Salmonella Outbreak Alert Includes Texas


FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The Centers for Disease Control launched a Salmonella outbreak alert for twelve states, including Texas.

The CDC says 47 people reported getting sick after eating yellow Maradol papayas. Twelve of those people were hospitalized, one died.

The CDC is recommending that people not eat, restaurants not serve, and retailers not sell any yellow Maradol papayas. If you are not sure if your papaya is part of the recall you should call the store where you bought it, if they do not know the CDC says “when in doubt throw it out.”

The alert does not include any information on which stores sold the papayas.

You can find full details on the recall by clicking on this link. [Full Source]

The Resistance


By Hal Lindsey

In today’s political climate, at almost any public venue in America, a speaker can instantly divide the audience into distinct camps with just two words … Donald Trump.

That name can be incendiary in churches, families, businesses, schools, and whole communities. The President’s detractors see him as destructive to all that makes America great. Meanwhile, his proponents think he’s going to “make America great again.” A recent report on viewer ratings for cable news, showed Sean Hannity and Rachel Maddow dominating. Hannity defends and promotes Trump with all his might day after day. Maddow attacks as hard as she can.

We are a divided nation.<!–more–>

ACTION NEEDED: ATTACK ON OUR CHILDREN


Matthew 18:6 But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.

Commentary

Please read the article linked below, watch the embedded video and then get out to take action! There needs to be so much outcry from the Christian community that this magazine is pulled from every shelf in the nation and no longer can be sold anywhere. I’m sure this is the exact type of material they had in Sodom before the Lord destroyed it.

If you want to contact Teen Vogue about this article call Customer Service toll-free at 800-274-0084.

May the Holy God of Israel bless and protect you.

Proverbs 11:3 The integrity of the upright shall guide them: but the perverseness of transgressors shall destroy them.

Hard Left/ Homosexuality

Activist Mommy Starts ‘Operation Pull Teen Vogue’ After Mag Peddles Sexual Perversion to Minors 07/19/17 This article shows just how bold the sodomites are! They feel free to target our children and indoctrinate them into sodomy! There is no restraint upon the Hard Left reprobates because God has turned them over to a reprobate mind for judgment…read more

Grand Canyon Experiments May Prove Noah’s Flood Happened 6,000 Years Ago


After a four-year court battle, a geologist has been granted permission to collect samples from the Grand Canyon which he hopes will prove that Noah’s flood took place less than 6,000 years ago. An MIT scholar, a religious Jew who combines Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism) and science, makes a strong case for the flood theory and pokes holes in its biggest opponent – the theory of evolution.

Dr. Andrew Snelling, the head geologist for Answers in Genesis, plans to conduct experiments, requiring collecting 50-60 half-pound rocks from the Grand Canyon National park, proving that the Grand Canyon was carved out of stone rapidly during the process that occurred as a result of the global flood during the time of Biblical Noah. Contrary to Snelling’s theory, most geologists believe that the Grand Canyon was the result of millions of years of erosion.<!–more–>

Debug Fresno, our first U.S. field study


Last October, we announced the Debug Project, an initiative at Verily to reduce the devastating global health impact that disease-carrying mosquitoes inflict on people around the world. Today, I’m happy to announce the launch of Debug Fresno, our first field study in the U.S. to test a potential mosquito control method using sterile insect technique in collaboration with MosquitoMate and Fresno County’s Consolidated Mosquito Abatement District (CMAD).

Debug Fresno will target the invasive Aedes aegypti mosquito, which can transmit diseases like Zika, dengue, and chikungunya. Aedes aegypti first appeared in the central valley of California in 2013, and since then has become pervasive in Fresno County. This study will be the largest U.S. release to-date of sterile male mosquitoes treated with Wolbachia, a naturally occurring bacterium, and will take place over a 20 week period in two neighborhoods each approximately 300 acres in size. When these sterile males mate with wild females the resulting eggs will not hatch. To measure our outcomes, we will compare the adult population density and egg hatching of Aedes aegypti in these targeted areas to two control neighborhoods. Over time, we hope to see a steep decline in the presence of Aedes aegypti in these communities.<!–more–>

70-year-old veteran fired after trying to stop shoplifters


PEARLAND, Texas (KTRK) — A 70-year-old veteran working at a Home Depot store tried to stop shoplifters taking thousands of dollars worth of merchandise, but his attempted intervention cost him his job.

Jim Tinney saw three men trying to run out of the store carrying tool sets last month. He said he reacted on reflex and threw a paint roller extension toward one shoplifter’s feet. The shoplifters weren’t hurt and got away.

“In the Army, they train you to do things like that,” Tinney said. “I just automatically went like this and threw the stick at their feet.”

Tinney said he thought it was over until two weeks later when he was fired. He admits his training at the store was clear – he should not confront shoplifters.<!–more–>