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Mar 04 07:13

Alert! West Coast doctors, inhabitants, may be mistaking rise in flu cases, deaths, for Carbon Monoxide poisoning after major release of gas from fault blankets region

As I reported on Tuesday, the “San Andreas Fault just released massive amounts of Carbon Monoxide and other poisonous gases into the air” that has now blanketed the entire West Coast.

Webmaster addition: NASA is claiming a satellite malfunction produced a false image of a sudden surge. This is supported by the fact that looking at the entire globe, the pollution over Beijing shows a surge at the exact same time.

Mar 04 07:01

Trump should quit debates while ahead

>>> They not only used video against Trump, but charts, to put the knock on his budget proposals. Imagine if Sen. Bernie Sanders had to explain his budget, or Hillary Clinton was confronted with videotape of her ever-changing stories about what she calls the FBI’s “security review,” and what the FBI director calls an “investigation.”

Wouldn’t happen. Ever. And she’s blowing off the Fox “town hall” with Sanders on primary election eve in Detroit on Monday night. “Scheduling conflict,” wouldn’t you know it.

If he’s not crazy, last night was Donald Trump’s final Republican debate. In fact, the debate in Houston last week probably should have been his last one — why give the pretenders a chance to knock his crown off, especially after sweeping Super Tuesday?


(*It's cool . Trump Dominated over the pretenders in The Motor City)

Mar 04 06:42

25 Facts About the Pharmaceutical Industry, Vaccines and “Anti-Vaxers”

We bring to the attention of our readers 25 facts which constitute only part of a larger body of independent scientific research and articles on vaccines and the pharmaceutical industry. Some mainstream articles have been included as well to show how the media overlooks stories it has published in the past because they don’t fit with their “anti-vaxer” portrait.

The objective of this list is to provide independent research and sources of information on vaccination and Big Pharma, which is what the mainstream media fails to do and instead blindly promotes the narrative and agenda of Big Pharma.

Mar 04 05:34

‘Little Marco,’ ‘Lyin’ Ted’ and size matters

‘Little Marco,’ ‘Lyin’ Ted’ and size matters: Donald Trump again dominates Republican debate
The 11th GOP debate, held in Detroit, featured three candidates, frustrated by their party’s presumptive nominee, trying desperately, any way they could, to somehow nudge Trump off his leader’s perch before it is too late to deny him the presidential nomination. Yet they all pledged to back him if he won the nomination.

In truth, it may already be fantasy to think any of the others has much of a shot >>>

Mar 04 05:23

Trump Reminds Romney How He 'Begged' Him For Endorsement

Shortly after Romney spoke his mind about the businessman, Trump responded just as bluntly. During a rally in Portland, Maine, he called Romney a "choke artist" and suggested Romney forgot how desperate he was for his support during the 2012 election.

"You can see how loyal he is. He was begging for my endorsement. I could have said, 'Mitt, drop to your knees.' He would have dropped to his knees."

Trump also couldn't resist reminding Romney about the 2012 results, calling the former Massachusetts governor a "failed candidate."


Mar 04 05:12

Oil Prices Fall Ahead of U.S. Jobs Report, Oil Data

LONDON—Oil prices fell in volatile trade on Friday ahead of closely watched reports on U.S. jobs and oil drilling rigs

Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, fell 0.3% to $36.97 a barrel on London's ICE Futures exchange after trading higher in earlier trade. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate futures were trading down 0.1% at $34.54 a barrel.

Economists expect the U.S. employment report to show continued strong expansion in job creation, which could boost the dollar

(* what continued strong expansion in job creation is that ?)

Mar 04 04:54

Clinton Will Never Be Indicted

Democratic Lawmaker Says Clinton Will Never Be Indicted

Hillary Clinton is innocent, that’s her story -- and New York Congressman Charlie Rangel is sticking with it.

“There’s no evidence of any wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton,” he said

(*oh christ !)

Mar 04 04:35

GOP Implosion Accelerates in Motor City Train Wreck

NATIONAL REVIEW: Detroit — It was not immediately clear which of the four remaining candidates won Thursday’s Republican presidential debate here. But there was no shortage of losers. Marco Rubio, needing a strong performance to reassure donors and persuade voters ahead of Florida’s do-or-die primary on March 15, spoke with a hoarse voice that rendered him incapable of topping Donald Trump in their frequent shouting contests. He looked and sounded fatigued, and was outshone by Ted Cruz in the race to ridicule Trump.

Trump, who in the debate’s opening minutes assured the American people of his sufficient genitalia, was on the defensive from start to finish. Cruz, Rubio, and Fox News’s moderators skewered him relentlessly >>>

(*According to NR the winner of the debate was the one who could dish out the most insulting attack on The People's Man . At least they acknowledge the GOP is imploding , and that admission tells us that they know who really won the debate in Detroit .)

Mar 04 03:19

Professor says Jews are behind 9/11 attacks and she's keeping her job

The president of ultra-liberal Oberlin College is standing by the professor who has been posting a slew of anti-Semitic rants and bizarre 9/11 conspiracy theories on social media. The prestigious Ohio college — alma mater of Lena Dunham — released a letter from president Marvin Krislov defending associate professor Joy Karega’s freedom of speech, The Chronicle-Telegram reported Wednesday. “I believe, as the American Association of University Professors says, that academic freedom is ‘the indispensable quality of institutions of higher education’ because it encourages free inquiry, promotes the expansion of knowledge, and creates an environment in which learning and research can flourish,” Krislov writes.

Mar 04 03:06

US Supreme Court Justice Alito plays Talmudic scholar

Conservative judge dissents to decision not to review case of Jewish prisoner claiming religious discrimination. The questionable need of a Jewish prayer quorum (traditionally consisting of 10 men) was central to a case submitted to, but declined to be reviewed by The US Supreme Court on February 29. A single dissenter to the decision by SCOTUS not to hear the case was Associate Justice Samuel Alito, who argued that it should have been heard on the grounds that it discriminated against the Jewish plaintiff, in violation of the Free Exercise Clause contained within the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. The case, Ben-Levi v. Brown, was brought by Israel Ben-Levi (aka Danny L. Loren), a North Carolina inmate serving a life sentence for a 1980 rape. Ben-Levi filed a petition challenging a prison policy prohibiting him and the very few other Jewish inmates he could muster from praying and studying Torah together.