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Aug 11 14:29

‘Obviously, There’s Some Frustration’: Trump Lashes Out At McConnell, McCain Over Healthcare

For the second day in a row, President Donald Trump has escalated his attacks against the Senate majority leader from his own party, even suggesting that he should step down if the Republican-controlled Congress is not able to pass major legislation.

Aug 11 14:29

60 Percent Drop In Fines Shows Corporate Polluters Have Little To Fear From Trump

An environmental watchdog group said Thursday that the Trump administration has so far shown little interest in holding companies accountable for polluting the environment, compared with President Donald Trump’s recent predecessors.

Aug 11 14:28

US Will Win War Against North Korea: Senator Graham

US Republican hawk Lindsey Graham has said the United States should be ready for war against North Korea and predicted that Washington will win the conflict.

In an interview with a South Carolina CBS affiliate on Thursday the South Carolina senator supported President Trump’s fiery rhetoric against North Korea.

Aug 11 12:58

DISGRACED ANTHONY WEINER GETTING FINAL SURPRISE FROM CLINTON-SUPPORTING NEIGHBORS

Anthony Weiner, the satyrical former congressman from and future inmate in the state of New York, isn’t set to be sentenced for sexting a minor until September, which means he’s still on the loose. Naturally, his neighbors in New York City are avoiding him. However, the reason behind this final surprise may not be exactly what you think it is.

Aug 11 12:58

Amazon Online Grocery Boom? Not So Fast…

All big gorillas have been trying, but consumers just don’t want to.

Aug 11 12:46

Can Silicon Valley Survive?

Back in March, I asked in my Taki’s Magazine column “Diversity Versus Debate”:

DOES THE INCREASING CAMPUS HYSTERIA AND ANTIRATIONALITY PORTEND BAD NEWS FOR SILICON VALLEY? IF STUDENTS INCREASINGLY GROW UP IN A CULTURE IN WHICH THE PERSON WITH THE MOST WOUNDED FEELINGS RULES, WILL THEY BE ABLE TO CODE EMOTIONLESS COMPUTERS AS WELL AS IN THE PAST?

With the tech industry already immense, and soon to attempt to take over the auto industry with self-driving cars, those are trillion-dollar questions.

Aug 11 12:42

Free Market Alternatives to Obamacare

By Jeff Paul

Why do car insurance companies charge more for teenage boy drivers? Because they pose a higher risk of filing an insurance claim from accidents, mud bogging, speeding tickets, etc. Insurance companies must manage a pool of risk against potential expenses. Riskier participants pay a higher premium. This is not rocket science.

Yet health insurance companies are now prevented by the Obamacare law from charging a higher premium to “riskier” clients. Thus the cost of insurance premiums and copays had to be raised on healthy people to absorb this perversion...

Aug 11 12:34

Jim Rickards: Is bitcoin money?

Aug 11 12:31

Bulldozing London’s Beloved Latin American Market Will ‘Ethnically Cleanse’ Area, Traders Tell RT

The planned demolition of Britain’s largest Latin American market to make way for luxury shops and apartments puts hundreds of livelihoods at risk and will tear the heart out of the community, a campaign group warns.

Aug 11 12:30

Deadly Smoke, Deadly Meat, Deadly Deals – America Was Named By Whites For The Taking

Portland’s Smokey Haze, Canada’s Fires — A Clear Day May Never Be Coming in a Decade

You Consume Fear: Then You are What you Eat!

Endless ignorance, presaged by fear, hate, suspicion, paranoia, misanthropy, and then all galvanized to the constructions of neutering culture of consumerism.

Aug 11 12:13

Economy Now Tanking - It's Here

Aug 11 12:01

US Can 'Tolerate' Nuclear North Korea, Says Obama Adviser Blasting Trump

Susan Rice, former US ambassador to the UN and national security adviser to Barack Obama, has blasted President Donald Trump’s “reckless rhetoric” on North Korea, saying that the US can “tolerate” a nuclear-armed Pyongyang.

Aug 11 11:55

The rocky upwards ride of Bitcoin continues

Aug 11 11:48

Blackwater Founder Erik Prince Urges Trump To Privatize Afghan War And Install Viceroy To Run Nation

The White House is considering an unprecedented plan to privatize the war in Afghanistan at the urging of Erik Prince, founder of the now-defunct private mercenary firm Blackwater. Prince told USA Today the plan would include sending 5,500 private mercenaries to Afghanistan to advise the Afghan army. It would also include deploying a private air force — with at least 90 aircraft — to carry out the bombing campaign against Taliban insurgents.

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