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CURRENT EVENTS

Apr 16 12:31

Founder of One of the Largest Children’s Charities in the World, Arrested for Pedophilia

A United Nations adviser and the founder of Street Kids International was arrested on suspicion of pedophilia after he was caught with two young children during a police raid.

Apr 16 12:31

Black Lives Matter Is Upset About This?

Here's the video from Miami that upset BLM...

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Apr 16 12:16

Cohen attorneys say feds seized devices that have 'nothing to do' with warrant, rip 'unprecedented' search

Gorilla Dust! Diversion and blackmail. Using a stripper for a cover up!
Two evil factions slugging it out over a prostrate and wounded America!
Is there a false flag coming?

Attorneys for Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, in their latest court filing, blasted the FBI for its “unprecedented” raid on his properties last week and claimed the feds seized items that “have nothing to do with the probable cause” on which the warrant was granted.

Apr 16 12:07

Sean Hannity Named as Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen's Mystery Third Client

'Love Judge' revealed the Fox News host to be Cohen's mysterious third client

Apr 16 12:01

Obama admin spent $36M on lawsuits to keep info secret

in its final year in office spent a record $36.2 million on legal costs defending its refusal to turn over federal records under the Freedom of Information Act

Apr 16 12:00

DeSantis On Mueller | He Has No Interest In Prosecuting Democrats

The next Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis discusses Mueller’s blind spot for Democrat criminals. And the amazing Liz Wheeler is part of the action.

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Apr 16 11:58

Paul Craig Roberts Has One Awkward Question For Washington Warmongers

US officials and the presstitutes tell us that the illegal US missile attack on Syria destroyed chemical weapons sites where chlorine and sarin are stored/manufactured.

If this were true, would not a lethal cloud have been released that would have taken the lives of far more people than claimed in the alleged Syrian chemical attack on Douma?

Would not the US missile attack be identical to a chemical weapons attack and thus place the US and its vassals in the same category as Washington is attempting to place Assad and Putin?

What about it, you chemical weapons experts?

Do chemical weapons only release their elements when they explode from intended use but not when they explode from being militarily attacked?

There is no evidence in Syria of chemical residue from the chemical weapons facilities allegedly destroyed by US missiles.

No dead victims.

No reports of hospitals treating Syrian casualties of the American chemical attack.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Always the logician, this man!! Great questions.

Apr 16 11:51

Russia Reveals Who "Staged" Syria Gas Attack, As US Claims Moscow "May Have Tampered" With Site

The Russian envoy to the chemical weapons watchdog group, OPCW, said that non-governmental organizations (NGOs) funded by the UK and US carried out the April 7 chemical attack in the Damascus, Syria suburb of Douma.

Russia's permanent representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), Alexander Shulgin, said Russia has irrefutable evidence that there was no chemical weapons incident in Douma.

"Therefore, we have not just a "high degree of confidence," as our Western partners claim, but we have incontrovertible evidence that there was no incident on April 7 in Douma and that all this was a planned provocation by the British intelligence services, probably, with the participation of their senior allies from Washington with the aim of misleading the international community and justifying aggression against Syria," he stated. -Sputnik

Webmaster's Commentary: 

In the midst of this mess, there is one piece of good news this morning:

Trump on hold for plans of more Russian sanctions; Russian Stocks, Ruble jump

Apr 16 11:47

Russian reinforcements head for Syria: Warships laden with tanks, military trucks and armoured patrol boats sail towards the Middle East as the world awaits Putin's response to airstrikes

Two Russian warships laden with military vehicles have been spotted en route to Syria after Friday's US-led airstrikes obliterated three suspected chemical weapons sites.

An Alligator-landing ship was pictured cruising down The Bosphorus on Sunday as the world awaits Vladimir Putin's response to this week's co-ordinated military action against Syria.

The vessel was spotted on its way to the Russian naval base at Tartus on the north Syrian coast.

On its fourth deployment of Russian military equipment to the war-torn country the ship was seen laden with tanks, trucks, ambulances and an IED radar.

A yellow RoRo Alexandr Tkachenko was also pictured heading for Tartus carrying high-speed patrol boats, a temporary bridge structure and several trucks. The images were posted on social media by Bosphorus-based naval observer Yörük I??k.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Russian government is making it crystal clear with these deployments; any more attacks against Syria by the US, the UK, and France, will most probably translate as a war with Russia.

Apr 16 11:42

NEW US HISTORY SCHOOL TEXTBOOK SLAMS TRUMP SUPPORTERS AS SCARED RACISTS

American schools are the battlefield for our children’s minds and progressives are in charge of it all, from writing the textbooks, to those reading them aloud in class.

Indianapolis talk radio host Alex On-Air posted several examples on Twitter from the Advanced Placement edition of “By The People: A History of the United States,” published by textbook giant Pearson which has a copyright of 2019.

Reading like an Op-Ed from the New York Times, the book says of the 2016 election:

“Trump’s supporters saw the vote as a victory for the people who, like themselves, had been forgotten in a fast-changing America–a mostly older, often rural or suburban, and overwhelmingly white group.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Pearson is international giant of social propaganda, and a purveyor of miseducation from which some of America's kids will never fully recover.

It is collectively imbued with a Soros-like dogma, and a desire to foment even more divisions in the American people; so let's call a spade a spade, shall we?!?

Our options in 2016 were officially horrible; you had the upstart Trump, who recognized that even though, due to offshoring/outsourcing, there were areas characterized by the Democrats as "flyover country", there is no such thing as a flyover human being. He was able to exploit that to his benefit in the election. His supporters really hoped he would "drain the swamp" in DC; unfortunately, the swamp turned him, and he has been fully absorbed by the warkawks, particularly within the start of this last year.

Then you had Hillary Clinton, a woman with more baggage than does Kim Kardashian on a photoshoot, not to mention a duel "dead bodies" list she shares with her husband, Bill. this was a woman so ambitious that she would accept anyone's money; why else would she have posed with a known, convicted drug felon, Jorge Cabreras, in front of the White House Christmas tree?!?

Images: Hillary Clinton posing with Jeorge Cabrera in front of the White House Christmas Tree

You can't change your heritage; I am boringly European in mine, but I do see a beautiful "goldening" of America in the current era of relationships, marriges, and their kids. And to me, this is a good thing.

But to essentially call me a "white racist", when I am blissfully married to a pan-Asian husband, and conduct two choirs in a beautifully rainbow community, filled with every ethnicity you could possibly imagine?

Pearson, you jumped the shark on this one.

I would like to hope that this alleged "history book" is recycled for its paper value, as it has no real historical value whatsoever.

Apr 16 11:22

Scientist Debunks US Claims—Releases Video Evidence US Bombed Syrian Cancer Research Facility

The attacked launched by the United States, the United Kingdom and France, has reduced the Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries Research Institute in Barzeh to rubble, according to a report from the Syrian Arab News Agency, which noted that the facility’s use “centered on preparing the chemical compositions for cancer drugs, and conducting chemical analyses of the materials entering Syria, which are used in pharmaceutical and food industries.”

Scientist Saeed Saeed, head of the Institution for the Development of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries, told CCTV+ that while the facility was used by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in 2013, it is now used as a research center for pharmaceutical products because sanctions from the Western countries that are bombing Syria have resulted in a shortage of medication.

Apr 16 11:20

London stabbings: Two dead and one critical in three attacks

Two people have been stabbed to death in London in separate attacks within 40 minutes of one another.
A 26-year-old man died in hospital after being attacked in Colindale, north-west London, while a woman in her 30s died at the scene of a stabbing in Brixton, south London.

Apr 16 11:19

US IS ‘LOCKED AND LOADED,’ TRUMP WARNS OF MORE STRIKES ON SYRIA

The warning came via US ambassador Nikki Haley at an emergency UN Security Council meeting Saturday, a day after the US, UK and France struck three Syrian sites in response to an alleged chemical attack in the Damascus suburb of Douma last week.

The UN meeting came with some heated exchanges between the American, Russian and Syrian envoys.

Russia’s UN ambassador, Vasily Nebenzia, read out a quote from Russian President Vladimir Putin accusing the US, UK and France of “cynical disdain” in acting without waiting for the OPCW’s findings.

Nebenzia accused the West of “hooliganism” and demanded that it “immediately end its actions against Syria and refrain from them in the future.” “You are not only placing yourselves above international law, but you are trying to rewrite international law,” Nebenzia said.

Nikki Haley claimed the strikes were “justified, legitimate and proportionate.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I don't know how the US government's UN Ambassador Haley could have telegraphed more loudly, and in a more bellicose manner, that the US, the UK, and France are, at this moment, planning more false flags against the Syrian government, as the justification for more strikes against this country.

I would, at this moment in time, like to politely suggest that a war against Russia in Syria is a really, really bad idea; the US military doesn't have the weaponry; the money; the manufacturing; or the troop strength to guarantee a positive outcome to a conventional war against Russia in Syria, because that is precisely one very ugly scenario which could, very quickly, come to fruition.

Apr 16 11:18

R. Lee Ermey, Golden Globe Nominee for 'Full Metal Jacket,' Dies at 74

R. Lee Ermey, a Golden Globe-nominated actor best known for his role as Gunnery Sgt. Hartman in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket, has died.

Apr 16 11:17

Philadelphia mayor 'heartbroken' after black men arrested at Starbucks

The CEO of Starbucks apologized, the mayor of Philadelphia was "heartbroken" and the city police commissioner defended officers who handcuffed and arrested two black men who asked to use a restroom in the coffee shop.

Apr 16 11:09

STATEMENT BY VLADIMIR PUTIN ON SYRIA

On April 14, the United States, supported by its allies, launched an airstrike against military and civilian targets in the Syrian Arab Republic. An act of aggression against a sovereign state that is on the frontline in the fight against terrorism was committed without a mandate from the UN Security Council and in violation of the UN Charter and norms and principles of international law.

Just as one year ago, when the Shayrat Airbase in Syria came under attack, the US used as a pretext a staged chemical attack against civilians, this time in Douma, a Damascus suburb. Having visited the site of the would-be chemical attack, Russian military experts did not find any traces of chlorine or any other toxic agent. Not a single local resident was able to confirm that a chemical attack had actually taken place.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Putin has called this correctly; the US government hasn't been "the good guy" in geopolitics and wars for far too many years of my life; and after the hysterical, and completely false, charge that "Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction" as the pretext for the Iraq War, I can never believe anything our government says, ever again, period, end of discussion.

And I know I am not alone on this.

The US warhawks didn't get what they wanted in the "restrained" (yet deadly) strike against Syria on Friday evening; so look for a number of continually escalating "false flags" in their rush, ultimately, for a war which will have absolutely zero benefit, but great peril, for the American people.

But as always, Israel gets what Israel wants; and Israel wants regime change in Damascus as a prelude to regime change in Tehran.

This government, in funding these wars, is taking money away from American taxpayer, and putting it right into the hands of the military/industrial complex, which continually betrays us us by creating shoddy products which never work as advertised; and offering horrifically late deliveries of their products, coupled immoral and insane cost overruns.

Apr 16 11:08

Catherine Herridge On McCabe Report…

Catherine Herridge update on McCabe, Comey and Horowitz. Comey is under investigation.

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Apr 16 10:52

GOOGLE IS PURSUING THE PENTAGON’S GIANT CLOUD CONTRACT QUIETLY, FEARING AN EMPLOYEE REVOLT

Last August, U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis made a journey to the West Coast and met with Google founder Sergey Brin and CEO Sundar Pichai. Over a half day of meetings, Google leaders described the company’s multi-year transition to cloud computing and how it was helping them develop into a powerhouse for research and development into artificial intelligence. Brin in particular was eager to showcase how much Google was learning every day about AI and cloud implementation, according to one current and one former senior Defense Department official who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Cloud computing is neither, at this moment in its infancy, inherently sound nor secure; I would like to hope that US military leadership understands this, and that, at this moment, data can disappear from the cloud, never to be recovered again.

What happens when data gets lost in the cloud?!?

8 reasons to fear cloud computing

The Cons of Cloud Computing

Data breaches in the cloud; who's responsible?!?

A Wake-up call for the cloud

Apr 16 10:52

Trump a Geopolitical Know-Nothing Endangering Humanity

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)
He’s a real estate businessman/television personality, America’s first Reality TV president.

A geopolitical know-thing, he largely knows rubbish fed him in daily briefings, along with what extremist neocons infesting his administration tell him and Fox News disinformation, his favorite channel – all of the above manipulating his thinking.

He’s not intellectually gifted like Jefferson, John Adams and John Quincy Adams, Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt, Madison, Lincoln, Wilson and Jack Kennedy.

Unlike TR and JFK, he disdains reading, preferring oral communications in simple language. He can’t be bothered with policy papers, nothing more than a brief paragraph or two, if that.

“I don’t need…200-page reports on something that can be handled on a page. That I can tell you.”

Apr 16 10:26

SKRIPALS POISONING AND SYRIA STRIKES

On April 11, one of the “smartest” US presidents ever tweeted: “Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and ‘smart!’ You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!”

When Donald Trump’s advisers drew his attention to the fact that he might have telegraphed his intentions of bombing Syria to Moscow, the imbecile came up with an even more childish tweet the next day, saying: “Never said when an attack on Syria would take place. Could be very soon or not so soon at all! In any event, the United States, under my Administration, has done a great job of ridding the region of ISIS. Where is our Thank you America?”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Post 9/11, Congress has been shirking its duty, horrifically, in never voting for, or against, US military action all over the world, and deserve to be prompltly voted out of office during the next elections because of this.

Apr 16 10:20

Russian reporter Borodin dead after mystery fall

A Russian investigative journalist who wrote about the deaths of mercenaries in Syria has died in hospital after falling from his fifth-floor flat.

What did Borodin write?

In recent weeks, the journalist had written about Russian mercenaries known as the "Wagner Group" who were reportedly killed in Syria on 7 February in a confrontation with US forces.

Last week, the outgoing head of the CIA, Mike Pompeo, said that "a couple hundred" Russian mercenaries died in the clash in Deir al-Zour province. The mercenaries were apparently taking part in an attack by pro-Syrian government fighters on the headquarters of a US ally, the Syrian Democratic Forces.

Russia admits heavy casualties in Syria clash
Who are Russia's shadowy mercenaries fighting in Syria?
Russian guns for hire dying in Syria

Weeks later Russia admitted that several dozen Russian citizens had been either killed or wounded, but stressed they were not regular soldiers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF in fact he was assassinated by elements of the Russian government, it simply proves that attempting really honest journalism in both the Unhinged Survielled States of Amerika, or in Putin's Russia, can be fatally hazardous to one's health.

How the CIA watched over the destruction of Gary Webb

Apr 16 10:12

US NAVY ACCUSED OF TECH PIRACY

The US Navy is under fire for allegedly stealing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property, including software and a high-speed ship design, but the sailing branch insisted that it respects intellectual property rights.

The Navy is entangled in two long-running federal court cases involving IP theft. In March, German software company Bitmanagement asked a federal court for a summary judgement after accusing the Navy of illegally installing $600 million in software on more than 500,000 computers.

In 2011, the company agreed to license to the Navy 38 copies of its virtual-reality software. The Navy was reportedly happy with the software and Bitmanagement began negotiating to sell additional copies. But then the company said it made a startling discovery.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IP theft is no laughing matter, and should be taken very seriously.

Whoever signed off on this... should be doing jail time.

Apr 16 10:04

FULL METAL JACKET Star Actor Dies At 74…

Here's the most famous scene of him in Full Metal Jacket (a Vietnam War film)...

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Apr 16 09:53

25-Year-Old Textbooks and Holes in the Ceiling: Inside America’s Public Schools

Broken laptops, books held together with duct tape, an art teacher who makes watercolors by soaking old markers.

Teacher protests have spread rapidly from West Virginia to Oklahoma, Kentucky and Arizona in recent months. We invited America’s public school educators to show us the conditions that a decade of budget cuts has wrought in their schools.

Apr 16 09:52

Rushed Amazon warehouse staff reportedly pee into bottles as they're afraid of 'time-wasting' because the toilets are far away and they fear getting into trouble for taking long breaks

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos might be the richest man in the world, with a net worth of around $112 billion (£78.4 billon), but those working on his warehouse floors are so desperate to keep their jobs that they don't even take time to go the toilet.

Apr 16 09:48

How Russian Facebook Ads Divided and Targeted US Voters Before the 2016 Election

WHEN YOUNG MIE Kim began studying political ads on Facebook in August of 2016—while Hillary Clinton was still leading the polls— few people had ever heard of the Russian propaganda group, Internet Research Agency. Not even Facebook itself understood how the group was manipulating the platform's users to influence the election.

Apr 16 09:47

Bill would remove statute of limitations for sex offenses in Minnesota

If American culture is finally grappling with the realities of sexual abuse, the law may not be far behind.
A bill introduced in the Minnesota Legislature last month would remove the statute of limitations for felony sex crimes, meaning victims can report when they are ready and not when the law says they need to be, supporters say.

Apr 16 09:40

JOHN BOEHNER'S MARIJUANA METAMORPHISIS

Interesting clip of Boehner on CNBC discussing why he now supports legalization.

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Apr 16 09:19

Benny the dog found alive after nine days in the wilderness. 1000 searchers and a rescue helicopter were involved.

If Benny the beagle could talk he would have a great story to tell, it could even make a great Walt Disney movie.
On Sunday evening, he was miraculously found alive having spent nine days stuck above a waterfall in rugged terrain in the Belmont Regional Park, north of Wellington.

Apr 16 09:19

Republicans Unveil Proposal to Push One Million Off Food Stamps

Social welfare advocates on Friday denounced a proposal included in a draft of the 2018 Farm Bill which would impose work requirements on most adults who receive benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly called food stamps. The proposal represents the first concrete attempt by Republicans to erode the social safety net since President Donald Trump took office.

Apr 16 09:10

Young Hive Bees Poisoned By Insecticides Gathered By Addled Forager Bees

New research in both Europe and the United States has demonstrated yet another disturbing link between insecticides known as neonicotinoids and their adverse effects on honey bees.

Apr 16 09:04

American Airlines warns pilots some Asia flights could be rerouted amid tensions with Russia

Three Asia-bound American Airlines flights that normally fly over Russia have been rerouted, as the airline assesses growing geopolitical tensions, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC on Saturday.

In an internal memorandum sent to pilots on Saturday that was seen by CNBC, the airline warned that some flights into Asia could be rerouted, as relations between Moscow and Washington appear to worsen because of the U.S.-led military intervention in Syria.

"The team at American regularly monitors global geopolitical issues and makes changes to aircraft routings when warranted," said the note to pilots.

The airline on Sunday resumed its normal, nonstop service for those routes, American said.

Apr 16 08:58

His Father Was Killed Because He Helped American Troops in Iraq. After 8 Years, He Hasn’t Received a U.S. Visa

ALI WAS 13 the first time he saw American soldiers. In 2003, as U.S. and British troops rolled into his hometown of Basra, Iraq, he joined his family and neighbors on the street to gape at the procession of Humvees and hulking tanks. As a young boy, he had only the vaguest notions of the geopolitics involved – but he sensed an atmosphere thick with tenuous excitement.

Apr 16 08:58

Pence finds, hires, and loses his national security adviser

It started as a story that didn’t make any sense. We learned on Friday that Vice President Mike Pence had hired Jon Lerner to serve as his national security adviser, despite the fact that Lerner is a Republican pollster with no national security experience, and despite the fact that Lerner already has a job he intended to keep as a deputy to U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.

Apr 16 08:54

HILARIOUS | 10 Reasons Comey Is The Worst Ex-Girlfriend Ever

Liz Wheeler is an American treasure. This is really good.

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Apr 16 08:22

Amid Word War 3 fears, Vladimir Putin warns of global chaos if US, others attack Syria again

Russian President Vladimir Putin warned on Sunday that further Western attacks on Syria would bring chaos to world affairs, as Washington prepared to increase pressure on Russia with new economic sanctions.

In a telephone conversation with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, Putin and Rouhani agreed that the Western strikes had damaged the chances of achieving a political resolution in the seven-year Syria conflict, according to a Kremlin statement.

Apr 16 08:21

GOP senator: Republicans who oppose my bill to protect Mueller would want it if Clinton was president

Republican Sen. Thom Tillis (N.C.) said in a recent interview that lawmakers slamming his legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller would be demanding the same bill if Hillary Clinton were president.

Apr 16 08:20

Vermont uses first major gun control laws to stop suspected school shooting plotter from getting a gun

A day after Vermont's governor signed a package of gun control measures , one of the new laws was used to keep a school shooting plot suspect from possessing dangerous weapons.

Apr 16 07:53

Newspaper Column Calls For Minority Curfew After Stephon Clark Shooting

Inside the pages of the small, weekly Rancho Murieta newspaper the River Valley Times, the sentence generating big backlash is an opinion piece written in response to the police shooting of Stephon Clark.

It reads, “police have to be careful not to overact and you black men might be better off at home after a certain hour.”

The line is drawing a swift reaction.

David Lee and his family live in the gated community where the paper is circulated.

“Just disgusting,” he said. “I mean, that’s how I feel about it.”

Apr 16 07:50

Poverty Scold Paul Ryan Retiring at 48 to Join the Ranks of Idle Rich

On Wednesday morning, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced that he would be leaving Capitol Hill at the end of the year, claiming, as so many have before him, that he wants to spend more time with his family. In delivering the news to his colleagues, Ryan said that among his proudest moments in what will be a 20-year career, one stood out from the pack: the passage of 2017’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (working title: “The Cut Cut Cut Act”), a historic transfer of wealth, the likes of which Ryan had been dreaming about since his college kegger days.

Apr 16 07:50

An international study of alcohol consumption has found no overall health benefits from moderate drinking and calls into question the U.S. guidelines that say men can safely drink twice as much as women

A sweeping international study of alcohol consumption has found no overall health benefits from moderate drinking and calls into question the U.S. guidelines that say men can safely drink twice as much as women. The threshold for low-risk drinking, the researchers found, is about seven beers a week for men and women alike.

Apr 16 07:28

Mexican presidential front-runner thinks Trump's view of the country is correct and wants to work with him.

front-runner blames country's graft for Trump's negative view

Apr 16 06:51

U.S. missile defense systems rendered useless after Russians develop superior and unstoppable nuclear weaponry

During Russian President Vladimir Putin’s State of the Union Address last month, the Eastern leader told attendees that global missile defense systems have been rendered useless as the Russian military has already developed and implemented new and improved nuclear missile technologies on the battlefield which outfox, outperform, and outrun, current U.S. and allied force technologies, rendering the U.S. and other countries sitting ducks.

Apr 16 06:42

7 inmates killed in 'mass casualty incident' at SC maximum security prison

Seven inmates were killed during fights that lasted more than seven hours at a South Carolina prison Sunday night and into Monday morning, according to officials.

Apr 16 06:41

Billionaire GOP Donor: I’m Using My Tax-Cut Money To Help Elect Democrats

A major GOP donor is jumping ship and now he’s contributing to Democratic candidates in hopes of flipping the House of Representatives and/or the Senate in this year’s midterm elections.

Apr 16 05:41

30K Set To Run 122nd Boston Marathon Despite Miserable Weather

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It’s expected to be the coldest Marathon in nearly a decade, and while runners said they’re determined to run, rain or shine, they said they’re concerned with the elements.
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There were mixed reactions to the forecast, but almost everyone agreed you can’t ever predict New England weather.

“This is ridiculous,” George Muldoon, of New Hampshire, said. “Spring in Boston. You gotta love it"

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(*that's about right . sleet and rain mix , heavier on the sleet , overnight , had to scrape the windshield this morning .
No buds on the trees yet . fricking cold up 'heah' !)

Apr 16 05:13

Ex-FBI Director Comey: Trump ‘morally unfit’ to be president

Intellihub editor’s note: Statements made James Comey on ABC’s 20/20 reveal the former FBI Director is a hypocrite. The fact of the matter is, Comey has been involved in the cover up of every major terror attack since the Oklahoma City Bombing. He is as dirty as they get.

Apr 16 05:04

Humans will be genetically modified for the first time in Europe

Humans will be genetically modified for the first time in Europe after regulators have given the go ahead to trial DNA-splicing therapy.

Apr 16 04:57

Locals in Poland react to vandalism of Soviet army monument

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According to reports, the attackers were activists of the ‘Confederation of Independent Poland’. Police were present when the monument was splashed with paint, however, they did not intervene. One activist Eugeniusz Szostak said that “We believe that the monuments of the Soviet army, which allegedly liberated Poland, have no reason to exist in the Polish public space.”

The monument, unveiled on September 15, 1946, reads, “Eternal glory to the heroes of the Red Army who fell in battles for the liberation of the Polish capital of Warsaw.”
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Apr 15 13:05

Suicide machine draws crowds at Amsterdam funeral show

A controversial suicide pod that enables its occupant to kill themselves at a press of a button went on display at Amsterdam funeral show on Saturday.

Apr 15 12:56

'It's racism at its ugliest level': National outrage and call for Starbucks boycott after two black men are arrested for trying to use restroom without buying anything

A new cross-party campaign to give nation a chance to accept or reject Theresa May’s final Brexit deal will be launched by Chuka Umunna and Tory Anna Soubry
They will team up with fellow pro-Europe supporters at a rally in London
Their shared opposition has seen them make unlikely Labour-Conservative pair

Apr 15 12:39

Good Question, Maria…

Maria Bartiromo asks some important questions about the Comey memos...

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Apr 15 12:37

British marathon runner collapses in 30C heat just over a mile from the finish line - then has to watch his Australian rival claim Commonwealth gold amid anger at medical response

Callum Hawkins, 25, was set to win gold in the men's marathon but collapsed
The 25-year-old was two minutes ahead of Australia's Michael Shelley in the race
The Scottish runner fell to the ground less than 1km out of finishing the race

Apr 15 12:36

Give us a 'people's vote' on Brexit deal: Labour's Chuka Umunna and Tory Anna Soubry launch all-party alliance to challenge May's EU plan

A new cross-party campaign to give nation a chance to accept or reject Theresa May’s final Brexit deal will be launched by Chuka Umunna and Tory Anna Soubry
They will team up with fellow pro-Europe supporters at a rally in London
Their shared opposition has seen them make unlikely Labour-Conservative pair

Apr 15 12:13

NIKKI HALEY ON FACE THE NATION

Haley discusses Syria and Russia on Face The Nation a few hours ago.

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Apr 15 11:22

Carrie Underwood Shares First Selfie of Her Full Face Since Injury

The 35-year-old singer has been recovering after a traumatic fall left her with a broken wrist and 40-50 stitches in her face.

Apr 15 11:21

Mother who died after being set on fire by boyfriend to testify from beyond the grave

Mother who died after being set on fire by boyfriend to testify from beyond the grave
A mother who died after being set on fire by her boyfriend will testify in court from beyond the grave following a landmark ruling.

Apr 15 11:19

Gutfeld Mocks Rachel Maddow…

This is pretty funny...

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Apr 15 10:46

Starbucks chief executive apologises for arrests of two black men

(Reuters) - Starbucks Chief Executive Kevin Johnson apologised late on Saturday for the arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia coffee shop last week, which sparked accusations of racial profiling.

Apr 15 10:45

Putin warns of 'consequences' as photos show Assad's chemical weapons factories obliterated by Trump, May and Macron's 105 missile barrage despite Russia's threat to shoot down Tomahawks

Satellite imagery taken before and after the airstrikes on Saturday show buildings in Syria reduced to rubble
The three sites included a bunker and storage facility outside Homs, the Shinshar Chemical Weapons Facility
The third and main target was the Barzah research facility in northern Damascus, which was hit by 76 missiles
Pentagon officials said the airstrikes were 'precise, overwhelming and effective' at a briefing on Saturday

Apr 15 10:44

Meghan Markle's family claim her father still has no idea if he will walk her down the aisle and they have been 'left in the dark' over invites

Meghan's father Thomas does not know if he will walk her down the aisle in May
Her cousin Trish Gallup wrote to Prince Harry but has received no response
One of Meghan's uncles said her father 'did not know what the problem was'

Apr 15 10:36

Obama DOJ Official Tried To Shut Down Clinton Foundation Probe

This is a stunning part of the McCabe IG report that no one is talking about...

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