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US Submarine Witnessed Underwater Object Moving Fast Than Speed of Sound
(Flag & Cross) A strange new realization has arrived in the world of Ufology, and we have the US Navy to thank for it.
The infamous USS Nimitz UFO incident, in which pilots locked on to and filmed an impossibly fast and maneuverable object over the Pacific Ocean, was one of the first few public incidents in which credible eyewitnesses reported that these unidentified objects were not only moving through the air with physics-shattering finesse, but that they were also seamlessly entering and exiting the ocean as well.
Now, a scientist who once did secretive work aboard a US nuclear submarine is coming clean about a similarly terrifying incident he experienced some years prior to the Nimitz encounter.
A nuclear submarine was buzzed by an unidentified object – travelling under water faster than the speed of sound.
The claim came from a scientist who…Read the rest
(Washington Post) The conservative revolution at the US Supreme Court has two prongs. One grabs headlines as the justices overturn long-established precedent on big-ticket issues like abortion, affirmative action and voting rights. The second is a less-noticed yet enormously ambitious transformation the judiciary’s job. Put simply, the justices are placing themselves at the top of the tree of governance, radically curtailing the expert administrative judgment long exercised by the executive branch.
The court’s revolutionary program for transforming how administrative agencies enforce the law was on full display last Tuesday in the oral argument for the term’s major immigration case, Texas v. Biden. The case raises three distinct yet related issues: the separation of powers; whether states have standing to sue the executive branch over enforcing federal law; and the ability of a single court to block policy nationwide.
Begin with the separation of powers. At issue in the case is whether and how the president, through the Department of Homeland Security, can set priorities…
Hillary Clinton says overturning Roe v. Wade puts US in line with Taliban, Iranian ayatollahs
(Christian Post) Overturning the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, allowing states to regulate abortion without federal interference, has made America comparable to Iran’s ayatollahs and Afghanistan’s Taliban, Hillary Clinton claimed at a women’s rights summit.
At the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Friday, interviewer Christiane Amanpour asked the former secretary of state about women’s rights being “unfinished business.”
“We have come a long way on so many fronts but we are also in a period of time where there is a lot of pushback and much of the progress that has been taken for granted by too many people is under attack: literally under attack in places like Iran or Afghanistan or Ukraine — where rape is a tactic of war…
(The New America) “It is a brand new day,” said Sheriff Wayne Ivey, “where school discipline is gonna be put back in place in Brevard public schools.”
On Thursday, The New American published a piece on how even young children are sometimes now attacking teachers in school, emboldened by the handcuffing of teachers who, afraid to enforce rules, then “outsource” discipline to the police. But that’s about to change in his jurisdiction, said Sheriff Ivey of Brevard County, Florida. It’s not clear precisely what the new discipline standards will entail and how much of the new “stick” will be wielded by teachers and how much by cops, but Ivey seemed to be implying it would be a collaborative effort…