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January 20, 2017

Jan 20 08:45

Heavy Snow hits Inconvenient Sequel premiere

The festival locale sank to below-freezing temperatures ahead of Thursday's opening-night film An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Al Gore's climate-change follow-up to 2006's An Inconvenient Truth.

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Jan 20 08:39

LAST DESPERATE GASP OF THE NEW YORK SLIMES - Intercepted Russian Communications Part of Inquiry Into Trump Associates

American law enforcement and intelligence agencies are examining intercepted communications and financial transactions as part of a broad investigation into possible links between Russian officials and associates of President-elect Donald J. Trump, including his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, current and former senior American officials said.

Jan 20 08:36


If he does want the job, Zuckerberg definitely has the personality for it. When Facebook went public in 2012, I co-authored a profile of the young C.E.O. During the reporting, I heard from several friends about his penchant for playing world-conquering board and video games. Early childhood pals told me that one of Zuckerberg’s favorite video games as a boy was Civilization, the game in which you have to “build an empire to stand the test of time.” Others have told me that, to this day, Zuckerberg loves to play Risk, a strategy board game where you have to essentially take over the world. Believe it or not, he ended up applying some of these theories while forging and managing the extraordinary growth of Facebook, organizing his product teams in similar ways to his battalions in the board games. (According to someone close to him, these days Zuckerberg loves Game of Thrones and enjoys cooking a meat-laden “Dothraki Feast” while watching Westeros fall in and out of anarchy.)

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Zuckerberg may well have the personality, and a lot of technical savvy; but does he truly have the temperament for leading this country as its President for all of its people?!?!

I sense a petulance in the man's make-up that augurs ill for world peace, and major, significant negotiations desperately needed to ratchet down tensions internationally. Look what he did just yesterday to rt.com, and for no apparent reason:RT gets banned from Facebook until after the inauguration

And does he understand that board games and television shows are just that, and not real predictors of the course of human events on this planet?!? Can he really tell the difference between reality and fantasy?!?

These are critically important questions the DNC has to answer before even considering vetting him to run, whenever that does happen, particularly when it has become so damaged and destroyed by its own "magical thinking" in running the horrifically flawed candidate, Hillary Clinton, last year.

Jan 20 08:32

Right A Terrible Wrong: Why Obama Should Reverse Himself And Pardon Leonard Peltier

If, as reported in the Washington Post, President Obama decided to grant clemency to military whistleblower Chelsea Manning because he felt that the 35-year sentence handed down by a military judge was “nuts,” then what does he think of the life sentence that Native American activist Leonard Peltier is serving?

Jan 20 08:30

Good riddance, Obama

In the final days of his presidency, Barack Obama deployed 3,500 US troops, 87 tanks and 144 Bradley fighting vehicles to Poland, and 330 Marines to Norway. He also signed 'milestone' agreements with Estonia and Lithuania enabling a broad range of defense-related activities.

Jan 20 08:29

Macedonia Launches ‘Stop Operation Soros’ Movement

A new initiative was launched in Macedonia on Tuesday to examine the activities of the George Soros funded Open Society Foundations.

Jan 20 08:25

Experts Are Warning Gmail Users About This Scam Email After They Fell For It

Scammers are always coming up with more and more inventive ways to get your information. According to Satnam Narang, Senior Security Response Manager at Norton by Symantec, scammers are targeting Gmail users by sending emails from contacts who have already been hacked.

Jan 20 08:24


Jan 20 08:24


Reports have been rolling in all evening of vicious mobs of violent protesters around Washington DC attacking Donald Trump supporters in town for the inauguration, including people on their way to and from tonight's pre-Inauguration "Deploraball" celebration, held at the National Press Club building. Over 1000 guests were invited to the event organized by Mike @Cernovich and the pro-Trump MAGA3X organization.

As Fox News reports:

Some of the hundreds of protesters sprayed Mace, while others were peaceful as law enforcement officers lined the streets to monitor the chaotic scene. At least one passer-by reported bottles were being thrown as he showed off a gash in his head.

One of the victims was 21 year old Trump supporter and Youtube Journalist James Allsup of Seattle, who was harassed and then punched on camera by members of the "Antifa" protest organization featured in the recent Project Veritas undercover sting.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Perfectly predictable from the Clintonista Brownshirts; they have shown themselves to be people of severely limited intelligence, who can only think in small sound bytes, and demonstrate a thirst for blood and violence, only to be satiated when they can beat up someone who had a difference of opinion as to who they supported to become President in last November's election.

Jan 20 08:21

Time To Say Goodbye (to Obama) parody HILARIOUS

Time To Say Goodbye (to Obama) parody HILARIOUS

Jan 20 08:20

Taste the Rainbow: Farmers have been secretly feeding cows SKITTLES instead of corn

FARMERS in the US are secretly feeding their cows defective Skittles as they are cheaper than corn.

According to experts, the practice has been going on for years but it only came to light recently after a truck spilled hundreds of thousands of Skittles onto a rural road.

The sweets were all in the same colour and were missing the trademark ’S’.

Jan 20 08:18

TWISTED: Why the truth is vilified (and lies are celebrated)

Jan 20 08:17

SNOW in the SAHARA: World's hottest desert covered in metre thick BLANKET of white

THE red sand of the Sahara has turned white after snow fell on the desert for the second time in a matter of weeks.

The cold snap gripping most of Europe has spread south to the 9.4million square kilometre African desert.

A blanket of freezing snow has settled on the dunes up to a metre thick in some places.

Astonishing photos that emerged today from the town of Ain Safra, known as the ‘gateway to the desert’, show scenes reminiscent of a mountain range.

It comes just weeks after snow hit the Sahara for the first time in 37 years.

Jan 20 08:16

German forces to amass near Russian border

As part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) force being deployed in the Baltic region near Russian, Germany is deploying hundreds of its own soldiers to the region.

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Jan 20 08:12

YOU’RE FIRED! Donald Trump is about to take an axe to government spending and the federal bureaucracy

Starting on Day 1, Donald Trump will seek to purge the federal government of officials appointed by Barack Hussein Obama and could ask Congress to pass legislation making it easier to fire public workers.

Jan 20 08:11

Today marks 1,000 days since Flint had clean drinking water

On April 25, 2014, the city switched its water supply from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department to the Flint River
One thousand days ago, the city of Flint shut off the tap to the Lake Huron water they had been receiving from the Detroit Water and Sewage Department and began drawing and treating water from the Flint River.

Jan 20 08:11

People Are Planning To Boycott Spencer's For This Offensive Trump Shirt

Mary Numair was shopping at the Lloyd Center in Portland, Oregon, recently when she spotted Spencer's selling a very questionable shirt.
Among a collection of Trump shirts was one that read "Grab America By The Pussy," a reference to tape published by the Washington Post last year in which the President-elect is heard saying, "When you’re a star, they let you do it. Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.”

Jan 20 08:09

Windows 10 is spamming Chrome users with a Microsoft shopping app

How long before Microsoft charges for an ad-free version of its operating system?

Jan 20 08:05

Weather Channel Founder: Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Sequel’ Another ‘Scientific Monstrosity’

The founder of the Weather Channel has predicted that Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Sequel will be another ‘scientific monstrosity’ on a par with his first global warming docu-drama An Inconvenient Truth.

“Thousands of scientists have debunked the horrid science fiction in his first film, An Inconvenient Truth. Gore keeps making billions and mis-educating millions and the media keeps spreading wild science-fiction claims on a daily basis,” said John Coleman, who founded the Weather Channel in 1980.

The film premiered Thursday at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, but is not scheduled for public release until next summer, when the weather is warmer and global warming will seem more plausible.

Jan 20 08:04

JFK’s Revenge

I’ve enjoyed watching Bernie Sanders grill Trump’s cabinet nominees, quoting the President-Elect’s campaign promises verbatim and demanding to know if those promises will be fulfilled. The man’s a pit bull. He’s there in the ring, slugging it out for truth, justice, and the American Way, just as he has all his life. The empty pantsuit has vanished. I’d like to think that she’s on a terminal vodka bender up there in Chappaqua, cursing the walls as they close in on her. I’d say she has a much better chance of becoming the New York State Vegetable than Mayor of New York City.

As a student of history with a particular interest in the machinations of the Deep State, I’m thrilled at the prospect of a president taking office under direct and open threat from the CIA, especially one as bold and cunning as Donald Trump.

Jan 20 08:02

Here’s who’s performing at Trump’s inauguration — and who said no

You don't have to be political to be enamored by President-elect Trump's inauguration.

It's already been quite the spectacle watching performers accept and reject Trump's offer — and those who agreed have been flooded with backlash.

So who exactly will be — and won't be — taking the stage in Washington, D.C., ahead of Trump's swearing-in?

Here's everything you need to know.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What is amazing is that the has-beens who refused based it on the Hillary propaganda about Trump, none of which was true. Trump doesn't hate women, there are no plans to burn LGBT people at the stake, and "illegal" isn't a race!

By the end of the next four years, the snowflakes will hopefully understand the degree to which they were lied to and used by Hillary!

Jan 20 08:01

Major Markets at Turning Points

Jan 20 07:59

Michael Moore, Robert De Niro, Cher and other stars lead thousands of New Yorkers in heated protest outside Trump's hotel

“There are those who are working to divide us,” said “Sex and the City” star Cynthia Nixon. “We are not going back. We’re not turning around.

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That sounds pretty divisive right there!

Jan 20 07:58

Here are the federal agencies Trump plans to cut as President

Even before officially taking up residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., the President-elect has begun cleaning house in various government agencies, according to a report Thursday.

Trump transition staffers say they’ve earmarked ways to reduce federal spending by $10.5 trillion over 10 years — and cutting jobs is a big part of the plan, The Hill reported.

Under the Trump plan, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting would be privatized.

The National Endowment for the Humanities will be cut entirely, The Hill said.

Funding to the Departments of Commerce and Energy would be drastically reduced and many of the programs under their jurisdiction eliminated or moved to another agency, the website reported.

Jan 20 07:54

U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power "Sounds The Alarm About The Surge In Antisemitism" In Final 'Exit Memo'

In her swan song, UN Ambassador Samantha Power mentions Israel 17 times, Palestine only once, Russia 14 times and Syria 27 times. She mentions terror 17 times, extreme 7 times, and bank 3 times. All of these exit memos, along with Obama's alleged accolades, is a great deal to wade through, and while we are all certainly looking forward to better things starting today, I encourage writers, researchers and bloggers to search through all this stuff for items of interest. If for no other reason, than to mock and thoroughly discredit the state. Here are all of Samantha Power's excerpts about Israel and anti-Semitism.

Jan 20 07:50

School Employee Fired For Correcting Student's Spelling On Twitter

A staff member for Frederick County Public Schools in North Carolina has been fired after a tweet she sent to a student went viral.
Katie Nash, 34, had her employment after she responded to a students tweet asking for schools to be closed amid a snowstorm. "Close school tammarow please," the tweet from the unnamed student read. Nash replied from the official Twitter account for the school district: "But then how would you learn how to spell 'tomorrow'? :)"

Jan 20 07:43

Russian expert calls Trump’s statement on nuclear disarmament impromptu

According to Arbatov, Trump’s statement on disarmament "was an impromptu" one. "By the way, the new US administration does not know much about disarmament. The same goes for Trump’s statements on sanctions. This was a flight of fantasy that has no boundaries," the expert added. "The future of the disarmament actually depends on Russia because no one in the incoming US administration is an expert in this sphere, moreover, they have never dealt with it. Russia can seize the initiative in the disarmament issues. This is one of the most important fields as far as our security is concerned. If Russia wishes, it can have a chance to put forward a package of realistic proposals on all issues which have remained ‘a bone of contention’ in Russian-US relations.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am sure we all agree the world would be safer without these city-destroying weapons hanging over all of us like the sword of Damocles. However, after years of Russia bashing by US warhawks and the NATO buildup on the borders, tensions with Russia will not be switched off overnight.

While Russia understands that Trump is pro-peace-through-commerce, the President is still surrounded by a government full of "old guard" cold-war fossils who still dream of a global American empire, and Russia is probably looking at a phased stand down of the current tensions before talk of strategic weapons reductions can begin.

Jan 20 07:39

Alex Jones -Infowars Live video stream at Trump Inauguration

AJ -Police Allow BLM to Attack Women at Trump Inauguration

Jan 20 07:38

Load of bollocks: 2016 allegedly ‘hottest year’ by immeasurable 1/100 of a degree – While satellites show ‘pause’ continues

Two satellite datasets agree: The Temperature Pause lives on: ‘No warming for the last 18 years’

MIT climate scientist Dr. Richard Lindzen on 2016 being called the ‘hottest year’: ‘The hysteria over this issue is truly bizarre’ – Warns of return ‘back to the dark ages’

Dr. David Whitehouse noted the 'temperature pause never went away': 'According to NOAA 2016 was 0.07°F warmer than 2015, which is 0.04°C. Considering the error in the annual temperature is +/- 0.1°C this makes 2016 statistically indistinguishable from 2015, making any claim of a record using NOAA data specious.'

Dr. Lindzen also ridiculed previous ‘hottest year’ claims. “The uncertainty here is tenths of a degree. When someone points to this and says this is the warmest temperature on record, what are they talking about? It’s just nonsense. This is a very tiny change period,” Lindzen said. “If you can adjust temperatures to 2/10ths of a degree, it means it wasn’t certain to 2/10ths of a degree.”

Jan 20 07:33

Trump's Son-In-Law Jared Kushner Invites Bush-Cheney Insider To Serve As Key Advisor In Trump White House

Neil Patel served as Dick Cheney's right hand man and even represented Cheney at meetings during Bush's reign. Patel is set to help Kushner, who has become a key Trump advisor, on the Middle east conflict. Here is a photo of Patel with Cheney from The U.S. National Archives, and also a photo of Patel with Karl Rove going way back to 2003. Trump often describes Kushner as 'very smart,' but the director of Harvard's college preparatory program at the time described Kushner's admission as "an unusual choice for Harvard to make" given that he was "not anywhere near the top of his class." Kushner's felon daddy donated $2.5 million dollars to Harvard prior to Kushner's admission. Last summer at a Town Hall Q&A, a very polite elderly gentleman told Donald trump that "I'm opposed to wasting our military in the Middle East on behalf of Zionist Israel.

Jan 20 07:29

Secret 1983 CIA intelligence report suggested America should encourage Saddam Hussein to attack Syria to secure oil pipeline to Med and Gulf 

America urged Saddam Hussein to attack Hafez al-Assad's Syria because of the closure of Iraq's oil pipeline, a secret 1983 intelligence report has revealed.

A report, by former senior CIA official Graham Fuller, said the US should consider 'urging Iraq to take the war to Syria', noting that Saddam was 'fighting for his life' in the Iran-Iraq campaign.

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Probably Saddam didn't go along with attacking Syria because the war with Iran had also been "encouraged" by the US Government!

Jan 20 07:25

October Surprise, how Reagan really won!

Gary Sick wrote that in October 1980 officials in Ronald Reagan's presidential campaign made a secret deal with Iran to delay the release of the American hostages until after the election and in return for this, the United States purportedly arranged for Israel to ship weapons to Iran. Sick had interviewed a witness who saw members of the Reagan election team in Paris in negotiations with the Iranian government. According to Sick, Oliver North was the administration's scapegoat, taking responsibility to conceal the "treason" of Reagan and Bush.

Jan 20 07:23

In final act as president, Obama commutes 330 drug sentences

In a last major act as president, Barack Obama cut short the sentences of 330 federal inmates convicted of drug crimes on Thursday, bringing his bid to correct what he's called a systematic injustice to a climactic close.

Jan 20 07:22

American Airlines is banning carry-on bags and overhead bin use for basic economy passengers

Flying American Airlines just got a bit more affordable.
On Wednesday, the world's largest airline released details of its upcoming low-cost Basic Economy fare class.
"American Airlines now has something to offer every customer, from those who want simple, low-price travel to those who want an ultra-premium experience via First Class," American Airlines President Robert Isom said in a statement.

Jan 20 07:19

Looks Like Obama Won’t Be Pardoning Hillary

Several people have come up to me and begged me to leave Hillary alone. They are liberals who were broken up about her loss.

The thing I don’t understand is this: The first commandment of liberal thinking is that everyone should be treated equally in America.

And I agree totally with that.

So, why should Hillary and Bill get preferential treatment?

Jan 20 07:09

BIG Changes And Reasons To Celebrate In AMERICA Today!

Americans have waited for this day a very long time. All the hard work has paid off, and so many prayers have been answered.

Jan 20 05:37

25 Years of Neocon-Neoliberalism: Great for the Top 5%, A Disaster for Everyone Else

It cannot be merely coincidental that the incomes and wealth of the top 5% have pulled away from the stagnating 95% in the 25 years dominated by neocon-neoliberalism.

Jan 20 04:50

The Clinton Foundation Is Dead — But The Case Against Hillary Isn't

It proves what we've said all along: The Clinton Foundation was little more than an influence-peddling scheme to enrich the Clintons, and had little if anything to do with "charity," either overseas or in the U.S.

Jan 20 04:45

Like Clinton’s Campaign, Will The Much-Hyped Inauguration Protests End Up Being A Giant Failure For The Left?

Over the past couple of months, the radical left has been endlessly hyping the protests against Donald Trump on January 20th and January 21st.

Jan 20 00:54

Russia records six ceasefire violations in Syria in 24 hours, Turkey records 12

"The Russian members of the joint Russian-Turkish commission on ceasefire violations have recorded five violations in the Latakia province and one in the Hama province. At the same time, the Turkish members of the commission have recorded a total of 12 ceasefire violations: four in the Damascus province, four in the Aleppo province, three in the Hama province and one in the Idlib province," the bulletin reads. Meanwhile, Russia’s representatives confirmed only four of the ceasefire violations recorded by Turkey. In the past 24 hours, one ceasefire agreement was signed with representatives of the Tlazik settlement in the Latakia province. Thus, the total number of the settlements joining the ceasefire has reached 1136. In addition, seven humanitarian operations have been carried out in the past 24 hours. A total of 7.6 tons of humanitarian aid were delivered to Aleppo residents.

Jan 20 00:52

Former USSR leader receives Lithuanian court’s summons as witness in case over 1991 events

The criminal case, which the court began to hear at the beginning of 2016, concerns the events in and around the TV broadcasting center in Vilnius in January 1991. It is unprecedented for the Lithuanian judiciary system in terms of the scope of materials under consideration and the number of people involved. A total of fourteen people died in Vilnius in armed clashes then while the country was trapped in the duality of state power. On January 9, 2017, the circuit court got down to questioning the complainants. The case materials list about 500 people in this category. The summons was handed on December 28 after delivery at the address of the Gorbachev Fund in Moscow. Gorbachev Fund press service refrained from any comments on the issue. "We don’t comment on the situation," a spokesman told TASS.

Jan 20 00:48

Activists in Berlin stage picket condemning Obama’s foreign policy

A picket condemning outgoing US President Barack Obama’s foreign policy was carried out in downtown Berlin on Thursday. The participants included around 30 activists, namely Russian and Ukrainian expats, as well as Germans, particularly members of the Mothers Against War, Berlin-Brandenburg movement led by author Brigitte Queck. The activity dubbed "Farewell, Obama" took place in front of the US embassy near the Brandenburg Gate, a famous Berlin landmark. "It was an information picket dedicated to the end of Obama administration’s term and the coming of the Trump administration," said Oleg Muzyka, member of the Kulikovo Pole movement uniting people opposing the course of the current Ukrainian authorities. "I, personally, tried to make people remember how much Ukraine has suffered from the US policies as it actually lost its national identity.

Jan 20 00:45

Russian regulator promises to respond to any US restrictions of RT channel

On January 19, Facebook blocked an opportunity for RT to publish reports containing references, live broadcasts, videos, and pictures... Russia's Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies, and Mass Communications (Roskomnadzor) promises to find instruments for wielding impact on U.S. media and social networks if a buildup of pressure on RT channel continues, Roskomnadzor's Director Alexander Zharov told TASS on Thursday. He declined to specify any concrete steps. "We'll find an instrument to wield impact. It's only too obvious for us RT is subjected to unprecedented pressure, most importantly, unjustified pressure." Zharov recalled more than 40 U.S. channels, one news agency and two radio stations were accredited in Russia. "There's quite a big number of U.S. media here and their activities here are totally unrestricted and that's the actions against RT look particularly astonishing for us.

Jan 20 00:41

Russian national detained in Spain suspected of computer fraud

Russian national Stanislav Lisov, detained in the Spanish city of Barcelona, is suspected of conspiracy to commit computer fraud, a source in Spain's national judicial board told TASS on Thursday. According to the source, the US suspects the detained Russian "of conspiracy to commit computer fraud."

Jan 20 00:36

Russian citizen transferred from Guantanamo Bay to UAE

Mingazov has been kept in the US prison without charge or trial for more than 14 years...

Jan 20 00:35

Russia regularly repels cyberattacks from UK, Germany and US

Peskov again rejected accusations that Russia staged cyberattacks against Western countries."Neither Russian government nor Kremlin, nor President Putin personally, nor military intelligence stand behind those attacks, if they really exist"..."Every day, we have hundreds and thousands of cyberattacks against our digital systems in the Russian Federation. Some of them are coming from the territory of the United States. Dozens are coming from the territory of Germany, dozens coming from the Great Britain. "Do you think that it means with a high state of certainty that those attacks against our digital systems are being promoted by the governments in Washington, in London or in Berlin? You will probably say no. It’s out of the question," the Kremlin spokesman noted. "We think it has nothing to do with the governments, although we also have some evidence that some foreign special services might stand behind some very tense attacks against our banks and against our official websites."

January 19, 2017

Jan 19 21:45

Yes, it's snowing in the middle of summer (NZ)

It's summer but that hasn't stopped snow from falling across North Island mountain ranges.

Whakapapa ski field was this morning blanketed in a fresh coating of snow and even the Tararua Ranges behind Levin were white after an overnight dusting.

Much of the lower North Island was covered by cloud this morning, but forecasters say the temperatures dived low enough for snow flurries on the tops of the inland mountain range.

Horowhenua woke to picture postcard views of snow on the Tararua Ranges.
North Island mid-summer snow on the Tararua Ranges. Photo / Horowhenua Chronicle
North Island mid-summer snow on the Tararua Ranges. Photo / Horowhenua Chronicle

Cheryl Johnstone said she had taken photos in December 2004 of snow on the hills, while Bex Bang said there had been snow in February a couple of years ago.

Jan 19 18:46

The Tragic Story Of Dr Loren Mosher’s Soteria Project And The Plot To Kill It

“Psychiatry has been almost completely bought out by the drug companies…We’re so busy with drugs that you can’t find a nickel being spent on [non-drug] research.” – Dr Loren Mosher Psychiatrist Loren Mosher (who earned medical degrees from both Harvard and Stanford) was the highly esteemed…

Jan 19 18:00

‘Aleppo Liberated, Media Disappears’: Syrians Neglected By MSM

The Syrian city of Aleppo was completely liberated from jihadists almost a month ago now.

Jan 19 18:00

St. Louis Police Publicly Searched For, Found No Drugs In Woman's Vagina – Lawsuit

A female police officer in St. Louis publicly searched a woman’s vagina in search of drugs while a male cop watched, but found nothing, according to a lawsuit. The officer later won a Missouri Medal of Valor for killing a suspect.

Jan 19 17:54

US Supporting Daesh, Using Turkey As Camouflage In Syria: Analyst

The US government’s recent pledge to step up support for Turkey’s military forces in Syria is a “desperate” attempt at taking back control from Russia, which has disrupted Western plots against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, according to a former US Army officer based in New York.

Jan 19 17:26

Brexit Britain is ‘open for business,’ but only if it pays its £60bn EU debt

According to EU diplomats, any future trade agreement talks will come with a hefty price tag for the British taxpayer, as payment of financial liabilities of up to £60 billion ($74 billion) will come as a priority to European negotiators.

Jan 19 17:22

Time To Say Goodbye

Jan 19 17:20

Robots Will Start Delivering Food To Doorsteps In Silicon Valley And Washington, D.C.

Starting today, residents and businesses in Redwood City, Calif., and Washington, D.C., can get food delivered right to their doors — via robot.

Starship Technologies, an Estonia-based startup created by two Skype co-founders, Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis, will put its autonomous ground-delivery robots to work delivering food with Postmates in Washington, D.C., and DoorDash in Redwood City, Calif.

Jan 19 17:09

President Obama Enacts OVER TWO DOZEN LAWS… All In ONE DAY!!

On Fri. Jan. 13, 2017, President Obama has decided to enact over 2 dozen different presidential actions — for a grand total of 25.

Jan 19 16:55


Jan 19 16:52

Does Michael Moore Matter Anymore? An Open Letter From One Filmmaker To Another

Mike: I’m a fellow Michigander, a fellow filmmaker like yourself, raised with small town Midwestern values like the ones you claim to have. I’ve mostly applauded and admired your efforts in the past. Indeed, long before I became a filmmaker, I championed your documentary film, Fahrenheit 9/11. While working as an Alaska commercial fisherman, I lobbied the local theater owner, Rusty, to show the film there in Kodiak, Alaska in 2004. He said he despised you but I told him the Orpheum would be packed for several showings and he’d make a nice fat profit. And he did.

Speaking of nice fat profits, how’s your weight, buddy? You really should contact my friend Gillian Michael and get on a weight loss program. Maybe you could make a documentary while you do it. Call it High Fructose Snowflakes or Fast Food Fat Folks or something really fun and creative. Like that guy who made Supersize Me.

Jan 19 16:52


Anti-Trump groups flood Washington DC to disrupt inauguration

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It's a tsunami of crybabies!!!!!!!!!

Jan 19 16:48

The first GMO non-browning apples will go on sale in the US next month

The first genetically modified apples will go on sale in the US next month, according to agricultural site Capital Press. The fruit, produced by Okanagan Specialty Fruits and sold under the brand name Arctic Apples, were approved by the USDA in 2015 with a first harvest collected last fall. The apples have been modified to brown less quickly than ordinary fruit, and will be sold pre-sliced in “grab-and-go” pouches.

Jan 19 16:41

Video: ‘Trump: Kremlin Candidate?’: BBC Doc Becomes MSM Manual To ‘Verified’ Journalism

The BBC’s flagship current affairs programme has aired an edition on the alleged financial ties between U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.

Jan 19 16:40

Jeremy Scahill On Obama’s Commutation Of Chelsea Manning & Continued Demonization Of Edward Snowden

While President Obama has commuted the sentence of Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning, the administration has indicated it has no plans to pardon NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said last week, "The release of the information [Manning] provided to WikiLeaks was damaging to national security.

Jan 19 16:32


About 3 square miles (nearly 8 square km) of central Washington will be in a security cordon that will include roadblocks, street barricades and about 3,000 extra police, federal officers and 5,000 National Guard troops.

Jan 19 16:32

Lavrov: US Has Increased Efforts To Recruit Russian Diplomats In Recent Years

US intelligence agencies have been actively trying to recruit senior Russian diplomats over the past several years, according to the Foreign Minister.

Jan 19 16:31

Dow industrials post 5th straight decline

Stocks ended slightly lower on Wall Street, pushing the Dow Jones industrial average to its fifth loss in a row.

Jan 19 16:31

Donald Trump to Name the Owner of NY Jets as an Ambassador to the UK, Twitter Reacts

It looks like the next ambassador to the United States to the UK will be the owner of NY Jets, Woody Johnson.

Jan 19 16:30

M 6.8 - 71km W of Kirakira, Solomon Islands

Jan 19 16:30

Britain’s ‘Failure To Tackle Tax Havens’ Draws Ire Of Anti-Corruption Campaigners

Anti-corruption campaigners have accused the British government of falling short on its longstanding commitment to fight corruption, voicing concerns over the government’s “rejection of the need to stop the UK tax havens selling secrecy.”

Responding to recommendations by the International Development Committee (IDC) in its October 2016 report ‘Tackling corruption overseas’, officials once again asserted on Monday the UK is a “leader in the fight against corruption and promoting transparency.”

Jan 19 16:26

Man Loses 5th Amendment Appeal After Forced To Unlock Phone With Fingerprint

The Fifth Amendment protects individuals from incriminating themselves, but a Minnesota court has ruled it does not apply when a suspect is ordered to provide a fingerprint to unlock a cell phone.

Giving a fingerprint is akin to standing in a lineup, not revealing a password, the Minnesota Court of Appeals found on Tuesday.

Jan 19 16:24

Activists Call On Obama To Pardon Leonard Peltier, Warning He’ll Die In Prison Otherwise

While President Obama shortened the sentences of Oscar López Rivera and Chelsea Manning and 207 other prisoners.

Jan 19 16:24

ACLU Official Mocks Elderly White People, Tells Them They Have ‘Five Years Left’

An official for the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California mocked elderly white people at a city council meeting last week, telling them they had “five years left.”

Rialto, California, held a regularly scheduled city council meeting last Tuesday after a city councilman apologized for planning an event to discuss the possibility of Rialto becoming a “sanctuary city.”

Jan 19 16:23

Fake-News Makers Are Worse Than Prostitutes – Putin Slams Trump ‘Leak’ Publishers

Despite the fact that elections in the US are over and ended with a “solid win” for the Republican candidate, an intense political struggle continues in the US.

Jan 19 15:59


Jan 19 15:56

'Pharma Bro’ A Whistleblower? Martin Shkreli Complaint Leads To $100mn FTC Drug Price Settlement

Mallinckrodt Pharmaceutical has agreed to pay $100 million to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for charges that were, in part, brought on by Martin Shkreli, the “pharma bro” notorious for significantly raising the price of a life-saving drug.

According to the FTC, Mallinckrodt violated antitrust laws when their Questcor division acquired the rights to Acthar, a specialty drug used to treat infantile spasms.

Jan 19 15:46

Video: Putin Mocks Trump’s ‘Prostitute Scandal’ Allegations

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he has no grounds to attack or protect US President-elect Donald Trump, since he does not know him personally.

Jan 19 15:37

Celebrating Dr. King With The Departure Of Barack Obama

With the establishment of the period when the nation would celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, no one could have anticipated the possibility that one day that period would converge with the date when a “first black president” would be turning over executive power after serving two terms. But in just a few days Barack Hussein Obama will conclude an ironic but historic chapter in the ongoing story of this strange and dangerous place called the United States of America.

Jan 19 15:32

Russian factory mints one-kilo silver ‘In Trump We Trust’ coin

The press service said one of the coins will be sent to Trump who is set to take office on Jan. 20.

Jan 19 15:22

Anti-Trump Protesters March In DC, Vow To Disrupt Inauguration

A large number of anti-Donald Trump protesters have staged rallies in Washington, DC to denounce the US president-elect’s proposed controversial policies, and vowed to disrupt his inauguration this week.

In the demonstrations on Wednesday, the protesters condemned Trump’s campaign rhetoric against minorities in the run-up to last November’s presidential election.

Jan 19 15:00

Sports Authority execs win fight to collect bonuses after bankruptcy

Identities of execs collecting $1.5 million remain secret

Jan 19 14:57

Agreement Ceremony As RT Starts Broadcasting On UN HQ Network

An agreement ceremony is being held at the United Nations headquarters in New York City as RT starts broadcasting within the UN HQ internal information network. RT Director General Aleksey Nikolov and UN Under-Secretary-General Cristina Gallach are delivering speeches at the ceremony.

Jan 19 14:43

Man Stabbed Repeatedly In Shocking CCTV Footage Released By Manchester Police (VIDEO)

Police in Manchester have released CCTV footage of a vicious stabbing that took place in the city center in the early hours of Monday morning.

Greater Manchester Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack, which took place at 12:15am on Monday, January 16 outside the popular Printworks venue.

Jan 19 14:41

China’s Holdings of US Treasuries Plunge at Historic Pace

A toxic trifecta for bondholders.

Jan 19 14:32

CNN reportedly asks for access to Inauguration event, gets curt note on why they won’t get it instead

CNN got an epic smackdown when it requested press passes to cover the highly anticipated DeploraBall, a pro-Trump inauguration party being held tonight at the National Press Club.

MAGA 3X, the group that organized the DeploraBall, posted a blistering response to CNN, saying its press application was rejected because of the network’s history of biased news coverage.

Jan 19 14:31


Jan 19 14:20

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Participating In Trump's Inauguration, Called Catholic Victims Of Clergy Sexual Abuse "Fake Victims"

This is probably the most vile story I've ever had to write, but this Cardinal Timothy Dolan deserves to be exposed in a big way. I sent him a letter privately about this in 2015, which his representative at the diocese acknowledged in writing that he received. But since he doesn't find it worthy of a response, the public realm is the next best venue. Don't think for a minute that this is an anti-Catholic screed. Not at all. In fact it's just the opposite. Clergymen must be held accountable to the moral law by the laity if they fail in their sacred duty; Saints and Popes throughout history have taught us this and stated such in countless official documents. Cardinal Dolans has failed his flock in multiple ways.

Jan 19 14:12

‘Systematically And Illegally Failing’: Feds Sue Top Student Loan Servicer, Navient

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking Navient, the nation’s largest student loan servicer, to court for cheating borrowers by making them pay more for their loans than was necessary.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Navient, formerly a part of Sallie Mae, for “systematically and illegally failing borrowers at every stage of repayment,” according to a statement from the agency.

Jan 19 14:01

Costco to Pay $11.75m over Handling of Opioids and Other Drugs

Costco will pay $11.75 million to settle allegations that some of its pharmacies improperly filled prescriptions for controlled substances and failed to properly track opioids and other dangerous drugs, the U.S. Justice Department said Thursday.

Jan 19 13:57

French/Germans Want To Leave, So Unelected EU MUST Punish UK For Brexit 4th Reich Martin Bormann

The Dekker paper was an internal Philips project led by Dekker’s government affairs representative in Brussels, Coen Ramaer.

Jan 19 13:55

A GOP Candidate Colluded With A Foreign Power

It was October and the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate was faltering in the polls after the Democratic National Convention. The Republican Party’s presidential candidate began negotiating with a foreign government to cook up a scheme to embarrass the Democratic candidate.

Jan 19 13:51

Moldova Switches Sides, President Proclaims New Alliance with Moscow

Let's call this Vicky Nuland's slap in the face on her way out the door.

Washington's trans-atlantic empire suffered a blow this week when Moldova's newly elected president, Igor Dodon, announced his country's re-alignment toward Russia in a joint press conference held with Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

What a sad day this must be for the neocons, the transatlanticists, the globalists, the Victoria Nulands and George Soroses of the world. While they can't have spent nearly as much money in Moldova as they did brainwashing and overthrowing Ukraine ($5 billion according to Vicky), they have surely invested a lot in attempting to pull Moldova into Washington's Euro-Atlantic sphere.

Jan 19 13:48

Noam Chomsky on the Long History of US Meddling in Foreign Elections

A wide range of politicians and media outlets have described the alleged Russian interference in the last US presidential election (by way of hacking) as representing a direct threat to American democracy and even to national security itself. Of course, the irony behind these concerns about the interference of foreign nations in the domestic political affairs of the United States is that the US has blatantly interfered in the elections of many other nations, with methods that include not only financial support to preferred parties and the circulation of propaganda but also assassinations and overthrows of even democratically elected regimes. Indeed, the US has a long criminal history of meddling into the political affairs of other nations -- a history that spans at least a century and, since the end of World War II, extends into all regions of the globe, including western parliamentary polities.

Jan 19 13:47

Israel opens first ever NATO office

Jan 19 13:47

SCOOP: Canada's New Foreign Minister Lying About Family's Ukrainian Nazi Past

Chrystia Freeland, appointed last week to be the new Canadian Foreign Minister, claims that her maternal family were the Ukrainian victims of Russian persecution, who fled their home in 1939, after Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin agreed on a non-aggression pact and the division of Poland between Germany and the Soviet Union. She claims her mother was born in a camp for refugees before finding safe haven in Alberta, Canada. Freeland is lying.

The records now being opened by the Polish government in Warsaw reveal that Freeland’s maternal grandfather Michael (Mikhailo) Chomiak was a Nazi collaborator from the beginning to the end of the war. He was given a powerful post, money, home and car by the German Army in Crakow, then the capital of the German administration of the Galician region. His principal job was editor in chief and publisher of a newspaper the Nazis created.

Jan 19 13:46


Jan 19 13:36

Convicted or Not, L.A. Sheriff Baca Will Collect a Big Pension

Leroy “Lee” Baca, the man served for 16 years as L.A. County’s top cop, has admitted to charges of lying to the FBI in a coverup of inmate abuse at the county jail. But even if convicted, the retired Los Angeles County Sheriff will continue to receive retirement benefits – today valued at more than $342,000 annually.

Jan 19 13:35

Snowfall forces Bajhang locals to take perilous journeys

"It is fun to drive along the roads during summer. But the story is totally different during winter, especially when it snows," said journalist Lalit Singh, who just travelled along the highway recently.

Jan 19 13:34

The Energizer Winter: It Just Keeps Snowing and Snowing

There simply isn’t any way law enforcement and rescue teams can keep up with the tally. Driving to work today I also realized overtime budgets for emergency response and road clearing is skyrocketing. The state this week approved emergency funds for filling potholes on the Interstate near Nampa. This is going to be a costly winter but profitable for the people cleaning up and fixing damaged fenders.

Jan 19 13:32

Public Workers Can Get Pensions Only for Time They Actually Worked, Court Rules

Before 2011 reforms, state workers could purchase an additional five years of service time to boost pension payouts and retire earlier.

Jan 19 13:32

Broken promises: A history of UN resolutions and West Bank Settlements

At the end of last year, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution condemning Israel's settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The resolution was particularly noteworthy due to the United States taking the unusual decision to abstain on the resolution, allowing it to pass rather than vetoing. But will the new resolution make a difference to the peace process and Israel’s policy of settlement expansion?

Since Israel’s occupation of the West Bank, Gaza, East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has remained clear that settlements are illegal and an obstruction to a peaceful resolution. Here, we take a look back at the history of UNSC resolutions regarding Israeli settlement activity and expansion onto Palestinian land, and see how this has shaped the conflict between Israel-Palestine and plans for peace.

Jan 19 13:28

Wealth Distribution In The United States And The Politics Of The Pseudo-Left

A report published in December by University of California at Berkeley economists Thomas Piketty, Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman reveals unprecedented levels of social inequality in the United States.

Jan 19 13:21

CNN Caught Red Handed Hoaxing The Narrative Of President Donald Trump Protests

In this video Luke Rudkowski talks about the latest anti President protests and how CNN was caught red handed faking interviews with their camera guy.

Jan 19 12:51

Total Insanity: Brits Should Learn Polish, Punjabi, & Urdu To Make Immigrants Feel Welcome – Cambridge Prof

British people should learn immigrants’ languages to be more welcoming, according to a Cambridge professor, who says integration is a “two way street.”

University of Cambridge French philology and linguistics professor Wendy Ayres-Bennett says although people moving to Britain should learn English, Brits should also get over the idea that learning other languages is “something difficult and only for the intellectual elite.”

Jan 19 12:50

Army Corps Starts Dakota Access Pipeline Environmental Study

The Army Corps of Engineers have began studying the environmental impact of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline crossing of Lake Oahe in North Dakota, but a federal judge could stop that effort.

The notice was posted on the Army Corps’ website on Wednesday. It invites anyone interested “to help identify potential issues, concerns, and reasonable alternatives” that should be considered in an environmental impact statement (EIS).

Jan 19 12:48

Julian Assange will stand by offer to go the US after Barack Obama releases Chelsea Manning

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange stands by his offer to go to the USA now that Chelsea Manning is being released, he told a press conference.

Mr Assange had previously committed to hand himself in and face any possible extradition to the US, should Barack Obama offer clemency to Ms Manning. But when that happened, his lawyers suggested that he wouldn't actually fulfil that commitment – arguing that Ms Manning wasn't being released quickly enough.

Now Mr Assange has said that he will stand by the offer. He said that there will be "many discussions" on his future before Ms Manning leaves prison in May.

Jan 19 12:46

CHINESE, ASIAN tourists avoiding Paris like the plague because of Muslim violence, theft, and terrorism

President of the Chinese Association of Travel Agencies in France, Jean-François Zhou, said “increasingly violent” thefts and assaults are turning France into “one of the worst destinations for foreign tourists.” Many tourists are now looking to Russia as a much safer holiday destination.

Jan 19 12:44

Most Americans Believe US Will Pay For Wall On Mexico Border

The majority of Americans believe that the United States and not Mexico will be the one ending up to pay for a wall on the Mexican border to prevent asylum seekers from entering the country as proposed by the incoming president, a new poll shows.