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April 23, 2018

Apr 23 07:03

Pentagon: F-35 Can Achieve Missile Defense Capability if More Money Spent

Lockheed touts the F-35 as a 'do it all' airplane, a boast which has led to skyrocketing costs, delivery issues and quality control problems. The total program cost of the F-35, accounting for R&D, procurement and operations is now estimated at a staggering $1.6 trillion over 60 years.

Apr 23 07:03

Family of girl, 14, 'raped and murdered' in park tell internet trolls to stop speculation and making threatening online posts

Viktorija Sokolova was found in Wolverhampton's West Park about 7am April 12
Post-mortem revealed the Lithuanian-born girl had suffered blow to the head
A 16-year-old boy previously appeared in court charged with rape and murder
West Midlands Police have asked for 'threatening and inaccurate' posts to stop

Apr 23 06:58

US sanctions on Turkey for Russia purchases could ground Brit F-35s

Uncle Sam has raised the possibility of sanctions against Turkey for buying Russian anti-aircraft missile systems – putting the UK's supply of overhauled F-35 fighter jet engines at risk.

US government official Aaron Wess Mitchell threatened action if the Middle Eastern/ European nation completed its purchase of Russian S-400 anti-aircraft defence systems,


This is because Turkey is an F-35 customer. Testing F-35s against a Russian-made air defence system inevitably raises fears that vital information on neutralising the F-35 threat would then be handed to the Russians on a plate.

Apr 23 06:40

Trump Ready to Nix Nikki?

Nikki Haley, the fiery US ambassador to the United Nations, seems to have crossed swords with her boss in the White House. President Trump is said to have taken to shouting at the TV whenever he sees her making statements.

There seems little doubt that the former South Carolina governor who was once such a rising star in Team Trump has now fallen out of favor with the president.

Such rapid reversal in fortune is par for the course for those who work for Trump. Rex Tillerson, HR McMaster, and many other senior members of his administration, have all been ditched by the president at a moment's notice, usually via his Twitter feed.

Nikki Haley would likewise be advised to watch her back

Apr 23 06:24

At least 30 killed by ISIS attack in Afghanistan

At least 31 people were killed and more than 50 others were injured in an explosion carried out by a suicide bomber at a voter registration center in Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul on Sunday, Tolo News TV channel wrote on Twitter.

“The ministry of public health spokesman Wahid Majroh confirmed the death toll in Sunday’s deadly bombing in Kabul has risen to 31,” it said.


Apr 23 06:17

Iran Warns Rest Of World: "No Plan B" On Nuke Deal, "Encourage Trump" Or "We Shred It"

"It is either all or nothing. European leaders should encourage Trump not just to stay in the nuclear deal, but more important to begin implementing his part of the bargain in good faith... there is no 'Plan B'..."

Apr 23 06:16

Western-Backed Regime Change Looms As Armenia PM Resigns Following Mass Protests

After 11 days of mass protests and violent clashes over the perceived power-grab following the outgoing Armenian President's election to Prime Minister, Serzh Sargsyan has resigned and police have released opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan.

Apr 23 06:15

THESE Cities Have the Biggest Gap Between Rich and Everyone Else! MASSIVE Income Inequality!

Have you noticed more luxury cars and big houses being built, while seeing more homeless on the streets in your city? The gap between the rich and the poor seems to be everywhere.

Apr 23 06:14

Fox News Commentator, Former Adviser To Trump’s Presidential Campaign Defends ISIS

WASHINGTON D.C., The United States – A Fox News commentator and former presidential campaign adviser to Mitt Romney and Donald Trump has gone on record on Twitter to defend ISIS.

Earlier today, Professor Walid Phares tweeted: “Assad air force is bombarding Palestinian refugees camp, Yarmuk, not far from Damascus while his ally Hassan Nasrallah of Hezbollah is threatening wars to “defend the Palestinians.” Is it a war to stop Assad strikes against the Palestinians, perhaps?”

Just one problem…

The Palestinian Yarmouk Camp is controlled by ISIS.

There are many strange things with this position, besides the obvious fact he is defending against the Syrian Army’s and their allies offensive against ISIS


Apr 23 06:08

Gun sales surged in the two months after the Parkland shooting as owners worry about possible new gun control laws

Two months after the death of 17 people at a school shooting in Florida gun makers' stocks and firearm sales have surged.

Uproar over the murders continue to stoke debate about regulation ahead of November's elections, with students across the United States planning a walk-out on Friday, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre.

The Parkland shootings sparked the strongest push for gun control in years.

Expectations of new regulations have sent gun owners worried about potential restrictions to stores to stock up - benefiting gun makers.

Apr 23 06:04

Study finds that animal vaccines have no safeguards against contamination and contribute to serious pet diseases like cancer

Most of us are incredibly attached to our pets. As such, we do everything we can to prevent them from getting ill, including getting them vaccinated at the intervals recommended on the schedules we receive from their veterinarians. What we might not realize, however, is that in getting them vaccinated we may be exposing them to very dangerous retroviruses, some of which have been linked to cancer and other fatal animal diseases.

Apr 23 05:59


Iran dumps dollar for euro in foreign trade transactions

As part of its years-long effort to reduce reliance on US currency amid a deepening standoff with Washington, Tehran has announced it will start reporting foreign currency amounts in euros rather than dollars.
The Iranian currency has lost almost half of its value on the free market since last September. The rial has plunged to a record low of about 60,000 against the dollar before authorities set a fixed rate of 42,000 and warned Iranians they would face penalties for using other rates.


Apr 23 05:51

Musta'ribeen, Israel's agents who pose as Palestinians

Musta'ribeen are an elite Israeli undercover unit that disguises themselves as Arabs or Palestinians.
Musta'ribeen, or mista'arvim in Hebrew, is a word that is derived from the Arabic "musta'rib", or one that is specialised in Arabic language and culture. In Israeli security terms, the word denotes security forces who disguise themselves as Arabs and carry out missions in the heart of Palestinian societies or other Arab countries.

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Apr 23 05:43

Here’s Why Gas Prices Are Skyrocketing Right Now

Global economy and geopolitics are underpinning the oil price surge and gas prices are going up.

Who recalls the oil embargo of 1973?  That was when the Arab-dominated Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) announced they were cutting oil exports to the United States and other countries that provided military aid to Israel during the Yom Kippur War of October 1973.

In six months’ time, gas prices had quadrupled.  Prices remained higher even after the embargo ended in March 1974.

But that could never happen again…Or could it?

Apr 23 05:43

Palestinians Report Four Killed, 156 Wounded by Israeli Fire in Fourth Friday of Gaza Protests

Since the beginning of the violent demonstrations along the border, 34 Palestinians have allegedly been killed by IDF fire and the bodies of two of them who tried to attack an IDF position are still being held by Israel.
Note: The murders and injured continues. The IDF is one of the bravest armies in the world against woman, children, unarmed ships!

Apr 23 05:40

Russian FM: Missile Attacks on Syria Aiming to Hinder OPCW Probe into "Chem Attack"

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov lashed out at the missile strikes carried out by the US, France and the UK on Syria, saying that they were aimed at hindering the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) investigation into the alleged use of poisonous substances in Douma in Eastern Ghouta.


Apr 23 05:32

Flashback: Israel rejects inquiry into killing of 16 people on 'Great Return March

"Israeli soldiers did what was necessary. I think all our soldiers deserve a medal," the defence minister, Avigdor Lieberman, told Army Radio. "As for a commission of inquiry - there won't be one."

Apr 23 05:26

As US Jerusalem Embassy Move Draws Near, Abbas Vows He Won’t Allow It

With a ceremony to dedicate the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem drawing closer, Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas said at the weekend his self-rule government will not allow the U.S. or any other country to move its embassy to the city. In comments reported by the official P.A. news agency Wafa, Abbas said his government would “fight” President Trump’s decision. “Palestine’s government will fight against Trump’s decision and not let any country to move its embassy to Jerusalem until Palestine-Israel issue is resolved,” he was quoted as telling a medical conference in Ramallah. “From the outset, we have stated that East Jerusalem is the capital of our state ...

Apr 23 05:17

Deflating the Churchill Myth

In his powerful new book, Churchill, Hitler and the Unnecessary War, veteran politician and author Pat Buchanan challenges many historic taboos by claiming that Winston Churchill plunged Britain and its empire, including Canada, into wars whose outcomes were disastrous for all concerned. Other writers, me included, have made the same point for decades, but Buchanan has marshalled a formidable array of facts and historians to support his case ... Buchanan's book strips away lingering war propaganda and shows the cynicism, lust for power and foolishness of the "saintly" Allied war leaders and their "good" war.

Apr 23 05:14

‘Darkest Hour,’ or the Great Man Theory of History (and Acting)

Considered as history, "Darkest Hour," written by Anthony McCarten ("The Theory of Everything"), offers the public a few new insights and details about the practice of statecraft in a time of crisis ... Like "The King's Speech," Mr. Wright's film is a serviceable enough historical drama. But like "Dunkirk," it falls back on an idealized notion of the English character that feels, in present circumstances, less nostalgic than downright reactionary, and as empty as those ubiquitous "Keep Calm and Carry On" internet memes. Rather than invite the audience to think about the difficulties of democratic governance at a time of peril, the filmmakers promote passivity and hero-worship, offering not so much a Great Man Theory as a great man fetish.

Apr 23 05:11

China, the world’s most populous country and the world’s second-largest economy, has said that physical cash may soon become obsolete.

Apr 23 04:52

Iran: Oil Exports over 2.5mbd

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh says Iran is currently exporting upwards of 2.5 million barrels per day of crude oil and gas condensate (ultra-light form of crude).

Speaking to reporters on Monday, the official said the recent drop in Iran's crude exports is temporary, saying that the country has now ramped up its exports.

He commented on Iran's latest oil sales, saying: "Iran's total export of crude oil and gas condensate is now more than 2.5 million barrels a day."
"We must wait and see what Trump will do. We, as the Islamic Republic of Iran, would tap all our experiences and potentialities to safeguard the country against Trump and would not set aside any options," Mr. Zangeneh said.


Apr 23 04:52

Is The Oil Market Ready For Sanctions On Iran?

Oil market participants and analysts will be intently watching the Trump Administration over the next month. May 12 is the deadline for the U.S. President to decide to waive sanctions on Iran as part of the nuclear deal that global powers reached with Iran in 2015, allowing Tehran to resume oil exports and regain part of its market share.

The re-imposition of sanctions on Iran’s oil is not 100-percent certain, although the probability is high, various analysts say. The potential loss of Iran’s oil exports varies from zero to 1 million bpd, according to investment banks and analysts.

Iranian sanctions could add between $2 and $10 to oil prices this year, analysts polled by Bloomberg say.


Apr 23 04:17

‘She Should Have At Least Been Shot In Knee’

‘She should have at least been shot in knee’ – Israeli MP on jailed teen protester Ahed Tamimi

Female Palestinian protester Ahed Tamimi, who is currently serving an eight-month jail term for slapping an Israeli soldier, should have been shot in the knee and placed under house arrest for life, believes an Israeli MP.

Tamimi, 17, has a long record of protesting as a youngster against Israeli policies in the occupied Palestinian territories, and was sentenced last month to eight months behind bars for verbally and physically confronting armed Israeli soldiers in her home village. Her imprisonment has been highlighted amid the violence at Israel’s border wall with the Gaza Strip, where dozens of Palestinians have been reported killed and hundreds injured by Israeli fire.

Palestinian children involved in protests against Israel should be dealt with in the harshest possible way>>>

Apr 23 03:56

Hannity Linked To Shell Companies That Spent $90M On Property

For some of the mortgages, Hannity reportedly obtained funding from HUD under the National Housing Act loan program, which was first guaranteed under President Obama's administration.

Secretary Ben Carson's department recently increased Hannity's original $17.9 million mortgage for purchases in Georgia by an additional $5 million, records obtained by the Guardian show.
Several of Hannity's properties were bought at a discount after their previous owners defaulted on their mortgages in 2013, the Guardian reported.

Hannity is the hidden owner behind some of these shell companies, a fact his attorney did not dispute in a statement to the newspaper.


Apr 23 02:42

Cornered, No Way Out, The Trump Card Is About To Be Played

The DNC is suing Russia, Trump and Wikileaks for the 2016 election. This will allow for discovery, Trump is already calling for the DNC servers, wait for it the Trump card will be played.

Apr 23 01:22

Knife control movement crosses Atlantic

“At least in the United States, we still recognize that the individual citizen has the right to defend himself or herself from violent crime. In Great Britain, apparently it’s not that way anymore.”

Apr 23 00:41

The WMD Fraud

Who had anything to gain by the gaseous adventurism Answer: The American Empire–not America, not Americans–and Israel. Both are desperate to keep Syria from surviving. Note that Washington has a history of lying the country into wars. The Maine in 1898, the Gulf of Tonkin, the imaginary WMD in Gulf I. Plus ca change, plus ca doesn’t.

Apr 23 00:24

Entire County Refuses to Obey New Gun Control Law, Declares Itself Gun Owner Sanctuary

Amid political buzzwords of “sanctuary cities” and “gun bans,” one Illinois county decided to wade into the fray by declaring itself a sanctuary for gun owners. The Effingham County board voted this past week, 8-1, to order its employees not to enforce any laws that would “unconstitutionally restrict the Second Amendment” to the U.S. Constitution.

Apr 23 00:19

School Resource Officer Stops School Shooting In Ocala, Florida On Friday, No Media Praise

An armed School Resource Officer arrived to the scene of a shooting and had placed the suspect into custody, ending what could have been a longer assault on students and teachers. The media took note of this thwarted school shooting but unless there’s a lot of death and destruction, they’re rather mute. This type of outcome doesn’t feed ratings, and is why they are overlooked. If the US population actually saw these events like they do the tragic ones, I am certain that we would have a lot more people fighting for the idea of armed personnel inside of schools.

April 22, 2018

Apr 22 23:51

India introduces death penalty for child rapists

India's Cabinet has approved the introduction of the death penalty for those who rape children, amid uproar over a series of high-profile cases.
The change to the country's penal code applies to those convicted of raping a child under the age of 12.

Apr 22 20:28

China's BRI exposes its ulterior strategic motives

The official narrative in China and the highlighting of the country's "core interests" in terms of fostering and promoting economic development in Europe and the Indo-Pacific region through the ambitiously conceived "Belt Road Initiative" (BRI) may not be entirely true.

Apr 22 17:25

US respected Russia’s red lines in Syria during air strikes, says Lavrov

Russia’s foreign minister has said the US sought out and respected Moscow’s positions in Syria when it launched its air strikes last week.

Sergey Lavrov noted that despite the escalating tensions between Moscow and Washington, the US made sure it did not harm any Russian personnel and positions during the strikes against the regime of President Bashar Assad following a suspected chemical attack on the town of Douma.

“We told them where our red lines were, including the geographical red lines,” Mr Lavrov told Russian state television. “The results have shown that they haven’t crossed those lines.”

Apr 22 17:23

Rouhani tells Assad: Iran ready to aid in Syria's reconstruction

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani expressed in a letter to Syrian President Bashar Assad on Saturday his country's willingness to aid in the post-civil war reconstruction of Syria, Iran's Tasnim news agency reported.

"The Islamic Republic of Iran... stands beside the country and people of Syria and will continue to aid it in defending against the forces of evil and returning security and stability throughout the Syrian Arab Republic," the letter states.

"We hope to swiftly witness the achievement of a final victory," Rouhani continued. "Just as the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran has stood beside the Syrian nation in its struggles and opposition to terrorism, we are also prepared to stand with you in every way possible as regards to Syria's reconstruction."

Apr 22 17:16

Russia sanctions not on G7 agenda: report

When foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) meet in Toronto on Sunday, new sanctions against Russia will not be a topic of discussion.

Instead, the group — made up of the U.S., Canada, Germany, Britain, France, Italy and Japan — will focus on ways to keep pressure on Moscow, as well as Iran's activities in the Middle East and North Korea's nuclear program, Reuters reported on Sunday.

Apr 22 17:13

A Looming Implication of Face Recognition: Private Photo Blacklists

Finally, let me note the very long history of private companies and government agencies working together to create databases and watch lists about people in the United States. During the labor, civil rights, antiwar, and other social justice movements of the 20th century, there were a number of private databases created by shady collections of right-wing vigilantes and super-patriots who took it upon themselves to compile dossiers on progressive activists. These private databases, such as the San Diego Research Library and the Western Goals Foundation, were often shared with police and government agencies and thus took on quasi-official roles in the efforts of police “intelligence” arms to combat those progressive movements, while remaining outside the normal checks and balances of government.

Apr 22 15:14

Meet Dr. Mike Kennedy | The Man Who Beat Mitt Romney

Surprise, surprise - Mitt Romney lost last night in the Utah Senate Convention...


Apr 22 15:14

Watch this judge brutally berate a woman in a wheelchair. The woman died. The judge has quit

The courtroom rant last Sunday was so over the top that Broward's elected public defender, Finkelstein, demanded that Judge Ehrlich be banned from the criminal courthouse - Yes A Democrat judge

Apr 22 14:56

BOMBSHELL [VIDEO] Trump/Russia investigation did NOT originate with official US IC or 5 eyes intel. So who made it? And why?

ENTIRE BASIS of spying on Trump team was the bought and paid for Clinton dossier.

the Papadopoulos story was a lie. Never was transmitted via 5 Eyes Intel

Devin Nunes On Origins Of FBI's Russia Probe: "Major Irregularities" Exist At State Dept.

Apr 22 14:52

Lamar Odom Credits Marijuana for Being ‘Walking Miracle’ Following Overdose

After a 2015 trip to a Nevada brothel left him unconscious and recovering from multiple strokes, former NBA star Lamar Odom says he's turned to cannabis to aid in his recovery efforts.

“Marijuana has helped, especially with my stroke,” Odom recently told People magazine. “With my coordination, my balance, and my overall physical attributes—all my doctors say I’m a walking miracle. I think marijuana attributed to that.”

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Apr 22 14:50

Syrian rebels withdraw from enclave northeast of Damascus

Syrian rebels began withdrawing from an enclave northeast of Damascus on Saturday and will go to northern Syria, state TV and a rebel official said, in a surrender agreement that marks another victory for President Bashar al-Assad.

Apr 22 14:47

More than 3,300 Android apps are improperly tracking kids: study

Thousands of family-friendly apps from the Google Play Store potentially are violating federal law, according to a new large-scale study from North American and European universities and organizations.

The research, recently published in the journal Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, showed that 3,337 Android apps on Google Play were improperly collecting children’s data and potentially violating the United States Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which limits data collection for kids under age 13.

Apr 22 14:40

Israel pulls fighter jets from drill in Alaska amid tensions with Iran

The Israeli Air Force has decided to scale back its participation in the Red Flag exercise in Alaska amid increasing tensions on Israel’s northern border.

“In light of the situational assessment by the Air Force it was decided to adjust the planes’ participation in the exercise,” read a statement by the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit, stressing that nonetheless, “Israel’s first participation in the Red Flag exercise in Alaska will take place as planned.”

According to a statement by Air Force public affairs officer Kitsana Dounglomchan, Israel’s Air Force decided not to send F-15 fighter jets to the two-week-long drill, which will run between April 26 - May 11, out of Eielson Air Force base in Fairbanks and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.

Apr 22 14:37

Unpublished CDC Study Confirms over 2 Million Annual Defensive Gun Uses

An unpublished Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study confirms Florida State University criminologist Gary Kleck’s findings of more than two million defensive handgun uses (DGUs) per year.

Apr 22 14:33

Working on World Order: Help Wanted for Twenty-First Century U.S. Leadership

To help address the myriad challenges stemming from technological innovation and automation, the Council on Foreign Relations recently released an Independent Task Force report, The Work Ahead: Machines, Skills, and U.S. Leadership in the Twenty-First Century, which offers a compass for U.S. policymakers as they navigate this dense political and socioeconomic thicket. With the aim of rebuilding the links among work, opportunity, and economic security for all Americans, so as to ensure a strong domestic foundation for U.S. foreign policy and global leadership, the report offers seven major findings and an equal number of recommendations.

Apr 22 14:26

Kanye West on a Twitter rampage to help the black communities

Kanye West
Applauds Black
Lives Matter Critic;
Many Fans Revolt

Apr 22 14:22

WARNING!!! - Kellyanne Conway Publicly Executes CNN Anchor During LIVE Interview!

CNN's Dana Bash and counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway spar over her husband's tweets publicly criticizing the President.

Apr 22 14:19

Assad throws Obama, Biden, John Kerry under the bus & reveals who created/funded ISIS


Assad Destroys US Reporter In Interview Exposes Zionist Propaganda

In a recent interview held in Damascu

Apr 22 14:16

Earth Day: A sinister creation of the far left

the objective of the people who sponsor Earth Day globally is much more sinister than the preservation of our environment. Read on

Apr 22 14:10

FLASHBACK: Earth Day Co-Founder Killed, Composted His Girlfriend -

Here’s an inconvenient truth

Apr 22 13:31


‘Maybe we’ll help the Saudis send some troops of their own to offset the influence of Iran and Russia’, speculated Jim Cramer on his CNBC show Mad Money. ‘That’s good news for these arms dealers, plus defense is the one place that Congress is going to spend lots and lots of money.’

Apr 22 12:59

3 Months Into Tax Relief, How It Is Going

Apr 22 12:27

Revealed: The hidden cost of degrees for all as shock figures show almost HALF of graduates from worst universities aren't repaying loans

Most students enter university in the hope that their degree will land them a better-paid job. But almost half of graduates from some institutions are still earning less than £17,465 up to eight years after leaving college, The Mail on Sunday has learned.

Apr 22 12:24

Theresa May can still convince MPs to quit the customs union, minister insists, amid claims she is ready to surrender to Remain 'stitch up' in defiance of Brexiteers

Reports today Theresa May would not fight defeat over EU customs union
But a senior minister insisted the Government could still win fight on the issue
Claim comes amid reports Brexiteers led by David Davis are furious at 'betrayal'

Apr 22 11:35

Watch this judge brutally berate a woman in a wheelchair. The woman died. The judge has quit.

A Broward County circuit judge delivered a blistering, arm-waving, face-palming, tongue-lashing to a frail, out-of-breath woman — pushed into court in a wheelchair — who was facing misdemeanor charges following a family feud.
Three days later, the defendant died.

Apr 22 11:32


Thetford Township — The two-man police department in this rural community outside Flint has amassed a massive amount of surplus military equipment over the last decade.

The free material, received through a federal program, includes mine detectors and Humvees, tractors and backhoes, hydroseeders and forklifts, motorized carts and a riding lawnmower. The landlocked township also has gotten boat motors and dive boots.

While much of the gear worth $1 million has never been used by the township, some has been given to residents, township officials said.

Apr 22 11:29

JIM JORDAN | Clapper Is The Kingpin…

Bulldog Jim Jordan a few hours ago had this to say...


Apr 22 11:10

Body camera footage shows police never got out of cruiser to check for Ohio teen crushed by minivan seat

Body camera footage from two Cincinnati officers showed they never left their patrol car to investigate the 911 calls about a teen being stuck in a minivan last week.

Apr 22 11:09

Chicago woman gets 3 years in Facebook Live beating of mentally disabled teen

A Chicago woman involved in a beating of a mentally disabled teen that was shown on Facebook Live has been sentenced to three years in prison.

Apr 22 10:54


Terrific piece from the American Spectator on how Brennan used foreign spy services to bring down Trump...


Apr 22 10:43

Search ongoing for gunman after 4 killed, 4 injured in mass shooting at Waffle House

Murder warrants have been issued by Metro Police for the suspect that killed four people and injured four others in a mass shooting at a Waffle House in Antioch early Sunday morning

Apr 22 10:28

SARA CARTER | Comey Is In ‘Serious’ Trouble…

Sara Carter lays it all out there on lying Jim Comey...


Apr 22 09:54

CNN ADMITS | DNC Lawsuit A ‘100 Percent Stunt’…

This is pretty hilarious, especially coming from CNN...


Apr 22 09:52

ANDREW MCCARTHY | The Real Collusion…

Excellent new column from Andrew McCarthy...


Apr 22 09:50

First wave of migrant caravan hits the US border as some 50 members request asylum in California

The group of 50 Central American migrants who set out from southern Mexico in late March arrived in Tijuana, Mexico on Wednesday, after splintering off from the original caravan of 1,500.

'Since yesterday, some began to cross into the United States to turn themselves in from Tijuana and request asylum. We understand more of (the migrants) will do the same,' said Jose Maria Garcia, director of Juventud 2000, an organization dedicated to assisting migrants.

He said more migrants, many of whom are stranded in Mexico's central states, are expected to arrive in the coming days.

Apr 22 09:50

Natalie Portman defends backing out of Israeli awards ceremony and blast Benjamin Netanyahu for 'atrocities'

Hollywood actress Natalie Portman revealed that she won't be attending a ceremony in Jerusalem because Benjamin Netanyahu would also be there.

The 36-year-old actress said that her reasoning for not attending the Genesis Award ceremony has been 'mischaracterized'.

'I chose not to attend because I did not want to appear as endorsing Benjamin Netanyahu, who was to be giving a speech at the ceremony,' Portman said in a statement posted late Friday on Instagram.

She also denied accusations by Israeli Culture Minister Miri Regev who on Friday said Portman subscribed to the ideology of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My regard for this lady just shot up!

Apr 22 09:45

Germany's Largest Public TV News Broadcaster: Syria Chemical Attack "Most Likely Staged"

It appears that all local Syrians encountered by the German public broadcast reporter were immediately dismissive of the widespread allegation that the Syrian government gassed civilians, which the US, UK, France, and Israel used a pretext for launching missile strikes on Damascus.

ZDF heute: The world continues to puzzle over whether the banned chemical weapons were used in Douma. ZDF correspondent Uli Gack is in Syria for us: "you were in a large refugee camp today and talked to a lot of people - what did you hear about the attack there?" Gack responded, "the Douma chemical attack is most likely staged, a great many people here seem very convinced."

The German ZDF report is consistent with veteran British journalist Robert Fisk's investigation upon being the first Western journalist to gain access to the site in Douma.

Apr 22 09:40

Iran Warns North Korea: "Never Negotiate With The United States"

"That’s a very dangerous message to send to the people of Iran, but also to the people of the world – that you should never come to an agreement with the United States..."