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May 13, 2015

May 13 14:23

100's Of Mall Stores Closing As April Sales Fall Flat

May 13 14:17

A public health crisis in Gaza

Gaza Strip has borne the brunt of war and shows the effects of multiple Israeli incursions that have destroyed homes, schools, mosques and infrastructure critical to the health of the civilian population.

May 13 14:17

US starts to understand it is useless to discuss Crimea with Russia — Russian lawmaker

Washington has not changed its position on Crimea’s reunification with Russia, but it realizes that it is useless to discuss this with Moscow, State Duma Committee on International Affairs chairman Alexey Pushkov told journalists on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, US State Secretary John Kerry met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Sochi. After talks, Kerry said the US and EU will start lifting sanctions from Russia after the Minsk agreements are implemented in full, but did not even mention Crimea.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US just blinked in Ukraine!

May 13 14:16

This is the creepiest thing David Cameron has ever said

Today in politicians say the creepiest things, David Cameron is actually going to tell his National Security Council this as he announces plans to crack down on radicalisation.


May 13 14:15

What A Liquidity Crisis Means To You

May 13 14:13

OSCE says Kiev significantly restricts movement of civilians in eastern Ukraine

European security watchdog OSCE said that the rights of the civilian population in eastern Ukraine had been "severely limited" after the Kiev authorities introduced strict controls over movement into and out of conflict areas


May 13 14:05

“The biggest company you’ve never heard of” acquired by major military contractor you’ve heard of

Last week, one of the biggest names in military-intelligence contracting, SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation) acquired “the biggest [military-intelligence] company you’ve never heard of,” Scitor, for $790 million. That quote about Scitor was told by a former NSA officer to investigative journalist Tim Shorrock, author of the definitive book on the military-intelligence complex, “Spies For Hire: The Secret World of Intelligence Outsourcing”. In the press release, SAIC describes its newest acquisition as “a leading national security provider focused on classified US Air Force and intelligence community programs,” with annual revenues of $600 million.


May 13 13:59

Senate Democrats Relent on Trade Bill

Lawmakers reached a deal to move forward on President Obama’s fast-track bill, just a day after Democrats blocked it from coming to the floor.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wonder how many got late night phone calls from the NSA playing back recordings of their calls to Fifi's Fone Fantasies! :)

May 13 13:45

Venezuelan Policeman Receives 18 Year Sentence for Murder of Teen

A policeman charged with murdering a 14 year old boy at an anti-government protest in Venezuela earlier this year has been sentenced to 18 years behind bars by a Tachira court.

May 13 13:39

UK's Cameron to introduce new laws reducing freedom of speech

These measures will focus on reducing the presence of those who incite hatred against gender, race or religion on social media and in print.

They will also target those who perpetrate harmful activities for the “purpose of overthrowing democracy.”

May 13 13:19

Religion Gives Us the World’s Largest Mental Disorder

t is estimated that 80% of the world is religious, which equates to approximately 5.6 billion people who are affected with Religithexia.
In psychology, the term “Mental Retardation” was changed to “Learning Disabled”.

Perhaps the term, “Religitard” might be too harsh for someone who hangs on to outdated beliefs, so maybe there will be a new diagnosis called Religithexia for those who are “Religiously Disabled”?

Etymology: Religi (reverence for the gods) and thexia (longing for or desire)


May 13 12:54

NATO Initiates Hotline With Moscow, But Sends Russian Diplomats Out

NATO set up a hotline with the Kremlin and Russia’s Defense Ministry in Moscow in order to avoid "misunderstandings", yet at the same time has begun removing Russian diplomats from the NATO headquarters.

May 13 12:53

Abandoned Uranium Mines Plague Navajo Nation

Two years ago Gregory’s daughter died of lung cancer. Her child, Gregory’s granddaughter, was a victim of Navajo neuropathy, a rare condition named after the only population in which it occurs. For those suffering from the disease, limbs begin to tingle, then lose all sense of touch, and eventually appear curled as claws. Ultimately, the victim dies of liver failure. One study put the average age of death at 10. First described in medical literature in 1976, there is no cure.

In the 1940s, surveyors discovered significant uranium deposits throughout the once worthless desert landscape of the reservation. Between 1944 and 1986, as the US government aimed to cut off all dependence on imported uranium, nearly 4 million tons of ore were extracted to fuel the Cold War nuclear arm’s race. With the end of the war, the mining companies moved out. They were not required to clean up their mess and left behind the legacy of their extraction efforts, including mining waste and abandoned mines.

May 13 12:52

Vatican officially recognizes Palestine, while Israel fumes

I bet somebody is really pissed!

The Vatican has become the latest country to recognize the state of Palestine, after a new treaty was finalized on Wednesday. Unsurprisingly Israel has hit out at the move, saying that it damages prospects for peace in the region.

The treaty, which was agreed, though has yet to be formally signed states the Vatican has switched its diplomatic allegiance from the Palestinian Liberation Organization to the state of Palestine.

May 13 12:51

U.S. to Spend $2 Mil on Attorneys for Illegal Alien Minors

As if it weren’t infuriating enough that American taxpayers are being forced to house, feed, medically treat and educate the never-ending influx of illegal immigrant minors, the Obama administration is also doling out millions of dollars to provide them with free legal representation.

Unlike the criminal justice system, in immigration court the government doesn’t offer free lawyers to those who can’t afford them. This means that illegal aliens who don’t have the money to pay for one must represent themselves in legal proceedings or rely on volunteer attorneys or paralegals provided by immigrant rights groups. This leaves many illegal aliens in removal proceedings without adequate legal representation and that’s simply not acceptable to the president.


May 13 12:47

Elderly Couple Honk At Off Duty Cop; Cop Breaks Man’s Nose, Smashes Teeth Out With Gun

An elderly couple in St. Louis County found out what happens when you honk your horn at a cop this past weekend, when the officer drew his gun and pistol whipped the man in the face, while wrestling with the woman as she attempted to defend her husband.

Describing the harrowing incident to local reporters, Janet and Donald Akers noted that they were unable to pay their respects to Janet’s deceased mother on Mother’s day, as they were beaten up by the cop before they could get to the graveyard.

Mrs Akers was driving the car, when she was suddenly rushed upon by a large unmarked black truck. Fearing that the truck was going to collide with their vehicle, she honked her horn.

“To let him know, hey, you’re coming over to hit us, and then he backed down, got behind us, and honked and honked and honked, all the way through the intersection,” said Janet.

May 13 12:31

Iran Warns of War if Aid Ship to Yemen Attacked

The deputy chief of staff of the Iranian armed forces warned on Tuesday that Iran would retaliate in force against any country, which attacks an Iranian ship heading to Yemen with humanitarian aid cargo on board.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That pretty much guarantees the aid ship will be attacked, most likely by Israel, that has a long history of attacking humanitarian aid ships in international waters!

May 13 12:24

The Military & the Militia

A standing army has always been used by despots to enforce their rule and to keep their people under subjection. Its existence was therefore considered a great threat to peace and stability in a republic and a danger to the rights of the nation. Since every aspect of government was designed to prevent the rise of tyranny, strict limits and control over the military were considered absolutely necessary. It was essential that the military be subordinate to civilian control.


May 13 12:14

In the Belly of the Chemical Beast: Hawaiian Activists Confront Syngenta on Its Home Turf

I first met Malia Chun in late 2013, in front of her home on the Hawaiian island of Kaua'i, where she pointed between the houses across the street to a nearby field where the agrichemical giant Syngenta tests and produces genetically engineered corn treated with a considerable amount of pesticide.

I met up with Chun again a year and a half later, this time in Syngenta's front yard in Basel, Switzerland. After a short ride through winding, medieval streets on the city's famously punctual public transit, we took pictures outside the tall office building that serves as Syngenta's global headquarters, where a security guard told us we had no chance of getting inside without an employee escort. Unimpressed, Chun asked two university students sitting nearby if they were familiar with Syngenta. The students said they knew that Syngenta sold pesticides, and that a few weeks ago, demonstrators had hung a sign from the building in protest of chemicals thought to harm bees.

May 13 12:10

Macedonian Conflict: 'Greater Albania' Used by West to Destabilize Balkans

The recent spike in violence and tension between Macedonian security forces and groups of ethnic Albanians is an ongoing product of western intervention and NATO bombing of the region in the 1990s, according to Balkan political analysts.

May 13 12:00

Everyone Calm Down, No Threat of Nuclear War - US State Department Official

The White House does not believe the Ukrainian conflict will lead to a nuclear war, said Rose Gottenmoeller, the Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security for the US State Department.

May 13 11:26

Anonymous retaliates against Papa John’s for NDA attacking free speech


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May 13 11:24

Riots Prediction Rings True

• Book warns more racial violence will hit U.S. cities.

When this author predicted in AMERICAN FREE PRESS’s latest bestselling book, America’s Racial Powder Keg, that the United States would erupt into further race riots, it was no exaggeration. On the evening of April 17, thousands of black thugs swarmed onto Baltimore’s inner-city streets to carry out destruction. By night’s end, arsonists had set ablaze 144 cars and 15 buildings, including a $600 million senior housing center that had been under construction for low-income elderly residents. Over 100 police officers were injured battling the rioters and looters.

May 13 11:18

A Nation of Snitches

A totalitarian state is only as strong as its informants. And the United States has a lot of them. They read our emails. They listen to, download and store our phone calls. They photograph us on street corners, on subway platforms, in stores, on highways and in public and private buildings. They track us through our electronic devices. They infiltrate our organizations. They entice and facilitate “acts of terrorism” by Muslims, radical environmentalists, activists and Black Bloc anarchists, framing these hapless dissidents and sending them off to prison for years. They have amassed detailed profiles of our habits, our tastes, our peculiar proclivities, our medical and financial records, our sexual orientations, our employment histories, our shopping habits and our criminal records. They store this information in government computers. It sits there, waiting like a time bomb, for the moment when the state decides to criminalize us.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Every time I see those "See something? Say something!" signs I remember back in 1994 when I did see something; the evidence of fraud in the Vincent Foster case, and did try to say something, only to have my career in Hollywood wrecked and my life threatened!

May 13 11:10

Art Institutes Is Latest For-Profit To Close It’s Doors – Forgiveness Available

. . . . EDMC, which operates 51 Art Institutes International campuses, underwent a restructuring last month and reduced a $1.5 billion debt to $400 million. The closures will leave 36 of its campuses open.

EDMC is the latest private, for-profit school to announce financial troubles. Two weeks ago, DeVry University announced it was closing 14 campuses. Last month, Corinthian, one of the largest for-profit education operations in the country, shut down. And in February, another big one, Kaplan, sold all 38 of its schools.

This just further debases the degrees of existing graduates.


May 13 11:03

Amtrak crash shows the high cost of ignoring infrastructure

America is crumbling before our eyes. Once, the U.S. was the envy of the world with its modern roads, airports, railroad bridges and other infrastructure.

Everything was first-class.

Now, it’s third-rate.

An Amtrak passenger train derailed Tuesday in Philadelphia, killing at least seven passengers.

May 13 10:46

Call him a ‘socialist,’ but many Americans agree with Bernie Sanders: "'[60%] of Americans agree with him that the ‘economic system unfairly favors the rich...'"

Is America ready for the “S” word?
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent who caucuses with the Democrats in Congress, is the only candidate so far to challenge Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic nomination for president.

May 13 10:42

AUDIO INTERVIEW: Media, Gov’t Censorship of Jewish Sexual Predators

For 20 years, Michael Lesher has been attempting to shine the light on child sex predators in close-knit Orthodox Jewish communities.

Now Lesher, an Orthodox Jew himself, has a new book out, Sexual Abuse, Shonda and Concealment in Orthodox Jewish Communities, which analyzes how and why cases of child sexual abuse have been systematically concealed in Orthodox Jewish communities. The book examines many such cover-ups in detail, showing how denial, backlash against victims, and the manipulation of the secular justice system have placed Orthodox Jewish community leaders in the position of defending or even enabling child abusers.

The book also examines the generally disappointing treatment of this issue in popular media, while dissecting the institutions that contribute to the cover-ups, including two—rabbinic courts and local Orthodox “patrols”—that are more or less unique to Orthodox Jewish communities.

May 13 10:39

Nuland cake moment in maidan Macedonia

May 13 10:37

The Champion Of Anal Probes: The TSA Or The Aliens?

Deep Space's video

May 13 10:31

Dispatcher Proof: Cop that Shot Dog and Lied Knew There Wasn't an Emergency

Last week reported on the "dog that broke the internet" who was tragically and senselessly shot by a Wyckoff, NJ police officer after the officer entered the unlocked gate of a yard at the wrong home. Lots of track covering and convolution ensued to manage the impression that the officer didn't commit the horror that people suspected - shooting someone's pet to death "just because."

However, as tempers still flare, more and more proof becomes available that the officer and chief are tangling themselves in a web of lies.

May 13 10:12

The Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015: Bill Seeks to Blackmail States Into Full Compliance

A Florida Congresswoman has introduced legislation that will send chills down the spine of any liberty-loving American.

On May 1, Frederica S. Wilson (D-FL-24) presented H.R.2232 - Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015.

May 13 10:06

Drilling approved in Gulf near site of Deepwater Horizon disaster

A new offshore drilling project in the Gulf of Mexico has gotten federal approval and is set to begin near the site of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster that killed 11 workers and sent millions of gallons of oil pouring into the Atlantic Ocean in 2010.

May 13 09:27

White House Hits Back At Bin Laden Raid Report | NBC Nightly News

Webmaster's Commentary: 

NBC confirms Hersh's story, yet neither one will take the next step forward in asking if the lies about the raid include just who was actually killed in that house and dumped into the ocean.

May 13 09:25

TIME TO STOP FUNDING ISRAEL ~~ HERE’S WHY

Incoming Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon has a pleasant surprise in store for him at the treasury: Since the beginning of the year – Yedioth Ahronoth, Ynet’s sister publication, has learned – the state coffers are overflowing with a tax surplus totaling NIS 3.6 billion.

The Tax Authority’s collection efforts are paying off, with the state raking in some NIS 600 million more than expected in April. This follows the NIS 3 billion surplus accumulated from January to March. The surplus is made up almost entirely of direct taxes – income tax and, primarily, real-estate taxes.

May 13 09:24

A TRAGIC TALE OF LIFE AND DEATH UNDER THE OCCUPATION

hree decades ago the Israeli military government canceled my sister-in-law’s Palestinian residency because she studied abroad for ‘too long.’ Now, Israel is denying her one last visit with her dying father. But my family will not allow her case, like thousands before it, to be buried in silence.

May 13 09:24

Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby Drops All Charges Against Arrested Curfew Violators…

Of course most of those arrested were from husband Nick Mosby’s council district; but, meh, who’s paying attention to those pesky details.

May 13 09:23

'Nuclear war our likely future': Russia & China won't accept US hegemony, Reagan official warns

The White House is determined to block the rise of the key nuclear-armed nations, Russia and China, neither of whom will join the "world’s acceptance of Washington’s hegemony," says head of the Institute for Political Economy, Paul Craig Roberts.

The former US assistant secretary of the Treasury for economic policy, Dr Paul Craig Roberts, has written on his blog that Beijing is currently "confronted with the Pivot to Asia and the construction of new US naval and air bases to ensure Washington’s control of the South China Sea, now defined as an area of American National Interests."

Roberts writes that Washington’s commitment to contain Russia is the reason “for the crisis that Washington has created in Ukraine and for its use as anti-Russian propaganda.”

May 13 09:16

HSBC WARNS: The world economy faces a ‘titanic problem’

HSBC chief economist Stephen King is already thinking about the next recession.

May 13 09:13

Hezbollah slams removal of Yemeni TV from satellite stream

Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has condemned as “pure piracy” the removal of Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah TV from the satellite stream.

Hezbollah’s Media Relations issued a statement on Tuesday, saying Egyptian satellite company Nilesat’s decision to take the Yemeni broadcaster off air is “frantic.”

May 13 09:13

Hell Unleashed — Paul Craig Roberts

This is what the arrogant morons who comprise the US government have stirred up: Watch this video for its entire 1 hour 20 minutes, and then ask yourself if Washington is making a good decision by driving us into conflict with Russia. (You might have to use your cursor to push
the circle with the dot back to the beginning of the video.)

May 13 09:11

Saudi airstrike hits Yemen rebel convoy, strains cease-fire

A jet-fighter from a Saudi-led coalition struck a military convoy belonging to Shiite rebels and their allies in southern Yemen on Wednesday, straining a humanitarian, five-day cease-fire that took hold the previous day.

May 13 09:09

Obama vs. Osama

Famed reporter preserves big lie with new bin Laden revelations

HERSH'S COVERUP OF A COVERUP

May 13 09:09

New UK Law Could Criminalize ‘Politically Incorrect’ Opinions

A chilling comment by British Prime Minister David Cameron suggests that even people who obey the law won’t be “left alone” by the state if they engage in anything the government deems to be “hate speech,” including “bigotry” and potentially criticism of homosexuality and feminism.

May 13 09:05

Record Antarctic ice: Mawson base might have to relocate

Satellite observations show a new daily record being set for ­Antarctic sea ice every day for the past two weeks. Annual records have also been broken every year for the past three years.

Rob Wooding, general manager of the Australian Antarctic Division’s Operations Branch, said expanding sea ice was now causing serious problems.

Last year, fuel supplies were flown to Australia’s Mawson base by helicopter because the harbour had failed to clear. Dr Wooding said the situation was “unsustainable”.

May 13 09:01

Mid-May snow, rain could put damper on Inland races

Snow will fall at an elevation of 7,000 feet Thursday afternoon and at an elevation of about 6,000 feet by Friday morning, forecasters said.

May 13 09:00

More rain, snow headed toward San Diego

A late season storm is expected to hit San Diego County late Thursday, bringing with it mountain snow and rain elsewhere in the region, FOX 5 weathercaster Chrissy Russo said Tuesday.

May 13 09:00

Amgen Tour’s Big Bear Lake TT threatened by snow

The current forecast for Stage 5, held Friday in Big Bear Lake — at nearly 7,000 feet of elevation — calls for a high of 37F, a low of 27F, and an 80 percent chance of snow. The forecast calls for snow to begin falling around 4 p.m. on Thursday, with eight to 12 inches expected on Friday.

It’s a forecast that has the Amgen Tour abuzz with concern about the potential implications, both for the athletes and the traveling race caravan.

Holding a time trial in cold, snowy conditions brings its own set of hazards, but the bigger question is whether or not team vehicles, and race infrastructure, will even be able to arrive in Big Bear Lake on Thursday evening and Friday morning.

May 13 08:53

France bans Pro-Palestinian rallies – assigns criminal penalties and hefty fines

This astonishing act of censorship happened only two days after the killings at Charlie Hebdo in January, but I hadn’t heard about it until now.

Incredibly, not only did France’s interior minister ban Pro-Palestinian demonstrations, he assigned criminal penalties not only for those who participate in the rallies, but also those who publish details about these demonstrations on social media!!!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Merde!

May 13 08:53

US Military Drops Action Against Guantanamo Nurse Who Refused to Force-Feed

Human rights NGO Reprieve has welcomed the US Department of Defense’s decision, announced today, to drop proceedings against a military nurse who refused to carry out force-feedings at Guantanamo Bay.

May 13 08:51

Does Wall Street Call the Shots at the FBI?

It is clear to most Americans that Wall Street’s financing of presidential and congressional campaigns is creating too many pals wearing blindfolds about epic corruption on Wall Street. The President, subject to Senate confirmation, selects the U.S. Treasury Secretary, the Chair of the Federal Reserve, the Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission – all of whom regulate Wall Street, for better or worse. Given that Wall Street collapsed the U.S. financial system in 2008 and has been perpetually charged with new crimes ever since, there is the strong suggestion that regulation isn’t strong enough.

May 13 08:43

A to Zion - The Definitive Israeli Lexicon - Gilad Atzmon & Enzo Apicella

May 13 08:32

Israel’s Fascist Democracy

For years, Israel and its powerful lobby in the US and Europe have presented the Jewish state as the model of democracy in a region typically referred to as “anti-democratic.” Naturally, many pro-Palestine activists, among countless others, have long argued that the central principles of Israel’s Jewish supremacist ideology, its legal structure, and its society broadly represent anything but democracy.

Such voices have correctly noted that Israel’s policies and very essence run counter to the traits traditionally associated with democracy: the rule of law, respect for minorities, and protection of civil and human rights. While no objective analyst could reasonably dismiss those important points, recent developments in Israeli politics do point to a disturbing, and painfully ironic, trend: Israel’s loving embrace of outright fascism is, to a large degree, an expression of its democracy.

May 13 08:32

Yet another huge diplomatic victory for Russia

Unless you read Russian or monitor the free blogosphere, you might not have noticed this, but something big just happened in Russia: Kerry, Nuland and a large State Department delegation have traveled to Sochi were they met with Foreign Minister Lavrov and then with President Putin. With the latter they spent over 4 hours. Not only that, but Kerry made a few rather interesting remarks, saying that the Minsk-2 Agreement (M2A) was the only way forward and that he would strongly caution Poroshenko against the idea of renewing military operations.
Kerry Putin

To say that this is a stunning development would be an understatement.

For one thing, this means that the so-called “isolation of Russia” is now officially over, even for the “Indispensable Empire”.

Second, this is, as far as I know, the first official US endorsement of M2A. This is rather humiliating for the US considering that M2A was negotiated without the Americans.

May 13 08:31

The Frightening GMO Food Fraud

The nub of his argument is that genetically engineered (GE) food products, as brand new substances produced by a means that is radically different from traditional plant breeding, are on the market illegally because American law requires that such new products be extensively tested before they can be sold. To do the required testing over the extended time period required, however, would make the whole GE venture uneconomic, so the law has been skirted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The skirting has been done by treating GE foods (now generally called genetically modified organisms or GMOs, originally meant to be a euphemism because it sounded better than “engineered”) in the same way as we treat foods that have stood the test of time and are simply generally recognized as safe (GRAS).

May 13 08:28

Brazil Cancels $2 Billion Contract with Israeli Security Firm for 2016 Olympics

Brazil’s government has excluded an Israeli “security” company from working at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro following a campaign by Palestine solidarity activists.

May 13 08:25

Gold Pushes Above $1,200 Following Downbeat U.S. Retail Sales

Gold prices are higher and hit a two-week high in early U.S. trading Wednesday, following a U.S. retail sales report that did not meet market expectations. June gold futures pushed above the important $1,200.00 level. Silver prices hit a six-week high above $17.00 an ounce. Short covering in the futures market and bargain hunting in the cash market are featured. Some slight safe-haven demand is also seen. June Comex gold was last up $12.10 at $1,204.50 an ounce. July Comex silver was last up $0.519 at $17.04 an ounce.

May 13 08:25

What Does U.S. Treasury Do With Vaccine Excise Taxes It Collects?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Not only do vaccine sales enrich the pharmaceutical industry, the excise tax on vaccines generates billions of dollars in revenue for the government, which may explain why the government mandates so many vaccines!

May 13 08:20

Police probe allegation of electoral fraud in Thanet South

The allegation centres around Thanet South, the seat where Nigel Farage narrowly lost at the general election

May 13 08:17

Interview with Bin Laden Raid Eyewitness Mohammad Bashir

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Watch this interview from Saama TV, Pakistan, with eye witness Mohammad Bashir, a resident of Abbottabad and neighbour to the alleged "compound" where the US government claim Osama bin Laden was hiding. Mohammad gives his eyewitness account of what he saw happen on 2 May 2011 (local time) - an account which fundamentally contradicts the official story. At the 12:30 mark they list two people that lived in the compound "Arshad" & "Tariq." Claims helicopter crashed & exploded that started the fire and everyone died.

May 13 08:17

Obama did NOT kill Osama Bin Laden


BBC interviewed residents in Abbottabad, Pakistan where Bin Laden's compound was located, and found most local residents share suspicions about whether the former Al Qaida leader was actually killed.
"Are there any facts? Is there any proof provided by America to the whole world to prove this thing true? We have never seen any video, we have never seen any picture of bin Laden, and we have never seen a dead body," Rashid said.

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In this video at 1:17 the person is name is Akberharm who owned the house & the US claimed it was Osama.

From this we get that the entire US operation was botched, they killed the wrong guy and that the helicopter that "landed" in the compound crashed.

May 13 08:16

?All in this together? British MPs handed 10% pay rise

MPs’ wages are set to rise from £67,000 to £74,000 – many times the national average – as it’s revealed that 60 of them went on a spending spree, buying up iPhones, iPads and personal computers before the general election.

May 13 08:15

Here It Comes: Denmark Moving to a Totally Cashless Society

Can you imagine living in a world where your every economic move is tracked and traced and completely reliant on computers?

Headlines today are declaring that not just a few, but millions of smart grid devices are open to cyberattacks, and that smart grid security is basically a joke. Bitcoin seems like a good idea on the surface, but there are too many instances where accounts get hacked, money gets stolen, or worse, people get scammed out of millions. Why?

Because it's all online... it is intangible. You can't physically hold it in your hand, therefore, you can't physically protect it.

Not that fiat currency is so much better, but this is going to be so much worse.

May 13 08:14

Surveilling and censoring the internet in Pakistan

A new bill before parliament could severely limit internet freedom and raises concerns the state is legalising censorship and mass digital surveillance, rights activists say.

May 13 08:10

Israel Seeks in Nepal to Whitewash its Crimes in Gaza

Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, was quick to congratulate Israeli soldiers on their relief efforts in Nepal, where an earthquake late last month claimed many thousands of lives.

May 13 08:10

Did Jeb Bush just commit a War Crime in Justifying the Iraq War?

Jeb Bush’s people are trying to walk back his disastrous interview with Megyn Kelly in which he said that even if he knew then what we all know now, he would have launched the war on Iraq in 2003.

May 13 08:10

Chicago "Junking" Triggers $2.2 Billion Payment, Deepening Financial Crisis

Citing “expected growth in the city’s highly elevated unfunded pension liabilities,” the rating agency cut the city to junk at Ba1. This is bad news for Chicago for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the fact that Emanuel was looking to refi nearly a billion dollars in floating rate debt into fixed rate notes and borrow another $200 million to pay off the related swaps — clearly this will now be far more difficult. The ratings agency’s actions also given creditors accelerated payment rights, meaning the city could be on the hook for some $2.2 billion in principal and interest on its outstanding liabilities.

May 13 08:08

Doubts about Islamic State's claim in Texas attack

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Tuesday for the assault on a Texas cartoon contest that featured images of the Prophet Muhammad, but counterterrorism experts said IS has a history of asserting involvement in attacks in which it had no operational role.

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Correction: Rita Katz' SITE Intelligence group has a history of claiming that ISIS is behind all these events.

May 13 08:06

SSRI drugs based on fabricated medical myths, says psychiatrist

The science backing selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, as an effective remedy for increasing serotonin levels in the brain and helping depression sufferers achieve mental "balance" is entirely nonexistent, warns a prominent psychiatrist in a new peer-reviewed editorial published in the esteemed British Medical Journal (BMJ).

Professor David Healy, head of the Hergest psychiatry unit at the North Wales-based Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital in the U.K., says the entire premise behind SSRIs and how they supposedly work is "based on a myth." Healy warns that the drugs, which have been linked to provoking both suicidal and homicidal tendencies in some users, have never been scientifically shown to balance anything in the brain.

May 13 08:06

Top Election Regulator: I Have ZERO Power To Regulate Elections

"The leader of the Federal Election Commission, the agency charged with regulating the way political money is raised and spent, says she has largely given up hope of reining in abuses in the 2016 presidential campaign, which could generate a record $10 billion in spending.

“The likelihood of the laws being enforced is slim,” Ann M. Ravel, the chairwoman, said in an interview. “I never want to give up, but I’m not under any illusions. People think the F.E.C. is dysfunctional. It’s worse than dysfunctional.”

May 13 08:02

The oil crash: something wicked this way comes

May 13 07:57

High-profile group of ex-European leaders calls for Israel to be held accountable

A high-profile group of former European political leaders and diplomats has called for the urgent reassessment of EU policy on the question of a Palestinian state and insisted Israel must be held to account for its actions in the occupied territories.

May 13 07:56

Giuliani to IDF Soldiers: By Defending Israel, You Defend the US

Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani met Tuesday with ten Israeli soldiers wounded in last summer's Operation Protective Edge.

Giuliani met with the soldiers at a midtown Manhattan kosher restaurant, on their last day of a ten-day trip to New York City, arranged by the Chabad-affiliated nonprofit group Belev Echad (With One Heart).

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As long as we have you here, you suck-up, you, just who told you WTC Building 7 was going to collapse so you could get out of your emergency command center in time?

May 13 07:54

Israel reimposes decades-long sentence on hunger striker released in exchange

Issawi’s arrest was part of a wider campaign of collective punishment imposed on Palestinians across the occupied West Bank after three Israeli youths went missing while hitchhiking there. Though Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the country’s military-intelligence apparatus knew that the youths were killed shortly after their abduction, it concealed information from the public and launched the largest military operation in the West Bank in more than a decade.

May 13 07:53

California Senate mulls new attempt to squash Palestine solidarity

The California legislature is once again attempting to formally conflate opposition to Zionism with anti-Semitism.

California Senate Resolution 35 (SCR 35) urges each of the nine University of California campuses to condemn “all forms of anti-Semitism,” including those “justified…as expressions of disapproval or frustrations over political events in the Middle East.”

May 13 07:53

Student troubled by New York Times reporter’s “Jewish litmus test”

Students interviewed for a New York Times article about campus Palestine solidarity activism say they were asked leading and inappropriate questions by reporters. In one case, a student says he was subjected to a troubling “Jewish litmus test.”

The students who spoke to The Electronic Intifada also expressed surprise that none of the statements they gave appeared in what they see as a heavily skewed article, which appeared on Saturday with the headline “Campus Debates on Israel Drive a Wedge Between Jews and Minorities.”

Lead reporter Jennifer Medina, who co-wrote the story with Tamar Lewin and Ronnie Cohen, referred questions to New York Times assistant national editor Jennifer Kingson.

May 13 07:51

Despite Obama's demand, Netanyahu's coalition guidelines make no commitment to Palestinian state

Neither of Netanyahu's previous two governments made commitment to two states either, but Israel's international standing and the demands of the U.S. and Europe have changed the playing field.

May 13 07:51

Osama Bin Laden’s Obituary Notice. December 26, 2001

A Funeral Notice for Osama bin Laden was published on December 26, 2001, in the Egyptian newspaper al-Ward. An English translation is provided below. Anyone fluent in Arabic is invited to verify or correct the translation. This item was sent to me from a reader abroad.

Also below are is a CNN interview with its medical correspondent who examines the last non-faked video of bin Laden and concludes that bin Laden is seriously ill.

May 13 07:51

Noam Chomsky Details How The Iraq War Lead To The Growth Of ISIS

Noam Chomsky answers questions from people living under bombardment in Fallujah, Iraq. The interviewer, Ross Caput, is a veteran of the 2nd US-led siege of Fallujah. He is on the Board of Directors of the Islah Reparations Project.

May 13 07:51

Rot Of Empire: Moody’s Downgrades Chicago To Junk Bond Status

It’s doubtful that Warren Buffet’s Moody’s Investor Services will face the same wrath from Obama that Obama inflicted on S&P after S&P downgraded the U.S. Government debt rating from triple-A to double-A. After all, Warren Buffet owns Obama.

May 13 07:48

Bigger than Heartbleed, 'Venom' security vulnerability threatens most datacenters

Move over, Heartbleed. There's a new catastrophic vulnerability in town.

A security research firm is warning that a new bug could allow a hacker to take over vast portions of a datacenter -- from within.

The zero-day vulnerability lies in a legacy common component in widely-used virtualization software, allowing a hacker to infiltrate potentially every machine across a datacenter's network.

May 13 07:47

Burundi president overthrown: Top general

Amid escalating tensions in the African state of Burundi, a top general announces the overthrow of President Pierre Nkurunziza.

May 13 07:45

Senators push for U.S.-Israel energy alliance

A bipartisan cadre of senators are urging the Energy Department to create a joint energy innovation hub between the U.S. and Israel. The center would focus on pushing the envelope on new natural gas development, energy efficiency and renewables.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The way it works is Israel steals gas from neighboring countries to sell to the US, and the US sends your kids to protect Israel when those other countries get pissed off!

May 13 07:43

Arizona Senate president takes part in event where speaker called for John McCain to be hanged as traitor

The founder of the Oath Keepers group suggested that U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) be “hung by the neck until dead” for treason – as the Republican president of the Arizona Senate sat beside him.

May 13 07:39

A Complete Meltdown Of National Geographic And NASA

Greenland is not melting down. National Geographic is lying to their readers. But Greenland wasn’t always like that. Seventy years ago, Greenland actually was very warm and melting down.

National Geographic doesn’t report this, and NASA has made the 1940’s warmth disappear. by altering the temperature data.

If they are going to do sci-fi, National Geographic and NASA could at least do something entertaining.

May 13 07:36

Endless Hysterics At National Geographic

Arctic sea ice is essentially normal, but National Geographic posts article after article, decade after decade predicting doom – which simply isn’t happening. They just can’t turn off the BS.

May 13 07:34

6 Dead, Over 140 Hurt After Amtrak Train Derails, Rolls on Side in Philadelphia

At least six people were killed and over 140 people hurt after an Amtrak train, carrying 238 passengers and five crew members, derailed and rolled onto its side in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia Tuesday night, according to officials.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"ISIS did it! ISIS made the driver go fast! Honest!" -- Rita Cats

May 13 07:31

Ukraine’s Poroshenko Wants Russians Interned in Prison Camps

Ukraine is a US-installed Nazi-infested fascist police state - waging war on its own people.

Criticizing regime policy is strictly forbidden. Anyone opposing state policies is targeted for elimination - by imprisonment or cold-blooded murder.

Free and open media don't exist. Authorities want only their own views disseminated. Reporting hard truths on issues mattering most is criminalized.

May 13 07:28

Mentally ill inmates abused in 5,000 US detention centers

Human Rights Watch has issued a report stating that mentally ill prisoners are being abused in detention facilities across the US, and that these practices are happening in over 5,000 facilities.

The activist group says inmates are being subjected to unnecessary and excessive use of force, and the problem is widespread.

May 13 07:25

Breaking News - "Vatican recognizes 'Palestinian state'"

The Vatican has officially recognized the “state of Palestine” in a new treaty.

May 13 06:54

Dr Peter Gøtzsche Exposes Big Pharma as Organized Crime

Peter C. Gøtzsche, MD is a Danish medical researcher, and leader of the Nordic Cochrane Center at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has written numerous reviews within the Cochrane collaboration.

May 13 06:54

Five dead, at least 50 injured after US train derails

A US passenger train with more than 200 passengers on board has derailed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, killing at least five people and injuring more than 50 others.

May 13 06:41

“Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.” – The Georgia Guidestones The full-spectrum global attack on human health is quite obvious to see for anyone who is paying attention and in search of wellness. So many of the factors

The US government has finally admitted they’ve overdosed Americans on fluoride and, for first time since 1962, are lowering its recommended level of fluoride in drinking water.1,2,3

About 40 percent of American teens have dental fluorosis,4 a condition referring to changes in the appearance of tooth enamel—from chalky-looking lines and splotches to dark staining and pitting—caused by long-term ingestion of fluoride during the time teeth are forming.

In some areas, fluorosis rates are as high as 70-80 percent, with some children suffering from advanced forms.

The former recommendation called for a fluoride level of 0.7 to 1.2 milligrams per liter (mg/L) of water. The new upper limit set by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is 0.7 mg/L, to prevent these visible signs of toxic overexposure.

Why Is a Drug Added to Water When the Dose Cannot Be Controlled?

May 13 06:16

Congress Unites to Demand Answers on Deadly Incompetence of FBI

With all of its shortcomings, at least the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has achieved one thing: In a harshly divided Congress, its astonishing ineptitude—or worse—has managed to unite Republicans and Democrats. This ineptitude may have literally sent innocent people to their deaths.

In a strongly worded letter, the GOP chairman and the ranking Democrat of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform demanded answers from FBI Director James Comey regarding the recent revelations that the Bureau’s forensic “experts” made erroneous statements in an unfathomable 95% of trials involving microscopic hair analysis.

May 13 06:01

6 dead, at least 146 injured after disastrous Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia

A train has derailed in Philadelphia with over 200 passengers on board. The number of dead has reached 6, with at least 150 people injured in this horrific Amtrak train derailment

May 13 03:03

Scott Walker to meet with Netanyahu during Israel trip

"Really, for us though, we wanted to make it an educational focus, not just a media trip," Walker said.

The Republican Jewish Coalition, the group backed by GOP billionaire donor Sheldon Adelson, is footing part of the bill for the trip, while Walker's political group, Our American Revival, is paying the rest. RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks tweeted Sunday that the governor visited the Western Wall and met with an Israeli human rights activist.
Note: Will he visit Gaza...not a chance!

May 13 02:48

‘Pants On Fire’: Analysis Shows 60% Of Fox News ‘Facts’ Are Really Lies

MINNEAPOLIS — Analysis of Fox News suggests that the TV news network is a leader in lying to the American public, beating out CNN and MSNBC for the amount of falsehoods broadcasted.

The analysis comes from Punditfact, a partnership between the Tampa Bay Times and Politifact.com, which maintains scorecards on the accuracy of major TV news networks. As of January, about 60 percent of facts reported by Fox News were false.

May 13 02:42

ICC urges Israel to give material for preliminary Gaza probe

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court warned Israel Tuesday that if it doesn't provide reliable information for her preliminary probe into possible war crimes in Palestinian territories she may be forced to decide whether to launch a full-scale investigation based on Palestinian allegations.
Note: Israel needs more time to falsify and lie.

May 13 02:34

Read email exchange between CBC's Neil Macdonald and Public Safety Canada

The public safety minister's office responded Monday to a CBC News story about what Canada's "zero tolerance" policy toward those who boycott Israel could entail by calling it "inaccurate and ridiculous."

The story, by CBC's Neil Macdonald, referred to a speech at the United Nations by Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney in which he said Canada would take a "zero tolerance" stance against groups that promote boycotts against Israel. In the speech, Blaney also conflated boycotts with anti-Semitic hate speech.

May 13 02:33

Ottawa cites hate crime laws when asked about its 'zero tolerance' for Israel boycotters

The Harper government is signalling its intention to use hate crime laws against Canadian advocacy groups that encourage boycotts of Israel.
Such a move could target a range of civil society organizations, from the United Church of Canada and the Canadian Quakers to campus protest groups and labour unions.
If carried out, it would be a remarkably aggressive tactic, and another measure of the Conservative government's lockstep support for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Note: Israel also totally controls Canada as it does the U.S.

May 13 00:28

New mortgage rules for Auckland investors: They must have 30 per cent deposit

New mortgage rules for Auckland investors: They must have 30 per cent deposit
10:40 AM Wednesday May 13, 2015

The Reserve Bank will target Auckland property investors with new lending restrictions as it looks to take the heat out of the property market in the country's biggest city, which it sees as a key risk to the nation's financial system.

The bank intends in October to introduce new loan-to-value ratio (LVR) limits on lending to property investors in the Auckland Council area that would require those borrowers to have at least a 30 per cent deposit, it said in its six-monthly financial stability report.

The Reserve Bank said the potential for a sharp correction in the Auckland market has increased since its November report, with investors the key source of new demand for the city, accounting for about a third of new lending in the six months ended March 31.

May 12, 2015

May 12 22:01

Canadian Government Says Free Speech is for Offending Muslims — Not Opposing Israel

Stephen Harper is the perfect Poster Boy for how free expression is tribalistically manipulated and exploited in the West. When the views being suppressed are ones amenable to those in power (e.g., cartoons mocking Islam), free speech is venerated.

May 12 21:58

Phony Free Speech in Garland Texas

Pamela Geller needs to be exposed for what she is

May 12 21:55

Rejoice with the ‘new’ House of Saud

It’s fascinating to watch the vast, well-rewarded western army of Saudi lobbyists/stenographers singing the praises of a “traditional and conservative institution”, a.k.a. the House of Saud, now embarking on a new, “assertive foreign policy.”

May 12 21:53

America as Dangerous Flailing Beast

Despite pretty talk about “democracy” and “human rights,” U.S. leaders have become the world’s chief purveyors of chaos and death – from Vietnam through Iraq, Libya, Syria, Ukraine and many other unfortunate nations.

May 12 21:52

The Nakba: Israel’s Catastrophe

The Palestinian Nakba is a catastrophe for the Jewish colonists and their descendants: it transformed the once decent surviving victims of European antisemitism and the Holocaust into terrorists, killers, thieves, racists, and liars – into the mirror image of their persecutors. And the same perverted brush tainted the UN and Western governments as collaborators of the sickest and most sadistic society in the world.

May 12 21:50

Israel sentences Palestinian to 9 months for Facebook posts

The former secretary-general of Fatah in Jerusalem has been sentenced to nine months in an Israeli prison for activity on social media.

May 12 20:01

US May Use Military To Confront China In South China Sea Islands Dispute

Just days after Japanese PM Shinzo Abe leaves Washington (having stepped up his nation's military assertiveness), The Wall Street Journal reports that the US Secretary of Defense has asked staff for military options in the South China Sea (as we have detailed China's land reclamation efforts): U.S. MAY USE MILITARY TO CONFRONT CHINA IN SPRATLY ISLANDS DISPUTE: WSJ Having ironically commented on China's "bullying," it appears Nobel-Peace-Prize winner President Obama is preparing for an even bigger objective, amid China's rising threat to USD dominance (with Yuan liberalization and AIIB success).

May 12 19:41

UK government will bring back Snooper’s Charter; Snowden warns of dangers

However, speaking from Russia at a conference in Australia on Friday evening, the whistleblower Edward Snowden warned against accepting this distinction: "The impacts of metadata can’t be overstated, they are collecting data on everyone regardless of wrongdoing. When you have metadata, it’s a proxy for content, so when politicians split hairs about metadata you should be very sceptical." He went on to say that adopting these data retention laws was a "radical departure from the operation of traditional liberal societies around the world," and pointed out that mass surveillance had not stopped the Sydney siege, the Boston marathon bombings, or the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine in France.

May 12 18:38

North Korea executes defense minster

May 12 18:33

The Greatest Water Crisis In The History Of The United States

What are we going to do once all the water is gone? Thanks to the worst drought in more than 1,000 years, the western third of the country is facing the greatest water crisis that the United States has ever seen. Lake Mead is now the lowest that it has ever been since the Hoover Dam was finished in the 1930s, mandatory water restrictions have already been implemented in the state of California, and there are already widespread reports of people stealing water in some of the worst hit areas.

May 12 18:31

‘We the People’ Need to Circle the Wagons: The Government Is on the Warpath

“The government is merely a servant?merely a temporary servant; it cannot be its prerogative to determine what is right and what is wrong, and decide who is a patriot and who isn’t. Its function is to obey orders, not originate them.”

? Mark Twain

May 12 18:05

What Does U.S. Treasury Do With Vaccine Excise Taxes It Collects?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Earlier this year I started to research what’s known as the “Vaccine Injury Trust Fund,” a “stash” of cash collected on every vaccine sold and given to children and adults in the USA.

That Trust Fund is “financed” by a $0.75 excise tax on each vaccine active recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. On multi-valent vaccines, i.e., those containing more than one disease active e.g., trivalent vaccines like MMR, DTaP, etc., then 75 cents is paid for each valent, or a total of $2.25 for a 3-valent vaccine.

Now, here’s an interesting aspect: The U.S. Department of Treasury collects those excise taxes and also manages the Trust Fund’s investments. Investments? Sounds like there should be quite a stash in that Trust Fund portfolio...

May 12 17:58

America’s Nuclear Arsenal Is Extremely Vulnerable

In an interview with Epoch Times, Richard Fisher, member of the International Assessment and Strategy Center think tank, revealed how vulnerable America’s nuclear arsenal is to our enemies. The crux of the problem, is that our ICBM’s haven’t moved since the end of the cold war. There were plans to create mobile systems that could better disguise our nukes, which were ignored as we tried to reduce our arsenal. As of now, the locations of most of our silos can be identified on Google Maps.

May 12 17:55

A Relentless Push Into Totalitarianism: Are the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Jade Helm Interrelated?

The volume of the barrage is so intense that the people are kept off balance and unable to react, let alone keep up with these actions. One measure after another is relentlessly pushing us into the totalitarian, third world slum that lies just around the corner.

May 12 17:41

A to Zion - The Definitive Israeli Lexicon IS OUT!!!

Buy it now before it is banned!!!

May 12 16:12

Are We a Nation of Wimps?


EPIC Ron Paul Speech

May 12 15:45

Apple Could Make Money by Bailing Out Greece

Greece needs about 190 billion euros ($212 billion) to bring down its debt to the manageable level of 70 percent of gross domestic product. That's about 48 percent of the five companies' combined cash stash. For paying down the debt, Greece could reward the firms with a special deal on corporate taxes, somewhat like the one Apple now enjoys in Ireland. That sweetheart deal is being investigated by the European Union and is probably doomed. Yet Greece's case is different: The EU, as one of the country's biggest creditors, might be inclined to make a special dispensation to the American companies for helping solve the Greek problem.

"Welcome to Applesoft Greece"

May 12 15:44

Court’s Reversal Leaves Phones Open to Warrantless Tracking

In a decision published Tuesday, a panel of 11th circuit judges overturned the ruling the same circuit court made last year in US vs. Davis, which found that obtaining Davis’ past cellphone location without a warrant violated his fourth amendment right to privacy. The new ruling instead finds that because Davis’ phone location data wasn’t Davis’s property, but the property of his phone carrier, MetroPCS—a legal argument known as the “third party doctrine”—he had no expectation of that data’s privacy, and the cops tracking him didn’t in fact need a warrant.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am going back to two Dixie cups and a waxed string!

May 12 15:42

The real sign that Greece's financial turmoil is getting worse

Greeks are pulling their money out of banks... and spending it on cars

May 12 15:30

Charlotte Elizabeth Diana gets gift of vaccines from Canadian government

The federal government is commemorating the birth of the latest royal baby with a Canadian-made snowsuit and a charitable donation to a pro-vaccine group.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Using the royal baby to push vaccines.

May 12 14:59

Stocks May Be About To Fall, Caution Advised

May 12 14:56

Another bankster turns up dead; Murray Abbott washes up on Toronto beach

Keep 'em coming, boys!

May 12 14:45

Man-made global warming by co2 is a lie

we have been lied to by an elite who need to control you via new powers based on lies fear and seemingly doing the right thing to bring in sin taxation as

May 12 14:32

M6.8 - 33km SE of Ofunato, Japan

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Just up the coast from the ruins of Fukushima!

May 12 14:04

Michigan Voters Smash Tax Hike Referendum

Proposal 1 suffered the worst defeat Tuesday of any Michigan ballot measure since the current Constitution was adopted more than a half-century ago, as 80 percent of voters rejected the sales tax increase and road funding plan. . . .

May 12 13:44

Sales Exec Says She Was Fired for Uninstalling GPS App That Tracked Her Constantly

According to the suit, which was spotted by Ars Technica, Intermex made employees install the Xora GPS app so the company could track them at all times. Myrna Arias claims that she told her boss, John Stubits, that she was fine with the tracking while she was on duty, but opposed to it during her off hours and weekends. The suit alleges that a group of co-workers agreed with this position. After doing some research about Xora, Arias uninstalled the app in April 2014.

After researching the app and speaking with a trainer from Xora, Plaintiff and her co-workers asked whether Intermex would be monitoring their movements while off duty. Stubits admitted that employees would be monitored while off duty and bragged that he knew how fast she was driving at specific moments ever since she installed the app on her phone.

May 12 13:17

DA: No charges in Robinson shooting

Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne says there will not be criminal charges brought against the Madison police officer who killed Tony Robinson.

May 12 13:11

Two Major Psy Ops Documents You Must Read

The Amerikan and global populace have no conception of the level of advanced, high-tech psychological operations they are under. The field of psy ops, which used to be a tool of governments and military strategists against rival nations has now been turned upon the masses by the emerging global government.

These psychological operations are being used on you.

May 12 12:41

Washington state limits Stingray surveillance in unanimously approved ‘pro-privacy’ law

An anti-surveillance bill that brings unprecedented restrictions to cell phone tracking technology, not unlike that achieved through devices sold as “Stingrays,” has been signed into law in Washington state.

Governor Jay Inslee, a Republican, added his signature to HB 1440 on Monday this week, authorizing a law that effective immediately requires police officers to obtain search warrants before deploying “cell site simulators,” or devices that mimic the behavior of mobile phone towers.

May 12 12:39

Trade bill fails procedural vote in Senate

The Pacific trade agreement failed its first test in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday after a key Democrat said he would vote against a procedural vote to support President Barack Obama's diplomatic pivot to Asia.

Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden said Tuesday that he will vote "no" in the procedural hurdle to grant the president Trade Promotion Authority—or so-called "fast-track" status for trade deals. The final vote saw 52 "yea" and 45 "nay" votes—shy of the 60 affirmatives required to pass the procedural hurdle.

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