Saturday, September 15, 2018

It’s On: Pompeo Slams John Kerry From the State Department for 'Unseemly' Efforts to Undermine America With Iran
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held a press conference at the State Department Friday afternoon to officially condemn former Secretary of State John Kerry for working to undermine U.S. national security.
Kerry has been engaged in shadow diplomacy by meeting with Iranian officials and former Obama administration officials to thwart President Trump's policies towards the regime. Specifically, he's trying to save the Iran nuclear agreement, which was ended by President Trump earlier this year. Cortney reported on the details earlier this week
Free Speech Victory: Facebook Lifts Jamie Glazov’s 9/11 Ban

By Jamie Glazov / Jihad Watch

I am happy to announce that a significant free speech victory has been achieved: Facebook has lifted the ban that it imposed on me on 9/11 for my posting of an article that dared to suggest how America can prevent Jihadist attacks in the future. 

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Palestinians Mock Trump, US on Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

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Palestinians Mock Trump, US on Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

The PA President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party exploited the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, in which nearly 3,000 victims were killed, to ridicule the US president.

By: United with Israel Staff

On September 11, 2001, Islamic terrorists mounted horrific attacks on the US, killing thousands of innocent victims. In the years since, the day has been used to reflect and mourn those who perished in the incident, in addition to remembering victims of other terror attacks.

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NASA shows incredible image of Hurricane Florence in 3D

By | Fox News

Thanks to its Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR), NASA has shown an incredible 3D view of Hurricane Florence as it approached the eastern part of the U.S.

The MISR passed over the hurricane on Thursday, NASA said. It has nine cameras that look at the Earth at all times, from different angles. It usually takes about seven minutes for all the cameras to look at the same location, making the above image special. In order to see the 3D effects, 3D glasses will be needed.

"At the time the imagery was acquired, Florence was a large Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 105 mph (169 kph)," NASA wrote on its website. "The center of the storm was about 145 miles (230 kilometers) southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina. Coastal areas had already begun to experience tropical-storm-force winds, and millions of people across multiple states were under evacuation orders."