Trump’s Attorney General Says No to Transgendered Bathrooms, Forced Euthanasia in Holland, Detroit is Unhealthiest City in America

Wednesday, February 15th, in the year of our Lord 2017

By Adam McManus

Christian Man in India Frozen to Death and Denied Burial

In the small village of Kubuaa, India, Bartu Urawn and his wife were told to deny Christ. When the Urawns refused, they were forced to spent a cold winter night in a freezing pond from 5 p.m. to 10 a.m. with groups of villagers watching to ensure the couple didn’t leave the frigid water, reports Global Christian News.

The couple’s son, Beneswar, said, “The villagers kept asking my father if he is ready to forsake Christ. He reiterated every time, ‘I will not deny Christ…I will continue to believe till my last breath.’”

The elder Urawn fell ill after the freezing water caused nerve damage and later died. Beneswar attempted to bury his father, but villagers stood around the body with wooden sticks and were ready to attack anyone who attempted to bury him.

Dutch Doctor Gives Alzheimer’s Patient Lethal Injection While Her Family Holds Her Down

A Dutch doctor, carrying out a lethal injection on an elderly female Alzheimer’s patient, ordered her family to restrain her when she resisted, creating what even euthanasia advocates called a “horrible picture,” reports the National Catholic Register.

Although she never verbally requested to die, her husband and doctor made the decision for her, and the doctor ordered a sleeping drug, Dormicum, concealed in her coffee, “which she was not told about because she would have objected.”

The case in Amsterdam is one of several similar instances of resistance, including “a sex-abuse victim in her 20s, a 41-year-old alcoholic, a woman with ringing in her ears, and now an Alzheimer’s patient.”

National Security Adviser Michael Flynn Resigns

U.S. National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigned Monday night after conceding that he gave “incomplete information” about whether he discussed sanctions with Russia’s ambassador to Vice President Mike Pence. Such conversations would breach diplomatic protocol and possibly violate the Logan Act, a law aimed at keeping private citizens from conducting U.S. diplomacy, reports Fox News.

The president, after accepting Flynn’s resignation overnight, tweeted yesterday morning that, “The real story here is why are there so many illegal leaks coming out of Washington?”

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Ends Government Support of Obama’s Bathroom Bill

Common sense has returned to the Justice Department! Under the leadership of the new Attorney General Jeff Sessions, our government will no longer defend President Obama’s order that public schools allow boys who say they’re girls into girls’ restrooms and showers, reports

In Palatine, Illinois, where girls were so afraid to change in the locker room that they wore their gym clothes under their school clothes, the Trump administration’s move is a positive step, said Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council.  He noted, that “No child’s innocence should be sacrificed on the altar of political correctness.”

Genesis 5:2 says, “God created them male and female and blessed them.”

Georgetown University Professor Says Slavery Isn’t Morally Evil

Jonathan Brown, a Georgetown University professor who teaches about Islamic civilization, gave a bizarre and disturbing lecture questioning why anyone agonizes over the morality of slavery, reports

“Slavery cannot just be treated as a moral evil in and of itself because slavery doesn’t mean anything. The moral evil is extreme forms of deprivation of rights and extreme forms of control and extreme forms of exploitation. I don’t think it’s morally evil to own somebody because we own lots of people all around us and we’re owned by people.”

Brown addressed the International Institute for Islamic Thought – an organization with suspected ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

Indian and French Governments Place Restrictions on Cash Spending

Jim Rogers, an American businessman who made his name in the 1970s after founding a top-performing fund with George Soros, has prophesied the death of cash and total government control of spending, reports the MacroVoices Podcast.

Rogers noted that “the Indians recently … withdrew 86 percent of the currency in circulation, and they have now made it illegal to spend more than … $4,000 in any cash transaction. In France, you cannot use more than $1,000.”

“Governments love it. Then they can control you.”

WalletHub Rates San Francisco as the Healthiest of 150 Most Populated American Cities

According to WalletHub, Detroit is the unhealthiest city in America, and San Francisco is the healthiest in a study of the country’s 150 most populated cities.

To reach their findings, WalletHub graded each city using 34 categories split among four groups: health care, food, fitness, and green space.

Since participating in sexually perverted behavior, which leads to illness and premature death, was not on the politically correct list of categories, San Francisco’s first place finish appears dubious.

Romans 1:26-27 says, “For their women exchanged natural relations for those that are contrary to nature; and the men likewise gave up natural relations with women and were consumed with passion for one another, men committing shameless acts with men and receiving in themselves the due penalty for their error.”

“Celebrity Apprentice” Finale Falls Flat

Perhaps President Trump wishes he could still host NBC’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice’, since the franchise’s finale with Arnold Schwarzenegger was dead last among the big four networks. NBC might be telling Schwarzenegger,

“Hasta la vista, baby!”

ACLJ Urges UN Human Rights Council to Acknowledge Genocide of Religious Minorities

The American Center for Law and Justice has asked the United Nations Human Rights Council why it continues to be silent and refuses to formally identify Christians and other religious minorities as victims of genocide at the hands of the Islamic State terror group, despite well-documented evidence, reports the Christian Post.

The ACLJ noted that despite filing an urgent testimony nine months ago at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights explaining the various horrors have faced, including beheadings, crucifixions, enslavement, rape, forced conversion, and other forms of violence, a formal recognition of the genocide is still lacking.

AFA Urges President Trump to Protect Religious Freedom

In just a week, 100,000 citizens have now signed an American Family Association petition urging President Donald Trump to protect religious liberties by signing an executive order.

Tim Wildmon said, “AFA wants to ensure that the president and his administration will keep this crucial issue front and center, especially as many Americans have paid a hefty price for fighting for their religious liberties, such as losing their businesses, savings and more. Now, we urge President Trump to keep his promise to protect people of faith from religious discrimination.”

Chinese Businessman Wants to Acquire Millennium Films

Founded in 1996, Los Angeles-based Millennium Films produced the three “Expendables” movies starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger which have totaled more than $800 million worldwide. Now a Chinese businessman, Tony Xia, who holds a doctorate from Harvard University, seeks to acquire Millennium Films, reports Bloomberg News.

Chinese money has financed Hollywood blockbusters including installments of the “Transformers,” Mission: Impossible,” and “Fast & Furious” franchises.

One Chinese conglomerate, Dalian Wanda Group, went on a buying spree to become the largest theater operator in the U.S. and also paid $3.5 billion for its own American film production house, Legendary Entertainment.

But as China’s foray into Hollywood deepens, some U.S. lawmakers have called greater scrutiny over such deals.

Brazilian Town Starts Up Socialist Wealth Redistribution Program

In Marica, Brazil, a seaside town of about 150,000 people near Rio de Janeiro, the left-wing municipal government has embraced a socialist redistribution of wealth, reports AFP News. The town’s 14,000 poorest families will get an additional $3.20 per month on top of their $27 monthly welfare check.

Opposition politician Filippe Poubel denounced the foolishness, saying, “People want to work, they want to earn their income with dignity. They would be a lot happier if the mayor would create jobs and offer them decent hospital care.”

Democrats Resist Chelsea Clinton Running for President

They weren’t ready for Hillary, and now they’re definitely not ready for her daughter, Chelsea Clinton.

The activists who fueled Sen. Bernard Sanders‘ presidential bid last year and who have become the raging heart of the party as it seeks to rebuild itself, shudder at the thought of the 36-year-old daughter of the former president and secretary of state searching for a race of her own, reports the Washington Times.

Former Secretary of Department of Homeland Security Used Unsecured Email

Following in Hillary Clinton’s footsteps, another Obama appointee used private email for work, according to the non-partisan government watchdog outfit Judicial Watch.

Through a Freedom of Information Act request, they reveal 216 pages of documents of emails from Jeh Johnson, the former Department of Homeland Security Secretary, and three other top staffers.

And perhaps the biggest finding was the fact that Homeland Security, under Obama’s White House, claimed to be the bastion of solid cybersecurity while using unsecured, private web-based email accounts that the Department had officially prohibited.

College Students Wear White Puzzle Piece Pins to Remind Them of White Privilege

Students at Elizabethtown College this month are wearing white pins in the shape of puzzle pieces to remind them of their white privilege, reports

Organizer Aileen Ida, president of the College Democrats, said white people are continually allowing for a societal system of oppression to occur unless they work against it, nothing that “no matter how accepting someone is, that doesn’t stop them from being part of a system based on centuries of inequality.”

Trump Could Potentially Appoint Half the Federal Judiciary

Conservatives are itching to counter eight years of former President Obama’s appointments. During his two terms and despite Senate sluggishness, he appointed about 40 percent of the federal judiciary, reports the New York Times.

Currently, 112 of the 870 authorized federal judgeships with lifetime appointments remain vacant. But it’s not just vacancies. The federal bench has many judges who are older than 70. If all the federal judges who are eligible take senior status during President Trump’s first term, he could appoint half of the federal bench.

Singer Who Attended Grammy Awards in “Make America Great Again” Dress Gets Skyrocketing Sales

A singer who dressed for Sunday night’s Grammy Awards in a gown that proclaimed “Make America Great Again” on the front and “Trump” on the back has seen the sales of her music skyrocket at least 18 million percent in one day, reports

Joy Villa’s album “I Make The Static” instantly jumped to light speed, soaring to No. 1 on the U.S. iTunes album sales chart, as well as No. 1 on Amazon’s top digital albums.

Apple Stock at All-Time High in Expectation of New iPhone

Apple stock hit a new all-time high of $700 billion on Monday, driven by investor optimism that the launch of a new iPhone in September will spark a sales “supercycle”, reports the Financial Times. The new iPhone will be a brand new design featuring an edge-to-edge organic light-emitting screen and wireless charging.

School District in Texas Considers Having Students Serve as Janitors

Could Frisco, Texas schools soon use students as janitors? It’s just one cost-cutting idea under consideration, reports the Dallas Morning News.

That’s one of several suggestions from volunteers trying to help the nearly 60,000-student school district deal with a budget shortfall brought on by a loss of state funding combined with voters’ rejection last August of a tax rate hike.

And that’s the World View in Five Minutes.