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Apr 14 07:35

Washington state school district removes 143 students over vaccine law

A Washington state school district pulled 143 students who lacked documentation proving they had received required immunizations from classrooms on Monday, in a first-in-the-state clamp-down triggered by a recent measles epidemic.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The part they are not telling you is that most of the people coming down with measles have had the measles vaccination. At the very least the vaccine does not work. At worst the vaccine is causing the epidemics, and the CDC now admits that recently vaccinated people can and do pass measles on to other unvaccinated people, causing the epidemics which are then used to scare everyone else into buying this questionable but highly profitable drug. The US Vaccine court acknowledged that over 100 Americans have died as a result of the measles vaccine, while the CDC reports that nobody in America has died of measles in the last ten years. The US Government is trying to "stimulate the economy" (get you to spend more money you don't have) by ordering you to buy products you don;t want and probably do not need.

As I am banned from commenting by Raw Story, feel free to copy and use the above yourself.

Apr 14 07:29

Sheriff Richard Mack: How We Can Stop JADE HELM

Apr 14 07:26

WTF! Florida Police Are Using Military APC to Pull People Over In Gainesville

Apr 14 07:17

Why We Need Hillary

But, most importantly, Hillary Clinton is the next big “civil rights” story. Now that Americans have had their Black president, the media will need some big story to get excited about so that 2016 can be another “groundbreaking” and “historic” election. Progressives, after all, want to show “progress.” THE FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES is a no-brainer. The headlines will write themselves. The fact that she is probably at least as legitimately qualified for the job than any possible contenders will barely even matter. None of the bullshit-policies-she-comes-up-with-so-she’ll-have-something-to-talk-about will matter, and neither will her various campaign promises.

Apr 14 07:08

Doorbell

Apr 13 21:19

Ex-Blackwater Guards Sentenced to Long Prison Terms in 2007 Killings of Iraqi Civilians

One by one, four former Blackwater security contractors wearing blue jumpsuits and leg irons stood before a federal judge on Monday and spoke publicly for the first time since a deadly 2007 shooting in Iraq.
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“I know for a fact that I will be exonerated, in this life and the next,” said Paul A. Slough.

“I am very sorry for the loss of life,” Dustin L. Heard said. “But I cannot say in all honesty to the court that I believe I did anything wrong.”

“As God is my witness,” Evan S. Liberty said, he fired only at insurgents who were shooting at him.

“The verdict is wrong,” said Nicholas A. Slatten, a former Army sniper who was convicted of murder for starting the melee with a precision shot through the head of a young man stopped at an intersection. “You know I am innocent, sir.”

The judge, Royce C. Lamberth, strongly disagreed, sentencing Mr. Slatten to life in prison and handing 30-year sentences to the three others.

(*Good!)

Apr 13 20:27

CISPA Is Back With A Vengeance

First introduced in the House of Representatives in 2011, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) is once again back in play and is being considered for legislative action this month. Much of the same concerns that accompanied its introduction in 2011 remain specifically that it is a blank check for cybersurveillance dressed up as a bill to promote cybersecurity.
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Apr 13 18:21

Why are Florida police using armored vehicles to make traffic stops?

The escalation of police militarization continues. None of the supposed “violations” in this police report warrant the use of an MRAP. What this does seem like is dudes on a power trip who don’t like their authority to be challenged.

Apr 13 18:18

Cash Banned in Louisiana at Garage Sales, Flea Markets etc.

With the passage of House Bill 195 into law, the State of Louisiana has banned the use of cash in all transactions involving secondhand goods. State representative Ricky Hardy, a co-author of the bill, claims that the bill targets criminals who traffic in stolen goods. According to Hardy, “It’s a mechanism to be used so the police department has something to go on and have a lead.” The bill prohibits cash transactions by "secondhand dealers," defined to include garage sales, flea markets, resellers of specialty items, and even non-profit resellers like Goodwill. Curiously, it specifically exempts pawnbrokers from the ban. But of course, pawn shops--and not rented stalls at local church flea markets--are notorious as places that criminals frequent to convert stolen goods into quick cash. So what gives? Are the authors of the bill and those who voted for it ignoramuses--or are they deliberately obscuring the real purpose of the bill?

Apr 13 18:07

Israel uses child slave labour to plant and harvest its agriculture. Not a big deal though

Palestinian children as young as 11 are being employed under dangerous conditions in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank in breach of international law, a human rights group said on Monday. Hundreds of child labourers are working in farms and agricultural businesses in the strategically sensitive Jordan Valley for just £13 a day, according to a new report from Human Rights Watch, which documented cases of young people suffering work-related ill health and injuries.

Apr 13 18:05

Cops pick up Maryland kids again, hold them for hours without informing parents

The Meitiv kids of Maryland, whose parents free-range them, were picked up by the cops yesterday and kept in the back of a patrol car for three hours. This happened once before in January and the parents are getting tired of it.

Apr 13 13:31

Hundreds Protest Austerity on Montreal Streets (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Demonstrations continued in Montreal, as students marched the streets to protest austerity measures proposed by the provincial government in Quebec.

Apr 13 09:43

‘No jab, no pay’: Australia to cut welfare for anti-vaccination parents

Parents in Australia who fail to vaccinate their children will have welfare payments stopped, under government plans.

Rules which until now have allowed a “conscientious objector” loophole are being tightened.

The vast majority of children in Australia are vaccinated but a growing number of refusals has been reported.

The prime minister fears risks to the population at large.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Back in 1976, the US Government mandated vaccinations for the swine flu,. then had to call them off when the vaccine killed fifty times as many people as the flu itself. Today the big push is for measles vaccination because of the measles epidemic which oddly enough seems to hit the children who have actually had the vaccine, suggesting that the vaccines do not work, or worse, are actually causing the illnesses. So far, the US Vaccine Court has acknowledged more than 100 deaths caused by the measles vaccine, while nobody in the US has died of measles itself in the last ten years!

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Apr 13 09:17

CIA DIRECTOR: WAR ON TERROR WILL NEVER END

“The war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous. Hierarchical society is only possible on the basis of poverty and ignorance. This new version is the past and no different past can ever have existed. In principle the war effort is always planned to keep society on the brink of starvation. The war is waged by the ruling group against its own subjects and its object is not the victory over either Eurasia or East Asia, but to keep the very structure of society intact”

Apr 13 09:05

DHS IS INFLUENCING AMERICA'S TV SHOWS, MOVIES, ELECTRIC CARS AND MUCH MORE!

DHS claims its "PATRIOTIC" to influence TV shows, movies, invest in sports centers, casinos, shopping malls, rest homes and more! The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) inspector general has released hundreds of pages of emails plus other documents in support of its investigation of improper influence on the EB-5 immigration program. Many of the documents discuss hundreds of millions of dollars in financing for film and television productions from Sony Pictures and Time Warner with prominent politicians including former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendall and the office of former Los Angeles mayorAntonio Villaraigosa interjecting in an effort to get approvals. We [DHS] were also told he was exerting influence to give these individuals preference and access not available to others.

Apr 13 08:49

“Bundy Ranch” type standoff brewing in Southern Oregon between miners and BLM

The area in question has produced in excess of 10 million ounces of gold since its conception, and geologists estimate that only 10% of the gold in the ground has been removed, which makes this area highly sought after by any standard. It is said that children find gold with their hands in the creeks to this day.

BLM has made several attempts to disband the operation through violations that claim improper paperwork filing, ruling changes over time, and other unsubstantiated claims. The miners of this district have spend tens of thousands of dollars to date to fighting the BLM in the courts and other avenues. The district has made requests to produce the official rulings that show they are in violation which have gone unanswered. They simple reason given by the BLM is that “they say so”.

Apr 13 08:39

BREAKING: OREGON GOLD MINING STAND OFF WITH BLM….NEXT BUNDY RANCH

BLM recently (3/18/15) issued two Stop Orders on a mine, citing authority under their 3809 regulations, despite the fact that this is one of the oldest active claims in the country. The location date of this mine is so old that one of the location notices (the legal title to the mine) was actually first recorded in the original Galice Mining District Recorder’s book in 1876 and then later transcribed into the Josephine County Clerk’s records once the county assumed recording duties. Under the 1955 Surface Resources Act, claims of this age have exclusive surface rights unless the Department of Interior utilized a mechanism outlined in that Act to severe those surface rights. Demands to BLM to produce evidence of their surface authority in accordance to the 1955 Act have thus far garnered only “because we say so” answers and numerous stonewalling tactics. The Stop Orders came after several months of back and forth maneuvering from both sides, and are clearly retaliatory in nature.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would remind everyone that the Enclave Clause in the Constitution forbids the US Government from owning/controlling any lands other than those underneath Federal Buildings, military bases, or Federal Infrastructure such as harbors and airports. But when Nixon ended gold convertibility and doubts began to surface that the US actually had all of the gold it was pledging as collateral on government borrowing, Nixon created the EPA to bypass the Enclave Clause and start grabbing public lands away from the people and use them as collateral for borrowing, now amounting to almost 1/4 of the entire nation. Despite references to China in the original story, I think the US Government is starting to commandeer private gold resources to replace the missing gold at the New York Federal Reserve.

Apr 13 08:28

Marco Rubio jumps into 2016 presidential race

Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a telegenic rising star with appeal to conservative and establishment Republicans, told donors in a conference call today that he will run for president, according to multiple news reports.

Rubio told his supporters he feels "uniquely qualified" to be president and criticized Hillary Clinton as "a leader from yesterday."

Apr 13 07:03

Tom Cotton: Obama's Iran Deal May Lead to Nuclear War

he hawkish junior senator from Arkansas discusses the president's motivations—and his own.

(*Talk about your wringing out all you can from your Andy Warhol 15 minuets of 'fame' .)

Apr 13 05:03

The government hides surveillance programs just because people would freak out

Government agencies will go to great lengths to keep their data collection a secret, strictly to avoid the bad press they know would be coming

Apr 13 04:37

Five things to know about Marco Rubio

It's a stark contrast: Just one day after Hillary Clinton, who could end up being the oldest Democratic presidential nominee in history, formally jumped into the 2016 race, the man who could be one of the youngest nominees, Marco Rubio, will follow suit.
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Here are five things to know about Rubio:

1. Jeb Bush was his political mentor:
2. Rubio is one of the GOP's most promising politicians who also happens to be young:
3. He has struggled to find his footing on immigration:
4. He'll likely make foreign policy a central issue of his campaign:
5. He speaks the language of younger voters:

Apr 13 03:54

Emails reveal US officials undermining Blackwater case

The FBI agents have found out that senior officials in the US Justice Department intentionally attempted to undermine the case of Blackwater security guards’ fatal shooting of Iraqi civilians in 2007, internal emails revealed.

The FBI has planned to charge the American contractors with crimes, including weapons charges, manslaughter and attempted manslaughter that could send them to prison for the rest of their lives.

Several emails, obtained by the New York Times, however, revealed that the department’s senior officials were against the move and sought to drop some of the charges in an effort to lighten the sentences.

In September 2007, Blackwater security guards opened fire on unarmed Iraqi people near a bustling traffic circle with machine guns and grenade into Baghdad’s crowded Nisour Square, killing at least 17 people and wounding several others.

Apr 13 03:25

Iran Deal’s June 30 Deadline Might Slip Amid Framework Disputes

The nuclear negotiations between world powers and Iran may need to be extended for a third time because the chances of reaching a final agreement by the June 30 deadline seem increasingly remote.

(* http://image.almanar.com.lb/english/edimg/2011/MiddleEast/Zionist/neta... )

Apr 13 03:10

Final phase of jury selection to begin in Colorado theater shooting trial

Prosecutors and defense attorneys will whittle 115 remaining candidates down to 12 jurors and 12 alternates serve in the months-long trial of James Holmes. Opening statements are scheduled for April 27.

Holmes is charged with killing 12 people and injuring 70 others in the July 20, 2012 attack on a Denver-area movie theater. His defense attorneys don't dispute that he pulled the trigger but say he was in the grips of a psychotic episode when he slipped into the theater and opened fire while dressed from head to toe in combat gear.

Prosecutors say Holmes was sane

Apr 13 02:29

Hillary Clinton's Israel policy

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"Protecting Israel’s future is not simply a question of policy for me, it’s personal. I’ve talked with some of you I’ve know for a while about the first trip Bill and I took to Israel so many years ago, shortly after our daughter was born.

"And I have seen the great accomplishments," Clinton added; "the pride of the desert blooming and the start-ups springing up. I’ve held hands with the victims of terrorism in their hospital rooms, visited a bombed-out pizzeria in Jerusalem, walked along the fence near Gilo. And I know with all my heart how important it is that our relationship go from strength to strength."

(*Oh Christ!)

Apr 12 23:15

Poets’ Talk: “Why Is This World So Sad?” And, “The Armor of God”

GC: Why is this world so sad? Do you have a religious answer? A faith-based answer?

CO: Life is suffering, and the ancient story of John the Baptist and Herod belongs to modern history…. Our “Herod” (POTUS) stands militarily above all other nations, and only Russia seems to stop the U.S. from cutting off (bombing) any head(s) our Controllers desire.

They intimidate the Vatican, and instead of “putting on the armor of God,” (St. Paul), the Roman Catholic Church often acquiesces, and by the “sin of omission,” helps hasten the making of a Rich Man & Lazarus world, an inevitable War of Civilizations.

At any rate, how will that “Ole Time Religion” square with this basically unimaginable world towards which we are racing?

Apr 12 12:44

The New “Water Barons”: Wall Street Mega-Banks are Buying up the World’s Water

A disturbing trend in the water sector is accelerating worldwide. The new “water barons” — the Wall Street banks and elitist multibillionaires — are buying up water all over the world at unprecedented pace. Familiar mega-banks and investing powerhouses such as Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, Macquarie Bank, Barclays Bank, the Blackstone Group, Allianz, and HSBC Bank, among others, are consolidating their control over water. Wealthy tycoons such as T. Boone Pickens, former President George H.W. Bush and his family, Hong Kong’s Li Ka-shing, Philippines’ Manuel V. Pangilinan and other Filipino billionaires, and others are also buying thousands of acres of land with aquifers, lakes, water rights, water utilities, and shares in water engineering and technology companies all over the world.

Apr 12 12:18

U.S. has Military Bases in at least 38 Countries and Sent Weapons to 94 Countries in Last 5 Years

The old recruiting slogan was “Join the Navy and See the World.” Those advertisements were prescient; the U.S. military has a presence of some kind in 171 nations and jurisdictions in addition to the United States and its possessions. Many times the presence is one officer as a military attaché or similar post or even a military dependent. But some countries host significant numbers of members of the U.S. armed forces.

Apr 12 08:48

Anti-vaccination parents face $15,000 welfare hit under ‘No Jab’ reforms

PARENTS who refuse to vaccinate their kids will be denied up to $15,000 a year in childcare rebates and welfare under tough new rules won byThe Sunday Telegraph.

Our No Jab, No Play campaign has scored a stunning victory, with bipartisan support for the ‘‘conscientious ­objector’’ loophole to be completely closed to protect all children.

Prime Minister Tony ­Abbott and Social Services Minister Scott Morrison will today announce the historic reforms, which mean parents who fail to immunise their children will no longer be paid the $200-a-week childcare benefit, the $7500-a-year childcare rebate or the $726 Family Tax Benefit A annual supplement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Back in 1976, the US Government mandated vaccinations for the swine flu,. then had to call them off when the vaccine killed fifty times as many people as the flu itself. Today the big push is for measles vaccination because of the measles epidemic which oddly enough seems to hit the children who have actually had the vaccine. So far, the US Vaccine Court has acknowledged more than 100 deaths caused by the measles vaccine, while nobody in the US has died of measles itself in the last ten years!

Are you SURE you want to let politicians decide what medications you must take while they pocket huge campaign contributions from the makers of those dangerous products?

Apr 12 08:03

Chicago Commuter Rail gets $3M Federal grant to ease congestion

This grant was announced by Dan Lipinski and Mike Quigley, U.S. Reps along with Dick Durbin, U.S. Sen. on Friday.

The grant will help the Illinois Department of Transportation in developing a plan for the improvement of efficiency of these commuter rail lines.

(*The grant comes suspiciously soon after the suspicious Rahm Emanuel win over challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia , for Chicago's Mayoral Position)

Apr 12 07:36

Turkey disappointed with Pope

Turkey disappointed with Pope's Armenian 'genocide' remarks

(*How did it come to this ?)

Apr 12 07:20

Islamic State group destroys ancient ruins of Nimrud

Islamic State militants hammered, bulldozed and ultimately blew up parts of the ancient Iraqi Assyrian city of Nimrud, destroying a site dating back to the 13th century BC, an online militant video purportedly shows.

The destruction at Nimrud, located near the militant-held city of Mosul, follows other attacks on antiquity carried out by the group now holding a third of Iraq and neighbouring Syria in its self-declared caliphate.

(*Video>>> well produced Video>>>
ISIS FILMS INC.
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Apr 12 06:57

Obama: Netanyahu has not offered alternative to Iran deal

US president criticizes prime minister for opposing deal without providing an alternative that 'makes it less likely for Iran to get a nuclear weapon'.

"The Prime Minister of Israel is deeply opposed to it, I think he’s made that very clear. I have repeatedly asked - what is the alternative that you present that you think makes it less likely for Iran to get a nuclear weapon? And I have yet to obtain a good answer on that that."
Barack Obama

Apr 12 06:47

Saudi Foreign Minister Says His Country ‘Not at War with Iran’

Yemen intervention aimed at protecting ‘the legitimacy of the state’

Apr 12 05:41

The Decline and Fall of Post War Liberalism and the Rise of the Right

(Reprint: The Reagan Legacy)

(*CUT straight to the brilliant comment after the article)

Apr 12 04:18

Big Banks Require Tellers To Use Predatory Practices

Front-line workers at our nation's big banks — tellers, loan interviewers and customer service representatives — are required by their employers to exploit customers, according to a revealing report out today from the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD). Big banks have internal systems of penalties and rewards that entice employees to push subprime loans and credit cards on customers who would be better off without them.

CPD's report outlines several illegal predatory practices big banks have been caught employing, usually via their front-line workers:
-Blatantly discriminatory lending:
-Manipulating payment processing to maximize overdraft charges:
-Forcing sale of unneeded products:
-Manipulative sales quotas:
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As the report concludes, "Our nation’s big banks are committed to a model that jeopardizes our communities and prevents bank employees from having a voice in their workplace."

Apr 12 02:48

Mark Wahlberg's plan for Boston film too soon?

Two words: too soon.

“The trial has served as almost a movie of the events itself, making the concurrent announcement of a fictionalised portrayal feel unnecessary and inappropriate,”

(*It's never going to be too soon to work this http://whatreallyhappened.com/IMAGES/tsarnaevreasonabledoubt.jpg into a mainstream film ! )

Apr 12 02:19

Turkish Kurds hope for lasting peace with state forces

Recent negotiations for peace between the Kurdish armed group PKK and the Turkish state have given hope, but the peace is now threatened by Islamic State militants.

(*"nudge nudge , wink wink !"
whitehorse souce)

Apr 12 01:45

Iran cannot be trusted, Netanyahu warns

"To my regret, all of the things I warned about vis-a-vis the framework agreement that was put together in Lausanne are coming true before our eyes," Netanyahu said.

"This framework gives the leading terrorist state in the world a certain path to nuclear bombs," he warned.

"How can such a country be trusted?"

The emerging deal, which is to be finalised by June 30, would leave Iran with "significant nuclear capabilities," he said.

"It is not dismantling them, it is preserving them. We also see that the inspection is not serious... As of now, there is no monitoring," he said.

"We see that the sanctions are being lifted, immediately, according to Iran's demand, and this is without Iran having changed its policy of aggression everywhere."

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Apr 11 12:59

Meet The Secretive Group That Runs The World

Over the centuries there have been many stories, some based on loose facts, others based on hearsay, conjecture, speculation and outright lies, about groups of people who "control the world." Some of these are partially accurate, others are wildly hyperbolic, but when it comes to the historic record, nothing comes closer to the stereotypical, secretive group determining the fate of over 7 billion people, than the Bank of International Settlements, which hides in such plain sight, that few have ever paid much attention.

Apr 11 07:13

Abbott government to announce anti-vaccination parents will lose benefits

Parents who do not vaccinate their children will lose welfare payments of up to $2100 per child under a federal government policy set to be announced before the May budget.

Under changes that could save more than $50 million a year, Social Services Minister Scott Morrison is preparing to scrap a "conscientious objection" provision which allows anti-vaccination parents to still claim welfare benefits including childcare assistance and Family Tax Benefit A.

Apr 11 07:12

From Obama Birthers to Anti-Immigration Activists: Who the Government Turned to for Bill C-51 Support During Committee Hearings

One of the most striking aspects of the hearings was how difficult it was for the government to find expert supporters of the bill. There were certainly some – police associations, Robert Morrison, Peter Neumann, Garth Davies, Christian Leuprecht among them – but the line-up of supporting organizations also included:

Apr 11 07:11

Three disastrous privacy consequences of Bill C-51

With the government already serving notice that it will limit debate, the hopes for a non-partisan, in-depth analysis of the anti-terrorism legislation may have already been dashed. This is an incredibly troubling development since the proposed legislation has all the hallmarks of being pulled together quickly with limited analysis.

Yet both the Conservatives and Liberals seem content to stick to breezy talking points rather than genuinely work toward a bill that provides Canadians with better safeguards against security threats while also preserving privacy and instituting effective oversight.

Apr 11 07:11

Website calling for corporate tax increases deemed unfit by Alberta election laws

In a press release the Alberta Federation of Labour wrote that the campaign website gave Albertans the opportunity to "explore the various ways in which the provincial government has destroyed the revenue system, and given away billions of dollars to big corporations and to very wealthy individuals."

Or at least, that's what the website was intended to do, before it was shut down.

Since the election was officially announced on Tuesday, April 7, the website has been deemed to be in violation of the Election Finances and Contributions Disclosure Act (EFCDA), which regulates third-party spending during elections.

The Alberta Federation of Labour, which maintains the website, is not allowed to register as a third-party advertiser under these rules.

Apr 11 07:04

Boston Marathon Bombings’ Guilty Verdict Exposed as a Gross Travesty of Justice

Despite Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleading not guilty to the 30 counts (17 carrying the death penalty) he was charged within a week after the April 15th bombings in 2013, his lead defense attorney Judy Clark several days ago conceded to the jury that her client was guilty in her closing argument. Apparently blaming the dead brother whose due process was denied became Dzhokhar’s only defense strategy. The defense team insisted that he was coerced and bullied by his older brother into committing alleged acts of terrorism. Considering no real solid proof other than photos placing Dzhokhar and older brother Tamerlan both wearing backpacks at the scene of the crime where the two bombs exploded was even presented at the trial, no justice for either the Tsarnaevs nor the many victims can possibly come from this guilty verdict.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When the client pleads not guilty, the lawyer is supposed to follow that instruction. Frankly, the fact that she told the jury her client was guilty should result in her being disbarred and justify an entirely new trial.

Any honest lawyer could get Dzokhar acquitted on the following piece of evidence alone!


Apr 11 06:48

Jeb Bush hires two new foreign policy advisers

Bush has tapped Robert S. Karem and John Noonan to join his growing policy shop, according to aides familiar with the hires.

Most recently, Karem was a top policy adviser to House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.). He also worked for former vice president Dick Cheney as a researcher on his memoir and as a member of his national security staff.

Noonan is leaving his role as spokesman for the House Armed Services Committee, and once advised Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign on defense policy.

Apr 11 06:44

Even the Clintons call law enforcement ‘pigs’

n her new book, "The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House," Kate Brower shares stories from over 100 White House insiders who worked closely with America's first families over the past bunch of decades, and boy did she come up with some doozies. Among them - a story about how Chelsea Clinton was caught calling a Secret Service agent a 'pig' and how she used as an excuse the fact that her mother and father called them pigs, too.

Apr 11 06:39

Long arm of the law closing in on Hillary!

Thursday, my organization, Freedom Watch, went where no congressional committee had the guts to go before: We took real action to get a federal court to immediately seize the hard drives of Hillary Clinton’s private email server. (See freedomwatchusa.org.)

I asked the court to appoint a forensic expert to inspect and recreate the missing email evidence from Clintons’ tenure as secretary of state. We did this without any of the power or funding of Congress and without the years of delay on Capitol Hill. Forget about Trey Gowdy and the Government Oversight and Reform Committee. Unlike Gowdy, who has accomplished little to nothing and indeed dithered as Hillary was busy destroying evidence, we are not pursuing Hillary for show, but to uncover her illegal dough!

Apr 11 06:35

The U.S. Coast Guard is the tyrant of the sea

Being the investigative type that I am, I already had background information about the U.S. coast guard sinking every boat that approached Ecuador, sight unseen. That's right, the U.S. Coast Guard put up a blockade off the coast of Ecuador, and sank every boat that approached that nation (this was going on a few years ago and was still going on when I talked to Nicholas).

The Coast guard also has been assigned to patrol the coasts of many other nations, invited or not. But when I spoke to Nicholas, I had only heard about the Coast Guard actually getting nasty with Ecuador. As it turned out, Ecuador was NOTHING compared to what the Coast Guard does elsewhere.

Apr 11 06:30

First Hologram Protest in History Held Against Spain’s Gag Law

Spanish citizens held the first hologram protest in history in order to protest without violating the new draconian guidelines of the National Security Act, the new amendments to the Penal Code and the Anti-terror law.

Apr 11 06:14

FBI probing videotaped beating by San Bernardino deputies

Ten San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies were placed on $~$~$~paid~$~$~$ administrative leave Friday after TV news video showed them beating and kicking a suspect.

Apr 11 06:12

Anti-EU Forum Athens

Call for an International Forum (Athens 26-28/6/2015) and the establishment of a European Co-ordination of Left political parties, popular organisations and social movements fighting for exit from the European Union, the euro and NATO.

?n all European Union (EU) countries and especially those belonging to the Eurozone, vicious anti-popular policies are pursued relentlessly by the EU and its member governments: massive cuts in social spending and wages, increasing taxation for the working people and decreasing that for the rich, shameless subsidies to large corporations supposedly to create jobs that never materialize or are short-lived, privatizations and dismantling of public services and social security. The result is an exponential increase in poverty, social inequality, mass unemployment and lack of job security.

Apr 11 06:00

Egypt court sentences U.S.-Egyptian citizen to life in prison

An Egyptian criminal court sentenced a dual U.S.-Egyptian citizen on a monthslong hunger strike to life in prison Saturday on charges of financing an anti-government sit-in and spreading false news.
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The court also upheld death sentences for 14 people
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None of the defendants were present in the courtroom as Judge Mohammed Nagi Shehata read out his ruling. Shehata has developed a reputation for harsh sentences against perceived government critics.
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In a statement after Soltan's sentencing, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo said it remained "gravely concerned" about him and the outcome of his case.

"We will continue to monitor his case closely and to provide him with all possible support," the embassy said. "His health and well-being remain of particular concern and remain a top priority to us."

Apr 11 05:53

GE to sell bulk of finance unit, return up to $90 billion to investors

The company on Friday outlined a restructuring plan that includes buying back up to $50 billion of its shares, selling about $30 billion in real estate assets over the next two years and divesting more GE Capital operations. GE stock jumped 8.5 percent.

"The stock has been under-owned by institutional investors, and that's going to change now."

(*P.U.)

Apr 11 05:45

Hillary to Launch Campaign This Weekend With ‘Insane’ Fundraising Push

After the announcement comes the deluge.

(*She's Committed
to driving us to drink !)

Apr 10 17:58

Eighth Grader Charged With Felony Cybercrime For Changing Teacher’s Desktop Wallpaper

A middle school student who said he was just trying to play a prank on a teacher he didn't like was charged with a cybercrime Wednesday after authorities said he hacked into his school's secure computer network. The Pasco County Sheriff's Office has charged Domanik Green, an eighth-grader at Paul R. Smith Middle School, with an offense against a computer system and unauthorized access, a felony. Sheriff Chris Nocco said Thursday that Green logged onto the school's network on March 31 using an administrative-level password without permission. He then changed the background image on a teacher's computer to one showing two men kissing.

Apr 10 15:48

TENNESSEE v. GARNER, 471 U.S. 1 (1985)

U.S. Supreme Court
TENNESSEE v. GARNER, 471 U.S. 1 (1985)
471 U.S. 1

TENNESSEE v. GARNER ET AL.
APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT

No. 83-1035.

Argued October 30, 1984
Decided March 27, 1985 *

Held:

The Tennessee statute is unconstitutional insofar as it authorizes the use of deadly force against, as in this case, an apparently unarmed, nondangerous fleeing suspect; such force may not be used unless necessary to prevent the escape and the officer has probable cause to believe that the suspect poses a significant threat of death or serious physical injury to the officer or others. Pp. 7-22. [471 U.S. 1, 2]

A broken tail light and possibly warrants for non-payment of child support are the proximate cause for the man's death in South Carolina. I don't think it meets Tennessee v.Garner. The cop is in big trouble and all due to that video.

Apr 10 11:48

Department of Defense Blocks Millions of Computers From Viewing Alternative News

What began as a rumor that the military brass was ordering soldiers not to view news about the whistle blower revelations that the NSA is spying on all Americans has swelled into a confirmed military-wide censorship campaign using a high-tech computer filtering system.

The US News and World Report is reporting that the DoD is blocking access to all articles related to the NSA scandal from all DoD computers. The filter reportedly effects millions of computers and potentially thousands of alternative news and civil liberties websites.

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Moi?!?

Apr 10 11:44

US lawmakers assembling secret ‘encyclopedia of spying’

In an effort to keep track of the US government’s sprawling spy efforts, a Senate oversight committee has been compiling a ‘secret encyclopedia’ of surveillance programs ever since the 2013 Snowden revelations.

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Weren't they supposed to already know?!?

Apr 10 10:27

The DONMEH part 2: House of Saud Connections

An Iraqi Mukhabarat (General Military Intelligence Directorate) Top Secret report, “The Emergence of Wahhabism and its Historical Roots,” dated September 2002 and released on March 13, 2008, by the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency in translated English form, points to the Dönmeh roots of the founder of the Saudi Wahhabi sect of Islam, Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab.

Apr 10 10:26

The Dönmeh: The Middle East’s Most Whispered Secret (Part I)

Israel has always been reluctant to describe the Turkish massacre of the Armenians by the Turks in 1915 as “genocide.” It has always been believed that the reason for Israel’s reticence was not to upset Israel’s close military and diplomatic ties with Turkey. However, more evidence is being uncovered that the Armenian genocide was largely the work of the Dönmeh leadership of the Young Turks. Historians like Ahmed Refik, who served as an intelligence officer in the Ottoman army, averred that it was the aim of the Young Turks to destroy the Armenians, who were mostly Christian. The Young Turks, under Ataturk’s direction, also expelled Greek Christians from Turkish cities and attempted to commit a smaller-scale genocide of the Assyrians, who were also mainly Christian.

Apr 10 09:14

BALTIMORE PD HAS DEPLOYED STINGRAY DEVICES OVER 4,300 TIMES, INSTRUCTED BY FBI TO WITHHOLD INFO FROM COURTS

As the AP notes, the number of deployments admitted to here is the largest ever made public. This doesn't necessarily mean the rate of usage (more than once a day, on average) is out of the ordinary, however. Thanks to the very restrictive non-disclosure agreement the FBI forces law enforcement agencies to sign (while falsely claiming "the FCC made us do it!"), information on cell tower spoofers has very rarely been disclosed.

Apr 10 08:48

False flag fatigue

So, the young Chechen boy is convicted on all counts without ever being allowed to say a word in his own defense. We're not even sure it was him in that courtroom, but we are sure he did not do what they said he did; he was merely a scarecrow in the polluted garden of demonic fantasy by which the American government seeks to script the lives of everyone in the world according to its own warped compulsions. You must accept the lie you are told to tell or suffer the consequences, which in the case of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, once a promising student at an ordinary Massachusetts college, is the death penalty times 17, for each of the specious offenses he is accused of committing.

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