Calif. students now given six ‘gender identity’ choices on college admissions applications

gendersCollege Fix: Questions about gender identity and sexual orientation have been added to admissions applications used by the University of California system, including no less than six choices for students when checking off their “gender identity.”

One new question posed to those seeking admittance to the system – which educates 233,000 students enrolled in 10 campuses statewide – is “How do you describe yourself? (Mark one answer).” MORE

In the 1960s, scientists knew chemo only helped with short-term remission of most cancer – – Learn how diluted NAZI NERVE GAS eventually became the chemotherapy of today

nazi-kills-with-chemo-nerve-gas-2Over 100 chemotherapy drugs used in America today came from toxic nerve gas used by Hitler to exterminate people by the hundreds of thousands in just a few years. Mass grave sites are a world known FACT and Jews were gassed to DEATH with the same ingredients used by doctors and oncologists today to simply STAVE OFF cancer for a few years so they can say you survived because of the treatment. MORE

5 volcanoes simultaneously erupt in Indonesia: shroud skies with dark ash clouds

indonesian-volcano-erupting-5July 2015INDONESIA – Eruptions of ash at five volcanoes shrouded the skies over parts of the Indonesian archipelago several days ago, forcing three airports to close. More airports have since closed due to the ash clouds. Mount Raung on Java Island blasted ash and debris up to 2,000 meters (6,560 feet) into the air after rumbling for several weeks, government volcanologist Surono said. Continue reading

British Police may no longer attend burglaries

saraThe public should not expect to see a police officer after crimes such as burglary, the head of the new National Police Chiefs’ Council has said.

Sara Thornton told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire budget cuts and the changing nature of criminality meant police in England and Wales had to prioritise. MORE

Kyrgyzstan tears up U.S. cooperation agreement

Part-PAR-Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) (AFP) – Ex-Soviet Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday announced it was tearing up a long-running cooperation agreement with the United States after Washington awarded a rights prize to a jailed ethnic minority campaigner.

Central Asian Kyrgyzstan and the United States inked a cooperation deal in 1993 and the strategically located nation hosted a key US military base supplying the war effort in Afghanistan until 2014. MORE

Asia Bibi’s Death Sentence Suspended…And more!

_8441The Supreme Court in Pakistan has suspended the execution of a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy.

Asia Bibi, who has been on death row for nearly five years, was given leave to appeal. No hearing date was set.

She denies insulting the Prophet Mohammed, saying her Muslim accusers were acting on a personal grudge. MORE

Episcopal priest shocks flock by leaving wife — for younger man

JUAN QUEVEDO BOSCH_2.jpgAn Episcopal priest shocked his Queens congregation recently when he left his wife and married someone else — a much younger man.

The Rev. Juan Andres Quevedo-Bosch, 59, the archdeacon of Queens and rector of the Church of the Redeemer in Astoria, announced over Facebook last week that he got married in a Los Angeles church.

The Cuban-born prelate was pictured on a beach with the caption: “I’m in Miami Beach with my new husband. God is good.” MORE

The Persecution Of Christians Is Intensifying As Anti-Christian Hatred Sweeps The Entire World

PERSThere is very little that the entire world seems to agree upon, but there is one very frightening trend that is now taking hold literally all over the globe. A passionate hatred of Christianity is sweeping across the planet, and very few global leaders have been willing to step forward and speak out against this rising persecution of Christians. In many parts of the Middle East, Africa and Asia, believers are being relentlessly attacked by extremists,churches are being destroyed, and laws are being passed to try to prevent the spread of the Christian faith. In some areas, the violence has become so extreme that Christians knowingly risk their own lives just to go to church services each week. Would you risk your life to go to church? In North America and Europe, the persecution is often more subtle. MORE