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Sep 21 09:55

'I have been holding onto too many things': Billionaire Ron Perelman says he wants a 'less leveraged business life' and sells nearly everything he owns as the pandemic rocks his business empire

Billionaire Ron Perelman has revealed that he is parting ways with numerous assets that he no longer uses or even wants in order to live a more simpler life as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact his business empire.

Sep 21 09:47

Louisville federal buildings boarded up as city braces for decision on whether cops will face charges for Breonna Taylor's death

With a decision on whether or not to charge the police officers involved in Breonna Taylor's killing anticipated this week, some federal buildings have been boarded up and in-person hearings have gone remote in Louisville, Fox News reported.

Sep 21 09:44

Trump On SCOTUS Nomination: ‘Losing An Election Has Consequences’

As Democrats continue to assert that President Donald Trump should not move forward with a Supreme Court nomination until after the 2020 election, the president said “losing an election has consequences.”

Sep 21 09:43

DOJ Releases Details On Why 3 U.S. Cities Were Designated ‘Anarchist Jurisdictions’

The Department of Justice released details early on Monday morning explaining why three Democrat-controlled cities have been designated “anarchist jurisdictions.”

Sep 21 09:21

Taiwan says it has the right to retaliate after China sent its military planes into the sensitive strait area 40 TIMES in a deliberate 'threat of force'

The island's defence ministry said it was facing a 'high frequency of harassment and threat from the enemy's warships and aircraft' amid high tensions between Taipei and Beijing, which claims Taiwan as its own renegade territory.

China's People's Liberation Army flew 18 warplanes over the mid-line of the Strait on Friday, followed by another 19 on Saturday, while US envoy Keith Krach was visiting the island.

Beijing also ramped up its rhetoric today by warning the US against helping Taiwan and saying that support for its independence was 'doomed to fail'.

Sep 21 09:17

French carpenters raise a wooden truss as they painstakingly rebuild Notre Dame using 800-year-old techniques

A team of carpenters are using 800-year-old techniques to painstakingly rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral.

Sep 21 09:14

Richest one per cent of the world's population is responsible for more than TWICE as much carbon pollution as the poorest half, study shows

Researchers assessed the relationship between carbon emissions and individual income and found the top one per cent emits 5.4 gigatonnes of CO2 a year.

In contrast, the poorest half of the world — 3.1 billion people — emits just 2.5 gigatonnes, less than half that of the world's uber-wealthy.

Researchers say the posh penchant for private planes, jet-setting lifestyles and gas guzzling vehicles is driving inequality in carbon emissions, with the poorest likely to pay the heaviest price despite barely contributing to the ongoing climate crisis.

Sep 21 09:12


Trailer for COUP 53, a new documentary on the joint CIA-MI6 operation to overthrow the democratically elected government of Iran. The coup that toppled a democratically elected government in Iran in August 1953 and replaced it with a tyrannical monarchy that lasted 25 years was an intelligence operations whose effects are still felt to this day.

Sep 21 09:11

Names of EVERY passenger to have flown on Jeffrey Epstein's aircraft 'to be revealed "sparking panic among the pedophile's wealthy friends"'

Jeffrey Epstein's flight logs on his aircraft, including his 'Lolita Express' jet, have been subpoenaed, sparking fear among the rich and famous who partied with the pedophile.

The Attorney General in the US Virgin Islands, where the billionaire had a home and is said to have carried out many of his horrific crimes, has demanded to see the logs which document the passengers on his aircraft.

The logs on his four helicopters and three planes span from 1998 until his suicide in prison last year.

Sep 21 09:08

Sir Graham Brady accuses Boris Johnson of 'ruling by decree' and of treating the public 'like children' during coronavirus crisis as senior Tories demand they get a vote on any move to reimpose lockdown

Sir Graham Brady today accused Boris Johnson of 'ruling by decree' during the coronavirus crisis as Tory MPs demanded any move to reimpose lockdown is put to a vote in the House of Commons.

The chairman of the 1922 Committee of Conservative backbench MPs suggested the Government has been treating people 'as children' during the pandemic.

He is tabling an amendment which would require the Government to put any new lockdown measures to a vote of MPs.

Sep 21 09:07

Newspaper headlines: £10,000 fine 'for leaving house' and 'new Covid clampdown'By BBC News

Almost all the papers lead with the new fines for people who fail to self-isolate, which the Observer describes as a "carrot and stick" approach to tackling a second wave of Covid-19.

It says officials in the north of England have warned for months that people on low incomes have not been self-isolating because they can't afford to.

The Sunday Mirror welcomes the measures, but says they must be properly policed and not left to members of the public to "snitch on their neighbours".

The Sunday Times says Boris Johnson is expected to make a television address on Tuesday to announce a further tightening of the rules. It says "the prime minister is locked in a furious debate with his cabinet" about how strict the measures should be.

Sep 21 09:04

Coronavirus Victoria: Treasury economist resigns in protest at ‘police state’

A former economist at the Victorian Treasury Department has quit his job in protest at Daniel Andrews’ “police state”, penning a devastating op-ed slamming the government’s coronavirus response.

Sanjeev Sabhlok, who moved to Melbourne from India in 2001, resigned last week after being asked to remove a number of inflammatory social media posts criticising the state government.

Mr Sabhlok runs a blog and has a Twitter account with more than 3000 followers where he has railed against COVID-19 lockdowns, and in some cases called for politicians responsible to be jailed.

“These monsters need to be tried for crimes against humanity and shot,” Mr Sabhlok said in one post earlier this month, responding to a tweet by UK conservative commentator Suzanne Evans criticising a Labour MP in that country.

Sep 21 09:01

Second AstraZeneca volunteer reportedly suffers rare neurological condition, but UK company says it’s not related to vaccine

The first participant of the British trials – which are being conducted in conjunction with Oxford University – fell ill after receiving one dose of the experimental vaccine in July.

The female volunteer was later diagnosed with transverse myelitis, a rare inflammatory disease that affects the spinal cord, causing weakness, sensory alterations, and autonomic nervous-system dysfunction. The company’s spokeswoman later told the media the volunteer had undiagnosed multiple sclerosis, and the trials resumed.

The second female recipient of the vaccine suffered complications after the follow-up dose in September. AstraZeneca didn’t confirm her diagnosis, but a source told the New York Times it was also transverse myelitis.

Sep 21 09:01

The banks are in trouble yet again

Sep 21 08:55

First black woman to win Booker prize Bernadine Evaristo reveals she struggled with racial identity as a child and would cross the road to avoid being seen with her 'very dark-skinned' father

The first black woman to win a Booker prize, Bernadine Evaristo, has revealed that she struggled with racial identity as a child.

Sep 21 08:50

Furious New Yorkers paint a giant BLM-style 'f*** Cuomo and de Blasio' mural onto a Brooklyn street amid surge in crime in the city

New Yorkers sent a blunt message to their governor and mayor this weekend - by painting 'F*** Cuomo and de Blasio' in giant letters down a Brooklyn street.

The offensive graffiti appeared at around 1am on Saturday morning and stretched for almost an entire city block in a style similar to city-endorsed projects supporting the Black Lives Matter.

Earlier this summer NYC mayor Bill de Blasio approved BLM street murals at five city locations - which fast became a target for vandalism.

Sep 21 08:41

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: The Science Behind Why Face Masks Don’t Work. [Video]

Thanks to One America News, a new study from UCLA and Stanford University finds for the average 50-64-year-old, the chances of dying of Covid are one in 19.1 million, and the chances of contracting Covid are much lower than previously thought. People are vastly overestimating their chances of being infected and going to the hospital, especially here in America.

The average person in an average county has a one in 3,836 chance of contracting Covid and that’s without wearing a mask or doing any of the unscientific, high school science project of social distancing. Even the odds of being hospitalized are vanishingly small even in the “at risk” category. The chances of getting the virus and needing hospitalization are one in 852,000. These figures were from May, when the deaths were 16 times higher than they were last week.

Truth in Media’s Ben Swann released the following video titled “The science behind why face masks don’t work.“

Sep 21 08:34

Tyranny In America

Sep 21 08:34

Growing Up In 2020. (Picture)

Sep 21 08:33

Iran Says America Is Facing 'Maximum Isolation' As World Powers Dismiss US Claim That UN Sanctions Against The Country Are Back In Force

Iran said Sunday its arch-foe the United States is facing 'maximum isolation' after major powers dismissed a unilateral US declaration that UN sanctions on Tehran were back in force.

Sep 21 08:26

Exposed: There’s a new federal court to handle all the expected COVID vaccine-injury claims

The simple truth is: the US government is anticipating many people will be filing claims for compensation, when their family members are harmed or killed by a new COVID vaccine.

Of course, the government isn’t coming right out and admitting that.

The press will tout the usual excuses for injury and death. “He died from COVID, not the vaccine.” “Well, there was just one bad batch of vaccines.” “Because COVID is such a dire situation, and we’re rushing to save lives, a few mistakes are inevitable.”


Sep 21 08:25

Trump has closed the gap with Biden to just two points in 'must-win' swing state of Florida, new poll finds

A new poll suggests the race for the White House between Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump is getting closer in the battleground state of Florida with just a 2 point gap between the two candidates.

Sep 21 08:25

'If he holds a vote in 2020, we pack the court in 2021': Democrats threaten radical move to pack Supreme Court with extra justices if Trump's nomination goes through and they take the White House and the Senate

Democrats have threatened to pack the Supreme Court if Donald Trump's nomination gets confirmed ahead of the election, following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Sep 21 08:23

Trump bragged to Bob Woodward that he had broken 'every record' on appointing judges and only George Washington had appointed more

Donald Trump has boasted that he has broken 'every record' on the appointment of judges, stating that only George Washington did more 'because he appointed 100 per cent'.

Sep 21 08:20

The Senate race that could sway the Supreme Court confirmation: Arizona contest between GOP Rep. Martha McSally and Democrat Mark Kelly may give either party the crucial vote in the nomination process

Democrats and Republicans are closely monitoring the U.S. Senate special election in Arizona, which could decide how and when the vacant US Supreme Court seat is filled.

Sep 21 08:17

Senate Report On Biden-Ukraine Accusations To Drop Within Days

Senate Republicans are set to release their long-awaited report on Joe and Hunter Biden's activities in Ukraine, and is expected to conclude that Hunter Biden's lucrative seat the board of Ukrainian energy giant Burisma impacted Obama-era Ukraine policy, which was led by Joe Biden at the time, according to The Hill.

Sep 21 08:16

AOC and Chuck Schumer blast Mitch McConnell's 'blatant, nasty hypocrisy' over the Supreme Court pick and claim equality will 'go down the drain' if Trump gets his nominee before the election

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer have united to blast Mitch McConnell's 'blatant, nasty hypocrisy' over the Supreme Court pick and to urge voters to pressure GOP senators into delaying Donald Trump's nominee until after the election.

Sep 21 08:14

US govt orders federal agencies to patch dangerous Zerologon bug by Monday

The Department of Homeland Security's cybersecurity division has ordered federal civilian agencies to install a security patch for Windows Servers, citing "unacceptable risk" posed by the vulnerability to federal networks.

The DHS order was issued via an emergency directive, a rarely-used legal mechanism through which US government officials can force federal agencies into taking various actions.

The target of the DHS's latest emergency directive is CVE-2020-1472, a vulnerability also known as Zerologon.

The vulnerability is considered extremely dangerous, as it allows threat actors that have a foothold on an internal network to hijack Windows Servers running as domain controllers and effectively take over the entire network.

Sep 21 08:14

Lindsey Graham says he now supports Trump on confirming SCOTUS pick - contradicting comments he made in 2016 AND 2018 that a nominee should not be considered in an election year

Lindsay Graham has said he now supports Donald Trump in confirming a Supreme Court pick - contradicting comments he made in 2016 and 2018 that a nominee should not be considered in an election year.

Sep 21 08:13

Nancy Pelosi refuses to rule out impeaching Trump to stall a Supreme Court nomination as she accuses him of using SCOTUS vacancy to try to 'crush the affordable care act'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday refused to rule out pushing forward a privileged impeachment resolution that would have the effect of eating up Senate floor time and potentially stalling a Supreme Court nomination.

Sep 21 08:11

How Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, spent her final weeks devoted to family, friends, opera and her legal cases which she continued to work right up until her death

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's final weeks have been described by friends and relatives, who told of her remarkable vigor, and their shock at her death on Friday.

Sep 21 08:08

AOC, Progressives Rising: 'Very Telling' Event With Schumer Solidifies Who Runs Dems

On Sunday night Sen Chuck Schumer and Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez went all out against the administration and the President’s intentions of replacing RBG's seat in the supreme court.

The fact that two NY politicians were speaking together is not odd, what is are the subjects they covered. Aside from local political issues, Schumer and AOC spoke to the Supreme Court battle now.

In politics, someone with Senate Minority Leader Schumer's stature would never discuss, let alone defer to a freshman like AOC on national issues - Nancy Pelosi or a senior congressional leader like Judicial Committee Chair Jerry Nadler, who is also in NYC now, would have made a more typical selection. This clearly shows the power AOC has, and in fact, how much even the established democrats defer to the progressive wing.

Sep 21 08:07

Protesters Gather Outside Mitch McConnell's Kentucky Home To Demand He Stop Pushing Forward With SCOTUS Pick Following Death Of RBG

Protesters gathered outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's home on Saturday to demand he stop pushing forward with a new SCOTUS pick following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Sep 21 08:04

Joe Biden calls for Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee to be WITHDRAWN if he loses the election in November

Former Vice President Joe Biden appealed to Senate Republicans Sunday not to allow President Trump to 'jam' through' a Supreme court pick – and said if he himself wins in November, it should be he who gets to make the selection.

Sep 21 08:02

Thousands gather at vigils for RBG across the country as Democrats bring in more than $100million in donations and the parties go to war over the nomination

Thousands of mourners have gathered at vigils across America to pay their respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday after a battle with pancreatic cancer sparking a bitter war between Republicans and Democrats over her Supreme Court replacement.

Sep 21 08:01

Tropical Storm Beta heads towards Texas and Louisiana with 10million Americans given storm warnings for flooding and surges amid fears of up to 15 inches of rain along the Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Beta steamrolled through the Gulf of Mexico with forecasts of flooding, heavy rainfall and storm surges expected to inundate Southern states, leaving more than 10 million American under storm warnings.

Sep 21 07:58

CDC updates its guidance to warn coronavirus IS airborne and can spread through breathing with infected particles lingering in the air

The US Centers for Disease Control has admitted for the first time that coronavirus is airborne as it updated its guidelines on how the virus spreads.

Sep 21 07:48

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Tells Her Followers To "Fight From The Streets" To Block Trump SCOTUS Nomination

The announcement of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday night sent shockwaves through the nation, primarily because her passing opens up the opportunity for President Donald Trump to appoint an unprecedented third judge to the High Court in his first term.

Sep 21 07:47

'Terror has robbed us of judgement and fear has beaten facts': Bolt

On Monday, Premier Andrews said it was "a great day" as Victoria recorded only 11 new coronavirus infections and two deaths overnight.

“This is not just a good day, this is a great day,” the premier said.

Mr Bolt said while the deaths are tragic, "do we really lock up a millions of other people, particularly in Victoria, for 22 hours a day ... at such a human cost, at such a financial cost to stop someone in their one-hundreds from getting the virus".

"This does not make sense," he said.

Sep 21 07:41

Joe Biden maintains 8-point lead over Donald Trump in new poll - with those planning to vote by mail backing the former VP three-to-one

Former Vice President Joe Biden holds an eight-point lead over President Donald Trump in a new poll that has the president's approval rating underwater and Biden running up a huge lead among mail-in voters.

Sep 21 07:38

Trump accuses Virginia's Gov. Ralph Northam of wanting to legalize the post-birth 'execution' of infants in barrage of morning tweets before hitting the golf course - as early voting kicks off across the state

President Donald Trump went on a Sunday morning tweet storm before heading to his Virginia golf course – making an incendiary charge at the state's governor after huge lines of early voters in the states.

Sep 21 07:38

Bizarre moment Nancy Pelosi blurts out 'Good Morning, Sunday morning' after being asked about impeaching Trump over Supreme Court vote during ABC interview

Nancy Pelosi appeared to lost her train of thought and randomly blurted out 'Good morning, Sunday morning' during an interview on ABC's This Week.

Sep 21 07:36

Politics in a nutshell (Picture)

Sep 21 07:35

Bill Gates is 'optimistic the pandemic won't last indefinitely' and predicts the US will be 'back to normal' by the end of 2021 - but says the China travel ban 'accelerated the spread of the virus'

Bill Gates has said he is 'optimistic the pandemic won't last indefinitely' and predicts the United States will be 'back to normal' by the end of 2021.