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Mar 28 16:02

Core Columns At World Trade Center Were Cut At 45 Degree Angle Prior To Them Coming Down On 9/11

Dozens of first responders, eyewitnesses and reporters on the street all reported hearing multiple explosions prior to the towers falling. Now the only way to have pre-cut the 47 core columns prior to 9/11 would have been if you had private, extended access to the elevator shafts. Elevator World magazine did a feature story on the company hired to "modernize the elevators" at the World Trade Centers. They had private, unfettered access for a 30 day period.

Mar 28 15:58

Investors jump ship from Dow ETF as blue-chip average's momentum cools

fund has lost nearly $2 Billion in assetts since february


Mar 28 15:56

Ex-military and security firms oppose Home Sec in WhatsApp crypto row

Home Secretary Amber Rudd went on TV at the weekend to say it was "completely unacceptable" that authorities were unable to look at the encrypted WhatsApp messages of Westminster terrorist attacker Khalid Masood. There should be "no place for terrorists to hide", she added.

Not so, according to the Ministry of Defence's former cybersecurity chief. The case for increased surveillance powers following is "weak", especially just months after the Investigatory Powers Act became law, according to Major General Jonathan Shaw.

"There's a debate in Parliament about the whole Snooper's Charter and the rights of the state and I think what they are trying to do is use this moment to nudge the debate more in their line," Shaw told BBC Radio 4's Today.

Mar 28 15:53

Cheney on CFR, Council on Foreign Relations

Dick Cheney: "It's good to be back at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). ... I was actually a director... I never mentioned that when I was campaigning for re-election

Mar 28 15:53

Russian FM Calls For UNSC Briefing Over Deadly US Airstrike On Mosul

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has called for a UN Security Council briefing over a recent US airstrike on Mosul which claimed the lives of over 200 people.

“The most recent tragedy happened on March 17, to be precise it is not the latest one as there were numerous incidents that claimed civilian lives after it. However, the March 17 [tragedy], when the bombings lasted for several hours and an estimated 200 civilians were killed, stands out because of its scale,” said Lavrov during a press conference on Monday.

Mar 28 15:42

Is this the end of the F-15 fighter jet? US Air Force considers retiring the 'king of the skies' in a bid to cut costs

It has been called 'the undisputed king of the skies', but the F-15 Eagle fighter's 40-year reign may soon come to an end.

The US Air Force has proposed retiring its fleet of F-15C and D aircraft in a bid to cut costs and invest in more modern weapons systems.

The F-16 has been considered as the replacement, which would be upgraded with Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars, enabling the craft to simultaneously scan for air-to-air and air-to-ground threats.

Mar 28 15:40

House Intel Chair Under Pressure To Recuse Self From Russia Investigation Over White House Visit

Democrats are calling for the House Intelligence Committee chair to step down after he confirmed meeting with a source on the grounds of the White House before announcing new evidence of “incidental” surveillance on the Trump transition team.

On Wednesday, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-California) announced that the intelligence community “incidentally” intercepted information on President Donald Trump’s transition team.

Mar 28 15:38

Gunmen Ambush 2 Cops In Miami

Two police officers in Miami, Florida have been shot by a group of gunmen in an ambush-style attack, officials say.

The cops were sitting in their unmarked car near housing projects known as “The Rockies” on Monday night when the assailants approached the vehicle and opened fire on them, local media reported.

Mar 28 15:37

We're OUT! On an historic day for Britain, Theresa May formally signs the letter to Brussels that triggers Article 50 and starts irreversible Brexit process

Theresa May has tonight signed the letter to EU President Donald Tusk informing him that the UK is triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the formal method of leaving the 28-member bloc.

The letter was due to be conveyed to Brussels by diplomats tonight to be handed to Mr Tusk by Britain’s ambassador to the EU Sir Tim Barrow at lunchtime tomorrow.

It starts a two-year process that will see the UK leave the EU on March 29, 2019.

Mar 28 15:22

LOL : DNC Asks Entire Staff For Resignation Letters

Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez, who took over as the chair of the Democratic National Committee in late February following Hillary's stunning November defeat, has asked for his entire staff to submit their resignation letters by no later than April 15th.

Mar 28 15:21

Wife Of Westminster Attacker ‘Saddened & Shocked’ By Husband’s Actions

The wife of the man who killed four people and injured up to 50 in a terrorist attack on Parliament last week has said she is “saddened and shocked” by her husband’s actions.

Rohey Hydara, believed to be Khalid Masood’s second wife, said she condemns the attack, and that she wishes those injured in the attack a “speedy recovery.”

Mar 28 15:21

Cheney Claims "Russian Meddling" In US Election Could Be Possibly An Act Of War

Former US Vice President Dick Cheney has said that Russia’s (alleged) interference in the 2016 presidential election could be “considered an act of war.”

Cheney made the remarks at the Economic Times’ Global Business Summit in the Indian capital of New Delhi on Monday, after several Democratic lawmakers also made similar statements regarding Russia and its leadership.

Mar 28 15:20

Fall of the American Galactic Empire

“The fall of Empire, gentlemen, is a massive thing, however, and not easily fought. It is dictated by a rising bureaucracy, a receding initiative, a freezing of caste, a damming of curiosity—a hundred other factors. It has been going on, as I have said, for centuries, and it is too majestic and massive a movement to stop.” – Isaac Asimov, Foundation

Mar 28 15:19

Constitutional Carry Moves Forward In South Carolina

Constitutional Carry is on the move in South Carolina. On March 9th, H. 3930, a passed the Judiciary Constitutional Laws Subcommittee. On 21 March, it passed the full committee by a vote of 15 to 7. It will now advance to a vote before the full House. Last year a similar bill passed the House, but died in the Senate.

Mar 28 15:18

Flint To Get New Pipes After $87 Million Settlement

A deal between the state of Michigan, the city of Flint, several Flint-based pastors, and the American Civil Liberties Union, has resulted in the state paying $87 million to replace lead-tainted pipelines with galvanized steel pipes.

Mar 28 15:15

SUICIDE WATCH! DNC asks all staffers for resignation letters

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez has launched a major reorganization

Mar 28 15:14

Group sues for answers over government laptop, cellphone searches

Following a massive uptick in the number of cellphone and laptop searches conducted at U.S. border checkpoints, a public interest group is suing the government for answers. Earlier this month, reports surfaced revealing that the number of times Customs and Border Protection agents searched electronic devices jumped exponentially over the past couple of years.

Mar 28 14:53

Bill O'Reilly apologizes after making racially charged joke about US congresswoman

(*O'REILLY IS TOAST ! No he isn't , lol , his new book came out today , so he knows how to get his name out there , better then anybody in the busimess .
He made a commemt about Maxine Water's hair . In an era where making comments about Trump's hair, created careers for TV talkingheads . This is a CNN teport , by thr way)

Mar 28 14:51

Elizabeth Warren Supports Filibuster On Gorsuch Nomination: ‘Way Outside The Mainstream’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said last week that she supports a filibuster to stop the Supreme Court nomination of federal Judge Neil Gorsuch, claiming that he is “way outside the mainstream.”

Mar 28 14:48

Mexican Archdiocese: Companies That Help Build Trump's Wall Are "Traitors"

Denouncing President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall between Mexico and the United States as “an open threat that violates relations and peace,” the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico City said Sunday that companies who profit from its construction are “traitors to the homeland.”

Mar 28 14:45


Conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren may have burned a bridge at TheBlaze, according to a new report. Page Six is reporting that Lahren is “permanently banned” from TheBlaze TV, where she hosted Tomi, a daily political talk show.