Oct 22 18:08

Bellingcat’s Higgins likes lobbing insults on Twitter. Here are some of his favorites

Bellingcat blog founder and Western media darling Eliot Higgins has demonstrated once and for all, in a real-life, non-Twitter debate with MIT Professor Theodore Postol, that his own expertise and credentials are severely lacking.

Oct 22 18:05

Bolton: US understands Russia's position better, has yet to finalize its position on START treaty

Following hours of talks behind closed doors in Moscow, US National Security Advisor John Bolton said that he now understands Russia’s take on things much better, and added that more consultations on arms treaties are needed.

Oct 22 15:24

indonesia rejects u.s threats of sanctions


Oct 22 14:54

Bangladeshis joined migrant caravan in Guatemala, Univision correspondent reports ...

imagine who else could be too ... ISIS?

Oct 22 13:49

Military aged man marching towards our border carrying the flag of their country, what does that sound like to you?

According to the reports coming from within the caravan, the majority of the “migrants” are males between the age of 15 and 35.

Oct 22 11:55

BREAKING: Los Angeles judge orders Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti to pay $4.85 million in back pay to lawyer

Avenatti ordered by judge to hand over $4.85 million in back pay to attorney at his former law firm

Oct 22 11:46

Why is Creepy Porn Lawyer blocking everyone who posts this?

Michael Avenatti’s strange connection to a Saudi Prince

Oct 22 11:01

The Hillary and Bill Speaking Tour Summed Up by One Brutal Cartoon

Bill and Hillary Clinton are going on a speaking tour!
Presumably the point is to determine if there’s any support for a 2020 run.
Well here’s the whole sordid thing summed up by one brutal cartoon:

Oct 22 10:59

Public Shaming on Tipping sparks debate: Who pays 25 percent to a cashier for a muffin? (4 Pics)

Every day across America, an untold number of men and women are being guilt-tripped into tipping cashiers as they purchase items from coffee shops, food trucks, gas stations and other businesses that charge their customers via the mobile iPhone/iPad payment app Square.
It’s one thing to tip a server; it’s another altogether to tip a cashier. Yet the Square app has been designed in such a fashion that most customers wind up feeling compelled to leave a tip.
“It’s so awkward. You press the middle button so you don’t look cheap to the people behind you in line,” Connecticut resident Mina Dimyan said to The Wall Street, describing what happens every time he purchases a $3 cup of coffee from his local cafe.

Oct 22 10:38

The Best Signs From The Anti-Brexit March (45 Pics)

The Best Signs From The Anti-Brexit March (45 Pics)

Oct 22 10:36

An Ohio University Student Said She Received Death Threats. The Police Think She Sent Them Herself.

Police have arrested an Ohio University student and charged her with three counts of making false reports. The student, Anna Ayers, claimed to have received death threats and other harassing messages referencing her LGBTQ status, but the authorities now believe she sent those messages herself.
Ayers entered a not-guilty plea last Wednesday, according to The Post. She faces six months in jail and a $1,000 fine if convicted.
Ayers was a member of the Student Senate, but she has since resigned from that position. Her claim was initially presumed to be true, and the Student Senate cancelled a meeting with the mayor of Athens, Ohio, in order to give Ayers a chance to address the community. Her remarks included a condemnation of the Student Senate itself, The Post reports:

Oct 22 09:49

Shocking moment 'racist' Sainsbury's shopper is removed from store over vile, expletive-laden rant that saw him tell a black security guard: 'You don't belong here' (3 Pics)

Sainsbury's staff have been praised after kicking out a white shopper who racially abused a black security guard.
Shocking footage shows the angry man's expletive-filled rant in what is believed to be a Sainsbury's Local store in London.
At one point, the man screams at the security guard:“What are you f***ing doing here?
“You are telling me what to do. I belong here. You don’t. F*** off.”
But he's soon told to leave and marched out of the shop as the woman filming the drama tells staff: "Well done, guys."

Oct 22 09:48

Good job they had enough dough! British couple spend £20,000 creating dream home in the back of an old Hovis bread lorry they use to travel across Europe (20 Pics)

A savvy couple turned an old bread lorry into their dream home on wheels for just £23,000.
Martin Hill, 38, and Iona Stewart, 27, brought an ex Hovis delivery truck to save cash on accommodation as they travel around Europe.
The couple picked up the lorry on eBay for just £3,600 and spent £20,000 on renovating the 28 feet box.
Their transformation of the five tonne truck went so well, they have moved in.

Oct 22 09:36

Pro-Trump man says family was denied service at Ruby Tuesday over MAGA t-shirt (2 Pics)

Identified as Frank Ottoman on his Periscope account, the man said the hostesses were rude and didn’t greet him and his family when they walked into the restaurant and later told him it would be a 20 minute wait, even though there were a number of empty tables.
“Denied service at @rubytuesday in Roanoke Rapids North Carolina because of Trump shirt,” Ottoman tweeted, including a Periscope video detailing his encounter.

Oct 22 09:34

Grateful Hondurans Paint Swastika on US Flag Then Torch It in Support of Illegal Immigrant Caravans

Two Honduran protesters painted a swastika on the US flag and then torched it in support of the illegal immigrant caravans marching to the US border. The protest was at the US Embassy in Honduras in support of the illegal alien caravans.
After years and years of globalist and Democrat policies our immigration system and borders are a complete joke.

Oct 22 09:19

Trump says he's reducing Central American aid over migrants

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Monday the U.S. would begin "cutting off, or substantially reducing" aid to three Central American nations over a migrant caravan heading to the U.S. southern border.
Trump tweeted: "Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador were not able to do the job of stopping people from leaving their country and coming illegally to the U.S."

Oct 22 09:14

47 journalists killed in 2018

Forty-seven journalists, media workers and citizen journalists were killed in the first six months of 2018, according to a report by Reporters Without Borders (RSF).

Describing these figures as “alarming”, RSF said 2018 is off to a “troubling start” after 2017 was one of the “deadliest years ever” for the media.

The organisation is working tirelessly on the investigations into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia who was killed in a car bomb on 16 October, 2017.

Recently, it condemned the smear campaign launched by the Maltese government in response to the revelations of the “Daphne Project,” a consortium of 18 media organisations investigating the murder and the stories that Caruana Galizia was reporting on at the time of her death. RSF said the campaign is targeting both the Daphne Project and Caruana Galizia’s family.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So why is Jamal Khashoggi an issue?!?

Oct 22 09:13

White woman racially abuses a Guatemalan family in a Virginia restaurant, demands to see their passports, and tells them 'don't freeload in this country' after hearing them speaking Spanish

A Latina woman was with family visiting from Guatemala when she says they were verbally harassed by a white woman for conversing in Spanish at a Virginia restaurant.
The family was confronted inside Andy’s restaurant in Lovettsville.
"She asked for passports; she said that she knew everybody in Loudoun County to get us out of here, and she started saying that we were supposed to speak English, but I'm like 'we’re not talking to you,'" said the victim, who asked to remain anonymous. "They're here visiting and they don’t know English, so how do you want them to speak English when they’re here just visiting?"

Oct 22 09:13


Forty-five years after being handed the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in negotiating a ceasefire in Vietnam, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger cannot escape the calls of those demanding that he be prosecuted for alleged "war crimes."

Oct 22 09:13

Lorry driver films 19 men jumping onto his trailer in an attempt to make it to Britain as removing migrant stowaways becomes 'part of the routine' of crossing the Channel

This is the shocking moment 19 migrants clamber onto a lorry and cling on in a desperate bid to make it to Britain before being hauled off by French authorities.
Video footage shows the migrants climbing onto the back of Ian Tyrrell's flatbed truck as he headed towards the port of Caen in Brittany, France, on October 17 at around 6.30pm.

Oct 22 09:08

Julian Assange should be thanked – not smeared – for Wikileaks’ service to journalism

Twelve years ago this month, WikiLeaks began publishing government secrets that the world public might otherwise never have known. What it has revealed about state duplicity, human rights abuses and corruption goes beyond anything published in the world’s “mainstream” media.

After over six months of being cut off from outside world, on 14 October Ecuador has partly restored Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s communications with the outside world from its London embassy where the founder has been living for over six years.

The treatment – real and threatened – meted out to Assange by the US and UK governments contrasts sharply with the service Wikileaks has done their publics in revealing the nature of elite power, as shown in the following snapshot of Wikileaks’ revelations about British foreign policy in the Middle East.

Oct 22 09:07

NYPD suspends body cameras for cops after device explodes

The New York Police Department has suspended the use of almost 3,000 body cameras after one exploded, leaving some of the city’s police force unrecorded for the foreseeable future. According to studies, not much will change.
An NYPD officer noticed smoke rising from his camera on Saturday, and took it off before it exploded. Nobody was injured in the incident, but the department instructed all officers equipped with Vievu LE-5 body cameras to return them to their precincts.

“Nothing is more important than the safety of our officers, and equipping the NYPD with the best equipment is a paramount priority,” read a statement from the NYPD. The department believes that a battery malfunction caused the device to explode.

Oct 22 09:04

PHOTO EVIDENCE … Beto O’Rourke Supporters Spam Texans with Unsolicited Text Messages — Lawsuit Filed (4 Pics)

A trusted friend from Texas (who wishes to remain anonymous) sent two text messages his family received in the past two days from Beto supporters. This Texan told The Gateway Pundit they HAVE NO IDEA how the Beto Campaign got their phone number.

Oct 22 08:44

The Way This Teacher Is Using Meme Stickers To Grade Homework Is So Good That Even Gordon Ramsay Responds (23 Pics)

Stand And Deliver, Dead Poet’s Society And Even School Of Rock are all movie’s that show the impact that inspiring teachers can have on their students. Often flying under the radar, these educators that go above and beyond are all around us, take for example English and media studies teacher Ainee Fatima. She went viral on Wednesday after posting a video of herself on Twitter grading exams – but with memes.

Oct 22 08:42

This ‘Migrant Caravan’ Meme is Tearing Up Social Media; Dems Furious

The meme below, on the migrant army currently marching towards our border, is tearing up social media today and has every Democrat who sees it furious as it’s entirely accurate.

Oct 22 08:41

Single mum-of-two says switch to Universal Credit left her in £900 debt - and now she can't afford school uniform

A mum-of-two has spoken out after switching to the government's controversial Universal Credit has landed her in £900 of debt.
Stacey Gleave said those on benefits are left with no safety net as they change from the current system to the new one and now she can't afford school uniforms for her kids.

Oct 22 08:33

Saudi Crown Prince spoke to Khashoggi by phone moments before he was killed: Report

In the latest bombshell report involving the Khashoggi murder, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reportedly spoke on the phone with journalist Jamal Khashoggi moments before he was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turkish pro-government daily Yeni Safak disclosed the new alleged details of the case in a report on Sunday, contradicting claims by Saudi authorities that Prince Mohammed played no part in Khashoggi’s murder.

Oct 22 08:09

British mum is left 'marooned' in the US as she doesn't earn enough money to return home

A British mum is being forced to raise her family thousands of miles from home due to 'absurd' immigration rules brought in by Theresa May.
Amy Roberts, 33, has been living in a city in the Nevada desert with her American husband and two-year-old daughter Audrey for the past couple of years.

Oct 22 08:05

School bans bags so pupil turns up carrying his books in a MICROWAVE instead (3 Pics)

A teenager has taken an unusual stand against a "ridiculous" school rule change - by carrying his books around in a microwave.
Jacob Ford, 17, is fighting a decision by bosses at Spalding Grammar School to ban Sixth Formers from carrying large bags to lessons.

The move was brought in to prevent younger pupils from being injured, the school said.

Oct 22 07:41

Trump to cut off aid to countries who support caravan of migrants

A caravan of about 7000 migrants from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras is currently making its trek north through Mexico toward the United States border where they will be met by the U.S. military and border patrol to be taken into custody if they cross.

Oct 22 07:05

Everything To Know About 5G Rollout: Countless Studies Show 5G Frequencies Cause Illness

G wireless service has just been launched by Verizon in the first 4 cities on the planet: Sacramento, California, Houston, Texas, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Los Angeles, California. Verizon launched it on October 1, offering free...

Oct 22 06:13

US hasn’t yet formally begun withdrawal from INF treaty, Russia ready to renew New START – Lavrov

The US has not yet formally begun to implement the procedure for withdrawing from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) arms control deal, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Monday. “The treaty itself contains a procedure which provides for the possibility of withdrawing from the treaty. But this procedure hasn’t yet been initiated,” the minister said. The possible withdrawal would be met with opposition from Russia, Lavrov said, adding that strategic stability can only be achieved on the basis of parity. “Such parity will be preserved in all circumstances. We are responsible for global stability, and hope that the US will not give up its share of responsibility as well,” Sputnik quoted Lavrov as saying. He added that Russia was ready to renew the New START Treaty, and was prepared for dialogue with Washington on the issue.

Oct 21 16:04

‘Not fair’: World cycling bronze medalist cries foul after transgender woman wins gold

"First transgender woman world champion...ever," Rachel McKinnon, an assistant professor of philosophy at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, bragged Sunday in a tweet that set off a massive debate.

Oct 21 12:27

These Striking Images Show Indian Women Shaving Their Heads In The Name Of Religion

Tamil Nadu's Thiruthani Murugan Temple draws thousands of women each year, who sacrifice their hair in the name of religion. That hair is essential to the wig industry worldwide.
This photo series captures the process from prayer to sales.

Oct 21 12:14

18 Hilariously Awkward Moments From Deepika And Alia's "Koffee With Karan" Episode

Welcome to season six, fam. It's already a ride.

Oct 21 12:13

Woman seen on video leaving toddler on stranger's doorstep speaks out: 'I just feel destroyed'

A woman who is facing child abandonment charges after she was seen on surveillance video leaving a 2-year-old boy on a stranger's doorstep in the middle of the night in a suburb of Houston claims it was all a misunderstanding.

Oct 21 10:48

In Debt We Trust Documentary

- English Documentary -How Money and Credit Control Your Life

Oct 21 10:45

This Is Los Angeles Under Democrat Rule

: Homelessness Up 50% And A Typhus Outbreak Due To Abundance Of Rats Attracted To HUMAN FECES On The Streets