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May 28 15:32

Calls To Ban Bitcoin Grow Louder After Ransomware Attack

In this video, Vin Armani covers the predictable fallout from the WannaCry ransomware attack. First they blame North Korea and bitcoin. Then an establishment think tank connects bitcoin to terrorism and presses Congress to ban it.

May 28 16:07

The Push Is On, Free Money For Everyone As The System Breaks Down

UMich confidence, expectations and what is really happening in the economy are all headed in different directions. San Francisco housing declines as more people decide to leave the area. Core durable goods decline.

May 28 16:23

Getting High At $1,000 Per Share

Amazon and Google are both in the red in today's pre-market trading, suggesting that the raging robo-machines may be taking a day off. But they probably are not quite done.

After all, Amazon did hit $993.38 per share yesterday---so its hard to imagine the robo-traders can't muster another 0.7% gain in order to tag the magic mountain of $1,000 per share.

May 28 17:41

VIDEO: Madness reigns at Evergreen State College as students ‘take over’

A new video has surfaced of students this past week at Evergreen State College yelling and ranting about everything from “racist white teachers” and “white-ass administrators” to “black power!” during a so-called “meeting” with President George Bridges and other college administrators.

May 28 17:46

The Real Foreign Policy Scandal Is Its Sabotage By Trump Enemies

During the election campaign Donald Trump argued for better relations with Russia. He wanted to engage in a common fight against the Islamic State and other terrorists. Hillary Clinton argued for a confrontational policy against Russia and a new cold war. The foreign policy establishment, the media and the CIA were solidly on Clinton's side. The people of the United States made their choice. It was Trump and his views of policies that were elected.

May 28 17:50

Drone Democracy – UK Parliament in the Dark over Airstrikes

Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) has criticised the Government for refusing to disclose information about the intelligence behind a 2015 UK drone strike in Syria, calling the lack of Parliamentary scrutiny “profoundly disappointing.” In a report released this morning, the chair of the Committee – Conservative MP and former Attorney-General Dominic Grieve – said that ISC’s attempts to scrutinise the decision to take strikes had been hampered by the Government’s refusal to provide key information.

May 28 17:53

BEWARE OF $4,000 24K GOLD iPHONE 7 - Read The Small Print

What gift do you get for the person who has everything?
This year, one option is an iPhone 7 encased in solid gold, encrusted with diamonds and bearing the face of Donald Trump. Priced around $151,000, it's just one example of the mind-blowing bling sold by Goldgenie, a store in the United Arab Emirates where the super rich do their shopping.

May 28 17:57

DHS chief John Kelly: Intel leaks ‘borderline, if not over the line, of treason’

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday U.S. intelligence officials betrayed the country if they were behind the leak of information about the bomb used in last week’s attack in Manchester.

May 28 22:56

Trump: Dancing with Wolves on the Titanic

Robert Fisk put it best: “Trump Is About To Really Mess Up In The Middle East”. Following his fantastically stupid decision to attack the Syrian military with cruise missiles, Trump or, should I say, the people who make decisions for him, probably realized that it was “game over” for any US policy in the Middle-East so they did the only thing that they could do: they ran towards those few who were actually happy with this aggression against Syria: the Saudis and the Israelis. Needless to say, with these two “allies,” what currently passes for some type of “US foreign policy” in the Middle-East will only go from bad to worse.

May 29 01:39

Trump Budget Finds $0 in Wasteful Pentagon Programs.

In assembling the budget as proposed on Tuesday, the Trump administration dove deep into the weeds of the executive branch, finding programs that it deems wasteful or unnecessary and targeting them for complete elimination. All told, the budget lists 66 programs that would be either completely zeroed out or would lose the overwhelming majority of their spending authority. In all, the budget claims savings of $26.7 billion from what it refers to as “major discretionary eliminations.”

However, the administration apparently has a significant blind spot when it comes to the Department of Defense, an accounting black hole into which some $639 billion is set to disappear under the president’s budget proposal. >>>

May 29 02:23

SICK NEW UNDERCOVER VIDEO CATCHES PLANNED PARENTHOOD EMPLOYEES RED-HANDED - NOWHERE TO RUN NOW!

The horrors of abortion were fodder for laughter when abortion providers gathered for meetings of the National Abortion Federation, according to a new video released by the Center for Medical Progress.

May 29 05:06

The Next Stock Market Crash Will Be Blamed On Donald Trump But It Will Be The Federal Reserve’s Fault Instead

A stock market crash is coming, and the Democrats and the mainstream media are going to blame Donald Trump for it even though it won’t be his fault.

May 29 06:26

Bad News for Gun Grabbers — Concealed carry soars 214% while violent crime falls 21%.

In addition to being history’s greatest gun salesman, Barack Obama did the best job of convincing John Q. Public there really is a need for concealed carry. John Q. paid attention and turned out by the thousands. Also under Obama’s watch the last two concealed carry hold-out states – Wisconsin and Illinois – passed laws permitting residents to carry a concealed firearm.

May 29 06:38

JFK @ 100: Two Cheers for John F. Kennedy on His Birthday

An excellent example of fake news IMHO. Breitbart just revealed who pulls their strings IMHO!
Memorial Day marks the 100th birthday of John F. Kennedy.

Cast as a liberal martyr, the 35th president actually left a legacy for conservatives to cheer.

Murdered by a communist, liberals spent the better part of the last 54 years blaming Dallas oil men, shadowy CIA operatives, and the John Birch Society for his death. Kennedy’s assassin perhaps understood him better than many of his mourners.

May 29 06:38

How can we best honor the dead veterans on Memorial Day?

The best way to honor our war heroes is to hunt down the Banksters that started these wars and profited from them, hunt them down and execute them, seize their fortunes and rewrite the history books. Rockefeller, Brzezinski have died and it is time the other Neocons like GHW Bush and Family, the Clintons and all the rest, the "Rotchilds", Warburgs, Kuhn Loeb, Goldman Sachs and all these parasites who have fed off of the blood of our men and women and children are shown their graves. Death to the War Merchants!!!

May 29 06:40

2-minute analogy: When humanity wins in an 'Emperor's New Clothes' moment over our .01% rogue state criminals, are you prepared for a whole new world?

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Stories, songs, movies that are popular resonate truths people want to feel and express; sometimes these truths are veiled. Consider in two minutes:

It’s just a limited analogy with none perfect even with Disneyfied wishing, of course.

And that said:

Earth’s humanity (Aladdin), in dire poverty, orphaned from connection to Life/One/God, threatened with death by a government scheming for endless sadistic power, develops unique creativity from challenging conditions nobody would choose.
Unbelievable riches (Princess Jasmin) but equally captured on Earth intersects with ordinary humanity for mutual benefit: teamwork to defeat the previously hidden evil that was the power manipulating government, and with victory the amazing possibility of unimaginable creativity in a “whole new world.”
Freedom for the first time to create as we wish in sufficient power and access to hidden truths of what was imagined as “magic” (Genie).

May 29 06:53

Florida Federal Prosecutor Died of Possible Gunshot Wound

A Federal Prosecutor for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami, Beranton J. Whisenant Jr., was found dead on May 25th last week. A report by the Miami Herald indicated that Whisenant had suffered a possible gunshot wound to the head. Whisenant’s body was found on the waterfront of Hollywood Beach, Florida. Police are currently investigating the death as a crime. No arrests have been made at this time, and it is not clear where Whisenant died.

May 29 06:54

We’re Dealing With a New Type of War Lie

When the U.S. public was told that Spain had blown up the Maine, or Vietnam had returned fire, or Iraq had stockpiled weapons, or Libya was planning a massacre, the claims were straightforward and disprovable. Before people began referring to the Gulf of Tonkin incident, somebody had to lie that it had happened, and there had to be an understanding of what had supposedly happened.

May 29 07:14

Liberals Teach Their Kids to Hate People Who Don't Think Like Them

There are few people more liberal than Fareed Zakaria, a Washington Post columnist and host of his own show on CNN.
And even Fareed thinks things are getting out of hand.
Here's what he said on Saturday (make sure you're sitting down):

May 29 07:55

U.K. Security Minister Explains Why They Couldn't Stop Manchester Bomber. It's 'Horrifying.'

In an attempt to explain why British intelligence failed to prevent the deadly bombing of Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande performance last Monday, the U.K. Security Minister has offered some truly alarming statistics.

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