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November 15, 2018

Nov 15 09:31

Japan's cyber-security minister has 'never used a computer'

Japan's new cyber-security minister has dumbfounded his country by saying he has never used a computer.

Nov 15 09:29

Call of Duty 'swatting' death prankster pleads guilty

A California-based gamer faces up to 20 years in jail after admitting crimes including making a hoax call to US police that resulted in them shooting an innocent man dead.

Tyler Barriss made the call after becoming involved in a dispute with other video gamers engaged in an online Call of Duty match.

The 25-year-old had meant to direct the police to another player's home.

But instead he gave the address of the victim, a Kansas-based father-of-two.

Nov 15 09:29

Facebook accused of dark PR tactics

Facebook faces a new controversy over alleged tactics it used to discredit its critics, embarrass rival firms and downplay problems at the company.

The New York Times has published a wide-ranging account of the methods Facebook and a public relations firm used to "deny and deflect" criticism.

The report has led US lawmakers to call for tighter regulation of social networks.

Facebook has denied several of the claims.

Nov 15 09:18

Did a Military Experimental Vaccine in 1918 Kill 50-100 Million People Blamed as “Spanish Flu”?

The “Spanish Flu” killed an estimated 50-100 million people during a pandemic 1918-19. What if the story we have been told about this pandemic isn’t true?

What if, instead, the killer infection was neither the flu nor Spanish in origin?

Newly analyzed documents reveal that the “Spanish Flu” may have been a military vaccine experiment gone awry.

In looking back on the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, we need to delve deeper to solve this mystery.

Nov 15 09:17

Lynch Mobs in the Senate

The Democrat campaign of defamation to keep Justice Brett Kavanagh off the Supreme Court failed — and may have backfired. The conduct throughout the hearings seems to have been more compulsive than rational. For more than 50 years, the behavior and rhetoric of Democrats in the United States Senate to Republican appointments to the United States Supreme Court have been more like those of lynch mob members than dignified senators.

In the late 1960s, many Southern Democrat politicians changed parties and became Republicans. This left a Democrat Party almost entirely in the hands of leftists, unrestrained by moderates and conservatives. The effects of this change have been most obvious in their treatment of Supreme Court nominees.

Nov 15 09:16

Don’t use Jewish grief to criminalize defending Palestinian rights, JVP tells Cory Booker

Last week NJ Senator Cory Booker used the Pittsburgh massacre, the most violent outbreak of anti-Semitism in US history, to justify taking a stance against Palestinian rights. He said that he would sponsor the Israel Anti-Boycott Act, a Senate bill that criminalizes some forms of support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign (BDS)– as if the demand for Palestinian rights is an expression of hatred for Jews.

Nov 15 09:14

Billboard celebrating Gaza’s heroic first responders outside Boston is taken down under pressure — updated

Nearly 3 weeks into its planned 4-week run, an electronic billboard honoring first responders in the Gaza Strip was pulled November 13th because the billboard company received phone calls and email complaints calling their staff terrorists and anti-Semites, and threatening a boycott.

The Palestine Advocacy Project sponsored the billboard on Interstate 93 near Boston to highlight the desperate situation in the Gaza strip, and to emphasize the humanity and agency of the people of Gaza, who are often portrayed as terrorists or victims. The billboard included a photo of deceased Palestinian medic Razan al-Najjar and text reading: “Honoring the First Responders of Gaza. Saving Lives. Rescuing Hope.” It was estimated to be viewed by over a half million motorists each week of its planned 4-week run, beginning 24 October. The billboard was met with positive media coverage.



Nov 15 09:13

How far will Saudi Arabia go to make sure that Bin Salman survives?

A Saudi campaign to save Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman has been gaining momentum since the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi on 2 October. With each passing day, the likelihood that he will survive the biggest crisis to hit the Kingdom since the 9/11 terrorist attacks — 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudi nationals — grows significantly.

Like its Gulf neighbours, Saudi Arabia has developed a reputation for being resilient. It’s a perception that was reinforced by the way in which the oil and gas rich states staved off popular uprisings during the 2011 Arab Spring.

Nov 15 09:13

COMPANIES KEEP LOSING YOUR DATA BECAUSE IT DOESN'T COST THEM ANYTHING

Data breaches keep happening, they keep getting worse, and yet companies keep collecting our data in ever-more-invasive ways, subjecting it to ever-longer retention, and systematically underinvesting in security.

Why does this keep happening? Because it's affordable. In 2014, Home Depot breached more than 50,000,000 credit-cards; in 2016, they paid less than $0.34/customer in restitution.

There are longer-term reputational costs associated with breaches, but these are not generally factored into the quarterly-earnings-focused mindsets of corporate execs and strategists.

An awful lot of change could be made simply by adjusting the law, and it needn't even be something as far reaching as the European General Data Protection Regulation: even establishing a set of statutory damages that people caught in breaches were entitled to collect, and banning the use of binding arbitration clauses to escape these liabilities would go a long way.

Nov 15 09:12

When murder is permissible: Israel’s ‘targeted assassinations’

One of the anomalies of political Zionism is that, while it was founded as a response to murderous pogroms against European and Russian Jews as a means to rescue them from such treatment by having a safe haven to go to, the founding fathers of the State of Israel and their successors have had no qualms about inflicting terrible suffering and hardship on others in order to achieve their aims. The stated aim of making sure that the ultimate pogrom called the Holocaust, for example, will “never again” befall the Jews, has meant that “again and again” is the rule with regards to Israel’s violations against the Palestinians and anyone else deemed to be an enemy.

Nov 15 09:11

Is Israel turning a blind eye as Israeli scammers swindle victims in France, US, elsewhere?

French and Israeli media report that a group largely made up of Israelis scammed 3,000 French citizens out of approximately $20 million. Most of the stolen money is in Israel, but Israeli authorities are reportedly failing to cooperate with France in prosecuting the scammers and retrieving the money.

This is the latest of numerous examples of Israeli officials stone-walling international efforts against the perpetrators of massive financial swindles around the world, according to Israeli investigative journalists and others. These scams have brought estimated billions into the Israeli economy, propping up a regime widely condemned for human rights abuses and ethnic cleansing against indigenous Palestinians. Together, the stories paint a picture of a government that seems to be turning a blind eye to – and even protecting – scammers.



Nov 15 09:11

SOROS RESPONDS TO "ALARMING" FACEBOOK EXPOSÉ; DEMANDS "THOROUGH INVESTIGATION"

Following a shocking exposé in the New York Times revealing how Facebook resorted to guerilla tactics to deflect blame amid their various scandals, including hiring Republican PR firm Definers which cast liberal critics as operatives for liberal financier George Soros, top representatives for the Hungarian-American billionaire have demanded answers.

While Facebook was under fire on Capitol Hill for allowing Russians to purchase advertising during and after the 2016 US election, liberal critics blamed the company for Hillary Clinton's loss - including activist protesters who put a public face on liberal opposition to the social media giant.

Defenders sought to discredit the activists by linking them to Soros.

A research document circulated by Definers to reporters this summer, just a month after the House hearing, cast Mr. Soros as the unacknowledged force behind what appeared to be a broad anti-Facebook movement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Soros is no stranger to this type of accusation; but that being said, I do have to wonder, in light of the fact that he is the "open boarders yenta" of the West, ultimately responsible for the horrific, non-vetted immigration plaguing Europe right now, and ultimately trying to repeat that here in the US, how many of his NGOs have contributed greatly to this effort. So, here you go:

Caravan of illegals charity outed as George Soros-Funded Group

Soros Funding Border Caravan Invasion

Soros Funded Groups Backing Mexico Caravan of Socialists

George Soros Funded groups are supporting illegal immigration

George Soros' money is behind the immigrant caravan now at the US border

But hey, I have an idea; why can't all those illegals simply be dropped off en masse, at every property Soros owns, and perhaps on the Vatican as well.

And I suggest this, because I have never, once, heard in either Soros' speeches, or Pope Francis' homilies, that either man would want to invite these people to live where they live. That's just.... not their problem.

That's just for us mere serfs to work out, no matter how much the cost of housing, educating, feeding, and training these illegal immigrants would be, in order to absorb them into society.

And in light of the fact that this government is already at a 21 trillion dollar deficit, just how, please does that get paid for?!?

Nov 15 09:11

Israeli Government Target Educational Institutions, Escalate Settlements Activities

In a clear violation of all laws and human rights principles, including the right to education and access to educational institutions, many Palestinian schools in the countryside and Bedouin communities were attacked by Israeli soldiers and settlers.

The Oref and Luban Sharqeia schools south of Nablus were attacked. 7 students were injured during the attack.

There were also shooting attacks by settlers and the Israeli occupation forces in the yard of Al-Tahadi 5 Elementary School in the village of Beit Ta’mir, east of Bethlehem, and the Tahadi 10 School in the Ibzik area in the occupied Northern Valleys. A number of caravans used as classrooms were destroyed.

The Israeli occupation forces handed down notices to demolish the Dabba Elementary school in Mafasser Yatta, south of Hebron, and to expel its teachers and students. They also hindered access to a school on Ramallah’s main Nablus Street.

Nov 15 09:10

Finally Released: Censored Al Jazeera Documentary Exposes Israel-Backed Attacks on US Activists

Nov 15 09:07

The New N Word

Calling someone a Nazi who isn’t a Nazi is hate speech. It is the most dehumanizing term we have. It justifies violence in some minds. Far more so than the joke of NPC. Will leftist get banned for loosely throwing around the label Nazi? No. Will Twitter ban these SJWs who say punch a Nazi and ascribe it to anyone to the right of Karl Marx? They banned the NPC meme because it’s dismissive. But so long as chimping out is couched as “anti-fascism” it gets a pass.

Recent events at the home of Tucker Carlson by antifa were disturbing. They again chanted accusations of racism and said that they knew where he slept. Calling someone a racist is essentially saying it’s ok to do violence towards you because you’re not a person.

Nov 15 09:05

When it comes to North Korea, who's really being deceptive?

In the vaguely worded agreement, Trump and Kim pledged to build a "lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula" and to "work toward complete denuclearization" of the peninsula.

Pyongyang is not violating that pledge by continuing to operate missile sites. In fact, most analysts agree Kim would be foolish to dismantle active facilities without a signed agreement.

In his New Year's address, the North Korean leader called on his nation to bolster its nuclear deterrent by mass producing missiles and nuclear warheads.

Kim is just doing exactly what he promised.

Nov 15 09:05

These two comments are from the same person. The top one is from 6 weeks ago regarding Kavanaugh, the bottom one is from 6 hours ago regarding Avenatti.



Nov 15 09:04

Israel kills Gaza fisher despite ceasefire

Israel killed a fisherman in Gaza less than 24 hours after a ceasefire ended intensive bombing against and rocket fire from the territory.

Gaza’s health ministry identified the slain man as Nawaf Ahmad al-Attar, 20.

The head of Gaza’s fishers union said that Israeli soldiers positioned on land shot at al-Attar when he was only 30 meters into the sea in northern Gaza.

Israel restricted access to the sea for fishing since Monday evening, according to the rights group Gisha.

On Wednesday Israel partly lifted the restrictions but banned fishers from working in the waters of northern Gaza, accounting for one-third of the coastline.

Nov 15 09:00

Human Rights Activist Tommy Robinson Denied Visa to Speak to US Lawmakers in Washington DC

US members of Congress have invited human rights activist Tommy Robinson to speak in Washington DC.

Robinson is an outspoken critic of radical Islam and the Muslim grooming gangs in England.

The liberal media in Great Britain attacks Robinson for speaking out against this modern day horror.

In May, Robinson was arrested for contempt of court while filming outside a Pakistani grooming gang trial in Leeds, as the case was under a reporting ban. In August, the charge was struck down by Lord Chief Justice Burnett and two other judges — but he will now be subjected to a retrial.



Nov 15 08:59

Feds Drop Charges Against Jane Sanders After She Bankrupts University

Federal prosecutors dropped charges against Bernie Sanders’ wife, Jane Sanders after an investigation into a land deal she spearheaded while she was the president of Burlington College.

Jane Sanders’ shady bank scheme ultimately bankrupted the university in 2016.

Nov 15 08:59

Silver: Supported by D.C. and The Deep State

The U.S. government and the Deep State are monster porkers. Government runs on dollars, debt and devaluation. It spends too much supporting corporations and cronies and buying votes. The Treasury issues debt to fund the revenue shortfall. Prices rise and they devalue dollars as they have since 1913.

Nov 15 08:46

Windows 10 1809's new rollout: Mapped drives broken, AMD issues, Trend Micro clash

Microsoft this week rereleased the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, version 1809, after fixing its data-deletion mess. But the new build still has an old mapped-drives bug that's causing headaches for admins.

Within days of Microsoft's first release of Windows 10 1809 at the beginning of October, IT pros noticed that Windows File Explorer indicated that mapped network drives appeared to be broken.

"Testing the new 1809 update, and everything seems to be fine except all mapped drives to Windows 2012 file servers show disconnected (red x) after reboots or logoff/on," wrote one IT pro on October 5, with many others confirming the same issue on company networks.



Owl 1
Nov 15 08:45

MONEY, SILVER, GOLD & CARS: ISIS FIGHTERS RECEIVED BONUSES FOR USING CHEMICAL WEAPONS – REPORT

Official ISIS documents, which have been obtained by the Russian RT TV, reveal that the terrorist group has financially motivated its fighters conducting attacks with chemical weapons.

According to the documents, many ISIS fighters received gold, silver and even cars for carrying out terrorist attacks. One of the documents reveals that this award program was created to encourage the terrorist group’s fighters to “fight the enemies.”

Head of the military documentation department of the Iraqi military intelligence department, Lt. Col. Jaber Asaad, told RT’s correspondent that these documents are a clear evidence that ISIS used chemical weapons in Iraq.

“All this confirms that the group possessed chemical weapons that are banned throughout the world,” RT quoted the Iraqi officer as saying.

Nov 15 08:44

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – NOVEMBER 15, 2018: ISRAELI DEFENSE MINISTER RESIGNS AMID SETBACKS IN GAZA, SYRIA

On November 14, Avigdor Lieberman announced his resignation describing the Egyptian-mediated ceasefire with Hamas in the Gaza Strip as “a capitulation to terror”. Lieberman added that he fiercely objected to Israel’s allowing Qatar to deliver $15m in aid to Gaza last week.

Hamas called Lieberman’s resignation a “political victory for Gaza.” Hamas spokesperson Sami Abu Zuhri said that this development marked “recognition of defeat and failure to confront the Palestinian resistance”, adding that “Gaza’s steadfastness sent a political shockwave” through Israel.

Nov 15 08:42

Marcia Fudge Emerges as Potential Pelosi Challenger for Speaker of the House

Rep. Marcia Fudge, who represents Ohio’s 11th District, has emerged from a scrum of progressives as a potential challenger to Nancy Pelosi for Speaker of the House.

There’s been discontent emanating out of the progressive wing of the Democrat caucus for some time now. While Democrats won control over the House of Representatives, and Pelosi has assumed the position as Speaker-elect, some rank-and-file Democrats are hungry for new leadership.



Nov 15 08:42

China: US Shouldn't Exaggerate Its Compliance with Int'l Law

China asks the United States not to exaggerate its compliance with the international law and not to accuse other countries of violating the international norms, China's Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson said on Thursday.

"He [Vice President's Mike Pence] demanded that China must respect the international law. I would like to say that China is a good example [for other countries] in terms of respect for international law. I saw that recently Russian Foreign Ministry’s Spokeswoman [Maria] Zakharova spent 15 minutes of a press briefing in order to mention US violations and denouncement of the international treaties. That is why I sincerely recommend some US officials not to exaggerate their [compliance with the international law] and blame others," Hua Chunying said, Asia News reported.

Nov 15 08:34

Carlin - “The poor are there, just to scare the sh*t out of the middle class”.



Lockerdome
Nov 15 08:29

Introducing 'Monopoly For Millennials.' It’s Too Real To Be Funny (But It's Still Funny).



Nov 15 08:23

Israel Wins 2018 Midterm Election

Judging from the mainstream media, Israel was not a major issue in the midterm election but it sure did come up a lot when candidates for office were wooing Jewish or Evangelical voters. To cite only one example, Florida Congressman Ron DeSantis criticized his opponent Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum during their gubernatorial race for receiving support from the Dream Defenders, a group favoring Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel, and giving a speech welcoming members of the Council on American-Islamic Relations to his city. DeSantis claimed in a video clip that “I can find anti-Semites around him, but it’s almost like ‘we don’t want to discuss that.’”

DeSantis, who sponsored the 2013 Palestinian Accountability Act which called for the withholding of U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority until it recognizes Israel as a Jewish state, charged that Gillum would not be a “friend” of Israel. In 2017, he co-founded the Congressional Israel Victory Caucus, saying “Israel is our strongest ally in the Middle East, as we share common national interests and possess similar national values. Israel is not the problem in the Middle East; it is the solution to many of the problems that bedevil the region. American policy must ensure that Israel emerges victorious against those who deny or threaten her existence.”>>>

Nov 15 08:07

Fox News files an amicus brief on behalf of CNN's Acosta

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Fox News President Jay Wallace has announced that the cable news channel will file an Amicus brief in support of White House correspondent Jim Acosta and his employer CNN. Acosta’s press credentials were revoked after a testy exchange with President Donald Trump at a post-midterms press conference, and CNN Communications is thanking its competitor for the brief.

Wallace officially announced, “We intend to file an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court. Secret Service passes for working White House journalists should never be weaponized. While we don’t condone the growing antagonistic tone by both the president and the press at recent media avails, we do support a free press, access and open exchanges for the American people.”

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Nov 15 07:39

Hamas celebrates Lieberman resignation as 'political victory'

Israel's defence minister quit over an Egypt-brokered ceasefire reached with armed groups in Gaza.

Hamas has described the resignation of Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman as a "political victory for Gaza" amid threats to an uneasy ceasefire.

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Nov 15 07:35

Junk Debt Still Looking Shaky

Nov 15 05:40

Google’s Self-Driving Cars: The Big-Tech Takeover Continues

Imagine a world where you hail a cab and step into an empty vehicle. This empty car takes you to your destination while you sit in the back, read and swipe the app for payment. Imagine "smart roads" full of other driverless cars.

This world is coming to Phoenix, Arizona in just a few weeks. And of course, the company leading the charge is owned by Google.

Nov 15 04:58

Turkey Is Bad on Antibiotics—Pork and Beef, Even Worse

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Just a week before Thanksgiving, there's news that an outbreak of antibiotic-resistant Salmonella, linked to raw turkey, is still spreading; it has sickened 164 people thus far, killing one. Each year, at least 2 million Americans suffer infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria, resulting in more than 23,000 deaths. Those numbers are rising according to experts

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November 14, 2018

Nov 14 23:39

Polar bear numbers are so HIGH they threaten native Inuit populations, claims controversial Canadian government report bitterly contested by environmentalists who have made creature the icon of global warming

Wildlife experts often use images of emaciated polar bears to show how habitats are coming under threat due to ice shrinking and sea levels rising.

For example just a few months ago footage emerged of a polar bear prowling around on thin ice in the Nunavut territory in the northernmost region in Canada.

Wildlife experts said that the photos showed how the polar bears' habitat is coming under threat due to human-induced global warming.

However, a new report, drafted by the Nunavut government completely contracts these widely-held claims about declining populations.

The draft report, which is set to be published by the end of this year, claims that polar bear populations are much higher than scientists estimated - and are actually increasing.

Nov 14 18:44

Propaganda Machine of $4.3 Billion Influenza Vaccine Industry Is in Full Swing

In the decade between 2005 and 2015, the influenza vaccine was less than 50 percent effective more than half the time.

Nov 14 17:42

Why Homeschooling Rates In The UK Are Skyrocketing

What UK Parents Are Doing About Today’s ‘Oppressive’ School System

Nov 14 16:52

Israel’s Immigration Minister resigns shortly after Lieberman

Israeli Minister of Immigration and Absorption Sofa Landver, a member of the right-wing Yisrael Beiteinu party, has announced her resignation following the decision of the party leader and Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman to resign, party press secretary Lyudmila Lagush told Sputnik.

According to Lagush, the faction of the party in Knesset supports Lieberman’s decision to quit the government and thus leaves the ruling coalition headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and goes into opposition.



Owl 3
Nov 14 16:21

Michael Avenatti arrested on felony domestic violence charges

Anti-Trump attorney Michael Avenatti was reportedly arrested on charges of felony domestic violence that seriously injured his estranged wife.

According to a report in TMZ, the lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels and one of Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s less-credible accusers was taken into custody Wednesday after a confrontation “at an exclusive apartment building in the Century City area of L.A.”

The celebrity-news site said the reported attack by Mr. Avenatti took place Tuesday though.

Nov 14 16:13

Russia plans outlandish 'interstellar missions': Nuclear-powered spacecraft taking astronauts beyond Mars is proposed by its space agency Roscosmos

A research centre in the country made the bizarre claim and said it is building the rocket, which would be capable of reaching Mars in just seven months.

The alleged spacecraft is said to be able to launch only 48 hours after landing and scientists have allegedly been working on the novel system since 2009.

Roscosmos claims to have created a gas-cooled fission reactor which powers a plasma thruster in order to propel the rocket.

While the technology is possible, many will be sceptical over the secretive state's claims - particularly given the safety risks posed by a nuclear rocket.

Nov 14 16:13

Atlantic: Schools close, power outages amid vicious storm



Taboola
Nov 14 16:10

Apple downgraded as analysts predict iPhone sales will decline into next year, amid rumors of production cuts and weak demand for new devices

A raft of profit warnings from Apple's suppliers has fueled investor concerns that iPhone sales, in terms of volume, have hit a wall.

Guggenheim Partners analyst Robert Cihra downgraded Apple shares, and predicted iPhone sales will drop by 5 percent in 2019.

‘Unlike last year [we] do not see ASP (average selling price) increases providing enough offset, with our forecast that blended iPhone ASPs increase only +3%Y/Y, leaving iPhone revenues -2%Y/Y,’ Cihra wrote, according to CNBC.

‘Moreover, we see growing risk of even softer iPhone unit demand, with downside in China, India and other emerging markets, where Apple may need to start considering lower price points.’

Nov 14 16:07

Facebook employees' morale has plummeted 32% after the company's turbulent year, internal survey reveals

Approximately 53 percent of employees believe Facebook is 'making the world better,' which is a significant slump from 72 percent last year.

What's more, 70 percent of employees said they were proud to work at Facebook, compared to 87 percent one year earlier.

That seems to be affecting whether or not they intend to stay at the company for much longer.

On average, employees said they plan to remain another 3.9 years at Facebook, down from 4.3 years one year ago.

Nov 14 16:05

Reaching for the stars: China creates nuke-powered fake sun that burns hotter than the real deal

Chinese researchers pushing to find a major clean energy source have created an incredible artificial sun that can reach temperatures of 100 million degrees Celsius – a heat so intense it makes the real sun seem merely lukewarm.

The earth-based solar simulator has reached mind-bending temperatures of 100 million degrees Celsius, the research team announced Tuesday. Now, that’s hot. For comparison, the real sun’s core is about 15 million degrees Celsius.

The Institute of Plasma Physics, affiliated with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said it has been testing an “artificial sun,” known as the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST). The sci-fi-sounding contraption has been designed to replicate the way in which the star at the center of our solar system generates its colossal energy.

Nov 14 16:03

Iraq wants to barter food for desperately needed Iranian gas supplies – report

Baghdad is looking for approval from Washington to import Iranian gas and energy supplies in exchange for food items, according to two Iraqi government officials as quoted by Reuters.

The Iraqi authorities are reportedly planning to keep on importing Iranian gas, which is used in the country’s power stations, as they need more time for searching alternative sources of energy.

“The American deadline of 45 days to stop importing Iranian gas is not enough at all for Iraq to find an alternative source,” one of the officials said.

Nov 14 16:01

‘Dishonesty… shameful… betrayal’: Brexit backers angry at May’s ‘deal’ with EU

The agreement reached by the government of Prime Minister Theresa May to take the UK out of the EU has angered many supporters of Brexit, who are calling it a shameful surrender and betrayal of the 2016 referendum.

After 10 Downing Street announced that most of May’s cabinet backed the deal she hammered out with Brussels and published the nearly 600-page document, advocates of a negotiated split from the EU were furious.

Nigel Farage, former UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader called it“the worst deal in history” and urged any genuine Brexiteers in the cabinet to “resign or never be trusted again.”Other reactions posted on social media were no kinder.

“May must be an imbecile if she thinks people will accept this is leaving. Nothing has changed. We've just lost 40 billion pounds,” wrote Twitter user John DeVries.

Nov 14 16:00

RINO Flake Vows to Withhold Vote For Judicial Nominees Until Bill Protecting Mueller is Brought For a Vote

Outgoing Arizona Senator Jeff Flake vowed to withhold his vote for any judicial nominees until legislation protecting dirty cop Robert Mueller is brought for a vote.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced on Wednesday he will not support a bill to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

After two years of investigations the Mueller witch hunt has yet to uncover ANY suggestion of Donald Trump colluding with Vladimir Putin during the 2016 election.

Senators Flake and Coons previously introduced the Special Counsel Integrity Act in order to protect dirty cop Robert Mueller and McConnell shot it down.

Flake is at it again on his way out…

Nov 14 15:59

TGP Exclusive: Senator Rand Paul to Force Vote Against the War in Yemen

Senator Rand Paul secured a vote to proceed to S.J. Res. 65, his resolution of disapproval to block the sale of offensive weapons and support to Bahrain, a member of the Saudi-led coalition waging a devastating war in Yemen that has killed thousands of innocent civilians and left millions of Yemenis on the edge of famine.

Nov 14 15:53

4 countries that gun lovers need to know about

If there’s one lesson we can learn from the 20th century it’s that we should be suspicious of a government that actively tries to disarm its population.

When the Khmer Rouge came to power in Cambodia one of the first things they did was set out to disarm the population.

There were already a series of strict gun control laws in place, left over from the time of French colonialism, but the Khmer wanted to take no chances.

They went door to door asking people if they had guns, telling them “no one has a need for a gun anymore,” because, “we’re here to protect you.”

After 10 days of going door to door they cut the friendly act and told everyone to leave their villages and go for a long walk. While they were gone they thoroughly searched houses for leftover guns and foreign currencies.

Nov 14 15:51

Gorbachev SpeechDissolving the Soviet Union (USSR):Christmas 1991

Fate had it that when I found myself at the head of the state it was already clear that all was not well in the country. There is plenty of everything: land, oil and gas, other natural riches, and God gave us lots of intelligence and talent, yet we lived much worse than developed countries and keep falling behind them more and more.

The reason could already be seen: The society was suffocating in the vise of the command-bureaucratic system, doomed to serve ideology and bear the terrible burden of the arms race. It had reached the limit of its possibilities. All attempts at partial reform, and there had been many, had suffered defeat, one after another. The country was losing perspective. We could not go on living like that. Everything had to be changed radically.

Nov 14 15:35

Georgia Democrat Senator Nikema Williams Arrested During Election Protests

Georgia State Senator Nikema Williams was arrested Tuesday as protesters filled the State Capitol to demand ballots be recounted from last week’s election including the hotly contested race for governor.

The Democrat state senator was hauled off to Fulton County jail as supporters of Stacey Abrams try to persuade officials to count thousands of disallowed votes so she can force a runoff against Republican Brian Kemp.

It is the latest in a long line of examples in which Democrats seem incapable of accepting election results.

Williams was led out of the rotunda with hands zip-tied behind her back after Capitol police ordered the protesters out. Lawmakers had met to discuss dispersing funds for hurricane relief when the mob activity broke out. The law prohibits people from interrupting the state legislature with “loud, threatening, or abusive language.”

Nov 14 14:52

Sorry Bob: Mitch McConnell Blocks Mueller Witch Hunt Protection Bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced on Wednesday he will not support a bill to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

After two years of investigations the Mueller witch hunt has yet to uncover ANY suggestion of Donald Trump colluding with Vladimir Putin during the 2016 election.

Nov 14 14:51

HILLARY CLINTON QUESTIONS LEGITIMACY OF GEORGIA GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION

The race has been closely watched, not only because the opposing candidates were in a dead heat through much of the campaign, but because if Abrams wins, she would be he first black woman governor of Georgia. Abrams also attracted adverse publicity when the Black Panthers marched to support her candidacy and when she refused to rule out gun confiscation if she became governor.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

You're projecting again, Hillary.

Nov 14 14:33

The Rise of Nationalism

Nov 14 14:21

Judicial Watch Legal Team Back in South Florida Monitoring Election Recount

Nearly a decade after conducting a thorough Florida recount in a heated presidential contest, Judicial Watch is back in Broward and Palm Beach counties monitoring the midterm election fiasco. A legal and investigative team is closely watching the machine recount, which could be followed by a manual recount that could drag the spectacle out into the weekend. Florida law requires a machine recount when the vote margin in a race is less than 0.5 % and that occurred in three key statewide races—for U.S. Senate, governor and agriculture secretary. If results from the machine recount show a 0.25% margin or less, a hand recount will ensue for undervotes and overvotes. An undervote occurs when no candidate is marked in a race. An overvote marks more than one candidate on the same ballot in the same race.

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