Mar 16 10:40

Syrian army captures key rebel stronghold in Eastern Ghouta as 12,500 civilians evacuate

The Syrian army captured the Hamouriyeh district in the capital Damascus' Eastern Ghouta countryside after the withdrawal of the Failaq al-Rahman rebel group as 12,500 people evacuated that area on Thursday, a monitor group reported.

The Syrian government forces have started deploying in Hamouriyeh and set up their positions in that area amid an ongoing evacuation process of civilians from that area, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

This comes amid heavy shelling from the government side on the remaining posts of Failaq al-Rahman in the towns of Jisreen, Zamalka, Kafar Batna and Saqba, said the London-based watchdog group.

The observatory added that 12,500 civilians have left the areas of Failaq al-Rahman rebels through Hamouriyeh on Thursday, marking the largest wave of evacuation from civilians since the Russian-backed humanitarian pause for the civilian evacuation started two weeks ago.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Syria, with Russia's help, is winning this on the ground, and the Western/US jihadis are being expunged.

This is why you can most probably expect to see yet another chemical attack against civilians, to be blamed on the Syrians and Russia, as the US pretext for going in, full bore, and invading the country.

This means that we will most likely wind up in a shooting war with Russia in Syria, and it may well be a war that the US military cannot win; they don't have the weaponry; the troop strength; the manufacturing, or the money to insure a positive outcome to a conventional war against Russia in Syria.

Mar 16 10:33

Obama DOJ Ordered 500,000 Fugitives Deleted From Background Check Database

The Obama administration ordered the removal of over 500,000 fugitives with outstanding arrest warrants from the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) in late 2016, according to testimony from Acting FBI Deputy Director David Bowdich.

Bowdich confirmed a November report from the Washington Post which set the figure at "tens of thousands," after Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) asked him if more than 500,000 names were dropped from the database.

The FBI purged the names from the database after the Justice Department changed its legal interpretation of “fugitive from justice” to say it pertains only to wanted people who have crossed state lines.

Webmaster's Commentary: 


This is one of the things about Obama, besides his faux populism, which used to drive me up the wall; he was sneakily enormously punitive to people he didn't like.

And how better to welcome an incoming president, not YOUR choice, he thought, than make sure that 50,000 or more criminal fugitives were still on the streets, and not getting arrested for their crimes?!??

This idea must have given him great pleasure.

After all, he massively increased the number of extrajudicial drone assassinations committed by US forces overseas way beyond those of his predecessor; it must have given him a real sense of power over life and death itself, even when he had to realize that the drone assassinations were creating more radicalized individuals among the survivors, leading to a nearly perpetual state of war in the Middle East and Africa, as we are seeing now.

Mar 16 10:32


A New Mexico police officer has filed a lawsuit against a woman whose 6-year-old son was killed when the officer slammed into their vehicle. The countersuit was called “offensive” by the woman’s lawyer.

Albuquerque Police Officer Jonathan McDonnell, who has been reprimanded in the past for on-duty crashes, filed a civil suit on March 2 against Antoinette Suina, whose son Joel Anthony Mumaw was killed during the 2017 crash. McDonnell claims that Suina “failed to yield to an emergency vehicle” when she turned in front of his speeding patrol vehicle.

Mar 16 10:30

Oops, ProPublica Makes HUGE Mistake…

ProPublica is apologizing for a pretty massive error...


Mar 16 10:28

Teacher in Ghana who used blackboard to explain computers gets some Microsoft love

Teaching kids how to use a computer is hard enough already, since they're kids, but just try doing it without any computers. That was the task undertaken by Richard Appiah Akoto in Ghana, and his innovative (and labor-intensive) solution was to draw the computer or application on the blackboard in great detail. His hard work went viral and now Microsoft has stepped in to help out.

Mar 16 10:27

Jimmy Kimmel Says He’s Filing A Federal Complaint Against The Trumps

Jimmy Kimmel might end up costing President Donald Trump’s family some big money.
In light of the White House’s “buy American” rhetoric, the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host bought a bunch of merchandise from the Trump Store, which is run by two of the president’s sons, to see where it all came from.

Mar 16 10:26

Man Claims United Airlines Offered Woman $1,000 Voucher to Put Her Feet Down: 'The Audacity of White Privilege'

Man Claims United Airlines Offered Woman $1,000 Voucher to Put Her Feet Down: 'The Audacity of White Privilege'
A black man traveling on a United Airlines plane has claimed that a flight attendant agreed to give a white woman sitting next to him a $1,000 voucher for taking her feet off the tray table, while not offering him similar courtesy.

Mar 16 10:22

Putin ‘extremely concerned’ over UK’s ‘destructive, provocative’ stance in Skripal case – Kremlin

In his first public reaction to the UK measures against Russia in ex-spy Sergei Skripal’s poisoning, President Vladimir Putin said he was “extremely concerned” by the “destructive and provocative” stance of the UK.
A “detailed discussion” of the current crisis in Russian-UK relations was held when Putin met with top officials from the Russian government, military and security services on Thursday, presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said. “Extreme concern was expressed about the destructive and provocative stance taken by the British side,” the spokesman added.

It was Putin’s first public reaction since the UK announced steps against Moscow on Wednesday. Accusing Russia of using a chemical weapon on British soil, Prime Minister Theresa May said the UK was expelling 23 diplomats, limiting ties and freezing Russian state assets.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This attempted poisoning certainly does not have what I would characterize as a "Putin signature" on it.

Why would he order it done, and so sloppily that it hit over 20 people more than the intended victims, Skripal and his daughter?!?

What in heaven's name would he - or Russia - have gained by it, when the damage Skripal inflicted on the Russian intel infrastructure happened years ago?!?

The short answer is, nothing.

But we have a very embattled British Prime Minister, perhaps, intending to deflect some very real British rage and frustration about how she is handling the Brexit issue with the EU; perhaps she thought that blaming and shaming the Russian government for something it may well not have done was "just the ticket".

And what is that old phrase of Rom Emanuel's "Never let a good crisis go to waste"?!?

There are a large number of people who might have wanted to see Skripal dead.

We don't know enough about what really happened to lay the foundation for an evidence chain yet; that may only come about when Skripal and his daughter are conscious enough to give investigators a timeline about when they became ill, and what they noticed right before that happened.

But the dismissal of diplomats, coupled with sanctions, can be a very nasty prelude to a potential shooting war with Russia, which would be the most ham-fistedly, pig-headedly stupid thing in the world for the west to do right now, for innumerable reasons.

I am hoping Nato Secretary General Stoltenberg's refusal to "drink the Koolaid" on this issue yesterday, by NOT invocing Article 5 of the UN Charter, as May begged him to do yesterday, will through heaping amounts of ice-cold water over this whole "Russia did it" thing.

Article 5 of the NATO Charter

Mar 16 10:21

BREAKING | Congresswoman Louise Slaughter Dies At 88…

She suffered a head injury from a fall in her home. Full details...


Mar 16 10:18

Hillary Clinton takes two spills in two days, fractures wrist after falling in bathtub

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has taken two nasty spills during her travels to India, the most recent of which landed her a visit to the emergency room early Thursday morning after she fell in a slippery bathtub late Wednesday night, reports a local publication out of India.

Mar 16 10:15

30,000 jobs will be lost after Toys R Us shuts down

The demise of Toys R Us will have a ripple effect on everything from toy makers to consumers to landlords.
The 70-year-old retailer sought court approval Thursday to liquidate its remaining 735 stores, eliminating the jobs of some 30,000 employees while spelling the end for a chain known to generations of children and parents for its sprawling stores and Geoffrey the giraffe mascot.

Mar 16 10:14

Chicago students trash Walmart during walkout over gun violence

Chicago police are trying to identify the dozens of students from Simeon Career Academy who they say took part in a vandalism spree while they were supposed to be protesting guns.

Mar 16 10:02

Britain is now threatening to seize Russian oligarchs' luxury real estate after ex-spy's poisoning

As British investigators examine the theory that a deadly Soviet-developed nerve agent was put into the luggage of Yulia Skripal before she flew from Moscow to Britain on March 3 to visit her father, former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, the aftermath of their March 4 poisoning is spreading throughout Russia and the West. The Skripals, father and daughter, were found unconscious on a park bench in Salisbury, and 12 days later they are still in critical condition at a hospital. Britain blames the Kremlin for the brazen nerve agent attack.

Mar 16 10:01

BEX ALERT - How Russian trolls smeared Sen. John McCain as 'traitor' on social media

Russian Twitter trolls, now purged from the social network, routinely spread insults and conspiracy theories smearing Sen. John McCain as a "traitor" and a "RINO," Republican In Name Only, during his 2016 reelection campaign and beyond.

Webmaster addition: With the release of the tapes of radio broadcasts McCain made on behalf of North Vietnam, it doesn't take a Russian to realize he was a traitor.

Mar 16 09:59

Amazon turns over record amount of customer data to US law enforcement: The company's fifth transparency report reveals more customer data was handed to US law enforcement in the first-half of last year than ever before.

Amazon has turned over a record amount of customer data to the US government in the first-half of last year in response to demands by law enforcement.

The retail and cloud giant quietly posted its latest transparency report on Dec. 29 without notice -- as it has with previous reports -- detailing the latest figures for the first six months of 2017.

The report revealed 1,936 different requests between January and June 2017, a rise from the previous bi-annual report.

The company received:

1,618 subpoenas, of which the company fully complied with 42 percent;
229 search warrants, of which the company fully complied with 44 percent;
89 other court orders, of which the company fully complied with 52 percent.
It's not clear why there was a spike in requests during the half-year period. An Amazon spokesperson declined to comment.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It's simple, doing business with Amazon; just consider it a 4th intelligence arm of the US government, in its "disclosures" to them, ,and that should govern your buying habits and decisions in using them.

Mar 16 09:58

BEX ALERT - Russia blamed for attacks on U.S. power grid starting in 2016

The Trump administration has blamed the Russian government for a series of cyber attacks targeting American and European nuclear power plants and other critical utilities dating back at least two years – raising fears that the Kremlin could disrupt the West’s critical infrastructure in the event of a conflict.

Mar 16 09:56


Since at least 2016, hotel and motel staff have been spying on guests and notifying law enforcement of anyone that dresses inappropriately for their age or has lower quality clothing.

Unfortunately, asking for extra towels or having lots of alcohol in your room is only the tip of the iceberg.

Hotel & motel staff will contact police for almost anything

Welcome to police state America 2018, where hotel and motel staff will notify law enforcement for almost anything.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Interesting, how the hospitality industry has been turned into the "spyspitality" business, courtesy of the DHS; I don't travel all that well at 68, but upon reading this, I think we will arrange to only stay with trusted family and friends, henceforward.

Mar 16 09:52

iHeartMedia Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. CEO Gets a $10.3 Million Bonus.

In a statement, CEO Bob Pittman announced that the company has reached an in-principle agreement with creditors to restructure its debt.


Not exactly the best news for iHeart, though Pittman is privately celebrating. The CEO will receive $10.3 million in bonus payments — on top of everything else — for courageously running this company into the ground. According to RadioInk, Pittman the bonus amount will be distributed throughout the year, with a bankruptcy restructuring constituting a major part of Pittman’s responsibility in 2018.

The ‘2018 Key Incentive Bonus Plan’ includes a $1 million spot bonus for stellar work in 2016 and 2017, plus a fat $2 million+ payment by March 31st. Other top-level iHeart executives, includes COO Richard Bressler and General Counsel Robert Walls, will also walk away with millions in bonuses.

Formerly known as Clear Channel, iHeartMedia has over 850 stations.

Mar 16 09:51

LOU DOBBS | Jeff Sessions Is The ‘Most Feckless, Incompetent Attorney General In U.S. History’

Lou Dobbs lays it all out there on Sessions...


Mar 16 09:50


While they always stopped short of official allegations in the past, US officials have, since 2016, repeatedly insinuated that Russia had been trying to hack the US electrical grid. Thursday say the Trump Administration directly making those allegations for the first time.

This new report appears to be timed to come out with new US sanctions against Russia, which cited “malicious cyberattacks” as one of their justifications. The allegations, however, stem from accusations which have been out since the Obama Administration-era, and have long since been discredited.

The report itself is largely just a whitepaper on how hacking in general works, with scant mention of what Russia is even alleged to have done. The report dates the incidents to “since 2016,” however, and the description clearly mirrors the much vaunted Burlington Electric hack in Vermont in 2016.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would politely suggest that the Trump administration has "jumped the proverbial shark" with this accusation, which absolutely cannot be proven.

IF this was a trial balloon to get the American public to buy in to an actual shooting war with Russia, it was way too weighted down with the lead of illogic and massive inconsistencies to succeeed.

That the Administration would actually think the American people would buy in to this, is more than a little terrifying.

Mar 16 09:45


Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), a longtime outspoken defender of consumer rights and critic of Wall Street banks, condemned Wells Fargo on Thursday for giving its CEO a 35 percent pay raise following several scandals at the bank, and slammed executive Tim Sloan when he criticized her remarks.

Warren tweeted her outrage after regulatory documents revealed Sloan's 2017 pay rose significantly from the previous year, even as Wells Fargo was facing rebuke after its employees opened millions of fraudulent accounts in customers' names. The bank has been forced to pay nearly $200 million in fines due to its actions.

The bank was also sanctioned this week by regulators over another scandal in which it signed up and charged customers for auto insurance that they didn't need or request. Wells Fargo will have to give refunds to about 570,000 consumers.

In January, Sloan admitted that the bank was unsure whether it was operating without continued widespread fraudulence by its employees.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I suppose Warren must be congratulated for her magnificent grasp of the obvious; but what is she actually doing in Congress to make actions by financial institutions like Wells Fargo stop?!?

Were I a current customer of Wells Fargo, after all these scandals, I would make sure to close my account, taking my money elsewhere, and be very politely vocal about why this was happening.

But Sloan behaved as all the one percenters nearly always behave; creating illegal schemes to scam money out of customers, and getting pretty much away with it with impunity.

He knows that having most likely "greased the wheels" of both parties to lay off him and his practices, by way of significant, overt and covert donations, he had purchased immunity for any crimes which he may have committed, or upon which he had personally signed off.

Mar 16 09:38

Horrifying New Details About The Woman Who Was Raped In An Airplane Bathroom And Why The Man Responsible Still Hasn't Been Arrested

A woman who said she was raped during a recent flight claims the man responsible still hasn't been arrested.
Aubrey Lane, a 31-year-old married mother from Colorado, said she was assaulted while on a red-eye flight from Phoenix to New York this past June. The man who sat next to her on that flight appeared to be drunk.

Mar 16 09:38

A custodian takes advantage of National School Walkout and steals $180 from students' book bags

While students in a South Carolina school participated in the National School Walkoutthis week, a custodian helped herself to their cash, police said.

Mar 16 09:37

Teens Face ‘Corporal Punishment’ in Rural Arkansas for Participating in Student Walkout

Three students in a rural part of Arkansas have allegedly been smacked for participating in Wednesday’s national walkout protesting against gun violence.

Mar 16 09:36


Slovak Prime Minister Robert Rico resigned Thursday after widespread outrage in reaction to the murder of a journalist who reported on potential links between organized crime and government officials.

“Today I have offered my resignation to the president of the republic,” Fico told reporters. “If the president accepts it, I am ready to resign tomorrow.”

The journalist, 27-year-old Jan Kuciak, and his fiancée, Martina Kušnírová, were found shot to death in Kuciak’s apartment on February 26.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

For Rico to resign so abruptly, rather than cling on to power, may hint that he already knew of massive improprieties in the Slovakian government, and wanted to distance himself from it; but I have to reserve judgement here until all the facts are truly known.

Mar 16 09:35

Florida bridge collapse death toll likely to rise as investigators sift through rubble, police say

The death toll from the collapse of a brand-new pedestrian bridge near Florida International University has risen to six, including a student at the school, authorities said today.
And officials believe the number of dead may rise as investigators sift through the rubble after the search and rescue efforts were called off last night.

Mar 16 09:33

Gilad Atzmon Needs Your Immediate Support!

I am being sued for libel in the High Court in England by Campaign Against Antisemitsm’s chairman Gideon Falter. I have made the decision to fight this crucial battle for freedom of expression even though this fight poses a real risk of bankrupting me and my family.

I choose to fight their suit because I believe that the CAA and its chairman and its use of libel laws pose a danger to freedom of speech and the future of this country as an open society. Enough is enough!

Mr. Falter has sued me for comments I made on my own website.

My comments were made in the context of expressing my opinion about the situation where, last July, The British Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) attested that there had been no increase in anti-Semitism in Britain, and Gideon Falter and the CAA refused to accept the CPS’s verdict. Falter and the CAA insisted that anti Semitism was on the rise. Sky news reported on the discrepancies between the findings of CPS and the CAA.

Mar 16 09:33

Plastic: WHO launches health review

The World Health Organization is to launch a review into the potential risks of plastic in drinking water.

It will assess the latest research into the spread and impact of so-called microplastics - particles that are small enough to be ingested.

It comes after journalism organisation Orb Media found plastic particles in many major brands of bottled water.

There is no evidence that microplastics can undermine human health but the WHO wants to assess the state of knowledge.

Plastic particles found in bottled water
Bruce Gordon, coordinator of the WHO’s global work on water and sanitation, told BBC News that the key question was whether a lifetime of eating or drinking particles of plastic could have an effect.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The human body is not engineered to handle the ingestion of plastic in any way, shape, or form.

And IF the processors of these brands of these very expensive brands of drinking water water knew about the reality that microplastics were in it, the corporate CEOS of these companies should be doing hard time in in jail; that SHOULD solve the problem.

Mar 16 09:08

REPORT | Paul Ryan Will Announce Retirement From Congress…

Inside scoop reported very early this morning...


Mar 16 09:04

Trump decides to remove national security adviser, and others may follow

President Trump has decided to remove H.R. McMaster as his national security adviser and is actively discussing potential replacements, according to five people with knowledge of the plans, preparing to deliver yet another jolt to the senior ranks of his administration.

Mar 16 09:03

Nike brand president resigns; company probes workplace complaints

Reuters) - Nike Inc's namesake brand President Trevor Edwards has resigned and will retire in August, a company spokeswoman said on Thursday.
Earlier on Thursday the Wall Street Journal, citing an internal memo, reported that Nike had received in recent weeks reports of "behavior occurring within our organization that do not reflect our core values of inclusivity, respect and empowerment."

Mar 16 09:02

Oklahoma Senate votes to wipe out tax break for the wealthy, potentially saving $120 million a year

The Oklahoma Senate on Thursday sent the House a bill that is aimed at wiping out a tax credit that benefited mainly the wealthy.
Senate Bill 1086, by Sen. Dave Rader, R-Tulsa, passed by a vote of 30-10. It heads to the House for consideration.
The measure would eliminate the capital gains tax credit, Rader said.

Mar 16 09:02

Donald Trump Jr. and wife Vanessa to divorce: A look back at their marriage (updated)

Vanessa Trump has officially filed for divorce from Donald Trump Jr.
After five children, the Donald’s presidency, and even death threats, they certainly had a drama-packed 12 years of marriage.

Mar 16 09:01

Russia Says it Will Attack U.S. Military if Trump Strikes Syria Again

Top Russian officials have threatened to retaliate with force if President Donald Trump orders an attack that could endanger the lives of its soldiers stationed there in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's campaign against rebels and jihadis near Damascus.

Mar 16 08:06

New Orleans restaurant announces “white privilege tax” to charge white customers more money for the same food

If you’re ever in New Orleans looking for a bite to eat, you’ll want to avoid a controversial pop-up restaurant known as SAARTJ whose racist black owner has decided that he’s going to make a political statement about “white privilege” by charging all white customers more money than black customers for the exact same food.

Run by local Nigerian chef Tunde Wey, SAARTJ recently announced plans to implement an $18 surcharge on every meal that it sells to white customers, while all of the restaurant’s black customers will get a discounted rate for their meals. It’s all part of Wey’s personal crusade to stick it to the white man in retaliation for what he sees as racial wealth inequality throughout American society.

Mar 16 07:58

Mnuchin spent $1mn of govt money using USAF as airline – watchdog

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spent almost $1 million on military liaison flights for himself and his entourage when he could have taken cheaper civilian flights, a transparency watchdog report says.

Mar 16 07:57

Alabama lawmaker: We shouldn't arm teachers because most are women

Alabama lawmakers need to protect "our ladies" and to do that, they should not arm teachers because most are women, argued State Rep. Harry Shiver, R-Stockton, this morning.

Mar 16 07:48

Mum obsessed with McDonald's security guard pitched tent on roundabout opposite his work and refused to leave

A jilted mum who stalked a McDonald's security guard for 18 months pitched a tent on a roundabout outside his work and refused to leave.
Harvinder Said, 44, became infatuated with Simon Wynne, 50, after they met at a gym and became friends.

The former teaching assistant threatened to "follow" her victim "forever" but has been spared jail .
When he tried to end their friendship, Said bombarded him with sexual Facebook messages and pretended she was his girlfriend.
She even staged an eight-hour "vigil" outside his home before falling asleep on the driveway.

Mar 16 07:47

'Obey the rules': Shocking moment man slaps woman for refusing to wear a hijab - after getting out of his car to scream at her

This is the moment a Muslim woman filmed the moment an irate man verbally and physically assaults her when she told him it was 'her right' to not wear a hijab.

The altercation took place in a parking lot believed to be in Tehran and saw a man repeatedly berating the women to 'obey the rules' from his car.

Passers-by were heard as they supported the woman by beeping their horns with one chanting 'we support the women of the revolution' from his car window.

Mar 16 07:40

No such thing as a free lunch! Sheriff LEGALLY pockets more than $750,000 meant to feed prison inmates and uses it buy a beach house

In September, Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin and his wife Karen purchased an orange four-bedroom house with an in-ground pool and canal access in an upscale section of Orange Beach for $740,000.

To finance the purchase, Entrekin got a $592,000 mortgage from Peoples Bank of Alabama, according to public real estate records. The home is one of several properties with a total assessed value of more than $1.7 million that the couple own together or separately in Etowah and Baldwin counties.

Mar 16 07:40


Earlier today, a google whistleblower showed up in a thread on 4chan pol and gave quite a bit of info. Could be a larper, could be legit, see for yourself.

Mar 16 07:37

Snuggie customers will be paid back $7.2m in refunds after the infamous all-in-one blanket infomercial firm deceived customers with fake $20 buy-one-get-one-free offer

The Snuggie has raked in millions, but now the company behind famous "as seen on TV" fleece blanket is being forced to pay its customers $7.2 million back in refunds.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) alleged that Allstar Marketing Group, the New York-based company behind the infomercial product, misrepresented and deceived customers with its ads.
The settlement cites unauthorized charges and failure to adequately disclose material terms of the offer, under the Telemarketing and Consumer Fraud and Abuse Prevention Act.

Mar 16 07:36

Trump decides to remove national security adviser, and others may follow

President Trump has decided to remove H.R. McMaster as his national security adviser and is actively discussing potential replacements, according to five people with knowledge of the plans, preparing to deliver yet another jolt to the senior ranks of his administration.

Mar 16 07:35

Ghanaian teacher who Taught his Students How to use mS word on a blackboard gets computers donated to his school

With just a blackboard and a talent for drawing, a Ghanaian teacher has explained in detail to his students the secrets of Microsoft Word, earning numerous headlines and worldwide admiration.
Now Richard Appiah Akoto, who gained fame last month for teaching computer technology without computers at Betenase M/A Junior High School in the southern Ghana town of Sekyedumase, is starting to appreciate the fruits of his unexpected media attention.

Mar 16 06:57

Here is the footage showing the #fiubridge collapse.

Mar 16 06:51

Jeremy Corbyn defies critics and calls for calm over Russia

Labour leader warns against ‘McCarthyite intolerance of dissent’ after nerve agent attack

Mar 16 06:48


The bombs, which are reported as being pressure plated, or pressure- activated explosives, are similar in design and function to IEDs used in the Middle East, an Infowars security officer close to the source said.

“Basically the guy doing them has to go to the location, has to then sit there, arm the bomb and then tape it closed. He’s not arming them somewhere and then bringing them.”

“It’s a pressure plate, per se, with a heavy object on top of it,” the Infowars security chief described. “It’s unbalanced so that when you move the box, whatever’s on the plate falls off and that activates the bomb and that makes it go off.”

Mar 16 01:27

Democrats’ civil war flares after Lamb’s upset win

The 33-year-old Marine veteran personally opposed abortion (while backing abortion rights), described a $15 minimum wage as “high” and ran an ad showing him doing target practice with a machine gun — none of which sit well with the ascendant Democratic base.
“He didn’t run on an identity politics, one-size fits all message,” said Rep. Kurt Schrader (D-Ore.), co-chairman of the Blue Dog PAC, the fundraising arm for the conservative Democratic coalition. “He ran on the Blue Dog message.”

For the Blue Dogs, Lamb’s successful center-left campaign is proof that the Democratic Party’s “big tent” mentality is still a winning electoral strategy>>>

Mar 15 18:14

“Opening Pandora’s box”: Russian weapons chief blasts Trump’s Space Force plans

The Russian deputy PM in charge of the defense industry, Dmitry Rogozin, has warned US President Donald Trump against taking the arms race into space, hinting at unpredictable negative consequences of such a plan.

Mar 15 18:05

Feinstein asks CIA to declassify Gina Haspel post 9-11 torture documents before confirmation

“As we move forward with the nomination process for Ms. Haspel, my fellow senators and I must have the complete picture of Ms. Haspel’s involvement in the program in order to fully and fairly review her record and qualifications,” Feinstein wrote in a letter to Pompeo and Haspel.

Mar 15 15:43

Trump Suggests Withdrawing Troops From South Korea Over Trade Issues

President Trump’s Wednesday fundraiser in Missouri is raising eyebrows in the news, as he suggested to donors that he is considering withdrawing US troops from South Korea if he can’t get a better trade deal out of their government.

Trump didn’t go into tremendous details about whether this meant a full withdrawal or a drawdown, and a lot of analysts were very dismissive of the report, suggesting it was an empty threat and just a negotiating tactic.

Mar 15 15:19

High School Teacher Placed on Leave after Questioning National School walkout

The teacher says all she did was open up a debate about the politics of the protest in her classroom.

Mar 15 15:04

Former CIA Officer Exposes Clinton Charity Fraud as Biggest Scandal in US History

Former CIA Officer and whistleblower Kevin Shipp says the reason for all the crime and treason at the FBI and DOJ all boils down to one thing – the Clinton's so-called “charity.”

Shipp explains, “Hillary Clinton was running and is running a global financial criminal syndicate. She was using these secret servers to conduct Clinton financial money laundering business."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF this is true.... one has at least an explanation for why these crimes have been whitewashed for all these years. It is the interconnection between all these people, at the highest levels of the 1%, which has prevented Hillary from having to account for these actions.

Mar 15 14:57

PHOTO | Disgusting Moment From School Walkout…

This is America in the age of bitter snowflakes...


Mar 15 14:49

Trumps Illegal Wars

Mar 15 14:35

Miami bridge collapse - "Accelerated Bridge Construction"...Installed in 6 hrs

& installed on Saturday in 6 hrs to minimize traffic disruption

Mar 15 14:25

Miami bridge collapse - Watch Timelapse Video of the 950-Ton Bridge Move

Miami bridge collapse - Engineering company BDI quickly deleted this tweet
Company that performed 'structural monitoring'

- "Accelerated Bridge Construction"...Installed in 6 hrs cached-page

Mar 15 14:14

Glenn Greenwald Murders Harvard Professor Larry Tribe…

It all started with this insane tweet from Tribe…