Sep 07 07:37

For A Lot Of Muslim Republicans, Their Party's Over

Muslim voters in the GOP are wondering how, or whether, to cast ballots at a time of anti-Muslim rhetoric from politicians in their own party.
Anwar Khalifa is about as Texan as you can get. He speaks in a sharp twang and cruises around in a Chevy truck with real longhorns mounted on the front. He never skips “worship day,” he taught his three daughters to shoot, and, most important for his standing in Tyler society, the 57-year-old is a lifelong Republican.

Sep 07 07:30

Reactions from Sally Field and more to Burt Reynolds' death

"There are times in your life that are so indelible, they never fade away. They stay alive, even forty years later. My years with Burt never leave my mind. He will be in my history and my heart, for as long as I live. Rest, Buddy." — Sally Field, in a statement released to The Associated Press.

Sep 07 07:29

Officially Sanctioned Fraud at Dachau

Each year many thousands of tourists visit the site of the notorious Dachau concentration camp in southern Germany, not far from Munich. They see the crematory, the memorial shrines, and the museum. And in recent years, as an almost daily fixture, they see Martin Zaidenstadt. This elderly Jewish man lectures visitors to Dachau on his experiences as a wartime prisoner there. He is particularly passionate about the horrors of the camp's gas chamber where, he explains, many prisoners were put to death with poison gas ... His story of Dachau internment is a fraud. He probably never visited the camp until the 1990s, says Ryback, and his tales of gas chamber killings are untrue.

Sep 07 06:55

Student: I was deemed ‘disruptive’ for handing out ‘Jesus loves you’ Valentines. Now she’s suing.(5 Pics)

A Wisconsin student said her college’s administration deemed her “disruptive” earlier this year for handing out “Jesus loves you” Valentine’s Day paper hearts — and now she’s suing, Campus Reform reported.
What happened?
Polly Olsen’s lawsuit against her school — Northeast Wisconsin Technical College — claims a campus security officer confronted her on Feb. 14 while she was handing out the Valentines.

Sep 07 06:50

Man convicted of assault and battery against white supremacist leader learns his fate: A $1 fine (2 Pics)

A man who was convicted of assault and battery against “Unite the Right” leader Jason Kessler — a white supremacist — learned his fate in court Tuesday: a $1 fine, the Daily Progress of Charlottesville, Virginia, reported.
Jeffrey Winder was charged with assault and battery after Kessler was chased from his Charlottesville news conference on Aug. 13, 2017, the paper said. At the news event in front of city hall, Kessler blamed police for violence at his failed Unite the Right — during which 32 year-old counterprotester Heather Heyer was killed — the previous day, the Daily Progress noted.
Kessler was then mobbed by angry onlookers, and prosecutors said Winder could be seen on video punching Kessler, the paper reported.

Sep 07 06:44

Former NFL player, youth coach reportedly goes on expletive-laden rant against 11-year-old

Charlie Rogers, a former NFL player and current youth football coach in New Jersey, is under scrutiny after reportedly launching a profane voicemail rant about an 11-year-old child and football.
What are the details?
According to the Asbury Park Press, Rogers — who used to play for the Buffalo Bills, among other teams in the NFL — left a voicemail for Chris Schuster, the parent of the 11-year-old boy on a rival team.
The message was reportedly a threat to send opposing players after the 11-year-old child in an upcoming football game. Rogers is a coach in the American Youth Football Organization in Matawan, New Jersey, as well as the offensive coordinator at St. John Vianney High School.
The outlet obtained a 44-second voicemail rife with expletives and threats that Rogers reportedly left on Aug. 25. Rogers allegedly targeted Schuster’s son, who previously played for Matawan AYF and left to play for the Saint Bart’s Buffalos.

Sep 07 06:43

Bullied student with mental disabilities, paralyzed arm fights back — and gets suspended, mom says (2 Pics)

A 14-year-old student with mental and physical disabilities — including a paralyzed left arm — was suspended from school for five days after he fought back against classmates who beat and bullied him, KXTV-TV reported, citing the bullied student’s mother.
Cameron Kenney said he suffered a concussion after the attack Friday afternoon near Florin High School in Sacramento, California, the station reported. His mother, Elisha McDonald, said the Elk Grove Unified School District showed her a video of the incident, which showed Cameron fighting back in self-defense, KXTV said.
And apparently that was part of the problem.

Sep 07 06:39

He Was a Prominent Holocaust Survivor. But His Story Was a Hoax.

"The Impostor," a work of nonfiction, is the history of an ugly and wildly successful lie. For three decades, Enric Marco, a Catalan mechanic, was a prominent public face of Spanish survivors of the Holocaust - president of a survivors' association, the recipient of a number of awards and distinctions. He spoke at Parliament and frequently visited schools, well into his 80s, to tearfully recall his time at the Flossenbürg concentration camp; the torture and killings he witnessed; his eight months of solitary confinement. In 2005, the story was revealed to be a hoax ... Cercas was appropriately scandalized, calling Marco "this shameless con artist, this out-and-out liar, this utter scoundrel."

Sep 07 06:18

Forcible Arrest of Water Protectors at Illegal Pipeline Construction Site in Louisiana

Water Protectors were granted written permission by the landowner to be present at the site. This did not stop St. Martin Parish sheriffs from engaging in physical altercations with the protectors while attempting to drive them from the private land.


Sep 07 05:41

Colin Kaepernick's Nike Commercial Is A Big Hit With Consumers, According To Industry Group

The videos of burning sneakers and mutilated socks. The social-media echo chamber of fury and snarky Nike memes. And, of course, President Donald Trump’s inevitable Twitter firebomb – as reliable as the sunrise. If you were seeking anger over the union of the shoe giant and Colin Kaepernick, the Internet provided a seemingly inexhaustible buffet of offerings the past several days.

Sep 07 05:40

NY Times' Decision To Publish Anonymous Column Carries Risks

The coup of publishing a column by an anonymous Trump administration official bashing the boss could backfire on The New York Times if the author is unmasked and turns out to be a little-known person, or if the newspaper's own reporters solve the puzzle.

Sep 07 05:39

World Health Organization: After Ebola Death In City, ‘No One Should Be Sleeping Well Tonight’

The Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed its first Ebola death in the eastern city of Butembo, a trade hub with Uganda that is home to almost a million people. This first urban death, combined with ongoing violence in the northeastern outbreak area in DRC and some community resistance, is worrying experts that the slowing outbreak could still escalate.

Sep 07 04:40

A Murder Is Announced? US narrative on Idlib resembles Agatha Christie novel, Russia’s UN envoy says

US and its allies’ speculation that the Syrian government is going to use chemical weapons in Idlib resembles Agatha Christie’s novel, where the crime scene is publicly announced in advance, Moscow's UN envoy believes.

“The alleged intention of the Syrian government to use poisonous substances in Idlib is presented as a fait accompli,” Russian representative at the UN, Vassily Nebenzia, said during a UN Security Council meeting on Thursday. The diplomat was referring to repeated US and its allies’ warnings about what they believe are Damascus’ preparations to unleash a chemical attack. However, the exact proof to back up the claims has been kept in the dark.

“Agatha Christie's ‘A Murder is Announced’ novel comes to mind, when the impendending crime was reported in a newspaper, including is time and place,” Nebenzia went on.

Sep 07 04:36

Bayer beware: US lawyers claim to have ‘explosive’ documents about Monsanto's activity in Europe

Bayer-owned agrochemical giant Monsanto, which has recently been ordered to pay a groundskeeper $289 million in damages over Roundup’s alleged cancer link, may be facing many more legal fights soon.

Lawyers involved in the California lawsuit against the firm claim they have revealing documents about Monsanto and its affairs in Europe.

“What we have is the tip of the iceberg. And in fact we have documents now in our possession, several hundreds of documents, that have not been declassified and some of those are explosive,” US lawyer Robert Jr. Kennedy was cited as saying by Euronews.

According to Kennedy, many of those documents “are pertinent to what Monsanto did here in Europe. And that's just the beginning."

The number of lawsuits against Monsanto has surged from 5,200 to 8,000 since the California court’s $289-million verdict.

Sep 07 03:52

Trump slams Bob Woodward's book as 'a work of fiction'

President Trump on Wednesday continued to fume over Bob Woodward’s explosive new book that paints a dysfunctional picture of his presidency.
“The book means nothing,” Trump told reporters at the White House during a meeting with Kuwaiti emir. “It’s a work of fiction.”

Sep 07 03:16

In Montana rally, Trump attacks Democrats for 'sick' attacks against Supreme Court nominee

Speaking to supporters at a campaign rally in Montana on Thursday, President Trump went on the offensive against Democrats over what he described as "sick" attacks against his nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
"He’s doing really well," Trump said, acknowledging Kavanaugh's tense three days of confirmation hearings in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. "But do you believe the anger and the meanness on the other side? Sick, it’s sick!"

Sep 07 01:20

I Wish This Was a Joke : The Left is Now Claiming That Comedy No Longer Needs to be Funny

If comedy is no longer intended to be funny, then how can it even be called comedy? -- Lecturing an audience about the latest ‘right on’ in-vogue social justice obsession is not satire, it’s indoctrination.

Sep 07 00:24

The 11th Hour: 8 Examples Of Mainstream Media Sources Warning Us Of Imminent Economic Disaster

For years, the mainstream media told us that things would get better, and in a lot of ways we did see some improvement. But now the tone of the mainstream media has become quite ominous, and that is definitely not a positive sign. The following are 8 examples of mainstream media sources warning us of imminent economic disaster…

Sep 07 00:01

When The US’s Stock Market Bubble Bursts, Inevitable Disaster Will Follow

Complete and utter disaster will be inevitable and unavoidable when the United States’ stock market bubble bursts. Unfortunately, too many think the high stock market is evidence of a stable economy, but it’s actually an artificial bubble that will end in a disastrous crisis.

Sep 06 23:53

Public school teachers in Portland given “social justice” education guides that praise Islam, communist revolutions and violent social justice groups

Public school teachers in Portland, Oregon, one of the most liberal cities in the country, are being instructed to implement as part of their teaching curriculum the far-left concepts contained in a new teaching guide entitled, “Planning to Change the World – A Plan Book for Social Justice Teachers.”

Sep 06 23:42

Andrew Cuomo’s Record Of Attacks On Your Right to Keep & Bear Arms

By now, you’ve probably heard of Andrew Cuomo’s latest attack on the National Rifle Association – the weaponization of bank regulations to silence this civil rights organization’s voice. That effort has drawn belated criticism from the ACLU. -- Let’s lay it out here – Cuomo’s had a long-running feud with supporters of the Second Amendment and your Right to Keep & Bear Arms.

Sep 06 23:33

Voters in Mid-Term Elections Report Watching Their Ballots Mysteriously Switch to Other Candidate

A rather shocking, but not surprising report this week out of Georgia reveals the unsettling state of America’s election and voting system. Voters in Georgia are now reporting that after they confirm their votes, they watch on the screen as their ballots mysteriously switch to the opposite candidate.

Sep 06 23:27

REPORT: 90% of GOOGLE Employee Contributions Went To Dems…

The findings were astounding, but not at all surprising to those of us who have been paying attention to this issue: "Since 2004, Alphabet employees have contributed a little over 90% of their political dollars to Democratic candidates and causes," GovPredict discovered.

Sep 06 19:27

Red alert: Three airliners, their passengers, and contents quarantined by CDC officials

Something out of the ordinary may be going on so we encourage that every single person that reads this article shares it far and wide. This is a 'red alert.' You have been warned.

United States health officials and authorities are on high alert after three passenger aircraft have been quarantined at U.S. airports in the past two days.

It all started on Wednesday when an Emirates airline pilot reported to air traffic control that about 100 people aboard the 500 seat superjumbo jet abruptly fell ill with flu-like symptoms while in route to the U.S. from Dubai.

Sep 06 19:02

Under Trump, Americans take a lesser seat at the table for climate talks

Three international climate conferences are taking place this month, in Bangkok, San Francisco and New York — all precursors to the United Nations’ main climate change convention in December.
COP24 is the informal name given to the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which will be held Dec. 3-14 in Katowice, Poland. National representatives will work on adopting a series of decisions to ensure the full execution of the Paris Agreement’s goal: limiting the increase in average global temperature to below 2°C.

Sep 06 18:55

Things Are Not Going to Plan in Trump's U.S. Trade Deficit Wars

The numbers are not looking good for a president who has made reducing the U.S. trade deficit one of his main economic goals.
Worse still, signs are emerging that President Donald Trump’s trade wars are starting to hit economic growth, not just at home but around the world.
New data out Wednesday showed the U.S. trade deficit in July widening at its fastest rate since 2015 as monthly deficits with China and the European Union both hit new records . In the year so far, the U.S.’s overall goods and services deficit is up by $22 billion, or 7 percent, versus the same period last year.

Sep 06 15:58

US, France, Germany and Canada back Britain, pledge action over Salisbury poisoning assessment

The United States, France, Germany and Canada on Thursday backed Britain’s assessment that Russian officers were behind a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia and pledged further action, Reuters reports.

Sep 06 15:24

Alex Jones suspended from Twitter

Infowars founder Alex Jones was suspended from Twitter on Thursday for apparently violating the social media platform’s rules or so Twitter claims.

Sep 06 14:32

Newlywed Couple Hit by Rogue Wave While Posing for Wedding Photos

A couple was posing for their wedding photos on the edge of a cliff recently when a giant wave crashed on top of them out of nowhere.
Newlyweds Jenny McCauley and Kirea Lovell got slammed by a monster wave while posing for their wedding photos on Aug. 16.

Sep 06 14:31

Novichok James Bond-style: Fake Nina Ricci perfume bottle used by Salisbury assassins was 'made by top scientists from the ‘Q-ski’ branch of Russia's military intelligence, took months to build and cost thousands of pounds'

The Russians spent a fortune on the tiny James Bond-inspired perfume bottle used to carry novichok including developing new technology to ensure it wasn't a suicide mission for their agents, experts revealed today.

Sep 06 14:30

'I feel like I've failed him': Daughter of dementia patient, 82, 'bashed by his 35-year-old carer' says she saw his bruises but thought he'd fallen over

The daughter of a dementia patient who was allegedly brutally assaulted by his carer in a North Sydney care home, feels like she has 'failed him'.
Secretly-filmed footage showed the 82-year-old being repeatedly hit with a shoe by his 35-year-old carer, who then started tearing his t-shirt off.
The care worker from Hornsby, North Sydney, was arrested yesterday and charged with two counts of common assault, and use of an offensive weapon with intent to commit an indictable offence.

Sep 06 14:27

Authorities Search Home Of Couple Accused Of Squandering $400,000 Raised For Good Samaritan Homeless Vet

New Jersey authorities have searched the home of a couple who is accused of squandering much of the more than $400,000 in donations they raised for a homeless veteran.

Sep 06 14:26

Burt Reynolds, Rugged Leading Man Of 'Smokey And The Bandit,' 'Boogie Nights' Fame, Dead At 82

Burt Reynolds, the mustached sex symbol of the 1970s and 1980s, who ruled the box office with good-ol’-boy movies like Smokey and the Bandit and earned the critical praise he so badly desired in Starting Over and Boogie Nights, died Thursday in Florida of cardiac arrest, his agent confirmed to Yahoo Entertainment. He was 82.

Sep 06 14:25

After Multiple Provocations, Twitter Bans Alex Jones And Infowars

"We took this action based on new reports of Tweets and videos posted yesterday that violate our abusive behavior policy, in addition to the accounts’ previous violations."

Sep 06 13:59

Madonna PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Singer, 60, Displays Remarkably Smooth Complexion And Gold Grill As She Enjoys A Late Night Dinner In London

She is a pop icon who recently rang in her landmark 60th birthday.
And Madonna displayed her remarkably smooth complexion and jazzy gold grill as she left a late night dinner at Notting Hill restaurant Casa Cruz in Notting Hill on Thursday.

Sep 06 13:59

Kate's Heartbreak Holiday! Never-Before-Seen Images Reveal How The Duchess Fled To Dublin During Her 2007 Split From William - And Mingled With Popstars And Footballers At An Art Show

Never-before-seen images of the Duchess of Cambridge reveal how she fled to Dublin with her mother Carole to lick her wounds during her 2007 break-up with Prince William.
The Duke and Duchess are the epitome of a solid royal marriage, but more than a decade ago they split up briefly at the end of March 2007.

Sep 06 13:58

CINCINNATI (AP) — A Gunman Opened Fire Thursday Morning In A Building In The Heart Of Cincinnati In An Attack That Left Him And Three Other People Dead, Police Said.

The Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Brett Kavanaugh turned into a fight over Senate rules Thursday morning, with arguments about the release of confidential documents and threats of the possible expulsion of some members.

Sep 06 13:22

Cops raid home of couple who raised GoFundMe money for homeless vet

Authorities executed a search warrant to swarm the home of the South Jersey couple a homeless man has accused of withholding close to a half-million dollars in GoFundMe cash.

As first reported by Philadelphia’s WPVI-TV, investigators were seen raiding Kate McClure and Mark D’Amico’s home in Bordentown Thursday morning. Authorities were reportedly seen removing bags of items from the residence. A black BMW was also reportedly towed.

Sep 06 11:31

Trump Says Nike ‘Is Getting Killed’ With Kaepernick Partnership

President Trump weighed in on the controversy today on Twitter. “Just like the NFL, whose ratings have gone WAY DOWN, Nike is getting absolutely killed with anger and boycotts. I wonder if they had any idea that it would be this way? As far as the NFL is concerned, I just find it hard to watch, and always will, until they stand for the FLAG!”

Sep 06 11:21

Skripals – The Mystery Deepens

This BBC report gives a very useful timeline summary of events.

At 09.15 on Sunday 4 March the Skripals’ car was seen on CCTV driving through three different locations in Salisbury. Both Skripals had switched off their mobile phones and they remained off for over four hours, which has baffled geo-location.

There is no CCTV footage that indicates the Skripals returning to their home. It has therefore always been assumed that they last touched the door handle around 9am.

But the Metropolitan Police state that Boshirov and Petrov did not arrive in Salisbury until 11.48 on the day of the poisoning. That means that they could not have applied a nerve agent to the Skripals’ doorknob before noon at the earliest.

Sep 06 11:20

The Impossible Photo

These CCTV images released by Scotland yard today allegedly show Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov both occupying exactly the same space at Gatwick airport at precisely the same second. 16.22.43 on 2 March 2018. Note neither photo shows the other following less than a second behind.

There is no physically possible explanation for this. You can see ten yards behind each of them, and neither has anybody behind for at least ten yards. Yet they were both photographed in the same spot at the same second.

The only possible explanations are:
1) One of the two is travelling faster than Usain Bolt can sprint
2) Scotland Yard has issued doctored CCTV images/timeline.

Sep 06 11:16

UK accusation of Russians in Skripal case ‘cocktail of lies’ timed with Idlib false flag op – Moscow

He said the British site itself stated that the two suspects most likely used aliases when entering Britain, which begs the question why they were called Russian nationals, yet alone agents of the Russian government. The British authorities, he added, refused to hand over to Russia the information they have on the suspects, including their fingerprints, which they must have provided to get a visa. The fingerprints, obviously, would have made identifying those individuals much easier, Nebenzya said, adding that apparently London is not interested in finding out who the suspects are.


Nebenzya said there were several apparent inconsistencies in the narrative of the British side. For instance, he said, the suspects were spotted on CCTV footage on March 4 at midday while the Skripals reportedly left home in the early morning.

Sep 06 10:52

ALEX JONES: “This harassment of InfoWars Roger Stone by Deep State goons working for Robert Mueller is almost beyond belief”

Jerome Corsi, who until recently served as D.C. bureau chief for InfoWars, the alt-right program hosted by right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, and political humorist and radio show host Randy Credico are the two latest Stone associates to be summoned to testify in Mueller’s probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Reached by phone on Wednesday afternoon, Corsi confirmed to ABC News that he received the subpoena from the special counsel to appear before Mueller’s grand jury Friday but declined to comment any further on the matter.

Mark Wilson/Getty Images, FILERoger Stone, former confidant to President Trump speaks to the media after appearing before the House Intelligence Committee during a closed door hearing, Sept. 26, 2017, in Washington, DC.

Sep 06 10:32

Gullible, gutless and gagged: Legal advice and common sense jettisoned as UK Labour Party leaders surrender to Zionist diktat

Stuart Littlewood asks why Jeremy Corbyn’s team ignored legal experts’ warnings that adopting the Zionist definition of ‘anti-Semitism’ would contravene the European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act, which is part of UK domestic law? >>

Sep 06 10:19

'A horrific situation": 4 dead in Cincinnati bank shooting

CINCINNATI (AP) — A gunman opened fire Thursday morning in a building in the heart of Cincinnati in an attack that left him and three other people dead, police said.

Sep 06 10:18

Tyler Perry on getting involved in missing men's cold cases: 'This is about justice'

Tyler Perry said the two men who disappeared after allegedly being picked up by a Florida sheriff's deputy almost 15 years ago "absolutely deserve" the spotlight the actor and producer has been shining on their cases.

Sep 06 10:16

Wife Accused of Poisoning Husband With Eye Drops Shot Him With Crossbow in 2016: Officials

The woman accused of fatally poisoning her husband with eye drops once shot him in the back of the head with a crossbow, officials have revealed.
Police have reopened an investigation into the bizarre incident at the home of millionaire Stephen Clayton and his 52-year-old wife, Lana, which occurred two years ago.

Sep 06 10:02

'I'll sue him in ALL three countries!': British caver branded a 'child rapist' by Elon Musk after he saved lives of 12 Thai boys says he'll take billionaire to court in Thailand, UK and US

A British diver who helped in the rescue of the trapped boys from a Thai cave is to sue Elon Musk for branding him a child rapist.

Vernon Unsworth said he was preparing to start legal action against the Tesla billionaire imminently.

The 63-year-old is considering using Thai courts because they could hand Mr Musk a jail sentence. He is also mulling defamation proceedings in London and the US where the tycoon is based.

The diver from St Albans in Hertfordshire described Mr Musk’s allegations that he had a child bride and had moved to an area notorious for child sex trafficking as ‘100 per cent’ untrue.

Sep 06 09:45

US, Turkey Agree 'Any' Syrian Offensive in Idlib 'Unacceptable' - US State Dept

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke on Tuesday over the phone with his Turkish counterpart, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, about the situation in Idlib, Syria.

The statement on the call, attributable to State Department Spokeswoman Heather Nauert, takes a stronger position against than the one taken by US President Donald Trump the day prior.

In this image from video provided by the U.S. Navy, the guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) launches a tomahawk land attack missile in the Mediterranean Sea, Friday, April 7, 2017.
US Media ‘Conditioning’ Public For Bombing Raids on Syria
"President Bashar al-Assad of Syria must not recklessly attack Idlib Province. The Russians and Iranians would be making a grave humanitarian mistake to take part in this potential human tragedy," Trump tweeted on Monday. "Hundreds of thousands of people could be killed. Don’t let that happen!"

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is, in my viewpoint, "the other shoe" which is about to fall, and we have to wonder; just how are the US and Turkey going to respond to the next military pounding of Idlib by Syrian, Russian, and Iranian military, go in and invade?!?

And here is a companion piece, by
The Scenarios for the Battle of Idlib

I am hoping - and praying - that the US government and military don't do something so ham-fistedly, pig-headedly stupid, that it paves the way for yet more war in a region so desperately in need of peace.

Sep 06 09:35


Representatives for Barack Obama have threatened to cancel the former president’s upcoming paid speech at a Denmark university if details of his speaking contract are released to the public.

Obama will participate in a moderated question and answer session on Sept. 28 at the University of Southern Denmark before local business leaders, university students and local dignitaries, according to Business Kolding, the event’s organizer.

But the event has already sparked criticism from citizens of Denmark’s Kolding Municipality, which is providing 750,000 kroner, or $117,000, in taxpayer funds to support the behind-closed-doors event titled “A Conversation with President Barack Obama.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Getting a little touchy, are we, Barak, about accepting a paid speaking engagement when you know that this city is in a deficit of 100 million kroner in its next year's budget?!/

Thought so!!

Sep 06 09:30

EXCLUSIVE: Chilling CCTV footage shows the novichok assassins calmly strolling through Salisbury and window-shopping for vintage COINS just moments after nerve agent attack

This is the astonishing moment the two Russian novichok assassins casually window-shopped in Salisbury just minutes after they tried to murder former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

Webmaster addition: That just does not make any sense. Assassins would want to clear the area, slowly, calmly, but get out, knowing the streets are all covered with security cameras, taking more photos of them the longer they dawdle.

Sep 06 09:30

Hole in Soyuz MS-09’s hull was drilled when it was fully assembled, says industry source

Roscosmos’ commission is analyzing all possible reasons of the accident, including the one that the damage was done already after docking to the ISS

A hole in the hull of the Russian Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft was drilled when the spaceship was fully assembled, a source in the space industry told TASS on Thursday.

"The hole was drilled when the spaceship was already assembled," he said, adding that the spacecraft's manufacturer, the Energia Rocket and Space Corporation had decided to check all manned Soyuz and cargo Progress spaceships, both those that are being assembled and those sent to the Baikonur space center.

"It is applicable to the Soyuz MS-10 and Soyuz MS-11 manned spaceships that are to be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) in October and December, respectively. The Progress MS-10 cargo spacecraft that is to be launched in October will also be checked," the source said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF this, in fact happened after the unit was assembled, this was sabotage, pure and simple; but by whom, and why this happened, is still a mystery.

Sep 06 09:29

Moped rider ploughs into woman in her 50s and leaves her injured as he flees police before crashing and being arrested

A woman in her 50s was hospitalised after being mowed down by a moped thug fleeing police.
The driver, 28, was being pursued by a marked vehicle after failing to stop for officers.

Sep 06 09:27

Council is slammed for 'reigniting neighbourhood class war' that dates back to 1930s after workers resurface 'posh end' of Oxfordshire road but leave the other completely untouched

A council has been accused of reigniting a 'class war' after only resurfacing the posh end of a street - to the spot where a wall once divided council houses from the rich.

Sep 06 09:26

President Trump May Declassify the 20 FISA Docs Congress Wants

President Trump is expected to declassify the redacted 20 pages of documents from the controversial Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant that have still not been made public, which allowed the FBI to spy on short-term campaign volunteer Carter Page, numerous sources told This comes after nearly a year of stonewalling by the Department of Justice at the demand of lawmakers, who claim that the 20 redacted pages will reveal explosive information about the FBI’s handling of the Trump-Russia investigation, according to sources.

However, President Trump, who has been under pressure from some DOJ officials not to release the classified documents, “could always change his mind and it’s not a guarantee that it will happen, but the indications are that it more than likely will possibly be before the end of this week,” said a U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the subject.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF these documents are released, they will most likely document that the FBI lied to get the FISA warrant.

And IF in fact that is true, it presents a very thoroughly ugly picture of the current state of the politicization of the FBI.

Sep 06 09:21


Yesterday, Linda Sarsour who had once called for a “jihad” in the USA, who also represents the Women’s March stormed into the confirmation hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Herself, along with seventy others as confirmed earlier this morning by Sen. Chuck Grassley were arrested.

This is the same Linda Sarsour who is instructing voters to #JustDoIt and vote Democrat regardless if they like the candidates or not. Sarsour made that clear in the video below.

Original video:

— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) September 4, 2018

Trending: WATCH: BLP Reporter Assaulted, Detained By Police at UNC Antifa Riot

During and after the Presidential Elections of 2016 and throughout President Trump’s tenure people have made claims that protestors are being paid. Turns out, conservative personality Adam Schindler was able to obtain unequivocal proof.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Color me completely unsurprised by these developments; it's standard rent-a-ruckus procedure from the Dems.

Sep 06 09:16


As the Syrian government and its allies prepare to begin a military offensive against the last rebel-held province in the country, top U.S. government officials and even U.S. President Donald Trump have recently urged Syria to refrain from “recklessly” attacking the Idlib province, warning that it could result in a high civilian death toll. These recent statements of U.S. government officials have sought to portray Idlib as chiefly populated by civilians and benign opposition “rebels.”

Yet, just last year, one of the U.S. government’s top counterterrorism officials involved in the country’s Syria and Iraq policy stated on video that, in contrast to current government statements, Idlib is dominated by none other than the Al Qaeda terrorist group and that the province should be a major focus of U.S. counterterrorism policy given the threat that Idlib represents to global efforts to fight terrorism.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: the US government doesn't want the combined forces of Russia, Syria, and Iran, to gut Idlib of terrorists, because it is the US government which is funding, arming, and supporting those terrorists as a "base" from which the US can reach out, and destroy more of Syria, even when time and logic have proved this a thankless task in all the years in which Syria has been at war, a war essentially designed and operated by US-funded interests.

The way the term "chemical attack" is being bandied about by our UN Ambassador, Nikki Haley, is a clear telegraphing of what US interests, most probably the White Helmets, and their ilk are going to do so, by creating such a false image of a chemical attack, most probably against children, staged as the "justification" for US troops going into Syria to attack it.

Sep 06 09:06


Many Americans have responded to Facebook’s ongoing privacy and disinformation controversies by reducing their usage of the social media platform. Others have responded by deleting the Facebook app entirely, a new study insists.

According to a new study by the Pew Research Center, 54 percent of Facebook users ages 18 and older have adjusted their privacy settings in the wake of revelations that Facebook repeatedly failed to protect consumer data as it was shared and abused by a myriad of Facebook partners, including political analytics firm Cambridge Analytica.

The study also notes that around 42 percent of Facebook users have chosen to take a break from the social platform of several weeks or more, with a quarter of users choosing to delete the Facebook app from their phones entirely in the last year.

Sep 06 09:04


The sneaky thing about Amazon’s increased dominance in so many key aspects of our lives is that much of the perniciousness is hidden. No one’s going to tell you about all the retailers who have gotten pressured or destroyed via its tactics while you’re happily clicking “add to cart” and smiling about 2-day free shipping. In this sense, it can be best compared to the evils of factory farming. Most people just simply have no idea about the immense damage going on behind the scenes as they indulge in incredible convenience and what looks like a good deal.

Today’s post should be seen as an update to last year’s article referenced above. In the months that have followed, I’ve been consistently frustrated by the lack of interest when it comes to the dangers presented by Amazon and its richest man in the world ($165 billion as of last count) CEO Jeff Bezos. The following Twitter exchange is a good example of what I mean:

Sep 06 08:58

Wealthy Americans have stepped up investment in New Zealand. Parliament votes to ban foreigners from buying bolt-hole homes.

Years of doomsday talk at Silicon Valley dinner parties has turned to action.

In recent months, two 150-ton survival bunkers journeyed by land and sea from a Texas warehouse to the shores of New Zealand, where they’re buried 11 feet underground.

Seven Silicon Valley entrepreneurs have purchased bunkers from Rising S Co. and planted them in New Zealand in the past two years, said Gary Lynch, the manufacturer’s general manager. At the first sign of an apocalypse — nuclear war, a killer germ, a French Revolution-style uprising targeting the 1 percent — the Californians plan to hop on a private jet and hunker down, he said.

“New Zealand is an enemy of no one,” Lynch said in an interview from his office in Murchison, Texas, southeast of Dallas. “It’s not a nuclear target. It’s not a target for war. It’s a place where people seek refuge.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The problem here, is that it's a 12 to 15 hour flight from San Francisco to New Zealand; these folks are going to have to see, in their "crystal balls" far ahead of any major war, in order to get out ahead of the coming catastrophe.

I frankly do not believe, if a major military confrontation starts to break out, that they will have that 12 to 15 hour luxury of actually getting there to New Zealand in time.

Sep 06 08:50


After testing out these bodily search features with the NYPD, IBM released some of these capabilities in a 2013 product release. Later versions of IBM’s software retained and expanded these bodily search capabilities. (IBM did not respond to a question about the current availability of its video analytics programs.)

Sep 06 08:46


The European Union is in the final stages of crafting legislation that will force big tech and internet companies to censor “extremist” content and cooperate with law enforcement, Reuters reports.

The bill is expected to be released by the end of the month and will absolutely require companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter to swiftly remove any content considered terroristic from their platforms.

In March, the European Commission told such companies that they had three months to show they were removing “extremist” content more rapidly or face legislation forcing them to do so.

EU recommendations were sent out at the time regarding the speedy removal of all content including terrorist content, incitement to hatred and violence, child sexual abuse material, counterfeit products, and copyright infringement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What concerns me, in this draconian move, is the proclivity for going after sites (like this one) which are fact centric, even though those facts may not be to the EU's liking.

Sep 06 08:17

Nike become face of social justice despite history of outsourcing, employing, slave labor

Despite having a long, documented history of allegedly employing workers at slave wages, the multinational Nike corporation has become the face of the social justice wing of the political left with its newest ad featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Sep 06 08:15

In 1999, Judge Kavanaugh wrote an op-ed and amicus brief that disparaged the Native Hawaiian community. He wrongly asserts that Native Hawaiians are not an indigenous community.

Sep 06 08:04

Elon Musk in new rant at Thai cave rescuer

Elon Musk has again attacked a British diver he has previously accused without evidence of being a child abuser.

In an email to a reporter, Mr Musk said Vernon Unsworth - who assisted with the rescue of 12 Thai teenagers from a flooded cave - was a "child rapist".

Mr Unsworth's lawyer said the allegation was "completely false".

Sep 06 07:43

'There Are Dozens And Dozens Of Us': Two More Anon WH Officials Confirm They're Sabotaging Trump

Two more anonymous "senior White House officials" arrogantly bragged that they and "dozens and dozens" of other White House appointed bureaucrats are carrying out "a resistance from the inside" of the Trump administration, according to a report from Axios released Thursday morning.

Sep 06 07:39

Roy Moore suing Sacha Baron Cohen for defamation over TV sketch mocking him

Roy Moore, the former U.S. Senate candidate from Alabama, filed a $95 million US lawsuit Wednesday, accusing Sacha Baron Cohen of defamation for duping him into appearing on the actor's Who Is America? television series on Showtime.

Sep 06 07:38

Inquest: Cranberries singer O'Riordan drowned after drinking

LONDON (AP) — The Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan accidentally drowned in a bathtub after drinking, a coroner's inquest concluded Thursday.
A police officer told the inquest at Westminster Coroner's Court that O'Riordan was found submerged in her bathtub at a London hotel on Jan. 15.
The 46-year-old singer didn't leave a note and there was no evidence of self-harm.

Sep 06 07:36

John Kerry's reaction to NY Times op-ed by WH official: 'It scares the hell out of me'

Former senator, presidential nominee, and secretary of state John Kerry visited The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Wednesday and shared his thoughts on the New York Times op-ed piece by an anonymous senior official who claims to be part of a White House “resistance.”