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Jan 25 10:22

Trump Bars EPA & USDA From Talking To Media Or Awarding Grants

President Donald Trump appears to be waging a war on science and the environment. His latest moves include banning at least three Cabinet-level agencies from talking to the media, publishing scientific research or issuing grants.

Between Monday morning and Tuesday afternoon, the Trump administration had instituted gag orders and freezes on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Jan 25 10:19


Jan 25 10:12


The New York Times quietly issued a major correction to an editorial attacking the electoral college in December, admitting it has in fact defended the electoral college at a time when it was politically expedient for Democrats.

Jan 25 10:12

‘Illuminati’ starts up ‘official website’ in an effort to gain “followers,” sell merchandise

In an effort to gain followers and sell copies of what they are calling “The First Testament of the Illuminati” and other materials the so-called organization has fired up an ‘official website’ ( aimed at drawing in “millions of people from all walks of life” who are willing to commit themselves to the global elite “for the betterment of humanity” and become “people of the Illuminatiam.”

Jan 25 10:11

Inflation: Here's What the Wrong-Way Bet Looks Like

Why focus on expectations of inflation? Because, those expectations are detached from reality. The inflated fear of inflation is a contrary signal. Investors are betting on the wrong 'Flation.

Jan 25 10:10

Effectiveness is crucial to our nation’s growth and success but the respect of “property rights and protecting public safety and the environment” is also a factor.

More often than not infrastructure projects have been dragged through miles of red tape, killing the true essence of job potential in the United States which has historically been held back by vast environmental restrictions. And although President Donald Trump is an environmentalist at heart, he also understands the need to open up the market to get projects and jobs flowing again.

Jan 25 10:09

Germany Unleashes New 'Ministry Of Truth'

It seems that all ideas suspected of being "populist" - or simply those ideas without the blessing of the elites - will now be banned in Germany. As in communist dictatorships, the more obvious the failings of the government, the more aggressively the establishment attacks those who speak out about them.

Jan 25 10:05

Google Permanently Bans 200 "Fake News" Sites

Google has not disclosed the list of 200 sites it had permanently banned.

Jan 25 09:52

Clinton Charity is Massive Global Swamp, Cascading Mountain of New Evidence Coming for Clinton Charity Fraud - Charles Ortel

Why is the Clinton charity shutting down now? Financial analyst Charles Ortel, who has analyzed the Clinton Global Initiative charity for more than two years, says, “I think, in part, because nobody wants to contribute to it.

Jan 25 09:45

Dow breaks the 20,000 Barrier

While every story you read from the press is negative about Trump and one in every three California residents supports the withdrawal from the union, according to a new Reuters, the stock market presses to new highs now that Trump is in office without being assassinated by Democrats who refuse to be American first. The Dow has pushed through the 20,000 mark, which is physiological.

Jan 25 09:44

CIA files: US & Soviet nuclear sub crash off Scotland ‘could have sparked global war’

Newly declassified CIA files indicate that a US submarine laden with 160 warheads collided with a Soviet vessel off the coast of Scotland in 1974. Experts say it could easily have caused nuclear war.

Jan 25 09:43

Senate Dems Throw Down Gauntlet For Trump And GOP With Plan To Rebuild America

With a $1 trillion infrastructure plan unveiled Tuesday, Senate Democrats and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) are offering President Donald Trump an opportunity to make good on a major campaign promise—without giving away billions to private corporations in the process.

The sweeping proposal (pdf), which proponents claim would create 15 million jobs, focuses on repairing the nation’s “crumbling roads and bridges,” upgrading local water and sewer systems, replacing and expanding existing rail and bus systems, rebuilding schools, and expanding high-speed broadband in unserved and underserved areas, among other priorities. The plan would reportedly “rely on direct federal spending,” as the Washington Post reports, and be paid for by closing unspecified tax loopholes.

Jan 25 09:42


The White House issued a statement Tuesday addressing the issue of press coverage and public comments about President Donald Trump’s 10-year-old son, Barron.

Jan 25 09:42

Alex Salmond: Brexit ‘Long Way’ From Done Deal, Court Ruling ‘Massive Defeat’ For May

The Scottish National Party has welcomed a High Court ruling that will force the Brexit-triggering Article 50 to pass through parliament, as its foreign affairs spokesman Alex Salmond told RT they plan to challenge the government on every aspect of the deal.

Jan 25 09:41

Army will go ‘full force’ in future wars, collapsing EU shouldn’t lecture – Israeli defense chief

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said the army will stop at nothing to defeat the enemy in conflicts to come, and they won’t stop until the adversary “waves a white flag.” He also slammed attempts by third parties to meddle.

Speaking at a two-day security conference in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, Lieberman, leader of the nationalist Yisrael Beiteinu party and long-time ally of Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu, said that the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) will fight till the bitter end and not settle for half-measures.

“It doesn’t matter where the next conflict breaks out, it has to be at full strength,” Lieberman told the audience. “You recruit the entire army, the entire reserves; you go full strength until the end, until the other side… raises a white flag. We don’t stop in the middle.”

Jan 25 09:41

Sturgeon Responds To UK Supreme Court Ruling

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has raised the prospect of a second independence referendum after the Supreme Court ruled that Scotland does not have a say in triggering Brexit.

Jan 25 09:37

How Central Bank’s Policies Are Going to Hurt Investors in Coming Days

Central Banks across the world started investing in equities when yields fell.

Jan 25 09:36

Rough sleeping rises at appalling rate, charity says, as figures show 16% rise

More than 4,000 people a night have been sleeping rough on England's streets, a 16% increase on last year.

Jan 25 09:36

Four more journalists get felony charges after covering inauguration unrest

Four more journalists have been charged with felonies after being arrested while covering the unrest around Donald Trump’s inauguration, meaning that at least six media workers are facing up to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine if convicted.