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"If they do it it's terrorism, if we do it, it's fighting for freedom." -- a U.S. Ambassador in Central America in the 1980s, asked to explain how such U.S. actions as the mining of Nicaragua's harbors and bombing of airports differed from the acts of terrorism that the U.S. condemned around the world



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November 30, 2015

Nov 30 15:47

Black man arrested for church arson fires that were originally blamed on whites in St. Louis area.

Dotson did not specifically accuse Jackson of the other church fires but said he was a suspect and suggested that further investigation might result in additional charges for additional crimes.

Although the locations of the fires in predominantly African-American neighborhoods gave rise to speculation that the motive might be race-related, Jackson is black.

Nov 30 15:45

Police Brutality Victim Mysteriously Killed a Day Before Receiving $450K Settlement

The timing of his death is extremely strange, and there will undoubtedly be suspicion thrown towards the city and the police department who may now get out of paying nearly a half million dollars towards his settlement.

His mother had a strange conversation with him just before his death, where he said that he had a feeling that something bad was going to happen.

“He felt like something was going to happen to him,” Robert Hinton’s mom Parys Johnson told the Daily News Saturday.

“We had this conversation Thursday. And his words to me were, ‘You know mom, if something happens to me, make sure (my girlfriend) Michelle and the baby’s all right.’”

So far there are no suspects or leads in the case.

Nov 30 15:37

Israelis – Not Muslims – Cheered in Jersey City on 9/11

In debunking Donald Trump’s big lie about Jersey City Muslims celebrating the destruction of the World Trade Center, the corporate media have told an even bigger lie of omission. There was, indeed, shameless cheering on the banks of the Hudson River on 9/11. But it was by young Israelis, as was widely reported at the time. Fourteen years later, corporate media are covering up for Israel – which makes them even bigger liars than Trump.
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Nov 30 15:18

Sheriff: Hate crime allegations are false

The Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office has concluded that claims of a hate crime perpetrated against a Cordova man were fabricated.

Sheriff Leroy Ravenell said an exhaustive investigation into claims several individuals displaying a Confederate flag while smashing the victim’s windows are false.

“My detectives conducted an unbiased, thorough investigation into the allegations someone had committed these crimes against this individual,” the sheriff said. “What we found was this individual had made the entire story up.”

Nov 30 15:16

FLASHBACK - Expedition To Study Global Warming Put On Hold Because Of TOO MUCH ICE

An expedition to study the effects of global warming was put on hold Wednesday. The reason? Too much ice.

The CCGS Amundsen, a Medium Arctic icebreaker and Arctic research vessel operated by the Canadian Coast Guard, was to travel throughout Hudson Bay, a body of water in northeastern Canada, but was rerouted to help ships who were stuck in the icy water.

A Coast Guard officer said the conditions were the “worst he’s seen in 20 years,” reports CBC news.


Nov 30 15:02

FLASHBACK - Wall Street Journal: Israel Caught Red-handed Aiding al-Qaeda in Syria

Let’s be clear – once again Israel has been caught red-handed providing aid and comfort to Islamic militant terrorists in Syria, as reported by the Wall Street Journal (see full report below). Understand that this flies in the face of all of Benjamin ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu and the US Republican Party’s lyrical proclamations and hollow platitudes about how Israel is ‘leading the fight against terror’ in the region.

Nov 30 14:31

Putin missed the pictures in Paris, not to see Erdogan

Some world leaders have arrived in Paris and took part in the official ceremony of photographing. The fact that, while politicians were photographed, the plane of Russian President Vladimir Putin only came in for a landing, gave reporters a reason for discussion, summit organizers specially bred Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan that their paths not crossed. There were also suggestions the Russian President was late on purpose to Paris, not to see his Turkish counterpart.

Nov 30 14:26

Who is right in Syria?

Lawrence Davidson examines the actions and behaviours of Russia, the US and France, and Turkey in the Syrian civil war and assesses which of these parties appears to be acting in the interest of long-term stability in Syria.

Nov 30 14:23

Benghazi Commission: Obama Admin Gun-Running Scheme Armed Islamic State

The Obama administration pursued a policy in Libya back in 2011 that ultimately allowed guns to walk into the hands of jihadists linked to the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) and al-Qaeda (AQ) in Syria, according to a former CIA officer who co-authored a report on behalf of the Citizen’s Commission on Benghazi (CCB), detailing the gun running scheme.

Nov 30 14:18

Morning 29 November the vessels under the Russian flag have any problems with the passage of the Bosphorus.

According to the system for tracking the movement of ships online marinetraffic.com in this day, Russian vessels moved in zigzags and circles, probably long waiting permission to go in Strait. The courts of all other countries such oddities did not differ, reports the Center for transport strategies, informs news.?izvestia.com.

Nov 30 14:09

Bankers Reap Forfeited Souls As Millions Turn to Prostitution: “Viagra Costs 4x The Cost of P***y”

At one level, it pure economics. The Greek people have been squeezed. Their economy has been sold at auction, and everything is breaking down. In tandem, Greece is seeing a spike in prostitution at such a skyrocketing rate and a shocking decline of human value:

Paul Craig Roberts writes:

The plummeting living standards forced on the Greek people by German chancellor Merkel and the European banks have forced large numbers of young Greek women into prostitution. The large increase in the supply of women offering sexual services has dropped the price to 4 euros an hour. That’s $4.24, enough for a cheese pie or a sandwich, the value that bankster-imposed austerity has placed on an hour’s use of a woman’s body. The half hour price is $2.12. They don’t even get the minimum wage.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Nov 30 14:02

Dangerous Chemotherapy Treatments Now Being Pushed for Some of the Fastest-Growing Diseases in America

Autoimmune diseases are reaching levels of epidemic proportions, and one of the least understood is lupus, of which cases have nearly tripled in the past four decades. We still have a lot to learn about lupus treatment options, which is what makes pop star Selena Gomez’s recent announcement so important (she has…

Nov 30 13:59

Twitter Shutting down Accounts Tweeting, Re-tweeting Iranian Leader's Letter

Online social networking service, Twitter, has started suspending accounts that have tweeted the contents of the letter that Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei sent to the western youth on Sunday. Account holders in and outside Iran are receiving messages from the social network, saying that twitter's automated system has recognized them as to be sending spam messages. Some of the accounts have been reactivated following an apology message from the network that warns them to avoid sending similar messages, but they have been closed a second time as soon as they send a tweet about the leader's message. Many account holders have been journalists or from within the academic community. The social network has not presented any explanation in this regard yet...

Nov 30 13:58

HRW Report: Yemen Needs More Than Lip Service

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) should be lauded for slamming Saudi Arabia in a new report for targeting civilians in Yemen. However, the report is never enough; Yemen needs more than condemnation. In its latest report, the HRW says the Saudi attacks against civilians have been deliberate and indiscriminate. “Human Rights Watch found either no evident military target or that the attack failed to distinguish civilians from military objectives,” the report says, adding that Saudi warplanes target residential areas. The typical problem with this latest report is that it doesn’t go any further...
The Yemeni army and popular forces took control of Nohouqa military post in the province of Najran in Southern Saudi Arabia. http://en.farsnews.com/player.aspx?nn=13940908001426

Nov 30 13:56

Al-Qaeda Declares War on ISIL in Syria's Damascus Province

Sources said on Monday that the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front has declared war on the ISIL militants after a dispute over the latter’s prisoner exchange with the Lebanese Army. Prior to this turmoil along the border of Lebanon and Syria in Qalamoun mountains, there have been similar cases of fight between them in Northern Syria that included a war in Northern Aleppo and Raqqa. On Wednesday, heavy fighting erupted between two rival Takfiri terrorist groups in Idlib province, leaving casualties on both sides. A large group of terrorists were killed in exchange of fire between al-Nusra Front and Ahrar al-Sham terrorist groups in al-Rami village in Idlib countryside...

Nov 30 13:53

New Smoking Gun: U.S. and UK KNEW Saddam Did NOT Possess WMDs

Tony Blair went to war in Iraq despite a report by South African experts with unique knowledge of the country that showed it did not possess weapons of mass destruction, according to a book published on Sunday.

God, Spies and Lies, by South African journalist John Matisonn, describes how then president Thabo Mbeki tried in vain to convince both Blair and President George W Bush that toppling Saddam Hussein in 2003 would be a terrible mistake.

Mbeki’s predecessor, Nelson Mandela, also tried to convince the American leader, but was left fuming that “President Bush doesn’t know how to think”.


The claim was this week supported by Mbeki’s office, which confirmed that he pleaded with both leaders to heed the WMD experts and even offered to become their intermediary with Saddam in a bid to maintain peace.

Nov 30 13:49

Israel and ISIS: Needed, a Thorough Accounting

snip: What then of ISIS? It as well is a blessing to American foreign policy, which is why the US has been halfhearted in its eradication. The more repulsive, as in beheadings, the more salutary from the standpoint of massive surveillance at home, the engineering of a crisis atmosphere (to the sacrifice of civil liberties), the internalization of fear, which shifts the political spectrum still further rightward, as in heightened patriotism, anti-immigrant feelings, a trivialization of politics because so much of public policy is placed off limits.

Nov 30 13:44

Russia, Syrian Army Plan to Block Turkish Border

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced the effort on Friday after talks with Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem.

“We actively support that. We are open for coordination of practical steps, certainly, in interaction with the Syrian government,” Lavrov said about an earlier proposal by French President Francois Hollande. “We are convinced that by blocking the border we will in many respects solve the tasks to eradicate terrorism on Syrian soil.”

“We hope that initiative by President Hollande will be implemented within the framework of our joint work, including in the Group of Support for Syria,” he added.

Nov 30 13:43

Argentine president overrides extradition of man charged in Denver murder

Argentina's president has blocked the extradition of a Denver fugitive who claims he was framed for murder because video he took of ground zero proves U.S. complicity in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

The government of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner issued an executive order Sept. 16 overriding a December decision by the Argentina Supreme Court. The court had approved the extradition of Kurt Frederick Sonnenfeld to the United States.

The government's order cited human rights in its denial of the request to grant extradition. It also says that extradition could put Argentina in a position of violating an international principle of not forcing the return of asylum seekers to countries where they could be persecuted.

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Nov 30 13:38

Baltimore readies for first trial in death of black man

The stakes are high for the city of Baltimore as a trial begins Monday for an officer accused in the death of a black man who suffered a mysterious fatal injury in the back of a transport van.

Nov 30 13:34

Turkey squeezes £2billion out of EU in return for crackdown on ISIS fighters sneaking over from Syria as Obama says 'enough is enough - seal the border'

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And if you believe THAT one, I have some of Saddam's nuclear weapons to sell you!

Nov 30 13:22


Four hundred years ago, from 1610 to 1633, the Roman Catholic Church thought it knew more about the solar system than Galileo Galilei. So it subjected Galileo to an Inquisition.

Now, in 2015, Pope Francis thinks he knows more about climate science than thousands of educated climate scientists (like me). So the Pope wants a new Inquisition for those who tell you the truth about climate change.

The fallible Pope Frances "believes" global warming is "mainly" man-made. He believes the Paris summit must implement a Global Warming treaty or our environment is toast. He believes global warming hurts the poor.

He's wrong on all counts. The loss of carbon-dioxide-restricted abundant cheap energy, not global warming, hurts the poor.

Although the Catholic Church does not claim the Pope is "infallible" in matters of science, few people understand this technicality. So the Pope, with his great influence, does great damage to truth with his false claims about science.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Pope's comments are all the more absurd when you recall that the Bible teaches that the Earth is flat, rests on pillars, and does not move!


Nov 30 13:04

The Reign of Absurdiocy

There is no such thing as "international terrorism".

To declare war on "international terrorism" is nonsense. Politicians who do so are either fools or cynics, and probably both.

Nov 30 12:55

Irish politicians face Christmas jail time for trying to inspect US war planes

Two members of Ireland’s Dáil (parliament) face Christmas in the clink for trying to inspect US military aircraft at Shannon airport.

Independent TD (MP) Mick Wallace and United Left TD Clare Daly used a rope ladder to gain access to a restricted area of Shannon Airport in July 2014.

They suspected the US of carrying weapons through Ireland, a neutral country that is not part of NATO, and were arrested as they approached two US planes on the taxiway guarded by police and the Irish army.

Nov 30 12:54

Russia has ‘more proof’ ISIS oil routed through Turkey, Erdogan says he’ll resign if it’s true

Russia has received additional intelligence confirming that oil from deposits controlled by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) goes through Turkey on an industrial scale, President Vladimir Putin said speaking on the sidelines of the climate change summit in Paris.

Moscow has grounds to suspect that the Su-24 was downed by Turkish jets on November 24 to secure illegal oil deliveries from Syria to Turkey, he said.

“At the moment we have received additional information confirming that that oil from the deposits controlled by Islamic State militants enters Turkish territory on industrial scale,” he said.

“We have every reason to believe that the decision to down our plane was guided by a desire to ensure security of this oil’s delivery routes to ports where they are shipped in tankers,” Putin said.

Speaking in Paris on Monday, President Recep Erdogan said that he will leave office if there is proof of Turkey’s cooperation with IS.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No, he won't. He is just grandstanding.

Nov 30 12:52

Australian Gov’t Converting itself to a Dictatorship?

Webmaster addition: ALL of the world's governments are converting into dictatorships. It is the only way they can cling to power and wealth in an age where most people understand the true nature of their rulers!

Nov 30 12:51

Putin: Russia Has Evidence Su-24 Shot Down to Protect Daesh Oil Deliveries

Discussing the matter with world leaders during the Paris climate talks, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow has evidence that the Su-24 was shot down by Turkey to protect oil deliveries of the ISIL terrorist group, also known as Daesh, and that oil from IS-controlled fields is being exported to Turkey on an industrial scale.

Nov 30 12:50

Putin: Obama and I Have Common Understanding of Next Steps in Syria

Meeting on the sidelines of the Paris climate talks, Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama discussed Syria and the need for a new Syrian constitution and elections.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The American media will report that Putin is in agreement with Obama!

Nov 30 12:44

Ten thousand troops to flood Britain's streets in fight against terrorism

Ten thousand troops could flood Britain’s streets to fight terrorists as David Cameron abolishes the “divide” between the Army and police.

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Just like Hitler did!

Nov 30 12:39

Obama urges Putin to de-escalate tensions with Turkey

US President Barack Obama held a closed-door meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, urging him to de-escalate tensions with Turkey after it downed a Russian warplane.

On November 24, NATO member Turkey shot down a Russian Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer jet, claiming the aircraft had repeatedly violated its air space.

Nov 30 12:37

To JPM, This Is The Alarming Chart Suggesting The Next Recession "Is Just Around The Corner"

By now it is clear to even the most tenured economists that the half of the US economy, the one that deals with manufacturing and industrial production, is sliding into, if not already, in recession with today's contractionary Chicago PMI and subzero Dallas Fed data confirming this deterioration.

But while the NBER is notoriously behind the curve when it comes to determining the onset of recessions, the market may have already spoken, and nowhere louder than in the collapse of corporate cash flow generation. This collapse in EBITDA is also what we cautioned three weeks ago is the biggest risk facing the economy.

Nov 30 12:36

Morgan Stanley To Cull 25% Of Fixed Income Jobs Within 2 Weeks As Revenues Plunge

Stiffer capital rules, a slump in client transactions and a shift toward electronic trading have crimped margins in key fixed-income markets, pushing banks to pull back and eliminate staff... and amid a 42% collapse in fixed-income revenue in Q3, Morgan Stanley is taking action:


Nov 30 12:36

World’s largest public pension fund posts $64 billion loss

Japan’s public pension reserve fund, the largest of its kind in the world, posted its biggest quarterly loss since the financial crisis for the quarter through September, dragged down by a global stock selloff.

Nov 30 12:36

Recession Looms As Dallas Fed Manufacturing Contracts 11th Month In A Row

Following Milwaukee Fed weakness, Dallas Fed Manufacturing printed -4.9 (better than expectations of -10 and up from October's -12.7). This is the 11th monthly contraction (sub-50) in the index, something not seen outside of a recession. Prices paid and received tumbled, wages dropped and new orders contracted once again but number of employees and average workweek both jumped? Despite all the promises from former Dallas Fed Fisher, it appears the economy is not so diversified after all.

Nov 30 12:33

Professor Judith Curry schools Congressman Beyer on climate change

Nov 30 12:27

MOCKINGBIRD: The Subversion Of The Free Press By The CIA

"You could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple hundred dollars a month." - CIA operative discussing with Philip Graham, editor Washington Post, on the availability and prices of journalists willing to peddle CIA propaganda and cover stories. "Katherine The Great," by Deborah Davis (New York: Sheridan Square Press, 1991)

"The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media." -- William Colby, former CIA Director, cited by Dave Mcgowan, Derailing Democracy

"There is quite an incredible spread of relationships. You don't need to manipulate Time magazine, for example, because there are [Central Intelligence] Agency people at the management level." -- William B. Bader, former CIA intelligence officer, briefing members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, The CIA and the Media, by Carl Bernstein

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Reposted in light of the story about CNN presstitute Elise Labott being told what to write by State Department official Phillipe Reines.

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Nov 30 12:22

German army could deploy 1,200 soldiers to Syria: report

The planned German military participation in international efforts to combat the jihadist group "Islamic State" ("IS") in Syria will involve the largest current overseas deployment of German troops, according to Bundeswehr Inspector General Volker Wieker.
"From a military point of view, some 1,200 soldiers will be needed to operate the planes and ships," Wieker told the "Bild am Sonntag" newspaper.
Wieker, who is the highest-ranking officer in the Bundeswehr, said the deployment would be able to begin very quickly once the German parliament had approved a mandate for the operation, adding that the government would seek such a mandate before the end of the year.
No German bombing
The inspector general said that he did not believe that German participation in current US-led air strikes against "IS" was essential at the present time.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A short memo to both to General Volker Wieker and British Prime Minister Cameron; there is a phrase in American English of which you both need to be monumentally careful, and that phrase is "mission creep", which is what almost inevitably happens, when a plan does not produce the results you had envisioned.

And you both are looking at a potential military conflict with Russia over Syria; please tell me, and the people of your respective countries, that this is not the outcome you want to have happen.

Nov 30 12:21

International Terrorism is a tool for politicians

snip: The next best friend of the terrorist is the politician. It is almost impossible for a politician to resist the temptation to ride on the wave of panic. Panic creates “national unity”, the dream of every ruler. Panic creates the longing for a “strong leader”. This is a basic human instinct.

Nov 30 12:20

Investigative Journalist For CBS News Exposes How Mainstream Media Brainwashes The Public

A former CBS News investigative reporter discusses how to spot mainstream media lies. If you’re aware that only a handful of corporations (6, to be exact) control over 90% of the media, you’re one of the few. What this means, is that everything you hear on the radio, read in the…

Nov 30 12:16

Israel defies International Law by Holding Bodies of Slain Palestinians, Executed in Cold Blood

“I want the body of my son to be returned so I can bury him with dignity,” she said, with tears flowing down her face. “I want to hug and kiss my baby, who was stolen from me by the human monsters.”

Nov 30 12:15

Israel acting like a child ... again.

Nov 30 12:13

Turkey Arrests Generals for Stopping Syria-Bound Trucks 'Filled With Arms

Two Turkish generals and a colonel were detained on Saturday for intercepting Syria-bound trucks that belonged to Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT), the newspaper Today’s Zaman reported... Last Tuesday, Erdogan answered claims previously made by critics, who said the trucks were filled with weapons, by sarcastically asking them: "What if the MIT trucks were filled with weapons?" Then on Saturday, contrary to his earlier claims that the MIT trucks were carrying humanitarian aid to Turkmen, Erdogan said the trucks were actually heading on their way to help the Free Syrian Army (FSA). Just make up your mind, Mr. Erdogan. Where the trucks were heading and what were they carrying after all? Meanwhile, some very high-ranking Turkish officials, including then-president Abdullah Gul, revealed that the Syria-bound trucks were a "state-secret," leading to more speculations that the trucks were indeed filled with weapons.

Nov 30 12:10

Bankster Capitalism At Work

snip: The loans were made to corrupt Greek governments who were paid bribes by the lenders to accept the loans, and the proceeds often were used for purchases from the country from which the loan originated. For example, Greek governments were paid bribes to borrow money from German or other foreign banks in order to purchase German submarines. It is through this type of corruption that the Greek debt grew.

Nov 30 12:08

Asking for Trouble: Erdogan Drags Europe Into New 'Cuban Missile Crisis'?

Turkey's "unprecedented" provocation could well lead to a standoff reminiscent of the darkest days of the Cold War, political analyst Pyotr Iskenderov asserted, adding that by downing the Russian Su-24 bomber Ankara managed to achieve the unthinkable: it "outperformed" the Soviet Union's archrival. "It also proves the existence of a very dangerous geopolitical trend directly related to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, which have already become NATO or EU members, or cherish the dream of joining these organizations (often at any price)," the expert wrote for the Strategic Culture Foundation, Sputnik News reported. Turkey, according to Iskenderov, decided to shoot down the Russian bomber because President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is confident that NATO and particularly the US will back him no matter what happens.

Nov 30 12:06

Why Turkey Stabbed Russia in the Back

Ankara uses, finances, and weaponizes a basket case of extremist outfits across northern Syria, and needs by all means to keep supply line corridors from southern Turkey open for them; after all they need to conquer Aleppo, which would open the way for Ankara’s Holy Grail: regime change in Damascus.

At the same time Ankara is terrified of the YPG – the Syrian Kurd People’s Protection Units – a sister organization of the leftist PKK. These must be contained at all costs.

So the Islamic State group – against which the United Nations has declared war – is a mere detail in the overall Ankara strategy, which is essentially to fight, contain or even bomb Kurds; support all manner of Takfiris and Salafi-jihadis, including the Islamic State group; and get regime change in Damascus.

Nov 30 12:05

Chief of Staff: Germany Needs 1,200 Troops for Syrian Anti-ISIL Campaign

Germany’s Chief of Staff has revealed that at least 1,200 military personnel will be required in order to support and effectively use the air force and vessels that Berlin wants to deploy into battle with ISIL in Syria as part of the US-led coalition. “From the military point of view, to ensure the operation of aircraft we need about 1,200 military personnel,” Inspector General of the Bundeswehr (unified armed forces of Germany),Volker Wieker, told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper in an interview, RT reported. Wieker said that the mandate for the deployment may be given by the end of the year. On Tuesday, the Bundestag will begin discussions about the matter. The deployment of German forces could “occur very rapidly after mandating,” Wieker said. If approved the mission might become the largest foreign deployment of the Bundeswehr.

Nov 30 12:04

GOP Candidates Break Silence on Planned Parenthood Shootings

Several Republican candidates broke their silence on the shootings that took place in Colorado Springs. All three candidates took the opportunity to further show their opposition to Planned Parenthood.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Colorado shooting appears to be another staged event to build sympathy for Planned Parenthood and support for the gun-grabber agenda. Neither seems to have worked.

Nov 30 12:03

Netanyahu: We will not hand over even ‘one meter’ of land

Israel is not planning to unilaterally hand over portions of Area C in the West Bank to the Palestinian Authority, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Likud ministers on Sunday.

“There won’t be any transfer of territory to the Palestinians, not 40,000 [dunams or 10,000 acres], not 10,000 and not even one meter,” Netanyahu said on Sunday.

He spoke after Samaria Regional Council head Yossi Dagan publicly charged that the Office of the Coordinator for Government Activities in the Territories and the Civil Administration is continuing work on a plan to transfer 10,000 dunams of territory in Area C to the Palestinian Authority.

But Netanyahu told the Likud ministers that he would not execute any such plan.

Likud ministers Ophir Akunis, Ze’ev Elkin, Haim Katz, Israel Katz and Miri Regev raised the issue with Netanyahu at the weekly cabinet meeting.

“It’s a delusional idea,” said Akunis.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well, if that wasn't a clear verbal kick in the rear to President Obama and Secretary Kerry, I don't know what is.

And Secretary Kerry, a word to the "publicly kicked"; stop with the frequent flier miles to Tel Aviv; you are accomplishing absolutely nothing here.

The only language the Israeli government understands, you and Obama refuse to speak here. And that is the complete cessation of all US aid to Israel, both military and economic, which you both know is illegal, under the Symington Amendment to the Constitution.

You and Obama have been an epic fail on the allegedly DC-preferred "two state solution", and can never, ever again be viewed as honest brokers of peace in the Middle East.

Nov 30 12:03

Syrian Forces Target Terrorists' Convoy near Turkey

Takfiri terrorists suffered heavy losses as the Syrian army targeted a long column of their trucks loaded with ammunition and military equipment on a supply route from Turkey to Idlib in Northwestern Syria on Monday. The convoy was moving towards al-Dana city, 36 km North of Idlib city.
The Syrian Army has made a major advance against militant groups in the Northern part of the coastal province of Lattakia, specially in its mountainous areas near border with Turkey, sources said on Monday. http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940909000357
The Takfiri terrorist groups acknowledged on their social media pages the death of a number of their members, including senior commanders, in Syrian military operations in Aleppo province, admitting that they retreated from vast areas on Monday. http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940909001240

Nov 30 11:59

Basij Commander: Shiite-Sunni Cooperation against Takfiris Indicates Failure of US Strategies in Region

Commander of Iran's Basij (volunteer) Force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi blasted the world powers' attempts to sow discord between the Shiite and Sunni Muslims, and said cooperation between the Shiites and Sunnis in campaign against Takfiri terrorism shows failure of the US policies in the region.

Nov 30 11:56

Arms Shipments to Terrorists in Syria Recorded by Russian Surveillance Aircraft at Border with Turkey [VIDEO]

Turkey has increased weapons, ammunition and equipment shipments into Syria, according to Damascus, in exchange for oil and antiquities looted by ISIL terrorists. Meanwhile Moscow condemned Ankara for supporting “armed thugs” operating in Syria, saying that Turkey buys cheap oil from ISIL and supplies it with weapons.

Nov 30 11:55

The Erdogan Era is All But Over

There’s little doubt now among NATO circles and among the leading countries of the alliance – the US, Britain, France, Germany — that the downing of Russia’s Su-24 bomber was indeed an act of aggression. In fact, the Turkish Air Force has been trying to ambush Russian bombers near border areas for days. Everything was planned, including the presence of professional cameramen from a Turkish TV channel.

Nov 30 11:55

Syria and Washington’s ‘New Middle East’

After the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and the destruction of Libya, Syria was to be the next state overthrown. Washington and its regional allies had planned this for some time.

After ‘regime change’ in Damascus, Syria’s ally Hezbollah, leader of the Lebanese Resistance to Israel, would be isolated. The Islamic Republic of Iran would remain the only Middle East country without US military bases. After Iran, Washington would control the entire region, excluding possible competitors such as Russia and China. Palestine would be lost.

Nov 30 11:50

David Cameron will order ISIS leaders to be killed if MPs vote to support airstrikes in Syria and top of the hit list is mastermind behind Paris bombings 

David Cameron will order ISIS leaders to be killed if MPs vote to support airstrikes in Syria - and top of the hit list is a man believed to have been the mastermind behind the Paris massacre.

The Prime Minister told RAF commanders to target those at the head of the 'international attacks' unit, which was behind the mass killings and is now planning an attack in Britain.

At the top of the UK's 'kill list' is Sheikh Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, who is in charge of the ISIS unit, according to the Sunday Times.

The motion - expected to be tabled on Wednesday - will make clear explicitly that ground troops will not be deployed as part of the action, and highlight the support of the United Nations.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wander what odds London bookies are placing on when, if the British Parliament votes positively on this, there will be a direct military confrontation with Russia over Syria, which is there at the invitation of the Syrian government; the UK has not been invited to assist here at all.

I would also like to strongly caution Prime Minister Cameron that extrajudicial assassinations can be severely hazardous to the health of any Constitutional monarchy.

Nov 30 11:49

Putin: World leaders agree there was no need to shoot down Russian plane

"As for the downed Russian jet, of course I raised that theme at all the bilateral meetings which I had. I gave relevant explanations about what had happened. All the colleagues listened very attentively and most of them at least share the opinion that there had been no need to attack the unprotected Russian bomber, which was of no threat to Turkey," Putin told journalists. Putin didn't hold a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Le Bourget.

Nov 30 11:48


So, having established the Clintons' record of treating the United States like it is their own personal property, let us look at what is going on today.

The Clintons have set up a corporation called the Clinton Foundation, which presents itself as a charitable foundation. That status is in question as the paperwork to make it a legal 501(c)3 does not seem to exist. Moreover, the Clinton Foundation spends just a tiny fraction of its revenues on any real charities, with Bill and Hillary Clinton being the "charity" that receives most of the money. Portions of the Foundation are operating as cash "pass throughs" while a watchdog on real charities describes the Clinton Foundation as a "slush fund."

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Nov 30 11:48

Won't Someone Think of the Polar Bears?!?

maybe the reason schools are dumbing down students is so the propaganda will work better?

because the science doesn't survive inspection

Nov 30 11:46


The crimes, lies, and frauds of the Clintons are epic in scale, scope, and sheer audacity! Herewith is a by no means all-inclusive telling of the duo of deception, the marriage of mendacity, the couple of corruption!

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Nov 30 11:43


1. "There is a huge gap between us (Jews) and our enemies, not just in ability but in morality, culture, sanctity of life, and conscience. They are our neighbors here, but it seems as if at a distance of a few hundred meters away, there are people who do not belong to our continent, to our world, but actually belong to a different galaxy." Israeli president Moshe Katsav. The Jerusalem Post, May 10, 2001

2. "The Palestinians are like crocodiles, the more you give them meat, they want more".... Ehud Barak, Prime Minister of Israel at the time - August 28, 2000. Reported in the Jerusalem Post August 30, 2000

3. " [The Palestinians are] beasts walking on two legs." Menahim Begin, speech to the Knesset, quoted in Amnon Kapeliouk, "Begin and the Beasts". New Statesman, 25 June 1982.

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Nov 30 11:36

Legal system has failed the American people

Exclusive: Larry Klayman how reveals how 'judges have largely been bought and sold'

Nov 30 11:33

CNN reporter took orders from US State Dept

A reporter from American broadcaster CNN has found herself in the middle of a scandal. Declassified State Department emails show she was receiving orders from a government official.

Nov 30 11:29

China's Yuan To Become A Main Reserve Currency

The Chinese yuan will join a basket of the world's leading currencies, the International Monetary Fund announced Monday.

The IMF said that the yuan "met all existing criteria" to be included with the U.S. dollar, euro, Japanese yen and the British pound as one of the currencies used for the global organization's Special Drawing Rights, which serves as a standard for dealing with the financial reserves of its 188 member governments.

China is the world's second largest economy. Currency traders and economists say the move should encourage the government in Beijing to deliver on promises to make the yuan "freely tradable" and to open up its financial system. The country has historically pegged its currency to the dollar, giving it an advantage in exporting goods to the United States and helping it to emerge as a manufacturing powerhouse.

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It will be interesting to see this decision's ultimate impact on the US dollar.

Nov 30 11:25

Why I’m Closing My Bank Accounts While I Still Can

Just then the branch manager came over to the teller inside the cage. “Hi Mr. Gilani, is there a problem?” she asked.

“Yes, there is a problem,” I replied. “I’m trying to cash a check and first this young lady said she didn’t know me and couldn’t cash the check, then she said I’d have to fill out some forms to get my money out. What’s going on?”

The manager told me there were some “new rules” they had to follow. She acknowledged she knew me, telling the teller I was okay, but told me I’d still have to fill out the form.

“I am not filling out any form ever to take my money out of my account,” I stated. “Is that a federal law or is that this bank’s idea of customer service?”

“It’s just what we have to do now,” the manager replied.

So I looked at her as if to say, “Really? You’re not going to tell me why I have to fill out a form to take cash out of my account?”

Nov 30 11:24

Gold Demand In China Heading For Record and Reserves Increase 14 Tonnes In October

While gold prices continue to languish in the doldrums and are on course for their worst month since 2013, global demand and especially Chinese retail, investor and official demand continues to remain very robust. Indeed, China looks likely to see a new record demand for gold annually again in 2015.

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Increasing demand, yet gold prices keep being driven down?

Nov 30 11:24

Passports Required For Domestic Travel In 2016, But IRS Can Revoke Passports For Taxes

Think you only need a passport to board an international flight? In 2016, some fliers better have one to fly domestic, which means they had better be paying their taxes. It now looks as though your passport could be cancelled if you owe the IRS. The Real ID Act created a national standard for state-issued IDs. It hits air travel in 2016. Some states initially refused to comply, fearing that the feds would make a national database of citizens. Others cited high administrative costs and a 50% increase in fees for drivers. Most states are OK, but millions in Louisiana, Minnesota, New Hampshire and New York may have to start using a passport to fly domestically.

Nov 30 11:24

Chilling Video Shows NATO Member State Greeting and Providing Refuge to ISIS Militants

A video that seemingly bolsters Russian claims of Turkish government complicity with the Islamic State, highlights the casual relations between the terror group and Turkish officials.

Turkey has been accused of being one of the main benefactors of the ISIS terror group, accused of providing logistics, financing and military hardware. These accusations are particularly startling as Turkey is a member of NATO, a collective security group obligated to go to war if a member state is attacked. It would be a seemingly dangerous proposition to allow a state that basically props up the Islamic State, which then uses the group as a geopolitical weapon, to be in such a strategically important group.

Nov 30 11:13

Visa-free travel to US for EU citizens feared as loophole for jihadists

US President Obama says there is no current terror threat to the United States. Despite that, last week the US suspended a programme allowing Syrian and Iraqi refugees to come to America - over security concerns.

Nov 30 11:11

REVEALED: Bush and Blair went to war in Iraq despite South African intelligence proving no WMDs

Tony Blair went to war in Iraq despite a report by South African experts with unique knowledge of the country that showed it did not possess weapons of mass destruction, according to a book published on Sunday.

God, Spies and Lies, by South African journalist John Matisonn , describes how then president Thabo Mbeki tried in vain to convince both Blair and President George W Bush that toppling Saddam Hussein in 2003 would be a terrible mistake.

Mbeki’s predecessor, Nelson Mandela, also tried to convince the American leader, but was left fuming that “President Bush doesn’t know how to think”.

The claim was this week supported by Mbeki’s office, which confirmed that he pleaded with both leaders to heed the WMD experts and even offered to become their intermediary with Saddam in a bid to maintain peace.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Please remember, as things get perilously closer to war with Russia over Ukraine and/or Syria, that both American and British leaders have absolutely no problem lying to their respective citizenry about taking their countries to war, no matter how disastrously those wars may turn out.

It doesn't matter which party they belong to; if they feel that these wars will financially benefit those to whom they are most beholden (the 1% who own the major corporations), they will attempt to drag their countries into war, no matter how many of their citizens get killed or maimed for life.

Karl Marx got a lot of things wrong, but when he characterised all wars as economic in origin, he was completely correct.

Nov 30 11:09

U.S. Congress giving IRS authority to rescind passports to prevent citizens from leaving the country

Webmaster addition: So, the US Government wrecks the economy, but will "solve" the unpaid tax epidemic by prohibiting Americans from traveling to places where they can get decent paying jobs with which to pay their bills? Yeah, that makes a whole lot of sense. About as much sense as demanding travel papers from legal American citizens while allowing illegal immigrants and refugees to come and go as they please!

Plus, I don't think Congress or the IRS realize that in taking this step (not to mention all the commercials for tax resolution services) they are advertising the huge scale of tax non-compliance problem that is going on in this country right now!

Americans are broke. There is nothing more left for government or corporations to take. As Americans are ordered to buy something, such as Obamacare, they don't buy other things they might want or need. The net effect on the economy is nil, and the same for tax revenues.

Nov 30 11:07

Inconvenient truth about Global Warming

human progress has made the world more livable for humans

more of us survive because of industrialization and fossil fuels

Nov 30 11:01

Israel Backs Down from Claim That Google Agreed to Censor Palestinian Videos of Conflict

Editor's Update: Google released a statement in response to the Govt of Israel's claim of a censorship agreement: “Following media reports about a meeting last week between Google / YouTube executives and the Israeli Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, we wanted to clarify that this meeting was one of many that we have with policymakers from different countries to explain our policies on controversial content, flagging and removals. The Israeli Ministry for Foreign Affairs has corrected its original announcement which, in error, suggested there had been an agreement with Google to establish ‘a mechanism to monitor online materials.’"

Israeli daily Maariv said Hotovely will be working with Google and YouTube officials in a joint mechanism that will be in charge of “monitoring and preventing” any publication of materials deemed by Tel Aviv to be “inflammatory.”

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And Israel's serial genocide against Palestinians is NOT "inflammatory"?!? Give me a break here.

And if Google believed it had to issue a press release, walking back Hotovely's statements, it is obvious that whatever Hotovely stated was nothing more than a bare-faced lie about what precisely had been discussed and agreed upon at that meeting.

Nov 30 11:00

7 holiday scams and how to protect yourself

More than half of shoppers (52%) are concerned about identity theft this holiday season, according to a survey of more than 1,000 U.S. consumers by the credit union TransUnion. And they should be: The holiday season is prime time for scammers and identity thieves who hope to cash out as people become preoccupied with gift-buying, festivities and travel.

Here are seven scams and ways you can avoid being suckered:

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And all of them clearly beyond the ability of the NSA to find and stop!

Nov 30 10:59

Taking statins may prevent flu vaccine from working: Findings could have serious impact for public health campaigns because treatments are aimed at same group of people

Taking statins may put people at increased risk of falling ill with flu, researchers have warned.

The cholesterol-busting drugs, taken by millions of Britons, seem to stop flu vaccines from working properly.

According to two major studies published today, people who take statins have a significantly reduced immune response to the vaccines.

Nov 30 10:56

Moscow, Tehran move closer against background of intensified anti-terror strikes

Russian President Vladimir Putin concluded his first visit to Iran in eight years last week. Moscow and Tehran reaffirmed their joint stance over the Syrian crisis and cemented their bilateral cooperation in a number of arenas.

The main purpose of Putin's Iran trip was to draw Tehran over to its side in cracking down upon the Islamic State (IS). Last Tuesday, Turkey shot down a Russian Su-24 warplane near the Turkish-Syrian border. By strengthening Moscow-Tehran connections, Putin was attempting to take precautions against any potential negative effects the downing might exert on the Kremlin-led anti-terrorism coalition in the Middle East, in which Iran is included. Establishing a joint front in the region to fight against IS was one of the most urgent tasks of this visit.

Nov 30 10:54


The United Arab Emirates has secretly dispatched hundreds of Colombian mercenaries to Yemen to fight in that country’s raging conflict, adding a volatile new element in a complex proxy war that has drawn in the United States and Iran.

It is the first combat deployment for a foreign army that the Emirates has quietly built in the desert over the past five years, according to several people currently or formerly involved with the project. The program was once managed by a private company connected to Erik Prince, the founder of Blackwater Worldwide, but the people involved in the effort said that his role ended several years ago and that it has since been run by the Emirati military.

In addition to sending its own special operations troops, the U.A.E. has sent more than 400 Colombian troops to Yemen who had been training in the Emirati desert.

It is also a glimpse into the future of war.

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Hired mercs are nothing new in warfare.

But at this point, the Houthis are pretty well dug in, and unless the US-enabled Saudi military, combined with the UAE, are willing to go the distance in a huge war of attrition (which is where this conflict appears to be headed), I seriously doubt that they can make the kind of headway they want to re-install Al-Hadi as Yemen's puppet leader.

Nov 30 10:52

BEX ALERT - Sources: Paris attack suspect likely escaped to Syria

There are new developments in the search for a missing Paris attacker as sources tell CNN that Salah Abdeslam likely escaped to Syria. CNN's Alexandra

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Trying to come up with a justification for war on Syria after the Paris attackers all turned out to hold EU passports!

Nov 30 10:46


If Saudi Arabia won’t take in Syrian refugees, why should the United States? In recent weeks, we have heard a whole lot from Barack Obama about our “moral obligation” to take in refugees from Syria. Well, if there is a “moral obligation” to help these refugees, then why aren’t more wealthy Islamic nations stepping up to the plate? According to Amnesty International, since the beginning of the Syrian civil war Saudi Arabia has not accepted a single Syrian refugee. Neither has Kuwait. Neither has Qatar. Neither has the United Arab Emirates. These nations are absolutely swimming in money, and yet they have slammed the door on these desperately needy Islamic refugees. So what precisely does that tell us?

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The cold, hard truth is, even for the refugees who can speak English, there are no jobs out there for them, and that is because there are no jobs for 94 million Americans who want to work, but can find no work at all.

So what is the answer here?!? More public assistance from struggling states which are already near bankruptcy from attempting to comply with unfunded Federal mandates?!?

This policy of Obama's again demonstrates that one of the hallmarks of his executive decisions is the nearly pathological inability to think anything through to its logical conclusion.

Nov 30 10:44

WRH holiday cards, blank for your use!

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Over the last twenty some odd years my wife and I have gotten into the habit of creating our own holiday cards, given that commercially produced cards seem rather tepid in their efforts to be appealing to all.

Some years ago I started posting versions of our cards, minus WRH identifiers, for our readers to copy and use. Here is this year's batch of our most popular designs. Have fun!

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Nov 30 09:58

US knows ally Saudi Arabia is the source of terrorism : Disaster Capitalism author

When disaster strikes, people set aside their differences and band together, in order to overcome adversity. But for others, catastrophes mean big business and even bigger profits.

Nov 30 09:51

"Two-thirds of Americans want U.S. to join climate change pact"

A solid majority of Americans say the United States should join an international treaty to limit the impact of global warming, but on this and other climate-related questions, opinion divides sharply along partisan lines, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

Nov 30 09:49

Anti-Terror Op: Russian forces kill 3 ISIS-linked militants in Dagestan

Three armed militants who recently swore allegiance to Islamic State have been neutralized in Dagestan, North Caucasus.

Nov 30 09:49

Keiser Report: American Way! Bail out Bankers

In this special episode of the Keiser Report from New York City, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss short term gains for long term losses as our future chickens come home to roost.

Nov 30 09:49

Twelve Reasons Why The Paris Climate Talks Are A Total Waste

Over the next 10 days, 140 world leaders – including Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping and David Cameron – will descend on Paris to join 40,000 delegates at the UN’s COP21 climate conference.

Here is why they might just as well not have bothered.

Nov 30 09:45


The Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister, Member of Knesset Tzipi Hotovely, held meetings this week with representatives of YouTube and Google, to find ways of cooperating to censor Palestinian videos from occupied Palestine, videos she dubbed as “inciting violence and terrorism.”

Israeli daily Maariv said Hotovely will be working with Google and YouTube officials in a joint mechanism that will be in charge of “monitoring and preventing” any publication of materials deemed by Tel Aviv to be “inflammatory.”

Hotovely announced in a Hebrew-only press release that she met with YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, and Google’s Director of Public Policy, Jennifer Oztzistzki, at Google’s Silicon Valley Offices.

Nov 30 09:45


Nov 30 09:44

CIA AGENT: Millions have been spent to break up Yugoslavia

Robert Baer, a former CIA agent, says that millions of dollars were spent to smash the former Yugoslavia. When I arrived in January 1991 in Sarajevo task was to spread false information that the Serbian terrorists are about to attack the city, and thus to create panic, says Baer. Baer claims that then he and his colleagues received millions of dollars to influence politicians and the break-up of Yugoslavia.

- We bribed parties and politicians who incited hatred among nations - said Baer. He pointed out that a US senator during the war in B&H said that Srebrenica will be the main news on the world's front pages.

- He even told us that we have already established contact with the media - said Baer.

The former CIA agent, was arrested several times in recent years for revealing state secrets. He has published several books about the CIA, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

Nov 30 09:41

Russia targets Turkish economy over downed warplane

Russia on Thursday pledged broad retaliatory measures against Turkey's economy in revenge for the downing of one of its warplanes, as recriminations between Moscow and Ankara reached fever pitch.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan angrily rebuffed his Russian counterpart's demands for an apology and said Vladimir Putin had snubbed a phone call from him after Tuesday's incident.

The downing of the plane on the Syrian border has raised fears it could fuel a wider geopolitical conflict, and highlighted the difficulty of forging consensus on the fate of Syria as French President Francois Hollande held talks with Putin in Moscow.

While Russia ruled out any military retaliation against NATO member Turkey over the plane incident, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev gave his ministers two days to work out "a system of response measures" in the economic and humanitarian spheres.

Nov 30 09:34

Putin approves economic sanctions on Turkey

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree imposing a package of economic sanctions against Turkey.

Nov 30 09:33

Stones & plumes of tear gas as Mexican police clash with dissident teachers

Dissident teachers clashed with Mexican police in the state of Oaxaca on Saturday over education reform.

Nov 30 09:32

Global warming summit will produce '300,000 TONS of C02' as 50,000 people travel to Paris from across the world for two-week conference

The climate change summit in Paris that aims to tackle global warming will itself pump an estimated 300,000 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, it was claimed today.

Around 50,000 people including world leaders, businesses and activists are expected to travel from across the globe for the two-week conference in Paris which started today.

Most will arrive by plane from as far afield as New Zealand, Sydney and Bermuda, while others will arrive by train and car.

Nov 30 09:30

Northern California town colder than Barrow, Alaska, as deep freeze intensifies

A record cold snap continued across Northern California on Sunday, including more below-zero temperature readings.

Nov 30 09:29

Fairfield shivers under record cold

City residents who were out and about in the wee hours of Monday morning experienced firsthand record cold for the area as temperatures dipped into the low 20s.

Travis Air Force Base recorded a low of 22 degrees early Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service. The low in the Cordelia Villages area of the city was 23 degrees, according to Mike Pechner of Golden West Meteorology.

Both were record lows for the month of November, Pechner said. The previous record low for November was 26 degrees recorded on Nov. 20, 1964, he said.

Nov 30 09:28

More crashes, power outages as record cold lingers

A third day of record cold kept Central Oregon roads slick on Sunday and police and medics busy with another round of crashes, including a 2-vehicle crash on Highway 97 north of Bend that injured several people.

Nov 30 09:27

Record cold frosts Sacramento area, with ‘real storm’ on the way

Record-setting low temperatures iced Sacramento lawns early Sunday morning and put a wintery glaze over rooftops. At Sacramento Executive Airport, overnight temperatures plunged to 27 degrees, a record low, besting the former record of 28 degrees set in 2004 on that date.

According to the National Weather Service, downtown Sacramento reached 31 degrees, tying a record set in 1952.

Nov 30 09:26

Gov. Fallin declares state of emergency in wake of November ice storm

Governor Mary Fallin has declared a state of emergency for the entire Sooner State.

The huge ice storm glazed Oklahoma on Saturday, Nov. 28.

Nearly 100,000 Oklahoma homes were left without power, and countless cars and homes were damaged by downed tree limbs.

Nov 30 09:26

At least 14 dead as storms and ice hammer Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas

Ice accumulation was up to an inch thick in north central Oklahoma on one of the nation's busiest travel weekends. About 100 crashes were reported in the Texas panhandle and south Plains through late Friday.

Nov 30 09:23

Record-breaking cold temperatures chill Northern California

“Redding and Red Bluff have already broken their record lows for the date, and most other valley sites are currently within a couple degrees of setting record lows,” the National Weather Service in Sacramento said in a statement.

Redding clocked in at 27 degrees, which is three degrees colder than the previous record of 30 degrees set in 2006, according to the weather service.

Temperatures reached 28 degrees in Red Bluff, one degree below the old record of 29 degrees set in 2006.

Nov 30 09:22

Beijing braces itself for record breaking cold

Beijing could be set to experience record breaking cold this week, with temperatures set to drop to their lowest November levels since modern records began, reports China News Service.

Northern China's coldest November temperatures on record were minus 12.3 degrees Celsius on November 30, 1970. That record could be broken however with Sunday recorded as Beijing's coldest day in over 1,000 days.

After blizzard conditions on November 22, Beijing had temporary snow again on Tuesday, leading to frozen roads and cold weather warning announcements from authorities.

Peak daytime temperatures in Beijing this week are likely to stay under zero degrees, according to weather forecasts. Meteorologists have estimated that temperatures on November 26 and 27 will hit minus 12 degrees and possibly lower.

Nov 30 09:16

19 countries, 28 investors to partner up for clean energy research and development

Nineteen nations will pledge to double their research and development budget for clean energy technology Monday, while a coalition of the world's richest people will help fund companies to bring that technology to the masses.

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If they are trumpeting more research, it means the agenda to use carbon taxes to exert hegemonic control over the world's economy is a non-starter.

Nov 30 09:16

University of Chicago cancels all classes and activities on Monday due to credible threat of mass shooting

The University was informed by FBI counterterrorism officials today (Sunday) that an unknown individual posted an online threat of gun violence against the University of Chicago, specifically mentioning “the campus quad” on Monday morning at 10 a.m. Based on the FBI’s assessment of this threat and recent tragic events at other campuses across the country, we have decided in consultation with federal and local law enforcement officials, to exercise caution by canceling all classes and activities on the Hyde Park campus through midnight on Monday. All non-medical faculty, students and non-essential staff are asked not to come to the Hyde Park campus on Monday, or to remain indoors as much as possible if they are on campus. Students in College Housing are asked to stay indoors and await direct communication from College Housing Staff.

Nov 30 09:16

The Government Wants You To Forget It Will Still Collect Your Phone Records in Bulk

I Con the Record released two statements to mark the end of the Section 215 phone dragnet (which will take place at midnight tomorrow night): a statement and a “fact” sheet. They’re a curious mix of true statements, false statements, and probably false statements.

Nov 30 09:15

Syria: 75% Of Labour Members Against Airstrikes

According to Labour, there were 107,875 responses, of which 64,771 were from full individual party members.

An initial analysis of 1,900 responses showed 75% were against military action, 13% in favour and 11% undecided.

Nov 30 09:14

Obamacare's woes will disrupt 2016 presidential race

Obamacare is in trouble, and its problems are poised to disrupt the 2016 presidential race.

Not only will the law's mounting problems play a role in both the Democratic and Republican primaries, but complications surrounding the law are likely to explode into the public view next summer, just as the general election is beginning.

Nov 30 09:01

Littlehirosima: Where people come to die

I visited a hospice for the second time in my life. What did I experience? Nothing. Emptiness. A place where people die. The Gorlovka Hospice. In the bombed out, abandoned to its fate, unfortunate Gorlovka. I occasionally get asked– are there hospitals there? Are there retirement homes? Even orphanages that are still open? Yes, it’s all there. And life there goes on as usual, sort of. There are markets, shops, barbers. People go to work. Travel on buses. Haggle on the markets. Choose presents. And there are also hospices. Where people stayed and worked, despite getting no salaries at all for the last year. Who did not abandon the patients even under rocket and artillery fire. And the fighting there continues still…

Nov 30 09:00

France Shutting Down Prepaid Debt Cards

France is using the terror attack as the excuse now to shut down pre-paid debt cards. Terrorists can circumvent any restriction. It is like gun control. Criminal do not buy guns at a store. Like drugs, they are readily available on the streets. Regulations only impact honest people just like debt cads or whatever. I sent a Xmas give to a friend in Germany last year and they thanked me but added please do not send me anything else. They have to go to customs, wait in in line, and then pay a tax to receive just a gift.

Nov 30 08:57

Leftist thought police move to silence all criticism of abortion in aftermath of Planned Parenthood shooting

In the aftermath of the attack on a Colorado Planned Parenthood, media pundits, leftist physicians, and top abortion provider officials have gone on the record with their belief that speaking out against abortion in any way is a form of harassment that should be made illegal under threat of government force.

Nov 30 08:50

Man in prison for rape convictions cleared by DNA testing after 16 years

A California man who spent 16 years behind bars for sexual assault convictions was cleared on Monday after DNA evidence linked the crimes to another man.

Nov 30 08:46

No plans for Putin’s meeting with Erdogan in Paris — Kremlin

"The meeting with Erdogan (in Paris) is not planned, this meeting is not being discussed. There will be no such a meeting," Peskov told reporters.
Russia PM: Ankara holds strange position, refusing to apologize for Russian plane downing - "Unfortunately, the Turkish leaders are holding a very strange position. It has just been reported that the Turkish premier hopes that Russia will revise its response measures over the incident with the downed plane. And, at the same time, he has said that Turkey will never apologize for this incident. Comments are needleless," Medvedev said. http://tass.ru/en/politics/840348

Nov 30 08:40

Earth is ...

getting colder
67% (394 votes)
getting warmer
5% (32 votes)
staying the same
28% (163 votes)
Total votes: 589
Nov 30 08:39

Take the $100,000 Global Warming Believer Challenge!

Nov 30 08:38


Earlier his year, officer Christopher Kohrs, 38, was deemed “Hot Cop of Castro” and quickly became an internet celebrity. Kohrs was portrayed on social media as the good looking hero cop from San Francisco with an impeccable record. But this weekend, all that would change. According to a San Francisco Police Department news release, officer Kohrs rammed his Dodge Charger into two men who were crossing near Broadway and Montgomery streets in the city’s North Beach neighborhood.

Nov 30 08:38

'The situation exploded': Mass brawl at Berlin refugee shelter leads to arrests (VIDEOS)

A mass brawl involving hundreds of people broke out at a refugee shelter in Berlin on Sunday. Police made a number of arrests after being called in to restore order. The fight came just hours after a scuffle at a separate shelter left several people wounded.

The fight, which broke out at a shelter at the disused Tempelhof airport, erupted while lunch was being served.

"There were apparently many hundreds of people involved," a police spokesperson told Reuters.

Nov 30 08:38


Released a day before Thanksgiving, the U.S. Department of State disclosed its annual list of gifts from foreign governments to federal employees. Although the State Department publicly condemned Saudi Arabia for numerous human rights violations, the Saudi king gave President Obama and his family roughly $1.35 million in gifts last year. According to the Office of the Federal Register, many world leaders offered the president and multiple other federal employees lavish gifts throughout 2014. While British Prime Minister David Cameron gave Obama a photograph and facsimile telegram from Winston Churchill estimated at $440, Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud offered First Lady Michelle Obama $1.13 million in jewelry sets. As Prince William pompously gave the president a signed photographic portrait of Prince William valued at $888, the Saudi King sent $80,000 jewelry sets to Obama’s daughters.

Nov 30 08:31

Ukrainian army redeploys 277 tanks, heavy artillery pieces to contact line — DPR

According to Basurin, the Ukrainian forces over the past week have moved military hardware to the separation line in various settlements in the areas of the cities of Gorlovka, Mariupol and Donetsk. The Ukrainian armed forces have concentrated at the contact line a total of 111 artillery pieces (including self-propelled artillery weapons, the BM-21 Grad multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS), D-30 systems, 166 tanks, 147 infantry fighting vehicles and armoured personnel carriers, 26 vehicles with ammunition and more than 660 troops, including members of the Ukrainian extremist organisation Right Sector the activity of which is banned in Russia. "The military-political leadership of Ukraine, taking advantage of the ceasefire regime, is actively building up forces and redeploying the troops all along the contact line," Basurin added. Basurin said earlier on Monday that the Ukrainian armed forces 91 times opened fire over the past week on the DPR territory.