Dec 11 16:21

Inevitable threat? Strasbourg gunman was on terror watch list, had grenades at home

The gunman who shot multiple victims in Strasbourg had previously been convicted and was known to French intelligence as a possible ‘security risk,’ yet managed to slip through the cracks despite tightened security across France.

“The author of these acts, listed as a security threat, had been sought by police,” the regional prefecture said in a statement, identifying the perpetrator as being on its notorious ‘Fiche S’. Yet he has reportedly managed to escape arrest earlier in the day, before carrying out the attack near the Christmas market at around 8 pm on Tuesday evening.

Dec 11 16:19

Guardians of the truth? Some of TIME’s ‘Person(s) of the Year’ choices are perplexing

TIME magazine has chosen a group of journalists it refers to as ‘The Guardians’ as its 2018 most influential ‘Person of the Year’ – but some of the journalists the magazine included for honors have raised a few eyebrows.

The decision to pick journalists for the annual title was perhaps not so surprising in the era of Donald Trump, who is constantly at odds with the media at large, labeling any report he isn’t fond of as “fake news” – but there is a niggling sense that TIME’s decision to put the spotlight on the media as the Guardians of truth is not entirely sincere.

Dec 11 15:00

One vs The World | A Word of Caution - Suspicious0bservers

History is being repeated on a massive, multi-headed, unfathomably arrogance scale. As an unintelligent athlete once poignantly put it- "get your popcorn ready". The universe is a snitch.

Dec 11 12:23

Huawei Scandal: Who Else Has Been Arrested at the US' Request?

Huawei Technologies’ chief financial officer, Wanzhou Meng, was arrested in Vancouver on 1 December at the request of the US government, which accuses the Chinese tech giant of violating the American sanctions regime against Iran. Sputnik has recalled other notorious arrests made at the behest of Washington.

Dec 11 12:09

Nikki Haley’s swansong at the UN was an embarrassment

The 6 December was the first anniversary of US President Donald Trump’s announcement that he recognised Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and that he would move the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to the holy city. The announcement was cheered by Israel and its supporters for whom international laws and conventions are at best meaningless and at worst an irritant. Trump suggested that this move would help bring peace to the Holy Land. How wrong he was. Anyone but a diehard Zionist would have told him that he was deluded to think this, but nobody in his administration would have done so, because those tasked with developing a peace deal fall into this category.

Dec 11 11:48

Man arrested after leaving Kohl’s job interview — for stealing Christmas gifts on his way out

A Florida man who had just interviewed at a local Kohl's was arrested for reportedly stealing two pairs of shoes on his way out of the store.

Come on, really?
Yes, really.

Authorities arrested Dominick Breedlove, 24, after he reportedly stole two pairs of women's shoes from the store at which he'd just interviewed for a position.
Needless to say, Breedlove didn't get the job.

Breedlove is facing charges for retail theft, according to WFTS-TV. He reportedly didn't realize that he was being monitored on his way out of the store, as he allegedly sought out shoes without any security tags.

He reportedly found what he was looking for, but exited the building before carrying out his master plan. Breedlove reportedly went to his car and grabbed an empty Kohl's shopping bag and re-entered the store.

Dec 11 11:47

The Revolt of the “Yellow Vests”

For decades now, working people, tax payers and retirees have been battered by the Green elites who shelter in well-paid tax havens like the UN and Greenpeace.

These Green elites have been supported by fellow travellers like the Clintons, Obama and Hollywood in America; Merkel in Germany; David Cameron, Prince Charles, David Attenborough and the BBC in UK; Macron in France; Gillard, Turnbull, Flannery and the ABC in Australia; the Trudeau dynasty in Canada; plus ranks of pious clerics, scheming oil sheiks, green energy speculators and guilt-stricken big business executives.


Dec 11 11:46

WaPo creates new 'Bottomless Pinocchio' rating inspired by President Trump's 'challenge'

The Washington Post has created a new dishonesty rating which it claims was inspired by President Donald Trump.

It's called "the Bottomless Pinocchio."

The Post's fact-checking team, led by Glenn Kessler, uses the Pinocchio test to rate the veracity of politicians' statements. Previously, the test was based on a scale of one to four, with one Pinocchio meaning there's "some shading of the facts" and four meaning it's a "whopper." Truthful comments are awarded the "Geppetto Checkmark."

"Trump's willingness to constantly repeat false claims has posed a unique challenge to fact-checkers," Kessler wrote in a Monday column. "Most politicians quickly drop a Four-Pinocchio claim, either out of a duty to be accurate or concern that spreading false information could be politically damaging."
"Not Trump," he added.

Dec 11 11:27

The Next Generation Of “America’s Thought Police” Is Being Birthed On Our College Campuses

Political correctness has become institutionalized, and if you think that the “thought police” are bad now, the truth is that the next generation is going to be even worse. -- If our founders could see what we have become they would be rolling over in their graves, because this is not what they intended.

Dec 11 11:25


Dec 11 11:24

American Credit Card Debt At All-Time Highs As Interest Rates Continue To Rise

Americans are carrying a record amount of credit card debt, according to a new study. The average American family has about $7000 in revolving debt compared to $6081 this time last year. And as interest rates rise, so will those monthly payments to service these debts.

Dec 11 11:20

Same doctors that push SSRI drugs linked to nearly all mass shootings claim all guns should be banned because they cause “violence”

Conventional chemical medicine purveyors are pushing hard for gun control in America, and it’s not a push for safety, despite what they claim. It’s official: “Gunquacks” are now calling for the ban of all guns in America for our own “safety,” while prescribing the very drugs that are linked to nearly every mass shooting over the past twenty years. It’s the ultimate hypocrisy, but emotions run high after every shooting, thanks to the mass media frenzy that’s backed by gun-grabbing Democrats who want a totalitarian, communist-style, nanny police-state-America as soon as possible.

Dec 11 11:16

Truth and Free Speech -- They’re being taken away from us, says Paul Craig Roberts.

Free speech and the ability to speak truth are being shut down. It is happening with the complicity of the print and TV media, the liberal/progressive/left, the US Department of Justice (sic), the law schools and bar associations, Congress, and the federal judiciary.

Dec 11 11:09

School tweaks production of ‘The Sound of Music’ because some people were offended by Nazi props

LaGuardia High School's most recent production of "The Sound of Music" was missing some notable and pertinent props: specifically, Nazi iconography.

"The Sound of Music" follows Austria's Von Trapp family and takes place during the Third Reich. The family is depicted in the production fleeing the Nazi regime.

Wait, what?
An article in the New York Daily News reports that the Nazi imagery sparked a furor among students and parents, so the school opted to tweak the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical to cut some Nazi-related items out.

LaGuardia High School, a public school in New York City, is a school for music, arts, and performing arts.

The night before opening night, principal Lisa Mars demanded that props with Nazi iconography be removed from costumes and set design.

Dec 11 11:00

Drummer for stars including Paul Simon and Diana Ross turned UN musical director faces 20 years in prison for 'embezzling $750,000 from homeless children charity concert to buy his ex-wife a house'

Prosecutors say the former musical director for the United Nations and Arsenio Hall's TV show has been arrested on suspicion of embezzling $750,000 from an overseas charity concert for homeless children.

The U.S. Attorney's office says Monday that Robin DiMaggio could face wire fraud charges. It wasn't known if he has an attorney.

Prosecutors say DiMaggio was wired $750,000 after agreeing to help the Peace for You Peace for Me Foundation to organize a concert in Bulgaria.

Dec 11 10:59

A Crisis in the Making: Know Your Rights or You Will Lose Them

We are approaching critical mass, the point at which all hell breaks loose.

The government is pushing us ever closer to a constitutional crisis.

What makes the outlook so much bleaker is the utter ignorance of the American people—and those who represent them—about their freedoms, history, and how the government is supposed to operate.

As Morris Berman points out in his book Dark Ages America, “70 percent of American adults cannot name their senators or congressmen; more than half don't know the actual number of senators, and nearly a quarter cannot name a single right guaranteed by the First Amendment. Sixty-three percent cannot name the three branches of government. Other studies reveal that uninformed or undecided voters often vote for the candidate whose name and packaging (e.g., logo) are the most powerful; color is apparently a major factor in their decision.”

Dec 11 10:58

Ammon Bundy steps back from the right-wing militia movement he helped to create after clashing with Donald Trump over his treatment of migrants from Central America

Oregon rancher Ammon Bundy has taken a step back from former followers he's calling "warmongers," citing online backlash over comments he made in defense of Central American migrants seeking a better life in the U.S.

What are the details?

Bundy is blasting critics who were offended by a video he posted online last week in which he discussed his views on happenings at the southern border and how travelers in the migrant caravan have been characterized.

The militiaman criticized President Donald Trump's labelling of the migrant group as criminals in its entirety, drawing the ire of Trump supporters who accused Bundy of being a traitor.

Dec 11 10:46

More Censorship by deep state minions the successor to stumbleupon will not post many of the websites here like Govt Slaves and others. Contact them. I like putting everybody's stuff up.

Dec 11 10:40


The father “flipped out” and hit the gunman so hard that he lost consciousness and suffered severe head injury

Dec 11 10:24

Students vehemently oppose Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ name on campus building, demand its removal — but have no idea why

Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips visited a Georgia college campus where a petition is circulating to have Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' name removed from one of its buildings.

Except the majority of the students Phillip spoke with — who were completely opposed to keeping Thomas' name on the building — couldn't seem to form a coherent reason as to why.

Phillips approached several students at the Savannah College of Art and Design and asked them, "There's a petition on campus to remove the name of Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court Justice, from a building here. What's your thought on the petition?"
Phillips then asked the students why they would sign such a petition.

Dec 11 10:21

Mind Blowing Facts learned about our World in 2018 (15 Photos)

Mind Blowing Facts learned about our World in 2018 (15 Photos)

Dec 11 10:19

Hollywood big shot launching group that 'targets anti-LGBTQ candidates.' And he calls them out by name.

Hollywood director and producer Ryan Murphy ("Glee," "American Horror Story," "Pose") said he's launching a "multi-million dollar organization that targets anti-LGBTQ candidates running for office" — and called out his enemies by name during a Los Angeles event last week honoring the Trevor Project, a suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth.

"Why don't we consider ever targeting the people who are causing the problem here?" he asked those gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. "The homophobes, the trans naysayers, and the small, restricted and dangerous minds who are causing so many young people to needlessly hate themselves and doubt themselves in our country, when what they should be receiving from us is love and support and understanding."

Dec 11 09:41

Secret Recording Case: Federal Judge Rules in Favor of James O’Keefe and Project Veritas

A federal judge ruled Monday that Americans have the right to record public officials secretly, including police, who are fulfilling their duties in public, siding with James O’Keefe and Project Veritas.

Dec 11 09:32

Molly Pitcher, Heroine of the Revolutionary War

While the men waged war during America’s fight for independence, there is an urban legend of at least one woman that joined the fighting. Nicknamed Molly Pitcher, this heroine of the Revolutionary War’s Battle of Monmouth was most likely a real person, but her battlefield escapades grew and became more exaggerated until she took on a folklore status. Let us try to peel back the layers of myth to find out who the woman behind the Molly Pitcher legend really was.

Dec 11 09:30

The Breaker Boys of the Past

Specifically hired for their small hands,'breaker boys' were young boys, usually between the ages of 8 and 12 years old, employed to sort out mined coal into relatively uniform sized pieces by hand and separating out impurities such as rock, slate, sulphur, clay and soil.

Dec 11 09:29

Beautiful Vintage RVs and Motorhomes (5 Photos)

Camper Truck, 1918. A custom-built camper truck perfect for picnics and camping. There is a pull-out area for cooking, a screened-in living area with rain blinds, and ample storage on each side of the camper!

Dec 11 09:26

Ivanka Trump under fire for photo of her children exploring the White House Christmas decorations (7 Pics)

A photo taken by Ivanka Trump that was intended to spread some holiday cheer quickly sparked into a controversial debate over her father's administration.
The first daughter posted a montage of photos that show her oldest and youngest children, Arabella and Theodore, exploring the White House's Christmas decorations to both Twitter and Instagram. In one of the photos, Arabella, festively dressed in a red dress, helps her younger brother up the stairs. Another shot shows the youngest Kushner mesmerized by the White House Christmas orchestra.

Dec 11 09:19

Homeless woman arrested after allegedly throwing coffee in doughnut shop owner's face: 'It was so malicious and so barbaric'

A homeless woman who allegedly threw coffee at a doughnut shop owner’s face after she was asked to leave the shop has been arrested.
Stacey Rosen, 51, was wailing and disturbing customers, including a little girl, at Spudnuts in Canoga Park, Calif., on Friday, according to the shop’s owner.

Dec 11 09:19

11-Year-Old Girl Finds Ecstasy in Sonic Drive-In Hamburger, 3 Employees Arrested

Three Sonic employees were arrested after a family discovered an ecstasy pill wrapped in their kids’ meal.
Manager Tanisha Dancer, 30, Jose Molina, 22, and Jonathan Roberson, 35, were arrested Thursday after an 11-year-old unwrapped a kids’ meal from the Taylor, Texas location and found a little blue pill.

Dec 11 09:18

Amazon warehouse robot pepper sprays 24 employees, sends them all to the hospital, one in critical condition

The bear repellent contained highly concentrated capsaicin, which is a form of pepper spray.

Dec 11 08:53

'A sickening, vile act': Disgusting moment reveller offers takeaway food to homeless man then throws it in his face in front of laughing onlookers

A video of a drunken reveller offering a homeless man takeaway food before throwing it into his face has emerged.
In the clip, which was shared on social media, a man wearing a Calvin Klein shirt walks up to another man, believed to be homeless, in Cheapside, Derby, on Sunday morning.

Dec 11 08:46

Campaigner says Facebook is sexist for banning breast cancer posts while allowing This Morning's testicle exam to be shared

A mastectomy campaigner branded Facebook sexist after it banned breast cancerposts - despite allowing Chris Hughes' testicle exam on This Morning to be shared.
Jay Walker blasted 'double standards' after the site allowed clips of the Love Island star's examination while vetoing her patient advice group's attempts to boost ads.
The 39-year-old from Bolton claims her group was told their logo 'contained nudity' because it uses punctuation to symbolise post-surgery breasts.

Dec 11 08:45

Over 2,000 grades may be withheld by major college's teaching assistants in strike over Confederate monument

Teaching assistants at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill launched a "grade strike" Friday, Inside Higher Ed reported, noting they will hold back student grades if the school continues its plan to construct a building to house "Silent Sam," a controversial Confederate monument.

Dec 11 08:44

Baskin Robbins employee fends off armed robber, can be seen disarming suspect in dramatic video footage

Two employees were behind the counter when the suspect — wearing a hat and sunglasses — reached across the counter in an intimidating way.
One of the employees, an as-yet-unidentified male, was able to fight off the suspect with just fists and hands. The employee was also able to obtain control of the knife, which the suspect had dropped in the scuffle.

Dec 11 08:26

'White people are the best thing that happened to the world!' Columbia University sophomore sparks outrage after he's caught on video launching a shocking racist tirade to a group of minority students (3 Pics)

Columbia University is investigating a “deeply disturbing racially charged incident” involving a student yelling at classmates, “White people are the best thing that happened to the world!”
According to the Columbia Spectator, a physics student named Julian von Abele was filmed shouting at a group of black students at 4 a.m. on Sunday, “Who built the modern world? Europeans built the modern world…

Dec 11 08:25

CVS Employee fired for tackling man who allegedly attempted to rob pharmacy: 'We're not allowed to fight back'

A CVS employee’s life was spared when a man attempted to rob his place of work, but his job was not.
Zac Phillips was working at a Greenfield, Ind., CVS, where he’d been employed for five years, when a man came into the store, allegedly to rob the pharmacy.
“He showed my pharmacist a note saying, ‘This is a pharmacy robbery,'” Phillips told Indianapolis news station WISH-TV.

Dec 11 08:22

Middle-School teacher calls Afros 'unacceptable' and 'outlandish' for choir performance

A Cincinnati music teacher concedes that calling Afros “unacceptable” and “outlandish” in a letter to parents regarding the dress code for a school concert was insensitive.
On Monday, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported on the letter from Steven Reeves, a music teacher at Pleasant Run Middle School, who banned the traditional black hairstyles for the Dec. 13 performance — and the irate feelings from the community.

Dec 11 08:21

PC-Palooza! Comedian shares university’s contract demands for comedy night (and it COULD be the funniest part of the show) (8 Pics)

Everybody knows these days that it’s increasingly difficult for comedians to actually practice the art of comedy in certain venues, and this is just the latest example. Don’t be drinking anything when reading this university’s contract demand for potential comedic performers:

Dec 11 07:40

NYC subway attack that left woman with fractured spine investigated as alleged hate crime

Police are searching for a suspect after a 20-year-old woman was attacked on an E train in New York City by a man who allegedly thought she was a lesbian.
The unnamed woman was taken to the hospital and treated for a fractured spine after being punched in the back of the head and shoved to the ground aboard a subway in Queens on Nov. 30, according to the New York City Police Department.

Dec 11 07:03

Trump's International Anti-Iran Coalition Looks Like it's Falling Apart

The president upended diplomatic relations based on support from the leaders from Saudi Arabia and Israel. Now our position is rather precarious.

Trump set out to pick a fight with Iran from the early days of his administration. But a set of astonishing developments has pulled the rug out from under his feet, and the next three months will determine whether Trump will opt to escalate his provocations or find a face-saving exit from his bravado.

Only a few months ago, Trump was oozing with confidence, having pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal, worked with the Saudis to squeeze oil exports and announced the reimposition of sanctions to the pleasure of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

As a result, the Iranian currency, the rial, was tanking and a noticeable sense of nervousness permeated Iran. The country had weathered sanctions before, but something felt different this time around.

Trump certainly thought there was: "I know they're having a lot of problems and their economy is collapsing,” he told reporters on July 12. “[A]t a certain point, they're going to call me and they're going to say, 'Let's make a deal'.”

Fast forward five months, though, and all three pillars of Trump’s policy of strangulating Iran are at risk.


(*everything's fine , if Trump is thinking like A Rock Star: "The Quickest Way To End The War Is Lose"
Rock Star Dave Mustaine )

Dec 11 06:03

Portland's Dark Past: Shanghai Tunnels of Portland

Beneath the streets of Portland, Oregon, there is a series of hidden tunnels. These 150-plus year old tunnels connected the basements and cellars of several of the city’s oldest establishments, primarily hotels, saloons, and taverns. Although some claimed the tunnels were designed to transport goods and products from cargo ships in the port into the city proper, and to transfer goods more easily between businesses, the tunnel system had a much more sinister use. In the mid-1800s through the early 1900s, the city of Portland, Oregon, earned a reputation for being the Shanghai Capital of the World…thanks, in part, to the Shanghai Tunnels.

Dec 11 05:53

This 2,400-Year-Old Mushroom Is The Largest Living Organism On The Planet

The Armillaria ostoyae, more popularly known as the honey mushroom, began from a single spore too tiny to be seen by the naked eye. It has been entwining its black shoestring filaments over the forest for an estimated 2,400 years, which causes trees to die as it grows.

Dec 10 23:37

Not So Fast

The media branch of “the Resistance” wet its pantsuits last Friday when Robert Mueller released sentencing memos on Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, the human keys to the dungeon they would like to toss Mr. Trump into. Over in the House of Representatives, incoming Judiciary Committee chair Jerrold Nadler spooged himself into a rapture as visions of impeachment lap-danced in his head. Their victory orgasms may prove premature.

The memos themselves were not all they were cracked up to be.

Dec 10 20:35

These 15 Photos Show How Different America’s Streets Look Before The Invention Of Cars

During the late 1800s and 1900s, before long commutes and traffics jams became the norm, people used their legs to get somewhere. If lucky enough, one can ride a horse-drawn carriage.
City streets back then were busy and full of life, but it was actual people who made the most traffic and noise, there were no cars in the streets yet.

Dec 10 20:28

Mysterious Underground Cave Network Found Beneath Shopping Building After Sinkhole Appeared

Many people in Thanet, Kent, England have been shopping in Primark - which first opened in 2011 - with absolutely no idea that a network of secret war tunnels, potentially over a hundred years old, was untouched and hidden beneath the bargain boots and cut price clothing.

Dec 10 20:21

37 Military Uniforms Worn By Soldiers During World War II

In times of war, armed forces and paramilitaries are required to wear their nation's official military uniforms. While uniforms are mainly used to identify friendly units, they also serve as a camouflage against the enemies.
Below, we get a look at 37 different military and paramilitary uniforms worn by soldiers from various countries during the Second World War.

Dec 10 16:54

Glyphosate Discovered In School Breakfast Foods Across America

A new report by the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) found high levels of the toxic weed killer glyphosate in over...

Dec 10 15:54

Too Much Partisanship In Washington? No, Ron Paul Says, Too Much Bipartisanship!

We suffer from too much bipartisanship when it comes to the welfare-warfare state. This bipartisanship has resulted in a national debt that is rapidly approaching 30 trillion dollars. This will inevitably lead to a major economic crisis. The way to avoid this crisis is to replace the bipartisan welfare-warfare consensus with a new consensus in favor of limited government, peace, free markets in all areas including currency, and auditing then ending the Fed.

Dec 10 15:51

Sabotage: The Deep State Has Destroyed Trump’s Chances Of A Trade Deal With China, And The Stock Market Is Tanking As A Result

It frustrates me that so few people seem to understand the gravity of the situation that we are facing. Our stores are filled with cheap products that come from China and they own more than a trillion dollars of our national debt. The two largest economies in the entire world are decoupling from one another, and if the Chinese conclude that they are not able to salvage the relationship then they will rapidly become an exceedingly dangerous enemy.

Dec 10 15:48

Spies, spies everywhere

The government, through its alphabet soup agencies and its surveillance apparatus, are terrorizing the American people. Terrorizing by government cannot survive against a well-armed citizenry. That is why the elected class have pushed so hard to disarm the populace and why the surveillance state is being expanded at breakneck speed.

Dec 10 15:47

Project Veritas Makes HISTORY: Suit Changes MA. Recording Law

Project Veritas Can Now Legally Conduct Undercover Investigations in Massachusetts!

Dec 10 15:45

Trump Has Been Broken (By the military/security complex, says Paul Craig Roberts.)

In order to protect himself from the military/security complex, President Trump has abandoned his intention of normalizing relations with Russia. Just as the neoconservative ideology needs US hegemony, the military/security complex needs an enemy to justify the $1,000 billion annual budget. The Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama regimes have crafted Russia into that enemy. Trump intended to change that, but he has been prevented.

Dec 10 15:03

Woman hits herself to 'frame husband for domestic violence' - Gets caught by CCTV


A man has called on the federal government to deport his estranged wife after he claims she attempted to frame him

Dec 10 14:42

Police lie about new North Carolina law enforcement video law.

This is why no one trusts them anymore. Fuck these cops.

Lying cop doesn't know Uber driver was actually a lawyer - VIDEO

Dec 10 14:00

The U.S. Is Paying More Than It Bargained for in the War on Yemen

The Pentagon says that “errors in accounting” mean Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have not been properly charged for refueling.

President Donald Trump, who repeatedly complains that the United States is paying too much for the defense of its allies, has praised Saudi Arabia for ostensibly taking on Iran in the Yemen war. It turns out, however, that U.S. taxpayers have been footing the bill for a major part of the Saudi-led campaign, possibly to the tune of tens of millions of dollars.


Dec 10 13:36

How Big Brother Grips American Minds to Support Foreign Invasions

For decades now, Gallup polling has shown that the most respected of all institutions by the American people is the nation’s military — more than the church, more than the Presidency, more than the U.S. Supreme Court, more than the press, more than the schools, more than anything. America is invasion-nation.