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May 27 09:27

Are Investors Idiots?

May 27 09:21

Facebook begins tracking non-users around the internet

Facebook will now display ads to web users who are not members of its social network, the company announced Thursday, in a bid to significantly expand its online ad network. As The Wall Street Journal reports, Facebook will use cookies, "like" buttons, and other plug-ins embedded on third-party sites to track members and non-members alike.

May 27 09:20

Die-Hard Bernie Sanders Backers See F.B.I. as Answer to Their Prayers | “I don’t know why she’s not already being told, ‘You can’t run because you’re being investigated.’ I don’t know how that’s not a thing.”

Senator Bernie Sanders may be trailing Hillary Clintonby hundreds of delegates, and Mrs. Clinton may be treating the Democratic nomination as hers, but Julie Crowell, a stay-at-home mother and a die-hard Sanders supporter, is holding out for an 11th-hour miracle: divine deliverance at the hands of the F.B.I.

May 27 09:20

Trump brings theories of conspiracy to forefront, media goes into panic mode

The U.S. mainstream media has now gone into panic mode after GOP Presidential Nominee Donald J. Trump has raised the fact that former top aide to Clinton, Vince Foster, was likely ‘suicided’ by the powers-that-be.

Webmaster addition: And as you probably noticed, Hillary's million-dollar online thug squad is attacking websites carrying the evidence that Foster was murdered.

May 27 08:40

'Clinton Lawyers Are Waiting By The Phone For FBI Call'

FBI update from Clinton disciple George Stephanopoulos. He's not happy about it...


May 27 08:32

Mika Lays Waste To Hillary: 'She Is Straight-Out Lying'

Mika is seriously pissed off...


May 27 08:32

Why the Chicken Pox Vaccine Makes NO Sense

By Michelle Goldstein

The chicken pox vaccine, formally known as the varicella vaccination, was added to the recommended childhood vaccination schedule in 1995. Prior to this vaccine’s creation, it was a common practice for families to expose children to others who had the chicken pox. The disease was considered a normal part of childhood and it was widely known that chicken pox in childhood posed little to no risk of serious harm. Risks associated with chicken pox are more common in adults and those with compromised immune systems.

My Experience With The Chicken Pox Illness And Vaccination...

May 27 08:10

"Significant Security Risks": State Department Says Clinton Broke Rules Using Private Email Server

An internal government watchdog has concluded Hillary Clinton broke government rules by using a private email server without approval while she was secretary of state. That was the key finding of a long-awaited report by the State Department inspector general. The report concluded that Clinton would not have been allowed to use a private server in her home had she asked department officials in charge of information security, because it posed “significant security risks.” This contradicts claims by Clinton that use of a home server was allowed and that no permission was needed.

May 27 08:03

Email Scandal Won’t Affect Presidential Campaign: Clinton

US Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has defended using a private email server while serving as secretary of state, saying the email controversy will not affect her White House bid.

In an interview with CNN on Thursday, Clinton insisted her actions were no different than that of her predecessors, and claimed that she would not allow the issue to dog her election campaign.

May 27 08:00

EU Army Fears Among Brexiteer Military Chiefs Are ‘Fanciful’ – Expert

Fears among former senior military officers that British forces will be absorbed by a pan-EU army are misplaced to the point of being fanciful, according to a respected professor of international security.

In a comment piece for the Conversation website, Professor David J Galbreath, who teaches International Security at the University of Bath, said Prime Minister David Cameron had been right to describe the creation of an EU army as “fanciful.”

May 27 07:56

An Unknown Billionaire's Quest To Reverse Aging

If you Google Osman Kibar’s name you’ll find pictures of him playing poker. It’s not that he was ever a serious player–just that in 2006 he won the first poker tournament he ever played in and then, a year later, came in second out of 3,000 players at a tournament run by the World Series of Poker in Vegas.

“I don’t get this,” he told a friend. “I’m going to enter another tournament just to check this assumption.” So he played one more tournament, won it and then quit. “While I’m playing, it’s you and the other players,” says Kibar, 45. “The cards are irrelevant.

May 27 07:51

Seed Guardians: These Indigenous Women Protect Future Plant Biodiversity

By Christina Sarich

Plant and seed biodiversity are threatened in many parts of the world, but Aboriginal Australian women are helping to preserve one of the most valuable resources their country has — indigenous secrets to seed saving that have been practiced for over a thousand years...