Jan 29 11:46

The NSA literally deleted 'trust' and 'honesty' from its core values

The National Security Agency -- which as whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed, hasn't been truthful about how much data it collects on phone calls and internet traffic -- just removed "honesty" from the core values listed on its website.
"Honesty" has been listed as a priority on the NSA's website since at least May 3, 2016. But in an updated version on January 12, 2018, first spotted by The Intercept, the word was replaced with replaced with "Commitment to Service."

Jan 29 11:38

Trump’s Foreign Policy Is In Service To Israel

Americans are so totally brainwashed by Israeli propaganda that there is no public restraint on Washington serving Israel’s interest.

Peter Jenkins, a former British ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency, expresses concerns about the decisions of France, Germany, and the UK to appease President Trump on fixing “flaws” in the Iranian nuclear agreement.

Jan 29 11:38

'The Military Has Seen the Writing on the Wall'

When Senator Tammy Duckworth returned from a recent trip to South Korea and Japan, she brought back a sobering message: “Americans simply are not in touch with just how close we are to war on the Korean peninsula.” In a speech at Georgetown University, she laid out the U.S. military maneuvers over the past several months—including a nuclear-powered submarine heading to South Korea, the movement of three aircraft carriers to the Western Pacific, and the Army testing out “mobilization centers” for deploying troops and training soldiers to fight in tunnels like those beneath North Korea—that inform this worry. In an interview with me, she said the U.S. military seems to be operating with the attitude that a conflict “‘will probably happen, and we better be ready to go.’”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Senator Duckworth, as a person living on Oahu, and understanding that a Chinese or Russian bomb could devastate it, and our surrounding islands, please color me...very concerned!!

Jan 29 11:35

Uncle Sam dumps the Kurds (yet again) – The Saker

Russians need to stop the Turks before this all turns into a major and protracted conflict.

Did Trump and his generals really think that Turkey, Iran, Syria and Russia would accept a US protectorate in Syria masquerading as an “independent Kurdistan” and do nothing about it? Yet again, and I know this sounds hard to believe, but I think that this is yet another strong indication that the Empire is run by stupid and ignorant people whose brain and education simply do not allow them to grasp even the basic dynamics in the region of our planet they are interfering with.

Whatever may be the case the Turks reacted exactly as everybody thought:

Jan 29 11:30

By Remaining in Syria the US Is Fuelling More Wars in the Middle East

The US may want to get rid of Assad and weaken Iran across the region but it is too late. Pro-Iranian governments in Iraq and Syria are in power and Hezbollah is the most powerful single force in Lebanon. This is not going to change any time soon and, if the Americans want to weaken Assad by keeping a low-level war going, then this will make him even more reliant on Iran.

The present Turkish incursion shows that Ankara is not going to allow a new Kurdish state under US protection to be created in northern Syria and will fight rather than let this happen. But the YPG is highly motivated, well-armed and militarily experienced and will fight very hard, even though they may ultimately be overwhelmed by superior forces or because the Turkish and Syrian governments come together to crush them.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There is only one way in which to accurately describe the current US "strategy" in Syria: painfully incoherent, lost, and myopic.

Jan 29 11:12

US Ambassador Urges Russia To React "Calmly" To "Corrupt Oligarchs" List Due Monday

The US Ambassador to Russia urged the Kremlin to react "calmly" to the U.S. Treasury Department's list of "corrupt oligarchs" due Monday. The list is designed to "name and shame" elite Russians into thinking twice before engaging in business with Putin's government. It will be up to Congress to decide whether the list should be published.

"I urge to take this report, based on its real and not a contrived essence and without emotions, because relations between our countries are far from being exhausted by this one legal act, and I was reminded about it in Washington, where I was two weeks ago," - US Ambassador John Huntsman via -newsru (translated)

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is the most completely ham-fistedly, pig-headedly stupid remark Huntsman could have possibly made, looking at the number of sanctions placed upon Russia, primarily as punishing it for what it did not do (i.e., allegedly "annexing" Crimea from Ukraine), a lie that every rational person sees as a lie, regarding the 2014 putsch in Kiev; the throwing the duly elected President Yanukovich under the proverbial bus; and crookedly installing Poroshenko as his successor.

And BTW, Ambassador Huntsman, the US government was heavily involved in this overthrow, which President Obama personally admitted:

President Obama admits that a US Brokered a deal in Support of Regime Change in Kiev.

When Crimea understood that representative government in Kiev no longer existed, they passed two referendums, one to ask its people if they wanted to stay with Ukraine, post-Coup, or join the Russian Federation. There was a unanimous vote by the Crimean people to petition the Russian Federation for membership, which Russia later granted.

Peaceful self-determination is a value enshrined in the UN charter, but Ukraine and the US vengefully spat all over that, in their threatening stance toward Russia, the sanctions against it being "punishment" for something Russia absolutely did not do.

So I have an observation for Ambassador Huntsman; sir, in the words of my late grandmother, "The horse is already out of the barn" on this issue, and both Putin and Xi are a zillion chess moves away from those of the US government.

And why?!? Both Russia and China are rapidly moving away from the US dollar in their trading, and so are other countries as well.

Putin Orders End to US dollar trade in Russian Seaports
Non-Dollar Trading Is Killing the Petrodollar — And the Foundation of U.S.-Saudi Policy in the Middle East

The US Dollar may be at risk as the global reserve currency

23 countries now abandoning the US dollar

Challenging the dollar: China and Russia plan from petroyuan to gold

Russia and China have the means to absolutely crucify the US dollar into absolute non-existence, and for the following reasons:

1. The US dollar, at this point, has no intrinsic value: it is simply a worthless piece of paper, with no tangible asset or assets backing it whatsoever.

2. By these actions by Russia and China, the Bretton-Woods Accord, which acknowledged the US dollar as the primary global currency in 1944, has ceased to exist.

Unfortunately, it appears that the US government will attempt to crush these new economic developments though a number of massive wars.

Washington plans to nuke Russia and China

So Ambassador Huntsman, if you are suddenly recalled from Russia to the US for "consultations", you now cannot say, with a straight face, that you did not know why.

Jan 29 10:58

Fitness tracking app Strava gives away location of secret US army bases

Data about exercise routes shared online by soldiers can be used to pinpoint overseas facilities

Jan 29 10:57

Men had enough fentanyl to kill entire population of New York City, New Jersey combined, police say

Two men arrested in the largest fentanyl bust in New Jersey history were sentenced to prison Friday, after authorities said they had enough lethal doses to kill the entire population of New Jersey and New York City combined.

Jan 29 10:57

Dueling protests in German town after teen allegedly murdered by refugee

"We want security," said protesters in the town of Kandel, where a young girl was allegedly killed by her ex-boyfriend. Town officials have spoken to DW about sentiment in the town.

Jan 29 10:30

Gowdy: FBI's Strzok, Page should testify to answer allegations, questions about 'secret society'

The House Republicans’ top investigator, Rep. Trey Gowdy, said Sunday that text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page show they “hated” then-presidential candidate Donald Trump, but the South Carolina lawmaker suggested the two testify to settle concerns on whether they were powerful enough to take down Trump or protect Democratic rival Hillary Clinton from criminal charges over her emails.

“I can’t prove that they were the final decision makers,” Gowdy, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Affairs, told “Fox News Sunday.” “But I don’t have to. Two really important people hated (Trump); would have done anything to protect” Clinton.

Gowdy pointed out that Strzok interviewed Clinton about her use, as secretary of state, of private servers on which emails with classified information were discovered. And Strzok scrubbed language about Clinton’s “grossly negligent” behavior from the final FBI report on the server-email investigation, he said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Right now, Strzok,Page, and Clinton's aides should be, collectively looking for countries with which the US has no extradition treaties, and be prepared to live there the rest of their lives!!

Unfortunately, I fear that this will only happen when pigs discover that they are aerodynamic!!

The level of absolute corruption, having gone on so long, at the highest levels of this government, absolutely disgusts me.

Jan 29 10:25

Ohio Gov. Candidate Dennis Kucinich Releases Scathing Anti-Fracking Statement, Intent To Ban Fracking

Ohio Gubernatorial candidate, Dennis Kucinich, released the first in a series of forthcoming detailed platform points surrounding his campaign on January 25. Fracking, a contentious issue for the people of Ohio (but not for their politicians) has...

Jan 29 10:21

Fitness tracking app Strava gives away location of secret US army bases

Sensitive information about the location and staffing of military bases and spy outposts around the world has been revealed by a fitness tracking company.

The details were released by Strava in a data visualisation map that shows all the activity tracked by users of its app, which allows people to record their exercise and share it with others.

Strava suggests military users 'opt out' of heatmap as row deepens
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The map, released in November 2017, shows every single activity ever uploaded to Strava – more than 3 trillion individual GPS data points, according to the company. The app can be used on various devices including smartphones and fitness trackers like Fitbit to see popular running routes in major cities, or spot individuals in more remote areas who have unusual exercise patterns.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am having a double Picard face palm, at warp speed, upon reading this!!

This app has been around since 2014, and the US military has just discovered this problem?!? Stava Fitness App

Jan 29 10:17

More Civilians Killed in US Airstrikes in Eastern Syria

Local sources in Southeastern Deir Ezzur reported on Monday that a number of civilians have been killed or wounded in the US-led collation air raids.
The sources said that the fighter jets pounded the village of al-Bahara on the Eastern bank of the Euphrates River, killing five civilians and wounding several more.

Local sources confirmed on Saturday that the warplanes pounded the villages of al-Bahara, killing 30 civilians, mostly women and children.

The sources further said that the death toll would likely increase as some of the injured are in critical conditions.


Jan 29 10:11


Bayonne, NJ– Officer Domenico Lillo of the Bayonne Police Department in New Jersey was actually raided by FBI agents and arrested in connection with a 2013 case of police brutality. With so much compelling evidence against him, Lillo pleaded guilty. However, the court is taking their time in the sentencing.

Lillo was scheduled to be sentenced on Thursday but the U.S. Attorney’s office extended the date until March 5.

To lessen his sentence, Lillo agreed to testify against a fellow officer. Ironically enough, the fellow officer’s only crime was covering up for Lillo by falsifying records and hiding the assault.

“It was my understanding… (that) when the incident report was written the flashlight strike would be omitted,” Lillo told the jury in his fellow officer’s trial last month.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

...If THIS is what "protect and serve" means to New Jersey police, civilians need to vote with their feet, and find a state where such actions are not tolerated, period, end of discussion.

Jan 29 10:06

Apple's market value drops $45 billion in a week on fears of plunging iPhone X demand

Nikkei reports Apple is cutting iPhone X production due to weaker-than-expected demand for the high-end smartphone.
J.P. Morgan analyst Narci Chang also wrote in a research note to clients on Tuesday, predicting iPhone X production will drop 50 percent in the March quarter versus the December quarter.
The shares are down 1.9 percent Monday.

Jan 29 10:06

The Navy Can't Afford $1 Million 'Smart' Shells for Its $4 Billion Battleships

The US Navy’s ultra-versatile new $440 million warship might have to ride out the rest of winter frozen to a dock in Canada. But the sailing branch says it expects to formally accept a new 610-foot-long vessel into service in the coming weeks, its second Zumwalt-class stealth battleship.

The catch? Its main weapons don't have any ammunition. And possibly never will.

Arguably the centerpiece of the ships' design is the Advanced Gun System, a unique, 155-millimeter-diameter cannon that can shoot GPS-guided shells as far as 60 miles. Each Zumwalt-class ship has two AGSs along with vertical launchers for at least 80 missiles.

The idea was that the Zumwalts would be able to sail close to enemy-held beaches and bombard defenses with smart shells, clearing the way for US Marines to storm ashore.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!!

Is THIS what passes for "planning" in the Naval Planning Hierarchy these days?!?

Jan 29 10:06

Katie Holmes And Jamie Foxx Look Adorably Happy At Pre-Grammy Gala

The extremely private duo, who have been rumored to be dating for a while now, were called out by Davis. Though they initially sat together at the same table, Holmes briefly walked out of the room a few moments before the gala host and music producer announced Foxx’s presence.
That prompted Davis to say, “This lady left the room right when I was going to introduce her. She was sitting at that table right with Jamie Foxx and everyone else.”

Jan 29 10:05

Ferrell spoofs George W. Bush on 'SNL,' pokes fun at Trump: 'Donny Q. Trump came in and suddenly I'm looking pretty sweet by comparison'

"Saturday Night Live" alumnus Will Ferrell returned to the sketch show this weekend to reprise his iconic impersonation of former President George W. Bush.
And in a nod to the 43rd president's administration, "SNL" cast member Leslie Jones played former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the show's cold open.

Jan 29 10:01


Last night, Axios dropped a bombshell on the week's already brimming news cycle when it published a report and PowerPoint deck created by a National Security Council staffer outlining the necessity of building a nationalized 5G network to guard against cyberthreats.

But while the PowerPoint portrayed a nationalized 5G network as essential for national security, Axios said Monday that the report is generating a fair amount of blowback.

According to Axios, those sounding alarm bells range from those who fear it could lead to greater surveillance to those who see it as an unwarranted encroachment on free enterprise. Still others worry that government control of key communications networks could threaten free speech.

Both the FCC and CTIA issued statements this morning opposing the idea. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai opposes the idea.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Such an act by the US government would completely nullify and destroy any essence of any freedom of communication which still survives in this country.

This feels like desperation on the cusp of madness, courtesy of a government terrified of its own people.

Jan 29 09:45

Oxygen Levels in Oceans Are Dropping Dangerously

Imagine if every living species in all of North America – including humans – were suffocating and unable to breathe because oxygen levels had suddenly and precipitously dropped. Every leader, from mayors to governors, would panic. And then they'd do something, anything, to deal with the clear and present danger.

Jan 29 09:37

Florida is the worst state in the nation in every way, new rankings say

Florida ranks dead last when it comes to rating the best states in the nation. Michigan ranks No. 1, the very best state in the union.
Let that sink in for awhile. Michigan, the state that gave us the Motor City Madman, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock (the poor man’s Ted Nugent), is 49 states better than Florida.

Jan 29 09:37

Men had enough fentanyl to kill entire population of New York City, New Jersey combined, police say

Two men arrested in the largest fentanyl bust in New Jersey history were sentenced to prison Friday, after authorities said they had enough lethal doses to kill the entire population of New Jersey and New York City combined.

Jan 29 09:12

Engineer who lived modestly donates $37 million to Pittsburgh Foundation. Mr. Suckling’s bequest, will benefit the Sewickley Public Library, the Heritage Valley Health System in Sewickley, and nonprofits and programs in the Sewickley region that help low-

Those who knew Raymond Suckling said the mechanical engineer from Sewickley hid his vast fortune.
A World War II veteran who retired from Koppers Co. in 1985, Mr. Suckling drove a Subaru, collected guns, and liked Western novels by Louis L’Amour and White Castle hamburgers.

Jan 29 09:12

Police Ask Bump Stock Owners To Surrender Devices Before Ban

In a story Jan. 28 about Massachusetts banning bump stocks — devices designed to make semi-automatic rifles function like fully automatic weapons — The Associated Press reported erroneously that the ban is the first in the U.S. Massachusetts was the first state to enact a ban since the October mass shootings in Las Vegas.

Jan 29 08:37

Trump Claims He Would Have Been 'Tougher' Than May On Brexit Negotiations

President Donald Trump has suggested he would have taken a different, “tougher” approach to that of U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May in Brexit negotiations.
The Republican took a slight dig at his British counterpart, who he last week insisted he had a good relationship with, and said in an interview with ITV that he would not have negotiated over the Brexit vote in the same way that May had done.

Jan 29 08:36

Blue Ivy, 6, sparks debate by wearing heels to the 2018 Grammys

Blue Ivy’s heels garnered a lot of attention at the Grammys. [photo: Getty]
If the awards are the first thing that come to mind when you think of the Grammys, then the outfits are definitely the second.
And this year it was Blue Ivy who found herself in the spotlight in her all-white ensemble and high heeled shoes.

Jan 29 08:35

Pic of unwrapped raw pork being delivered in a shopping cart sparks outrage

A California woman, Loretta Soto, raised alarms when she caught delivery men bringing stacks of unprotected raw meat into a San Jose supermarket. ( Photo: Facebook/Loretta Seto)
A supermarket in San Jose, Calif., is apologizing after a photo of shopping carts loaded with raw pork being delivered to its store hit the internet.

Jan 29 08:02

Eerily similar suicides of Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz and an internet activist who together created a whistle-blower submission system spark conspiracy theories

An outspoken internet activist killed himself in a New York hotel in eerily similar circumstances to fellow hacker and Reddit co- founder Aaron Swartz.

James Dolan, 36, took his own life at a newly opened hotel, Gowanus Inn and Yard, in Brooklyn just after Christmas.

He is the second developer of the whistle-blower submission system SecureDrop to commit suicide by hanging in the same area.

Soon after his death, the internet started drawing similarities between Dolan's suicide and that of Swartz who hanged himself in his Brooklyn apartment in 2013 as he was being pursued by federal agents.

Jan 29 07:55


On the 27th of January, the 73rd anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz by the Red Army will be celebrated. This Memorial Day should force us to think. Our times are characterised by a grave danger of freedom of the press and of expression. Any kind of objective criticism and reporting about Jewish-Zionist crimes in Palestine is defamed as anti-Semitism. However, we should not resign, but struggle against this situation with conviction. In fact, only real anti-Semites and not invented ones must be opposed to.

Jan 29 07:48

'Black, Queer-Owned' Brewery In ‘Beer City’ Says It Closed Because Of 'White Supremacy’

A brewery in Asheville, North Carolina that boasted it was black and queer woman-owned shut down, and offered this reason for the closing: “white supremacy.”

Jan 29 07:46

Billionaire Las Vegas casino boss Steve Wynn Accused Of 'Decades-Long' Sexual Misconduct

Billionaire Las Vegas casino boss Steve Wynn 'paid $7.5m to employee he forced into sex, told spa staff to massage his manhood or provide oral pleasure and exposed his genitals during trips to salon'

Jan 29 07:35

Protecting Your Family Even When the Constitution No Longer Does | Mike Rivero

Jan 29 07:17

'I Am an Educated Woman!': Israeli PM's Wife Mad Outburst Caught on Tape

“I’m doing it. As a professional, as an ed-u-cated woman. A psy-cho-lo-gist,” Netanyahu can be heard furiously screaming and exclaiming each syllable. “BA, MA,” she yells, referring to her bachelor and master’s degrees.


Jan 29 07:11

Fake News: WIRED Magazine Presents Google’s Racist, Anti-Conservative Harassers as Victims, Smears Breitbart

WIRED, a leading leftist tech magazine, is terrified by the thought that corporate “diversity” protections might apply to conservatives and white males at Google.

The site published a piece interviewing a number of Google’s most notorious ideological witch-hunters and racists, including individuals who are repeatedly named among the company’s worst offenders in James Damore’s anti-discrimination lawsuit.

One of the employees interviewed, Liz Fong-Jones, is accused in Damore’s lawsuit of having “repeatedly discriminated against Caucasian males”. The lawsuit also provides evidence to back up the allegation, noting that Fong-Jones, who holds a managerial position at Google, publicly made a racist comment, saying she could “care less about being unfair to white men.”

Jan 29 07:00

Conservatives' LGBT group linked with paedophile ring after former chairman is jailed for sharing child porn

New Tory chairman Brandon Lewis was urged last night to investigate claims that the party's lesbian and gay rights group was infiltrated by a paedophile ring.

The allegation was made after the former chairman of the Conservatives' LGBT group was jailed on Friday for sharing the 'most horrendous child abuse images imaginable'.

Primary school teacher Matthew Sephton, 42, was convicted at Manchester Crown Court of possessing and distributing indecent child images.

Jan 29 07:00

The swamp are stumped by Trump!

This once again proves the Liberal Media’s distortion of reality.

It turns out America’s most “hated” and “racist” President attracts the crowd at DAVOS and get close to a Hero’s welcome at the World Economic Forum, while moving his # America First, # MAGA agenda forward.

It turned out in Saudi Arabia President Trump received the grandest red carpet treatment ever accorded to an American President by the leaders of the Arab and Muslim world.

So, is it President Trump’s leadership or is it America’s role in the world?

Jan 29 06:56

Hillary Clinton Made A Cheap Spectacle Out Of The United States - Reads “Fire And Fury” At The Grammys! Plus – Leave Sarah Alone!

It seems Hillary Clinton has lost all dignity by shaming the President of the United States on a live TV event like the Grammys.  The Grammys are known to be sleezy and risqué at its best.

Jan 29 06:53

No Taxpayers’ Nickel is Spared in Washington’s Military Adventures Worldwide

At the beginning of 2017, the chief of US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) General Raymond Thomas while speaking in front of one of the Senate committees announced that:
We operate and fight in every corner of the world. Rather than a mere ‘break-glass-in-case-of-war’ force, we are now proactively engaged across the ‘battle space’ of the Geographic Combatant Commands… providing key integrating and enabling capabilities to support their campaigns and operations.
According the director of the Arms and Security Project at the Center for International Policy, William Hartung most Americans would be amazed to learn that US Special Operations Forces have been deployed to three quarters of the nations on the planet. Furthermore, according to this researcher there is little or no transparency as to what they are doing in these countries and whether their efforts are promoting security or provoking further tension and conflict.

Jan 29 06:01

Mike Pence's Holocaust Day Message

Mike Pence's Holocaust Day Message With 'Christ Imagery' Sparks Jewish Outrage
Angry users call out vice president for ‘shameful’ and ‘tone-deaf’ tweet commemorating Jewish Holocaust victims. The Hebrew translation of the imagery and wording he chose, however, is quite common in Israel

Pence tweeted a video of him and his wife Karen laying a wreath and taking a tour of the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem during their visit to Israel last week. In the tweet, he paid tribute to what he called the “6 million Jewish martyrs of the Holocaust who 3 years after walking beneath the shadow of death, rose up from the ashes to resurrect themselves to reclaim a Jewish future.”

(*And THAT Ticks Them Off ?
The Administration Is Casting Our Pearls Before Their Swine !
so to speak ! )

Jan 29 05:53

White House planning to nationalize 5G network: Report

In a stunning – if accurate – report published Sunday night, Axios claims that White House national security officials are considering an unprecedented federal takeover of a portion of the nation’s mobile spectrum/network to protect against Chinese attacks, in what may well be a pre-emptive shot, hinting at upcoming trade wars between the two superpowers.

Jan 29 05:34

Iran, as Supporter of Self-Determination, a Thorn in Imperial Washington’s Side

ASHINGTON (Analysis) — Washington’s hostility towards the Islamic Republic of Iran dates back nearly 40 years to February of 1979, when revolutionary forces overthrew the Western-backed monarchy of Mohammad Reza Shah.

The United States consistently maintains that its involvement began with the hostage crisis in 1979 and continues today due to Iran’s ballistic missile and nuclear program, as well as meddling throughout the region in places like Syria, Lebanon, and now Yemen (albeit without evidence in some cases).

What the media and Western governments don’t mention is that Iran’s core ideology stands directly opposed to U.S. military and economic expansion. The Islamic Republic’s promotion of self-determination indeed poses an existential threat to Washington’s dominance throughout the entire region — similar to that of communism during the Cold War.


Jan 29 05:22


President Trump’s amnesty plan would potentially give a pathway to U.S. citizenship to an illegal alien population that is roughly six times the number of illegal aliens that were given temporary amnesty under former President Obama.
An almost final draft of the White House’s expansive amnesty plan obtained by Breitbart News reveals that the Trump administration would be expanding Obama’s federal, temporary amnesty—known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program—to six times the number of illegal aliens who are enrolled in the DACA.

Former Koch brothers executive Marc Short, who previously led the failed “Never Trump” effort inside the pro-mass immigration billionaires’ network, helped craft the White House amnesty plan, along with Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, and senior adviser Stephen Miller.

The White House amnesty plan estimates that about 1.8 million illegal aliens will be eligible for a pathway to U.S. citizenship under their proposal.>>>

Jan 29 05:11


The administration is anxious to win Democratic approval for an amnesty, says former Never-Trump leader Marc Short, who is now working as President Donald Trump’s chief outreach aide to Congress.
“Chris, we’re anxious to get a deal,” Short told Fox News Sunday on January 28 before explaining why the administration rapidly caved to Democratic demands for bigger amnesties of illegal-immigrant workers, from 690,000 to 1.2 million, then to 1.5 million, then up to 1.8 million.

We started by saying we want to protect the 690,000 people who have permits under DACA, meaning people age 16 to 36, who have work permits who are in this country, producing, contributing to our economy. We, of course, want to protect them. We don’t want to send them away.

But Democrats said that population should be larger>>>

(*no , no , No , No , No , No ,NO! )

Jan 28 22:47

Duchess of Cambridge 'donates seven inches of her own hair to children’s charity which helps make wigs for young cancer victims'

If this if your drink of choice, you really need to get out more.
Oh, Fireball. What an embarrassment to alcohol. The cheap and syrupy cinnamon mixture was made for newbie drinkers and Solo cup college parties and that's as far as it should have made it in the booze scene. Yet somehow it remains a popular order at bars nationwide. But this is wrong. So completely, sadly, and utterly wrong. Sure it might serve its purpose in a big batch Jell-O shot, but if it's your favorite booze, then you really need to sort out your priorities. Because there are more than enough reasons to not drink Fireball.

Jan 28 22:46

Science Group Calls for a National Crackdown on Booze to Achieve 'Zero' DUI Deaths

A new report calls for a coordinated federal, state, and local crackdown on all drinkers.

Jan 28 22:45

Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad dies aged 91

Company says man who founded firm in 1943 aged 17 died peacefully at home in Sweden

Jan 28 18:44

Trump says America open for business. Marijuana industry asks “What about us?"


President Donald Trump told world leaders that America is open for business. But one budding U.S. industry — marijuana growers and sellers — sees irony in this boast, which comes as they feel forced by the administration to invest millions in cannabis businesses across the border.

Privateer, which has the backing of the Silicon Valley mogul and Trump supporter Peter Thiel, announced Thursday that it had raised more than $100 million in its third round of fundraising. Kennedy said those dollars, which brings their total funding to $200 million, shows that U.S. investors continue to see growth opportunities despite the federal government’s threats to clamp down. But Kennedy said more than 75 percent of the funding would be invested in Canada and overseas where governments are more supportive of the industry.

“That money would have gone to jobs and would have gone to pay taxes in the U.S. It would have gone to manufacturing facilities in the U.S.,” Kennedy said.

Jan 28 18:11

Pic of unwrapped raw pork being delivered in a shopping cart sparks outrage

A supermarket in San Jose, Calif., is apologizing after a photo of shopping carts loaded with raw pork being delivered to its store hit the internet.

Jan 28 18:10

ATM 'jackpotting' hacks reach the US

For some ATM thieves, swiping card data involves too much patience -- they'd rather just take the money and run. The US Secret Service has warned ATM makers Diebold Nixdorf and NCR that "jackpotting" hacks, where crooks force machine to cough up large sums of cash, have reached the US after years of creating problems in Asia, Europe and Mexico.

Jan 28 18:03

Texas woman who said she was being stalked shot dead by police

A Texas woman who called 911 on Saturday saying she was being stalked was shot and killed by a San Antonio police officer during a brief struggle in a home, authorities said.

Jan 28 18:02

Fitness tracking app gives away location of secret US army bases

Sensitive information about the location and staffing of military bases and spy outposts around the world has been revealed by a fitness tracking company.
The details were released by Strava in a data visualisation map that shows all the activity tracked by users of its app, which allows people to record their exercise and share it with others.

Jan 28 15:32

flashback 1/15/2013: Donald Trump, Big In Israel, Endorses Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Donald Trump, the American real estate mogul and reality TV star, has publicly endorsed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his right-wing Likud party, in a video posted on YouTube on Tuesday by Israeli political operative Jonny Daniels. Likud is widely expected to come out on top in the Israeli elections, which take place next week on Jan. 22.

"Frankly, a strong prime minister is a strong Israel,” Trump says, “and you truly have a great prime minister in Benjamin Netanyahu – there’s nobody like him! He’s a winner; he’s highly respected; he’s highly thought of by all.

“People really do have great, great respect for what’s happened in Israel. So vote for Benjamin. Terrific guy, terrific leader, great for Israel.”>>>

(*keen instinct on the potus' part , to recognize what needed to be done after going nowhere in the 2012 Presidential Election .)

Jan 28 15:24

'Racial Discrimination': Woman Sues Walmart For Locking Up Products

A Riverside County woman represented by serial grifter Gloria Allred is suing Walmart for "discriminating against African-Americans" by locking up products subject to high rates of theft.

Jan 28 13:25

NFL Pro Bowl Week Arrives at Walt Disney World Resort ...

There are several opportunities for you to get involved in the fun with Pro Bowl events happening all across Walt Disney World Resort.

Jan 28 13:09

The Man Who Would Be King or Vicar

Village people: view of mountains and houses in Sierra Leone, Jakob Van Der Schley, 1748.

By the late 18th century, King Naimbana, the most prestigious monarch on the coast of Sierra Leone, had developed a long-distance friendship with the British abolitionist Granville Sharp. Sharp wrote regularly to seek the king’s assistance in protecting the Black Poor, the freed British slaves who were resettled in Sierra Leone in 1787. In 1791 Naimbana sent his son, Prince John Frederic, on a reverse journey to receive a western education under Sharp’s guardianship.

Frederic was not the only son Naimbana sent abroad. He had sent one of his other sons to France and offered another to Islamic scholars. It was Naimbana’s intention that Prince Frederic would return home and lead his people with knowledge from the West.

Jan 28 12:56

Family Who Beat Pregnant Teen Until She Miscarried Gets Prison

DALLAS) — Three members of a Dallas family who beat a pregnant teen and stomped on her belly until she miscarried have been sentenced to prison.
The Dallas Morning News reports that the now-19-year-old victim was eight months pregnant when she was attacked in 2013. She reported the attack in 2015.

Jan 28 12:26

Rest in Peace Greg Evenson, A Former Host of RBN Passed Away January 27, 2018

Greg Evenson has made an appearance in the documentary movie “Revelation” the follow up film of “Behold a Pale Horse” and hosted a show for a time on Republic Broadcasting network called Heartland USA. He has been a guest on many Patriot talk shows and has written many articles calling out the tyrannical agenda against America.

Jan 28 12:03

Trey Gowdy Drops A BIG HINT On Content of FISA Memo

Hot off the presses from an interview this morning. Gowdy drops several big hints.


Jan 28 12:01


This is VERY interesting reading...


Jan 28 11:57

Pizza Hut ‘Not Seeing Any Impact’ From NFL Protests On Sales

The CEO of Papa John’s slammed the NFL’s leadership and blamed protests by football players for pizza sales going cold. A day later, rival Pizza Hut said it saw no such impact. So what’s going on?
(*I'll give you a "hint" !)

(*Talk About Your "Pizza-gate" !)

Jan 28 11:00

Trump Launched Campaign to Discredit Potential FBI Witnesses

President Donald Trump pressed senior aides last June to devise and carry out a campaign to discredit senior FBI officials after learning that those specific employees were likely to be witnesses against him as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, according to two people directly familiar with the matter.

Jan 28 10:59

Obama aide: ‘We would have been impeached’ for spending $24M to upgrade Air Force One fridge

A senior adviser to former President Obama on Friday mocked reports that replacing the Air Force One refrigerators will cost $24 million, saying Obama "would have been impeached" over it.

Jan 28 10:48

The White House Dreamer Deal Isn't A Compromise. It's A Racist Ransom Note.

As the White House’s senior advisor for policy, Stephen Miller seems to have one goal: to take a wrecking ball to the Statue of Liberty and shove the remains into the Upper New York Bay.

Jan 28 10:48

Florida mayor busted by feds removed from office

A Florida mayor has been removed from office following her arrest on three felony charges.
The Sun Sentinel reports that Gov. Rick Scott issued an executive order Friday suspending Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper from office while she faces the charges.

Jan 28 10:47

Build a Powerful Wall…Between Israel and United States

Trump supporters like Alex Jones and Ann Coulter (In Trump We Trust) are screaming their lungs out saying that there ought to be a wall between the United States and Mexico, but those people do not want to see that there ought to be a political wall between the United States and Israel. Coulter in particular would love to have Netanyahu as the president of the United States. Alex Jones constantly perpetuates crazy things, such as the Arabs control Hollywood.

But what should we do with the country that has literally been bankrupting the United States since the 1940s?>>>

(*well , Mexicans are to US , kind of like what Palestinians are to Israel , and Trump actually is helping Americans to see things in that conflict the way we were supposed to see them , all along .)

Jan 28 10:43


Really good interview with Congressman Peter King. He tells DOJ deep state to shove it.


Jan 28 10:35

A 7-Year-Old Hit His Teacher. Hours Later He Was Taken From The School In Handcuffs.

The door to the principal’s office opened suddenly. Mercy Álvarez turned and watched a Miami-Dade Schools Police officer enter to take her 7-year-old son into custody. Pain pierced her heart when her son was handcuffed. “Do not worry, my love,” she muttered to him, her voice choked with tears.

Jan 28 10:35

Poisoned Toothpaste And Exploding Phones: Israel Linked To 2,700 Assassination Operations In 70 Years

Poisoned toothpaste that takes a month to end its target’s life. Armed drones. Exploding cell phones. Spare tires with remote-control bombs. Assassinating enemy scientists and discovering the secret lovers of Islamic holy men.

Jan 28 10:27

Texas woman who said she was being stalked shot dead by police

A Texas woman who called 911 on Saturday saying she was being stalked was shot and killed by a San Antonio police officer during a brief struggle in a home, authorities said.
The unidentified woman, said to be in her 40s, also called police saying her computer was being interfered with, FOX29 San Antonio reported. Police conducted a welfare check about 3 p.m. and found the woman locked in her bedroom.

Jan 28 10:26


PERHAPS YOU BOUGHT some illegal narcotics on the Silk Road half a decade ago, back when that digital black market for every contraband imaginable was still online and bustling. You might already regret that decision, for any number of reasons. After all, the four bitcoins you spent on that bag of hallucinogenic mushrooms would now be worth about as much as an Alfa Romeo. But one group of researchers wants to remind you of yet another reason to rue that transaction: If you weren't particularly careful in how you spent your cryptocurrency, the evidence of that drug deal may still be hanging around in plain view of law enforcement, even years after the Silk Road was torn off the dark web.

Jan 28 10:25

Principal tweets plagiarism apology

The principal of a school in Belfast has tweeted an apology following claims that he plagiarised an article which was printed in his school's newsletter.
Dermot Mullan, from Our Lady and St Patrick's College, tweeted that he "should have attributed" the article.
It came after a teacher at a different school claimed Mr Mullan had copied one of his blogs "word for word".

Jan 28 10:22

Pres. Trump’s Art of Political Warfare vs. The Pro Illegal Immigration DACA Crowd?

The cornerstone of the Trump campaign was cracking down on illegal immigration. His message has resonated with 63 million people who cast their vote in the 2016 election based on dealing with on this controversial issue. The truth is now is President Trump going back on his word?

Jan 28 10:19

States Where No One Wants to Live in Retirement, Revealed

There are a lot of decisions you have to make if you don’t want to regret your retirement. One of the choices you have to make is where you want to live. And there are definitely some states people are leaving during retirement.

Jan 28 09:59

At Least 14 People Killed In Shootout In Brazil Nightclub

The shooting broke out at 1:30 am when a group of armed men arrived in three vehicles at the Forro do Gago nightclub in Fortaleza's Cajazeiras neighborhood in Brazil.

Jan 28 09:58

Joe Scarborough Laughs At Fox News Pivot On Report Trump Tried To Fire Mueller

MSNBC’s Morning Joe co-host Joe Scarborough broke down laughing Friday after airing a clip in which Fox News host Sean Hannity bashed a New York Times story that President Donald Trump tried to fire Russia probe special counsel Robert Mueller, before saying sources confirmed the report and pivoting to a car crash video.

Jan 28 09:58

Twitter: Russian Bots Retweeted Trump Nearly 500,000 Times In Last Months Of Election

Russian bots on Twitter retweeted President Trump hundreds of thousands of times during the last months of his presidential campaign, Twitter told Congress.

Jan 28 09:55

SARA CARTER | Something Very Fishy Is Going On At The FBI

FBI sources tell Sara they are concerned about behavior at the top...


Jan 28 09:41


Trump would be pilloried if he did something like this...


Jan 28 09:40

The 15 Germiest Airports in the U.S., Ranked

Air travel causes a lot of stress. Hectic airports, cramped flights, and long travel days can leave you feeling exhausted before you even reach your destination. Unfortunately, airports also spread a lot of germs — no matter how many times you remember to wash your hands.

Jan 28 09:40

Bride-To-Be Dies of the Flu as the Virus Continues to Spread Across the U.S.

Amidst the worst flu season since 2015, the virus has now claimed the life of an Alabama bride-to-be just one week after she was diagnosed.
Katherine Acton, 47, of Shelby County, died of the flu Wednesday.

Jan 28 09:38

TOM FITTON | Judicial Watch Sues The FBI

Tom Fitton is starting to get angry...


Jan 28 09:29

9 Reasons You Should Never Drink Fireball

If this if your drink of choice, you really need to get out more.
Oh, Fireball. What an embarrassment to alcohol. The cheap and syrupy cinnamon mixture was made for newbie drinkers and Solo cup college parties and that's as far as it should have made it in the booze scene. Yet somehow it remains a popular order at bars nationwide. But this is wrong. So completely, sadly, and utterly wrong. Sure it might serve its purpose in a big batch Jell-O shot, but if it's your favorite booze, then you really need to sort out your priorities. Because there are more than enough reasons to not drink Fireball.

Jan 28 09:28

Search warrants in death of St. Paul bicyclist focus on suspect’s missing Hyundai

St. Paul police have filed more than 15 applications for search warrants in their investigation into the fatal hit-and-run of a Brasa Rotisserie employee who was biking home from work in November.
All of them focus on Abbey Hegner and her son, Dustin Hegner-Royce. Neither have been charged, but they were arrested and released in the weeks after Jose Hernandez Solano was found lying motionless on the street at Grand Avenue and West Seventh Street after being struck just after midnight Nov. 26.

Jan 28 09:27

TATT’S BRAVE Would YOU do this? Woman with ‘vegan’ tattooed on her forehead says she ‘regrets nothing’

KATE Alice has taken her special diet to the extreme – by tattooing the word “vegan” on her forehead.
And despite the harsh backlash on social media, Kate says she “regrets nothing” and is proud of the inking.
One Twitter user branded Kate a “freak” and questioned why an earth she’d decided to get the tattoo on her face.

Jan 28 09:25

Washington State Changes Driver's License Requirements To Foil ICE

The Washington State Department of Licensing has issued an emergency rule to change driver’s license requirements to help protect undocumented immigrants from a crackdown by federal authorities. Drivers no longer have to identify their place of birth.