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Sep 03 18:41

Hillary Clinton’s unfavorable rating approaches record territory: poll

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s unfavorable numbers are approaching record territory, according to a poll released Wednesday.

Fifty-three percent of Americans said they view Mrs. Clinton unfavorably, up 8 points since midsummer, while 45 percent said they view her favorably, down 7 points, the ABC News/Washington Post poll said.

Her unfavorable score is a single point from its highest in ABC/Post polls dating back 23 years, which came in April 2008, during the 2016 Democratic presidential front-runner’s last run for the White House.

Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who is weighing a 2016 run for the White House, had an even 46 percent/46 percent favorable/unfavorable split.

Sep 03 18:39

Trump hits 30 percent in new poll

Donald Trump has reached a new high in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

According to a Monmouth University survey released on Thursday, Trump takes 30 percent support nationally, a four-point gain over the same survey from before the first GOP debate.

Ben Carson is a distant second place in the poll, taking 18 percent support. The retired neurosurgeon has risen sharply in the polls over the past month. He was at only 5 percent support in the same poll from early August.

The rest of the Republican field isn’t even in the same ballpark.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) take 8 percent support each, followed by Sen. Marco Rubio (Florida) at 5 percent, and former businesswoman Carly Fiorina and Mike Huckabee at 4 percent a piece.

Sep 03 15:40

‘Gravity’ Is Returning to the Markets

Sep 03 13:44

Police in Texas Hospital Shoot Patient in the Chest

Christian's worst fears proved true.

Somehow in the 10 minutes between the call to pick up Alan and his parents' arrival, two off-duty Houston police officers working security at St. Joseph were summoned by hospital staff to help them control Alan, who had allegedly become combative. During the violent encounter, according to the police and the family's legal team, Alan struck the two officers in the head, leaving one of them with a concussion. After using a Taser weapon to subdue Alan, one of the officers unholstered his gun and fired a single bullet into Alan's chest.

Fortunately, the bullet missed all of his vital organs. But the news utterly broke his parents. How, they wondered, could trained medical professionals have sicced armed police on their son, a registered mental health patient in the hospital's care?

Sep 03 13:39

Solicitation for “role-players” confirms DoD training in Boston on heels of JADE HELM 15

After the Sandy Hook School Shooting and the Boston Bombing took to center stage in the press well-researched investigative journalists along with portions of the general public who did their Due diligence began to realize that “crisis actors” or “role-players” were being used by the mainline press to trick the unwitty

Sep 03 13:30

Blacks make up 17% of all California arrests, but just 6% of population – state data

Newly released data shows that African-Americans account for 17 percent of all arrests in California while only constituting six percent of the population. They also account for a quarter of in-custody deaths, according to state-run website Open Justice.

Sep 03 13:27

Who Is Listening to Dick Cheney?

Dick Cheney is a former vice president who had an enormous effect on public policy, and therefore on history. He should be interviewed by media outlets. He should be asked tough questions about every single aspect of his tenure in the White House. We cannot pretend that Cheney does not belong in history books, or that he will vanish if we just wish hard enough.

Sep 03 13:21

Meet the American Chef and Cheese Maker Living the Life on a Russian Farm

The story of the American chef and traveler Jay Close who left behind everything, moved to Russia, and bought a farm, where he makes cheese that flies off the shelves in the farm products section...

Sep 03 13:17

Judge Refuses to Drop Charges Against Officers Responsible for Killing Freddie Gray

A Baltimore judge denied motions on Wednesday to dismiss charges against the six officers responsible for causing the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray while in police custody. Although defense attorneys for the officers argued that State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby should be removed from the case because of prosecutorial misconduct, the judge also denied the recusal motion.

Sep 03 13:09

‘Groundbreaking’ Torture Charges Put US Rendition Tactics in Spotlight

‘We need to see more accountability happening in Canada, in the U.S., in Jordan and in Syria. The ones who tortured and the ones who helped these horrible acts to happen should face justice.’

Canada on Tuesday filed charges against a Syrian intelligence officer for torturing Maher Arar, the Canadian citizen who was handed over to the Syrian government in 2002 by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Sep 03 13:05

Heartbreaking Monument Listing 66 Children Killed by Poroshenko's Civilian Bombings

...Children were caught in the crossfire. And they died from war, not by natural death. Their lives were just beginning, but they ended at the start. Logically, a normal government would declare mourning in the country. But we didn’t see this. Instead, they reported on television that Russian invaders had seized power in the city, as separatists shelled their own cities, killing themselves, and the Ukrainian army is protecting innocent people from terrorists. Everywhere, on all channels, the Ukrainian flag was hung with the inscription in two languages: “united country.” But there was already nothing left of this country. Then I realized that, no, we are not one country. If there is grief in the country, then the whole people would together experience this and grieve for the dead, especially the children. But there was no such grieving in Ukraine.

Sep 03 13:04

35% of backlogged VA healthcare applicants died waiting for benefit approval

The Department of Veterans Affairs still has a massive backlog of nearly 900,000 healthcare applications ? including more than 300,000 from veterans who died waiting for their benefits to be approved, a report by the agency’s inspector general found.

Sep 03 13:00

BREAKING: IMF Officials Helped Steal Ukraine Funds - US Investigating

Highly unusual for US Department of Justice to be investigating a pro-western oligarch like Igor Kolomoisky.
But apparently his PrivatBank hiding $1.8 billion of IMF funds was too much even for Washington.
Now it appears, the bank had help from IMF officials who are running for cover and refusing to answer questions.
Ukraine Bailout Funds Discovered in Oligarch's Cyprus Kitty (Igor Kolomoisky) http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/ukraine-bailout-funds-discovered...

Sep 03 12:58

Central Banks At Play

Sep 03 12:52

Poroshenko Blames Kiev Grenade Deaths on...Wait for It...Russia!

In an interview with Sky News, Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko accuses Russia of extending its “campaign of destabilisation”...
Ukraine Rightists Kill Police - New York Times Blames Putin http://russia-insider.com/en/media-criticism/ukraine-rightists-kill-po...

The Daily Beast Blames the Rise of ISIS on...Wait for It...Russia
Daily Beast editor tells us how Russian security services are funneling Russia-born Jihadists to Syria http://russia-insider.com/en/media-criticism/daily-beast-blames-rise-i...

Sep 03 12:48

The Pentagon Persecutes Chelsea Manning

Supporters of Chelsea Manning rallied to her defense after the Army threatened the whistleblower with indefinite solitary confinement for “crimes” that included possessing an issue of Vanity Fair with Caitlyn Jenner on the cover and “expired” toothpaste.

Sep 03 12:34

Stiglitz: Inequality kills US' future

The French newspaper Le Monde published an interview with Joseph Stiglitz, where the Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences and a critic of the European austerity policy, reveals the reasons of economic inequality in the US and Europe as well as its political and social consequences.
In his new book "The Great Divide: Unequal Societies and What We Can Do About Them" Stiglitz names inequality to be the reason of the crisis in 2008.
As he noted, today it also impedes the economy recovery. "Inequality becomes a dangerous trap," the expert said.

Sep 03 12:33

More signs of global downturn send stocks plunging again

Global stock markets staged yet another selloff Tuesday following the release of negative economic data in the US and China and downbeat assessments of the global economy from officials at the Federal Reserve and International Monetary Fund.

Sep 03 12:32

Islamic State has access to chemical weapons production

Maria Zakharova, official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, claimed that the IS fighters' usage of chemical weapons will rise to large-scale and transboundary level.
The IS is known to have obtained access to scientific technical documents on the production of chemical weapons. They also seized chemical enterprises and engage foreign specialists in the synthesis development of the chemical warfare agents.
According to Zakharova, there is a threat of the extension of their terror activity beyond the territories of Syria and Iraq, as well as the whole Middle Eastern region.

Sep 03 12:28

DOD’s Inspector General Investigating Administration Propaganda Again

In the last few weeks, there have been several reports that senior intelligence officials were skewing the intelligence on how (un)successful the military campaign against ISIS has been. “Officials at United States Central Command – the military headquarters overseeing the American bombing campaign and other efforts against the Islamic State – were improperly reworking the conclusions of intelligence assessments prepared for policy makers, including President Obama, the government officials said,” the New York Times was the first to report.

Sep 03 12:27

Russia launches 3D-printed UAVs

The Russian research and development company Lutch designed a short-range unmanned aerial vehicle.
The sample could have been printed via a 3D printer and thus, the production of such drones may be put into effect. The Russian designers spent only a month and a half for this type of UAV, that is a record-breaking term. At present, the trials of newly designed drone are being carried out.
Pravda.Ru reported, that first mass production of new age UAVs opens in Russia on 3 September.
Today, Russia is also capable of neutralizing cruise robots of an enemy. A microwave gun created to serve the interests of the Ministry of Defence will be demonstrated behind closed door of the "Army-2015" forum.

Sep 03 12:24

Czech President Zeman pays no attention to Western supremacy

The Czech President is known for his independent stance on both Russia and the Ukrainian crisis. The problem of Western politicians is that they do not express the will of their peoples - Zeman is an exception at this point. The Czech politician proposed creating mobile anti-terrorist group and asked Putin's support in the endeavor. On September 3, Milos Zeman was the only representative of the West at the victory parade in Beijing. US President Obama pointed out the feat of "soldiers of the allies," but did not mention China in his written statement about the 70th anniversary since the end of World War II.

Sep 03 12:19

Berlin promises Kiev €200 mln

Germany and Ukraine signed an agreement, according to which Kiev will get €200 million.
The funds from the German's State Bank are to support the Deposit Guarantee Fund, i.e. the Ukrainian depositors.
The German taxpayers should have a lot spare money, as their government decided to support the Ukrainian banks via depositors.
As Pravda.Ru reported, Ukraine celebrated its Independence Day at the end of August. Despite abundant mottoes for the unity and independence, the Kiev authorities seem to be fully dependent on the West.
Yatsenyuk was also very glad with the 20% write-off of the debt. As he wrote on his Facebook page, "the default our enemies are awaiting for, will not happen!" But his joy didn't last long. Fitch lowered the Ukrainian rating from "CC" (highly vulnerable) level to that of "C" (perhaps in bankruptcy).

Sep 03 12:14

Chagall’s works not going to Sweden for fear of arrest on YUKOS case — Russian Museum

The decision had disappointed the Russian Museum’s partners in Sweden because they had spent money on the project.
According to the Russian Culture Ministry department for cultural heritage, the ministry recommended the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg not to send Chagall’s pictures to Sweden because the Russian side had not received the necessary guarantees that the exhibits would safely return to Russia.
"There are risks that Russian property abroad can be arrested in connection with the YUKOS case. We had those risks. That is why we (the museum) and the Ministry of Culture decided that the risks were higher than possible positive results from this exhibition. We can see many unfriendly moves these days. It was supposed to be an exposition of paintings of Marc Chagall and his contemporaries".

Sep 03 12:10

Moscow hands over to Kiev Ukrainian national freed in Afghanistan — Foreign Ministry

"An official procedure to hand over to Ukrainian diplomats Ukrainian national Dmitry Bely, who had been for a long time held captive by illegal armed groups in Afghanistan, took place at the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Kabul on September 2," it said.
Embassy sources said the Ukrainian national had received all he needed, including qualified medical assistance, as he stayed at the embassy compound. "We are glad that Russia has managed to save the life of Dmitry Bely and set him free," the Foreign Ministry said.
Last week, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mariya Zakharova said Dmitry Bely has been freed from captivity in Afghanistan thanks to Russia’s efforts, and the Russian side was ready to hand him to Ukraine’s representatives.
"As a result of active efforts of Russian agencies in close cooperation with the Afghan side, Ukrainian national Dmitry Konstantinovich Bely, who was long held captive by illegal armed units, has been freed in Afghanistan," Zakharova said.

Sep 03 12:09

Scientists call for urgent debate on ‘designer babies’ as GM technology advances

Scientific research bodies in the UK are calling for an urgent debate on the ethical implications of genetically modifying human embryos to cure diseases and create “designer babies.”

Sep 03 12:06

Intercontinental ballistic missiles, drones on display at China’s WWII parade

"We, the Chinese people, love peace. No matter how much stronger we will become, China will never seek hegemony or expansion. China will never make other countries suffer," the Chinese leader said at a parade commemorating China’s WWII victory over Japan 70 years ago.
Xi Jinping, who is Commander-in-Chief of the Chinese Army, said the present-day world was far from being tranquil. "A war is that sword of Damocles that is still hanging over the humankind. We must draw a lesson from history and devote ourselves to peace," the president said.
China will cut the numerical force of its armed forces by 300,000 people, President Xi Jinping unveiling the parade.

Sep 03 12:01

Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft makes manoeuvre to avoid collision with space junk

"A fragment of the spent third stage of a Japanese carrier rocket, launched in 1989, happened to be on the spacecraft’s flight path. Ballisticians of the Russian mission control and their American colleagues worked jointly to prevent a collision," Roscosmos said.
According to the agency, the manoeuvre was conducted at 08:40, Moscow time. "The manoeuvre ensured absolutely safe avoidance of a collision with the object expected to approach at 11:30 - 11:40, Moscow time. The Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft continues its nominal flight to the ISS," Roscosmos reported.
The spacecraft is to dock to the ISS on September 4 at 10:35, Moscow time.
Russian tourism agency suggests opening Vostochny spaceport for tourists http://tass.ru/en/non-political/818403

Sep 03 11:59

Russian ruble approved as sole accounting currency in Donetsk republic

All prices, tariffs and budget payments in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic will be calculated in the Russian rubles, as follows from a resolution by the Cabinet of Ministers effective since September 1, Finance Minister Yekaterina Matyushchenko said on Wednesday.
"Under the resolution the Russian ruble was approved as the sole accounting currency," the Donetsk News Agency quotes Matyushchenko as saying. "The ruble is the sole mandatory currency used to calculate prices, tariffs and budget payments."
Matyushchenko said the share of the ruble in the budget of the Donetsk Republic currently stood at 92%, and of the Ukrainian hryvnia, at 8%.
Russian ruble takes up 85% of Luhansk Republic’s currency market — LPR head http://tass.ru/en/world/792934

Sep 03 11:56

China displays several advanced weapon systems at victory parade in Beijing

According to official statements, about 12,000 troops, including around 1,000 foreign soldiers and officers, have taken part in the parade. Politicians from 49 countries attended the victory parade. 30 countries were represented by their heads of state and government.
Advanced Type 99A main battle tanks, Type 05A amphibious vehicles, Type 04A infantry fighting vehicles and 155-mm Type 05A [the other designation PLZ-05A] self-propelled howitzers.
Spectators could also see DF-115B (Dongfeng-15B) short-range ballistic missile systems and mobile launchers mounting DF-10A (Dongfeng-10, earlier known as Changjian-10) strategic cruise missiles, DF-16 (Dongfeng-16), DF-21D (Dongfeng-21D) and DF-26 (Dongfeng-26) intermediate-range ballistic missiles and DF-5B (Dongfeng-5B) and DF-31A (Dongfeng-31A) intercontinental ballistic missiles in downtown Beijing.

Sep 03 11:53

Japanese businesses in US are hostages of anti-Russian sanctions — JBIC

Japanese businesses operating in the United States have become "hostages" of US sanctions against Russia, Tadashi Maeda, senior managing director of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), told TASS on the sidelines of the first Eastern Economic Forum.
"The newly-emerged threat is the negative effect of sanctions, in particular, those by the United States," he said. "We are unable to use the dollar in granting credit lines. We can use only the yen, and this entails technical problems," he said.
Maeda acknowledged the existence of certain political disagreements, but at the same time remarked they had no effects on the business community.
"The economy and politics are different things. The US sanctions are the worst obstruction," he added.

Sep 03 11:50

Attacking Zionists that back Iran accord ‘offends’ Obama

US President Barack Obama says he is offended by attacks against American Jews who have voiced support for a nuclear agreement between Iran and the global powers.

Sep 03 11:47

GM workers: “If we can’t gain when they’re making profits, we’ll never get anything”

General Motors workers voted overwhelmingly for strike action across the country last week with “yes” votes making up 97 percent of the total. After a decade-long wage freeze, workers want to abolish the two-tier wage system accepted by the UAW and recoup their lost income now that the automaker is reaping huge profits and rewarding its top investors with billions.

Sep 03 11:46

Russia notes reduction in number of ceasefire violations in Donbas — Foreign Ministry

"We have noted with satisfaction a systematic decline in the number of ceasefire violations since August 28 and there absence since September 1," Zakharova said. "We stress the need for preserving the ceasefire further on."
"The next meeting of the Contact Group is due on September 8. It is essential to achieve the signing of an addendum to the Minsk package of measures of February 12 for the pullout of tanks, mortars with calibers under 120 mm and artillery pieces with calibers under 100 mm and an addendum to the verification measures," Zakharova said.

Sep 03 11:41

Are Hillary Clinton's dominoes starting to topple in email probe?

Hillary Clinton's dominoes appear to be toppling over as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), inspectors general from a number of government agencies, and a equally large number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that investigate and expose government corruption intensify their investigations of Clinton and her minions, according to news reports on Thursday. While the focus of the probe is Clinton's privately-owned Internet server being used for the transfer of classified intelligence, the probe may also encompass her husband's financial bonanza allegedly accumulated through speeches for foreign entities with whom his wife conducted State Department business as the Secretary of State.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There are two other scandals lurking in the shadows behind the email server itself that need to be fully exposed.

The first is the now confirmed flow of weapons from Libya through the consulate in Benghazi to arm Al Qaeda and ISIS in Syria. This technically constitutes treason, which is defined as giving aid and comfort to the enemy in time of war. Al Qaeda and ISIS are presented to the American people as our enemies in the war on terror. So why is the US Government giving them weapons?

The other scandal is not proven, but there is considerable circumstantial evidence to support it.

Back when Bill Clinton was running for his second term in the White House, he authorized the transfer of highly sensitive technology to China, drawing huge criticism in what later became known as China-gate. At the same time, large amounts of cash poured into his campaign through Chinese American citizens. Later it was revealed that much of that cash had come from Chinese intelligence agencies!

So with a past history of the Clintons treating US secrets as their own private property, to sell to whom they wished, let us now look at the combination of a private email server, outside US Government control and monitoring, with weak security and no encryption, on which are parked highly classified US secrets, ripe for the picking. Coupled with a "charitable" foundation that has seen many foreign governments make "contributions", we have the perfect set up for Hillary Clinton to have run an espionage operation right out of the US State Department!

Sep 03 11:40

No secret in Russian-Syrian military technical cooperation — Russian Foreign Ministry

"I saw reports about Russian planes on the Syrian territory. I also saw comments on this matter by Russia’s Defense Ministry and presidential administration that disavowed this information. There is nothing to add here," Zakharova said.
"Sensational statements are often made about military-technical cooperation between Russia and Syria - that it grows or decreases," she said. "We see them in different parts of the world. And it is always made to sound sensational. We say that we never tried to make a secret out of this. This is our consistent position connected with assisting official Damascus in its fight against the terrorism threat," the diplomat stressed.
Russia continues military-technical cooperation with Syria in the routine mode, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said earlier on Thursday.

Sep 03 11:38

US drone radar stolen in Ukraine

A $215,000 radar from a US Air Force drone has been stolen in the Lviv Region in western Ukraine, Ukraine’s Interior Ministry regional department said on Thursday.
The source added that police found the thieves and returned the radar back to its place.
Two local residents confessed they wanted to take the radar to a scrap metals collection station, the interior ministry department said.

Sep 03 11:36

Russia's Udmurtia official says US introduced sanctions based on outdated information

The new US sanctions recently introduced against the Izhevsk-based Kupol Electromechanical Plant will have no effect on its operations, Udmurt Industry and Trade Minister Oleg Rodionov told TASS on Thursday.
"Kupol is a subsidiary of the Almaz-Antey company that encountered sanctions a year or a year and a half ago," Radionov said.
He added that he could not understand what the sanctions list authors were motivated by when putting Kupol on the list, since "there are virtually no new restrictions in it".
"Maybe, they just get information on the Internet and use it as a pretext or, maybe, they use information from some individuals, outdated information," the minister said. Rodionov presumed that US officials possibly used information on Kupol’s deliveries: the firm had supplied its "products to Iran, but it was before the sanctions were introduced" - 5 to 10 years before.

Sep 03 11:33

US applies restrictive measures to Russian airline for re-exporting Boeing jet to Iran

As follows from the document, the US government accuses the airline, which it calls Air Bashkortostan, of re-exporting Boeing jet to Iran in bypass of the rules and regulations effective in the US.
Specifically, the Department of Commerce says the airline re-exported a Boeing-757 jet from Russia to Iran between January 7, 2009, and March 19, 2009 in violation of the regulations and rules in effect in the US The transactions were valued at a total of $ 4.5 million.
Some of the rules the transactions ostensibly violated were related to control "for antiterrorism reasons," it said.
"The aircraft were reexported pursuant to lease agreements between Air Bashkortostan and Eram Air, an airline based in Iran, and were operated on flights into and out of Iran […]," the order said.
"During the period of the leases, the maintenance of the aircraft was performed in Iran," the document indicated.

Sep 03 11:29

London seeking to change EU referendum rules in a concession to Eurosceptic MPs

UK government is seeking to change its rules on campaigning in UK’s EU referendum in a concession to its Eurosceptic lawmakers.

Sep 03 11:27

Will The Stock Market Crash In September?

Jerry Robinson explores the real problems facing our economy and financial markets as we head into the notoriously volatile month of September.

Sep 03 11:12

Trump to sign GOP pledge, commit to back party nominee

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump will sign a pledge Thursday to support the GOP nominee in next year’s general election, effectively ruling out a third-party or independent run, according to two Republicans familiar with the move.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trump just announced that he has signed the pledge, and in my opinion he just made the biggest mistake of his campaign! The threat of running as an Independent was the only leverage he had over the GOP, and now that he has signed the pledge, the GOP is free to orchestrate his removal the way they did Ron Paul in 2008 and 2012. Any promises of support Trump got from the GOP are utterly worthless.

Sep 03 11:11

More Race War Psyops: #BlackLivesMatter Activist Arrested for Tweeting "Kill All the White People"

Let's take a step back for a moment and look at this thing.

The Tweet, you will notice was just sent September 2nd at 4:45 pm.

According to the police document below, authorities were alerted about the Twitter threat at 4:43 pm.

If time stamps told it all at face value, it would appear as if the threat was called in two minutes before the Tweet was actually sent.

Even with a few hours difference for server issues that some people claim can periodically happen on Twitter which mess with the timestamp (and somehow always seem to only affect controversial Tweets), still. That was awfully quick…

Sep 03 11:05

31,000 public schoolchildren in Kentucky are homeless

Kentucky leads the US in the rate of child homelessness, according to 2013-14 data from the federal Department of Education. Over 31,000 children, nearly 5 percent of the state’s public school students, are living in a homeless shelter, motel or campground, car, outside, or staying with relatives or friends.

Sep 03 11:03

In Syria, Putin Calls Obama’s Bluff, Russia Joins War Against the “Islamic State” (ISIS)

According to German Economic News (September 1st, based on reports from ynetnews and others), Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has apparently decided to establish in Syria a military base with thousands of soldiers and sufficient air power to do in Syria what the Obama Administration won’t, which is to defeat ISIS and the other jihadists.

Sep 03 11:01

Entire Family ARRESTED for Refusing ILLEGAL Search!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Illegal immigrants flood across our border without being interfered with, but American citizens get harassed over whether they have fruit or not.

Sep 03 10:56

Big business-funded committee must not influence TTIP talks, says campaigner

Secretive EU-US trade negotiations that could enable corporations to sue governments were infiltrated by a British committee that peddles the interests of the City of London while bypassing parliament, it has emerged.

Sep 03 10:44

UK Killing by Police Underscores Depth of Crisis in US

A London officer late Sunday shot and killed a local Enfield man in what sources say is the first fatal shooting by a member of the British police forces since 2011.

Sep 03 10:41

Chart Of The Day: World Exports Turn Negative

Sep 03 10:41

Exodus to Europe: Who’s to Blame?

As thousands of refugees wash up on the shores of Europe – over 107,000 in the last month – it is a scene of horror and misery untold. A truck load of 71 dead migrants was recently discovered in Austria: they had suffocated, and body fluids from their decomposing bodies dripping out of the back indicated
that a tragedy awaited its discoverers.

Sep 03 10:30

Clinton emails reveal internal gossip, bank heists and … gefilte fish?

The State Department has released 7,000 more pages of emails sent to or by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. They reveal much about the Democratic presidential candidate’s personality and interests, as well as those of her associates.

Sep 03 10:26

The Lisa Foster Interview - THE FBI'S FINAL FD-302A MEMO ON THE INTERVIEW.

Robert Fiske based his conclusion that Vincent Foster committed suicide in part on a report from the FBI in which it was reported that Lisa Foster had recognized the gun found with Vincent Foster, proving that Foster used his own gun to kill himself (on page 38 of the Fiske Report). This conclusion overrode concerns about the lack of fingerprints on the gun and the fact that it had been built from two 1913 Colt Revolvers.

Fiske's sole source for this conclusion was the FBI and it's report of their interview with Lisa Foster, in which she was shown a gun by the interviewers; a gun represented to her as the gun found with the body of her husband at Fort Marcy Park.

The end result of that FBI interviews was that "LISA FOSTER believes that the gun found at Fort Marcy Park may be the silver gun which she brought up with her other belongings when she permanently moved to Washington" (page 16-17 FBI interview file 29D-LR-35063).

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am posting this part of the murder of Vincent Foster as a reminder that the FBI has a prior history of covering up the Clintons' crimes, and that we should not expect the FBI to conduct an honest investigation into the possibility that Hillary Clinton was using her weak email server and charitable foundation to run an espionage operation, selling classified information to foreign buyers in exchange for "donations."

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Sep 03 10:23


It started in late May. When geoecologist Steffen Zuther and his colleagues arrived in central Kazakhstan to monitor the calving of one herd of saigas, a critically endangered, steppe-dwelling antelope, veterinarians in the area had already reported dead animals on the ground. “But since there happened to be die-offs of limited extent during the last years, at first we were not really alarmed,” Zuther, the international coordinator of the Altyn Dala Conservation Initiative, told Live Science.

Sep 03 09:51


Reminder that ‘Every dog has its day!’

Sep 03 09:44

ECB: Mario Draghi sends markets soaring by hinting at possible increase of QE programme

European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi has hinted today (3 September 2015) that the organisation might extend its Quantitative Easing (QE) programme, sending stock markets soaring. Germany's DAX was the biggest riser, jumping 2% on the news in the afternoon, while the FTSE 100 gained 1.3% and the French CAC 40 was up over 1.8%. The Dow Jones shortly jumped more than 100 points at the open.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So the stock market is not going up because the underlying businesses are doing any better, but because more instant money is being poured all over the financial corporations to play with!

Sep 03 09:36

Eerie Statistics Predict Coming Shemitah Market Collapse: “Only 8 Trading Days Until Wipe Out Day”

The end of the Shemitah cycle is fast approaching... And history is not on our side.

The past five Shemitah cycles have ended in crashes – and this one could be the worst yet.

Only eight more trading days remain until the dreaded Elul 29, which is the final day of the Shemitah year, known as “wipe out day” on the Hebrew calendar.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Sep 03 09:23

EXCLUSIVE: Hillary’s Email Server Had A Webmail Portal That Allowed UNRESTRICTED ACCESS To Hackers

Hillary Clinton’s private email server had a webmail subdomain that made it highly vulnerable to hackers, Breitbart News has learned.

clintonemail.com had a subdomain called webmail.clintonemail.com, according to the account’s GoDaddy.com encryption certificate. That subdomain is a web-based email portal that considerably weakened the server’s defenses and invited attack.

A webmail portal allows web traffic to bypass hardware and software firewalls to easily access the server’s mail “interface.”

If a user accesses emails through a web portal on an unsecure network like Clinton’s, then the emails can be read without any encryption whatsoever for safety.

Sep 03 09:22

Ex-Hillary Clinton Staffer Who Set Up Email Server Plans to Plead the Fifth

A former Hillary Clinton staffer who helped set up the former secretary of state's private email server has vowed to invoke the Fifth Amendment and refuse to answer questions after a congressional committee subpoenaed him, MSNBC confirmed late Wednesday.

Bryan Pagliano, who worked for Clinton during her 2008 presidential campaign and at the State Department, has been identified in digital records as the person who set up her email server in 2009.

The House Select Committee on Benghazi, which is investigating Clinton's emails, subpoenaed Pagliano last month to testify. But his lawyer said Monday that the IT specialist would refuse to answer questions, asserting his constitutional right against self-incrimination, The Washington Post first reported Wednesday.

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Sep 03 09:20

Ride shotgun with New Horizons! Stunning Nasa animation lets you travel with the probe as it makes historic flyby of Pluto

A new animation of New Horizon's mission to Pluto lets you ride shotgun with the probe as it passes the dwarf planet.

New Horizons completed its near decade-long journey to Pluto in July, with a historic flyby that captures the best images ever seen of the icy world.

Nasa has now collected these images into a mesmerising 23-second video, showing the flyby from the spacecraft’s point of view.

Sep 03 09:18

24 Hard Facts About 9/11 That Cannot Be Debunked

9/11 has been one of the biggest events in recent history that sparked a mass awakening across the world. There has been much debate as to how it happened, who is responsible and why. To this day about 1/3 of americans do not believe the official story. In other areas of the world as much as 90% of the country does not believe the official story.

Here is a list of 24 facts that cannot be debunked about 9/11.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is a good collection of the facts in the 9-11 case (which we will go into in much more detail as we approach the anniversary) but this author has fallen for the propaganda trap of the "no plane at Pentagon" hoax, a "poison the well" piece of nonsense planted into the discussion to give the corporate media an easy handle to ridicule and dismiss the entire question of whether the official story is true or not.

See The "Pod People" And The Plane That Crashed Into the Pentagon

Sep 03 09:04

Hungary's leader to migrants: ‘Please don't come.’

In a dramatic sign that Europe’s fast-mounting refugee crisis may be set to get even worse, Hungary’s far-right leader told asylum-seekers Thursday to stay away from Europe and vowed to crack down on the thousands of migrants who are crossing into his country every day.

Sep 03 09:03

Clashes, water cannon, arrests at ‘Peace Week’ demo in Istanbul

Demonstrators clashed with Turkish riot police in Istanbul on the second day of so-called “Peace Week”.

Sep 03 08:58

Declassify the Truth-2015 Symposium

We are at a unique and critical juncture at the 14th year after the events of 9/11. Several developments are providing great potential for spreading wider awareness of the alternative research on 9/11. New opportunities have emerged providing a platform for activists to work to achieve accountability, justice, and comprehensive human progress by taking action to the next level – the political arena.

This year’s event will present panels to examine these developments. We will evaluate several events such as the emergence of an FBI whistleblower on the anthrax attacks, legislation in Congress to declassify 28 pages of 9/11 evidence and the political repercussions approaching the next presidential election. We will present concrete and feasible steps of action. We’ll also look at broadening our understanding of psychological resistance to 9/11 alternative research, an in-depth analysis of the reality of our legal system and what the ideal model would look like.

Sep 03 08:58

Russia Is Going To Pass A Law Formally Dumping The U.S. Dollar

Russian President Vladimir Putin has introduced legislation that would deal a tremendous blow to the U.S. dollar. If Putin gets his way, and he almost certainly will, the U.S. dollar will be eliminated from trade between nations that belong to the Commonwealth of Independent States. In addition to Russia, that list of countries includes Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Obviously this would not mean “the death of the dollar”, but it would be a very significant step toward the end of the era of the absolute dominance of the U.S. dollar.

Sep 03 08:57

Will Your Car Obey You or the Police?

A few lines in a seemingly routine RAND Corp. report on the future of technology and law enforcement last week raised a provocative question: Should police have the power to take control of a self-driving car?

Sep 03 08:42

The Rise Of The Inhumanes - Paul Craig Roberts

America’s descent into totalitarian violence is accelerating. Like the Bush regime, the Obama regime has a penchant for rewarding Justice (sic) Department officials who trample all over the US Constitution. Last year America’s First Black President nominated David Barron to be a judge on the First US Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston.

Sep 03 08:32

Cold, blustery weather expected over Labor Day weekend

The temptation to start a fire in the Sierra Nevada might increase as nighttime temperatures decrease over this Labor Day weekend.

National Weather Service Forecasters are predicting a cold snap Friday and Saturday night with temperatures down to within 2 degrees of freezing.

Windy conditions and a chance of rain may make the first week of September feel more like October.

Sep 03 08:31

First Snow of the Season Dusts Parts of Washington Cascades

The first snow of the 2015-2016 season dusted parts of the Washington Cascades, and snow also blanketed the high country of southern British Columbia on Wednesday, whetting the pre-season appetites of skiers and snowboarders.

A dusting of snow covered parts of the ground at the top of Summit House (elevation 6,873 feet) at Crystal Mountain in Washington state. About 486 inches of snow falls in an average year here, according to the Crystal Mountain website. Less than half of that total fell last season (234 inches), however.

Whistler Blackcomb, a ski resort about 80 miles northeast of Vancouver, British Columbia, also saw a light blanket of snow Wednesday, though this wasn't the first snow of the season there.

Sep 03 08:31

Summer snowfall near Calgary greeted with only-in-Alberta sentiment

Calgary and some of the surrounding area felt some summer heat relief Saturday with an August snowfall. The surprising winter weather was met with a resounding only-in-Alberta sentiment — and a bit of excitement from winter sports enthusiasts.

Sep 03 08:30

It’s snowing like crazy and the September school holidays are earlier than ever before. That means only one thing ...

FLAKING hell. It’s really, really snowing in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales today, which means this year’s NSW ski season should be set to extend later than it has in years.

Sep 03 08:29

It’s been snowing in Birmingham because summer is totally over

Forget a White Christmas, and get acquainted with the prospect of a White Summer.

That’s the bizarre situation that people in Birmingham experienced last night – as the city was battered by flash floods, lightning bolts and giant hail stones.

The freak weather conditions lasted for about thirty minutes – and seemingly heralded the end of summer, as streets became flooded and snow began to fall.

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Sep 03 08:23

Lawyers of Six Officers in Gray Case: Move Trial Out of Baltimore, And Away From Its Politics

On Wednesday, defense lawyers representing the six officers charged with the death of Freddie Gray argued that the trial had to be as far removed from the city and sentiment of Baltimore as possible.

Sep 03 08:13

Do you side with Israel regarding Iran?

4% (50 votes)
96% (1269 votes)
Total votes: 1319
Sep 03 08:13

Netanyahu: Most Americans Side With Israel on Iran

'An overwhelming majority of the American public sees eye-to-eye with Israel on the danger Iran poses,' PM says after Obama successfully secures Iran deal votes.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No, we don't!

Sep 03 08:06

Photo of man carrying lifeless body of young child becomes a symbol of Europe’s migrant crisis

A policeman carrying the lifeless body of a young child from a beach in Turkey has become one of the most visual symbols of Europe’s refugee crisis so far.

That photo and others taken at the scene have sparked outcry throughout the world, bringing the severity of the migrant crisis to the forefront. They’ve been widely shared on social media – some Twitter users adopting the hashtag #KiyiyaVuranInsanlik (humanity washes ashore) – and through international media channels.

Another 13 refugees, believed to be from Syria, washed ashore Wednesday while apparently trying to reach the Greek island of Kos from Turkey. They sacrificed their lives in the vain hope of reaching the relative safety of the European Union.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

None of these Syrians would be refugees were it not for the US attempts to oust Assad and put in yet another US puppet ruler. The blood of these innocents stains the hands of the entire US political establishment!

Sep 03 07:51

Silver and S.M.S.

Sep 03 07:43

MORE THAN HALF OF IMMIGRANTS ON WELFARE... 700 out of every 1,000 UN refugees are resettled in USA... 1 in 4 in Houston born in foreign country...

Webmaster addition: Can someone explain to me how Social Security and Veteran's Benefits are broke ... but there is always cash for welfare for illegal immigrants!

Sep 03 07:39

US Senator Backs B-1 Bombers for Israel

Regardless of how Congress votes on the controversial Iranian nuclear deal, Sen. Tom Cotton said most members are committed to significantly strengthening Israeli security, including providing billions of dollars in additional annual aid and B-1 bunker busting bombers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would like to remind the good senator that under the Symington Amendment to the Foreign Appropriations act and also under the Glenn act, it is ILLEGAL for the US Government to send any of our tax dollars or weapons to any nation in possession of nuclear weapons technology that refuses to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and allow IAIA inspections, as is the case with Israel. The good Senator seems more concerned with pleasing his masters in Tel Aviv than in obeying the laws of the nation in which he supposedly acts as a representative of the people!

Sep 03 07:38

China's covert war with America heats up: warships near Alaska, another industrial explosion, and China unveils cruise missile that renders U.S. carriers obsolete

The so-called "carrier-killer" missile that threatens to reshape the balance of power in the western Pacific is set to wheel through the centre of Beijing along with 12,000 troops and 500 tanks and other vehicles as China marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the second world war.

Like an intercontinental ballistic missile, the DF-21D goes into orbit, but after re-entering the atmosphere it is capable of manoeuvring on to a target, making it theoretically capable of landing a large warhead on or near a moving ship.

Some analysts say such missiles threaten to consign aircraft carriers -- which form the basis of current US naval strategy -- to the dustbin, just as aircraft carriers themselves did to battleships with Japan’s 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.

Sep 03 07:36

This nuclear power plant has been dubbed California’s Fukushima

According to a PG&E Diablo Canyon operator, "Diablo Canyon Power Plant is a safe, clean, reliable and vital energy resource for California and a significant economic engine for the Central Coast. The plant provides low-cost, carbon-free electricity for more than three million people and ensures that PG&E delivers some of the cleanest energy in the nation to its customers."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

They said the same thing about the power station at Fukushima.

They said the same thing about the power station at Three Mile Island.

They said the same thing about the power station at Chernobyl.

And if I recall correctly, PG&E was the company that assured the people of Hinkley, California that the hexavalent chromium contaminating their ground water was actually a totally different and harmless chemical. PG&E's lie was eventually exposed and PG&E had to eventually pay $333 million to cover the medical bills of all the people they had made sick.

So I would be very cautious about any safety claims made by PG&E!

Sep 03 07:30

Summer 2015 Was One Of The Least Hot On Record In The US

Meteorological summer is over. For the third year in a row, the number of 100 degree readings and their areal extent were near record lows in the US.

The frequency of 100 degree days in the US is down by 40% over the last century. Less than 3% of readings were over 100F, compared to more than 15% in 1936.

Similarly, the percentage of 90 degree days has also plummeted, and near record lows.

Just over 25% of stations reached 100 degrees sometime during the summer, compared to 75% in 1936. The area reaching 100 degrees is down 30% over the past century.

Sep 03 07:27

Long Heatwaves Are A Thing Of The Past In Illinois

Long stretches of 100 degree weather used to be common in Illinois, but they never happen any more. In 1936, Palestine Illinois had eighteen consecutive days over 100 degrees. The last year to generate a full week over 100 degrees was 1953.

Sep 03 07:26

Missouri Heatwaves Are Only Half As Long As They Were 100 Years Ago

The last time Missouri had a 10 day heatwave of 100 degrees was 1980, when CO2 was below 350 PPM. The average 100 degree heatwave length is now less than three days, compared to six days a century ago. In 1913 and 1936, Clinton and Appleton Missouri had 20 consecutive days over 100 degrees.

Missouri has had no 100 degree days for two years.

Sep 03 07:25

Hacker Threatens To Sell Hillary Clinton’s ENTIRE UNRELEASED Private Emails For $500K

Just as email-gate looked to be winding down, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned a person claiming to be a computer specialist has come forward with the stunning news that 32,000 emails from Hillary Clinton‘s private email account are up for sale. The price tag — a whopping $500,000!

Promising to give the trove of the former Secretary of State’s emails to the highest bidder, the specialist is showing subject lines as proof of what appear to be legitimate messages.

Sep 03 07:24

Heatwaves Are A Thing Of The Past In Wisconsin

Wisconsin used to have long stretches over 90 degrees, like 1901 and 1916 which each had 21 consecutive days over 90 degrees. Heatwaves like that never happen any more, and the average heat wave length has dropped by almost 50%.