U.S. Twitter Erupts Over News That Hillary Clinton Used Black Prison Labor While First Lady Of Arkansa

IMG_0440.JPGTwitter users have reacted with surprise and fury over excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s 1996 book It Takes A Village. On June 6,Jeanette Jing, an activist with over 33,000 followers on Twitter who supports Clinton’s Democratic opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders, shared two pages of the work in which Clinton reminisces about the black prisoners who worked in the Arkansas governor’s mansion she shared with her husband, Bill Clinton, who led the state from 1979 to 1981 and 1983 to 1992…….Read More 

BREAKING: Theresa May will NOT resign – PM set to stay after she fails to get majority

Tory sources confirmed the prime minister is not planning to step down despite being under fire after results left the UK with a hung parliament.  Earlier this morning as she accepted victory in her Maidenhead constituency, Mrs May referred back to her “strong and stable” mantra even though exit polls predict the Tories may fall short of a majority. She said: “At this time more than anything else, this country needs a period of stability. “And if, as the indications have shown and if this is correct that the Conservative Party has won the most seats and probably the most votes, then it will be incumbent on us to ensure we have that period of stability – and that is exactly what we will do.”…….Read More

Election results 2017 LIVE: Brexit AT RISK – HUNG PARLIAMENT as May fails to get majority

AI computer joins millions of Chinese students taking fearsome entrance exam

Among the almost 10 million students taking nationwide college entrance exams in China this week was an artificial intelligence program. The tests also saw authorities deploy facial recognition and drones, in an effort to clamp down on high-tech cheating. The exam, colloquially known as the ‘gaokao’ in China, was held over Wednesday and Thursday across most of the country. According to Xinhua, a total of 9.4 million Chinese high school students applied this year, a little less than the record 10.5 million in 2008. The fierily competitive exam is considered one of the most important steps in the life of anyone wishing to have a successful white-collar career in China………Read More

Your DNA Influences Your Ability To Read A Person’s Mind – Large Cognitive Empathy Test Reveals

IMG_0437Are you good at reading someone’s thoughts by looking into their eyes? Some people have an excellent ability to clearly see emotions in the eyes of others. A large cognitive empathy tests now reveals that your DNA influences your ability to read a person’s mind. The results of the study show that empathy is partly genetic. Who do you think scored better on the test – men or women? Twenty years ago, a team of scientists at the University of Cambridge developed a test of ‘cognitive empathy’ called the ‘Reading the Mind in the Eyes’ Test (or the Eyes Test, for short). This revealed that people can rapidly interpret what another person is thinking or feeling from looking at their eyes alone. It also showed that some of us are better at this than others, and that women on average score better on this test than men…….Read More

The Tithe Question

IMG_0433.JPGIn the last decade, the tithe system of the church has come under a lot of scrutiny, and people have been studying and reexamining this concept. I have held back on my opinion for a long time, even though I am emailed almost weekly with questions about this topic. It has been encouraging to see other highly respected leaders step out and abandon the tithing system. For example, Dr. Che Ahn, the overseer of H.I.M. a network of 40,000 churches writes: “There are many sincere Christians today who faithfully give the tithe because they believe it is mandated in Scripture, and that mandate is still valid today. I know, for I used to be one of them. I was taught to tithe from the time I first became a Christian as a teenager, and it never occurred to me to question the teaching. My wife and I have always given more than the tithe every year since we’ve been married. However….Read More

Large Bank With Frozen Tears Will Help To Unravel The Mystery Of Why We Cry

IMG_0432.JPGA researcher will build a huge bank filled with frozen human tears. When you first hear about this idea, it may sound very odd and even pointless, but the collected tears will serve as valuable researcher material for scientists around the world. Behind this idea, we find Professor Noam Sobel, of the neurobiology department and the Azrieli Center for Human Brain Imaging, Weizmann Institute of Science, in Rehovot, Israel. Crying is a way of expressing emotions, but Professor Sobel points out that there is no functional explanation for the phenomenon of tears. It’s not clear what purpose they serve. Building a giant bank with froze tears will help scientists to unravel the mystery why we cry……Read More

Israel Closer Than Ever Before To The Peace Deal

IMG_0431.JPGIsrael is closer than ever before to a Peace Deal claims Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beytenu). Meanwhile the US Senate unanimously okays a US Embassy in Jerusalem. The Defense Minister, speaking to Dana Weiss of Channel 2, stated that “Arab countries have internalized that their problem isn’t Israel. Israel can be the solution to their problem.” The Defense Minister also discussed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s efforts to bridge the gap between Israel and Palestinian Authority to reach a final agreement…….Read More