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December 17, 2015

Dec 17 07:26

An Unbelievable Story of Rape

An 18-year-old said she was attacked at knifepoint. Then she said she made it up. That’s where the story begins.

Dec 17 07:23

First ‘crisis actor’: 1990 ‘Nayirah’ claimed Iraq killed 312 hospital incubator infants in Kuwait to criminally incite war

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

2-minute clip from Barrie Zwicker’s The Great Conspiracy:


Edited and amended from a brief I wrote for interested Members of Congress in 2005 (and updated to 2009), War with Afghanistan and Iraq, rhetoric for war with Iran:

Dec 17 07:22

Retraction Watch

Science is never settled

Dec 17 07:13

‘More devastating than any nuclear war’: John McAfee on the coming cyber war with ISIS

Every presidential contender says they want to destroy Islamic State, but John McAfee is the only one predicting a war involving cyberattacks, not conventional weapons. “We have to prepare ourselves” for an enemy that is “far more clever,” McAfee told RT.

Dec 17 07:12

Presidential candidate Paul ties Fed policies to Las Vegas real estate collapse

Southern Nevada's epic housing bust was a presidential campaign issue on Wednesday.

As the Federal Reserve announced its first interest-rate increase in about a decade, Republican presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul blamed the central bank for its role in the Las Vegas Valley's — and nation's — housing bubble.

Paul, speaking to an audience of more than 110 at an Economic Club of Las Vegas luncheon inside Caesars Palace, linked Fed policies to the city's real estate struggles.

Dec 17 07:11

Role of Saudi-led ‘military alliance’ put to question as some members reject participation

The international community has welcomed Saudi Arabia’s initiative to create a coalition against terrorism. However, its “military and ideological” role has been met with confusion even among members, some of whom didn’t know they were included.

Dec 17 07:11

IMF recognizes Ukraine’s contested $3bn debt to Russia as sovereign

The executive board of the International Monetary Fund has recognized Ukraine’s $3 billion debt to Russia as official and sovereign – a status Kiev has been attempting to contest. Russia is to sue Ukraine if it fails to pay by the December 20 deadline.

Dec 17 07:10

Adelson son-in-law orchestrated family's purchase of Las Vegas Review-Journal

The son-in-law of billionaire casino owner Sheldon Adelson arranged the $140 million purchase of the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Adelson's behalf, sources confirmed Wednesday.

Patrick Dumont, who is listed on the website of Las Vegas Sands Corp. as the company's senior vice president of finance and strategy, put together the deal at the behest of his father-in-law, the chairman and CEO of the casino operator.

Dumont, a 41-year-old from New York, in 2009 married Sivan Ochshorn, a daughter of Adelson's wife, Dr. Miriam Adelson, from a prior marriage. Sivan Ochshorn Dumont runs the Israel Hayom, which is owned by the casino mogul.

Dec 17 07:01

LOOK What Hillary Said During The GOP Debate- It Instantly Backfired In A Big Way

It was an opportunity few could ignore. Whether contradicting the position she took in her Twitter message or poking fun at her use of the third person to refer to herself, Twitter users whiled away the time attacking Clinton for what she said and the way she said it.

Dec 17 06:58

A serious question: How many college students will die from real-world stupidity if a financial collapse unfolds?

The Federal Reserve has just declared that it will no longer bail out failing banks. This is one of the key precursors to the coming systemic debt collapse that's mathematically inevitable.

Dec 17 05:49


Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters this week, continuing the cinematic saga of an interplanetary civilization’s struggles with galactic war and tyranny. It will be watched by millions whose own civilization is beset by global warfare driven by a planetary empire on the verge of descending into a militarized police state. So now would be a good time to review the lessons to be found in the first two Star Wars trilogies concerning the road to universal serfdom and how to keep off it.

Dec 17 01:16

Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Portrait of a Backstabbing Pasha

Erdo?an began his ascent to power as a social reformer in opposition to the power elite; he was a rabble-rouser for popular Islam and social welfare. Once he takes political power he enriches his family and the business elite and purges adversaries and rivals.

With political power and economic connections, he amasses personal wealth through illicit business transactions.

Dec 17 01:09

A Blind Eye Toward Turkey’s Crimes

The alleged ties between Turkish President Erdogan and Islamist terrorists in Syria is an embarrassment for the Obama administration and the U.S. news media, which would prefer to look the other way rather than face up to the danger created by an out-of-control NATO “ally.”

Dec 17 01:02

You Want War? Russia is Ready for War

Russian intel has certainly played all possible scenarios involving a NATO Turkish army on the Turkish-Syrian border as well as the possibility of Ankara closing the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles for the Russian “Syria Express”. Erdogan may not be foolish enough to offer Russia yet another casus belli. But Moscow is taking no chances.

Russia has placed ships and submarines capable of launching nuclear missiles in case Turkey under the cover of NATO decides to strike out against the Russian position. President Putin has been clear; Russia will use nuclear weapons if necessary if conventional forces are threatened.

Dec 17 00:57

And Just Like That, "Free Trade" Pact Trounces US Law

Claims that trade pacts like the pending Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will not trump public health and environmental policies were revealed to be fiction on Tuesday after Congress, bending to the will of the World Trade Organization, killed the popular country-of-origin label (COOL) law.

Dec 17 00:48

The Syria Liability: Western Investment Cataclysm

What if you woke up one morning, turned on CNN or BBC, and a friendly face told you 10 families ruled the world? How about 20? What if one family had investments in every corner of the world, and money bet on every point of conflict on Earth? Why CNN and BBC would be evangelizing conspiracy theories if they broadcast this. We all know everything is Vladimir Putin’s fault, and that Barack Obama is all that stands between America and doom. Here’s the other side of this alternate reality.

December 16, 2015

Dec 16 23:57

Seattle Ready to Welcome Syrian Refugees

King County is planning to welcome upwards of 200 Syrian refugees over the next year.

Dec 16 23:14

Trump Threatens to Sit out next GOP Debate

The real estate mogul appeared at his first campaign rally in Mesa, Ariz., since the last GOP debate of 2015, again suggesting he may not attend the next debate.

“I’ll bet you they get big ratings,” Trump said at Wednesday’s rally about CNN. “I think next time I won’t do it,” adding “just to see it tank.”

Dec 16 23:03

Seattle Man Dies Days after Arrest, Fighting Police

In a report made public Wednesday afternoon, the King County Medical Examiner determined Ma's death was a homicide. A blood clot in his lung was the result of an existing injury. Other mitigating factors besides the scuffle with police, according to the report, Ma's own schizophrenic and threatening behavior.

Dec 16 22:25

Top VA Watchdog Resigned After Being Caught Masturbating On The Job

Jon Wooditch, the Department of Veterans Affairs’ former top watchdog, resigned after being caught masturbating in the agency’s all-glass conference room in full view of people across the street, including school teachers at an education conference.

Now THAT'S transparency!

Dec 16 20:14

Israeli authorities displace 6 Palestinians in Jerusalem demolition

Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem have been under threat of displacement since the Israeli government enacted a policy of “Judaization” in the area since its occupation in 1967, according to Israeli rights group B’Tselem.

The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions has documented nearly 50,000 demolitions in the occupied Palestinian territory since 1967

Dec 16 19:24

GOP Candidates Actually Spend Time Debating Whether To Kill Terrorists' Innocent Family Members

“We have to be much tougher, we have to be much stronger than we've been,” said the Republican front-runner. “We have people that know what is going on … I would be very, very firm with families. And frankly, that will make people think, because they may not care much about their lives. But they do care, believe it or not, about their families' lives.”

Dec 16 19:23

Rand Paul rips Chris Christie: 'If you're in favor of World War III, you have your candidate'

At the CNN Republican debate on Tuesday night, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) suggested that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) could start World War III if he were elected president.

Dec 16 18:59

Rania Masri on US support for ISIS

Dec 16 17:58

Baltimore protesters blocking streets in wake of Freddie Gray mistrial, family calls for peace

Baltimore protesters took to the streets and began blocking traffic after a mistrial was declared in the first case related to Freddie Gray, a young black man who died in police custody last year. Two arrests have been confirmed by police.

The protests come after a judge announced a mistrial for Officer William Porter, the first of six cops to be tried over Gray’s in-custody death. The jury could not unanimously agree on one or more of the charges, and so a new trial must be set if prosecutors want to continue pursuing punishment.

Dec 16 17:57

Putin gives Russian Constitution priority over international court rulings

President Vladimir Putin has signed into law the bill allowing the Constitutional Court to overrule the decisions of international courts if such decisions contradict the principle of supremacy of the Russian Constitution.

Dec 16 17:56

Anger in Streets of Baltimore as Mistrial Declared in Freddie Gray Case

TRNN reports from Courthouse East in Baltimore after a jury was unable to return a verdict for any of the four charges brought against Officer William Porter in the death of Freddie Gray

Dec 16 17:56

Clinton tops list of candidates backed by US weapons-makers

With the war on terror swelling their stock prices, the US defense industry is spending at least some of the cash to support their preferred presidential candidates. Hillary Clinton tops the list, followed by Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush and Bernie Sanders as #6.

Dec 16 16:59

Fracking: Government accused of 'outrageous vandalism' over new rules

The new rules allowing fracking below national parks were passed thanks to a “shabby” evasion of parliamentary debate, Labour and the Liberal Democrats have said.

MPs backed the new measures by a slim majority of 37 after a ballot vote, with no full House of Commons debate.

Dec 16 16:56

“Affluenza” Teen — Who Got Away After Killing 4 with the “Rich, Spoiled Brat Defense” — Dodges Probation

How disgusting is it that we live in a society where someone can murder four people due to their egregiously reckless actions, harm a dozen others, and in the end because that person’s daddy has money, he can get away with it via the argument “it’s not my fault because I have money“…???

Dec 16 16:55

Congress strips out privacy protections from CISA 'security' bill

Under the original CISA legislation, companies would share their users' information with federal government departments once it had been anonymized. The government could then analyze it for online threats, while the companies received legal immunity from prosecution for breaking existing privacy agreements.

But as the bill was amended, the privacy parts of the proposed law have been stripped away. Now companies don't have to anonymize data before handing it over. In addition, the government can use it for surveillance and for activities outside cybercrime. And in addition, companies don't have to report security failings even if they spot them.

Dec 16 16:49

US Manufacturing PMI Plunges To Lowest Since 2012 As Factory Orders Collapse To 2009 Lows

Following the collapse in industrial production, it is no surprise that Markit's Manufacturing PMI has plunged to 51.3, its lowest since October 2012. Under the surface it is a disaster with production volume growth the softest since October 2013, and new orders crashed to worst since September 2009. Finally, don't shurg this off, although manufacturing only accounts for around one-tenth of the economy, the Manufacturing PMI exhibits a high correlation of 77% with GDP as industrial activity has an important cyclical impact on other parts of the economy.

Dec 16 16:47

Baltic Dry Crashes To New Record Low As China "Demand Is Collapsing"

Despite a brief dead-cat-bounce late November, which Jim Cramer heralded as evidence of stabilization in China, the world's best known freight index has collapsed to new all-time record lows this morning. Amid a persistent glut of ships and ongoing concerns about Chinese steel imports, The Baltic Dry has tumbled to 471 - the lowest level in at least 30 years.

Dec 16 16:44

Caught On Tape: Chaotic Aftermath Of A Russian Strike On ISIS Oil Tankers

According to the Syrian Observatory For Human Rights - which, you're reminded, is essentially one man operating from London on tips he receives from a network of "sources" on the ground - Russian warplanes struck "a fuel market in Idlib on Tuesday, destroying tanker trucks, setting huge fires and killing 16 people."

While it's impossible to conclusively verify the death toll or who actually conducted the strikes, it does indeed appear that someone "struck oil" (so to speak) in Idlib yesterday and for those wondering what the situation on the ground looks like after the Russians hit terrorist oil convoys, we present the following video with no further comment:

Dec 16 16:28

HPV Vaccine Documentary Aired On TV3 Ireland

Gardasil in Ireland under scrutiny. 150 girls from the group REGRET believe their debilitating conditions are due to the HPV vaccine, Gardasil. So what is next for Ireland?

Dec 16 16:18

What Christmas Dinner Looks Like Without The Bees

Hope you are not hungry while you read this. A Christmas dinner without bees would be a minimalist lifestyle in the worst way possible. According to University of Reading researchers, in just two decades, worldwide honeybee populations have been cut in half. While that’s enough to make anyone spit out their honey…

Dec 16 16:13

Video Shows Official Inserting Evidence Into San Bernardino Alleged Cime Scene

At 14 seconds and at 24 seconds of video man throws down two objects he had attached to his person. One a firearm?

Dec 16 16:11

Details of MI6 informant’s murder trial must remain secret, even from ECHR – Supreme Court

The UK Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal filed by a Chinese dissident and MI6 informant convicted of murder to take his case to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

Dec 16 16:04

Was There Any Actual Defense for “the Marathon Bomber”?

This article asks why there was such a dearth of cross-examination of witnesses at the trial of Dzhokhar (Jahar) Tsarnaev, or really any challenge to the prosecution – in the way one would normally expect.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When your defense attorney tells the jury you did it, you are not getting a fair trial!

Dec 16 16:00

CNN’s Debate on ‘Terror’ Omitted the Kind That Kills the Most Americans

CNN’s debate Tuesday night was billed as a debate focusing on national security, foreign policy and terrorism. As CNN‘s Wolf Blitzer said as he introduced the questioning:

Dec 16 16:00

‘Thriving off conflict’: UK is world’s second largest arms seller

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) found the UK was second only to the United States in selling weapons in 2014.

Dec 16 15:58


"Since the crash of" Sukhoi-24 "russian, Russia has taken every conceivable opportunity to undermine Turkey. Certainly my government behaves like a mature and experienced government, but our patience has limits. Faced with Russian efforts, we have, no fear, no remorse. We act with moderation, to bring our relations back to normal, if necessary, I assure you ,we can can occupy Russia in less than seven days with NATO and our regional allies "

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Erdogan is losing it!

Dec 16 15:57

Natural Gas: Prices Still Trending Down

Dec 16 15:57

The FBI Checked the Wrong Box and a Woman Ended Up on the Terrorism Watch List For Years

As the Senate debated a proposal earlier this month that would have barred gun sales to people on the government’s terrorism watch lists, Republicans decried the lists as unfair, unreliable and un-American.

Dec 16 15:55

Corporate Media Ignore Economic Justice in the 2016 Election

If you feel like you haven’t seen much (or any) news about Bernie Sanders and the Democratic primary race, it’s not just in your head. Over the weekend, the Tyndall Report revealed that mainstream nightly news shows, through the entirety of this year of 2015, have spent only 10 minutes of total coverage on Bernie Sanders, as opposed to 234 minutes of total coverage of Donald Trump.

Dec 16 15:54

Juan González: GOP to Puerto Rico – “Drop Dead”

On Tuesday, top Republicans in the Senate rejected a move by congressional Democrats to extend bankruptcy protection laws to Puerto Rico.

Dec 16 15:47

A Blind Eye Toward Turkey’s Crimes

Theoretically, it would be a great story for the American press: an autocrat so obsessed with overthrowing the leader of a neighboring country that he authorizes his intelligence services to collaborate with terrorists in staging a lethal sarin attack to be blamed on his enemy and thus trick major powers to launch punishing bombing raids against the enemy’s military.

Dec 16 15:39

David Cameron’s Christmas Crusade: More Killing

On July 20th this year, Defence Minister Michael Fallon was adamant when he told Parliament that Britain would not send ground forces to Iraq or Syria as their deployment would be used by ISIS as anti Western propaganda.

Dec 16 15:31

The US Federal Government Finally Admits the War on Drugs is a Failure

Fast forward forty plus years and for anyone who is not making a profit in the global drug trade, the war on drugs looks like one of the greatest human tragedies of all time. Billions of dollars spent, hundreds of thousands of deaths, millions of people incarcerated, countless lives and families shattered, higher than ever rates of addiction, billions in foreign military aid spent, and the availability of drugs is higher than ever before.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The War on Drugs was really the War On The Other Guys' Drugs. Remember that it was Reagan's Attorney General, William French Smith, who changed the rules so that CIA could involve themselves with drug traffickers without reporting it to the DEA.

Dec 16 15:02

San Bernardino attackers 'did not post about jihad on social media'

The San Bernardino attackers did not post support for jihad on open social media, contrary to previous reports, the FBI has said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I need a new egg timer.

Dec 16 15:01

Bob Herbert on GOP Debate: Democracy Is Being Dismantled Before Our Eyes

Tuesday’s debate was held in Las Vegas at the Venetian casino, owned by Republican billionaire backer Sheldon Adelson.


Dec 16 14:15

Greeks Watch Passively as Government Drains Them Dry

If one had asked any Greek exactly one year ago, that the full of promises SYRIZA party would come to power to finish off the crisis-stricken Greek economy and drain his personal wealth, with his blessing, he would have called them a lunatic.

Dec 16 14:04

Texas cop will not be disciplined for grabbing student by neck

A Texas school resource officer was justified in grabbing a teen by the neck because he was only looking out for the teen's safety, according to the internal affairs division of the Red Rock Police Department.

Dec 16 14:02

The city of Bethlehem prepares for a scaled-down Christmas celebration in the face of continuing Israeli violence [VIDEO]

A Silent Night this Christmas: The city of Bethlehem prepares for a scaled-down Christmas celebration in the face of continuing Israeli violence

Dec 16 13:48

Yemen: Saudi Arabia’s Vietnam

And then there is Yemen where a ragtag coalition – hardly worth the name – of Saudi-paid mercenaries is trying unsuccessfully to crush a rebellion and democratic movement (inaccurately referred to as a Houthi-ethnic revolt) in order to restore “their man,” Abd-Rabbuh orted against that country, this despite the fact that a major U.S.-supported war continues to devastate the country.

Dec 16 13:30

Reality Check: Ted Cruz Says Middle East Was Better Off Before War On Terror

“The Middle East was better off with Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi in power.”

Those words are from Republican presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The man is right (but still not eligible to run for President).

Dec 16 13:28

Judge declares mistrial in case of officer charged in Freddie Gray case

Jurors deliberated more than 16 hours over three days but still could not reach a verdict in the trial of the first officer to face prosecution in Freddie Gray’s death, forcing an already-weary Baltimore to continue waiting for any resolution in a case that has strained this city for months.

On Wednesday afternoon, Judge Barry G. Williams declared a mistrial.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If the city of Baltimore announces the officers will not be re-tried, then the riots will start and Obama will have is excuse to declare a national emergency!

Dec 16 13:17

Frontex: EU to unveil new border control agency granted ‘right to intervene’

The European commission is proposing a new border patrol force – to help secure the bloc’s external frontiers in the face of the migrant crisis.

Dec 16 13:05

Meanwhile in US: Don’t want to pay hotel bill? Simply crash your truck into lobby

A man has been charged after he allegedly slammed his pickup truck into an Oklahoma hotel lobby in the United States.

Dec 16 13:03


PFOA, or perfluorooctanoic acid, also known as C8, a chemical that for six decades was used by DuPont in the production of Teflon and other products. Research on people in West Virginia and Ohio who had consumed water contaminated by leaks from a nearby DuPont factory showed probable links between the chemical and six diseases, including kidney cancer.

Dec 16 12:33

Avakov issued a video of the conflict with Saakashvili

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is an argument between Saakashvili and Avakov in the Ukrainian Government. Everyone was present. They are accusing each other of corruption.

The funny thing is that Avakov is Armenian and Saakashvili is Georgian and since they do not speak each other's language, they are arguing in Russian....the language that the Ukrainian Government wants to make illegal.

Dec 16 12:26


Webmaster's Commentary: 

Select 2015 YTD then click on waste water wells.

Dec 16 12:14

B.C.’s Attorney – General office wants $7,500.00 for the transcript of Topham Trial By RadicalPress.com

Well, there you have it. $7,500.00 for the transcript of R v Roy Arthur Topham less the Charge to the Jury which would have included another 62 pages raising the cost up a few hundred dollars more. Had I required the transcript in 3 business days the price would have jumped up another $1,500.00 bringing the total to $9,000.00.

It’s no wonder that the little guys and gals who get caught up in the machinery of Canada’s “Just”us system invariably find themselves in a position where it becomes just too cost prohibitive to challenge decisions that could, were they accessible financially, be amenable to positive change.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is clear that the court that found Topham guilty is doing whatever it can to make it impossible for Topham to pursue a Charter Challenge (Canada's equivalent of a Supreme Court test) to challenge the law under which his freedom of speech was attacked. The price set by the Quesnel Court Registry is absurd in the extreme and was clearly decided on in the hope that Topham would simply be unable to afford to take the case any further!

Dec 16 12:07

Senator Checking If Ted Cruz Released Classified Info During GOP Debate

The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Wednesday he has asked his staff to look into whether Texas Sen. Ted Cruz released classified information during Tuesday night's GOP presidential debate.

Cruz made a claim during an exchange with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio about the new USA Freedom Act, which Cruz supported and Rubio opposed. Cruz said that "nearly 100 percent" of phone numbers can be checked for terror ties under the new program, compared with "20 percent to 30 percent" under earlier Patriot Act provisions.

Rubio responded that national television is not the place to discuss classified information, before going on to dispute Cruz's suggestions.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But ... but ... but ... I thought the NSA had stopped spying on us law-abiding citizens! :)

Dec 16 12:02

Obama to visit San Bernardino Friday, White House says

President Obama will visit San Bernardino Friday to visit privately with the families of victims of a terrorist shooting spree that killed 14 people and injured 22 more, the White House said.

Obama will stop in San Bernardino on the way to his annual Christmas vacation with his family in Hawaii.

Dec 16 12:02

BREAKING Fed Raises Rates

Dec 16 12:02

Fed rate hike: Watch what they say, not what they do

A Federal Reserve interest rate hike today is pretty much a sure thing, as readings on inflation and jobs are headed in the right direction.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Just announced. Rate raised 1/4 point.

Dec 16 11:59


Multiple reports seem to indicate that the must-pass omnibus spending bill could quadruple the H-2B worker visa program. Congress must pass a spending bill this week to avoid a government shutdown.

The omnibus could contain a bill co-sponsored by Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) and Sen. Thom Tillis’ (R-N.C.) that would quadruple the number of H-2B work visas issed each year to foreign workers.

Dec 16 11:52

US military says pulls 12 fighter jets from base in Turkey

The U.S. military said Wednesday it was pulling 12 F-15 Eagles and Strike Eagle fighter jets from Incirlik air base in Turkey after deploying them there last month.

A spokesman at the U.S. military's European Command told Reuters the aircraft had completed a temporary deployment.

Dec 16 11:26

Is psychopharmacology the scientific fraud of the century? 64% of psychology experiments can't be reproduced

An article in the journal Science casts doubt on how seriously the findings of any one psychological or other type of scientific study should be taken. In order to contribute to an ongoing debate about the reliability of psychological research, 270 researchers on five continents repeated 100 experiments that had been published in major psychological journals in 2008.

They were only able to replicate the original experiment's findings in 36 of 100 cases.

Dec 16 11:20

Superintendent: Phila. Schools Face Shutdown In January Due To State Budget Impasse

Pennsylvania’s long budget stalemate could soon make it impossible for some school districts to get another loan to stay open.

Dec 16 11:20

Putin Throws Down the Gauntlet

Would you be willing to defend your country against a foreign invasion?

That’s all Putin is doing in Syria. He’s just preempting the tidal wave of jihadis that’ll be coming his way once the current fracas is over. He figures it’s better to exterminate these US-backed maniacs in Syria now than face them in Chechnya, St Petersburg and Moscow sometime in the future. Can you blame him? After all, if Washington’s strategy works in Syria, then you can bet they’ll try the same thing in Beirut, Tehran and Moscow.

So what choice does Putin have?

Dec 16 10:53

Idaho State Police Crawling All Over Council, Hometown of Jack Yantis: Whitewash Expected Soon

As readers may recall, LibertyFight.com broke the story identifying the kilers of Jack Yantis on November 30th.Our source in Council who gave us the two officers names alerts us that something is afoot, and the discerning source predicts that whitewash of the two killers, Sheriffs Brian Wood and Cody Roland, is expected soon.

Dec 16 10:41

Media Hypes Potential Unrest as Jury Says It's Deadlocked in Freddie Gray Case

On Tuesday the jury for the trial of officer William Porter told the court they are 'deadlocked,' judge Barry Williams responded by instructing the jury to continue deliberating.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Dec 16 10:24

PSA Tests Useless for 98 Percent of Men

If you’re thinking of getting a PSA test, you need to see what the latest research shows.

That’s because a huge new study shows that PSA tests aren’t just useless…but can ruin your life too.

The study was headed up by Dr. Philip Prorok. He leads research for the US National Cancer Institute.

“PSAs don’t result in any benefit,” he says. But they do cause “harm from false positives and over diagnosis.”
Test is Hardly More Effective Than a Coin Toss!”

But the two men behind PSAs both agree that the screenings cause more harm than good.

(*Yeah , but if word gets too far out there , can you imagine the class action lawsuit ? So the PSA test stays right where it is
the stoogein general )

Dec 16 10:17

Before Debates, Trump Crowd Swarmed on Protester: “Light The Motherf@*ker On Fire!”

Video shows the man sitting on the ground to avoid removal by security, while members of the crowd called for his death.

But was it a set-up?

Dec 16 10:12

Current Temperature Map for the United States

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Arizona hit -11 last night!

Dec 16 10:08

Rabbi gets 10 years for arranging divorces with beatings

An Orthodox rabbi from Lakewood, N.J., has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for orchestrating a conspiracy to extort religious divorces from unwilling husbands using beatings, stun guns, and an electric cattle prod.

Dec 16 10:07


Saudi Arabia announces 34-state military alliance to fight terrorism

Gulf state reveals formation of coalition in statement citing ‘duty to protect the Islamic nation from the evils of all terrorist groups and organisations’

Dec 16 10:07


Zionist organization releases video portraying human rights activists as aiding terrorists; activist says he fears being targeted for violence.

Dec 16 10:05

Vladimir Putin offers Donald Trump fans a glimpse of the possible

To Mr Putin’s admirers in the US, he offers a tantalising view of what it might be like to have a president stymied by neither Congress nor two-term limits — and one who treats the delicate art of diplomacy more like judo than chess. To many of these people, Mr Trump represents the quixotic tsar who will rid Washington of its gridlock, reverse failed foreign policies and end years of perceived economic decline. If he is Trump the Terrible, so much the better.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

FT is trying to make a negative link between Trump and Putin, but winds up emphasizing why both men are so admired.

Dec 16 10:04

2015 is the year America started having a sane conversation about death

Earl Blumenauer had become accustomed to losing.

During the health reform debate, the Oregon congressman pushed a provision that would reimburse doctors for helping Medicare patients draw up advance care directives.

Dec 16 09:58

Nebraska Dem Sponsors Bill To "Keep Guns And Explosives Out Of The Hands Of Suspected Terrorists."

In the wake of the San Bernardino, CA false flag shoot-up, a reactionary Nebraska Democrat has proposed a ridiculous law which he claims would "keep guns and explosives out of the hands of suspected terrorists." 66-year-old Rep. Brad Ashford, who's been in Congress for less than a year, co-sponsored H.R. 1076, otherwise known as 'The Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorist Act.' The dubious part is, what or whom, precisely, is a considered a "suspected terrorist"? In a press release, Ashford proclaimed "I support the second amendment, but keeping guns and explosives out of the hands of suspected terrorists is not gun control; it's a common sense, responsible way to strengthen our national security."

Dec 16 09:54

Science Links Pesticides To Breathing Problems And Lower IQ In Childhood

By Sophie McAdam

In the first study of its kind, researchers at UC Berkeley have found that exposure to pesticides from a young age can cause decreased lung function and neurological problems.

Scientists at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health studied 279 children and 600 pregnant women in California’s Salinas valley and found that the use of agricultural chemicals in the area was as harmful as being exposed to second-hand smoke...

Dec 16 09:48

Republicans Argue Over How to Keep America Safe as Trump Sticks to Muslim Ban at Debate

The Republican debate, hosted by CNN in Las Vegas and moderated by Wolf Blitzer, was the first since the terrorist attacks on Paris and San Bernardino. Unsurprisingly, the debate centered on national security and foreign policy.

Dec 16 09:47

Big News! Hawaii’s Big Island Moves Closer To Being GMO-Free!

Hot off the presses – Mayor Kenoi on the Big Island, in Hawaii, recently signed Bill 113 into law, prohibiting GMOs. The bill prohibits biotech companies from operating on the island, and stops farmers from growing new GM crops. This is a historical moment for Hawaii, a place which has been called ‘ground zero for GMOs.’

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Look for the GMO corporations to find a corruptible judge to block this law.