tuxedo at a black-tie dinner, and somebody asked him to get coffee.”
    ***was it former president Bill Clinton?

  • [4] December 17, 2014 at 10:37am

    She said, “I tell this story – I mean, even as the first lady – during that wonderfully publicized trip I took to Target, not highly disguised, the only person who came up to me in the store was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf. Because she didn’t see me as the first lady, she saw me as someone who could help her. Those kinds of things happen in life. So it isn’t anything new.”
    ***so M.O. didn’t have any secret service men surrounding her in Target? She was just shopping with an assistant, is that right? Just find it hard to believe some individual walked up to the first lady/ had access to her, and wasn’t stopped by the secret service ? Really? Many more questions now

  • [2] December 17, 2014 at 10:32am

    Been asked questions like I have worked at places like Target before too. Perhaps there was just moments I appeared to know what’s going on at Target. Perhaps I resembled someone else that worked there. Just so many possibilities. Perhaps an eelderly customer needed something off the shelf and I was the only person around to help at the time and they really needed help quickly so they could go home and take medication or make a doctor’s appointment. Why look for reasons to take it personally? Get a spine and some character

  • December 17, 2014 at 12:48am biggest challenge right now is in Sierra Leone, he says, where the epidemic shows no signs of slowing down. New cases continue to rise exponentially. Last week, the country reported nearly 400 cases, or more than three times the number of cases reported by Guinea and Liberia combined.

    Since February, there have been nearly 18,000 reported Ebola cases globally, the World Health Organization says, with more than 6,000 deaths.

  • December 17, 2014 at 12:40am
    The Pigmen Win Again
    After the disgusting example of politicians of both spineless parties bowing down before Wall Street, the military industrial complex and corporate interests this weekend with the passage of a bloated pig of a spending bill totaling $1.1 trillion, how can anyone not on the payroll of the vested interests not admit there is only one party – and it serves only the needs of the wealthy business interests. Obama, champion of the common folk, signed this putrid example of political corruption and corporate capture of the American political system. For all the believers who voted for the red team in the November mid-terms, this is what you got – a bipartisanship screwing of the American people.

    The entire episode has been nothing but Kabuki Theater. Both parties have proven to be puppets marching to the tune of Wall Street moneyed interests, while further entrenching the status quo by voting to allow more corporate influence over the election process.

  • December 17, 2014 at 12:32am
    Are You Really Ready For The World To Be Ruled By Bankers?Martin Armstrong via Armstrong Economics, has some strong opinions…

    Believe it or not, Citigroup announced on Friday that it would move its headquarters from New York to the actual U.S. Capitol Building, in Washington, D.C., in early 2015. Yes! They might as well had since they got everything they wanted… Could you imagine.

    Citi outbid JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs to lease thirty thousand square feet of prime real estate on the floor of the House of Representatives.

    This is just jumping off the cliff. Not only did these people grease enough palms to repeal Dodd Frank, they are now virtually leasing space right in the Capital Building and managed to increase the donation limitation from $32,400 to $324,000. They own Congress

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