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January 1, 2016

Jan 01 08:48

Architect Richard Gage meets 9/11 Truth Skeptic Noam Chomsky, presents him with peer-reviewed papers on 9/11

Before we left Boston to conclude our tour, we had occasion to meet with distinguished MIT professor and vociferous opponent of 9/11 Truth Noam Chomsky. We hope this smart scholar will one day allow himself to see past his world view just enough to open-mindedly review the evidence of controlled demolition that the 9/11 Truth community has peppered him with for many years now.

During our historic visit with Prof. Chomsky, we presented him with more than 70 peer-reviewed papers on the subject of 9/11 in an effort to show him that we have indeed done our work in the academic community. Many of the papers include the explosive evidence of the destruction of the three WTC skyscrapers.

Jan 01 08:47


Exposing Police Brutality Doggie Style

Jan 01 08:45

U.S. Accused Of Smuggling 2000 ISIS Fighters Out Of Ramadi

The Iraqi Army, the Counter Terrorism units, the Federal police, and Anbar tribes entered the city of Ramadi that was occupied by the self-proclaimed “Islamic State” group (ISIS) for several months. To their biggest surprise, only a few bodies of the terrorist group were found when intelligence gathering by the U.S led coalition and the Iraqi intelligence service confirmed the presence of around 2000 fighters in the city until days before the final assault. Six ISIS fighters were arrested while trying to flee Ramadi among the 442 civilians who left the city one day before the final assault on the city center.

The same phenomena of “ISIS evaporation” was registered in Sinjar when 7500 Kurds, supported by the U.S Air Force, occupied the key northern Iraqi city, finding a very small number of ISIS fighters in it.

So where did all these ISIS fighters go to?

Jan 01 08:31

FLASHBACK - The little case that threatened the entire Banking system.

And that is the case and the opinion that quite literally set off a sh**storm. Why? Because it very simply explained the fraud that is Banking. And when given the undisputed facts, the jury had quite RIGHTLY found that there is no actual consideration given by the Bank because the bank just creates the money out of thin air. It doesn’t actually LEND MONEY IT HAS so the contract is not valid!

Do you see how dangerous this case is? Under no circumstances can these ideas become known or discussed openly as anything even POSSIBLY legitimate. It Had to be “erased” and found to be “kookery”.

Think of the implications otherwise. A jury of regular people had been told the truth about what banks clearly do EVERYDAY and they saw that it is nothing but fraud. Nobody has agreed to allow banks to create money out of thin air. The mortgages and other loans the bank’s make do not have any actual consideration!

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Banks create money out of thin air and loan it to you at interest. You are not allowed to create money out of thin air to pay it back, but must work for someone who has money to pay you with. By this simple mechanism do the private central bankers keep us all slaves!

Jan 01 08:26

Pope Francis On 'World Day of Peace': "We ask how long human evil will continue to sow violence and hatred in our world, reaping innocent victims?"

At Mass on New Years Day, Pope Francis said in his homily: "The fullness of time seems to fade before the countless forms of injustice and violence which daily wound our human family. Sometimes we ask ourselves how it is possible that human injustice persists unabated, and that the arrogance of the powerful continues to demean the weak, relegating them to the most squalid outskirts of our world. We ask how long human evil will continue to sow violence and hatred in our world, reaping innocent victims. How can the fullness of time have come when we are witnessing hordes of men, women and children fleeing war, hunger and persecution, ready to risk their lives simply to encounter respect for their fundamental rights? A torrent of misery, swollen by sin, seems to contradict the fullness of time brought by Christ. Remember, dear pueri cantores, this was the third question you asked me yesterday: how do we explain this… even children are aware of this."

Jan 01 08:23


Data suggests that 6% of the U.S. population is harboring a retrovirus in their bodies that can develop into an acquired immune deficiency. This is not the well-known AIDS caused by HIV, but Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) associated with other retroviruses.

These non-HIV retroviruses were unintentionally introduced into humans over the past 75 years. It began with trials of polio vaccines and yellow fever vaccines given in the early 1930s. This is when the first recorded cases of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and autism appeared. It involved the use of laboratory mice to prepare vaccines for human use. [1]

20 Million Americans Likely Infected with Retroviruses

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This supports the theory that HIV was also an accidental laboratory creation during the smallpox vaccinations campaign when cowpox taken from cows also infected with bovine leukemia were cultured on livers taken from sheep with the visna virus in poorly run African vaccine factories. HIV bears structural similarities to both bovine leukemia and sheep visna and appears to be a combination of the two.

Jan 01 08:19

Israel bans novel on Arab-Jewish romance from schools for 'threatening Jewish identity'

The Israeli government has banned schools from teaching children about a book about a love affair between a Jewish woman and a Palestinian man.

'Borderlife' will not be allowed in the Israeli curriculum because of apparent fears it could encourage Jews to marry people who are not Jewish.

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"But anyone who says we are being racist is just a filthy Jew-hating anti-Semite who wants Hitler to come back and gas Jewish babies in the ovens! WE MUST PRESERVE OUR RACIAL HYGIENE! But the rest of you cattle, just blend together in Europe and America because you don't need a sense of racial identity ... because your races are clearly inferior and not worth worrying about!" -- Nodding Yahoo

Jan 01 08:16


Happy New Year from Carlos Latuff

Jan 01 08:15


Jan 01 08:14

IBM ran the Nazi slave-labor camps!

Jan 01 08:10

Chaos in Carson campaign as top aides resign

Campaign manager Barry Bennett and communications director Doug Watts both resigned, as Carson's operation struggles to regain momentum.

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Jan 01 07:49

Tel Aviv Diary: A Downbeat End to the Israeli Year

It is no secret that most Tel Aviv residents were hoping for a different outcome from the election that took place last February, particularly since polls in the weeks prior to the vote predicted a very different result, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu losing. Thus, the shock and sense of defeat over the ultimate election results dealt a severe blow for those who hoped for a change at the top.
Note: Israel's days are numbered it has been exposed as a bunch of thugs, terrorists and murders. Farewell!

Jan 01 06:56

Fr. Coughlin's New Years Day Message, 1933: Not Despair, But Hope Of 'Understanding The Flagrant Financial Abuse Of The Rothschild System'

On January 1, 1933, Father Charles E. Coughlin broadcast his New Year's Day message to the American people. He spoke of "the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few, a system of unbridled financial control...No longer shall an awakened American public be lulled into inactivity by empty promises which are impotent to contradict present facts." Coughlin continued, "On the one side shall stand the arrayed and determined forces whose watchword is love. On the other, the entrenched powers of those who believe in exploitation. Time and time again I have enunciated the principle that money must never be used as a medium of control despite the fact that Rothschilds advocated this very thing. You can't keep that philosophy and be a Christian. Time and time again I have brought before this audience that money must not obstruct the exchange of food and clothing and shelter and the necessities of life, although today every High School boy understands that this very thing is happening..

Jan 01 06:50

Jewish Religions and The Prospect of Dissent

In reality, the first Jews invented a God who chose them over all other people. For some reason this God is occasionally cruel, often non-ethical and as if this were not enough, not exactly a nice father. The Jewish God doesn’t even allow his people to call him by name. One may wonder what led the first Jews to invent such a horrid father figure. One may further question what led the Jews to sustain their ‘relationship’ with such an obnoxious father. The answer is surprisingly simple. They don’t.

From Gilad Atzmon

Jan 01 05:52

The Realist Report New Year’s Update - By John Friend

First off, Happy New Year! This year has gone by fast – some ups, some downs; many challenges, even more opportunities. It’s been an interesting year, to say the least, especially following my abrupt forced resignation from my position with the City of Escondido. Being forced out of my job was bound to happen given my independent journalistic activities and the political, racial, and historical perspectives I publicly (and proudly!) espouse. I certainly did not anticipate the manner in which it all happened though. The entire experience, which is still ongoing, has been extremely eye opening, and has only further reinforced the beliefs I currently hold and the mission I am currently on.

Jan 01 05:06

A Look Back at 2015 Protests in Los Angeles - slideshow w/music

From my friend photographer Mike Chickey in Los Angeles: A look back at 2015 - slideshow w/music. Happy New Year!

Jan 01 04:37

3 important issues to keep an eye on in 2016

December 31, 2015

Dec 31 21:32

The Truth About Crime - Stefan Molyneux

welfare drives criminality - not poverty, not unemployment

Dec 31 20:25

2015: The Year Police Killings in America Were Counted

what gets measured gets attention

Dec 31 20:15

Erin Brockovich: California Methane Gas Leak is Worst U.S. Environmental Disaster Since BP Oil Spill

In the nation’s biggest environmental disaster since the BP oil spill, a runaway natural gas leak above Los Angeles has emitted more than 150 million pounds of methane. Thousands of residents in the community of Porter Ranch have been evacuated and put in temporary housing. The fumes have caused headaches and nosebleeds.

Dec 31 20:15

Cleared for Release, Pentagon Obstruction Prolongs Hunger-Striking Gitmo Prisoner’s Nightmare

A new Reuters exposé shows the Pentagon has thwarted the Obama administration’s efforts to close Guantánamo by imposing bureaucratic hurdles to delay or derail prisoners’ release.

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Dec 31 19:43

10 Good Things About the Not-So-Great Year 2015

It would certainly be easy to do a piece about 10 horrible events from 2015 — from the ongoing war in Syria and the refugee crisis to the terrorist attacks in Beirut, Paris, and San Bernardino and the rise of Donald Trump and Islamophobia.

Dec 31 19:30

Responsible State Trooper's 4-Year-Old Plays With Loaded Gun At Home, Kills Himself

A 4-year-old boy is dead after accidentally shooting himself with a privately owned firearm that he found in his Bethel State Trooper Housing home in Alaska.

Dec 31 19:30

Kurdish cooperation against ISIS vital: Iraqi PM visits retaken Ramadi

Iraq Deputy PM said that taking on ISIL in Mosul will demand full commitment from all sides, but will be impossible without the involvement of Kurdish forces.

Dec 31 19:29

Texan Police Display 'In God We Trust' On Cars, 'Go Fly A Kite' Is Their Response To Opposition

One Texas law enforcement agency decided to display “In God We Trust” on its patrol cars, telling opposition to “go fly a kite.”

The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent letters to the police department in Childress, Texas, objecting to the "In God We Trust" decals, reports KTVT.

Dec 31 18:01

Republicans fast to object to NSA spying when it involves Israel

The Sayanim in Congress are "concerned". Methinks the panic is about what they were saying to the Israelis. It would show their servitude to a foreign government.

It seems the NSA have all of Israel's dirty little secrets.


Dec 31 17:57

The New Year celebrations tainted by terror: Munich evacuates train stations over 'imminent' threat as European capitals scrap firework displays and police guard cities from Sydney to New York

Terror threats loomed alongside fireworks over European capitals as they welcomed in the New Year, with an unprecedented police presence guarding cities from Sydney to New York.

Panic spread across the German city of Munich on New Year's Eve after police warned of an 'imminent threat' of a terror attack, as crowds of people flocked to the city centre to welcome in the New Year.

Two railway stations - the city's main station and the Pasing station - were evacuated after indications of a planned attack which would target party-goers in the city.

Across Europe, capital cities were on high security alert, with Brussels and Paris both scrapping fireworks for New Year's celebrations.


Dec 31 17:08

(VIDEO) Ron Paul: Predictions In Due Time

Watch Rep. Ron Paul's stunning predictions made way back in 2002...

Dec 31 16:35

Prosecutors in Tamir Rice Case Accused of Rigging Grand Jury to Clear 2 Officers with Troubled Past

After the grand jury’s decision not to indict, Tamir Rice’s mother Samaria Rice accused the prosecutor of “deliberately sabotag[ing] the case.

Dec 31 16:17

New Year Address to the Nation

In a few moments, we will see in the New Year of 2016. The sensation of this wonderful moment between the past and the future is familiar since childhood. We look forward to it with joy, hope and excitement, believing in the best. Traditionally, we celebrate it with our families, with all our near and dear ones. Of course, not all manage to see the New Year in with their families... We are grateful to all those who are always on their post, day and night, weekdays and holidays. Today, I would like to extend special greetings to those of our service members who are fighting international terrorism, defending Russia’s national interests at distant frontiers, showing their willpower, determination and staunchness. Though, these are the qualities we need all the time, whatever we are doing.

Dec 31 16:09

The Days of Lying to Protect Killer Cops Are Numbered

Right around Thanksgiving, the city of Chicago released a dash-cam video showing the cold-blooded murder of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald at the hands of a Chicago Police Department officer.

Dec 31 16:06

‘I helped create ISIS’: Iraqi war veteran speaks out

Former US marine has made the revelation that he helped create ISIS. Vincent Emanuelle wrote the claim in an article recounting his tours in Iraq.

Dec 31 16:04

6,000 Cops, Checkpoints, Snipers, K-9s – Celebrating the New Year in a Police State

By Andrew Emett

Like an Orwellian wet dream come to life, the NYPD has announced that more than 6,000 cops will be herding Times Square attendees into spectator pens this New Year’s Eve while violating their Fourth Amendment right prohibiting unreasonable searches and seizures. Instead of deterring further acts of violence, the excessive show of force merely reinforces the notion that the terrorists have already won by utilizing fear to turn the state against its own people...

Dec 31 15:45

2015 Winner Of The Award For Reverse Excellence

By Brandon Turbeville

Toward the end of every year, it has become a Western tradition to initiate the proceedings of a “round up” or “best of” of the people, events, and products of the year and attempt to crown a number of individuals with awards for the most accomplished, best dressed, most influential, or most creative of that year. The world of politics and government is no different.

However, while politicians and government officials are awash with awards and backslapping trophies, there still exists no official award provided to them at the end of the year for their life’s accomplishments and those made over the past 12 months. It is clearly time to change this...

Dec 31 15:44

Jerusalem Isn't the Capital of the Jews

Research shows that Jerusalem has existed for about 4,000 years. During the first 1,000 it had no connection to the Jewish people.

Dec 31 15:35

Connecticut Reporter Resigns After Boss “Pimps Out Paper” to Billionaire GOP Donor Sheldon Adelson

A Connecticut newspaper reporter has resigned after alleging gross misconduct by ownership on behalf of billionaire Republican donor.

Dec 31 15:22

Part I: Tamir Rice Family “In Shock” After Grand Jury Clears Police for Fatally Shooting Boy

An Ohio grand jury has decided there will be no charges in the fatal shooting of 12-year-old African-American boy Tamir Rice.

Dec 31 15:19

Kurdish Crackdown: Thousands protest against Turkey curfews

Turkish police have dispersed thousands of Kurdish protesters in Diyarbakir, Turkey’s biggest Kurdish town, who demanded an end to curfews imposed less than a month ago in several towns in the country’s southeast.

Dec 31 14:01

UN supports sovereignty for Palestine and slams Israel

Stuart Littlewood hails the UN General Assembly resolution reaffirming the Palestinian and Syrian peoples’ sovereignty over their natural resources in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian and Syrian territories.

Dec 31 13:56


The new "Autism", titled "Microcephaly" has destroyed more than 2,400 Brazilian newborn babies en utero in only the past 2 months with ZERO DESTROYED IN THE MONTHS PRIOR and is stated to be caused when a pregnant mother is bitten by the mosquito carried African zika virus, which recently "made it's debut" in Brazil in 2015. But the pattern of symptoms does not match the virus which has been proven to have infected humans since 1954 and has never previously been associated with shrunken brains in newborn babies, nor does the geographic propagation pattern match the natural propagation pattern of a mosquito carried virus that would cause undersized brains in newborn babies if it really did exist.

This "shrunken brain" issue in newborns was just suddenly in Brazil as if someone flipped a switch, and the only way that could really happen is via the sudden arrival of a new brain destroying MMR vaccine, which all pregnant Latin American women are strongly encouraged to get before week 22 of pregnancy. This perfectly matches the probable arrival of the real culprit - a tainted MMR vaccine, which if administered in May (when this virus supposedly arrived) would be causing precisely the shrunken newborn baby brain problems Brazilians are having now, right on schedule.

Dec 31 13:34

Flashback: Rose Parade attendees surrender 4th Amendment rights in bizzare police squad program

Nicknamed "Parade Watch", the program consists of 50 volunteers trained by local police to "be on the lookout for suspicious activity" . In order to help "look out for the bad guys", participation in the program requires citizens to sign a form agreeing that their own vehicle can be searched.

Dec 31 13:02

The GOP’s Pro-Corporate Prescription

The conventional wisdom in Washington is that tax breaks for corporations lead to economic growth. Tax assistance for working families, on the other hand, may help them make ends meet, but it doesn’t have much impact on the economy.

Dec 31 12:55

BEX alert: Government Propagandist-In-Chief Condemns Political Incorrectness As "The Furthest Thing From Brave"

people are only being incorrect to fit in goes the tricksy thinking from the Nudger

Dec 31 12:47

Is WP’s Cohen Dumbest Columnist?

Granted it would be quite a competition, but is Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen the dumbest columnist ever?

For instance, in his June 19, 2007 op-ed, Cohen joined the neoconservative media riot over the 30-month jail sentence facing former White House aide I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby.

Dec 31 12:02

20,000 cows dead in New Mexico blizzard

AGWEB is reporting up to 20,000 cows may be dead due to the New Mexico blizzard. I never thought I would hear the words ‘New Mexico blizzard’….

Dec 31 11:59

Inferno at 63-story luxury hotel in Dubai near New Year’s Eve fireworks display

Pictures emerge on Twitter showing The Address Downtown Dubai hotel engulfed in flames. The building that hosts the 5-star hotel is 302 meters tall and is located not far from the New Year's Eve fireworks display.

It was not immediately clear what caused the fire, which covered at least 20 stories of the building near the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper, AP reports.

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"Any second that building is going to collapse into its own footprint. just like building 7. Any second. Any second. Any second now. This fire's much worse than building 7. Gonna come right down. Any second now. Any second now. Any second now. "

Dec 31 11:46

Dangerous Punditry on Syria

Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen has built a long record of getting nearly every major issue wrong over many decades but still eagerly dispenses the latest conventional wisdom emerging from Official Washington’s misguided “group thinks,” as ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar noticed regarding Syria.

Dec 31 11:38

How Desperately Does NYT Want to Take Down Donald Trump?

Has NYT not realized yet that Trump followers hate the establishment media and that attempts by MSM to show inaccuracies in Trump comments only serve to strengthen Trump followers resolve in supporting him? A hairspray story? Puhleez. That NYT would report on Trump's hairspray comments just reinforces the view that NYT is out to get him. What is most funny about the story is that NYT is reporting it. It is a silly item made funnier by the obvious desperation of NYT to get something negative to stick against Trump.

Dec 31 11:28

Syrian army regains control of key city of Daraa

Syrian army forces managed to enter the city off Daraa, taking it back from Al-Qaeda affiliated Al-Nusra front militants.

Dec 31 11:28

The Collapse of WTC 1: Madrid Exposes a Fundamental Flaw

The above indicates that at least 50% of WTC 1's core was intact after Flight 11 hit the building, and the fact that the building remained standing proves the intact core columns could support the weight of floors above the impact level without problems.

This leaves a quandary because we are told that the 800ºC temperatures which the Windsor Building's core columns withstood for 18 hours wrecked the intact core columns of WTC 1 in only 85 minutes.

Okay, let's assume that some of WTC 1's remaining core columns of were damaged by the plane impact, maybe this could account for the quick collapse of the building. Well, this might be plausible if an 800ºC fire burned at the airliner impact level, but these temperatures did not exist inside WTC 1.

Dec 31 11:23

Fire at 63-Story Luxury Hotel in Dubai Nr Massive New Year's Eve Fireworks Display (IMAGES)

It ought to be collapsing at any moment now; right?!

Dec 31 11:22

ISIS Terrorist Opens Fire in Russia

Dec 31 11:18

Fire at 63-story luxury hotel in Dubai nr massive New Year's Eve fireworks display (IMAGES)

Pictures emerge on Twitter showing The Address Downtown Dubai hotel engulfed in flames. The building that hosts the 5-star hotel is 302 meters tall and is located not far from the New Year's Eve fireworks display.

It was not immediately clear what caused the fire, which covered at least 20 stories of the building near the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper, AP reports.

Burning debris rained down from the building as firetrucks raced to the scene.

No injuries have yet been reported.


Dec 31 11:16

Politician who highlighted abuse claims against the British elite

exposed in Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper for sexting 17 year old woman
Labour MP Simon Danczuk asked a 17-year-old girl if she wanted to be 'spanked' and told her he was 'horny' and aroused in a series of lewd messages, it was revealed today. Sophena Houlihan said she was targeted by the 49-year-old father-of-two after asking him for a job in his Rochdale constituency office.

Dec 31 11:14

Turkey’s Week-Long Offensive Kills 200 Rebels, 150 Civilians

Turkey has been engaged in a war against the PKK for months now, but really picked up the pace in the past week, imposing full-scale curfews on Kurdish towns in the southeast, and engaging in increasingly indiscriminate shelling and sniper fire against those population centers.

The past week, according to rights groups, has seen about 200 rebels killed, along with 150 slain civilians. This sort of huge civilian toll is only adding to opposition Kurdish groups who were previously peaceful but are increasingly endorsing the rebellion as just resistance.

The Erdogan government has ruled out allowing the Kurds or anyone else carving an independent state out of Turkish soil, but as the fighting grows so too do the calls for self-rule in Kurdistan, and less and less faith in Turkey ever treating the Kurdish minority equitably.

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In its serial genocide against its Kurdish minority, the Turkish government has created the situation where many Kurds believe that there is no room for negotiation with the Turkish government, and - unfortunately - the Turkish government has certainly demonstrated that this is the case here.

Without the outright establishment of an independent Kurdistan, the Turkish government has no other reasonable way of dealing with their Kurdish minority than negotiation, but the Turkish government just doesn't want to acknowledge that, which is simply going to lead to more bloodshed and violence.

Dec 31 11:07

Turkey blocks cartoonist’s website: ‘This means I’m doing the right things’

For over a decade Brazilian political cartoonist Carlos Latuff has championed what he calls "artistic activism" by animating world leaders and pressing global topics. No issue is considered too controversial by the artist, who has put his own spin on topics including the Gaza war, the rise of ISIS, Ebola, and the Scottish referendum. He's also known for his bold cartoons depicting Turkey's alleged links with ISIS - with President Erdogan featuring in many sketches.

Dec 31 11:02

Russia demands arrest of Su-24 pilot’s murderer who gave interview to Turkish media

The Russian Foreign Ministry has demanded that Turkey brings to trial Alparslan Celik who confessed in an interview with Turkish media that he had participated in the murder of the Russian pilot of Su-24 downed by Turkish air forces in November.
“We demand that the Turkish authorities take immediate action to catch Alparslan Celik and his accomplices and charge them with criminal offence for killing a Russian pilot and taking part in hostilities as members of an illegal armed group in a foreign country,” Maria Zakharova, spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Zakharova also expressed surprise and indignation that Hurriyet, a major Turkish newspaper, had given floor to the “murderer and terrorist” so that he could brag about his crime and disseminate nationalist ideology, “filled with hatred towards Russia and the Russian people.”

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I can understand why the Russian Foreign Ministry did this, but it will, unfortunately, only happen when pigs fly.

Dec 31 10:52


A heroin surge is shocking and awing Americans, 165,000 of who will be killed the next ten years. How does 415,000 kilograms (913,000 pounds) of heroin from US-occupied Afghanistan get to US each year?

Tons of heroin from US-occupied Afghanistan get into US each week. Government planes have flown un-searched every week from US-occupied Afghanistan to US (2001-present). Commander In Chief Obama can bring about effective monitoring and searching of government people, planes and ships. Stat. As if 165,000 American lives depend on that, because 165,000 American lives do depend on that. If Obama refuses to effectively monitor and search government people, planes and ships, then no doubt he's Heroin Dealer In Chief.

Obama has the blood of 35,470 Americans (heroin deaths 2009-2014) on his hands for either his willful actions "green lighting" heroin transport from US-occupied Afghanistan to US or his negligence in allowing these fatal felonies.

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Dec 31 10:47


Some very meaty decisions out of Washington appear to be unhealthy for consumers and the environment.

First, Congress and President Barack Obama teamed up to repeal mandatory country-of-origin labeling for pork and beef products. The labeling requirements were eliminated through an attachment to the omnibus budget bill passed by Congress and signed by Obama earlier this month.

The move was prompted by threats from the World Trade Organization (WTO), which threatened to allow Mexico and Canada to hit the U.S. with more than $1 billion in tariffs if it continued to require beef and pork labeling for foreign producers. The WTO said the labels discriminate against meat from animals raised and slaughtered outside the United States.

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The meat industry is a major contributor to political candidates; that is why they get what they want, in terms of legislation, while (alleged) representatives don't give a rat's rear about the needs and concerns of Americans.

Dec 31 10:46


12-year old Tamir Rice is back in the news after a grand jury failed to indict the officers that shot him dead. Of course, when Fox News weighs in on anything like this, they usually do so on the side of those who were wrong. Tamir Rice’s death is no exception. Fox Business host Charles Payne believes that police officers should be able to do their jobs “without ridicule,” and without groups like Black Lives Matter springing up.

Dec 31 10:42

US claims over civilian deaths in Syria ‘absurd,’ Russia says

The Russian Defense Ministry has denounced as “absurd” allegations by the United States that Moscow’s airstrikes in Syria are causing civilian casualties.

The reaction came a day after the US Department of State claimed that the Russian campaign had left hundreds of "civilians" dead and struck "medical facilities, schools and markets."

"All of these anonymous and unsubstantiated statements about the alleged use of Russian aircraft on civilian targets in Syria are increasingly reminiscent of hypnotists' acts in travelling circuses," the ministry said in a Wednesday statement, slamming the claims as "absurd."

Russia launched the campaign against the Takfiri Daesh terrorists and other militant groups in Syria on September 30 upon a request from the Damascus government.

The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has also alleged that Russia’s airstrikes have killed over 2,370 people since September 30, including 792 civilians.

Dec 31 10:38

Up to 34 MILLION blank 'green cards' and work permits to be ordered ahead of Obama illegal immigrant 'amnesty' 

An online draft proposal from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services says it will look for a vendor to supply the blank cards
At least 4 million per year for five years, including a possible 9 million in the early going
Document says the move is 'to support possible future immigration reform initiative requirements'
Obama has pledged to unilaterally change US immigration policy this year, but recently pushed back his timetable until after November 4 elections

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Such a move will accomplish two things; reduce wages for legal Americans, and bring most of these newly "naturalised" Americans into the fold of the Democratic Party.

Dec 31 10:36

Northeast gets 1st hit of winter

Winter weather that spun off a series of deadly storms in the Midwest brought the season’s first big punch to the Northeast on Tuesday, with snow, sleet and freezing rain greasing roads, sending drivers spinning and keeping people indoors amid sub-freezing temperatures.

Dec 31 10:35

Something Just Broke In The U.S. Silver Market

After looking over all the figures, it seems as if something broke in the U.S. Silver Market this year. By that, I mean the normal supply and demand forces no longer make sense. I believe this stemmed from the massive amount of physical silver investment demand beginning in June as financial and geopolitical events pushed the retail silver market into severe shortages.

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When the law of supply and demand no longer works, it means the system is being rigged.

Dec 31 10:34

Stocks Flash Crash Into Close As Emerging Market, Commodity Carnage Spreads

Update: S&P Futures tumbled back to the lows of the day after hours...

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Latest news is the PPT is desperately trying to run the market up ahead of the close today.

Dec 31 10:34


On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal revealed that the Obama administration had spied on the Israeli government and, in the process, roped in communications the Netanyahu administration had with members of the U.S. Congress.

This news sparked a denunciation by Florida Senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio. “Obviously people read this report, they have a right to be concerned this morning about it,” said Rubio on Fox News Wednesday morning. “They have a right to be concerned about the fact that while some leaders around the world are no longer being targeted, one of our strongest allies in the Middle East – Israel – is. I actually think it might be worse than what some people might think, but this is an issue that we’ll keep a close eye on, and the role that I have in the intelligence committee.”

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I love the smell of roasted irony in the morning!!

For this man, it's OK for the US government to surveille its citizens, and even it's congressional representatives, but NOT ISRAEL!!

And that statement that US surveillance programs "..have not been systematically abused." is such a window on this person's thought process, that I barely know where to begin!!

Dec 31 10:33

The Wheels Just Fell Off: US Trucking Has Not Been This Bad Since The Financial Crisis

prices, and mediocre, double-adjusted economic “growth”: trucking.

More specifically, we highlighted the dramatic November decline in Class 5-8 orders. The numbers for Class 8 - those trucks with a gross weight over 33K pounds and which, you’re reminded, make up the backbone of U.S. trade infrastructure and logistics - were a veritable disaster.

“Class 8 orders of 16,600 were below our channel check based 22,000-25,000 expectation, dropped 59% yr/yr and 36% from October (vs. the ten-year average 7% decrease in November from October), and was the weakest order month on a seasonally adjusted basis since August 2010,” Wells Fargo exclaimed, before adding that “clearly, November Class 8 orders slowed to weak levels and were beneath expectations.”

Dec 31 10:33

Another Regime Change "Success": Ukraine President Less Popular Than State Dept-Ousted Predecessor

We retell that story in order to provide some context for the following poll from Gallup which shows that incredibly, Poroshenko is now less popular than Yanukovych before he was ousted.

Dec 31 10:32

US Spins Ramadi Capture as 'Vindication' for Failed Tactics in Daesh War

The recapture of Ramadi by the Iraqi Army dealt a major blow to Daesh, also known as ISIL/Islamic State, and the Obama administration is desperate to take credit for the victory as a means for justifying Washington’s failed anti-terror strategy.

Dec 31 10:31

Raw Sewage Floods Major Waterways as Deluge Cripples American Midwest

Floodwaters raising the level of the Mississippi River have crippled a wastewater treatment plant, causing it to divert sewage directly into nearby rivers and streams.

Dec 31 10:31

Brink of Civil War: Civilian Casualties Soar in Turkish Assault on Kurds

The death toll among civilians has surged as Turkish security forces continue a large-scale operation against Kurdish rebels in southeastern Turkey, shattering the last hopes to conclude a truce between the opposing sides.

Dec 31 10:30

Dozens killed, wounded in multiple suicide bombings in Kurdish-controlled Syrian city

A string of explosions has rocked the northeastern Syrian city of Kamishli, targeting its Kurdish and Assyrian Christian population. Dozens of people were killed or wounded, according to a Kurdish spokesman cited by Reuters.

Dec 31 10:30

Grocery Store Defies Anti-Gun Movement, Welcomes Open-Carry Shoppers

While other major grocery chains in Texas are opposing the open carry law set to go into effect on January 1, Ohio-based Kroger has no intention to bar its customers from bringing guns into their stores.

Grocers like H-E-B, Whole Foods, Sprouts and Randall’s now display appropriate signage informing customers that they “may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So the next gun-grabber false-flag shooting will happen in H-E-B, Whole Foods, Sprouts or Randall’s, so best shop at Kroger!

Dec 31 10:25

#RefugeesWelcome: Samantha Power invites Syrian refugee family over for dinner and a photo-op

Samantha Power, United States ambassador to the United Nations, wants to welcome refugees into the country with open arms. The next time you think you’re being clever by asking Power how many Syrian refugee families she’s taken in, keep in mind that she’s taken in one family more than you have — for dinner and a photo-op — and just might have them back for her Super Bowl party.

Dec 31 10:25

‘This is illegal, right?’ Did Obama’s NSA spy on members of Congress?

The U.S., pursuing a nuclear arms agreement with Iran at the time, captured communications between Mr. Netanyahu and his aides that inflamed mistrust between the two countries and planted a political minefield at home when Mr. Netanyahu later took his campaign against the deal to Capitol Hill.

Dec 31 10:23

US Military to Expand Global Operations in 2016

The year 2015 will be remembered as a year of expanding global warfare and militarism. It began with discussions of the possibility of “total war” against Russia over the Ukraine crisis, saw new provocations against China in the South China Sea, and draws to a close amid the escalation of the US and European war in Iraq and Syria and the spread of conflict to Yemen, Libya and other parts of Africa.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Dec 31 10:18


Following Turkey’s downing of a Russian jet striking the Islamic State (IS), it is undeniable that Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan supports jihad terrorism in Syria. IS exports oil via Turkey and terrorists of IS, al-Qaeda, and other jihad groups transit the border.

This builds upon a pattern of Ankara’s support for terrorists in other countries: Russia (Chechnya), China (Xinjiang), Israel/Gaza (Hamas), Yugoslavia (Bosnia), Serbia (Kosovo), Georgia (Pankisi), Egypt (Muslim Brotherhood); aggression against neighbors (invasion and occupation of Cyprus, violation of Greece’s airspace, blockade of Armenia); and denial of genocides against Christian Armenians, Greeks, and Assyrians.

Turkey should be listed as a State Sponsor of Terrorism. The U.S. alliance with Turkey under NATO should be voided

Webmaster's Commentary: 

1/3 the way there!

Dec 31 10:16

Friend of San Bernardino shooter indicted on terror charges

According to the investigation, in 2011 Marquez and Farook planned to carry out a pipe bomb and shooting attack at Riverside College, where they were both students. The attack was never carried out.

On December 2, Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik opened fire at the Inland Resource Center in San Bernardino, killing 14 people and injuring 21.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

... while cleverly disguised as three tall athletic-looking white men! :)

Dec 31 10:13

Snowpack at 24 percent above normal on Mount Hood!

Dec 31 10:05

‘100% falsified’: US athletes to sue Al-Jazeera over doping accusations

Several US athletes have said they will launch lawsuits against the Al Jazeera TV channel, which has accused them of doping.

Dec 31 10:05

Historic Mississippi flooding threatens 17 MILLION people: Levees burst, water rises to record levels and officials warn of more deaths to come in crisis that has already claimed 20 lives

Nineteen levees on the Mississippi River are near overflowing; one has already failed in West Alton, Missouri

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I'll wager a plugged Turkish Piaster that the levees were overdue for maintenance.

Dec 31 10:03


Dec 31 10:02


How the Israel boycott movement struck major blows in 2015

Dec 31 10:02

Iran denies it fired rockets near US aircraft carrier in Gulf, brands claim 'psychological warfare'

Tehran has officially denied that its Revolutionary Guards’ patrol vessel launched rockets in imminent proximity to the USS Harry S. Truman and its convoy entering the Persian Gulf, calling the allegation an act of “psychological warfare.”

On Tuesday, reports emerged that last Saturday the US aircraft carrier was intimidated after missiles were launched by an Iranian patrol vessel on a parallel course with the American naval convoy.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If the carrier Harry S Truman is intimidated by an Iranian patrol boat, the problem is with the USS Harry S Truman!

Dec 31 10:00

Iranian president wants to expand missile program in response to US sanctions

Iran is set to expand its missile program in response to the US threat to introduce new sanctions, President Hassan Rouhani said, according to Iranian news agency IRNA.

Iran needs to step up its missile capabilities in response to aggressive actions by the US, which threatens to impose more sanctions over a missile test that Iran held in October, Rouhani wrote in a letter addressed to Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan. The president says Iran has a right to continue developing its missiles since they are not capable of carrying nuclear warheads.

Dec 31 09:59

Recep Erdo?an: First as Tragedy; second, Farce; third as…Monty Python

From 1853 into 1856 the Ottoman Turkish Sultan, egged on by Britain and the France of Napoleon III, went into one of the most absurd conflicts in modern history, the Crimean War. Perhaps the most lasting outcome of the ridiculous war fought on Crimea was the oft-cited line from Lord Tennyson’s Charge of the Light Brigade: “Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do & die…Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundred.”

It aptly describes the escalating conflict being incited by Turkey’s would-be new Sultan, Recep Erdo?an, provoking Russia again and again. Only, in a paraphrase of the famous line by Karl Marx describing France of the time of Napoleon III, “History repeats itself; first as tragedy, second as farce.” This third time, it is Erdo?an, not as Napoleon III, but as Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

Dec 31 09:56

Australia: Sydney kicks off 2016 with New Year's celebrations on Harbour Bridge

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Australians know how to throw a party! Claire and I were in Sydney for New Year's 1999, and were lucky enough to get on a tall ship in the middle of the harbor. The fireworks are not just on the bridge but are launched from all the tall buildings all around the harbor.

Dec 31 09:54

American hawk spurs Ukraine to war with Russia

The sermons, insolent, cynical, and provocative, of US Vice President Joseph Biden are humiliating and insulting to me as a Ukrainian politician, scientist, and citizen of Ukraine. As is the behavior of President Poroshenko, Prime Minister Yatsenyuk and deputies of the Verkhovna Rada, playing the role of lapdogs and lackeys.

A hawk flew in to Ukraine, a warmonger, colonizer, and russophobe -- Biden. The representative of the Evil Empire, the representative of the

country that dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945;
the country that burned civilians with napalm in Vietnam in 1968;
the country that -- in violation of UN Security Council resolutions -- bombed and dismembered Yugoslavia in 1999,
the country that turned the territory of Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Syria into disaster areas, and dire humanitarian catastrophes in the 2000s.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Here's your rifle, Joe...

Dec 31 09:53

Iran warns US against sanctions over missile program

Iran has warned the US against imposing any fresh sanctions on international companies and individuals over the Islamic Republic's ballistic missile program, saying Tehran will respond to such meddlesome measures.

Dec 31 09:50

No, ISIS Isn’t Worth Sacrificing the First Amendment Over

The War on Terror has been atrocious for civil liberties in America. Yet, as
(my former boss) Matt Welch noted in the LA Times on Wednesday, for all of our declining freedom post-9/11, compared to France’s response to their recent terrorist tragedy “our document is far less pliable and far more subject to robust judicial defense.” That is to say, it could be – and could have been – worse.

Dec 31 09:42

Fake Cop Decides To Pull Over Car In Front Of Him – It Was The Worst Choice He Could Have Made…

A New Jersey man has been charged with impersonating a police officer after he tried to pull over a real one.

Dec 31 09:41

Israel Campaigns Against Global Free Speech

Alarmed at the rise of anti-Semitism and anti-Israeli sentiments on the internet, Israeli politicians recently called for nations around the world to enact legislation prohibiting criticism of Jews and Israel. Lobbying to outlaw global free speech is nothing new for Israel, however; it has been in the business of criminalizing speech for decades.

Dec 31 09:38

Comet Catalina: Don't miss your only chance to see it

Comet will appear near bright star Arcturus on Jan. 1

Dec 31 09:37

US Said to Be Preparing New Sanctions Against Iran

In July, negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 nations, including France, Russia, the United States, the United Kingdom, China, and Germany, led to a historic deal. Under the terms of the deal, after providing assurances that it was not enriching uranium to pursue a nuclear weapon, international sanctions against Iran would be gradually lifted.

Iran Makes ‘Significant Progress’ in Completing Nuclear Deal Commitments
But on Wednesday, US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, revealed that the US Treasury Department is prepared to roll out new sanctions against companies and individuals not only in Iran, but also in Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The world learns two lessons from this. First, that the US government cannot be trusted to keep their word about anything. Two, whatever Israel wants in DC, Israel gets!

Dec 31 09:36

Putin and Israel – a complex and multi-layered relationship

I could continue to list example after example, but I think you get the idea: Putin is a very good man in charge of a very bad system.

Dec 31 09:35


Last year, Director of the Global Justice Now Nick Dearden said:

“It’s scandalous that UK aid money is being used to carve up Africa in the interests of big business. This is the exact opposite of what is needed, which is support to small-scale farmers and fairer distribution of land and resources to give African countries more control over their food systems. Africa can produce enough food to feed its people. The problem is that our food system is geared to the luxury tastes of the richest, not the needs of ordinary people. Here the British government is using aid money to make the problem even worse.”

Dec 31 09:33

Is Israel losing its mind?

Are we witnessing the disintegration of Israel? Or, if you would like to put it another way, is Israel losing its mind?

There is no doubt these are unsettling, irritating questions which ignite a burning desire to look up reasons to be optimistic, a reason to say:come on, you're blowing it out of proportion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Israel is a parasite state. They cannot live without the huge flow of money from their "hosts." When a parasite has sucked all of its hosts dry, the parasite must die.

Dec 31 09:32

Trump’s Republican Jewish Coalition event comments stoke outrage over stereotypes during awkward day for GOP hopefuls 

The audience booed when Trump wouldn’t commit to Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel, which he argued would hurt his negotiating position in the Middle East. Nervous laughs could be heard when the real estate developer and celebrity-turned candidate mentioned campaign donations, The Washington Post reported.

“You’re not going to support me because I don’t want your money,” Trump said. “Isn’t it crazy?”

Dec 31 09:31

Drowning in Ignorance: UK Government Ignored Flood Warnings

Sounds of a slow hand clap are echoing throughout Britain after revelations that the government previously rejected warnings of flood risks from its own advisers. As torrential rain triggered yet more flooding in northern towns, a report revealed that ministers made a decision not to address increasing risks back in October.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Government is choosing. Government is prioritizing. We needed to bomb the Syrians. Protecting our own people from floods is lower on the list. Deal with it!" -- Number 9 3/4

Dec 31 09:30


It really is showtime, because the videos are both FAKED false flag diversions - or fake attempts to portray Israeli Mossad terrorists as the victim of ISIL, when in fact the Mossad, in collusion with Turkey, the CIA and MI6 are THEMSELVES the founding fathers of the ISIL terrorist network that is destabilizing the entire Middle East, and destroying Syria.

The Israeli Mossad front,

Dec 31 09:28

George Washington University apologizes for censorship of Palestinian flag

Earlier this month, six weeks after receiving a “Warning Letter” for hanging a Palestinian flag out his dormitory window, George Washington University (GWU) student Ramie Abounaja obtained a formal apology from university president Steven Knapp for the attack on his free speech rights. The apology came after an implied threat of legal action against the university.

Dec 31 09:27

15 News Stories from 2015 You Should Have Heard About But Probably Didn’t

By Carey Wedler

In 2015, the iron fist of power clamped down on humanity, from warfare to terrorism (I repeat myself) to surveillance, police brutality, and corporate hegemony. The environment was repeatedly decimated, the health of citizens was constantly put at risk, and the justice system and media alike were perverted to serve the interests of the powers that be.

However, while 2015 was discouraging for more reasons than most of us can count, many of the year’s most underreported stories evidence not only a widespread pattern that explicitly reveals the nature of power, but pushback from human beings worldwide on a path toward a better world...

Dec 31 09:23

Fully 65 percent of U.S. universities unable to successfully teach their students math, economics, government, science and literature

The 2015–16 edition of What Will They Learn? – a review of 1,100 colleges and universities – has just been published by the The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). The study shows that most institutions of higher learning are allowing students to graduate without a basic grasp of many key subjects.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But graduates truly believe in human-caused global warming and are so politically correct they refuse to think because it might offend someone somewhere on the planet!

Dec 31 09:23

Rand Paul Flashback: "Israel is one friend that never leaves our side, has never wavered"

On November 12, 013 Rand Addressed Cadets at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C and gave these incredible comments: "Amidst the chaos of the Middle East we have always had one friend that never leaves our side-Israel. As an ally, Israel has never wavered One thing you can know for sure is you will never see an Israeli burning the American flag.'

Dec 31 09:22

Microsoft’s storage of Windows encryption keys could expose users to hackers, gov’t – report

When it comes to computer security, encryption is key. That’s because encrypted devices or data require a key only accessible to the owner, but many Microsoft users aren’t as protected as they think, and could be exposed to hackers and law enforcement.

Dec 31 09:21

Accounting for the Rise in College Tuition

We develop a quantitative model of higher education to test explanations for the
steep rise in college tuition between 1987 and 2010. The framework extends the qualitymaximizing
college paradigm of Epple, Romano, Sarpca, and Sieg (2013) and embeds
it in an incomplete markets, life-cycle environment. We measure how much changes in
underlying costs, reforms to the Federal Student Loan Program (FSLP), and changes
in the college earnings premium have caused tuition to increase. All these changes
combined generate a 106% rise in net tuition between 1987 and 2010, which more than
accounts for the 78% increase seen in the data. Changes in the FSLP alone generate
a 102% tuition increase, and changes in the college premium generate a 24% increase.
Our findings cast doubt on Baumol’s cost disease as a driver of higher tuition.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There was a recent study, which I will link here, that really nailed why tuition is skyrocketing, and, of course, the answer is the non-dischargeable student debt signed into being by the Clinton Administration. This was, as usual, a huge gift to the banks by the Clinton Administration, and explains why the banks supported Hillary both for Senate and for the Presidency.

Dec 31 09:18

Newly surfaced footage of Hillary Clinton could damage her on ISIS/Terror/Iraq

Dec 31 09:17

Two Mainstream U.S. ‘Journalists’ Provide Stenographic ‘News’ Report — U.S. Anti-Russia Propaganda

This is the story of an ordinary article by two well-known American ‘journalists’ who market the aristocracy’s lies as ‘news,’ so that the public believes dangerous myths, which might unfortunately get out of control and end in nuclear war.

Dec 31 09:16

Oligarchs Make Sure They Live In An Alternate Tax System

There's an entire industry devoted to keeping billionaires' money in the hands of billionaires. But it's grown over the past 20 years, and is now benefiting the guys who are paying big bucks to make sure they never, ever pay their fair share of taxes.

Dec 31 09:16

TeleSur interview: “Empire never has enough” says former Bush official

Abby Martin interviews retired U.S. Army Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, former national security advisor to the Reagan administration, who spent years as an assistant to Secretary of State Colin Powell during both Bush administrations. Today, he is honest about the unfixable corruption inside the establishment and the corporate interests driving foreign policy.

Hear a rare insider’s view of what interests are behind U.S. wars, the manipulation of intelligence, the intertwining of the military and corporate world, and why the U.S. Empire is doomed.