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October 2, 2015

Oct 02 09:02

Putin Calls Out Washington — Paul Craig Roberts

Last Wednesday (28 Sept 2015) the world saw the difference between Russia and Washington. Putin’s approach is truth-based; Obama’s is vain boasts and lies, and Obama is running out of lies.

By telling the truth at a time of universal deceit, Putin committed a revolutionary act. Referring to the slaughter, destruction, and chaos that Washington has brought to the Middle East, North Africa, and Ukraine, and the extreme jihadist forces that have been unleashed, Putin asked Washington: “Do you realize what you have done?”

Putin’s question reminds me of the question Joseph Welch asked witch-hunting Senator Joseph McCarthy: “Have you no sense of decency?” Welch’s question is attributed with initiating the decline of McCarthy’s career.

Oct 02 09:02


In a U-turn at the United Nations Human Rights Council, Western governments dropped plans Wednesday for an international inquiry into human rights violations by all parties in the war in Yemen that has killed thousands of civilians in the last six months.

The change of direction came as the Netherlands withdrew the draft of a resolution it had prepared with support from a group of mainly Western countries that instructed the United Nations high commissioner for human rights to send experts to Yemen to investigate the conduct of the war.

That proposal was a follow-up to recommendations by the commissioner, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, who detailed in a report this month the heavy civilian loss of life inflicted not only by the relentless airstrikes of the military coalition led by Saudi Arabia but also by the indiscriminate shelling carried out by Houthi rebels.

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Once again, the UN has proven itself the ugly and irrelevant stepchild of US foreign policy, where the US-enabled, Saudi slaughter of Yemenite civilians continues unabated.

This is the US and UN's message to the world; if you are looking at throwing out a western-backed thug, who does nothing for you or your country except extort its wealth and suppress the democratic process, be prepared for military collective punishment of your civilian population designed to beat you into submission, and into taking back the demagogue you kicked out in the first place.

I am thoroughly disgusted and chagrined that such an institution is allowed to describe itself as the arbiter for freedom, democracy, and human rights.

Oct 02 09:01

In Need of a Neo-Nuremberg

Raving lunatic and ex-POW snitch John McCain called the Russian action “a classic example of the Russians treating the United States with complete contempt.” Considering that the United States and NATO have been demonstrating nothing but contempt for international law for at least 14 years, that statement is as laughable as everything else that McCain says. He’s a dangerous buffoon. The fact that he and that demented woman from Alaska got as close to the Oval Office as they did still gives me agita.

Oct 02 09:00

Progress M-29M cargo spacecraft docks with space station

"The docking has been automatic," Roscosmos said. The spacecraft was launched on October 1 from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The Progress cargo ship will bring 2.3 tons of cargos to the ISS, the agency said. Thursday’s launch iwas the last one for the Progress M-M series, to be replaced by the Progress MS cargo ships with the next mission due on November 21. The Progress space freighter is expected to undock from the ISS on December 9. The spacecraft has delivered to the space station fuel, air, equipment and also other supplies for the cosmonauts and astronauts, including over 17 kilograms of fruits and vegetables, ketchup, juice, sauce, chocolate sweets, jam and peanuts. The current crew of the ISS comprises Russia’s Mikhail Kornienko, Oleg Kononenko and Sergey Volkov, US Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren, and Japanese astronaut Kimiya Yui.

Oct 02 08:59

How Steve Jobs Fleeced Carly Fiorina

Ms. Fiorina’s trainwreck stint at HP has been well documented. But I want to address one tiny but telling aspect of her misbegotten reign: an episode that involved her good friend Steve Jobs. It is the story of the HP iPod.

The iPod, of course, was Apple’s creation, a groundbreaking digital music player that let you have “a music library in your pocket.” Introduced in 2001, it gained steam over the next few years and by the end of 2003, the device was a genuine phenomenon. So it was news that in January 2004, Steve Jobs and Carly Fiorina made a deal where HP could slap its name on Apple’s wildly successful product. Nonetheless, HP still managed to botch things. It could not have been otherwise, really, because Steve Jobs totally outsmarted the woman who now claims she can run the United States of America.

Oct 02 08:58

Emergency situation regime imposed on Russia's Sakhalin island because of cyclone

"The emergency situation regime has been imposed in Yuzhno-Sakhalink and Korsakovsky and Dolinsky urban districts," the press service said. According to it, more than 100,000 residents of the region remain without power. In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk alone the cyclone has damaged 218 roof decks and caused 870 trees to fall down. In Nevelsk and Dolinsk, the hospitals’ roofs have been destroyed.
Powerful cyclone kills one, injures 16 in Russia’s Far East http://tass.ru/en/society/825525

Oct 02 08:53

Obama moves to dismiss case of Yemeni whose innocent relatives were killed in US drone strike

The US government has asked a D.C. court to dismiss the case of a Yemeni man whose family members were killed by a US drone strike, on the basis that he has no legal ‘standing’ to bring a case against them.

Earlier this year, Mr bin Ali Jaber filed a lawsuit against President Obama, seeking a declaration from a federal court in Washington, D.C., that the 2012 strike was unlawful and his innocent relatives were wrongfully killed. The Obama administration yesterday filed a motion asking the court to dismiss Mr bin Ali Jaber’s case entirely. They argued that Mr Jaber has no standing – i.e. that he has no legal right to bring his case in the US – and that whether a US drone killed his relatives is a ‘political question’ that no court should review.

Oct 02 08:53


The latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails released by the State Department this week show the federal government worked with CBS News to plant talking points into an interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

In a January 2011 email to Clinton, Philip J. Crowley, then assistant secretary of state for public affairs, confirmed that he had successfully “planted” numerous “questions and concerns” with 60 minutes for their upcoming report on Wikileaks.

“I just received confirmation from 60 Minutes that a piece on Julian Assange will air Sunday night. He will be the only person featured…” Crowley wrote. “60 Minutes assures me that they raised a number of questions and concerns we planted with them during the course of the interview.”

Crowley went on to inform Clinton, who has railed against Assange since Wikileaks’ inception, that their collusion with 60 Minutes would prepare them for a response to “the narrative Assange presents during the program.”

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Imagine my (absolute, complete absence) of surprise at this revelation.

Oct 02 08:53

US hiring slowed in September as global economy weakened

U.S. employers cut back sharply on hiring in September and added fewer jobs in July and August than previously thought - a sour note for a labor market that had been steadily improving.

Oct 02 08:52

US not looking for balance of interests with Russia on missile shield issues — Lavrov

"There are situations when we are ready to actively seek consensus on the most difficult global problems and the Iranian problem was considered almost unresolvable," Lavrov said. "But from time to time our partners are not ready for talks, without which it is impossible to reach consensus. For example it is the US missile shield plans."
World peace requires strict compliance with nuclear security accords — Russia FM http://tass.ru/en/politics/825508

Oct 02 08:51

Who’s Fighting Whom in Syria

The following graphic illustrates that many of those who want regime change in Syria are fighting each other:

Oct 02 08:49

Russia’s Lavrov says no plans for airstrikes in Iraq

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a UN gathering of world leaders, Lavrov said: "We are not planning to expand our airstrikes to Iraq. We were not invited, not asked."
"We are polite people, as you know. We don’t come if not invited," he said.

Russia wants UN to discuss declaration of non-interference into domestic affairs — FM http://tass.ru/en/politics/825489

Oct 02 08:49

Chris Harper Mercer, Oregon Gunman, Is Recalled as a Recluse Close to His Mother

In the offline world, Mr. Mercer’s mother sought to protect him from all manner of neighborhood annoyances, former neighbors in Torrance said, from loud children and barking dogs to household pests. Once, neighbors said, she went door-to-door with a petition to get the landlord to exterminate cockroaches in her apartment, saying they bothered her son.

“She said, ‘My son is dealing with some mental issues....

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Oct 02 08:48


One of the truly fascinating revelations in the recent Freedom of Information Act emails acquired from university professors who whore themselves out to Monsanto is the fact that mainstream media journalists are also Monsanto prostitutes.

These Monsanto operatives pretending to be journalists write for The Washington Post, New York Times, Discover, Slate, Nature and various "science" websites. Many of themopenly admit to being paid by Monsanto and gladly accepting the money. Then they turn around and write stories attacking clean food activists or hawking whatever GMO propaganda Monsanto is pushing that day.

It's all coordinated by sleazebag Monsanto front men like Jon Entine, a man seething with so much evil that he tried to strangle his wife in front of their own daughter, and installed surveillance equipment to spy on her activities in their own home, according to court documents published here on Natural News.

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The corporate purchasing of whorespondents is nothing new; it is simply that Monsanto has transformed these purchases into one of the most evil, despicable lying bully pulpits ever.

When it comes to your health, please think for yourself; if you allow people like these to think for you, you are taking extreme chances you really need to think about.

Oct 02 08:47

US Air Force official says Russia did not deliver strikes at US-backed Syrian opposition

Russia’s Aerospace Force did not deliver airstrikes at any groupings of the Syrian opposition supported by the US, the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Air Force in charge of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, General Robert Otto said on Thursday as he met with a small group or reporters, including TASS, at a Defense Writers Group breakfast. Since no such bombings took place, a question on what steps the US should take in case such situations occur is hypothetical, he indicated. "I think that is still being worked through," he said. "It hasn't happened, and so it's a what if at this point. And I think that commanders on the ground are working through that issue right now." When a reporter asked him if Washington might be prepared to establish full-scale operational antiterrorist cooperation with Moscow if an appropriate proposal came from the Russian side, Gen Otto said he personally could not see a situation where he would share intelligence data with the Russian side.

Oct 02 08:45

Roger Waters to Jon Bon Jovi: “You stand shoulder to shoulder with the settler who burned the baby”

Dear Jon Bon Jovi, David Bryan, and Tico Torres,

Often in the past I have written detailed, and sometimes even persuasive, letters to colleagues in the music business, encouraging them not to give succor to the Israeli government’s apartheid policies by performing in Israel. Having read Jon’s comments last week in Yedioth Ahronoth, I won’t waste my time drawing parallels with Apartheid South Africa and the moral stand that so many artists took then and that thousands are taking now in the face of decades of Israeli oppression of Palestinians.

So the die is cast, you are determined to proceed with your gig in Tel Aviv on October 3. You are making your stand.

You stand shoulder to shoulder

With the settler who burned the baby

Oct 02 08:44

Dead Man Walking: Richard Glossip vs. The Death Penalty

Just moments before death row inmate Richard Glossip was scheduled to be killed on Wednesday, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin issued a stay of execution citing questions over the execution protocol and the chemicals used for lethal injection. Richard Glossip’s case has attracted international attention. On Wednesday, Pope Francis urged Governor Fallin to commute the death sentence over questions of Glossip’s guilt. We speak to Sister Helen Prejean, one of the world’s most well-known anti-death-penalty activists. She is the author of the best-selling book, "Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty."

Oct 02 08:43

Washington Post Won’t Let Journalistic Integrity Stand in the Way of Scaring You Away From Sanders

The Washington Post‘s difficulties in separating its news and opinion pages showed up again in a piece by David Fahrenthold that warned the public against Sen. Bernie Sanders’ agenda in his presidential campaign. The piece is headlined “How Bernie Sanders Would Transform the Nation.”

Oct 02 08:43

In-Your-Face Absurdity: 90-Year-Old Auschwitz Survivor Survived Three Nazi Concentration Camps, Walked Out Of Gas Chamber Alive: "I completely lost my voice!

This is not a parody or a story from the onion. This was actually reported as fact by the corporate news. She recounts how she was "herded naked into a gas chamber" as a 21-year-old woman: She had no idea the Nazis had tried to kill her until a woman she knew said, "Don't you know what has just happened to you? You were in the gas chamber!" "I completely lost my voice," she said. "I just never realized I was in the gas chamber ... it must not have worked."

Oct 02 08:43

Russian, US defense officials discussed security of using aviation in Syria — ministry

"Yesterday, at the initiative of the American side, there was a video conference of Russian Defense Ministry and Pentagon officials. Safe use of aviation over Syrian territory and the role of the newly-created information center in Baghdad were discussed," Konashenkov said. The discussion was constructive and lasted for about one hour, he added.
Turkey keeps communication channels open with Russia amid Syria events — PM http://tass.ru/en/world/825511

Oct 02 08:41

Nobody believes the MSM narrative of the Oregon shooting

Oct 02 08:40

Defense Ministry disproves foreign media rumors about actions of Russian forces in Syria

"These pseudo-sensations are complete nonsense, not grounded in a factual basis. I’d like to draw your attention to the fact that today’s informational provocations had been concocted in haste before the start of the operation," Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on Friday. Thus he commented on some foreign media publications about the actions of the Russia Aerospace Force air group in Syria. He also said that the Defense Ministry was closely monitoring all the "stove-piping" cases, irrespective of the source of their origin.
It is crucial to support Syrian army in struggle against IS — former Italian PM http://tass.ru/en/world/825577

Oct 02 08:37

Russia is only country striking at Islamic State legally — Iran’s state-run news agency

"The US-led coalition is carrying out air strikes on Syria in violation of international law, because such actions on the territory of a sovereign state may be carried out only with the authorization of the UN Security Council or at the request of the authorities of the country," the statement says. "In contrast to the Pentagon’s statements, Russia not only declares the strikes on Islamic State but really delivers them at the positions of IS and other terrorist groups. Moscow is thus trying to put an end to the war and not to inflame it. It has no intention of reshaping the region." "America’s war against IS has failed, and now America does not want Russia and Iran to reach their goals in the fight against terrorist groups," Fars noted. "Caught unaware by Moscow’s actions, the US authorities condemn them.

Oct 02 08:35

West must choose whom to fight: Assad or terrorists — Russian MP

"If we discard propaganda workpieces, the Westerners’ dilemma, which there is no escaping, comes to the surface: Their coalition — is it anti-terrorist or anti-Assad?" he noted, adding that "the West was trying until the last moment to solve both problems simultaneously — those of Assad and of terrorists." "However, the two decisions do not coincide. Moreover, they are mutually exclusive. The elimination of one factor would inevitably strengthen the other," he wrote. There are no ‘good’ terrorists.
Iraq’s top Shiite cleric says fight against Islamic State should be expanded http://tass.ru/en/world/825692

Oct 02 08:34

Russia Is Destabilizing Syria… According To The People Currently Destabilizing Syria

In a move many consider to be an act of bitter defiance to the West, the Russian government appears to have significantly increased its military aid to the Syrian regime. This support hinges largely on the provision of providing advanced weaponry — such as tanks and artillery — training Syrian soldiers to use those weapons systems, and Russian-led airstrikesagainst ISIS. Unsurprisingly, Western media pundits and officials (and their devoted followers) are expressing renewed outrage over Russia’s involvement in the Syrian conflict — at the same time, excluding pertinent background information on Russia’s historical roots in the region.


Oct 02 08:33

At Structural Engineering Summit Two-Dozen Structural Engineers Sign AE911 Truth's Petition Many Still Don’t Know about WTC 7

During the eight hours of the trade show, Richard Gage, AIA, and Las Vegas structural engineer Steven Dusterwald spoke with more than 100 structural engineers from around the country and showed them the video footage of WTC 7’s symmetrical, free-fall destruction. Most had never seen it before and many had never even heard of WTC 7.

While some of the engineers needed more time to review the evidence — and we applaud them for taking the time to study it — roughly half of them quickly recognized WTC 7’s destruction as a controlled demolition and 24 took the courageous step of signing our petition. One cannot help but conclude that the single biggest obstacle to mobilizing the engineering profession to support a new investigation is the basic lack of awareness of WTC 7.

Oct 02 08:33

All prescription drugs have benefits and side effects.

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Includes a search engine to find out if your medication can trigger suicidal thoughts.

Oct 02 08:31

Indiana GOP’s House Leader resigns after texting sexually explicit video of himself cheating on wife to everyone on his “Contacts” list

The controversial House Majority Leader in Indiana — he cosponsored the state’s “religious freedom” law — resigned suddenly on Tuesday after a sexually compromising video was sent to all of the people on his “Contacts” list, the Advocate’s Bil Browning reports.

Oct 02 08:27


Oct 02 08:24

Russian jets carry out 18 sorties against 12 terrorist facilities in Syria over 24 hours

"This night, ten sorties were carried out. Pinpoint strikes were delivered on seven facilities of terrorists," Maj.Gen. Konashenkov said, reminding that the Russian air group in Syria includes Su-24M, Su-25 and Su-34. Late on Thursday, the Defense Ministry said during the day Russia’s warplanes conducted eights sorties against five facilities of the Islamic State. The airstrikes destroyed a command post and a communications point of the IS armed units near Dar Tazza, in the province of Aleppo, in Syria’s north-west. Sukhoi Su-25 fighter jets bombed a field camp of the IS gunmen near Maarrat al-Nu'man, in the Idlib province, completely destroying the terrorists’ bunkers, ammunition depots and fuel and lubrication materials, Konashenkov said.

Oct 02 08:21

Iran denies sending troops to Syria

Iran did not send its ground troops to Syria, IRNA news agency reported on Friday. "A high-ranking Iranian diplomat has refuted today as a blatant lie several foreign media reports stating that Iranian forces have arrived to Syria to participate in ground operations," the agency noted. IRNA reminded that one of such reports was published in the London-based Asharq Al-Alwsat Arabic international newspaper.

Oct 02 08:20

Oregon Shooter Uploaded Documentaries Of Mass Shootings, Conspiracy Theories, Porn Videos

He also uploaded numerous back issues of “Phenomena Magazine” about UFOs, ghosts and other paranormal activity. He also appears to have been interest in conspiracy theories, as indicated by titles such as “Lost Secrets of the Illuminati” and “All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars.”

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Well no WONDER he went cuckoo! :)

Oct 02 08:11

Antidepressant Paxil Is Unsafe for Teenagers, New Analysis Says

Fourteen years ago, a leading drug maker published a study showing that the antidepressant Paxil was safe and effective for teenagers. On Wednesday, a major medical journal posted a new analysis of the same data concluding that the opposite is true.

That study — featured prominently by the journal BMJ — is a clear break from scientific custom and reflects a new era in scientific publishing, some experts said, opening the way for journals to post multiple interpretations of the same experiment. It comes at a time of self-examination across science — retractions are at an all-time high; recent cases of fraud have shaken fields as diverse as anesthesia and political science; and earlier this month researchers reported that less than half of a sample of psychology papers held up.

Oct 02 08:10

How Britain’s Propaganda Machine Controls What You Think

On the one hand, just five individual Billionaires in Britain get to control 80% what you read in printed media and on the other hand, just five Internet Service Providers get to control what 87% of people get to see on their devices. Both are heavily influenced by government. It is no wonder what the public think is a misinterpretation of the truth. In fact, so far from the truth, it is more a departure from reality. Propaganda works!

Oct 02 08:09


The Australian Government is sure the Dutch Safety Board (DSB) investigation of the downing of Malaysian Airlines MH17 will fail to identify the precise cause of the crash, and will be inconclusive on who and what were responsible. A report, termed final by the DSB, is scheduled for release on October 13.

So certain of the outcome are Australian officials that since May they have been negotiating with the Dutch Government to extend for another year until August 2016 a treaty agreement for Australian police, intelligence agents and Defence Ministry officers to operate in The Netherlands. Without Australian bodies left to identify or repatriate, and only the debris of the MH17 aircraft in partial reconstruction in a hangar at the Hilversum Army Barracks, Dutch and Malaysian sources are questioning what purpose is served by the treaty extension.

Oct 02 08:08

US Satellites Work In Syria, But Not Ukraine

Several sources published satellite images of the Basil al-Assad airport on the 20th of September, made by the GeoNorth company. The image from the 19th of September, showed four Russian multi-role Su- 30SM fighters, followed by later images, showing in great clarity in high resolution, Su-25 ground support bombers and the interceptor fighter Su-24. Besides those, there were also images of Russian infantry fighting vehicles of the type BTR-82 and the main battle tanks T-72 or T-90.

Nothing comparable was presented last year during the western media hysteria, which spoke in almost daily unison of a Russian invasion. Instead, only rough-grained, black-and-white images of supposed Russian positions were shown, from which it wasn't possible to recognize what was shown, or where the images were taken and to whom the equipment actually belonged.

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We have crystal clear color images of Russian equipment in Syria but only grainy black & white photos with little dots on them to prove “Russan aggression” in Ukraine.

Oct 02 08:06

Bavarian Firms Demand End to Russia Sanctions

The Bavarian economy is demanding an end to the sanction against Russia. It’s especially the German automotive industry that apparently can’t do without the important Russian market now, after the VW scandal.

Oct 02 08:06

Obama’s Self-Deceit

President Obama, who has boasted of ordering military strikes on seven countries, chastised Russia and China for not abiding by the rules of international behavior, a breathtaking example of hypocrisy or self-deceit, writes Joe Lauria.

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Oct 02 07:58

Ukraine, Saudi Arabia and .. ISIS oppose Russian operation in Syria

The Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the State Duma Alexei Pushkov on his social network page expressed his surprise that there were only two countries in the international community – Saudi Arabia and Ukraine, which condemned the Russian air strikes on the positions of the terrorist organization "Islamic state" in Syria.

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Obedient US puppets on display.

Oct 02 07:57


Sheriff Joey Terrell and one of his deputies were shot and injured while responding to a domestic violence complaint that involved another officer. Terrell has been the subject of a number of reports at The Free Thought Project, because he is the law enforcement official who authorized the “no knock raid” that maimed and nearly killed a young toddler. Terrell then later broke a promise to pay the family’s medical bills when he left them to take care of it on their own.

Oct 02 07:54

The Wicked War on Syria: Hillary Clinton in Her Own Words

Clinton’s chapter on Syria is titled “Syria: A Wicked Problem”. It documents how the US and regional allies tried to overthrow the Damascus government. The “wicked problem” is that there was no easy way.

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Oct 02 07:53

Israeli army launches manhunt after couple killed

Oct 02 07:52

Netanyahu’s dreary and menacing UN speech provokes Internet mockery

Not since his famous cartoon bomb chart has a public appearance by the Israeli leader elicited so much mockery.

Oct 02 07:51

15 million T-MOBILE customers exposed in data breach

Global information services group Experian announced Thursday that one of its business units had been hacked. The breach occurred on a server that contained data on behalf of one of its clients, T-Mobile.

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The cloud at its best! When you put all the data in one place, it becomes a target.

Oct 02 07:50

ISIS planning ‘nuclear tsunami’

Nuclear annihilation across the globe. This is what a German reporter who successfully embedded with the Islamic State says the terror group is planning. Jurgen Todenhofer released his findings in a book titled “Inside IS - Ten Days in the Islamic State,” reports the UK’s Daily Express.

“The terrorists plan on killing several hundred million people. The west is drastically underestimating the power of ISIS. ISIS intends to get its hands on nuclear weapons,” says Todenhofer, calling the group a “nuclear tsunami preparing the largest religious cleansing in history.”

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Oct 02 07:49

Alabama Makes Photo IDs Mandatory for Voting, Then Shutters DMV Offices in Black Counties

The ‘decision to cut out ID services to almost all counties with a majority black population is discriminatory and wrong,’ says ACLU of Alabama.

Oct 02 07:45

Health insurance rate hikes upset Minnesota officials

Minnesotans who buy their own health insurance will pay more next year, in some cases a lot more.

Officials of the state Commerce Department and the MNsure Web-based insurance sales site Thursday announced insurance rates for Minnesotans who buy their own policies will rise 14 percent to 49 percent.

Oct 02 07:44

Detection of Blood Inorganic Mercury in Americans Rose 900% over 6 Years

Dan Laks analyzed data from the CDC’s National Health Nutrition Examination Survey(NHANES) and found that in the 1999-2000 NHANES survey, mercury was detected in the blood of 2 percent of women aged 18 to 49, that level rose to 30 percent of women by 2005-2006 (a 900% increase) and it was associated with a rise in liver, immune and pituitary dysfunction. This study was published in the peer reviewed journal, Biometals.

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And how do you get mercury in your blood? Vaccine preservatives! Mercury contributes to mental instability. Ever hear the phrase "Mad as a hatter?" Do you remember the charter of the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland? That is actually based on fact. Milliners used to use mercury to prepare fur to be pressed into felt, and the mercury vapors would make them go insane.

Oct 02 07:44


At the Oregon State Police news conference Thursday evening, Sheriff John Hanlin of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office in Roseburg, Oregon, announced that he would not name [Chris Harper Mercer] the alleged shooter behind the killing of nine people

Oct 02 07:42

Who is behind Syrian Observatory for Human Rights? Nimrod Kamer investigates for RT

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has been the prime source for MSM-aired news from the Syrian battlefield. But how much does one truly know about this UK-based organization and its director? Journalist and prankster Nimrod Kamer went to find out.

Oct 02 07:40

Spending Our Grandchildren’s Money

Oct 02 07:40


Having a baby in some Alabama hospitals can mean getting tested for drugs without a woman’s consent—and winding up in jail for a positive result. Alabama’s chemical endangerment law, in effect for nine years, spurred an investigation by ProPublica and AL.com into hospital drug-testing policies due to the law’s strict penalties.

Oct 02 07:40

Struggling With The Burden of Truth and Knowledge

The burden of truth and knowledge has always been a struggle for me personally. Some days, this struggle is so powerful that my head hurts from sorting through fact and innuendo; so much so that I just want to shout “enough” and give up the effort to stay enlightened.

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I know that feeling well. :(

Oct 02 07:39


A Yazidi slave girl has claimed the high-ranking ISIS commander who held her prisoner was a white American who directed the terror group's attacks and received personal letters from its leader. Nada, 19, told MailOnline that US citizen Abu Abdullah al-Amriki (the American), 23, boasted about how beautiful women from all over the world wanted to join him in Syria and that he always kept a vial of poison on him - in case he was captured in battle.

Oct 02 07:39

Putin Ushers in a New Era of Global Geopolitics

The positioning of Russian aircraft in Syria gives the Kremlin an ability to shape and control U.S. and Western operations in both Syria and Iraq out of all proportion to the size of the Russian force. It can compel the U.S. to accept a de facto combined coalition with Russia, Syria, Iran, and Lebanese Hezbollah, possibly in support of indiscriminate operations against any and all regime opponents, not just ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra. It may portend the establishment of a permanent Russian air and naval base in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Oct 02 07:38

How AmericanElections Became a Criminal Enterprise

We have grown complacent about our elections. We like to think that someone is in charge of the orderly ritual of designing, allotting, and counting the ballots. There are officials whose job it is to keep the roll of voters and supervise the count. There are bound to be a few errors and a few lost votes, but on the whole, our elections are well-conducted and honest.

In this essay, I hope to convince you that the entire electoral process is in grave danger, has been insidiously subverted, and will continue to erode unless we intervene. We can hope, but hope is not enough.

This is a call to action!

Oct 02 07:37

Netanyahu’s 44 seconds of silence at UN are being widely mocked — ‘pathetic,’ ‘creepy’

The silence is already being heralded by the cable stations as vintage Netanyahu theatrics, to go along with the cartoon bomb, but then the cartoon bomb was a dud too. And the silence is being mocked.

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Netanyahu didn't need a cartoon. He has become a cartoon!

Oct 02 07:33

Obama v. Putin: Their Debate on Crimea

The basic disagreement between U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin, and the source of the economic sanctions against Russia, and ’the new cold war,’ concerns the question of whether the process by which Crimea separated from Ukraine and joined Russia was, as Obama says, “aggression” by Russia, an illegal “seizure” of Crimea by Russia; or, on the other hand, as Putin says, a thoroughly legal and democratic act by the people of Crimea, to exercise their right of self-determination, via a referendum.

Oct 02 07:27

11% of Americans think HTML is a Sexually Transmitted Disease

Had a particularly raucous night that ended with you doing the walk of shame the next morning? Uh oh, hope you don’t get HTML. Just kidding! HTML is a programming language that’s used to make websites, but according to a new study from VoucherCloud andpublished by the L.A. Times, 1 in every 9 Americans–or exactly 11%–think HTML is actually a sexually transmitted disease.

Oct 02 07:02

Obama Administration and UN Announce Global Police Force to Fight ‘Extremism’ In U.S.

On Wednesday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced at the United Nations that her office would be working in several American cities to form what she called the Strong Cities Network (SCN), a law enforcement initiative that would encompass the globe.

This amounts to nothing less than the overriding of American laws, up to and including the United States Constitution, in favor of United Nations laws that would henceforth be implemented in the United States itself – without any consultation of Congress at all.

Oct 02 06:58

Taliban Claims It Shot Down U.S. Transport Plane In Afghanistan

The Taliban claimed early Friday that its jihadis were responsible for shooting down an American C-130 Hercules airplane, according to reports. Initial reports stated that at least 10 people were killed when the US plane crashed at an airport in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.

“Our mujahideen have shot down a four-engine US aircraft in Jalalabad,” Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said on Twitter. “Based on credible information 15 invading forces and a number of puppet troops were killed,” he added.

Oct 02 06:42

ARMED Air Force Vet Was on Umpqua Campus Was NOT ALLOWED to Assist Victims!

How do unarmed people stop armed men from helping.This story is getting really smelly! This guys' last name is..... get this Parker!

Oct 02 06:30

Good Russian TV News Report Showing Frontline Action in Syria

Syrian troops shelling ISIS with a Russian reporting crew with them.

Oct 02 06:18

Russia Bombs ISIS

The US Military by constant violations of their oath of office have become a totally discredited institution that is nothing more than an enforcer and collection agency for private banks and corporations.All Wars Are Bankers Wars,which makes the Joint Chiefs of Staff nothing more than Banker's Whores.
I am Disgusted and Ashamed!

After announcing it would conduct aerial operations in Syria, Russian warplanes struck Islamic State targets straightaway – in contrast to Washington’s campaign, attacking Syrian and Iraqi infrastructure targets, supporting its Islamic State foot soldiers on the ground.


Oct 02 03:15

Refugees in Holland complain of poor clothes, slow internet and not enough money

Refugees in an emergency camp in Holland complain that they are cold, that the clothes they are provided are not good, that the food is inadequate, that they are not provided with sufficient money and that in general the “camp service” is non-existent.

Oct 02 02:51

Refugee in Finland complains that the food is not good and is only suitable for dogs or women

About 70 asylum seekers marched yesterday afternoon seven kilometres from the Hiukkavaara refugee centre to the Oulu police station, escorted by police.

One Iraqi asylum seeker had carried with him a plate of white rice, declaring that it was fit for dogs to eat, and women, but not men like him.

The plate that the asylum seeker was so flamboyantly presenting to the media as dog food, was, indeed, rice, but without the beef and vegetable sauce, and the salad that goes with the dish.

October 1, 2015

Oct 01 21:51

Eight Laws Hillary Clinton Could Be Indicted For Breaking

As a former Justice Department official, I have, of late, been asked by both Democratic and Republican friends whether Hillary Clinton could be indicted for her email related actions. The simple answer is yes — she, and perhaps some of her senior staff, could be indicted for violating a number of federal criminal statutes.

Oct 01 21:49

The Mind of Mr. Putin

Putin concept of “state sovereignty” is this: “We are all different, and we should respect that. No one has to conform to a single development model that someone has once and for all recognized as the right one.”

The Soviet Union tried that way, said Putin, and failed. Now the Americans are trying the same thing, and they will reach the same end.

Oct 01 21:49

Hillary Clinton’s Email About Gay Parents Should Seriously Trouble Her LGBT Supporters

In late 2010, the State Department made an exceedingly innocuous change to U.S. passport application forms. Instead of listing “Mother” and “Father,” these forms would now list “Parent 1” and “Parent 2.” The change, the department declared, was “in recognition of different types of families”—namely, families with same-sex parents.
Mark Joseph Stern Mark Joseph Stern

Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was furious.

Oct 01 21:48

'60 Minutes' used 'planted' questions, Hillary Clinton email says

CBS's "60 Minutes" used questions "planted" by the State Department in a 2011 interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, a State Department aide told Hillary Clinton in a newly released email.

"I just received confirmation from 60 Minutes that a piece on Julian Assange will air Sunday night," Philip Crowley, the assistant secretary of state for public affairs, wrote to Clinton in 2011. "He will be the only person featured. We had made a number of suggestions for outside experts and former diplomats to interview to 'balance' the piece. 60 Minutes assures me that they raised a number of questions and concerns we planted with them during the course of the interview. We will be prepared to respond to the narrative Assange presents during the program."

Oct 01 21:45

Insult to our intelligence: New information war against Russia

Now there’s two possible explanations for the lightning fast way this new chapter in the “information war” against Russia has been launched.

The first is that the anti-Russian lobby have fantastic sources in Syria and know exactly who has been killed in air strikes moments after the bombs are dropped, or, in some cases possess clairvoyant powers and know who the victims will be even before the bombs fall. Also, that there are people on the ground with excellent high-speed Wi-Fi connections in a war zone who are able to post videos online of victims of Russian attacks with an alacrity that makes Usain Bolt look like a veritable slow coach.

Oct 01 21:45

11 confirmed dead in US transport plane crash in Afghanistan

An American C-130 transport plane has crashed in Afghanistan, killing at least 11 people, a US defense official has said. Among the dead are several US troop members and contracted civilians whose nationalities have not been disclosed.

The Taliban has claimed responsibility for shooting down the C-130, according to AFP. However, this information has not yet been confirmed, and US authorities previously denied any hostile engagement.

Oct 01 20:09

More Russian air raids against ISIS Thursday, landing ships in Mediterranean to engage in operation

Moscow, SANA –The Russian Air Force carried out more air strikes on 12 ISIS positions in Homs, Hama and Idleb as part of the agreement between Syria and Russia to eliminate ISIS......

Oct 01 19:54

The Oregon Shooting at Umpqua College. Here are some immediate red flag questions

A Chris Mercer, 26 has been identified as the shooter at the Oregon Umpqua Community College

I have some questions about this already.

First, WHY did they confiscate all the phones from the students that were in the college during the shooting? I have never heard of phones being confiscated except when there are pictures and videos that authorities do not want made public.

Second, It happened in the county where the sheriff there stands by the people's constitutional rights to bear arms and refused to enforce any gun control by the federal government.

Oct 01 19:28

Chris Harper Mercer’s Politics: What You Need to Know

The man suspected of killing multiple people at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, identified himself as a Conservative Republican on his dating profile at Spiritual Passions. The shooter has been named as Chris Harper Mercer, 26. On that site, Harper Mercer says that he is mixed-race.

Speaking to the Roseburg News Review, a witness said that Mercer asked students their religions before shooting them. He is 26 years old and was not a student at the school.

On that dating site, Harper-Mercer makes it clear that he hated organized religion but regarded himself as a spiritual person.

Despite identifying himself as a conservative, on his MySpace page, Harper-Mercer posted numerous photos of the Irish Republican Army’s provisional incarnation. That group was openly fighting for a socialist Irish republic, which would be at odds with Harper-Mercer’s conservative leanings.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If he hated organized religion, why didn't he attack a church?

And more to the point, what medications was he on or withdrawing from?

Oct 01 19:10

Chris Harper Mercer identified by CBS as Oregon college shooting suspect

The gunman was identified late Thursday by CBS News. Mercer was 26, according to CBS, which cited law enforcement sources. The Douglas County Sheriff earlier identified the gunman was a 20-year-old man but did not identify him.

Oct 01 19:09

UPDATED - Some Zionists Are Using Exaggerated Hysteria to Destroy Free Speech on UC Campus

There is something very disturbing going on with the University of California school systems that is more serious than over-inflated allegations of anti-Semitism and hate crimes on college campuses in California, and that is special interest bully pulpit attempt by some Jews to get regulations passed that outlaw any kind of speech that that basically rejects the Zionist project in Israel as a Jewish State. This is a very serious attack on free speech in one of America’s college systems. Trying to broaden the definition of anti-Semitism as “denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination and denying Israel the right to exist” is clearly political blackmail. For several years now various Jewish right-wing organizations and individuals have been waging a political battle against criticism of Israel and Zionism and now it is focusing more and more on American campuses. See video: BDS Grows Across College Campuses.

Oct 01 19:06

Jordan condemns Israel closure of Al Aqsa, warns of consequences

Jordan on Thursday condemned the continued closure of Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem by the Israeli forces and its detaining of worshippers.

Government Spokesperson and Minister of State for Media Affairs and Communications Mohammad Momani said the Jordanian government is “angered” by the Israeli violations and this unprecedented aggression motivated by the Jewish holidays.

Momani said Jordan rejects both the geographical and time-based divisions of Al Aqsa.

The Israeli forces on Thursday resumed their military-imposed closure of Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, allowing Jewish settlers to tour Al Haram Al Sharif compound.

The Israeli forces restricted entry for Muslim men and women under 50, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

Momani warned Israel of the consequences of such an unprecedented threat that cannot be accepted by any Muslim.

Oct 01 19:05

A rebel group in Syria's Idlib says Russian strikes just hit US training sites

Russian airstrikes have hit a US training ground for vetted Syrian rebels in Syria's Idlib province, Reuters reported Thursday.

Idlib-based Liwa Suqour al-Jabal's were hit with some 20 Russian missiles in two separate attacks on Thursday, the group's commander, Hassan Haj Ali, told the news agency.

Oct 01 19:04

Israeli violations ‘threaten religious war’ — Judeh

The recurrent Israeli violations, especially at Al Aqsa Mosque, “carries the threat of igniting a religious war”, the deputy prime minister said, urging Israel to stop its aggression immediately and respect the holy sites that are under the custodianship of His Majesty King Abdullah.

The first seed of privation was depriving the Palestinian people, over seven decades, of their right to achieve their national and historic ambition of establishing an independent state on their national soil, Judeh said.

Judeh added that the only way to resolve the matter is through a two-state solution, establishing an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital on the June 4, 1967 borders.

Oct 01 19:04

Jordan expects invitation to Russia-hosted meeting on Syria

Jordan expects to be invited to attend an international contact group on the Syrian crisis set to be held in Moscow this month, an official source said Thursday.

On Monday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov told Russian news agency, RIA Novosti, that a contact group that includes Russia, Iran, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and Egypt may meet in Moscow this month to discuss the Syrian crisis, adding that other regional players may also be invited.

The Russian official said the level of participation in the meeting has not yet been determined.

Oct 01 19:03

Mid-East Coup: As Russia Pounds Militant Targets, Iran Readies Ground Invasions While Saudis Panic

Back in June, the commander of Iran’s Quds Force, Qasem Soleimaini, visited a town north of Latakia on the frontlines of Syria’s protracted civil war. Following that visit, he promised that Tehran and Damascus were set to unveil a new strategy that would “surprise the world.”

Just a little over a month later, Soleimani - in violation of a UN travel ban - visited Russia and held meetings with The Kremlin. The Pentagon now says those meetings were “very important” in accelerating the timetable for Russia’s involvement in Syria. The General allegedly made another visit to Moscow in September.

The timeline here is no coincidence. Iran has long provided covert and overt support to the Assad regime via financial transfers, logistical support from the Quds, and via the involvement of Hezbollah in the Assad government’s fight to regain control of the country.

Oct 01 18:52

77 % of Americans believe that "mandatory minimum prison sentences for non-violent drug offenders should be eliminated so that judges can make sentencing decisions on a case-by-case basis."

Leading Senators appear to have reached agreement on a criminal justice reform package that will likely include some changes to how mandatory minimum sentences are applied to drug offenders.

Oct 01 18:48

Alabama Demands Voter ID--Then Closes Driver's License Offices In Black Counties

What happens when a state with a tough voter ID law suddenly makes it much harder for minorities to get driver's licenses? We are about to find out in Alabama.

Oct 01 18:13

Top U.S. physicist claims global warming is a “scam”

Harold Warren Lewis, a respected physicist who had previously advised both the U.S. Government and the Pentagon on various matters including missile defence and nuclear winter, shocked his peers when he disseminated his letter of resignation from the American Physical Society.

Lewis accused the American Physical Society of supporting “the global warming scam, with the trillions of dollars driving it that has corrupted so many scientists.” The physicist’s letter contained a number of complaints, including the APS’ lack of a response to his endeavours to gather a committee to evaluate evidence for a human link to climate change. Lewis revealed that global warming was “the greatest and most successful pseudoscientific fraud” he has even seen in his career.

Oct 01 18:12

Afghanistan Hercules crash: At least 11 dead

At least 11 people have died after a US Hercules aircraft crashed at an airport in Afghanistan, the US military says.

Oct 01 18:12

Disgusted, Russia Officially Gives Up Any Pretense of “Dialog” With the AngloZionist Empire

It is painfully clear that Russia considers the USA an arrogant bully which Russia can stop and that Russia considers the regimes in power in the EU as voiceless colonies. Equally clear is the fact that the Russians are fed up with trying to plead or reason with anybody in the West. The Americans are too arrogant, the Europeans too spineless.

Oct 01 18:11

Was Oregon shooter being encouraged by others in this chat room?

"In this very clearly hypothetical situation you actually shoot people in your high school or college, try to aim for shitty people at least. Spare the kind fools, humdrum druggies, and churchies and go for he whom really terrorises the populous: Chads and Stacies who have scorned many and yourself.

"You'll do the world a favour by purging part of the population that only exists to consume resources and act for themselves. "

Oct 01 18:01

Bahrain pulls ambassador from Iran, expels Iranian ambassador

Bahrain recalled its ambassador to Iran and declared the Iranian acting charge d’affaires in Manama persona non-grata and gave him 72 hours to leave the country.

Oct 01 17:56

How the Refugee Crisis Is Already Wrecking German Society

As foreign refugees continue to flood into Western Europe, one country in particular stands out for bearing the brunt of the refugee crisis. Germany has embraced more of these people than any other nation in the EU, and it looks like the fabric of their society is beginning to buckle under their weight. This isn’t happening in a cataclysmic sort of way (at least for now), but the crisis is clearly affecting the lives of the average German, and not in a good way.

I’m sure the German government thought that everything would be hunky dory. They probably assumed that these refugees would one day make an excellent cheap labor source to shore up their falling birth rates, and Germany’s citizens would embrace the downtrodden foreigners with open arms. Of course, nothing of this magnitude is ever that simple. You can’t make an omelet without cracking a few eggs, and in this case, the native Germans are the eggs. Here’s what the average German has been dealing with in just the past week:

Oct 01 17:54

Another Mass Shooting Just in Time to Flip the Script

The truth is, we don’t even need to hear the gory details.

We don’t need to know the shooter’s name, his background, what psychotropic meds he was on. We don’t need to know the victim’s names and hear their harrowing tales recanted on CNN, FOX, and MSNBC.

We don’t have to wonder why he’s dead now. We know dead men tell no tales.

If you are wasting your time looking that close, you already missed the sleight of hand magic trick.

All that matters is that stories about Putin calling the U.S.’s bluff in Syria and airstriking of the very ISIS terrorists that the CIA trained, armed, and funded have been knocked off of the mainstream U.S. media’s front page news in lieu of yet another curiously timed mass shooting.

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Oct 01 17:37

The Syrian Arab Army Kills Rats in Dara'a, Quinetra and Latakia.

The Syrian Arab Army have begun to take advantage of the extra support legally called in to the country of Syria by its legitimate president Bashar Al Assad. However this has seemed to anger the mass media with Syrian Observatory for human rights now taking meth 24/7 to produce propaganda with no evidence what so ever of any civilians killed. And as we all know well at Liveleak, they love to portrait dead children and people around the place like some war trophy.

Wit Russian Bears in the sky and Terrorists now shitting themselves this war could take a turn down a path many have thought about. All in all Russian presence fucks with their plans and will not make it easy as the S 300 is established right across the country.

Oct 01 17:18

Cop Threatens Innocent Pregnant Woman and Her Fiancé with a Shotgun for Filming Them

Memphis, TN – A video uploaded to Facebook yesterday afternoon, is causing serious backlash against the tactics being used by police to serve an arrest warrant.

As the video begins, several heavily armed men can be seen arresting a man who appeared to be fully compliant with their instructions. Within seconds this “typical” arrest would become yet another example of the incredulous behavior we so often see in the Police State.

As the camera pans upward, one of the men noticeably has his weapon trained on the man filming the incident. The man filming immediately asks them why they have a gun pointed in his direction, to which one paranoid cop replies, “So we don’t get shot.”

Oct 01 17:17

Silver Coin Shortage Is Now a Global Phenomenon

While the price of silver has reached a 5 year low, demand continues to surge in the opposite direction, and not just in the United States. Reuters reports that both the US Mint and the Canadian mint had to ration their supply of silver coins last Summer, while Australia’s Perth Mint had record sales this month. They sold over 2.5 million ounces of silver in September, which was 4 times more than what they sold in August.


Oct 01 15:46

Welcome home, 500 years later: Spain offers citizenship to Sephardic Jews

In 1492, as every American schoolchild knows, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain sent Christopher Columbus on a fateful voyage to India that ended up changing the history of the world.

But 1492 was also a dolorous year in the history of European Jewry. On March 31, 1492, Spain’s hard-line Catholic rulers issued a decree offering Jews in the country a terrible choice: Convert to Christianity or get out. Many fled, giving rise to a worldwide diaspora of “Sephardic” Jews, after the Hebrew word for Spain.

More than 500 years later, descendants of those Jews now have a chance to return to their ancestral homeland, after the Spanish government’s approval in June of a much-discussed proposal allowing Sephardim to apply for Spanish nationality. The law took effect Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No thanks.

Oct 01 15:44

Americans hailed as heroes for foiling train attack

Anthony Sadler, a senior at Sacramento State University, was traveling with childhood friends Stone, of Carmichael, California, and Alek Skarlatos, a National Guardsman from Roseburg, Oregon.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now there is a weird coincidence!

Oct 01 15:35

The Anti-Russian Lying Machine in Action

Seymour Hersh has risked much over his decades of journalism. He is a true journalist who has been attacked, slandered, and shunned by all sides simply because he seems to resist taking any side.

When he reported on US atrocities in Vietnam, he was first attacked and denounced as a traitor or worse. In time, both the truth and Hersh were vindicated and the importance of what he did as a journalist to both inform the public and serve as a check and balance against the special interests of ruling power were recognized with a Pultizer Prize.

Oct 01 15:32

Islamic State militants attack forces guarding Libya oil port: official

Islamic State militants attacked forces guarding one of Libya's main oil ports on Thursday with a gun assault and an attempted car bomb in an escalation of their campaign in the North African state, a local security official said.

Oct 01 15:30

US Can’t Find 9 CIA Trained Rebels in Syria, but McCain Claims Russia Did

It seems real scary, eh? Those "bad" Russians are doing no good in Syria, harming "good" Syrian militants trained by the CIA. Except a few weeks ago the US Department of Defense (DoD) announced that they had no idea where "their" rebels were.

Oct 01 15:17


BREAKING: Here in my home town of Roseburg Oregon
Shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg
I just got back from my errands and have not had a chance yet .. but I will be on the phone to the college to set up interviews

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Facebook page from someone near the scene of the Umpqua shooting in Oregon.

Oct 01 15:15

A Spoiled Deal: How a Dispute Over Dairy Helped Sidetrack the Trans-Pacific Partnership

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been on many people’s minds lately, especially Canadian voters who are preparing to go to the polls on Oct. 19. The massive trade pact includes 12 countries at different stages of economic development, covering some 40% of the world’s economy. It is being negotiated in secret, without consultation from lawmakers in the nations signing on, let alone the citizens of those nations.

Oct 01 15:12

Showdown at the UN Corral – Raimondo

If there was any doubt that Washington has learned absolutely nothing since George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq, then President Obama’s address to the United Nations has confirmed the world’s worst fears. It was an oration that combined the most egregious lies with the wooly-minded “idealism” that has been such a destructive force in world affairs since the days of Woodrow Wilson.

Question: Were these US-funded Good Guys (in Syria) always Bad Guys in an ill-fitting disguise?

Oct 01 15:03

Lavrov refutes accusations that Russian airstrikes did not target ISIS

US military officials have alleged that Russia’s air strikes against Islamic State are not actually hitting their stated target.

Oct 01 14:47

Selling Access to Pope Francis

As much as Pope Francis criticized hyper-capitalism’s cruelty to the poor and the middle class, it was business as usual for the Catholic Church bureaucracy, selling access to the Pope’s events with front-row seats going to well-heeled benefactors, notes Michael Winship.

Oct 01 14:44

Russian anti-terror op in Syria Live updates

Looks like Obama just lost the Germans.

01 October 2015
20:38 GMT

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the Syrian civil war could be stopped only with Russia’s help as she spoke of the means by which the refugee crisis could be resolved and how to tackle the issues making people flee their homeland.

“That's particularly true of Syria, where we have all known for years that there can only be a solution with Russia and not without Russia,” Merkel said in her speech in eastern Germany, which marked the forthcoming 25th anniversary of the German reunification.

Oct 01 14:36

Shooting at Umpqua Community College, Oregon

Umpqua Community College is a posted Gun Free Zone

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well, THAT worked out really well, didn't it; just like the DHS suggestion that students and teachers stab shooters with scissors!

Oct 01 14:30

Oregon Shooting: Obama Administration Says This...

Up to 10 people were tragically killed at a shooting at a community college in Oregon this morning.
Of course, instead of trying to unite the country the Obama
Administration comes right out in talking about the need for gun
control. It’s sickening when they use the wake of a tragedy to push an

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If just one teacher had carried a gun, there would only be one dead person instead of 13.

Oct 01 14:25

Hillary Clinton can’t defeat GOP rivals

Hillary Clinton, the leading US presidential candidate from the Democratic Party, is losing ground to her Democratic rivals and is incapable of defeating her Republican opponents in the 2016 presidential election, an investigative journalist in Florida says.

Oct 01 14:18

Fox News Legal Analyst Predicts FBI Will Recommend Hillary Clinton be Indicted for National Security Crimes

According to the Associated Press:

“The Petraeus emails, first discovered by the Defense Department and then passed to the State Department’s inspector general challenge…Clinton’s claim that she has handed over the entirety of her work emails from the account.”

Appearing on Fox News’ “The Kelly File,” Judge Andrew Napolitano predicted Clinton’s defense, saying:

“She’s going to argue–because she stated…that she’s not a technical person, and she didn’t pay attention to emails, and she doesn’t understand exactly how the entire email system works–I’m afraid that’s not an argument that the judge wants to hear, and will essentially fall on deaf ears.”

Speaking to potential legal action, Napolitano added:

“I think that the FBI will recommend to the Justice Department that she be indicted.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I disagree. I predict the FBI will say they have found no evidence justifying criminal prosecution.

Oct 01 14:07

Huge anti-austerity protest expected during Tory conference in Manchester

North West England is bracing for anti-austerity protests coinciding with the weekend’s Conservative party conference in Manchester.

Oct 01 14:07

Russia defending Syria from US-led terrorist invasion: American journalist

Russia has launched airstrikes against Daesh (ISIL) terrorists at the request of the Syrian government to defend the country from a US-led invasion, an American political commentator and journalist says.

Oct 01 14:04

German court clears the way for military deployments without parliamentary approval

With last Wednesday’s decision, the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, Germany further weakened the requirement of parliamentary approval for foreign deployments of the military. The ruling strengthens the powers of the executive branch to organize and carry out unauthorized foreign deployments.

Oct 01 14:04

The World’s Biggest Prison System

The Empire holds by far the most prisoners than any other country on earth, in both absolute numbers and per capita. In this edition of The Empire Files on teleSUR, Abby Martin explores the dark reality of US prisons: their conditions, who is warehoused in them and the roots of mass incarceration.

Oct 01 13:54

Investments Drop at a Record Pace: “Frightened Investors Withdrew Near Record $63 Billion”

It represents another sign that zero percent interest has screwed over the real economy.

“Investors fled U.S. mutual funds in August. Domestic funds suffered more than $60 billion in outflows over the past three months, among the most severe redemptions in thirty years."

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