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Davos Elites Struggle for Answers as Trump Era Dawns
Trump is the poster child for a new strain of populism that is spreading across the developed world and threatening the post-war liberal democratic order. With elections looming in the Netherlands, France, Germany, and possibly Italy, this year, the nervousness among Davos attendees is palpable.
From "Reuters"



Richard Ritenbaugh, anticipating the impending inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, expresses the hope that all will be well in this transfer power. The mainstream media has not concealed their hatred and contempt for what they view as a polarizing figure, neither liberal or conservative, but secure in his own counsel. Regardless of the plethora of fake news generated by the state run media, trying to paint him as someone who has "used his money and influence to skirt the law," everything he has allegedly done is not part of the record of his presidency. All that will begin on Friday, January 20, 2016, and we must wait and see how things will unfurl in actual governance-good or bad. The bar of justice and truth must be infinitely higher than what any government of man with his deceitful carnal nature can establish, a standard only possible by the rule of Jesus Christ
From "Richard T. Ritenbaugh"


Pew Report: Religion Plummeted in America During Obama Era
When Barack Obama took office, those who identified as atheists or agnostics along with those who said their religion was "nothing in particular" totaled only 16 percent of the U.S. adult population. On leaving office 8 years later, the non-religious in America now make up nearly a quarter of the population.
From "Breitbart"

Smartphone, Internet Use at Record High in Us: Survey
The researchers found a record 88 percent use the internet, but 12 percent are "smartphone dependent," using mobile devices without broadband service at home.
From ""

Robot Kill Switches & Legal Status: Meps Endorse Ai Proposal
A European Parliament committee has voted in favor of a draft report that proposes granting legal status to robots, categorizing them as "electronic persons".
From "RT"

Obama and Kerry Aren't Done Yet — They Have a Big Date Coming up in Paris on January 15.
Last week many of us ink-stained wretches proclaimed Obama's abstention in the vote on the December 23 anti-Israel UN resolution his last betrayal of our only real ally in the Middle East. We were wrong. Obama isn't done yet. Obama is going to use his last three weeks in office to damage Israel in at least one more UN Security Council resolution.
From "The American Spectator"

The 70 Nations That Will Meet in Paris on January 15th Are Going to Publicly Commit to Dividing the Land of Israel
A draft of the summary statement that will be released at the conclusion of the 70 nation conference in Paris on Sunday has been leaked. As you will see below, this communique is going to call for the division of the land of Israel, for the establishment of a Palestinian state, for the 1967 borders to serve as the basis for final negotiations between the Israelis and the Palestinians, and for the condemnation of any officials that refuse to support a two state solution.
From "End of the American Dream"

Arrival of U.S. Troops in Poland Sparks Kremlin's Ire
Some 3,000 U.S. troops, under a NATO banner, are arriving in Poland and six other Eastern European countries in what a Kremlin spokesman calls a threat to Russia's interest and security.
From "USA Today"

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