President Trump owns Mueller, the media and the Democrats … they just haven’t figured it out yet

Cry and Howl

I pray the visitors of C & H had a wonderful, safe and blessed Christmas holiday. Soon we’ll be starting a new year and I look forward to our President making America great again. We’ve witnessed some of the most bizarre behavior from the major media and the Democrat party. Before Hillary Clinton was soundly defeated and sent to the woods the media and her campaign colluded to take Trump out. They spread the most insidious lies and worked with highly placed  people in the FBI to make certain that there would be no President Trump. Oh the satisfaction garnered in their defeat! I have to admit, the morning of Nov. 9, 2016 brought a joy that will last this Texan a lifetime, but I digress.

Right now a special investigator named Robert Mueller is digging and digging, looking for a crime with which to charge President Trump with. It…

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Russia increased naval activity worrying NATO about undersea cables

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Russia’s undersea naval activity is at record levels, and NATO is worried about a crucial lifeline to the world

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Russian nuclear submarine Dmitry Donskoy sails under the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark on its way to Saint Petersburg, July 21, 2017.Scanpix Denmark/Sarah Christine Noergaard via Reuters

  • The US and NATO have noted increasing Russian naval activity around Europe in recent years.
  • That activity, particularly the submarine component, has sparked concern about the vulnerability of undersea cables connecting the global economy.
  • NATO and the US have responded, bolstering forces at sea and anti-submarine warfare efforts and shifting NATO commands.

Russian undersea naval activity in the North Atlantic has reached new levels, and NATO is worried that the undersea cables connecting North America and Europe and the rest of the world are being targeted.

“We are now seeing Russian underwater activity in the vicinity of undersea cables that I don’t believe we have ever seen,” US Navy Rear Adm. Andrew Lennon, commander of NATO’s submarine forces, told The Washington Post. “Russia is clearly taking an interest in NATO and NATO nations’ undersea infrastructure.”

Moscow’s subs appear to be interested in the privately owned lines that stretch across the seabed, carrying insulated fiber-optic cables. The cables are strewn across the world’s oceans and seas, carrying 95% of communications and over $10 trillion in daily transactions.

Blocking the flow of information through them could scramble the internet, while tapping into them could give eavesdroppers a valuable picture of the data flowing within. The cables are fragile and have been damaged in the past by ships’ anchors, though usually in areas were repairs are relatively easy.

Air Chief Marshal Stuart Peach, the UK’s defense chief, has also sounded alarm about Russia’s apparent focus on the undersea cables. “There is a new risk to our way of life, which is the vulnerability of the cables that criss-cross the seabeds,” he said earlier this month.

http://www.businessinsider.com/russia-increased-naval-activity-threatening-undersea-cables-2017-12

12 Days of Christmas

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I would like to thank all those who follow my blog, give likes or comments. It’s been an exciting year and I look forward to the next one. We have interviews, more videos, more reviews and reporting from the new shows of 2018 like Shot Show and Blade. We look forward to shows like Forged in Fire and some new ones to debut in 2018.

Also would like to share a favorite song of mine from Carroll Roberson, The 12 Days of Christmas. I included the video with lyrics to sing along. If you have never believed in Jesus, ask for forgiveness, receive Him, and make Him the Lord of your life. When you hear the words of this song, relalize He has some wonderful things in mind for you in this world and Forever after.

Merry Christmas!

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