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February 21, 2019

Feb 21 22:36

This 1950s Expirement Asked Artist to Draw Portrait 9 Times After Taking LSD

In the 1950s the US government did experiments with psychotomimetic drugs. In one of these experiments, an artist was given a measured amount of LSD and an activity box full of drawing materials. He was then asked to draw his experiences while under the influence. The experiment was facilitated by Oscar Janiger, a University of California-Irvine psychiatrist known for his work on acid.

Feb 21 20:08

Climate change: Ban gas grid for new homes 'in six years'

New homes should be banned from connecting to the gas grid within six years to tackle climate change, UK government advisers say.

Feb 21 20:06

Jussie Smollett: Judge calls alleged hate hoax 'despicable'

A Chicago judge has said charges that US actor Jussie Smollett staged a hoax hate crime against himself are "utterly outrageous" and "despicable" if true.

The 36-year-old African-American actor is accused of filing a fake police report claiming he was the victim of a homophobic and racist assault.

Judge John Fitzgerald Lyke, who is also black, said the "most vile" part of the incident was the use of a noose.

Feb 21 20:01

Privacy fears as bosses deploy high-tech fitness trackers to spy on employees - and could even use them to decide who to fire

Soon, your boss may want to keep an eye on you in more ways than just whether or not you're at your desk.

A growing number of employers are urging their staff to wear company-provided fitness trackers with the incentive that they'll receive quarterly payouts for reaching step goals, in addition to other rewards like insurance reimbursements.

In exchange, bosses are supplied with detailed data on their employees, ranging from their daily steps, hours spent sitting down, heart rate and sleep quality, according to the Washington Post.

Feb 21 19:58

Consumer Reports REVOKES its recommendation for Tesla's flagship Model 3 after tests reveal 'declining reliability'

Consumer Reports has refused to recommend Tesla's flagship Model 3 sedan.

The firm said the Model 3 showed 'declining reliability,' citing persistent issues with paint, trim and electronics, which were reported as a result of a member survey.

Feb 21 18:41

Liberals, Conservatives, and Many in Between Oppose Impossible and Dangerous Stipulations in the “Green New Deal” — Naomi Wolf, Bill O’Reilly, and More

By B.N. Frank

The Green New Deal has been getting a lot of criticism from both the political left and the right.

From the left, Naomi Wolf, who has an impressive résumé as a commentator: “The Green New Deal ASTONISHES – Vast $$ for VCs, ‘New Banks’, Fed Reserve, Nat’l ‘Smart Grid’, No Oversight”...

Feb 21 18:12

YouTube Found To Have Child Exploitation Videos — It’s Been A Problem For Years — REMOVES THOUSANDS OF CHANNELS AND DISABLES COMMENTS ON MILLIONS

By Aaron Kesel

YouTube has been caught in the crosshairs of another scandal, this time the platform is being accused by YouTuber Matt Watson of enabling a softcore pedophile ring in plain sight, Tech Crunch reported.

According to Watson’s Reddit post entitled “Youtube is facilitating sexual exploitation of minors”...

Feb 21 18:09

We Have Been Criminalized by an Overabundance of Laws

Governments have learned that laws can be used as revenue and control measures by criminalizing more and more of human activity. Indeed, in many instances the term “criminal” is now meaningless as law enforcement has become a greater threat to ordinary people than actual criminals.

Feb 21 17:44

Self-blinded, hyper-biased mainstream media has turned “fact checking” into a mockery of itself

“Fact checking” may have been founded on the premise of spreading truth, but in today’s world, “fact checkers” serve only to spread propaganda. In addition to left-leaning “fact checker” sites, we now have “fact checkers” surveying social media to stamp out dissent and “fact checker” applications for mobile devices and web browsers to label and censor “unapproved” content. -- While “fact checking” was once a valuable asset for discerning truth, it is now nothing more than a tool of oppression. The Left has gone so far to corrupt “fact checking” that the real meaning of “truth” in and of itself may also soon be forgotten.

Feb 21 17:17

How Microsoft is engineering massive, nationwide criminal election fraud with the help of a shady browser plug-in called “NewsGuard”

The good news with all this is that pretty much nobody uses NewsGuard, nor is anyone using the novel web browser recently released by Microsoft, known as “Edge,” that contains NewsGuard automatically built-in to its functionality. -- “The latest estimates suggest that only a little over 2 percent of internet users browse with Edge,” Dhillon explains. “Google’s Chrome, by contrast, accounts for half of the entire U.S. browser market.”

Feb 21 17:04

Famous Director Questions Qualifications For The Oscars

Feb 21 17:00

As Ardern & Morrison meet, Germany set to follow UK in clearing Huawei

There has been yet another Huawei complication ahead of Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison's meeting in Auckland today - where topics are expected to include the Chinese telco giant's participation, or otherwise, in 5G mobile network upgrades.

Germany now looks poised to follow the UK in clearing Huawei.

Dow Jones reports that a recent probe by Germany's cybersecurity agency with help from the US and other allies failed to show that the Chinese company could use its equipment to clandestinely syphon off data, according to senior agency and other government officials.

Feb 21 16:59

Chinese port bans Aussie coal, move seen as retaliation for Huawei ban

A major port in northern China has reportedly banned coal imports from Australia in a sign that Beijing may be flexing its economic muscles and warning nations not to bar its next-generation wireless technology.

The indefinite coal restrictions at Dalian started this month and are part of an overall plan to cap imports into the customs region this year, Reuters reported, citing an unnamed Dalian Port Group official.

China's foreign ministry wouldn't say if it was specifically targeting Australia, only that it regularly inspects coal imports for environmental reasons, international wire service Bloomberg said.

The move may be a shot across the bows of Australia, which last year followed the US in banning Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies Co from its 5G network on security concerns.

Feb 21 16:41

The Tactical Industry and the Erosion of Constitutional Rights

When we put things together and view the totality of circumstances, we see a police agency in a red flag law state destroying confiscated firearms. We have a popular company in the industry aiding them (interestingly, committing a federal felony in one of the pictures). This insight can give viewers the perception that the Police may have taken these firearms without due process in one of these red flag cases. That might sound like a bit of a leap in logic, mixed in with assumptions- but there is more to the story.

Feb 21 16:30

VIDEO: Woman Charged with Assault After Knocking MAGA Hat Off Man’s Head

A man trying to enjoy his meal in a Massachusetts’ Mexican restaurant was assaulted because he was wearing a pro-Trump “Make America Great Again” hat. A woman has been charged with assault and battery after knocking the man’s hat off his head.

The alleged assailant, 41-year-old Rosaine Santos, told police she did it because the man was a “motherf****r” for supporting Donald Trump. The police report also indicates that she demanded the man be barred from eating in the restaurant.

Feb 21 16:19

$22 trillion debt? Let's spend more

The national debt crossed the $22 trillion mark this month with the same ho-hum response from the American people as when it topped $20 trillion, and $15 trillion and $10 trillion. -- Just another unfathomably huge number that keeps growing, so don't bother us about it, because it's too big to be real anyway. -- Except that it is very real, and our individual share of it is $67,501.

Feb 21 16:11

Audi Just Invented Fuel Made From CO? and Water

An Audi research facility in Dresden, Germany, has managed to create the first batches of diesel fuel with a net-zero carbon footprint — made from carbon dioxide (CO2), water and renewable energy sources such as wind or solar power.

Germany’s government has welcomed the new technology, created in partnership with a greentech company called Sunfire. Johanna Wanka, Germany’s Federal Minister of Education and Research, even test drove the fuel and called it, “a crucial contribution to climate protection and the efficient use of resources,” according to an Audi press release.

Feb 21 15:53

American Airlines Flight Diverted to Nellis AFB Due to Weather

An American Airlines flight headed to Las Vegas landed safely at Nellis Air Force Base, Saturday, after being diverted due to weather-related delays at McCarran International Airport.

American Airlines said the plane had to make the landing to refuel. Flight 671 was inbound from Dallas. No details about the weather related incident were given. The plane was expected to leave Nellis shortly after refuleing. The plane had 194 people on board including 6 crew members.

Feb 21 15:53

Southeastern Grocers closing 22 grocery stores

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Feb 21 15:53

WATCH: Conservative Activist Assaulted While Protesting Jussie Smollett’s Hate Hoax

A conservative activist protesting fake hate crimes like the Jussie Smollett story, himself became the victim of a political hate crime when he was violently assaulted.

The apparent victim of the attack was helping to recruit for Turning Point USA, a conservative youth organization.

Recruiters, standing in front of a table with the factually correct sign stating “hate crime hoaxes hurt real victims,” were approached by detractors on several occasions throughout the day at the University of California, Berkeley.

But one individual violently crossed the line when he threatened to shoot one of the conservative students, knocked his phone out of his hand, and delivered a punch to the head.

Feb 21 15:31

Mainstream media gave credibility to Jussie Smollet’s hoax. It’s time to pull their plug

Feb 21 15:22

Peter Schiff: “The Real National Emergency Isn’t At The Border. It’s The National Debt!”

We are headed for a train wreck in this country because of the national debt and yet nobody seems concerned about it. In fact, many Americans have taken to emulating the federal government by getting themselves buried in massive amounts of debt as well, compounding the issue. According to Seeking Alpha‘s report by Schiff Gold, we should all we wary of the government’s overspending and desire to tax more to make up for it. Just because we haven’t suffered a crisis – YET- based on this debt doesn’t mean that one isn’t coming.

Feb 21 15:12

A Recession Indicator Having A PERFECT Record For 70 Years Is About To Be Triggered

This isn’t the only indication that a recession is creeping up on the United States. Other signs are there if you choose to look past the glassy-eyed talking heads in the media. Retail sales were so bad in December of 2018, that many say it had to be “suspect data” and not the simple fact that the economy isn’t as strong as many would have you believe. If the data was not suspect than a recession is on the way. And with retail stores closing at an alarming rate, it isn’t surprising to hear retail sales have dropped.

Feb 21 14:58

Russian new hypersonic missile can breach any defense: expert

Russia's new hypersonic Tsirkon missiles can pierce any air defense systems or missile shields, Russian military expert and retired rear admiral Vsevolod Khmyrov said Thursday.

"There is no protection from it," Khmyrov told reporters, after President Vladimir Putin in his annual address to the Federal Assembly on Wednesday announced that Russia is successfully developing the new weapon.

Putin said the Tsirkon missile fired from surface ships or submarines can reach a speed of approximately Mach 9 (about 11,000 kph) and strike a target more than 1,000 km away underwater or on the ground.

According to Khmyrov, if a carrier with Tsirkon missiles is located at a distance of 500 km from the coastline, the missiles will be able to reach targets of at least 500 km from the coastal strip in five minutes.

During this time, it is possible to detect the missiles but not intercept them, Khmyrov said.

Feb 21 14:53

Federal prosecutors broke law in Jeffrey Epstein case, judge rules

Feb 21 14:53

Snow Reported in Calabasas, Santa Monica Mountains as Levels Drop Amid Cold Storm System in L.A. County

A number of videos and photos appeared to show light but highly unusual snow falling in parts of Los Angeles County on Thursday afternoon, including Calabasas, Agoura Hills and in the Santa Monica Mountains above Malibu.

The flurry of activity took place as forecasters warned that a cold storm system moving into Southern California could bringing fresh white powder to lower elevations, possibly even to the Hollywood Hills.

Feb 21 14:51

Five heavily armed U.S. ‘mercenaries’ were arrested in Haiti. Why were they allowed to fly straight home?

A group of heavily armed men — including five American citizens — who were arrested in Haiti at the weekend have been inexplicably allowed to leave the country.

As riots over corruption engulfed the nation, the eight men were captured Sunday in the capital Port-au-Prince by Haitian police. In their vehicles — which had no external number plates — were found automatic weapons, pistols, a telescope, satellite phones, drones and ballistic vests. Fake number plates were also found.

The men, apprehended near the country’s central bank, said they were on a “government mission,” when stopped by police. Police spokesman Michel-Ange Louis-Jeune said the men refused to say anything else except that they would call their unidentified bosses. Which “government” the men spoke of was never made clear.

Feb 21 14:47

Fake Noose!

Most hate hoaxes are much more slapdash efforts. By comparison to most hate hoaxers, Jussie displayed a Daniel Day-Lewis-like level of dedication to Method acting. (Admittedly, none of the conspiracy seemed to know how to tie a noose, only managing to come up with a Windsor necktie knot to hang around the star’s neck.) -- We should have annual awards, like the Grammys or Emmys, for Achievement in the Field of Hate Hoaxery. -- We could call them the Jussies.

Feb 21 14:21

CBS News’ Lara Logan Says Left ‘Targeting’ Her for Admitting Media is Liberal

Former CBS News foreign correspondent Lara Logan joined Sean Hannity Wednesday to discuss her recent criticism of the mainstream media, which she described as “mostly liberal.”

Logan admitted on the podcast hosted by retired Navy SEAL Mike Ritland, where she made her original comments, that her revelations about media bias amounted to, “professional suicide.”

Logan told Hannity she does not regret her remarks but has been targeted by liberal journalists for daring to speak out.

Feb 21 14:17

Rule by fiat: National crises, fake emergencies and other dangerous presidential powers

Who pays the price for the dissolution of the constitutional covenant that holds the government and its agents accountable to the will of the people?

Feb 21 13:55

Nike's self-lacing Adapt BB shoes aren't playing well with Android phones

How do you know you're living in the future? When your shoes have technical problems. Owners on Google Play and CNET report that Nike's Android companion app for the self-lacing Adapt BB has some teething troubles, most notably a buggy firmware update process. In some cases, the updates have bricked people's shoes -- yes, that's something we just said. You can still wear the shoes and force-restart them, but that's not really something you should worry about with a $350 pair of kicks.

We've asked Nike for comment. The iOS app doesn't appear to have the same problems.

Feb 21 13:44

Winter Storm PETRA, Record Snow Roofs Collapse Canada

Feb 21 13:36

America’s Burgeoning Imperial Presidency

The above could easily be taken from a new best seller about President Donald Trump in any modern Christian bookstore. (If you doubt that, read this report). But it’s not. The book is entitled Hitler’s Cross and was authored by Erwin Lutzer almost 25 years ago. The focus of the book was the way Germany’s pastors and churches blindly adored and slavishly obeyed Adolf Hitler.

Mind you, I am NOT comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. I AM, however, comparing the blind adoration and slavish submission that today’s evangelical pastors and churches exhibit toward Donald Trump to the blind adoration and slavish submission that Germany’s pastors and churches exhibited toward the German leader.

The spirit being exhibited by a majority of evangelical pastors and Christians toward President Trump is more than respect and appreciation: It is unabashed idolatry. Trump is a god for millions.

Feb 21 13:03

It Snowed Twice in Las Vegas This Week — and More Is Coming for Arizona

The idea of jetting off to Las Vegas typically conjures up thoughts of warm weather, sunny days, and maybe catching a show or two. However, if you’re heading to Vegas this week hoping for summer-like weather, we’re sorry to inform you, you bet on the wrong time.

Snow — yes, snow — fell last night on the Las Vegas Strip thanks to a winter storm making its way through the Southwest. According to NBC, the city of Henderson, Nevada, which sits just southeast of Las Vegas, received nearly an inch of snow Wednesday night. Temperatures fell to the low 30s, according to the National Weather Service, making it a prime spot for the white stuff to fall.

Feb 21 13:02

It's snowing in Las Vegas for the first time since 1937 and the internet can't handle it

The iconic deserts of Las Vegas, Nevada, have been coated in white for the past week. The National Weather Service reported that 1 inch of snow fell at 4 a.m. on Thursday morning, to top the half an inch that fell on Wednesday.

Combined, this week's precipitation is the first of its kind since Las Vegas started keeping records in 1937. All morning, people in the area have been posting evidence of the surprise snow on social media.

Here's a roundup of some surprising photos of the Las Vegas snow from Instagram and Twitter.

Feb 21 12:49

Putin to U.S.: I'm ready for another Cuban Missile-style crisis if you want one

President Vladimir Putin has said that Russia is militarily ready for a Cuban Missile-style crisis if the United States wanted one, and that his country currently has the edge when it comes to a first nuclear strike.

The Cuban Missile Crisis erupted in 1962 when Moscow responded to a U.S. missile deployment in Turkey by sending ballistic missiles to Cuba, sparking a standoff that brought the world to the brink of nuclear war.

Feb 21 11:57

fake hoaxes lead to real laws ?

New Jersey’s Democratic Sen. Cory Booker has pointed to the racist and homophobic attack on actor Jussie Smollet to show the necessity for Congress to finally pass an anti-lynching law, which cleared a key hurdle Thursday as it winds its way through the legislative process.

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Feb 21 11:47

New Jersey Lawmakers Are Trying to Tax the Rain

By Brittany Hunter

This gives new life to the saying, “when it rains, it pours.”

Sometimes life mimics fiction. And sometimes life is so much stranger than fiction you have to double check the headlines to ensure they aren’t satire. The latest doubletake comes from New Jersey, where, under the guise of environmentalism, local legislators have passed a new tax on—wait for it— the rain...

Feb 21 11:29

FBI Official Admits To Infiltrating Trump Campaign - Just Don't Call It Spying

A top FBI official admitted to Congressional investigators last year that the agency had contacts within the Trump campaign as part of operation "Crossfire Hurricane," which sounds a lot like FBI "informant" Stefan Halper - a former Oxford University professor who was paid over $1 million by the Obama Department of Defense between 2012 and 2018, with nearly half of it surrounding the 2016 US election.

According to portions of transcripts published on Tuesday by the Epoch Times of a Aug. 31, 2018 deposition by Trisha Anderson, the FBI relied on sources who "already had campaign contacts" in order to surveil the Trump team.

Feb 21 11:26

Cuba denies military in Venezuela, charges U.S. readies intervention

Cuba denied on Tuesday it has security forces in Venezuela and charged the statements were part of an orchestrated campaign of lies paving the way for military intervention in the South American country.

U.S. President Donald Trump and members of the administration have charged that Cuba's security forces and military control Venezuela's and that troops are also on the ground there.

"Our government categorically and energetically rejects this slander," Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said at a Havana press conference, adding all of the some 20,000 Cubans in Venezuela were civilians, most health professionals.

Rodriguez called on the U.S. administration to produce proof.

Feb 21 11:25

Venezuela Shuts Border With Neighbouring Islands - Vice President

On 19 February, the Latin American country's regional military chief announced the closure of the Venezuelan maritime border with the Dutch Caribbean.

Venezuela will close the border with neighboring island nations, suspend air traffic and revise their diplomatic ties, its Vice President Delcy Rodriguez said Wednesday after the Caribbean island of Curacao agreed to act as a hub for relief aid shipments.

"Venezuela has decided not only to shut the border but also to revise relations with these countries. These measures will be in place until their governments start following and respecting international laws," she said at a press conference broadcast by the state television.

Feb 21 11:24

CNN Analyst Crosses Line When Talking Roger Stone and Prison

Discussion of Roger Stone’s social media post about the judge handling his case went off the rails on CNN, when analyst and former adviser to four presidents, David Gergen, made some controversial suggestions about what could happen to Stone in prison.

Gergen’s comments came as the panel discussed Stone’s ill-advised Instagram posting about U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson, which featured her image with crosshairs next to it.

“Through legal trickery Deep State hitman Robert Mueller has guaranteed that my upcoming show trial is before Judge Amy Berman Jackson,” Stone wrote on Instagram.

He referred to her as “an Obama appointed Judge who dismissed the Benghazi charges against Hillary Clinton and incarcerated Paul Manafort prior to his conviction for any crime.”

Feb 21 11:24

Dick Durbin Reacts To Green New Deal: ‘What In The Heck Is This?’

Democratic Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin shared his views on the Green New Deal, saying he doesn’t know what exactly it is or whether he would vote for it after reading the legislation.

Durbin spoke about the Green New Deal on “Morning Joe” Wednesday and whether he would be supporting it after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced he would be bringing it to the floor for a vote to put lawmakers on the record.

Feb 21 11:23

Maxine Waters: People Who Support the Wall Don’t Love This Country

Congresswoman Maxine Waters claims anybody who supports the construction of a wall at the southern border is not a patriot and, in fact, does not love America.

Waters was speaking at a rally to protest the President’s declaration of a national emergency to build the border wall. The rally was held outside Los Angeles City Hall.

“This president is trying to keep a campaign promise to all of those people that he swore he would build a wall!” she said, as if keeping campaign promises is a terrible thing.

“Those people who want the wall are not patriots,” Waters asserted. “They are not people who love this country, they are not people who stand up for what’s right!”

Feb 21 11:23

Trump Legalizes Hemp In Farm Bill; FDA Looking For "Pathways" To Legalize Cannabinoid Drinks and Snacks

By Aaron Kesel

All over the U.S., a new trend is taking form — several restaurants are suddenly offering cannabidiol (CBD) infused snacks and drinks; however, according to several state regulators, selling them is illegal. Meanwhile, the battle on the federal level already seems won as the FDA is seeking “pathways” to legalize CBD oil in drinks and snack food.

If you do a simple Presearch for the words “CBD oil smoothie” you are bound to get tons of results. It’s a new trend taking over U.S. restaurants all over from the East Coast to the West Coast, selling CBD-infused drinks or snacks to customers...

Feb 21 11:23

Putin Threatens US Soil If Missiles Deployed in Europe

Russian President Vladimir Putin, during his annual presidential address to the legislature Wednesday, criticized the United States for ignoring the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty by deploying missile launchers in Romania and Poland.

"First it started developing and using intermediate-range missiles it deceitfully called targets for missile defenses. Then it began to deploy the Mk-41 launchers in Europe, capable of using intermediate range cruise missiles Tomahawk for combat purposes," he said.

"By doing all this the United States blatantly ignored the provisions contained in articles 4 and 6 of the INF Treaty."

Russia will respond to any U.S. deployment of short or intermediate-range nuclear weapons in Europe by targeting not only the countries where they are stationed but the United States itself, Putin warned.

Feb 21 11:22

Trump Just Wrecked Robert Mueller In One Tweet

Clinton lost because she was an awful candidate, not because Donald Trump colluded with Vladimir Putin in order to steal the election.

Putin didn’t convince the people of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin to vote for Donald Trump.

Trump did.

And what’s more, Clinton’s campaign did everything possible to lose voters in these states. Clinton didn’t even campaign in Wisconsin once during the entire election.

Feb 21 11:21

Vatican summit on child sex abuse: What to expect

Pope Francis has summoned senior bishops from all over the world to Rome for a landmark meeting on sexual abuse.

From Thursday to Sunday, 190 Catholic leaders, including 10 women, will gather in the Italian capital at the pope's request; the event marks the first time in history that a pope has called senior bishops to discuss sexual abuse.

Scandals have struck the Catholic Church for decades, with pressure increasing after journalistic and judicial investigations revealed patterns of sexual abuse and cover-ups.

Further cases in 2018 heightened the crisis - some senior bishops have said the issue puts the very credibility of the Catholic Church at stake.

Feb 21 11:20

The world's best-selling drug costs SIX times more in the US than the UK because Big Pharma is gaming the American patent system

The best-selling drug in the world, Humira, costs patients five times more in the US than in the UK - but no one else can make a competitor.

Humira, which treats a number of diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, made its maker, Abbvie, $18 billion in 2017.

And it can continue jacking its price up because the American patent system - and the company's abuse of it - keeps any other company from making a competing drug.

Abbvie has filed 247 different patents for, effectively, the same drug, keeping a monopoly on it for 39 years.

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Feb 21 11:19

Watchdog Group Finds Over 50 Hate Crime Hoaxes in Last 7 Years

As the Jussie Smollett controversy continues to unfold and the debate over the validity of hate crimes increases, one watchdog group has found more than 50 hate crime hoaxes carried out over the last seven years on America’s college campuses.

Student-run group The College Fix found nine campus hate crime hoaxes between 2012 and 2014, including the case of the Montclair State University students who claimed to find hateful graffiti in their dorms threatening minorities and women. “Black B***h you will die,” was found on a dorm room door.

However, investigators found out that students had carried out the entire thing themselves.

Feb 21 11:18

Elizabeth Warren Can’t Escape This Embarrassing Scandal On The Campaign Trail

But the Massachusetts Senator who was once hailed as the new face of the Democratic Party is now on the ropes.

Haunted by this never-ending scandal, Warren can’t stay on message and she’s struggling to move on with her campaign.

Mediaite reports, “During a campaign stop in Georgia on Saturday, Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) was heckled at the beginning of her speech. Before Warren started telling her back story to her supporters, a man started to shout “Why did you lie” at her.”

The “lie” is of course Warren’s bogus claim to Native American ancestry.

Feb 21 11:18

State-Sponsored Cyberattacks Are On The Rise

Is this another case of “seek and ye shall find” or have U.S. foes actually been increasingly resorting to cyberwars when they feel threatened by the world’s only superpower? For years, Russia has been seen as the leader of politically-instigated cyberwars against the U.S., frequently using them as tools to gain leverage and force the country to the negotiating table.

Well, it’s probably not a coincidence that China and Iran, two nations whose relations with the U.S. have recently taken a turn for the worse, having escalated cyberattacks against the country with China even overtaking Russia as the biggest source of state-sponsored cyberattacks.

Feb 21 11:12

The Side Of Him We Rarely See: Winston Churchill, The Artist and Writer

Winston Churchill is famous for his role in leading Britain to victory against the Nazis. But he was also a writer and artist who painted to battle depression. His works are now on display for the first time in Germany. The exhibit succinctly titled "Winston Churchill. Writings. Speeches. Pictures," reveals the lesser known sides of the former British prime minister.

Feb 21 11:08

The US ‘Has the Most Mass Shootings’—and Other Bogus Gun Research

Last week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., warned President Donald Trump that if he declared an “emergency” to build a wall, “think what a president with different values can present. … Why don’t you declare [the epidemic of gun violence in America] an emergency, Mr. President? I wish you would. … A Democratic president can declare emergencies as well.”

Her fellow Democrats, Sens. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., quickly agreed. Warren tweeted: “Gun violence is an emergency. Climate change is an emergency.”

Not every problem in America should be declared an emergency—or used by a president to justify
But why are guns on the Democrats’ “emergency” list anyway?

One reason is sloppy reporting by lazy media.

Feb 21 11:03

Xinhua's AI anchor broadcasts news in standing position

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Feb 21 11:00

Maduro's Soldiers Have Begun Disobeying Orders, Rubio Says

Venezuelan troops have begun disobeying orders from Nicolas Maduro’s top officers and are unlikely to heed calls to crack down on a humanitarian-aid caravan scheduled to enter the country this weekend, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio said.

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Aid is getting into Venezuela ... From Russia, China, and other Maduro Allies. Only the 'aid' from the US is being blocked under the suspicion (based on historical precedent) that it is actually supplied intended for paramilitary groups working to bring Maduro down.

Feb 21 10:58

Scott Adams: The TDS WMD Heading Our Way, Smollet, and Rats

The TDS weapon of mass destruction headed our way
Mueller report will NOT be made fully public
This will trigger a MASSIVE mental health emergency
CNN’s Erin Burnett says unrelated things prove Russian Collusion
Brennan says people can be unwilling puppets of Russia
President Trump’s technique
Respectful words about PEOPLE, other country leaders
He goes hard on POLICIES, while respecting the people
American businessman living in Russia, has the goods on Trump!
Desperate much?
Were you expecting CNN to offset the Jussie Smollet story?
Well…here it is, (accused) white supremacist Nat’l Guard guy
Suggestion: President Trump should request Governor pardon Jussie
He didn’t come down with TDS on his own
He believed he was acting as a patriot, saving the country
People don’t come up with their opinions
People are assigned their opinions by the media they follow

Feb 21 10:57

Shameful Smollett lynched the truth, betrayed every black and gay person in America, and proved Trump Derangement Syndrome is a very real and dangerous disease

‘I AM telling the truth!’ Jussie Smollett once tweeted, with the hashtag #TheMostCommonLies.

Oh the irony.

Today, Smollett is revealed to be the most hideous, reprehensible, disgusting, snivelling little liar in America.

How else to adequately describe a prominent black, gay celebrity actor who police say staged a racist, homophobic attack on HIMSELF?

Feb 21 10:56

Stalled Coup: US' Allies May Soon Regret They Rushed to Embrace Guaido – Journo

The Venezuela coup attempt is not going well at all and Washington's global allies may soon regret rushing to recognise Juan Guaido as the legitimate interim president of Venezuela, French journalist and geopolitical analyst Gilbert Mercier told Sputnik.

Make no mistake, the so called Venezuela crisis has been engineered through economic sanctions and plotted in Washington for many years, Gilbert Mercier, a French journalist, geopolitical analyst, and editor-in-chief of the News Junkie Post, told Sputnik.

He recalled that Washington's 2002 coup attempt plotted by Elliott Abrams, Donald Trump's current Venezuela special envoy, failed in Venezuela.

Feb 21 10:55

At Least 15 Killed, Dozens Injured in Terrorist Attack in Syria's Deir ez-Zor

At least 15 people were killed, and dozens were injured on Thursday as a result of an explosion of a car bomb in Deir ez-Zor province in eastern Syria, Al-Jazeera television reported, citing its own sources.

"Fifteen dead and dozens injured in a car bomb explosion in the settlement of Al-Shuhail in the province of Deir ez-Zor," Al-Jazeera said in a tweet.

The province remains a constant target of airstrikes by the US-led coalition, with over 40 people reportedly killed by its air forces since the beginning of this year alone.

Feb 21 10:55

US House Launches Plan to Oust Trump With Testimony From Cohen – Lawmaker

Democrats in the US House of Representatives are beginning a campaign to oust President Donald Trump from office, with former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s testimony to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, the committee’s senior Republican Congressman Jim Jordan charged on Thursday.

"Chairman [Elijah] Cummings first major hearing will feature Michael Cohen as phase one of the Democrats’ coordinated campaign to remove the president from office," Jordan said in a press release.

Cummings took over the Oversight Committee after Democrats gained control of the House in November’s mid-term elections.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Small technicality. The House can impeach, but only the Senate can remove.

Feb 21 10:54

Venezuela to Close Border With Brazil on Thursday Night - Maduro

Earlier in the day, Venezuelan Deputy Foreign Minister Yvan Gil Pinto told Sputnik that Caracas had no plans to close land borders amid US humanitarian aid delivery due on February 23.

According to Deputy Russian Envoy to the United Nations Dmitry Polyansky, the US is preparing an "outrageous" provocation on the border between Colombia and Venezuela.

The statement comes moments after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said during televised comments that Venezuela would close the border with Brazil and was considering closing the border with Colombia.

"From February 21, the land border with Brazil will be completely closed until the new announcement," Maduro said in a speech.

Feb 21 10:53

'Dumbest F***ing Idea I've Ever Heard': Lindsey Graham Blasts Trump's Syria Plan

President Trump's announcement that the US would be withdrawing its entire contingent of 2,000 troops from Syria amid the defeat of Daesh (ISIS)* has shaken pro-war officials and lawmakers across Washington, prompting to a string of resignations of senior administration members, including (now-ex) Pentagon chief Jim Mattis.

Senior South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, a long-time critic of Donald Trump's foreign policy, has lashed out at acting Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan on the Pentagon's Syria policy. The Washington Post detailed the harsh exchange between Graham and Shanahan at the Munich Security Conference last week, which reportedly included the senator blasting the defence secretary on the US' 30 April withdrawal deadline.

Feb 21 10:53

Venezuela Doesn't Need to Ask Russia For Military Assistance - Caracas

The US has been stockpiling humanitarian aid on the Colombian border. However, President Nicolas Maduro, refused to allow the aid into the country, blasting it as a ploy to topple his government.

Venezuela does not need to ask Russia for military assistance as Caracas is able to defend itself, Venezuelan Deputy Foreign Minister Yvan Gil Pinto told Sputnik on Thursday.

"Venezuela has all the capabilities to guarantee peace. And we have all the capabilities to ensure that no aggression will happen. We do not need any military support, because we are fully prepared to guarantee peace to our people," Pinto said when asked whether Caracas planned to seek military assistance from Russia.

The official also noted that the senior political and military management of Venezuela are constantly observing the situation in the state.

Feb 21 10:51

Russia to Press for Putting “White Helmets” on Trial for Crimes in Syria

Russia will press for putting the White Helmets on trial for crimes committed in Syria, including faked videos of chemical attacks, the director of the Foreign Ministry’s department of new challenges and threats, Ilya Rogachyov, told TASS in an interview on February 20.

“The leading Western countries have failed to place the struggle against terrorism above their own time-serving political interests. In the sphere of international counter-terrorist cooperation various selective approaches thrive. Terrorists are rated as ‘bad’ and ‘not very bad’. Countries are being forced to agree with the concept of ‘resistance to violent extremism’ and its dangerous elements that create situations for ousting ‘disfavored’ governments,” Rogachyov said. “The Western sponsors are keen to present the contractors on their payroll in a favorable light as ‘envoys of peace’ in order to use this as a cover to push ahead with political destabilization scenarios.”

Feb 21 10:51

Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruption Fears SPIKE As Geysers Become More Active

Some of Yellowstone’s geysers have been more active lately reigniting fears that the massive supervolcano will erupt. The sudden bursts of steaming hot water highlight the dramatic nature of Yellowstone while reminding us we are all at the caldera’s mercy.

While average people seemed concerned, geologists seemed excited and thrilled when Yellowstone’s steamboat geyser began erupting again in 2018. It has been erupting as often as once a week since last March, according to National Geographic, and scientists continue to say the volatile activity is not a sign of an imminent eruption. The Yellowstone Volcano Observatory reported that Steamboat has now set a record by erupting a whopping 32 times in 2018, a personal best for the geyser for a single calendar year. It’s the world’s tallest active geyser, and at the best of times, it can shoot hot water 300 feet into the air. However, it isn’t just the Steamboat Geyser that has been concerning people.

Feb 21 10:49

World's First Anti-Tank Drone Debuts At IDEX 2019

MBDA Missile Systems and Milrem Robotics unveiled an anti-tank unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) on Sunday at the IDEX-2019 arms exhibition in the United Arab Emirates.

Feb 21 10:49

"Consequences for NATO": Germany Rebuffs UK Call To Back Off Saudi Arms Freeze

Germany is feeling the pressure from western allies over its weapons exports freeze in the wake of the Saudi killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a freeze first announced in November, which included plans to reject any future export licences to Riyadh, but not previously approved deals.

German allies like the UK have lately implored the German government to soften its stance, noting the potential broader economic impact on Europe. British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt, currently in Berlin to discuss the terms of Brexit, reportedly wrote to the German foreign minister, Heiko Maas, in a private letter first revealed by Der Spiegel that UK defense companies would be hindered in contractual obligations related to Eurofighter Typhoon and the Tornado fighter jet delivery, namely to supply parts affected by the German arms freeze.

Feb 21 10:48

The Nightmare Fairyland Of The Green New Dealers

When a small child runs around waving their arms saying, “I’m a bird, I’m a bird,” we often will say what a creative imagination they have. If an adult runs around doing the same, we usually say that that person needs help because they are clearly out of touch with reality. Anyone who takes the time to read the proposed Green New Deal legislation can only conclude that the authors are living in a fairyland that is also deeply out of touch with reality.

Read through the list of desired and, indeed, demanded activities the congressional sponsors say they want the federal government to undertake over the next decade. The sponsors resemble a child running around the toy store saying, “I want that, and that, and that, and that, and…” while all the time completely oblivious to the fact that everything they want costs money that their parents do not have an unlimited quantity of.

Feb 21 10:47

Is Venezuela On The Verge Of Becoming Another Syria?

Establishment elites have always had a predilection for regime change. Obviously, this strategy helps weed out nation states that might be uncooperative with their future plans for a fully centralized global economic and political order. We have also seen regime change occur when former puppet leaders go rogue and refuse to follow the script they have been given. Most of these men have acted as dictators and are not very empathetic public figures, so we rarely care when they get overthrown or murdered. That said, there are always wider implications to such events.

Feb 21 10:47

Taiwan's Leader Says Threat Of Chinese Invasion "Growing Every Day"

President Trump's at times warm, at times contentious relationship with his Chinese counterpart has been an exercise in cognitive dissonance that's reflective of a broader truth about the relationship between the world's two largest economies. The veneer of economic cooperation belies deeper military tensions as China's expansionist military aims threaten US security in the Pacific.

Feb 21 10:46

Trade Talks Update: China, US Working On 6 Memorandums As Deal Takes Shape

After a week of trade headlines that has been dominated by President Trump's insistence that talks are seeing "their most significant progress yet" and that the US has been pressing Beijing to commit to keeping the yuan "stable" to preclude any tariff-offsetting devaluations, the progress on a "memorandums of understanding" has emerged as a primary point of interest for Wall Street.