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July 20, 2016

Jul 20 07:52

FLASHBACK - VIKING, LIFE ON MARS, AND DR. GILBERT LEVIN

Life was proven to exist on Mars back in 1976, during the Viking Missions, but for political reasons, ignored. Here is the story.

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Today is the 40th anniversary of the Viking 1 landing on Mars. (Am I really THAT old?!?)

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Jul 20 07:41

‘Bloody massacres’: Syria appeals to UN after French & US airstrikes ‘kill over 140 civilians’

Syria is demanding the UN take action after it says French war planes killed more than 120 civilians during airstrikes on Tuesday near the Turkish-Syrian border. The deaths came just a day after US air assaults killed a further 20 people in Manbij.



Jul 20 07:41

Government Requests For Google User Data Hit A Record High In 2015

In total, the company received 40,677 data requests — up from 35,365 in the first half of the year, and 30,140 one year before.

Jul 20 07:40

DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: “HILLARY IS THE MOST ADMIRED AND RESPECTED WOMAN IN THE ENTIRE WORLD”

This must be why they pay her the big bucks… for the big fat lies that fly right out of her mouth.

She also said “Americans know we’re better than this.” Americans know we’re better than what? Because if we’re no better than Hillary, Americans are screwed.

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It's time to start mandatory drug testing of everyone in politics.

Jul 20 07:39

How Disinformation Feeds The War Machine

According to recent polls by both Pew and Gallup, when Americans understand the actual level of US military spending they by a large margin back a decrease. That is why we hear the constant refrain of politicians screeching about the need to “rebuild” the military and to spend a trillion dollars updating our nuclear weapons program.

Jul 20 07:38

‘Lock her Up’

‘Lock her Up’: Christie raises hell at Republican convention over Clinton
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Despite losing a battle for Trump’s love and the next vice-president spot, Christie took to the stage with a lengthy speech to smear Hillary Clinton. Widely cheered by Trump’s supporters at the Cleveland arena,



Jul 20 07:37

U.S. Charges HSBC Official in FX Rigging Probe

Federal agents surprised an HSBC Holdings Plc executive as he prepared to fly out of New York’s Kennedy airport late Tuesday, arresting him for alleged fraud involving currency trading, according to three people familiar with the matter. The arrest marks an escalation of the Justice Department’s three-year investigation into foreign-exchange rigging at global banks.

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Jul 20 07:37

U.S. GOVERNMENT SUED FOR SOFTWARE PIRACY, MAKER CLAIMS $600M

The U.S. military is being accused of installing 'pirated' copies of 3D virtual reality software onto hundreds of thousands of computers without permission. Bitmanagement, the makers of the software, accuse the Navy of willful copyright infringement and are suing the Government for more than half a billion dollars in unpaid licenses.

Jul 20 07:36

Erdogan, The Coup, And The United States

Engaged in his dirty spate of housecleaning under the auspices of protecting the constitution and the Turkish state, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continues to insist on one vital scalp in his enterprise.

Jul 20 07:35

France says west plans strike on Islamic State in Iraq, confirms Libya presence

France and the United States are preparing a coordinated strike against Islamic State on the militant group's stronghold in Mosul, Iraq, French government spokesman Stephane Le Foll said.

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Getting ready to carve off a chunk of Iraq for the new Kurdistan?



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Jul 20 07:35

Flaws found in security products from AVG, Symantec and McAfee

Hundreds of security products may not be up the job, researchers say, thanks to flawed uses of code hooking.

The research is the handiwork of EnSilo duo Udi Yavo and Tommer Bitton, who disclosed the bugs in anti-virus and Windows security tools ahead of their presentation at the Black Hat Las Vegas conference next month.

The pair say 15 products including AVG, Symantec, and McAfee are affected. Scores more may be vulnerable thanks to their use of Microsoft's Detours, code Redmond says is used for "re-routing Win32 APIs underneath applications [and] is licensed by over 100 ISVs and used within nearly every product team at Microsoft."

Jul 20 07:34

Is the IRS getting back at an in-house critic?

Three hundred and twenty days ago, the Internal Revenue Service launched an investigation of one of its own lawyers over things he allegedly told media outlets, including The Washington Post, about a multibillion-dollar corporate tax credit scheme involving a source of energy informally known as black liquor.

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, which examines criminal allegations, questioned William Henck on Sept. 11, 2015, wrote a report and gave it to the IRS chief counsel to decide whether any wrongdoing took place.

Then nothing.

Jul 20 07:34

Bennett: Netanyahu's Actions Raise Concern Over Freedom of Press in Israel

Sources on right accused prime minster of trying to exert political influence on Israeli media outlets through political deals.

Jul 20 07:34

Despite Record Highs Investors On Edge



Jul 20 07:33

An anniversary to remember: The world's only air-to-air nuke was fired on 19 July, 1957

The date was 19 July, the year was 1957 and America was worried that the Soviet Union could amass too many bomber squadrons to be stopped.

That's why it ran its one-and-only test of one of the oddest ideas to emerge in the Cold War: a nuclear-armed air-to-air missile?

The resulting armament, the AIR-2 Genie, was made by Douglas. Powered by a Thiokol SR49-TC-1 solid-fuel rocket, the nuke it carried had a mere 1.5 kiloton yield – but with a fatal blast radius of 300 metres, its makers believed it would seriously disrupt any bomber squadron against which it was deployed.

Jul 20 07:30

Why Aren’t We as Enraged About Vaccine Deaths as We are About Gun Deaths?

One type of death—gun—is targeted to be dealt with publicly, while the other—vaccine deaths—are totally disregarded and apparently considered ‘normal collateral damage’ necessary to protect ‘herd immunity’.

What’s wrong with such mental perceptions? Innocent lives are impacted by both types of deaths! What happens when it’s your child?

According to Page 5 of the HRSA Vaccine Payout Schedule [1], we see that 1,197 deaths from vaccines have been reported since October 1, 1988 to July 1, 2016. Granted, it’s not 30,000 per year but, if people are concerned about deaths perpetrated by others, shouldn’t there be more concern about vaccinees’ lives too?

And yet, seemingly, there’s no one in HHS, CDC, FDA or federal bureaucrats doing anything to expose the problems of vaccines causing deaths or even the fraudulent science that goes on in those agencies, especially at the CDC [2]. Something is tragically wrong!



Jul 20 07:28

Italy will DESTROY EU: Warning as Italian referendum to spark euro economic APOCALYPSE

ITALY is on the brink of financial and political meltdown as the leader of the Eurozone’s third-largest economy tinkers on the edge of career suicide, plunging the already beleaguered European Union into fresh chaos.

Jul 20 07:28

ANTI-EU CRACKDOWN: MEP demands dictatorial BAN on countries opting out of EU rules

BRUSSELS should respond to the Brexit vote with a federalist crackdown on dissenting member states and a drive for total political union, a leading MEP has said.

Jul 20 07:28

A Preview Of The Coming War Between America And China

John Pilger is a world-renowned journalist, documentary filmmaker and author. He has twice won Britain’s highest award for journalism. His films have won television academy awards in Britain and the US. Two of his films, on Cambodia and East Timor, are rated with the most important of the 20th century. The Coming War Between American and China is his 60th film.

Jul 20 07:27

The EU is COLLAPSING due to open borders, Dutch MP tells Trump supporters

EUROPE’S response to the migrant crisis has been feeble because the continent is being run by “Chamberlains instead of Churchills”, Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders has told supporters of Donald Trump.




Jul 20 07:27

URGENT! UKRAINIAN FORCES PREPARE A LARGE-SCALE PROVOCATION ON THE CONTACT LINE

Ukranian forces prepare a provocation on the contact line in Donbass, in order to justify their own violations of the Minsk agreements. This was announced by the representative of the Operational Command of the DNI.

"The situation in the Donetsk direction tends to aggravate. Ukrainian side has already prepared a few days to conduct a large-scale provocation aimed to justify the failure of Kiev with its obligations under the Minsk agreements.", - it was stated.

Jul 20 07:26

HOLLANDE ANNOUNCED THE MOBILIZATION OF THE OPERATIONAL RESERVE IN FRANCE

French President Francois Hollande announced the mobilization of the operational reserve of 10 thousand military and police. This order is justified strengthening of measures to maintain security after the terrorist attacks in France in Nice.

Jul 20 07:26

Access to Wikileaks blocked in Turkey as it releases emails

Access to the Wikileaks website in Turkey has been blocked after the group announced, following a failed coup by Turkish military units, that it would release a trove of documents on the country's power structure.

There was no immediate statement Wednesday from Turkey's Telecommunications Board, a government agency that regulates access to websites.

The Turkish government has previously banned access to websites deemed to be carrying material critical of Turkey, including YouTube and Twitter. Some opposition media websites were blocked following Friday night's coup attempt, which was quashed by security forces loyal to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Jul 20 07:23

How Your Tax Dollars Are Used Against You by Promoting Obesity and Disease

Poor health is typically the result of a metabolically inappropriate diet. Many studies have confirmed that processed foods and sugary beverages are significant contributors to obesity and chronic disease, including cancer.

Unfortunately, while the U.S. government appears to be concerned about rising obesity and disease statistics, it has done virtually nothing to address its own role.

Subsidizing corn and soy is about as smart as subsidizing tobacco when it comes to public health, but when our federal government is run by dominate corporations - what else would you expect?



Jul 20 07:21

Families of Iraq servicemen and women launch legal campaign in wake of Chilcot report

A Wearside mum whose son was one of the youngest servicemen to die in the Iraq war has joined other families as they launch a Crowdfunded legal battle against former prime minister Tony Blair.

Jul 20 07:20

Erdo?an supporters told to keep politics out of Austria

Austrian politicians have criticised supporters of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an who took to the streets in Austria on the weekend in support of the president following the failed coup against him.

Jul 20 07:20

HUNDREDS OF ASYLUM SEEKERS FLEEING THE NETHERLANDS

Since November 2015, about 400 Syrian and Iraqi refugees have stated that they wish to leave the Netherlands. The majority of these refugees have still not started the asylum procedure, according to a report by BNR based on statistics from the repatriation and departure service in the Netherlands.

John Van Tilburg, manager of INLIA, the interdenominational organization for asylum seekers states, “It is remarkable that people who can actually get a residence permit – with almost absolute certainty that they will get this permit- do eventually decide to return prior to recieving the residence permit. Or who, right after retrieving the permit, return out of desperation.”

Jul 20 07:19

Central Banks Making Housing Unaffordable

In response to growing criticism and worry over the housing-crisis in Canada, political representatives have decided to push forth with their plans for new taxes as their solution to help with the problem. One thing that concerns many local residents is the number of vacant houses and other vacant properties around the city, some feel that by imposing the new taxes on these properties that it will prompt those home-owners to either rent or sell their properties and thus help to turn around the problem of houses being too expensive for locals. But others say that taxes aren't a long-term solution to solving the issue of why an increasing number of Canadians cannot afford suitable accommodation for themselves, and if anything they might only make the situation worse.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Taxes ALWAYS make things worse for the people. But that is all government knows how to do; take more money!



Jul 20 07:18

Merkel on the Horns of a Dilemma After Failed Coup Attempt in Turkey

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has signaled growing concerns over recent political developments in Turkey, following Friday's coup attempt. The European refugee deal with Ankara is hanging in the balance.

Jul 20 07:16

SYRIA: Beheading of Palestinian Child Prompts US to Disassociate from its Proxy Psychopaths

Horrifying scenes of the beheading of a very young Palestinian boy by the US and UK backed terrorist faction in Syria, Nour-Al-Din Al-Zenki, flooded social media feeds yesterday.

Jul 20 07:16

Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity may leave Fox News if Roger Ailes departs

Fox News Channel's No. 1 primetime lineup could be in jeopardy if network boss Roger Ailes gets booted.

Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity and Greta Van Susteren all might exit the network if parent company 21st Century Fox gets rid of Ailes in the wake of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by former host Gretchen Carlson, according to a person familiar with the situation.

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Bill O'Reilly already announced his retirement, so this is just grandstanding.

Jul 20 07:14

Police surround suspected terrorist in 'bomb alert' in Brussels

Police say the suspect is "under control," but has not yet been detained.

Photos from the spot show a man kneeling with his hands up, surrounded at gunpoint by security services.



Jul 20 07:11

Obama To Help Erdogan In Probing Coup Attempt

The United States has declared that the country is to follow the extradition process of Fethullah Gulen, a Turkish cleric whom Ankara routinely blames for woes inside Turkey, including the recent coup attempt, which the cleric has condemned.

Jul 20 07:06

SWAT RAIDS WRONG HOUSE TERRORIZES FAMILY KILLS PETS



Jul 20 07:06

Judicial Watch: Hillary Clinton Testimony Essential

Judicial Watch today announced it submitted reply briefs (available here and here) to the court in response to the State Department’s and Secretary Clinton’s oppositions to Judicial Watch’s request for permission to depose former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Director of Office of Correspondence and Records of the Executive Secretariat (“S/ES-CRM”) Clarence Finney; and the former Director of Information Resource Management of the Executive Secretariat (“S/ES-IRM”) John Bentel. Today’s filings arise in a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit before U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan that seeks records about the controversial employment status of Huma Abedin, former Deputy Chief of Staff to Clinton. The lawsuit was reopened because of revelations about the clintonemail.com system

Jul 20 07:05

Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Amici Curiae in Support of North Carolina Election Integrity Law in Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Judicial Watch announced today it has joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amici curiae brief with the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the case NAACP v. McCrory (No. 16-1468). The brief argues in support of a lower court ruling that the 2013 North Carolina election-integrity law, which includes, among other provisions, a requirement that voters show a photo identification card before casting a ballot, is valid

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Jul 20 07:00

Judicial Watch Obtains Documents Revealing FBI Declared Mateen “NOT” to be a Terrorist

Judicial Watch today released previously undisclosed documents from the St. Lucie, Florida, Sheriff’s Department revealing the FBI informed the sheriff’s office in late 2013 that Omar Mateen was “NOT” a terrorist and was no threat to “go postal.” [Emphasis in original] The email from the St. Lucie Sheriff’s Department details the remarks were made during a phone conversation with Randall Glass, the Florida regional resident in charge for the FBI. Other documents show Mateen admitted to initially lying to the FBI about past statements tying him to the Boston Marathon bombers, the Fort Hood terrorist, and al Qaeda terrorists in Kenya.

Jul 20 06:58

Report: Obama Buys Magnum PI’s Hawaii Mansion For 8.7 Million

Oahu residents are familiar with the impact the President has when he visits, so many are wondering what would happen if he has a home here.

“He’s going to be protected by the Secret Service all the time, there will be all kinds of traffic woes,” said Nawai.

“People are wondering what the security situation will be like, and will they be stopped every time they come home. I’m thrilled about it. I’m a fan. I think it is great, not just for Waimanalo and me, but for the state,” said Siegel.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Pretty good trick on a President's salary!



Jul 20 06:58

Are Blairites Preventing Pro-Corbyn Labour Supporters From Voting?

Elements within the Labour party are actively preventing members who from taking part in the leadership election if they are suspected of being pro Corbyn, according to one Labour member.

Naciye Ozbillenier from London, posted the complaint on on the ‘We trust and support Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour’ Facebook group:

Jul 20 06:51

'Hillary Clinton in a coffin': Western NY festival apologizes for car show entry

Organizers of BurgerFest in Hamburg have apologized for an entry into their Classic Car Show that featured "Hillary Clinton in a coffin"—an entry that judges awarded "best presentation."

Jul 20 06:46

Melania Trump Plagiarism - The Real Scandal

Published on Jul 19, 2016
http://www.DavidDuke.com

It is not plagiarism to use common phrases. We love Melania, but there is one scandal about her eloquent speech, the fact that all political figures cannot dare to appeal directly to white voters. They can however directly praise and appeal to every other group.



Jul 20 06:17

Likely Norovirus Outbreak Strikes the GOP Convention

It’s a short-lived bug with explosive—and contagious—results

At national conventions, health is usually on the agenda. But it’s not every day that the health in question is that of convention goers themselves. Things at this week’s GOP National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio have taken an icky turn, report Joel Achenback, Elahe Izadi and Ed O’Keefe for The Washington Post: A group of Republican staffers appear to have fallen ill with norovirus.

The disease has stricken 12 staff members from the California delegation thus far, writes the Post. Health officials from Erie County tell the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Patrick Cooley that though they are not yet ready to declare that the illness is norovirus, it shares symptoms with the disease. The staffers are staying at Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio, about 60 miles away from the convention.



Jul 20 04:44

Clinton: Yes, Americans are fearful— but I’m a woman!

Stephen King's 'Women'
A Quick Peek At The Horror Meister's Female Characters

https://writeveriday.blogspot.com/2013/02/stephen-kings-women.html

(*when it comes to Clinton , Fact Is Stranger Then Fiction . )

Jul 20 03:26

Milo Banned From Twitter For Hurting Ghostbusters Star Leslie Jones' Feelings

Milo Yiannopoulos was permanently banned from Twitter last night after Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones had a mental breakdown because anonymous trolls were making fun of her.

Rather than use Twitter's "block feature" and simply ignoring the hate as is done by 99% of celebrities, she decided to use the "retweet" feature to "expose racism" or something. This eventually led to her leaving Twitter "[in] tears" and threatening to quit the site.



Jul 20 02:54

Italian Restaurant Trolls BLM With 'Black Olives Matter' Billboard, Sees Spike in Sales

The days of social justice warriors being able to destroy a business for doing something "politically incorrect" are finally coming to an end.

An Italian restaurant reportedly saw a huge boost in sales and received a massive "outpouring of support" after epically trolling Black Lives Matter with a billboard reading "Black Olives Matter."

July 19, 2016

Jul 19 23:15

US armed and funded 'rebels' behead 10yo boy on video

Jul 19 18:44

Hillary Coughing Fit Returns

Jul 19 18:29

Flashback: FBI Denies Mix-Up Of 9/11 Terrorists

The stunning news prompted FBI Director Robert Mueller to admit that some of the hijackers may have stolen identities of innocent citizens. In September 2002, Mueller told CNN twice that there is "no legal proof to prove the identities of the suicidal hijackers." After that admission a strange thing happened - nothing. No follow-up stories. No follow-up questions. There was dead silence and the story disappeared. It was almost as if no one wanted to know what had happened. In fact, the FBI didn't bother to change the names, backgrounds or photographs of the alleged 19 hijackers. It didn't even deny the news reports suggesting that the names and identities of at least six of the hijackers may be unknown.

"But those 28 pages are gospel. Trust us." - Official White Horse Souce

Jul 19 18:04

Obama Administration Explains Its Own "Plagiarism" Was Merely "Inspiration"

With the 'p' word being lobbed around by Republican and Democrat today as Melania and Michelle battled to the death over who is the plagiarizer-est, we are reminded that it wasn't too long ago that the media turned a blind eye when President Barack Obama was busted plagiarizing from Deval Patrick... and today The White House press secretary explained "Obama didn't plagiarize... he was 'inspired by'" the former Massachusetts Governor.

Jul 19 16:20

It's Official: Trump Wins GOP Presidential Nomination

Donald Trump officially became the Republican Party's presidential nominee on Tuesday after a roll call vote overshadowed by dissent and apathy atypical of what is traditionally a celebration of the party's White House candidate.

Trump easily earned the 1,237 delegates needed to capture the nomination. But sporadic boos could be heard as some states attempted to award delegates to Trump's Republican primary competitors.

Trump's home delegation of New York put Trump over the top, announced on the convention floor with Trump's children standing nearby.

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Jul 19 15:52

2003 video shows then-Saudi FM asking to declassify 28 pages of 911 report

For years in the wake of the September 11 attacks, 28 classified pages from a US government inquiry have proven to be a bone of contention.

Many claimed that the unreleased documents contained links between Saudi officials and hijackers colluding to hatch the terror plot, which left over 3,000 people killed. Others believed that the kingdom did not want the documents to see the light of day.

On Friday, the US congress released the 28 pages, after years of wrangling in Washington between Congress and different administrations, Republicans and Democrats, and urging by families of the victims.

After reviewing the 28 pages, US intelligence officials say the documents show no evidence of Saudi complicity, the White House confirmed on the same day.

Jul 19 15:52

Comerica to cut 790 jobs, close 40 branches

Comerica Inc. plans to cut 9 percent of its workforce nationwide, or about 790 workers, the company announced Tuesday.

The cuts, which will happen over the coming year, are part of a plan that would consolidate 40 of its 476 bank branches nationwide. The changes aim to trim expenses by $110 million in 2017, increasing to $160 million in total by the end of 2018.

The moves are part of an initiative that Comerica is calling “GEAR Up,” which aims to “drive $230 million in additional pretax income” by the end of 2018.

Jul 19 15:51

Mass., N.H. troopers charged in beating video case

Two state troopers, one from Massachusetts and one from New Hampshire, were arrested Tuesday and charged with assault in the beating of a man following a police pursuit across state lines in May, officials said.

Jul 19 15:43

Clinton: Yes, Americans are fearful— but I’m a woman!

Clinton is right to say her campaign is revolutionary. She’s not even attempting to hide the fact that it’s the first time in American history that a presidential candidate has asked voters to forget everything they know about a candidate except what’s between their legs.

Jul 19 15:19

FBI, Police ‘Visited’ Activists’ Homes Ahead Of The Republican National Convention

In another step towards the fascist state Donald Trump has warm dreams envisioning, FBI agents and Cleveland police officers “visited” the homes of local activists in an attempt to gather intelligence on possible planned demonstrations surrounding the Republican National Convention. Such actions step over the line of information gathering into the realm of seeking to chill free speech.

Jul 19 15:08

Decline of Empire: Parallels Between the U.S. and Rome

The U.S. reached its peak relative to the world, and in some ways its absolute peak, as early as the 1950s. In 1950 this country produced 50% of the world’s GNP and 80% of its vehicles. Now it’s about 21% of world GNP and 5% of its vehicles. It owned two-thirds of the world’s gold reserves; now it holds one-fourth. It was, by a huge margin, the world’s biggest creditor, whereas now it’s the biggest debtor by a huge margin. The income of the average American was by far the highest in the world; today it ranks about eighth, and it’s slipping.

Jul 19 14:57

ISIS As A Mirror

In part, the rapacious ugliness of ISIS is a reflection of the policies which formed it. We flinch at recognizing in ISIS atrocities the embodiment of the cruelty in NATO’s policies, the callousness of Madeleine Albright evaluating the lives of Iraqi children, the swagger and glee of Hilary Clinton at Gaddafi‘s murder, the effects on millions of insisting on regime change in someone else’s country and the Euro-American refusal to accept Syria’s democratically elected president.

Jul 19 14:51

We Have Lift Off: Space X Launches Dragon Cargo Ship To Intl Space Station

SpaceX launched a Dragon cargo spacecraft on the company’s Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Jul 19 14:44

Poll: Most Americans Believe The Economy Is Rigged Against Them

Economist Gerald Epstein says U.S. workers are beginning to realize that their hardship is due to underlying workings of corporations.

Jul 19 14:34

Turkish Coup Attempt Brought Out The Worst In Western Media

A few days back, Turkey witnessed an unsuccessful military coup. The coup attempted to overthrow the Erdogan government and install military dictatorship.

Amidst all the hysteria and chaos, Turks took to the streets to protect their democratically elected government. As a result, the coup failed, and President Erdogan is still in power.

Jul 19 14:22

What The Coup Against Jeremy Corbyn Reveals About The Labour Party

Just ten months ago, Jeremy Corbyn was elected labour leader, pledging to recast the party as an opponent of austerity, militarism and war. Today Corbyn is a marked man who the majority of Labour Party MPs have determined must be expelled from office.

Jul 19 14:18

How Congress Allowed Vaccine Manufacturers To Dismantle The Constitution (In One Thousand Words Or Less)

Oh, Congress, you’ve made such a mess of things. When you were elected as a Representative, you must have been confused. To clarify, you represent the people of the United States, not corporations. There is a little document called The Constitution of the United States of America. In that document, (which it…

Jul 19 14:14

Farmers Diagnosed With Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Sue Roundup’s Monsanto

Monsanto are being sued by four Nebraskan farmers, who have developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, one of the cancers associated with the use of glyphosate – a key ingredient to Roundup. The farmers, along with an agronomist, are suing the agricultural giant for what they say is false information about the safety of Roundup use…

Jul 19 14:13

Comerica Bank To Cut 9 Percent Of Workforce

Jul 19 14:09

Polls Show Americans Distrust Clinton, Supporters Begin to Panic

While the FBI might have let presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton off the hook for her alleged mishandling of classified information, recent Washington Post/ABC News and CBS/New York Times polls suggest that the American public is far less forgiving.

Jul 19 13:59

Winter storm warning issued for Southeast Alaska

Heavy snowfall was headed for Southeast Alaska Saturday night, and the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning in anticipation of the region's first significant snowfall of the season.

Forecasters said a low pressure system moving across the Gulf of Alaska will push warm, moist air into the region and generate a powerful blizzard. The warning for Juneau, Petersburg, Wrangell and Hyder, which is more urgent than an advisory, will be in effect from midnight to 4 p.m. Sunday.

"During this 36-hour winter weather event, snowfall amounts ranging from 2 inches to as much as 18 inches are forecast," the weather service wrote on Facebook. "The high snowfall amounts could lead to snow removal issues and hazardous driving conditions."

Jul 19 13:58

Obama Grants EPA More Power To Regulate Harmful Chemicals … But Doesn’t Do Nearly Enough To Protect Kids From Toxic Substances

On June 22, President Obama signed into law a massive overhaul of the federal rules for regulating toxic chemicals, implementing a plan to test the safety of 64,000 chemicals currently on the market.

Jul 19 13:54

The Coup That Sank The American Ship (or has it? )

The wars that the central bankers of the US have waged and are still waging against Iraq, Libya and Syria are due to many reasons but one common reason is that these countries were selling their oil for currencies other than US dollars. War has been threatened against Iran for the same reason. The bankers are very sensitive about this issue because the issuance and subsequent use of US$ is the foundation on which all the power that the bankers have in and over the nations of the world is based. The declining use of US$ means a declining power base for the bankers.

Jul 19 13:53

Moneyed Interests Want Feds To Undermine State Laws Regulating GMOs

Several states across the Union have chosen to legislate on genetically modified foods. But national food industry lobbyists and the members of Congress they fund in Washington D.C. cannot abide any deviation from central authority, including the independent legislation considered by nearly 30 states. The question of genetically modified organisms has been…

Jul 19 13:47

CIA REBELS BEHEAD KID AND OTHER RECENT U.S. SUCCESSES IN SYRIA

The U.S. "regime change" operation in Syria recently tallied up some major successes. The Syrian Democratic Force, a U.S. sponsored group of mostly Syrian Kurds, is besieging the Islamic State held eastern city of Manbij. According to the UN's Human Rights commissioner 70,000 civilians in Manbij are cut off from all supplies. We have yet to hear calls for an immediate breaking of the siege or for enforced air drops of supplies to these people. Where are all the R2P fans in the Obama administration and all the well paid Syrian opposition propaganda groups on this? That the U.S. has managed to avoid any questions about this siege is surely a success.

Jul 19 13:32

Police officer shot in Kansas City, in critical condition

Kansas City Police Chief, Terry Zeigler, said an office was shot Tuesday afternoon. Their condition is unknown.

It was a male officer. A spokesperson for the department told WFSB the police officer’s condition was critical.

Jul 19 13:31

Erdogan: Turkey ready to restore regional peace together with Iran and Russia

Turkey is ready to work towards restoration of peace and stability in the region together with Russia and Iran, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a telephone conversation with Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani on Monday.

"Today, we are determined more than ever before to contribute to the solution of regional problems hand in hand with Iran and Russia and in cooperation with them," the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) quoted Erdogan as saying. The Turkish president informed Rouhani about the situation in Turkey. "At present, the situation is getting back to normal but it is too early to say that everything is over," Erdogan said.

Jul 19 13:29

"Bulava" to retire: New Russian submarines will have a new beast of rockets

Apparently, the word of ballistic missile submarines that will carry. It should be replaced by a solid fuel missile R-30 Bulava, which is a basic modern Russian strategic missile submarine class 955 Borey.

Sama Bulava (Mace) not long ago introduced in the armament - 2013. Why then commenced work on a new intercontinental ballistic missile?

Construction of a missile R-30 Bulava started in 1998 in the Moscow Institute of Thermal Engineering (MIT), who had never dealt with making missiles for submarines. For some, not most logical reason, the project was allocated MIT, and not the State Rocket Center who had experience with making missiles for submarines solid fuel R-39, as well as liquid fuel R-29RM (in different versions - including the latest R-29RMU2.1 Lajner).

Jul 19 13:21

video - FOX News' Shepard Smith Criticizes Bobby Jindal for Saying "all lives matter

Shepard Smith says 'All Lives Matter' is offensive

Jul 19 13:13

Sex Abuse Cover-Up: Ex-Archbishop Accused Of Failing To Act

Police should investigate former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey of Clifton for misconduct, a lawyer for bishop Peter Ball’s victims has urged, following the release of documents that suggest the head of the Church of England knew about the abuse allegations but failed to act.

Jul 19 13:12

Is Bushism Dead? Let’s hope so…

At issue in the battle between the Party of Bush and Party of Trump: Will we make America safe again, and great again? Or are globalism, amnesty, and endless interventions our future? Do we put the world first, or America First?

Jul 19 13:03

Texas Governor Makes Bid To Extend Hate Crime Protections To Cops In Police Protection Act

Texas Governor Greg Abbott is pushing for the introduction of stronger penalties for crimes against police officers and extend hate crime protections to cops through his Police Protection Act, he revealed Monday.

Jul 19 13:01

The Dumbest PC Idea

If there were a contest for the most stupid idea in politics, my choice would be the assumption that people would be evenly or randomly distributed in incomes, institutions, occupations or awards, in the absence of somebody doing somebody wrong.

Jul 19 12:59

THE US WAGES HYBRID WAR IN ARMENIA

The militants who seized the police station in Yerevan are demanded concessions from the authorities. 5 hostages are still in the hands of the bandits. The deputy head of the Armenian police, Major-General Vardan Yeghiazaryan and Deputy Chief of Yerevan Police, Colonel Valery Osipyan, are among the hostages. A group of radicals unsuccessfully tried to join militants at Monday.

Jul 19 12:57

Fox 8: Fewer protesters than expected in Cleveland for the RNC

Yes, crowds have taken to the streets, but not nearly as many as predicted.

Jul 19 12:46

Cleveland police to protesters: don't hide your faces

The pop-up groups, though small in number, appear to be the only disrupting force in a so-far uneventful series of protests that marked the convention's opening.

Jul 19 12:29

Blair in the dock: Bereaved military families crowdfund nearly £50k to sue former PM over Iraq

Donations are pouring in to a crowdfunding page launched to help families of soldiers killed in Iraq take legal action against former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

The families’ aim to raise £50,000 (US$65,000) was close to being achieved on Tuesday afternoon, when the campaign already boasted more than £44,000.

Launched by Roger Bacon and Reg Keys, whose sons Matthew and Tom were killed in the war, the page has already reached 89 percent of its target with 30 days still to run before their deadline.

Bacon and Keys say although they accept those who enlist for the armed forces do so in the understanding they may be hurt or killed, “the long-awaited Iraq Inquiry (Chilcot) Report has confirmed that there were serious failings in the lead-up to, planning and conduct of the War, which led to so many unnecessary deaths.

“Our armed forces must never again be so callously sacrificed by political ambition and the irresponsibility and failings of Government and Whitehall.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Possibly, some small modicum of justice may be achieved after all this time.

No elected official has the right to lie their country into war, EVER!!

Jul 19 12:24

Beijing Launches Combat Air Patrols Over South China Sea

Taking a page from the Pentagon playbook, China’s People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) will now conduct regular combat patrols of the South China Sea.

Throughout the ongoing tensions in the South China Sea, the United States has conducted a series of provocative military patrols through the region. Claiming its actions are routine "freedom of navigation" exercises, the US Navy has sailed within the 12-mile territorial limit of Beijing’s land reclamation projects. American B-52 bombers have also conducted flights over the waterway, along with other surveillance aircraft.

On Friday, the PLAAF sent its own warplane over the South China Sea, an H-6K long-range nuclear-capable bomber.

On Monday, PLAAF spokesperson Shen Jinke indicated that these flights will become a "regular practice" according to Xinhua news agency. By doing this, the air force hopes to "promote real combat training" in the region.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

(Sigh) it only appears to be a matter of time before Chinese and US troops physically clash here, and that appears to be what the US government is working for; creating a false flag, to be blamed on the Chinese military, and off we go......

As someone who lives in Hawaii I am very, very nervous about a military confrontation between the US and China, because the US Pacific Command & Control center is stationed here.

Jul 19 12:24

The world is taking its revenge against elites. When will America's wake up?

The world of accepted ideas was coming apart, and no one caught the new mood better than the New York Times’s David Brooks, a man who has spent his career describing the inner lives of the nation’s prosperous white-collar elite. Ordinarily a dealer in witty aphorisms and upper-crust humor, Brooks now wrote a column entitled “Are We On the Path to National Ruin?” in which he speculated darkly about the possibility of fascism in America. “The crack of some abyss opened up for a moment by the end of last week,” he wrote. “It’s very easy to see this country on a nightmare trajectory.”

Jul 19 12:21

UWM prof advocates ‘abolition of whiteness’

Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is calling for the complete “abolition of whiteness,” saying only then will America see an end to racism.

Professor Gregory Jay’s personal website is devoted almost entirely to questions of whiteness and racism, with some whole essays on topics of “whiteness studies” addressing questions like “who invented white people?”

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Jul 19 12:19

"The Case For Donald Trump Is Simple"

What’s the best case for Donald Trump?

The question comes in the week Republicans here will formally nominate him for president, and the answer is not complicated. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence gave it as his reason for signing on as Mr. Trump’s VP: The alternative is President Hillary Clinton.

This is the reality of choice in a two-party democracy. Still, many have a hard time accepting it. So even as Mr. Trump handily dispatched 16 more-experienced rivals, his shortcomings and unfitness for office have become a staple of conservative fare.

Yes, Mr. Trump elevates insult over argument. Yes, he is vague and contradictory about the details of his own proposals. And yes, he often speaks aloud before thinking things through. It’s all fair game.

Even so, in this election Mr. Trump is not running against himself. Though you might not know it from much of the commentary and coverage, he is running against Mrs. Clinton.

Jul 19 12:18

US Congressman "White People Have Contributed More To Civilization Than Others," Guess The Reaction

Here’s the story from Vanityfair.com:

During a panel discussion on MSNBC on Monday evening, Rep. Steve King of Iowa said that white people contributed more to civilization than any other categories or “sub-group of people,” causing a live segment to devolve into on-air chaos.

Jul 19 12:12

Chinese Military Vice Chairman Urges Troops to Get Ready For Combat: Xinhua

While it is unclear how much of it is populist bluster, how much is posturing, and how much an actual, objective caution, Bloomberg points out an article by China's news agency Xingua posted on the website of the Ministry of National Defense, in which Fan Changlong, vice chairman of China’s Central Military Commission (which is chaired by Xi Jinping himself) "urges Chinese troops to get prepared for combat by improving planning, equipment and logistical support in order" to be ready to "win the war."

Bloomberg adds that Fan made the comments in recent inspection tour of China’s Southern Theater Command. The warning comes days after China officially warned the US that its patrols in the South China Sea - which despite last week's decision by the Hague tribunal - deems as its own, could end in "disaster."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Folks, you don't have to be Fellini to figure this out.

And my bet is, if internal polling at the DNC indicates that Trump will win in a landslide, the current Administration will want to hand off the most difficult geopolitical and financial situations possible to him; a war with China, coupled with a crashed economy.

Jul 19 12:10

Clinton: Trump Can’t Win The White House, Must Be Defeated

US presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says her Republican rival, Donald Trump, cannot become the next president.

Speaking at the annual NAACP conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Monday, Clinton called on the civil-rights group to defeat Trump, saying he was unfit to run the country.

Jul 19 12:06

Calif. group to RNC hit by highly contagious norovirus

A dozen California GOP staffers have fallen ill with what appears to be the highly contagious norovirus while at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Jul 19 11:54

Lying scientists and the lying lies they tell

There's immense pressure on academics to publish -- or perish. Inevitably, some take shortcuts. The online publication Retraction Watch covers the ivy-covered mean streets of academe. Once you get past the PhDs and the polysyllabic jargon, you have to wonder how smart some of these shysters are.

The dude who doctored data on 11 papers? Or the guy who faked 70 experiments!

Jul 19 11:52

The Financial System Is Breaking Down At An Unimaginable Pace

Now it’s $13 trillion.

That’s the total amount of government bonds in the world that have negative yields, according to calculations published last week by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Given that there were almost zero negative-yielding bonds just two years ago, the rise to $13 trillion is incredible.

In February 2015, the total amount of negative-yielding debt in the world was ‘only’ $3.6 trillion.

A year later in February 2016 it had nearly doubled to $7 trillion.

Now, just five months later, it has nearly doubled again to $13 trillion, up from $11.7 trillion just over two weeks ago.

Think about that: the total sum of negative-yielding debt in the world has increased in the last sixteen days alone by an amount that’s larger than the entire GDP of Russia.

Just like subprime mortgage bonds from ten years ago, these bonds are also toxic securities, since many of are issued by bankrupt governments (like Japan).

Jul 19 11:46

'It's Working:' New Analysis Shows Insurers Losing Tens of Millions Annually on Obamacare

Via John Sexton, here's a Politico report on the 'Affordable' Care Act's unstable, unsustainable status quo:

For the insurance companies doing business in the state–the ones issuing policies to those 600,000 people–Obamacare has turned into a financial sinkhole. United Health Group, the nation’s largest insurance company, is pulling out of the Obamacare business in North Carolina next year. Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, which dominated the individual market with more than a half-million customers, reported that losses on its Obamacare business in 2014 and 2015 topped $400 million. The insurer said that figure includes government payments designed to shield insurers from big losses during the early years of Obamacare. The only other current competitor, Aetna, wants to hike rates by nearly 25 percent next year...

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Stating that something "is working" by fiat, and not paying attention to the real numbers here, including the number of people who can no longer get health insurance, is creating a huge "lost their reality license moment", for both Clinton and Obama.

Jul 19 11:38

Turkey Failed Coup: Ties Emerge Between Hilary Clinton And Mysterious Islamic Cleric Fethullah Gulen

A newly-released email and lobbying documents filed with Congress reveals new ties between Clintonworld and members of a network operated by a mysterious Islamic cleric from Turkey.

Connections between Clinton and acolytes of the imam, Fethullah Gulen, could muddle the complex relationship between the U.S. and Turkey, a key NATO ally, if the former secretary of state wins the White House.

Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdo?an, has mounted an aggressive crackdown against Gulen and his followers, known as Gulenists. Erdo?an, who was once allied with Gulen, has even personally asked President Obama to extradite the 74-year-old guru, who has lived in self-exile in Pennsylvania’s Pocono mountains since 1999.

Erdo?an has accused Gulen of attempting to undermine the Turkish government. Gulen’s followers control many Turkish institutions, including the media, courts, and police force.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Imagine my (absolute absence of) surprise at this Clinton connection!!

Jul 19 11:36

Thousands call for Slovakian PM and interior minister’s resignation

More than 1,000 protesters gathered in the center of Bratislava on Monday, demanding the resignation of Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico and Interior Minister Robert Kalinak following a fraud scandal. Protesters marched towards the Bonaparte complex, where Fico and Kalinak both have apartments, and held an unauthorized demonstration outside, holding placards and wearing T-shirts reading “Fico protests thieves.”

Opposition leaders who organized the protest claim that Fico and Kalinak have ties with Ladislav Basternak, who faces accusations of using misappropriated state funds for building the luxurious housing complex.

Jul 19 11:36

FSB accuses Ukrainian special services of using OSCE mission as spy cover in Donbass

Ukrainian special services are using international groups like the OSCE as cover for intelligence gathering operations and sabotage in the self-proclaimed Lugansk republic, the FSB reported, referring to the testimony of a detained Ukrainian agent.

Jul 19 11:35

Hillary Clinton vs. James Comey: Email Scandal Supercut

Jul 19 11:33

Syria’s “Moderate Rebels” Are Not Moderate, Not Rebels

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Never has the US-led conspiracy against the sovereign state of Syria been so transparent. When recently a Syrian warplane crashed near the Syrian capital of Damascus and its pilot parachuted to safety, he was captured and promptly executed by US-backed “moderate rebels.” In what was clearly an inexcusable war crime, the story began to change almost immediately in order to shift the blame.

Reuters in its article, “Syrian warplane crashes near Damascus, rebels say pilot killed,” would report (emphasis added):

The rebel group Jaish al-Islam said the pilot had been killed by a Nusra Front fighter while being held at a joint command centre. Jaish al-Islam had earlier said he would be handed over to them because they had shot down his plane.

Jaish al-Islam, which controls territory on the Syrian capital’s eastern and northeastern outskirts, had earlier circulated a photo that it said showed the pilot.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What a logical position for the US government and military here to be taking is that of complete cooperation with the Russians in getting rid of ALL jihadists in Syria.

However, unfortunately, logic, and the last several, and current administrations, have not had a good on-going relationship.

Jul 19 11:26

US to Set Up Five Military Bases in Iraqi Kurdistan Region

The source disclosed certain paragraphs of the agreement signed between the US Department of Defense and the Iraqi Kurdistan Region’s Peshmerga ministry, including establishment of 5 US military bases in the region.

“One of the bases will be set up in Atroush region, two in Harir region and two large bases in Erbil and Duhok,” the source, who called for anonymity, told Iraq’s al-Ma’loumah news agency.

“Based on the MoU, the Americans should pay the salaries of Peshmerga forces and train and equip them for 10 years,” he added.

His remarks came after a military MOU was signed on Tuesday between the US Department of Defense and the Peshmerga Ministry at the government of Kurdistan to support the Kurdish forces in fighting the ISIL in Iraq.

KRG President Masoud Barzani received a United States military delegation headed by Elissa Slotkin, the acting assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Although this is unsourced, it does have the ring of truth to it.

Apparently this was the quid pro quo for the US arming the Peshmerga, to fight the jihadists in Iraq; taking off a significant sliver of Iraq with which to found an independent Kurdistan.

But I have to wonder: has anyone sent the memo on this to either Al Abadi or Al Sadr in Baghdad?!?!? One has to wonder just how they will feel, understanding that the US government believes it has the moral right to balkanize their country.

I frankly would be willing to bet that neither gentleman will be amused.

Jul 19 11:17

Post- Coup Turkey will be Distinctly Eurasian

Erdogan correctly calculated that the EU wants nothing to do with his country and that Turkey is unable to milk extra benefits from the bloc after the Brexit referendum, so he recalibrated his state’s foreign policy to align with the multipolar world instead. This saw the recent news of Turkey belatedly declaring Al Nusra a terrorist organization and opening up secret reconciliation talks with Syria, despite still repeating the “face saving” refrain of “Assad must go”. Furthermore, Turkey is part of Russia’s nascent coalition of regional powers opposed to the US’ daring attempt to militantly carve out the “second geopolitical Israel” of “Kurdistan”. Not only that, but Turkey are Russia are also back on track for reimplementing the Balkan Stream megaproject, which when paired with China’s complementary Balkan Silk Road high-speed rail project from Budapest to Piraeus, is perhaps the most ambitious multipolar outreach to Europe that has ever been attempted.

Jul 19 11:11

Largest US Pension Fund Suffers Worst Annual Return Since Financial Crisis Due To Heavy Stock Losses

While we have often documented the dramatic underperformance by the hedge fund industry over the past decade courtesy of a centrally-planned market in which it no longer pays to "hedge", culminating with countless hedge fund closures and substantial redemptions (mostly by now redundant Fund of Funds managers), today we learn that "vanilla" asset managers were also hurt over the past year in which the S&P went nowhere, and not just in Japan where the gargantuan, $1.4 trillion GPIF recently suffered major losses, but in the US as well.

Case in point: Calpers, the largest U.S. public pension fund which as the WSJ reports posted its lowest annual gain since the last financial crisis due to heavy losses in stocks.

Jul 19 11:10

Netanyahu: I hope Israel, U.S. will conclude military aid deal in coming weeks

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that he hopes to close ongoing talks and reach a deal with the United States concerning long-term military aid to Israel in the coming weeks.

Addressing Israeli lawmakers during the local version of Question Time, the prime minister said that "I hope that within a few weeks, we will close the agreement on defense aid with the United States."

During an appearance on Monday before the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman reportedly said he believes that Israel and the United States will wrap up negotiations on long-term future American military aid by Rosh Hashanah, which this year begins on October 2. The comments were reported by two Knesset members who attended the meeting but asked not to be identified because the session was classified as secret.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As reported in activistpost.com 2 May 2016:

Falsely decried as an “anti-Israel” administration, the Obama White House is signaling that it is open to providing Israel with an unprecedented amount of support both in terms of financing and military assistance. If the reports coming out of Israeli media are true, the new agreement with Israel would be the largest amount of aid provided to any country in U.S. history. The US and Israel have been engaged in intense negotiations in recent months to outline US military aid to Israel for the next 10 years. Israel is demanding $40 billion over the next ten years, a sizeable jump from the $30 billion over 10 years given to Israel over the past decade. The tentative agreement is yet one more example of the falsity of the left-right paradigm that sees the “right” accuse the false “left” of being “weak on terror,” “weak on Iran,” and “anti-Israel” all while the false “left” is actually launching wars across the world, bullying Iran into accepting a deal it should by no means have to accept, and giving Israel the largest amount of assistance in U.S. history.

The President and the 83 Senators who signed this letter, apparently, need to be reminded of the following fact: under the Symington Amendment, all military and financial aid to Israel is completely illegal.

The Symington Amendment expressly forbids any aid to countries which will not sign the NNPT, and refuse to have their weapons facilities inspected; unlike Iran, Israel refuses to sign the NNPT, and have its nuclear facilities inspected.

But, then again, the President and Senators believe that law....only applies to "us little people", and not to themselves, particularly when it comes to Israel, even when that aid breaks American law, as it does in this instance.

Jul 19 11:10

How the Clinton Foundation Got Rich off Poor Haitians

It filtered money through Haiti and back to itself.

Jul 19 11:10

Deutsche Bank to close almost 200 branches

Germany’s largest lender is set to shut over a quarter of its branches across the country as the company goes through a major restructuring process.

Jul 19 11:07

Debbie Wasserman Schultz claims Hillary Clinton didn't lie to Congress about her emails

Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) claimed Tuesday on Fox Business that Hillary Clinton never lied to Congress about her private email server, saying there was a “difference of opinion” on the matter.

Jul 19 11:06

The Evil Among Us/Serpent Seed/HRC

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