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Aug 04 08:16

No Matter How Bad You Thought Big Pharma Was, This is Worse

By Tony Cartalucci

Impropriety among big-pharmaceutical corporations has ranged from multi-billion dollar bribery rackets, to marketing drugs to patients for uses they were never approved for by regulators, to covering up known dangerous side-effects of medications they produce and sell.

More recently, big-pharma has been embroiled in a series of price-gouging controversies over equipment and treatments. This includes the hijacking of and profiteering from a revolutionary new treatment called gene therapy...

Aug 04 08:03

Imperial Folly Brings Russia and Germany Together

The Empire of Whiners simply can't get enough when it comes to huff, puff and pout as the Empire of Sanctions.

Economic war has been declared against Russia for at least three years now. The difference is this latest package also declares economic war against Europe, especially Germany.

On the Russia front, what the Empire of Sanctions faces does not even qualify as a hollow victory. Kommersant has reported that Moscow, among other actions, will retaliate by banning all American IT companies and all US agricultural products from the Russian market, as well as exporting titanium to Boeing (30% of which comes from Russia).

Aug 04 07:56

Wasserman Schultz Says Laptop She Sought To Keep From Police Was Awan’s, Not Hers (Is she shifting responsibility?)

Then what was all that shit she was spouting about how "if a member's property is found, then it must be immediately returned"???

She claimed it was hers when she threatened the cop with consequences!

Aug 04 07:53

Report: Letter From McMaster Said Susan Rice Could Keep Her Top-Secret Security Clearance (Updated)

The man fires 3 Neocon Israeli Firsters and the so-called alternative media jumps in and attacks this guy for Israel.

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster let one of his predecessors, Susan Rice, keep her top-secret security clearance nearly one month after reports surfaced about Rice's potential misuse of that clearance.

However, McMaster wrote similar letters to all the living national security advisers from both Democratic and Republican administrations "as a matter of longstanding practice," according to the Weekly Standard.

A White House official told the Standard that revoking Rice's clearance would have been unusual and that this practice applies to other high level government officials, such as the secretary of state. The reason is "for the purposes of continuity," because it would be illegal for government officials to discuss certain sensitive information with a former official unless that official had a continued clearance.

Aug 04 07:53

The Deep State Strikes Back, Pushing Everything To The Edge

Deep state is leaking as much info as possible. The FBI has your info and they don't have to inform you that they do. Seymour Hersh shows that the CIA as behind the entire Russia operation.

Aug 04 07:42

Inside Gab: The people first, pro-free speech social network

- Founded by A Trump Supporter, It Has Become a Refuge for Conservatives Fleeing Social Media Censorship

Aug 04 07:36

Dictionary.com app under fire for 'bug fix' update that lets it track users

Dictionary.com is under fire after updating its its free and premium apps to 'spy' on user's phones.

The new permissions authorize the apps to access your exact location, retrieve running apps, pair with wifi and Bluetooth devices as well as read your phone status and ID.

It appears the company first disguised the update as 'bug fixes' before eventually being truthful about the updates, which it is believed will help to company sell ads and data about users.

Aug 04 07:34

1 in 5 sausages tested across Canada contained different meat than labelled, study finds

A federally funded study has found that 20 per cent of sausages sampled from grocery stores across Canada contained meats that weren't on the label.
The study, published this week in the journal Food Control, was conducted by researchers at the University of Guelph and commissioned by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

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