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Jun 19 07:56


In what can only be described by reasonable people as pathetic political manipulation, seven Democratic lawmakers showed up at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility over the weekend and demanded access. The group of seven — New Jersey Reps. Bill Pascrell, Frank Pallone and Albio Sires, as well as fellow New York Reps. Jarrold Nadler, Hakeem Jeffries, Carolyn Maloney and Adriano Espaillat — made their obnoxious, unannounced visit on Father’s Day, of course, for maximum political effect.

Jun 19 07:49

333 Whales Hunted, A Third Of Them Pregnant, Killed In Japan’s Gruesome Program

Whales Hunted in the Name of “Science” - Japan has long taken a toll on the whale population in 2018, despite a ruling by the...

Jun 19 07:38

Albert Einstein's travel diaries reveal racially offensive views

In diaries that Einstein kept during his five month journey across countries including China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, Palestine and Spain, the Nobel Prize winner called China a "peculiar herd-like nation" and said its citizens were "often more like automatons than people".

Jun 19 07:37

Hush-hush meet: North Korea's Kim Jong-Un lands in Beijing for two-day visit, reports Chinese media

North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-Un is currently in Beijing for a two-day confidential meeting with top Chinese officials from June 19 to 20 (Tuesday and Wednesday), reported Chinese state media. This unexpected trip comes days after the historic US-Korea Summit, where the North Korean met President Donald Trump in Singapore on June 12.

Jun 19 07:11

Iraq denounces mysterious Syria airstrike attributed to Israel

Iraq on Tuesday denounced an airstrike in Syria attributed to Israel in which over 50 pro-regime fighters, including some 20 members of an Iran-backed Iraqi paramilitary group, were killed.

The Iraqi foreign ministry said it “expresses rejection and condemnation of any air operations targeting forces in areas where they are fighting ISIS, whether in Iraq or Syria or any other area where there is a battlefield against this enemy that threatens humanity,”

Jun 19 07:10

Onward to Stock Market Nirvana... Or Not

Jun 19 07:08

Syrian Army's Military Columns, Russian Forces Enter Dara'a Province for Imminent Anti-Terrorism Operation

Dara'a is on the Israeli border, this could end badly.

In a relevant development on Monday, the army's Tiger Forces, equipped with modern weapons, arrived in Dara'a province to reinvigorate the army's combat capabilities in the region.

In the meantime, local sources said that talks with the terrorists to persuade them to surrender have failed, adding that the government forces are waiting for the final order to launch their operation in the Southern part of the country after the arrival of the Tiger Forces.

A number of peace committees in Dara'a province were killed by the terrorists who rejected the army's reconciliation plan.

Jun 19 07:03

Trump signed secret pledge to safeguard Israeli nukes — report

US President Donald Trump has reportedly signed a secret letter pledging not to strong-arm the Jewish state into relinquishing its nuclear weapons.

The US president’s backing came after Israel’s ambassador to the United States reportedly pressured the administration last year, raising the ire of American officials.

The rare moment of tension between the Israeli government and Trump White House in February 2017 came a month after Trump entered office and was said to devolve into yelling and profanity, according to a report by The New Yorker on Monday.

Jun 19 06:00

Wedding photos of Marilyn Monroe’s first marriage when she was 16, 1942

Hollywood sex symbol Marilyn Monroe had her fair share of lovers, none of them stuck around long. She was divorced three times before dying of an overdose at age 36 in 1962. Marilyn’s first husband was James Dougherty, a Los Angeles police officer. They began dating in January 1942 and were married in June of that year, just 18 days after Marilyn (then Norma Jean Baker) celebrated her 16th birthday.

Jun 19 04:23

Will Venezuela Escape Justice and Withdraw from the ICC Before They Finish Investigating the Crimes Against Humanity?

The wheels of the investigation into Venezuela's crimes against humanity are moving slowly. So slowly, in fact, that Venezuelan officials are making an effort to withdraw from the ICC. If this happens, it means that Venezuela is no longer subject to any legal actions by the ICC. They’re no longer in the jurisdiction.

Jun 19 03:52

Tech Bulls Concerned If Selling Starts Here

Jun 19 03:51

Ex-CIA employee charged in major leak of agency hacking tools

Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a former CIA employee with violations of the Espionage Act and related crimes in connection with the leak last year of a collection of hacking tools that the agency used for spy operations overseas.

Jun 18 23:38

Why Can’t We Sue the TSA? (For assault, asks Ron Paul.)

If shutting down the TSA is too “radical” a step, Congress should at least allow individuals to sue TSA agents for assault. Anyone who has suffered unfair treatment by the TSA as a result of being put on the “troublesome passengers” list should also be able to seek redress in court. Making TSA agents subject to the rule of law is an important step toward protecting our liberty and security.

Jun 18 23:36

Armed Man Attempts To Carjack Two Different People, Both Of Them Pull Out Their Guns

It’s no secret that Florida residents have lots of concealed carry permits, which translates to many Floridians having firearms with them while they’re out and about. One criminal found out the hard way –twice– just how armed and ready they are.

Jun 18 23:34

New Copyright Law Could Make Current and Future Internet Memes Illegal to Share

Posting memes, remixes, and other similar content could soon be banned from the Web in the European Union, according to critics who are speaking out against a recently proposed copyright law.

Jun 18 21:39

Disney issues seizure warning about 'Incredibles 2' for fans with epilepsy

On Friday, Walt Disney Pictures sent an advisory to theaters showing "Incredibles 2," asking them flag customers to the scene.

AMC supervisor Mauricio Mencia, who's worked at the Universal CityWalk location in Los Angeles for the past year, says, "I've never seen something like that happen."

The memo, which has been shared on social media, says: " 'Incredibles 2' contains a sequence of flashing lights, which may affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy or other photosensitivities."

Jun 18 21:37

Amazon criticised for selling films promoting conspiracy theories on Prime

Amazon’s television service is showing films by prominent conspiracy theorists claiming that governments are controlled by human-reptilian hybrids and that global elites secretly plan to exterminate most of the world’s population.

The digital giant is spending billions on big budget dramas and sports rights to colonise the living room with Amazon Prime Video.

But as concern over online misinformation mounts The Sunday Telegraph can reveal it is also propagating the bizarre fantasies of Alex Jones and David Icke.

Jun 18 20:15

Next Mortgage Default Tsunami Isn’t Going to Drown Big Banks but “Shadow Banks”

As banks pull back from mortgage lending amid inflated prices and rising rates, “shadow banks” become very aggressive.

Jun 18 19:01

Ammon Bundy Introduces & Narrates "The Bundy Story" (Video)

"I post the official Bundy Story again just in case some have not watched it or for others who have forgotten why we made a stand. Our desire as the Bundy family is for you to get informed and then judge us for how we have stood and what we have done. Thank you to so many- we are eternally grateful and will never forget your love for us."

Jun 18 13:37

Over 1,200 Minnesota Parents Are Suing to Shut Down Child Protective Services.

A group of parents in Minnesota called Stop CPS From Legally Kidnapping Children

Jun 18 11:55

Trump Announces Formation of Official SPACE FORCE

Vowing to reclaim U.S. leadership in space, President Donald Trump announced Monday he is directing the Pentagon to create a new "Space Force" as an independent service branch aimed at ensuring American supremacy in space.

Trump envisioned a bright future for the U.S. space program, pledging to revive the country's flagging efforts, return to the moon and eventually send a manned mission that would reach Mars. The president framed space as a national security issue, saying he does not want "China and Russia and other countries leading us."

"My administration is reclaiming America's heritage as the world's greatest spacefaring nation," Trump said in the East Room, joined by members of his space council. "The essence of the American character is to explore new horizons and to tame new frontiers."