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‘Truckers for the Constitution’ Plan to Slow D.C. Beltway, Arrest Congressmen
Tractor-trailer
drivers will intentionally clog the inner loop of the Washington, D.C.,
beltway beginning on the morning of Oct. 11, according to a coordinator
of the upcoming “Truckers Ride for the Constitution” rally.
Organizers of the three-day ride want to call attention to a litany of
trucker frustrations and express their disapproval of national political
leaders. Zeeda Andrews, a former country music singer helping promote
the protest, said last week participants would present demands to
congressmen – including the impeachment of President Barack Obama…   
Second Surprise Interview with Pope Francis: A ‘Theological Wreck’?
On
the greatest challenges for the church: “The most serious of the evils
that afflict the world these days are youth unemployment and the
loneliness of the old.   
Ecuador’s Correa: Obama’s exceptionalism talk reminiscent of Nazi rhetoric before WWII
Correa
said: “Does not this remind you of the Nazis’ rhetoric before and
during World War II? They considered themselves the chosen race, the
superior race, etc. Such words and ideas pose extreme danger,” President
Correa said on RT Spanish’ Entrevista program.  
Arizona lawmaker refers to Obama as ‘De Fuhrer’ on Facebook
Barton,
an Arizona state representative, took to Facebook to express her fury
in a series of status updates Monday. In one, she compared President
Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler.
“Someone is paying the National Park Service thugs overtime for their
efforts to carry out the order of De Fuhrer,” Barton wrote. “[W]here are
our Constitutional Sheriffs who can revoke the Park Service Rangers
authority to arrest??? Do we have any Sheriffs with a pair?”   
North Korea warns US of ‘disaster’ over joint naval drill
North
Korea on Tuesday warned the US of a “horrible disaster” and put its
troops on alert over a major naval drill involving a US aircraft carrier
alongside South Korean and Japanese vessels. The warning came after
Seoul and Washington last week signed a new joint strategy to counter
what they called the growing threat of a North Korean nuclear attack
after the communist country restarted an ageing plutonium reactor. 
 
UK official says it’s legal to abort a baby because of its sex
Ruling
is expected to outrage dozens of MPs who have criticised the medical
establishment for seeking to redefine abortion laws. Doctors can
legally carry out sex-selection abortions in Britain, the Director of
Public Prosecutions ruled on Monday as he claimed that outdated laws
were virtually unenforceable. Keir Starmer concluded that “the law does
not expressly prohibit” such practices. 
 
Materials Prediction Scores a Hit
Calculations
predicting a new high-pressure superconductor are borne out by
experiment. Not only did they find superconductivity where electronic
structure calculations told them to look, they used high-pressure
synthesis techniques to discover a compound that wasn’t readily apparent
in nature. Further, the resulting compound, orthorhombic FeB 4 , turns
out to be very mechanically hard as well as superconducting, thus
possessing two desirable traits.  
Quake hits southern Mexico, no reported injuries
A moderate 5.21 earthquake has rocked parts of southern Mexico, but there are no immediate reports of injuries or damage.   
Japan Earthquake Today 2013 Strikes Nichinan
Officials
tell news that a 4.8 magnitude Japan earthquake today began just after
8:45 PM local time today. The quake was off the coast. But it posted a
moderate depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake started only
thirteen miles below sea level. As a result the quake could be felt on
land.  
Oklahoma Earthquakes
Oklahomans
in the northwestern and northeastern parts of the state were shaken up
when two earthquakes hit about seven hours apart.   
Yes, I Think This Means the GOP is Winning
Polling
shows more Americans blame the GOP than Barack Obama. I think this
means the GOP is winning. You’ll need to let me explain. The GOP
leadership in Washington, when no fundraising off Ted Cruz’s hard line,
has been soiling itself afraid the GOP might actually go along with him.
And the party did.
  
The Shutdown Follies
While
President Barack Obama’s decision to physically bar those
always-dangerous World War II veterans from viewing the memorial they
paid for in blood has certainly reminded me of his almost pathological
hubris, it has also reminded me that even Sisyphus himself would rather
push his rock than try and talk sense to such a man. Sadly, Obama’s war
on war heroes is hardly the lone example of the embarrassingly petty
behavior Obama has displayed. From the magnificent vistas of the Grand
Canyon to the National Mall, the Democrats staged this entire “shutdown”
circus in an effort to distract attention from the sideshow freak that
is Obamacare.   
Colorado gun-rights advocates plan another recall effort
Gun-rights
advocates in Colorado have started gathering signatures in support of
another recall effort against a Democratic state senator following two
successful recalls of lawmakers over votes in support of gun control
laws.   
Glenn Beck Set to Reveal Name of Republican Senator Who Allegedly Called FreedomWorks Supporters ‘Traitors’
Glenn
Beck told his audience on Monday that the following morning on his
radio program, he will reveal the name of a Republican lawmaker who said
anyone who stands with FreedomWorks or the Senate Conservatives Fund is
a “traitor” to the Senate.   
Despite Shutdown, President Pushes Hard to Finish TPP
The
“shutdown” may have blocked veterans from trying to visit memorials,
but it hasn’t blocked President Obama from trying to surrender U.S.
sovereignty to a body of globalist bureaucrats. Although President
Obama claims the shutdown kept him from making his scheduled trip to
Asia, his surrogates are pushing ahead with negotiations on the
Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), hoping to seal the deal before the end
of the year.   
Starfish Deaths Are a Mystery
Canada
waters are becoming engorged with lifeless starfish and investigators
do not have any idea what is causing them to parish. These starfish
deaths are a complete mystery.   
UN chief suggests joint Syria chem mission with Cyprus support base
A
joint mission of the UN and the OPWC should include some 100 experts
deployed both in Damascus and on Cyprus – to provide additional
“operational capabilities” – in order to destroy Syria’s chemical
arsenal, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon proposed.   
Kuwait ‘gay-o-meter’? Clinical screenings to ‘detect’ and ban homosexuals from entry
“Health
centers conduct the routine medical check to assess the health of the
expatriates when they come into the GCC countries,” Yousuf Mindkar, the
director of public health at the Kuwaiti Health Ministry stressed.
“However, we will take stricter measures that will help us detect gays,
who will be then barred from entering Kuwait or any of the GCC member
states,” he added, quoted by a local daily Al Rai.  
IDF chief: Here’s how our next wars could look
“The
morning of the war could open with a missile on the Kirya building [the
Defense Ministry’s HQ in Tel Aviv], with a cyber attack on banks, with a
mass charge on a border town, or a tunnel packed with explosives that
reaches a kindergarten,” Gantz told attendees at a conference at
Bar-Ilan University’s Begin-Sadat Center.   
Abbas says an agreement possible in nine months
“The
period of nine months [set aside for the current talks] is enough to
reach an agreement,” Abbas said, “All the issues were discussed in the
past, whether at Camp David, Taba, or with [former PM Ehud] Olmert.”   
Missing from Abbas meeting with MKs: Israeli flag, Palestinian journalists
Conspicuously
absent from all these photographs, indeed absent from the entire room
during the entire visit, was the Israeli flag. Not so much as a little
one on the table. It made for quite a contrast to the scene on July 31,
when members of Bar’s Knesset Caucus to Resolve the Arab-Israeli
Conflict, hosting PA politicians in the Israeli parliament at a meeting
attended by 33 MKs from parties representing 77 of the 120 MKs, held
their talks with the Palestinian flag alongside Israel’s behind them — a
much-headlined Knesset precedent. 
 
CME IMPACT EXPECTED
A
minor CME, propelled towarded Earth by a magnetic filament erupting on
the sun, could strike our planet’s magnetic field during the late hours
of Oct. 9th. NOAA forecasters working through the US government shutdown
estimate a 30% to 40% chance of polar geomagnetic storms.  
North Korea threatens pre-emptive strikes against South Korea and U.S.
North
Korea has threatened to launch strikes against its enemy South Korea
and the US, to pre-empt an attack by the two countries on its nuclear
facilities.
The threat follows an agreement between Seoul and Washington over the
introduction of nuclear deterrents against Pyongyang. 
 
US credits Assad over chemical arms destruction
Syrian
President Bashar al-Assad can take ‘credit’ for moving quickly to
eliminate his regime’s chemical arms, US Secretary of State John Kerry
said yesterday, after experts began destroying the banned arms.
The operation, performed by Syrian personnel supervised by international
disarmament experts, comes under the terms of a UN Security Council
resolution that will see Damascus relinquish its chemical arsenal.  
Series of 6 quakes strikes in storm-stricken Mexico
A
series of at least six earthquakes — two reaching at least 5.0-
magnitude — struck Sunday in the Mexican state of Guerrero, which is
still reeling from deadly tropical storms last month.
The epicenter of the strongest quake — 5.21-magnitude, at 9.27 local
time (1527 GMT), according to the National Seismological Service — was
located in the mountainous area where a September 16 mudslide buried a
whole town.   
Tropical Storm Narda moves into open Pacific
Tropical
Storm Narda off the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico, was not
strengthening as it moved over the open Pacific Monday, U.S. forecasters
said. 
 
Physics professor warns ‘object with our name on it’ will hit Earth
“One
of these days, an object with our name on it is going to hit the
Earth,” Kaku said. Kaku, who currently teaches at City College of New
York, called the Russian meteorite a “wake-up call.”

According to Kaku, although “city-busting” sized meteorites only strike
the planet about once every 100 to 200 years, the chances of football
field-sized asteroids hitting the Earth are quite good because there is
no program in place to prevent it. In order to help combat the problem,
Kaku suggested building an early-warning telescope. 

 
Mali ‘Islamists’ blow up bridge near Gao
Suspected Islamists have blown up a bridge near Mali’s northern town of Gao, the army says.

The bridge near Bentia is on the only route between Gao and neighbouring Niger.

The attack comes a day after shells were fired into Gao, also by suspected Islamists.  

WITH LITTLE FANFARE, AFGHAN WAR HITS 13TH YEAR
Monday
marks 12 years since the U.S. invaded Afghanistan, and for a conflict
that’s been seemingly forgotten by most Americans who’ve grown weary of
war, it seems fitting that the anniversary should be overshadowed by a
domestic story: the federal government shutdown.   
Libya summons US envoy over raid to capture al-Liby
Libya
summoned the US ambassador to the country for questioning on Monday
over the weekend capture of a suspected al-Qaeda leader on Libyan
territory.

Anas al-Liby, a suspect in the 1998 bombings of the US embassies in
Kenya and Tanzania, was seized in the capital, Tripoli, on Saturday.

Libya’s minister of justice wanted “a number of explanations concerning
the case”, a statement said.  

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