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    Twelve people, six of them police officers, were injured after a molotov cocktail exploded in a Paris restaurant. ......

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    From Alaska and Hawaii to Japan, Malaysia and Russia, the amount of volcanic activity bubbling to the surface has reached record levels since man has been able to measure such events, scientists say. Earthquakes are also running at historically high levels, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. All the while students of the Bible are pointing to Matthew 24 and saying “I told you so.” They read in the flowing lava and glowing night-time outbursts a biblical warning sign that can’t be dismissed. At the U.S. Geological Survey’s website, the number of earthquakes that have registered in the 6-plus range are as follows since 2005. 2005 33 2006 27 2007 47 2008 47 2009 54...

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    Parents in the Encinitas, California, school district announced the creation of Truth About Yoga, which provides information about the mystical teaching and chronicles their legal effort to remove the practice from schools. The parents sued when a private foundation donated millions of dollars to be allowed to teach Ashtanga yoga to children in the district. The district superintendent, Timothy Baird, is a member of the yoga foundation’s advisory board. A judge and the California Court of Appeals in San Diego concluded that while Ashtanga yoga is religious, it still can be taught in a public school because the curriculum in the mandatory classes has sanitized its religious aspects. The...

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    Tear gas was deployed in the Greek capital as protesters threw Molotov cocktails at riot officers. The stand-off took place after the authorities banned rival demonstrations by a police union and anarchists. ......

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    This deal is a bit convoluted, but the bottom line is that you’ll be able to watch the season 7 of Game of Thrones live or on demand on TV streaming app Molotov. The French startup just signed a deal with OCS, a premium TV package focused on movies and TV shows. Starting today, Molotov users can subscribe for €12 per month and access both live channels and on-demand content. ......

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    Violent protests against the G20 summit in Hamburg continued for the second night with rioters attacking police, erecting barricades and trashing shops and vehicles. At least 143 people have been detained and over 200 police officers injured so far. ......

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    At least 143 people detained... ......

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    The first security breach, announced June 4, happened at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Allegedly the breach was exposed while software developer CyTech Services was demonstrating its latest security package. “CyTech, trying to show OPM how its cybersecurity product worked, ran a diagnostics study on OPM’s network and discovered malware was embedded on the network,” reported the Wall Street Journal. As if this wasn’t embarrassing enough, federal investigators learned the malware may have been in place for over a year. Intelligence agencies are still not clear what data were accessed by the hackers. The potential scope of information theft is breathtaking....

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    WND: Professor Kengor, picking up from our previous interview on your new book, “Takedown: From Communists to Progressives, How the Left Has Sabotaged Family and Marriage,” sum up your thesis in one or two sentences. Kengor: Sure. “Takedown” details the far left’s quest to redefine and in some cases outright abolish the family and marriage from the 1800s to today. It notes that gay marriage is serving as a Trojan horse for the far left to secure the takedown of marriage it has long wanted, and countless everyday Americans and even the gay community are oblivious to the older, deeper forces at work. The typical gay-marriage advocate is not aware of this much...

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    The Supreme Court is considering a case from the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals upholding traditional marriage against five challenges in four states. Herbert W. Titus, who taught constitutional law for 26 years and is the founding dean of Regent Law School, and former Reagan administration official William J. Olson write in their analysis of the case that the opinion of 6th Circuit Judge Jeffrey Sutton begins with “a remarkable observation.” The judge’s observation “should have resolved the case in that once sentence, but did not,” said Titus and Olson, who practice law together at William J. Olson, P.C. “Judge Sutton points out that ‘[n]obody in this...

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    The first security breach, announced June 4, happened at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Allegedly the breach was exposed while software developer CyTech Services was demonstrating its latest security package. “CyTech, trying to show OPM how its cybersecurity product worked, ran a diagnostics study on OPM’s network and discovered malware was embedded on the network,” reported the Wall Street Journal. As if this wasn’t embarrassing enough, federal investigators learned the malware may have been in place for over a year. Intelligence agencies are still not clear what data were accessed by the hackers. The potential scope of information theft is breathtaking....

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    WND: Professor Kengor, picking up from our previous interview on your new book, “Takedown: From Communists to Progressives, How the Left Has Sabotaged Family and Marriage,” sum up your thesis in one or two sentences. Kengor: Sure. “Takedown” details the far left’s quest to redefine and in some cases outright abolish the family and marriage from the 1800s to today. It notes that gay marriage is serving as a Trojan horse for the far left to secure the takedown of marriage it has long wanted, and countless everyday Americans and even the gay community are oblivious to the older, deeper forces at work. The typical gay-marriage advocate is not aware of this much...

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    The first security breach, announced June 4, happened at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Allegedly the breach was exposed while software developer CyTech Services was demonstrating its latest security package. “CyTech, trying to show OPM how its cybersecurity product worked, ran a diagnostics study on OPM’s network and discovered malware was embedded on the network,” reported the Wall Street Journal. As if this wasn’t embarrassing enough, federal investigators learned the malware may have been in place for over a year. Intelligence agencies are still not clear what data were accessed by the hackers. The potential scope of information theft is breathtaking....

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