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Sep 27 12:23

Trump's Big Problem: He Talks Too Much

President Trump's speech in Alabama Friday night lasted one hour and 23 minutes. A transcript of his remarks runs to just over 12,000 words.
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What is striking is that the football remarks, which set off another media/political firestorm for Trump, are in the simplest sense a result of the president just talking too much.
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"Reagan said to me one day, 'How long do you think I can hold an audience?'" Rollins recalled in a conversation Monday.

When Rollins said he did not know, Reagan explained, "Here's what I do. I pick someone in the audience. I watch them. I watch their reaction, every so often look across the room."

"I can hold an audience for about 20, 23 minutes >>>

(*But that's only because Reagan wasn't working the crowd with perpetual campaign rhetoric 11 months into his tenure)

Sep 27 11:33

GOP is dead, Obamacare is alive

Remember back in 2012 when then-vice president Joe Biden told us, "Bin Laden is dead; General Motors is alive"? The good old days. That was also around the time Senators John McCain and Lisa Murkowski promised to repeal Obamacare – along with a bunch of other Republicans seeking re-election to Congress.

Fast forward to 2017>>>

Sep 27 11:14

Trump Plans Drastic Corporate Tax Cuts

US President Donald Trump will unveil a proposal to cut personal and corporate taxes by at least $5 trillion over 10 years, under a sweeping White House and Congressional plan that aims to slash the corporate tax rate by 15 percent, one of the lowest rates in the industrial world.

Sep 27 11:09

American Wars are Disobeying the Constitution

(*America's War On Free Speech Sure Is !
The President Says FIRE THE S.O.B. greeted with thunderous applause , because he ran on a platform of Political Correctness being BAD for America
However , he said FIRE THE S.O.B. because he , himself found something that he personally found to be Politically Incorrect .
Under THIS President , I feel I've got something to worry about for pointing out the 100 yard hole in his veneer)

Sep 27 10:31

"Songbird" McCain Betrays the United States - Again

He didn't just betray his country. He betrayed the voters of AZ who put him in office based on his lies. He betrayed the donors who paid for his campaign because they believed he was an honorable man. And he betrayed his colleagues in the Senate who supported him through his scandals.
Yes, he is a veteran. And yes, he has cancer. But neither gives him the excuse to call himself a Republican

(*So just Dish Him Off as a Democrat !)
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Sep 27 10:19

Here is the leaked Trump Tax reform plan

In a political era where every little thing is leaked to the media, we no longer have to wait for presidential speeches to learn the details

Sep 27 10:09

Donald Trump: Roy Moore Will Help Make America Great Again

President Donald Trump confirmed that he spoke with Roy Moore in the wake of his Senate primary victory in Alabama on Tuesday.

“Spoke to Roy Moore of Alabama last night for the first time,” Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning. “Sounds like a really great guy who ran a fantastic race. He will help to #MAGA!”

Sep 27 09:23

As Predicted, Supreme Court Kicks Can on Trump’s Travel Ban

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To recap, the temporary restrictions initially announced during President Trump’s first week in office applied to seven Muslim-majority countries: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, and Sudan. Iraq was removed when the restrictions were revised on March 6. The new order issued Sunday (September 24), announces an indefinite travel ban. It drops Sudan from the list, but adds Chad, North Korea, and Venezuela.

Trump did not come up with the original seven countries on his own. They were cited in legislation signed by President Obama that related to the Visa Waiver Program (section 1187(a)(12) of federal immigration law). Nevertheless, because of Trump’s campaign rhetoric against radical Islam — which, Trump being Trump, was colorably alleged to be anti-Islam — critics attacked the travel restrictions as the product of bias against Muslims.

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Sep 27 08:59

US Joint Chiefs Chairman: Iran Honoring Nuclear Deal

US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joe Dunford offered an unusually stern rebuke of the push to withdraw from the P5+1 deal with Iran. Testifying to the Senate Armed Services Committee, he noted Iran was complying with the terms of the deal.

More importantly, Gen. Dunford warned that a US move to unilaterally withdraw from the deal would have huge ramifications internationally, raising global questions about America’s treaty obligations, and reliability as a partner in future negotiations.

Sep 27 08:41

BROWN-NOSING THE ISRAEL LOBBY

Silencing the freedom of speech of legitimate boycott supporters has occurred in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, and more recently in Cologne.

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In the front line of those “brown-nosing” politicians are the members of the Social Party, the Christian Democratic Party, and of course, the Green philo-Semite politician Volker Beck who fervently wants to be the future leader of the campaign against “Anti-Semitism” which will be supported by his friends in the pro-Israel lobby.

Sep 27 08:41

JPMorgan Ordered To Pay Over $4 Billion To Widow And Family

A Dallas jury ordered JPMorgan Chase to pay more than $4 billion in damages for mishandling the estate of a former American Airlines executive.

Jo Hopper and two stepchildren won a probate court verdict over claims that JPMorgan mismanaged the administration of the estate of Max Hopper, who was described as an airline technology innovator by the family’s law firm. The bank, which was hired by the family in 2010 to independently administer the estate of Hopper, was found in breach of its fiduciary duties and contract. In total, JP Morgan Chase was ordered to pay at least $4 billion in punitive damages, approximately $4.7 million in actual damages, and $5 million in attorney fees.

Sep 27 08:37

Murder of Mainstream Media Journalist Exposes Banking Industry at Highest Levels

The New York Post says so. According to the newspaper in 1991, the television newswoman who died in Bucks County eight years ago was murdered because she was investigating an Italian banking scandal. “Savitch was in danger after she began looking into the life and death of Italian banker Robert Calvi,” the Post said in a story published yesterday. The Post story quoted private investigator William Callahan, who alleged that Calvi was murdered after his Milan-based bank collapsed, costing the Vatican $250 million.

Sep 27 08:23

Left Behind

Sep 27 07:25

Famous 2016 US Election Hoaxer Paul Horner Reportedly Found Dead at 38

Horner claimed his fake news articles had helped get Trump elected; he fooled his readers with invented tales about President Obama being gay and a radical Muslim.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No, he didn't.

Sep 27 07:02

Green Bay Packers want their fans to link arms during anthem

called the NFL family "one of the most diverse communities in the world," noted how the game of football brings people together

(*The enemy of the state is conspiring . did the statement really read; one of the most diverse communities in the world ? That sounds like a bunch of Communist mumbo jumbo , doesn't it ? family , community , bringing People ...TOGETHER ?!?!??
YEP! That's Commie Talk!)

Sep 27 06:42

Voter Fraud detected in the German election

They are stating that the AFD party got 0.0% of the votes in a district, in which the districts next to it voted 18% and 24% respectively for AFD. They are stating how very strange it is.

Only a fool would think that vote fraud was not a big part of the last election in Germany. It also happened in the last USA election but Trump’s landslide overcame it.

Sep 27 04:53

Trump: Catalan Secession ‘Foolish,’

Despite long-standing assurances from the State Department that the US would take no stance on the upcoming Catalonia referendum, President Trump couldn’t help himself while hosting Spain’s Prime Minister, loudly endorsing Spanish unity.

Trump attacked the referendum effort in Catalonia as “foolish,” saying the people of Catalonia should accept a united Spain. Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy insisted the vote wouldn’t count anyhow.

Catalonia’s referendum on independence is scheduled for Sunday

Sep 27 02:41

Washington Has Initiated Military Conflict With Russia — WW3? Article by Paul Craig Roberts.

With the public in its pocket, the military/security complex will increase its reckless provocations of Russia until we are all dead.

Sep 27 00:40

Clinton Compares Trump to Putin: ‘Hopefully He Hasn’t Ordered the Killing of People and Journalists’

Hillary Clinton said Monday on Bloomberg News that President Donald Trump has "tendencies toward authoritarianism," adding that she hopes he has not "ordered the killing of people and journalists" as Russian President Vladimir Putin has been accused of doing. Clinton’s appearance on "Charlie Rose" coincides with the recent release of her campaign book, What Happened. In the book, she called Trump a "creep" and described Russian involvement as a major reason why she unfairly lost the election. (Right...)

Sep 26 23:05

Weeks Before His Assassination, JFK Ordered Full Withdrawal from Vietnam

The idea that Kennedy would push for an end to the United States’ corrupt and troubled involvement in Vietnam is not surprising, considering his ongoing war with the Central Intelligence Agency. However, the fact that Kennedy was pushing for full withdrawal from Vietnam just weeks before he was assassinated, should be noted and remembered. Less than one year later, the Gulf of Tonkin incident served as the perfect false flag to send the U.S. into a war that killed over 58,000 Americans.

Sep 26 22:42

Not a Snowflake Day Care — Walter Williams on American colleges

Many colleges have become hotbeds of what might be labeled as enlightened racism. Students at the University of California, Berkeley created “safe spaces” for people of color. Resident advisers at Scripps College posted two signs to educate students about “emotional labor,” one aimed at white students and one for “people of color and marginalized backgrounds.” University of Michigan students demanded a “designated space on central campus for Black students and students of color to organize and do social justice work.” That was after the university caved to student demands and spent $10 million to build a multicultural center.

Sep 26 21:31

Washington Has Initiated Military Conflict With Russia

Sooner or later it will dawn on the Russian government that Washington is not a rational government with which diplomacy can be practiced, peace pursued, and agreements reached......

Sep 26 19:51

Donald Trump fought the NFL once before

This isn't the first time Trump has picked a fight with the NFL. And last time around, he lost spectacularly.

Trump's football adventure began in 1984, when he bought the New Jersey Generals, part of the then-new United States Football League. The USFL, -+- was envisioned by founder David Dixon as a complement to the National Football League that would play in the spring, leaving fall to the NFL. For its first three years, the strategy seemed successful.

But it wasn't enough for Trump. He pushed hard to shift the USFL to a fall schedule, where the USFL - with less talent and less public awareness - would go head-to-head with the bigger league.
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But Trump's plan was typically audacious and risky. Rather than organically grow a new league, he hoped to force an immediate merger with the NFL, which would provide huge returns for surviving USFL team owners. That goal hinged in part on an antitrust lawsuit alleging the NFL was an unlawful monopoly.

But things didn't go Trump's way>>>

(*It's all about The Knee !)

Sep 26 16:58

Another Appeals Court Rules Warrants Required for “Stingray” Cellphone Surveillance

By Derrick Broze

An appeals court in Washington has ruled that law enforcement must acquire a search warrant before employing cell phone surveillance tools often known as “Stingrays.”

On September 21, an appeals court in Washington issued a damning ruling regarding law enforcement use of cell phone surveillance tools without the use of a warrant. The appeals court became the fourth court to rule against the unrestricted use of the controversial cell site simulators, sometimes known as “Stingrays.” The issue could eventually make its way to the Supreme Court. Stingray is the brand name of a popular cell-site simulator manufactured by the Harris Corporation.

Sep 26 16:50

U.S. President Donald Trump Quietly Signs Law To Allow Warrantless Searches In Parts Of VA, DC and MD

As former White House chief of staff and current Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has said: “You never let a serious crisis go to waste.” While everyone was worried about the hurricanes, U.S. President Donald Trump signed away the Fourth Amendment buried in a new bill. He set a precedent by empowering the police state to allow warrantless searches in parts of VA, MD and D.C. near the Metro train system. The government can now openly enter and search private property without a warrant in parts of Virginia, Maryland and D.C.

Sep 26 16:48

Open Carry: Why Don’t More People?

Is it true that if we don’t exercise our rights that they may be more easily taken away? When it comes to firearms carry, I sometimes wonder why I don’t see more people open carry in public. Regarding this, I do completely understand the notion of potentially becoming a target during the unlikely event of a violent encounter. However a potential violent situation may also be averted if the criminal sees someone else who is openly carrying. Maybe, maybe not.

Sep 26 14:41

In New York, major crime complaints fell when cops took a break from ‘proactive policing’

When New York police officers temporarily reduced their “proactive policing” efforts on low-level offenses, major-crime reports in the city actually fell, according to a study based on New York Police Department crime statistics. The researchers also noted that proactive policing is often used disproportionately in communities with high poverty rates and large numbers of people of color.

Sep 26 14:34

It’s time for Trump, GOP to lose the distractions and get busy on tax reform

A new poll out Tuesday shows that the Trump administration and the GOP-controlled Congress could win major confidence points with Americans on both sides of the political divide if Washington delivers on a reform package to simplify the tax code and provide cuts for the middle class. According to the polling data out from the American Action Network, 73 percent of Americans believe comprehensive tax reform legislation should be a major priority for Congress.

Sep 26 14:22

“Bernie is the most honest person in the Senate” Says Senator Lindsey Graham

In the CNN Town Hall debate between Senators Bernie Sanders and Lindsey Graham (plus Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Bill Cassidy) that was telecast on Monday evening September 25th (see the transcript of it here), the Republican Senators Graham and Cassidy were unable to discredit anything that Sanders said against their Graham-Cassidy Republican healthcare bill in the Senate, but instead they attacked Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act). Sanders said, regarding that attack, “Let’s not throw the baby out with the bath water” and received the biggest applause yet in the debate.

Sep 26 14:06

Trump, Rajoy united against North Korea actions, Catalonia referendum

Sept. 26 (UPI) -- President Donald Trump and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy held a joint press conference Tuesday and during it condemned threats from North Korea and a planned independence referendum in Catalonia.

Sep 26 14:04

West Virginia: Major Legal Victory for Gun Owners

It's been a four year battle, and it does not just affect Charleston. Every city in West Virginia now has a ruling prohibiting their ability to disarm us in these facilities. This is a major legal victory for West Virginia's gun owners. Your dues funded this suit, and brought this victory. This victory sets legal precedent statewide.

Sep 26 14:02

The German Election: The West’s Nervous Breakdown Continues

Following Sunday’s nationwide parliamentary election here in Germany I can hear the mocking laughter of 1989’s ghost, echoing throughout Europe and around the world. The great victory march of the “Free Market” Religion, which featured pompous, self-righteous politicians, pundits, and other worshippers at the altar of Big Finance strutting and crowing in the years following the fall of the Wall about the final demise and alleged failure of the supposedly evil and misguided socialist idea, has come to a grinding halt.

Sep 26 13:58

The Single-Payer Disaster

If we let the Left win, America will be fundamentally changed in a matter of decades. That new America would be less healthy, less prosperous, and less free.

Sep 26 13:23

FLASHBACK: The Data That Turned the World Upside Down

Hannes Grassegger & Mikael Krogerus. Jan 28 2017, 9:15am

Psychologist Michal Kosinski developed a method to analyze people in minute detail based on their Facebook activity. Did a similar tool help propel Donald Trump to victory? Two reporters from Zurich-based Das Magazin went data-gathering.?

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"Pretty much every message that Trump put out was data-driven," says Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix

Sep 26 12:57

Hillary Clinton refuses to rule out challenging "legitimacy" of Trump's election win

Hillary Clinton has said that she “would not” rule out questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 US election over the investigation into Russian interference.

The former Secretary of State told National Public Radio she would dispute Donald Trump’s win if it turns out that allegations of Russia hacking were more insidious than the country originally thought.

Sep 26 12:54

If You Blame Hillary Clinton for Benghazi, You Probably Couldn’t Serve on This Jury

Next Monday, Ahmed Abu Khattala will become the only person to go on trial for the 2012 attack on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. The government alleges that Abu Khattala, a Libyan, was a member of the terrorist group Ansar al-Sharia and was one of the ringleaders of the attack that resulted in the deaths of US Ambassador Chris Stephens and three other American State Department employees.

Sep 26 12:50

Trump's New UK Ambassador Wrongly Accuses Britain of Spending 'Minimum' on Its Military

Donald Trump’s new ambassador to Britain has incorrectly accused the Government of spending the “minimum” on defence.

Woody Johnson, a 70-year-old billionaire, suggested the UK’s funding was not enough to maintain its global standing.

“Whether you have the capability you need to be a powerful nation going forward, I think you are going to have to determine,” he told the Telegraph.

"We spend at least twice that much and we could still spend more. And we probably should spend more as well."

(*Sounds like he's on point with The Trump Agenda to me !)

Sep 26 12:43

The NFL: Big Business With Big Tax Breaks

If You Build It ...

Besides the tax exemption, the NFL can also get a break through big stadium deals. Take, for example, the Dallas Cowboys.

In the late 1990s, the Dallas Cowboys and the team's owner, Jerry Jones, began plans to expand their stadium or build a new one. Jones shopped in and around Dallas for years, asking for public assistance to fund the stadium.

He found an audience in Arlington, a city just outside of Dallas. The price tag for the public was $325 million. (Jones was responsible for the balance of the money for the $1.2 billion stadium. Dallas News says Jones' contribution "was paid with commercial loans, league funding and proceeds from a ticket and parking tax.")

Sep 26 12:39

Paid Patriotism: Six Ways The NFL Is Directly Connected To The Government

There's a reason why football is called America's pastime. Americans —if they watch the sport or not— are unconsciously paying for it. Controversy brought on by NFL star Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the National Anthem last season, and subsequently looking for employment this season, has put the organization founded in 1920 under a microscope.

Non-Profit Status.
Believe it or not, the NFL is non-profit. The IRS expanded Section 501(c)6 of the Internal Revenue Code, which "provides for the exemption of business leagues, chambers of commerce, real estate boards, boards of trade and professional football leagues, which are not organization." As noted by The Washington Post, this exception means the NFL’s headquarters in New York led by Goodell is spared tax payments that some estimate to be $10 million annually— because the teams and not the NFL make money.

Sep 26 12:35

How the NFL Fleeces Taxpayers

Taxpayers fund the stadiums, antitrust law doesn't apply to broadcast deals, the league enjoys nonprofit status, and Commissioner Roger Goodell makes $30 million a year. It's time to stop the public giveaways to America's richest sports league—and to the feudal lords who own its teams.
Last year was a busy one for public giveaways to the National Football League. In Virginia, Republican Governor Bob McDonnell, who styles himself as a budget-slashing conservative crusader, took $4 million from taxpayers’ pockets and handed the money to the Washington Redskins, for the team to upgrade a workout facility. Hoping to avoid scrutiny, McDonnell approved the gift while the state legislature was out of session. The Redskins’ owner, Dan Snyder, has a net worth estimated by Forbes at $1 billion. But even billionaires like to receive expensive gifts.
And on and on........

Sep 26 12:11

National Survey: Americans Agree with Trump on National Anthem and NFL Protests

The Remington Research Group has just conducted a public poll, which shows two things very clearly. First, the American people agree with Donald Trump when it comes to NFL anthem protests.

Sep 26 11:43

Roger Stone: ‘I tend to believe that the DNC hack was an inside job’

Political pundit and best-selling author Roger Stone told members of the press on Tuesday that the so-called ‘DNC hack’ may not have been a hack at all and was likely an “inside job.”

Sep 26 11:20

Roger Stone tells the House Intel Committee how it is, demands an apology, calls ranking member a liar

Stone said that although investigators think that he was somehow involved some type of collusive activity between the Trump Campaign and the Russian State there is “not one shred of evidence” to back up the allegation which Stone said is “conjecture” at best.

Sep 26 11:19

U.S. President Donald Trump Quietly Signs Law To Allow Warrantless Searches In Parts Of VA, DC and MD

By Aaron Kesel

As former White House chief of staff and current Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has said: “You never let a serious crisis go to waste.” While everyone was worried about the hurricanes, U.S. President Donald Trump signed away the Fourth Amendment buried in a new bill. He set a precedent by empowering the police state to allow warrantless searches in parts of VA, MD and D.C. near the Metro train system...

Sep 26 10:40

Water Authority seeks to pipe water from four rural valleys

The fate of four rural Nevada water basins will be decided in the next few weeks.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Basically, Nevada wants to pump more water away from farmers so that Las Vegas can have more water fountains.

Sep 26 10:10

Zinke: One-third of Interior Employees Not Loyal to Trump

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Monday that nearly one-third of employees at his department are not loyal to him and President Donald Trump, adding that he is working to change the department's regulatory culture to be more business friendly.

Zinke, a former Navy SEAL, said he knew when he took over the 70,000-employee department in March that, "I got 30 percent of the crew that's not loyal to the flag."

Sep 26 09:49

Roy Moore: Just Another Kosher Zionist

From Moore's own website: "We must remember that Israel is the United States' most important ally and partner in the Middle East and should reject agreements or policies that undermine Israel's security. We should pass the Taylor Force Act and move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem."

Sep 26 09:17

Eton student who owned toddler-rape videos allowed to use false name to protect wealthy family

Eton college pupil, Andrew Picard, who owned 1,185 indecent images of children, as well as videos of a three-year-old being raped and children being forced to have sex with dogs, was allowed to use his Mother’s maiden name by the UK courts in order to protect his wealthy family’s reputation.

Picard, whose real name is Andrew Boeckman, was spared jail and handed an 18-month suspended sentence for ten counts of possessing child pornography.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The rich seem to get special treatment no matter what they do.

Sep 26 08:48

Revoke the NFL's Antitrust Exemption

Indeed, were the NFL not subject to an antitrust exemption granted to it by our compromised Congress, thanks to the sport’s lobbyists having spread “beaucoup” money all over Capitol Hill, the club of uber rich owners who make their own rules with impunity could be charged under RICO, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, for price fixing, market division and other illegal anti-competitive acts. As a former Justice Department Antitrust Division prosecutor who was on the trial team that broke up AT&T during the Reagan administration for price fixing and market division, take it from me!

Sep 26 08:32

THE CDC’S STRANGE CASE OF POUL THORSEN, MD, PHD, VACCINE DATA MANIPULATOR “EXTRAORDINAIRE”

A few months ago after reading the book Master Manipulator, I wrote an article about Poul Thorsen, MD, PhD, the Danish medical researcher who produced the ‘premiere safety study’ that vaccines do not cause Autism; however, the study was produced fraudulently, but the CDC still promotes it and has not retracted it from vaccinology research, as science protocol requires. One of the questionable studies involved is “A population-based study of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination and autism” co-authored by Poul Thorsen, See comment in PubMed Commons below N Engl J Med. 2002 Nov 7;347(19):1477-82. It’s the study CDC particularly likes to point to regarding vaccines and Autism, and is published online here. The research was about ethylmercury in Thimerosal attributing to and/or causing Autism.

Sep 26 06:11

Maxweave Waters Demands President Trump Be Impeached For NFL Comments ...Calls Trump The Most Deplorable Person She Has Ever Seen

I'm convinced, she is absolutely insane! Every time I see her I think she can't get any more bizarre than this and then she proves me wrong and slips even further down the rabbit hole. How far will she go???

Sep 26 04:12

Trump Is Playing With Fire

This week’s headlines have been dominated by reaction to US President Donald Trump’s bluster against North Korea during his address to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. This has overshadowed the equally threatening and ominous references he made in the same speech to Iran.

Anyone listening to will have been left with two impressions: Trump’s speech faithfully echoed the utterances Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, and it brazenly beat the drums of war against Iran.

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Sep 26 03:51

Dozens of Civilians Killed When U.S. Bombed a School And a Market in Syria

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The attacks documented in the report include a March 20 airstrike that targeted a school housing displaced people in the suburban town of Mansourah, outside of Tabqa, as well as another strike that hit a packed marketplace in Tabqa City two days later. Investigators from Human Rights Watch visited the sites of both attacks this July and collected the names of at least 84 civilians who had died in the bombings, including 30 children. While witnesses who spoke to investigators acknowledged that ISIS members, along with their families, had been around the areas of the bombings, they also said many civilians were nearby who had no connection to the group.

In the case of the March 22 marketplace bombing, huge numbers of people who had been lining up to buy bread at a local bakery were killed by an airstrike>>>

Sep 26 03:38

Trump Is Trying to Hoodwink Us Into War With Iran

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The president claimed that “the Iran deal was one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into,” ominously concluding, “I don’t think you’ve heard the last of it. Believe me.” Such bombastic statements fly in the face of hard evidence that the 2015 accord has been successful at preventing a nuclear-armed Iran and yet another U.S. war in the Middle East.

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Sep 26 03:21

Trump Is Able to Ramp Up the Drone War Because of Obama

(*But if Trump decides to ramp up the drone strikes , despite the 'seven year old boy' image the media is trying to apply for him in liu of a strong leadership persona , he's still an adult , and can decide for himself to drone strike or not drone strike . Bear in mind if it was bad for Obama , obviously , it's just as bad for Trump . By the same token , if Trump's independent media spins Trumps use of drones to somehow be good under Trump , then Trump would not be able to do all that good killing if not for his predecessor )

Sep 25 22:29

Survey: Just A Quarter Of Americans Can Name All 3 Branches Of Government

A sizable portion of the American public seems to show little interest in the fabric of the country’s government and history, a new survey finds. Researchers at the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) surveyed over 1,000 American adults, finding a shocking lack of knowledge as it pertains to U.S. politics among the general populace.

Sep 25 19:26

Steelers' Alejandro Villanueva on standing for anthem: 'I made my teammates look bad'

It was a mistake he says. Looks like Villanueva just woosed out.

Alejandro Villanueva, a former Army Ranger and the only Pittsburgh Steeler seen standing during the national anthem on Sunday against the Chicago Bears, told reporters he “unintentionally” threw his teammates under the bus.

In a news conference on Monday, Villanueva said it was never part of the plan to be out on the field alone and that he accidentally ran too far, according to CBS Pittsburgh.

Sep 25 18:03

How to end the North Korea problem

Here’s how to solve the seven-decade old crisis: pull all U.S. troops out of North Korea; end all military exercises on the North Korean border; encourage direct talks between the North and South and offer to host or observe them with an international delegation including the Russians and Chinese, which are after all Korea’s neighbors. The schoolyard insults back and forth between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un are not funny. They are in fact an insult to all of the rest of us!

Sep 25 17:57

MSM: Trump and the National Anthem are both relics of white supremacy

So perhaps the most important conversation the nation ought to have isn’t about whether the nation has a racist past (it does), but about how we can reverse a bloody present and future for the disadvantaged people living in its poorest (and most heavily Democrat controlled) neighborhoods. None of those 508 dead people in Chicago would have been saved if the nation scrapped the National Anthem altogether. Though, some of them may have been saved if we’d scrapped the predatory political machines running their neighborhoods into the ground for so long.

Sep 25 17:50

Deplorable Women — Hillary freaks over female Trump supporters, especially those who shout “lock her up.”

Hillary Clinton said that women who support President Donald Trump are ‘publicly disrespecting themselves’ and that he is doing ‘worse than I thought’.

Sep 25 13:36

Forget the anti-Semitism fallacy, let’s focus on the Palestinians

Blake Alcott says the usurpation of Palestine, against the will of the Palestinians, has nothing to do with Israel’s Jewishness, only with its colonialism and racism – a question of justice for the dispossessed, from which the illegitimacy of Israel simply follows.

Sep 25 12:17

Patriots fans rain boos on own players for anthem protest ...

Before Sunday’s Texans-Patriots matchup in Foxborough, Mass., about 20 Patriots players, according to ESPN, took a knee during the national anthem, the first time anyone on the team had joined the growing protest.

In return, a loud chorus of boos was heard sandwiching the singing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

(*for the "Experts": So Which Is Worse Taking The Knee or Booing during The Anthem ?)

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