Monthly Archives: December 2015

Tim King discusses John the Baptist with Ace Knight

John the Baptist by Artist Toni L. Taylor

John the Baptist by Artist Toni L. Taylor

Tim King Global News Centre

Ace Knight: “John the Baptist has been misrepresented by scholars of both Christianity and Islam”

The “Smoking Gun” Series – Is it time to investigate Partnership for a Drug Free Kids and their finances?

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Michael D. White, Chairman, Partnership for a Drug Free Kids (Partnership) Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of DIRECTV to Bring Business, Communications and Technology Expertise to National Nonprofit Organization (Partnership)

Group’s motives and backing pose huge questions….

Marianne Skolek Global News Centre

(MYRTLE BEACH)  In recent years, I have had the good fortune of communicating with Mike White while he headed DirectTV.  He impressed me as being a “hands on – take charge” CEO who ran a tight ship.  Earlier this month, Mike became Chairman of Partnership for a Drug Free Kids and my level of concern was peaked.  Why would Partnership need the expertise of communications and technology while the country is ravaged by addiction and death to prescription opioids/heroin?

Amazing New Painting of John the Baptist By Artist Toni L. Taylor

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John the Baptist by Artist Toni L. Taylor

Tim King Global News Centre/Executive Editor

John the Baptist is traditionally depicted in the animal skins and sackcloth of a wild man in the desert, but this artist’s depiction of the prophet is quite different from most traditional pictures of John.

Here he wears the clothes and displays the symbols of his class before a background of a vast universe of shining stars, artfully depicted by the artist Toni L. Taylor, giving John a spiritual importance denied him by many centuries of scholarly neglect. It is fitting that his countenance be that of Ace Knight, one of the leaders–if not the foremost leader–of the movement to restore John to his true importance in religious history.

The Islamic State will be annihilated by “Anonymous” on the Internet

anonIt isn’t the first time that “Anonymous” has chased terrorists.

Clemente Ferrer Global News Centre

(MADRID) The Islamic State (ISIS), responsible for attacks that caused at least 130 dead and 350 injured in Paris and more than 27 dead in Mali, owes much of its power to the propaganda creativity in social networks

Strange Attractions

solar_flare_nasaBoth solar flares and sunspots are created by intense electromagnetic energy in the atmosphere around the Sun and the stars, not from the surface of the Sun.

Edsel Chromie Global News Centre

(SAN DIEGO)  In a Dec. 8, 2015 Science program titled “Strange Attractions” the narrator said: “Now breakthrough research into these original magnetic fields is changing everything we thought we knew about how stars are born. The blueprint of the universe is drawn with magnetic lines. Magnetic fields help stars ignite.  They shape entire galaxies and the same force that creates magnetism is the cement that holds all matter together.  Without this universal glue there are no stars, no planets, no people and no light.”

PAKISTAN: Blasphemy convict hopeful for justice

IMG_20151207_105220The Christian man, Sajjad Masih Gill, 31, was accused of sending blasphemous texts and sentenced to life imprisonment and fined Rs.200,000/- (About $2,000 US) for blasphemy on 13 July 2013 in Gojra.

(LAHORE)  The appeal of Sajjad Masih Gill, a Christian man sentenced to life imprisonment for alleged blasphemy, has been admitted for notice.  Sajjad’s family and lawyers have high hopes that he will be acquitted.

Gun violence, as American as apple pie

unnamedAs President Obama has argued, states with gun control laws tend to have lower gun-related death rates.

Ralph E. Stone Global News Centre

(SAN FRANCISCO) Another mass killing in the U.S. This time in San Bernardino — 14 dead, 21 wounded.  We say ho-hum as gun violence has now become an expected event in our every day lives.  Consider that since 2006, there have been more than 200 mass killings in the U.S.  Americans have seemingly come to accept gun violence as long as it doesn’t directly effect them or their love ones personally.

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