Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Watch: Trump, NATO Chief Have Tense Exchange at Summit

Watch: Trump, NATO Chief Have Tense Exchange at Summit The president wanted to know why the U.S. was continuing to pay money to the group when some countries in the alliance are buying energy from Moscow.

"You know, NATO is an alliance of 29 nations, and there are sometimes differences and different views, and also some disagreements.  And the gas pipeline from Russia to Germany is one issue where allies disagree," Stoltenberg said.

"But the strength of NATO is that despite these differences, we have always been able to unite around our core task, to protect and defend each other, because we understand that we are stronger together than apart," he added.

But that didn’t satisfy Trump.

“But how can you be together when you’re getting energy from the group you want protection from?” he asked.

The president pointed to Germany as an example and said the country was “totally controlled” by and “captive to Russia” over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, which would “double the amount of gas Russia can send directly to Germany, skirting transit countries such as Ukraine,” reports.

Abbas defiant, won’t stop payments to jihad terrorists
By Robert Spence / Jihad Watch


The jihad always comes first, and must not be halted, but the West pays little or no heed to its ideological foundations, and so consistently misunderstands and misdiagnoses the problem. “Defiant Abbas says he won’t halt stipends to terrorists,” Times of Israel, July 9, 2018: Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said Sunday that he will […]
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Miraculous Israeli spacecraft to land on Moon in 2019

Israeli billionaire and investor Morris Kahn (L) speaks to journalists in front of a Israeli Aerospace Industries spacecraft during a press conference to announce its launch to the moon, in Yehud, near Tel Aviv, on July 10, 2018. (AFP PHOTO / THOMAS COEX)Israel is a miracle. The little engine that could.
Israeli spacecraft aims for historic moon landing…within months

Save the date. On February 13, 2019, an Israeli-built unmanned spacecraft is expected to land on the moon, having blasted off from Earth two months earlier, project managers said at a news conference Tuesday.

If all goes well, the SpaceIL spider-like craft will give Israel entry into the exclusive club of just three nations that have so far achieved a controlled landing on the moon’s surface.

The probe will be launched sometime in December from Cape Canaveral aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, officials said during the media event, held at an Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) space technology site in Yehud. It is scheduled to land on February 13, 2019.
The project, begun seven years ago as part of a Google technology contest to land a small probe on the moon, was conducted together with IAI.

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Developing now, Wednesday, July 11, 2018
  • Former FBI attorney Lisa Page won’t testify on Capitol Hill as scheduled Wednesday, outraging Republican lawmakers 
  • At NATO summit, President Trump slammed an 'inappropriate' Germany-Russia deal, pressed allies to bolster their defense spending – risking already-strained relationships
  • Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh met with Republican leaders on Capitol Hill on Tuesday as Democrats focused on his past support for shielding sitting presidents from prosecution
  • The Trump administration proposes additional tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imported products
  • Illegal immigrant families must be reunited faster, even if it means skipping DNA tests for many children, a federal judge tells the Trump administration