A 56-year-old Mexican national attempted to smuggle a massive haul of narcotics totaling 415.61 pounds and worth over $2.5 million but was intercepted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The incident occurred two weeks ago at the Tecate Port of Entry along the San Diego-Tijuana border but information has only just been announced by CBP. … Continue reading 400 Pounds Of Meth, Cocaine, And Heroin Worth $2.56 Million Seized In One Border Sting
The amount of fentanyl seized by the Montana Highway Patrol just months into 2022 has already surpassed the 2021 total, MHP Colonel Steve Lavin said in a Thursday press release. According to the release, troopers confiscated 12,079 fentanyl pills through March 15, 2022, compared to just 3,800 in 2021. Arrests are also rising. Between 2018 … Continue reading Amount of fentanyl seized in 2022 surpasses 2021 total
The wireless future is here. The model ostensibly turns human beings, via nano-implants, into antennas that can transmit information. They’re turning human beings into quasi-machines. Under this transhumanist agenda, the idea is to place nanotech inside our bodies we can communicate in real-time with the Smart Grid powered by way of 5G. The 4th Industrial Transhumanist … Continue reading How It All Fits Together: Covid, 5G, Nanotech, Transhumanism & Charles Lieber.
By Dave Daubenmire “First do no harm.” That is one of the basic tenants of what is called the Hippocratic Oath. It was once at the foundation of all medical care. You can find more information on the Oath here. Although the Oath may not hold legal standing in the medical field today, most of the … Continue reading The Doctors are Killing Americans
Tablets of opioid painkiller Oxycodon delivered on medical prescription. (Eric Baradat/AFP via Getty Images) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has proposed new opioid prescribing guidelines that will drop its prior recommendation of specific limits on doses of opioid painkillers when treating chronic pain patients, among other changes. The proposed update seeks to amend the … Continue reading CDC Proposes New Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids, Dropping Specific Dosage Recommendations
This undated photo provided by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation shows fake Oxycodone pills that are actually fentanyl that were seized and submitted to bureau crime labs. Street fentanyl is increasingly dangerous to users, with thousands of deaths in recent years blamed on the man-made opiate. But police say officers are at risk, too, because … Continue reading San Diego Man Gets 25 Years for Selling Fentanyl Pills, Leading to Fatal Overdose
Hello Fellow Pilgrims! Even though our brief residency in this trial-filled age is full of grief and sorrow, we hope that you are still resting and abiding in Christ, our Risen and Living Hope (1 Pet. 1:3). As you continue to eagerly seek Him and wait for His soon return, we have provided the second … Continue reading Gird Up And Get Ready For… GRACE!
A service in Pittsburgh for people who died of drug overdoses.Nate Guidry/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP A rising death tollDrug overdoses now kill more than 100,000 Americans a year — more than vehicle crash and gun deaths combined. Sean Blake was among those who died. He overdosed at age 27 in Vermont, from a mix of … Continue reading Good morning. Overdoses are increasing at a troubling rate.
Most Americans recognize the phrase “the Devil made me do it,” from Flip Wilson who hosted a smash comedy show in the 1970’s. That was back when people were permitted to say funny things no matter whom it might offend. Funny was, and still is, funny. It is just that the Lefties are too boorish … Continue reading The Devil Made Me Do It
Mothers Against Drug Deaths hold a chain and posters in front of the Tenderloin Linkage Center in San Francisco on Feb. 5, 2022. (Cynthia Cai/The Epoch Times) SAN FRANCISCO—A small group of women stood together in front of San Francisco’s Tenderloin Linkage Center near the United Nations Plaza at Civic Center on Feb. 5 to express … Continue reading Mothers Oppose Alleged Open Drug Use in San Francisco’s New Linkage Center