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Jul 30 14:44

Washington delivers Eight F-16s Block 52 to Egypt after military package is unfrozen

The United States will deliver eight F-16 fighter jets to Egypt within the next two days, the US embassy in Cairo has said, part of a military package that was unfrozen earlier this year. The statement on Thursday said Washington would deliver four more F-16s to Egypt in the autumn. Despite US lawmakers’ concerns that Egypt is delaying on democratic reforms, Egypt remains one of Washington’s closest military allies in the region.

Jul 30 14:39

US imposes further sanctions on Russia over Crimea, east Ukraine conflict

The United States has imposed further sanctions against Russia over the events in eastern Ukraine and Crimea. Eleven more people and 15 more companies have been put on the sanctions list.

Among the newly included firms are affiliate companies of Russian oil giant Rosneft, as well as several organizations linked to one of the country’s major banks - Vnesheconombank.

Sanctions were also imposed against five Crimean commercial ports located in the towns of Sevastopol, Feodoisa, Kerch, Evpatoria and Yalta, as well as the Kerch ferry service.

The US embassy to Russia said that Washington regards the new sanctions not as an escalation of tensions between the countries but rather as a "routine step" in strengthening current US policy.

Jul 30 14:24

Did Planned Parenthood Just "Hack" Its Own Website As A Publicity Stunt?

On the splash page declaring that the organization was hacked, visitors are asked “Why do you stand with Planned Parenthood” and invited to share their stories on a separate page housed at ppaction.org.

And wouldn’t you know it, that page functions perfectly. No sign of hacking. No sign of intrusion. Just a perfectly functional and secure web page that exists solely to build Planned Parenthood’s mailing list:

Even though ppaction.org redirects to a page saying the site was hacked, the domain still house a perfectly functional URL and page that are being actively used to help build Planned Parenthood’s fundraising list. Coincidentally, this “hacking” happened just days after Planned Parenthood decided to hire a PR firm, SKDKnickerbocker, to help manage its response to the widening baby organ trafficking scandal.

Jul 30 14:21

From Hill-ary To Mountain-ary - How UBS Sent Millions To The Clintons After Saving The Bank In 2009

How many more blind eyes can the press (or "we, the people") turn?

Jul 30 14:17

FLASHBACK JUNE - HSBC Holdings plc To Cut 50,000 Jobs As Deutsche Bank Raided By Police

It has been an odd morning in the banking world. HSBC Holdings plc (ADR) (NYSE:HSBC) announced it would lay off around 50,000 people on the same morning that the Deutsche Bank AG (USA) (NYSE:DB) HQ in Frankfurt was raided by prosecutors looking for evidence. The German bank laid off two people, its co-CEOs Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen, on Sunday.

Jul 30 14:17

Anglo American warns on further pain for commodities

One of the world's largest miners, Anglo American, maintained its interim dividend on Friday despite a deep sell-off in metals hurting its first-half profit, while the group's chief executive warned that there could more pain for the sector to come.



Jul 30 14:17

Anglo American : Posts $3 Billion Loss Amid Plunging Commodity Prices -- Update

Anglo American PLC on Friday reported a $3 billion loss for the first half of 2015 as plunging commodity prices continue to wreak havoc on the bottom lines of miners world-wide.

A one-time charge of $3.5 billion, including $2.9 billion from a write-down in the value of Anglo American's huge Minas-Rio iron-ore project in Brazil, weighed on its results.

Anglo American said last week that it would shave up to $4 billion off the value of its mining assets. Most of the write-down would come from the Minas-Rio project in Brazil, a person familiar with the matter said,

Jul 30 14:16

FLASHBACK MAY - Major U.S. Retailers Are Closing More Than 6,000 Stores

If the U.S. economy really is improving, then why are big U.S. retailers permanently shutting down thousands of stores? The “retail apocalypse” that I have written about so frequently appears to be accelerating.

Jul 30 14:09

The hidden weed killer in your BREAD: Commercial wheat doused with cancer-causing glyphosate herbicide right before harvest... and you're eating it!

Now that the World Health Organization has publicly condemned glyphosate herbicide as "probably carcinogenic to humans," awareness of this insidious chemical's contamination of the human food supply is suddenly exploding among health-conscious consumers.

Most people, however, have no awareness at all that commercial wheat products are saturated with glyphosate before harvest. They think glyphosate is only used on genetically modified crops like corn and soybeans. But it turns out that glyphosate is routinely used as a wheat crop drying chemical to speed up harvesting.



Jul 30 14:06

'Glyphosate is definitely genotoxic,' declares WHO scientist who authored Roundup cancer study

One of the lead scientists who helped conduct the World Health Organization (WHO) study on Monsanto's Roundup herbicide that determined the chemical to be "probably carcinogenic" has now gone on record saying that glyphosate is "definitely genotoxic."

Professor Christopher Portier, speaking at a recent scientific briefing on glyphosate in Westminster, London, told listeners that there's "no doubt" in his mind that glyphosate, the primary active ingredient in Roundup, causes genetic damage that can lead to cellular malfunction and cancer.

Jul 30 14:01

Windows 10 Is Spying On You: Here’s How To Stop It

Windows 10‘s privacy settings very much need to be frowned at. Essentially: unless you pay close attention to the fluffy options offered when you first install Microsoft’s new operating system, it’s going to quietly track your behaviour and use it to fire targeted ads at you, as well as keeping tabs on your location history, data from messages, calendars, contacts and God knows what else. It is a bit scary, despite coming off the back of Microsoft’s own pledge to offer ‘real transparency’. You may or may not be OK with this yourself, but in any event at least some of this stuff can be turned off after the fact.

Jul 30 13:59

Windows 10 Uses Your Bandwidth to Distribute Updates, Disable It Here

Every time Microsoft releases a new version of Windows, its servers get slammed. To help alleviate this burden, Windows 10 can download updates from other users’ computers. The problem is, it can use up your bandwidth and data caps to do so. Here’s how to turn it off.

Jul 30 13:55

Former Greek finance minister Varoufakis facing calls for criminal prosecution

The witch-hunt against former Syriza finance minister Yanis Varoufakis by various right-wing forces has intensified after Greece’s senior state prosecutor, Efterpi Koutzamani, ordered parliament to examine a swathe of complaints against him.

Five separate lawsuits have been brought against Varoufakis. He faces a series of charges that could lead to his imprisonment, including treason and participating in a criminal organisation.



Jul 30 13:52

Fracking could be delayed for up to two years across UK after Lancashire council rejects test drilling

Government plans to roll out fracking across Britain face delays of up to two years following a surprise decision to reject exploration for shale gas in Lancashire.

Ministers are concerned by the implications of the decision by Lancashire County Council last month to reject planning applications from the shale gas company Cuadrilla to drill eight wells at two sites on the Fylde coastal plain.

The Government had been expecting councilors to give their go-ahead to exploratory drilling on sites. But instead they turned down Cuadrilla’s application on the grounds that it would have an unacceptable visual impact and create too much noise.

Cuadrilla has now appealed but that process, regardless of the outcome, is likely to take 16 months.

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Jul 30 13:44

‘Gambling with lives’: Private contractors pick US drone targets, says report

An “insatiable” demand for analysts of drone intelligence is driving the US military to hire private contractors, with 1 in 10 analysts now a civilian, says a new report. Civilian analysts describe their work as “gambling,” with innocent lives at stake.

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ), a UK-based nonprofit, conducted a six-month probe into the US military’s contracting of drone data analysts, using specially designed software to sift through some 8 million transaction records published by the Pentagon between 2009 to 2014. They also interviewed some of the contractors, who asked to remain anonymous.

Jul 30 13:44

Russia and China Plan Military Drills in Sea of Japan

In the latest sign of military cooperation between the two nations, Russia and China will conduct joint naval and air defense drills in the Sea of Japan next month.

Jul 30 13:42

LOS ANGELES PASSES LAW BANNING LARGE-CAPACITY GUN MAGAZINES

The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to ban the possession of large-capacity gun magazines on Tuesday, following San Francisco to become the second major city in California to take that step. The ordinance prohibits Los Angeles residents from possessing a handgun or rifle magazine that fits more than 10 rounds.



Jul 30 13:37

FLORIDA POLICEMEN LAUNDERS $70 MLN IN NOTORIOUS STING OPERATION

Policemen from Bal Harbour Village and Glades County in Florida have laundered as much as $71 million for criminal enterprises over three years of the sting operation, rewarding themselves with a grand fee of about 3 percent of the whole sum, according to Miami Herald. They created a task force entitled Tri-County in 2010 to provide federal authorities with information about criminal groups across the country. Local policemen contributed to the program and confiscated over $30 million of laundered money, but at the same time returned more than $70 million to criminals’ bank accounts, media reports.

Jul 30 13:37

Judge May Jail IRS Head

Jul 30 13:18

THIS GADGET HACKS GM CARS TO LOCATE, UNLOCK, AND START THEM

GM’s Onstar service offers some of the most futuristic features on any connected car, including the ability to locate the vehicle, unlock it, and even start its ignition—all from a smartphone app. But if a hacker like Samy Kamkar has hidden a small, $100 box anywhere on your Onstar-equipped car or truck, those same conveniences could fall into unintended hands.

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Jul 30 13:13

Flashback: Putin scores highest ever poll rating

...the Levada Center estimates that 89% of Russians now approve of Putin, while only 10% disapprove. This supersedes the previous record popularity he enjoyed of 88%, which he first reached in 2008 and then equalled last November.

Jul 30 13:11

Trump Says He Would 'Get Along Very Well' With Putin

"I think I would get along very well with Vladimir Putin. I just think so. People say, 'What do you mean?' I think I would get along well with him," Trump told reporters in Glasgow, Scotland, where he is attending the women's British Open being played at a golf course he owns.

"He hates Obama, Obama hates him. We have unbelievably bad relationships. Hillary Clinton was secretary of state. She was the worst secretary of state in the history of our country. The world blew apart during her reign. Now she wants to be president," Trump added.

Jul 30 13:04

Greek Debt Crisis Update: Tsipras Calls For New Vote Amid Struggle To Unify Syriza Party Divisions

Struggling to unify his splintering Syriza party, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he would not be bullied any further on austerity measures and called for a partywide vote Sunday on whether Greece would be better off without help from European rescue loans. Stuck between a leftist government that wants fewer austerity measures and European lenders that want more, Tsipras said Wednesday that he would not implement additional reforms such as further cuts to the budget or pensions.

Jul 30 13:03

Expert Sees Repeat of Horrors He Predicted: “Next Great Stock Market Crash is Imminent”

The alarm bells of a looming crash have again and again sounded, with a constant stream of reports that show Americans at large have been screwed over again and again, while the same maniacal banksters who took us over the cliff last time up the ante and threaten to topple everything.

As this news repeats, and things remain gloomy for the average person, it remains apparent that few have any real confidence in those in charge, and most are just trying to hang on until the storm passes. The weight of the situation is with the Federal Reserve, who’ve made addicts of financiers, and put the whole system on artificial stimulus medication that is sure to cause suffering when dose is pulled, and sure to kill the patient if the dosage is pushed up any further than it already has been.

Jul 30 13:02

Number on Reunion Island debris corresponds to Boeing 777 component

Boeing investigators are confident that debris found on a remote island in the Indian Ocean comes from a 777 aircraft, according to a source close to the investigation.

An international team of aviation experts is trying to determine if that airplane part comes from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a Boeing 777 that disappeared in March 2014 with 239 people on board.

Jul 30 12:56

Now It's Personal: Koch Brothers "Freeze Out" Donald Trump

"He's not going away," warns one Republican committee member, adding "there are people who think his candidacy is a flash in the pan or a flash in the moment, but I think that underestimates his appeal." As Reuters reports, Trump has surged since suffering a slight downtick in the wake of the McCain furor, rocketing to 24.9% on Tuesday (compared to his closest rival, former Florida governor Jeb Bush, who trails at 12%). With everyone asking 'what can derail this?', perhaps, there is something. As Politico reports, the massively influential Koch brothers are freezing out Donald Trump from their influential political operation - denying him access to their state-of-the-art data and refusing to let him speak to their gatherings of grass-roots activists or major donors.



Jul 30 12:49

Israel Declares War on Palestinian Hunger Strikers

Israel’s hardline Knesset approved legislation authorizing force-feeding Palestinian hunger strikers for justice.

Racist Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan said "(a)longside attempts to boycott and delegitimize Israel, hunger strikes of terrorists in prisons have become a means to threaten Israel."

Cabinet members approved the practice weeks earlier. It’s torture by other means. It causes extreme pain and suffering. A previous article described the procedure as follows:

Jul 30 12:10

All wars paid for through deficit financing, debasing the currency – Ron Paul to RT

Almost all wars have been paid for through inflation, three-time presidential candidate and former Congressman Ron Paul told RT, adding the practice always ends badly as currency becomes debased leading to upward pressure on prices.

Paul was talking to RT’s Watching the Hawks program about his new book ‘Swords into Plowshares,’ which gives insight into a 20th century full of war, killing, and corruption.

“Almost all wars, in a hundred years or so, have been paid for through inflation, that is debasing the currency,” he said, adding that this has been going on “for hundreds, if not thousands of years.”

According to Paul, the practice always ends badly because “the people realize that the money has been debased, and all that does is push up prices.”



Jul 30 11:57

Depression upgraded to Tropical Storm Guillermo; track takes it toward islands

Forecasters are now tracking Tropical Storm Guillermo, which has formed in the tropical Eastern Pacific with a track that takes it toward the Hawaiian Islands.

The National Hurricane Center said at 5 a.m. Thursday, Guillermo was located about 1,980 miles east-southeast of Hilo. It was moving toward the west-northwest at 13 miles per hour.

Forecasters said Guillermo had maximum sustained winds of 45 miles per hour with higher gusts. Some strengthening is forecast, and Guillermo could become a hurricane on Friday.

Jul 30 11:49

ISIS "Ally" Turkey Seeks NATO Support As Two-Front "War" Escalates

NATO representatives met in Brussels on Tuesday after Turkey made a rare Article 4 request which compels treaty parties to convene in the event a member state is of the opinion that its "territorial integrity, political independence or security" is being threatened.

That’s the case in Turkey, where the security situation has rapidly deteriorated over the past two weeks following a suicide bombing in Suruc (claimed by Islamic State) and the murder of two Turkish policemen in the town of Ceylanpinar (at the hands of the PKK, which claims the officers were cooperating with ISIS). Ankara responded by launching airstrikes against both Islamic State and PKK.

Jul 30 11:48

Monsanto in Deep Trouble: Another Possible Lawsuit Pending

Thanks to the admitted link between Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide known as Roundup and the development of cancer, another major lawsuit could be coming up against the biotech titan. This would be the second major lawsuit over Monsanto’s Roundup health risk, following awareness campaigns launched by groups like March Against Monsanto and individuals like Anthony Gucciardi.

It was last May when we told you about the California-based lawsuit that alleged Monsanto acted “to conceal the fact that glyphosate is harmful to humans and animals.” The lawsuit was launched by the office of T. Matthew Phillips, and could amount to a serious legal precedent.

Jul 30 11:46

Former State Department official admits secretly recording women

As the topless woman sat on her bed engaging in a sexually explicit video chat with her boyfriend in October 2012, a senior State Department official lurked outside her D.C. home secretly filming the scene through a window, a prosecutor said.

Daniel Rosen, 45, of the District, admitted to taking the 27-minute clip Wednesday as part of a plea deal with D.C. prosecutors. He faces up to 11 years in prison for filming at least 25 women taking showers, changing and sharing the most intimate of moments with partners.

By day, Rosen was a high-powered counterterrorism official, but by night, Assistant U.S. Attorney Lindsay Suttenberg said, Rosen crept around the back alleys of the Mount Pleasant, Adams Morgan and U Street neighborhoods, peering in windows and looking for women to film. He hid his activities under the cover of walking his dog.



Jul 30 11:45

70 diagnosed with Whooping Cough in Reno County

The county has more than 70 suspected whooping cough cases.

The Hutchinson News reports that as of Friday, Reno County had 41 confirmed or probable cases of whooping cough, which accounts for 20 percent of all cases in the state. That was up from 18 on June 29.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Anyone want to bet they had the whooping cough vaccination?

Jul 30 11:44

What Racist Scumbag Put Confederate Flags Around Martin Luther King Jr.'s Church?

Dr. Raphael Warnock received the disturbing news on Thursday morning -- someone had draped four confederate flags around the campus of his church in Atlanta.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another staged provocation to stir up race hate for political gain!

Jul 30 11:42

70% Of Americans See Economy Worsening, Consumer Comfort Collapses By Most In 10 Month

As 70% of Americans see the state of the economy as negative.

Rather amusingly an intriguing 1% of Americans see the state of the economy as 'excellent' - wonder which 1% that is...

Jul 30 11:37

The Federal Reserve Injects Yet Another Dose Of Heroin Into This Market



Jul 30 11:21

UK government whips up anti-immigrant hysteria over Eurotunnel security at Calais

Britain’s Conservative government and the media have responded with undisguised xenophobia to attempts by migrants at the French port of Calais to enter the UK via the Channel Tunnel.

The desperate efforts of migrants to enter Britain led to the death Tuesday night of a Sudanese man who was hit by a truck leaving a cross-channel ferry. A spokesman for Eurotunnel, which runs the Channel crossing, said Wednesday, “Our team found a corpse this morning and the firefighters have confirmed the death of this person.”

Jul 30 11:12

Who Shot Down MH-17? — Paul Craig Roberts

The available evidence convinces me that the Malaysian airliner shot down over Ukraine was a plot hatched in Washington in order to blame Russia, blame which helps Washington’s pressure on Europe for sanctions against Russia.

Jul 30 10:50

Tracking the Lion Killers Back to the Old Oval Office

There are some laws against the warped acts of big game hunters like Palmer, but groups like Safari Club International (SCI) still flourish. And some of the world’s top leaders are members.

Few realize that President George H.W. Bush, former Vice President Dan Quayle and the late Retired Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. were proud members of SCI and pleaded with the Botswana government to keep trophy lion hunts available, for trophy hunters like them. There were reports of lions that Bush and Quayle personally killed in Africa but they remain unconfirmed.

Safari Club International offers a “Bears of the World” award, a kind of National Geographic for the bloodthirsty, in which hunters have to kill four of the world’s eight bear species which include imperiled polar bears. In 2006, SCI defeated an amendment to the Marine Mammal Protection Act in the House of Representatives that would have banned the import of sport-hunted polar bear trophies from Canada.

Jul 30 10:48

Ever Wonder WHY Iran Hates U.S?

Jul 30 10:42

MH370 search: Oceanographer predicted debris would wash up on Réunion island a year ago

An oceanographer in Australia who predicted that debris from MH370 could wash up on the island of Réunion a year ago has said the part found on a beach is “most likely” to be from the missing plane.

Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi’s drew up a “drift map” last year showing how floating matter from the Boeing 777 could be carried as far as Madagascar within 18 months.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If these pieces do turn out to be from MH370, it means that all those surveillance satellites up in orbit are not more effective at funding things than the NSA is at finding real terrorists and criminals (not to mention Lois Lerner's and Hilary Clinton's missing emails)!

Jul 30 10:23

Cold front brings rare July snow to three U.S. states

On Monday, an intense cold front that some forecasters are calling 'exceptional' descended on the northern Rockies, bringing several centimetres of snow to Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.

Jul 30 10:22

Summer snow? Powder blankets parts of Wyoming

A cold front moved through the state earlier this week, dumping rain on areas below 9,000 feet, but it was the area over 9,000 feet that had at most an accumulation of an inch of snow, The Lexington Herald-Leader reported.

Jul 30 10:22

Buffalo Snow Pile Refuses to Melt Eight Months After Snowstorm

The calendar says it’s almost August, but an estimated 12-feet-tall snow pile still lingers in Buffalo, New York from a snow storm eight months ago.

Jul 30 10:22

Buffalo still has a pile of snow in the middle of summer

Situated in an empty railroad station, the now dirt-covered snow was dumped here from South Buffalo after the city received a record six feet of snow in 24 hours brought on by the lake-effect snowstorms that started Nov. 21 last year. The storm shut down major highways and local businesses despite the city being used to large quantities of snow, suggesting this was an especially brutal winter.

Jul 30 10:16

Keep Pollard in Jail

Jul 30 10:11

At least 6 stabbed at Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade

At least six people were stabbed at Jerusalem's annual Gay Pride Parade on Thursday.

One woman was critically wounded, Magen David Adom emergency services reported, adding that two men were moderately wounded, and another two men and a woman suffered light wounds. All the wounded were about 30 years old.

Police confirmed that the suspected stabber is Yishai Shlissel, a Haredi man from Modiin Ilit who stabbed three participants in the 2005 Gay Pride march. He was recently released from prison after serving a 10-year sentence. Shlissel was convicted of attempted murder and aggravated assault and was sentenced to 12 years in prison. In 2007, following an appeal, the Supreme Court mitigated his sentence to 10 years.

Jul 30 10:10

L.A. Gangs’ Hashtag Bet: Kill 100 People in 100 Days

After the death of a Rollin 100 gang member, Los Angeles gangs have issued a challenge to kill 100 people as fast as possible. One of the first victims appears to be a 4-year-old boy.

Under the hashtag #100Days100Nights, users on Instagram and Twitter are issuing a stark warning: Two Los Angeles gangs are betting which one can kill 100 people—in a gang, or innocent—within the next 100 days.

A law enforcement source confirmed the reports exclusively to The Daily Beast on Monday night.

The bet—which follows the death of “KP,” a member of the Rollin 100 gang—was allegedly made last week.

Jul 30 10:09

MH370: Suitcase reportedly found on Reunion Island, close to where plane debris recovered

Remnants of a badly damaged suitcase have reportedly been found close to where plane debris, suspected of being part of missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, has been recovered on Reunion Island.

Journalist Julien Delarue, who works for local paper Journal de L'île de la Réunion, reported on Twitter that what appears to be a suitcase has been found on the Indian Ocean island, less than a day after islanders discovered a two-metre long piece of debris.

The report included photographs of a man holding a badly damaged object that appeared to be a "suitcase on wheels".

Jul 30 10:00

As the world mourned Cecil the lion, five of Kenya’s endangered elephants were slain

While the world mourned Cecil, the 13-year-old lion that was allegedly shot by an American hunter in Zimbabwe, an even more devastating poaching incident was quietly carried out in Kenya.

Jul 30 10:00

New Leak Confirms the Secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership Is a Horrorshow

At a luxury hotel in Maui, representatives from the 12 countries participating in the highly controversial and secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal are negotiating behind closed doors. Thanks to a secret letter from a 2013 meeting, released today by WikiLeaks, we now have a clearer idea of what they’re discussing.

Jul 30 09:04

Average US vehicle age hits record 11.5 years

In the age of Apple's CarPlay, a lot of cars on the road still have tape decks.
The average vehicle in the U.S. is now a record 11.5 years old, according to consulting firm IHS Automotive, a sign of the increased reliability of today's vehicles and the lingering impact of the sharp drop in new car sales during the recession.

Jul 30 09:04

Ferguson Prisoner Beaten by Cops Has Won His Appeal: "The Ferguson cops charged Henry Davis with destruction of property because he bled on their uniforms when they beat him."

Michael Brown’s killing brought to light the horrific case of Henry Davis, who was beaten by Ferguson cops, then charged with bleeding on them. Now he’s finally allowed to sue them.

The Ferguson cops charged Henry Davis with destruction of property because hebled on their uniforms when they beat him.

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Jul 30 08:48

Illegal immigrant ordered freed by feds now suspected of murder in Ohio

An illegal immigrant suspected of murdering one woman, wounding another and attempting to rape a 14-year-old girl was released earlier this month by Ohio sheriff's deputies after U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents told them not to hold him, law enforcement officials said Tuesday.

Juan Emmanuel Razo, 35, was arrested Monday after a shootout with police following a crime spree police say began with the attempted rape of a girl in a park in Painesville, about 30 miles northeast of Cleveland. He later shot a woman in front of her children and murdered a 60-year-old woman in nearby Concord Township, according to police. While Razo is being held on $10 million bond, authorities are trying to explain why he was allowed to remain in the U.S. illegally after local authorities questioned him just three weeks ago.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So tell me again why Donald Trump was somehow wrong for mentioning the illegal immigrant crime issue!

Jul 30 08:47

Armed US Soldiers Arrested in Vienna Airport on Their Way to Ukraine

A few days ago, a group of American soldiers caused a security alert at Vienna’s Schwechat airport. The men were stopped while trying to travel with army weapons to Ukraine without any necessary permits, the newspaper wrote.

Jul 30 08:45

LETTERS: Man-made global warming hardly settled science

Regarding Doug Nusbaum's letter ("GOP on climate change," July 11 Review-Journal) and the general argument that those against anthropogenic (man-made) global warming are anti-science: Contrary to the accusation that we do not understand statistics, upper-division physics or partial differential equations, many of us do.

I am a scientist who has studied the current AGW issue extensively. Here is what I have found: First, it is not true that 97 percent of all scientists subscribe to the AGW mantra. Further, not even 97 percent of climatologists subscribe to this idea. Assertions in this regard are patently false.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Human-caused global warming was never science; it was politics! Back in the 1990s, when the Earth was actually warming, politicians did what they always do, which is to take something that happens naturally, declare it a crisis, blame it on people, then offer to sell us a solution in exchange for money and obedience.

And by the way, we had snow here in Hawaii last July 17th!

Jul 30 08:42

CDC Scientist: ‘We scheduled meeting to destroy vaccine-autism study documents’

A current Centers for Disease Control (CDC) senior scientist has made an unprecedented admission: he and his colleagues–he says– committed scientific misconduct to cover up a meaningful link between vaccines and autism in black boys.

Just as startling, the CDC scientist, Dr. William Thompson, says the study co-authors “scheduled a meeting to destroy documents related to the study. The remaining four co-authors all met and brought a big garbage can into the meeting room, and reviewed and went through all the hardcopy documents that we had thought we should discard, and put them into a huge garbage can.”

Jul 30 08:41

#BlackLivesMatter murals of Sandra Bland defaced with racial slurs

A mural painted as a memorial to activist Sandra Bland after her death in police custody was defaced with the slogan “All lives matter.” The tribute replaced a previous mural that read “Black lives matter,” which was vandalized with the same slogan.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I agree, all lives matter, not just the black ones and not just the white ones.

Jul 30 08:40

Noam Chomsky: 'What Exactly Is the Threat of Iran?' - Video

Interviewed by Antonio Mora on Al-Jazeera America about the Iran deal, Noam Chomsky asks, "The real question is: Why is the [Iran] deal being pursued?”

Jul 30 08:40

POLLARD SOON COMING TO A THEATRE NEAR YOU

According to the web site Deadline Hollywood, a movie production company affiliated with Fox is developing a feature film whose plot will be based on the events leading up to the arrest and incarceration of the former US Navy analyst who passed sensitive information to Israel.

Pollard, who has spent 30 years in jail, is due to be released in November as per the decision of a federal parole board.

The movie will be produced by The Jackal Group, and it will be based on a play by Martin Blank titled The Law of Return. Gail Berman will co-produce the film along with Rory Koslow.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No doubt Hollywood will attempt to make Pollard look like a poor innocent victim of US anti-Semtitic-jew-hate-Hitler-lovers or some such silliness. I certainly won't be bothering with this film, although it will be useful to remind the world that Hollywood serves a particular political point of view!

Jul 30 08:31

BILL ALLOWS GOVERNMENT TO REVOKE AMERICANS’ PASSPORTS WITHOUT CHARGES OR TRIAL

A bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives would allow the government to restrict Americans’ travel through the revocation of passports based upon mere suspicions of unscrupulous activity. This bill represents another dangerous step forward in the war on terror and the disintegration of American due process. H.R. 237, the “FTO (Foreign Terrorist Organization) Passport Revocation Act of 2015,” will allow the U.S. Secretary of State the unchecked authority to prohibit individuals from traveling internationally. According to the bill, the Secretary may unilaterally revoke (or refuse to issue) a passport from “any individual whom the Secretary has determined has aided, assisted, abetted, or otherwise helped an organization the Secretary has designated as a foreign terrorist organization pursuant to section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1189).”

Jul 30 08:29

CYBER BILL GIVES COMPANIES PERFECT COVER TO GUT YOUR PRIVACY

Following several high-profile data breaches — such as those at Sony and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management — Congress is once again feeling the pressure to push “cybersecurity” legislation. The problem is, the bill they’re laser-focused on is misguided, wouldn’t protect us — and is a huge gift to companies wanting legal cover if and when they choose to violate Americans’ privacy rights.

Jul 30 08:21

Diplomat warns: U.S. Jews aren't united behind Israel on Iran deal

Israel’s consul general in Philadelphia, Yaron Sideman, warned Jerusalem this week that the American Jewish community is divided over the nuclear agreement with Iran, and does not stand united behind Israel in the controversy.

Jul 30 08:20

The Energy Layoffs Resume: Shell Fires 6,500, Whiting Cuts 2015 Budget 2 Weeks After Raising It

Yesterday it was US and Italian energy giants Chevron and Saipem which announced a total of over 10,000 new job cuts in the aftermath of oil sliding back under $50 and resuming its downward trend. This is how we framed it: "in Q2, after the price of oil staged a substantial rebound of about 50% from the year to date lows in the $40's, energy-related layoffs trickled to a halt as corporations hoped the worst is behind them, and as a result would merely bide their time before redeploying their workforce toward exploration and production. Alas, this was not meant to be, and as the events of the last month have shown, oil has resumed its downward slide. And, as expected, so have layoffs."

Jul 30 08:18

'Law & Order' director Jace Alexander facing child porn charges

Actor and director Jason "Jace" Alexander, 51, was charged Wednesday by Westchester County Police with possessing and promoting child pornography.

An investigation by the Westchester County District Attorney's Office linked Alexander to child pornography stored on his computer through a corresponding IP (internet protocol) address. A search through his computer files at home showed a wealth of digital content featuring children under 16 engaged in pornography.

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Jul 30 08:13

Is (almost) All of the German Gold Lost?

In an extremely revealing interview Peter Boehringer a German gold expert and head of the German gold repatriation movement talks about the current state of the German gold reserves. His evidence seems to suggest that it is possible that all/but 77 tons of the 3384 tons of German gold is lost.

Jul 30 08:08

FLASHBACK - THE LIE OF THE (LAST) CENTURY

It is inescapable historical reality that leaders of nations will lie to their people to trick them into wars they otherwise would have refused. It is not "conspiracy theory" to suggest that leaders of nations lie to trick their people into wars. It is undeniable fact.

This brings us to the present case.

Did the government of the United States lie to the American people, more to the point, did President Bush and his Neocon associates lie to Congress, to initiate a war of conquest in Iraq?

This question has been given currency by a memo leaked from inside the British Government which clearly indicates a decision to go to war followed by the "fixing" of information around that policy. This is, as they say, a smoking gun.

But the fact is that long before this memo surfaced, it had become obvious that the US Government, aided by that of Great Britain, was lying to create the public support for a war in Iraq.

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Before we all start listening to Israel's whores scream about Iran's nuclear weapons, we should remember these same people told us Iraq had nuclear weapons, and even tortured innocent Iraqis to death to "find" them, even though it turned out they had never existed.

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Jul 30 07:59

WHY IT DOESN'T MATTER IF IRAN HAS A NUCLEAR BOMB

Even if they were pursuing a nuclear weapon (which nobody can prove they are) and even if Iran had long range missiles to strike at America (which they definitely do not) Iran is not going to carry out an unprovoked attack on the United States with a nuclear weapon because any attack with a weapon of mass destruction would be national suicide.

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Jul 30 07:43

Congressional support for Iran deal solidifies– and Cory Booker pushes back against friendship ultimatums

There have been two important developments in the Iran Deal over the last day or so. 1, There’s growing consensus that the deal is going to go through. Even Leon Wieseltier says his opposition is futile. That’s great news. 2, There’s a growing sense inside the Jewish community that opposing the deal contains a huge liability for pro-Israel forces. That they will be exposed and their power reduced, with the potential loss of Democratic progressives.

Jul 30 07:31

Cruz says Iran could set off Electro Magnetic Pulse over east coast, killing 10s of millions

The single greatest threat if Iran acquired even a single nuclear weapon would be that they would place that weapon on a rocket on a ship anywhere up and down the Atlantic and they would fire that rocket straight into the air into the atmosphere and if it got high enough and they could detonate a nuclear war head, it would set off what’s called an Electro Magnetic Pulse, an EMP. An EMP would take down the electrical grid of the entire eastern seaboard.

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Of course, Ted "Born in Canada" Cruz doesn't say WHY Iran, a nation that has not invaded another country in a war of aggression in over 200 years, would do such a stupid thing. And please keep in mind that all these people screaming about the Iranian nuclear threat are the same ones who insisted Iraq had nuclear weapons!

Jul 30 07:29

Why Do So Many Jews Hate Black People?

Dov Lior, a popular chief rabbi in Israel, recently called Obama a Kushi, which is Israel’s equivalent to nig*er. Most Americans are completely unaware of the general contempt that many Jewish people have towards blacks, as Max Blumenthal found out when he interviewed dozens of young people in Israel who reiterated the Rabbi’s sentiments about Obama. Blumenthal’s video titled Feeling the Hate in Israel was removed from YouTube, Vimeo, and the Huffington Post shortly after going viral.

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But you can still see the video HERE!

Jul 30 07:25

U.S. would have ‘no right’ to stop Israel from hitting Iran nuke sites: Christie

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, campaigning for president in New Hampshire, said the U.S. would have “no right” to stop Israel from using military force to destroy Iran’s nuclear program.

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So tell us, Chris, just where do you think the radiation will wind up when Israel; bombs Iran's nuclear power station?

Jul 30 07:15

The Private Sector Is Cashing In On The Pentagon’s ‘Insatiable Demand’ For Drone War Intelligence

Some months ago, an imagery analyst was sitting in his curtained cubicle at Hurlburt Field airbase in Florida watching footage transmitted from a drone above one of the battlefields in the War on Terror. If he thought the images showed someone doing anything suspicious, or holding a weapon, he had to type it in to a chat channel seen by the pilots controlling the drone’s missiles.

Once an observation has been fed in to the chat, he later explained, it’s hard to revise it – it influences the whole mindset of the people with their hands on the triggers.

“As a screener anything you say is going to be interpreted in the most hostile way,” he said, speaking with the careful deliberation of someone used to their words carrying consequences.

Jul 30 07:13

Why Are PDs the Largest Group Attending Int'l Defense Expos?

You probably wouldn't be surprised to learn that the biggest driver of the world economy is war and weaponry. But then why would law enforcement be active buyers at elite International Defense Expos like LAAD (Brazil)? This is where country and military heads go to get big time weapons - guns, bulk ammo, drones, armor, APCs, jets and even rockets. It's Willy Wonka's war store, except the Candyman's gone.

Jul 30 07:06

LOS ANGELES UNION WANTS TO BE EXEMPT FROM $15 MINIMUM WAGE IT FOUGHT FOR

Union officials in Los Angeles are fighting to be excluded from minimum wage rules that they have lobbied to put in place. Los Angeles city council is set to vote on a union-backed clause to its $15-an-hour minimum wage bill that would exempt workers covered by a collective bargaining contract. The debate is expected to start later this week when the council returns from summer recess.

Jul 30 06:54

Critical BIND bug scores PATCH YESTERDAY grading

Gird your loins internet: Attackers now have the ability to disrupt large swathes of the web through a remote denial of service vulnerability found in the most widely used software for DNS servers.

The BIND bug (CVE-2015-5477) patched overnight affects all DNS servers running the software, and can be attacked with ease.

In fact a researcher has already developed an attack capable of knocking servers offline with a single packet.

Internet Systems Consortium Michael McNally, lead investigator for the bug, says there are no workarounds other than to apply a patch. He expects attacks to happen soon.

Jul 30 06:42

Royal Bank of Scotland suffers loss of £153m in 2015 after it forks out £1.3bn in banking scandal fines

Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland has fallen back into the red after taking another £1.3billion hit for banking scandal fines and warned that was not the end of the payouts.

Jul 30 06:27

Like if you agree Jonathan Pollard should stay in Jail

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Jul 30 05:57

What are the ‘blood trails’ on Saturn’s moon? Experts are stumped by mysterious arch-shaped red lines on Tethys' icy surface

Cassini has spotted mysterious red lines, several hundred miles long, scratched across the surface of Saturn's icy moon Tethys.

The unexplained arc-shaped 'blood trails' are among the most unusual colour features on Saturn's moons to be revealed by the probe.

Jul 30 05:55

Debt Slaves: 7 Out Of 10 Americans Believe That Debt ‘Is A Necessity In Their Lives’

Could you live without debt? Most Americans say that they cannot. According to a brand new Pew survey, approximately 7 out of every 10 Americans believe that “debt is a necessity in their lives”, and approximately 8 out of every 10 Americans actually have debt right now.

Jul 30 05:29

Israel accused of killing 75 children during day of 'carnage' and war crimes in Gaza war

Using interviews, video footage, photographs and other evidence the researchers pieced together a timeline of events concluding that the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) “Hannibal Directive” had been enacted.

The controversial military procedure could be the subject of criminal investigation in Israel, where officials admitted it was enacted on the day of Lt Goldin’s disappearance.

Under the directive, Israeli forces can respond to the capture of a soldier with intense firepower which some analysts have claimed aim to kill the soldier rather than let them fall alive into enemy hands.

Mr Luther said the goal was to “foil Lt Goldin’s capture at any cost…seeing entire districts of Rafah, including heavily populated residential areas, bombarded without distinction between civilians and military targets”.

Jul 30 05:26

House of Lords: 20 peers claim £1.6m during past five years – and never speak in debates

Twenty peers who have said almost nothing during House of Lords’ debates have received more than £1.6m in allowances and travel expenses during the past five years, according to a report.

A former head of the Commons’ standards committee said there was an urgent need for reform as the Lords had become “an absurd joke”.

Jul 30 05:18

British Gas owner Centrica cuts 6,000 jobs

Energy firm Centrica has said it will cut 6,000 jobs as it reported a doubling of profits at its British Gas business in the first half of the year.

Jul 30 05:17

Top Gear's Clarkson, Hammond and May making show for Amazon

Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have signed up to present a new show on Amazon's streaming video service.

The trio will front three series of a new motoring programme for Amazon Prime, with the first season to be made available worldwide in 2016.

Jul 30 01:53

pusilanimous madmen at the helm

But we need to unpack the truckload of sophistry that Kagan is peddling. First, it is simply crazy to talk about “Iranian hegemony.” That was part of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rhetoric before the US Congress on March 3 about Iran “gobbling up” nations – and it has now become a neocon-driven litany, but it is no more real just because it gets repeated endlessly.

For instance, take the Iraq case. It has a Shiite-led government not because Iran invaded Iraq, but because the United States did. After the US military ousted Sunni dictator Saddam Hussein, the United States stood up a new government dominated by Shiites who, in turn, sought friendly relations with their co-religionists in Iran, which is entirely understandable and represents no aggression by Iran. Then, after the Islamic State’s dramatic military gains across Iraq last summer, the Iraqi government turned to Iran for military assistance, also no surprise.

Jul 29 20:57

Cop To Vet On Receiving End Of Bogus Raid: Investigating Things Beforehand Just Slows Us Down

The "shoot first, ask for immunity later" mentality of today's law enforcement officers is perfectly highlighted in this story about a US military veteran finding himself on the receiving end of a military-style raid… all because a "helpful" neighbor reported him for being in the "wrong" apartment. (via Amy Alkon) Alex Horton, an Iraq war veteran, was having some work done on his apartment. During the repairs, his landlord put him up in a "model unit." He fell asleep in an apartment otherwise known to be unoccupied. A passing neighbor apparently saw him in the apartment through the cracked door and reported this to the police. What happened next was standard operating procedure -- both for the US military and US law enforcement.

Jul 29 20:40

What’s Left of the American Dream Withers at Record Pace

The current housing boom has Dallas solidly in its grip. As in many cities around the US, prices are soaring, buyers are going nuts, sellers run the show, realtors are laughing all the way to the bank, and the media are having a field day. Nationwide, the median price of existing homes, at $236,400, as the National Association of Realtors sees it, is now 2.7% higher than it was even in July 2006, the insane peak of the crazy housing bubble that blew up with such spectacular results.

Jul 29 20:22

The Failure — and Future — of Democracy In Europe

There’s at least one reason we should be grateful to the Greek people for exposing the European Union’s democratic dysfunction this summer: Their recent referendum showed that majority rule is impossible in a multinational union.

Jul 29 19:49

Windows 10 might be free, but your privacy is priceless

Although free, Windows 10 comes packed with some concerning new ‘features’.

As Windows 10 is launched and downloaded across the globe by early adopters eager to experience the new operating system, a word of caution is needed.

Jul 29 19:15

National Endowment for Democracy found "Undesirable" in Russia- Prosecutors

Russia bans US National Endowment for Democracy as "undesirable"

Russia has moved to ban a prominent US organization from operating in the country under the nation's controversial new "undesirables" law. Critics have slammed the ban as an attempt to limit civil society.

Russian prosecutors declared Tuesday that the US National Endowment for Democracy will be the first "undesirable" foreign group banned under a controversial new law designed to limit the influence of overseas organizations perceived as a threat.

"Taking into account the overall aim of the Endowment's work, prosecutors came to the conclusion that it presents a threat to the constitutional order of Russia, its defense capabilities and state security," the prosecutors said in a statement.

Jul 29 19:05

Jim Carrey Rips Monsanto

During his commencement speech at Maharachi Jim Carrey c Exposes Monsanto, the GMO Giant, who sues farmers if they save any seeds from their crops.

Jul 29 18:57

New Report Finds 'Strong Evidence' of Israeli War Crimes in Gaza

Amnesty International says its new report provides "some of the most compelling evidence yet" that Israel committed war crimes during its attack on Gaza last summer.

'Black Friday': Carnage in Rafah during 2014 Israel/Gaza conflict states that findings indicate that Israeli forces acted in retaliatory manner, with disregard for civilian life, after Lieutenant Hadar Goldin was captured by Hamas fighters, and that the events demand urgent, independent investigation.

"The ferocity of the attack on Rafah shows the extreme measures Israeli forces were prepared to take to prevent the capture alive of one soldier—scores of Palestinian civilian lives were sacrificed for this single aim," said Philip Luther, Director of the Middle East and North Africa Program at Amnesty International.

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"Ooooh, you are just being Jew-hating anti-Semites who want Hitler to come back and gas Jewish babies!!!" -- The perpetual whiners

Jul 29 18:19

South America Is Heading Into A Full-Blown Financial Crisis Which Will Cause Years Of Pain For The Entire Continent.

Most nations in South America are either already experiencing an economic recession or are right on the verge of one.

Jul 29 17:15

Rand Paul: Fraud, Failure, Liar

by Justin Raimondo, July 29, 2015 As the smoke wafted up into the already smoggy Los Angeles air, a group of young libertarians watched as Jayel Aheram burned his “Stand With Rand” t-shirts. He had two of them, a token of his former esteem for the “libertarian-ish” presidential candidate and Senator from Kentucky, whose father had inspired young Jayel to identify as a libertarian and become active in the movement. A former Marine and Iraq war veteran, the now 31-year-old Aheram had phone-banked for Rand, and enthusiastically retweeted the Senator’s pronouncements on Twitter. He had even forked out $35 for those T-shirts – and now they were going up in flames as he and a group of young libertarians sat on the roof of Jayel’s Los Angeles apartment, drinking beer and glumly contemplating what had brought them – all former supporters of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign – to this point. As Charles Davis writes over at MondoWeiss:

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Jul 29 15:49

BREAKING: French Investigators Check Plane Debris on Remote French Island for Clues in MH370 Hunt

Investigators are studying an airplane fragment discovered Wednesday on an island in the Indian Ocean, but they say it is too early to tell whether it might hold a clue to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 last year.

Boeing investigators have looked at photos of the fragment and say that they believe it is from a 777 aircraft, sources told NBC News Wednesday afternoon.

Jul 29 15:31

Windows 10: Here are the privacy issues you should know about

Windows 10 has just arrived and there’s a new Privacy Policy and Service Agreement from Microsoft coming swiftly in its wake.

The new policies take effect on 1 August and there are a few unsettling things nestling in there that you should be thinking about if you’re using the company’s services and software.

The Privacy Statement and Services Agreements combined come to 45 pages. Microsoft’s deputy general counsel, Horacio Gutierrez wrote that they are “straightforward terms and polices that people can clearly understand.” The reality is, you’re probably not going to read them. So I did…

And, like so many other companies, Microsoft has grabbed some very broad powers to collect things you do, say and create while using its software. Your data won’t be staying on your computer, that much is for sure.

Jul 29 15:15

23-yo ISIS supporter arrested by FBI for allegedly planning terror attack

Man from Key West, Florida, was arrested after planning an explosion on local beach.

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Jul 29 15:04

Aurora Shooting Victim Parents Face $200K Court Fees, Bankruptcy, After Failing to Sue Ammo Dealers

In 2014, Sandy and Lonnie Phillips, the mother and stepfather of Aurora Theater Shooting victim Jessica Redfield Ghawi, tried to sue the ammo companies they believe supplied shooter James Holmes with his ammunition, body armor and other items. They bleived that the online retailer BulkAmmo.com had sold Holmes more than 4,000 rounds of ammunition, along with The Sportsman’s Guide, with a 100-round magazine and 700 rounds, BTP Arms for two canisters of tear gas, and Bullet Proof Body Armor. This week, the Judge has finally thrown out their legal suit and the parents are facing nearly a quarter of a million dollars in costs.

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Jul 29 14:40

‘One-way street’: US urged to buy more British weapons

Britain’s arms trade with the United States is a “one-way street,” Minister of State for Defence Procurement Philip Dunne has said, urging the US to buy more UK-built weapons.

Dunne told reporters during his first visit to the US since the general election there was a trade imbalance between the two nations.

Jul 29 14:25

Windows 10: A SYSADMIN speaks his brains – and says MEH

When Windows 7 came out there were a few complaints (give me back my up arrow, damn it!) but for the most part there was relief. At long last, here was salvation from Vista and a path forward from XP.

There's none of that with Windows 10. It's good enough to use if you have to. It's definitely a step up from Windows 8. But if you have Windows 7 there's no sane reason to move to Windows 10 as, ultimately, Windows 7 is still better.

Jul 29 14:21

HRW calls Saudi airstrike in Yemen’s Ta’izz prov. “apparent war crime”

Human Rights Watch says a recent Saudi airstrike on the Yemeni town of Mukha that left scores of civilians dead appears to be a war crime.

The rights organization said there was no evident military target at the site of the airstrike. The HRW said Riyadh has so far failed to look into alleged breaches of the rules of engagement. It said the failure of Saudi Arabia to investigate unlawful airstrikes in Yemen demonstrates the need for the United Nations Human Rights Council to create a commission of inquiry to investigate allegations of violations by Riyadh. The rights group said 65 civilians including 10 children were killed in the air raid on Ta’izz province on Friday. But some sources put the death toll at more than 140 civilians. Saudi Arabia has been pounding Yemen since March 26. The onslaught has claimed nearly 49-hundred Yemeni lives, mostly civilians.

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Jul 29 14:04

Blackstone Group : $47,112,977 in Lobbying From 1989 to 2014

Influence Explorer on how rent seeking does pay off when you are connected. No word yet on this story from George W. Bush of Club 2166 of Skull and Bones or Stephen A. Schwartzman of Club 2167 of Skull and Bones.

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