May 16 09:28

Peru reopens probe into mass sterilizations of over 300,000 indigenous people

Peruvian judicial authorities have ordered the reopening and expansion of a criminal probe into the mass forced sterilization of an estimated 350,000 women and 25,000 men during the 1990s.

May 16 09:22

Harvard University is accused of setting quotas to keep the numbers of Asian-American students significantly lower than the quality of their applications merits.

A complaint Friday alleged that Harvard University discriminates against Asian-American applicants by setting a higher bar for admissions than that faced by other groups.

May 16 08:50

Difference Between Jewish/Christian/Muslim/Leftist Extremists Perfectly Explained

As anyone who follows our work knows The liberal / progressive brain is backwards in its thinking, which is what had led to many of the problems we see in our society today.
A progressive will call what’s evil good, and what’s good and right evil.

May 16 08:49

New Fox News Poll Finds That a Surprising Number of People Believe Terrorists Live Near Them

A “record high” percentage of people believe that there are terrorists living in the U.S. and nearby them, according to a new Fox News poll.
The poll found that, of the 1,006 people asked, 29% percent of respondents believed it to be “very likely” that terrorists are living in the United States.

May 16 08:49

How to fight western propaganda

First they manufacture monstrous lies, and then they tell us that we should be objective!

I truly believe that there is not much time for “objectivity” in any battle, including those ideological ones, especially when these are battles for the survival of humanity!

I strongly believe no! We are obliged to fight those who are burning our dwellings, to hit with full force those who are attempting to rape our women, and to confront fire with fire when innocent beings are slaughtered.

May 16 08:46

FBI investigates report that projectile hit windshield of Amtrak train moments before it crashed... as it's revealed TWO other trains were also struck minutes apart on the same corridor

The FBI is investigating a report that the Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia on Tuesday night could have been 'shot at' moments before it derailed, killing eight and injuring 200.

The new claim on Friday comes as investigators revealed that two other trains had suffered cracked windows after being hit by unknown objects just minutes before the deadly crash and only a few miles apart.

May 16 08:37

Seizing an alternative: War lies to hide obviously unlawful wars: propaganda as usual (4 of 7)

*hyperlinks/video live at source*

The following is my paper for the Claremont Colleges’ conference, Seizing an Alternative Toward an Ecological Civilization, with open registration to the public on June 4-7, 2015.

Paper title:

‘Emperor’s New Clothes’ political collapse: Seizing an alternative to OBVIOUS unlawful wars, bankster looting, lying corporate media
I’ve divided the paper into sections:

Recognizing The Emperor’s New Clothes as THE STORY of today (1 of 7)

Obviously unlawful US/UK wars of the present (2 of 7)

Obviously unlawful Israel wars on Gaza (3 of 7)

War lies to hide obviously unlawful wars: propaganda as usual (4 of 7)

Bankster looting: fundamental fraud that “debt” is “money” (5 of 7)

Lying corporate media: required propaganda trying to hide naked empire (6 of 7)

Integrity for the whole truth, and nothing but the truth (7 of 7)

This section is: War lies to hide obviously unlawful wars: propaganda as usual (4 of 7)


May 16 08:36

Man Buys a Car for $60,000 at Auction. Then He Hands the Keys Over to Someone He’s Never Met…

A Colorado teen who lost his police officer dad in the line of duty five years ago now has one more cherished item to help remember his dad.
At a police charity auction on Wednesday, 19-year-old Tanner Brownlee tried and failed to outbid and win his father Sam Brownlee's old squad car.

May 16 08:36

One Map Shows the Most ‘Distinctive’ Cause of Death in Your State

The two biggest killers in the United States are cancer and heart disease, but interestingly enough, each state has a distinct ailment or accident which affects its citizens.

May 16 08:13

Jeb Bush’s alarming caution

The former Florida governor, often regarded as the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, managed over an extraordinary 72 hours to demonstrate that he is not anything like his older brother, the former president. He showed himself to be indecisive, uncertain where he stands, afraid of his shadow and nakedly calculating.

(*Talk about your 'Sugar Coating" .
Once we get JEB , We get a US installed puppet , in The US ! )

May 16 08:06

Jeff Rense & Tim Rifat - Jeff's Recent Brush with Death

May 16 08:02

Britain’s richest are 105 times better off than the poorest

The UK’S richest 20 percent have more than one hundred times the wealth of the poorest 20 percent

May 16 07:46

White House Blames Republicans for Amtrak Accident– Here’s the Truth

Liberal pundits have been musing about how Republican budget cuts could have contributed to the Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia earlier this week. Even the White House jumped on the wagon, eager to blame their political opposition for the tragedy.

May 16 06:51

Candidate with no votes demands recount because he ‘voted for himself

AN embarrassed candidate who got no votes at the UK’s local elections is demanding a recount — because he knows he should have at least one.

May 16 06:50

Wait, what?! Gynecologist accidentally leaves mobile phone in patient following a C-section

A Jordanian gynaecologist is alleged to have accidentally left his cell phone in his patient’s abdomen during a Caesarian section in April this year.
Hanan Mahmoud Abdul Karim, 36, was admitted to a private hospital in Amman for the operation on April 24, according to the Jordanian media. During the procedure, the gynaecologist somehow misplaced his mobile phone in the woman’s abdomen.

May 16 04:36

Five major banks to plead guilty to rigging currency markets

Five major international banks are expected to plead guilty as soon as next week to criminal charges in the US related to their deliberate manipulation of global foreign exchange markets, which allowed them to rake in billions of dollars at the expense of retirees, university endowments and municipalities.

May 16 04:32

Battlefield: Black Sea

While the war in Ukraine has raged on for more than a year, the growing conflict between the US-NATO and Russia has taken on new dimensions. From economic warfare waged by the West in the form of sanctions, to the diplomatic rows over the commemoration of Victory Day in Moscow, more and more it seems that relations between East and West are fraying beyond repair. Though it may seem that this conflict is escalating into simply an extension of what was once known as the Cold War, the potential exists for a hot war of global dimensions.

May 16 04:22

Macedonia Struggles for Identity as Political Violence Grows

Macedonia's opposition pledges more protests amid growing violence and attacks on police officers, as the country is forced to decide between a national identity and EU/NATO integration.

May 15 23:06

What if Putin is Telling the Truth?

Russian President Vladimir Putin dropped a political bombshell that was known by Russian intelligence two decades ago.

May 15 19:38



May 15 18:34

Son of judge could escape jail time after being caught with 10,000 child abuse images.

A former teacher from one of Australia's most distinguished families of judges is likely to avoid jail, despite being convicted of possessing child abuse material.

May 15 18:33

NSA chief: I didn’t lie to Congress about spying on millions of Americans—I just forgot about it

In March of 2013, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper went to Congress and had this conversation:

May 15 18:32

George could be Jeb’s secret weapon IN N.H

Our Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll showed the former president is wildly popular among New Hampshire Republican primary voters. And they are the ones Bush is failing to reach out to right now.

(*And no way could "W" ever be a handicap to J.E.B .
No way , what so ever .
NONE !!! )

May 15 17:32

Internal Documents Show FBI Was 'Wrestling' With License Plate Scanner Privacy Issues

newly revealed documents also suggest that the Bureau has developed a policy for the technology to address privacy concerns. But that document remains unjustly secret

May 15 14:46

Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sentenced to death

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to death for his role in the 2013 bomb attack on the Boston Marathon – an attack that killed three people, left more than 260 wounded and stunned the country.

May 15 14:08

Saudi airstrikes kill 48 in Yemen despite truce

Saudi Arabia’s airstrikes against the western Yemeni provinces of Hajjah and al-Hudaydah have killed at least 48 people just a few hours after Riyadh declared the start of a five-day ceasefire in the war-wracked country.

May 15 13:55

FBI’s covert air force of surveillance aircraft shrouded in secrecy and hidden in shell corporations

As reported by ARS Technica, as tensions surrounding the recent protests and violence in Baltimore began to subside, a small squadron of innocuous-looking aircraft circled overhead, keeping watch on the neighborhoods most affected by rioting and other acts.

May 15 13:47

What Are They Thinking?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Time for a repost!

May 15 13:17

APPS: Military Industrial Complex Targeting 2016 Presidential Candidates

A new group of leaders from the military industrial complex has formed seeking to pressure potential presidential candidates into supporting a ‘strong foreign policy’.

Americans for Peace, Prosperity, and Security (APPS) has been established by former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers. It wants to be the “premiere national security and foreign policy organization during the 2016 debate”, and to “help elect a president who supports American engagement and a strong foreign policy”.

APPS is seeking to hold a candidate forum later this year.

The organization refuses to disclose its donors, but its list of supporters provides us with a who’s who of the military industrial complex.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Since Presidential candidates appear to be for sale to the highest bidder these days, it would not surprise me to find a "war-centric" candidate for these people to back.

May 15 12:50

Obama Calls For Americans To Help Heal The Rifts Between Law Enforcement And Communities

President Barack Obama called on Americans to help "heal the rifts" between law enforcement and communities while giving remarks at the National Peace Officers' Memorial Service at the U.S. Capitol on Friday.

"It takes a special kind of courage to be a peace officer," Obama said. "To be the one people turn to in their most desperate moments. To be willing to run into a dangerous situation, when everyone else is running the other way."

May 15 is Peace Officers Memorial Day, which is part of National Police Week. Obama and others marked the occasion after a year of strained relations between police and citizens around the U.S.

"We can work harder, as a nation, to heal the rifts that still exist in some places between law enforcement and the people you risk your lives to protect," Obama added later. "We owe it to all of you who wear the badge with honor.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A short memo to President Obama: it is all in the training, sir, and giving police the ability to de-escalate a situation, and talk down someone who could be a danger to himself (or herself) and others).

And the more IDF members, or ex-members are allowed to train US police officers, the more average US citizens will feel like Palestinians.

May 15 12:40

What We Lose When Police Blame Victims For Their Own Deaths

In cases in which charges are not brought against an officer in a police killing, authorities have successfully shifted some blame onto the victim in order to support the assertion that an officer acted legally in using lethal force. The implication is that it isn't the officers' job to stop themselves from killing people -- rather, it is the people's job to not get themselves killed by the officers.

The cases below have all failed to produce criminal charges for the officers involved. But they leave us with a variety of questions that can't be answered simply by having a prosecutor decide that it was the victim -- and definitely not the officer -- who was somehow at fault. Even if we accept the finding that the victims were killed legally, it doesn't answer a more pressing question: Did these people really have to die?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

American law enforcement needs to learn to de-escalate potentially dangerous situations, so that someone who is not in their right mind can be carefully, and humanely, subdued, and get the help they need.

If the training changes, I would almost be willing to bet that the body count from fatal shootings will be substantially be reduced.

May 15 12:35


After publicly humiliating the Internal Revenue Service, a North Carolina man received more than $100,000 from the agency. Lyndon McLellan had the bank account for his convenience store seized by the IRS, and at first he wasn’t even sure why. The agency used civil asset forfeiture laws to take McLellan’s money without convicting or charging him of a crime.

May 15 12:28

Minneapolis cops accused of pepper-spraying 10-year-old boy in the face during protest

A Minneapolis woman accused local police of pepper-spraying her 10-year-old son in the face while accosting a small group of demonstrators protesting excessive force by police on Wednesday night.

The boy’s mother, Susan Montgomery, told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune that the officer maced her son, Taye, after driving up to her and a group of 10 protesters without warning.

“I was thinking, ‘This guy is gonna run us over,'” she said. “People started running. It seemed like he was mad at that point.”

The unidentified officer then stopped his vehicle, she said, before he “just jumped out of his car and started spraying everybody. The Mace just happened. It hit everybody in that area.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It takes a REALLY MANLY police officer.... to mace a 10 year old kid.

But the problem with police officers EVERYWHERE is that they are trained to view the general public as "the enemy", and one which must be subdued, violently, on sight.

May 15 12:26


In a Jefferson Parrish School District in Louisiana, an eighth grader was handcuffed and dragged out of the classroom…for throwing skittles. He was then held for six days.

May 15 12:20

Tsarnaev jurors reach verdict in penalty phase

The jury has reached a verdict in the case of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev.

The panel of seven men and five women will return to the courtroom in US District Court in Boston at 3 p.m. to deliver their ruling on whether Tsarnaev should get death or be imprisoned for the rest of his life.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

UPDATE: Tweets from reporter in court room make this a study in foregone conclusions. Tsarnaev is going to be fried to end this farce. The evidence of his innocence is ample, but once he is dead, nobody has legal standing to reopen the case and ask for a new trial.

May 15 10:59

These 20 Republicans Voted To Let Illegals Into The Military

Despite 20 Republicans defecting to join Democrats, Republicans and conservatives won big on Thursday evening: An amendment from Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL)80%
passed onto the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) stripping amnesty for illegal aliens from the defense bill.

May 15 10:58

Coming Soon From the Obama Dept. Of Education – 24/7 Boarding Schools

Every program, every mandate, every executive order coming from President Obama is designed to increase government’s size and control over the American people’s lives. That’s how socialists think and so that’s what Obama does. So, it should come as no surprise what President Obama’s Education Secretary – Arne Duncan – is now proposing.

May 15 10:56

Lawsuit: Water district fired workers who were too old, knew too much

For the second time this year, the valley’s largest water utility is being sued by former employees who claim they were forced off the job in part to cover up mistakes and wrongdoing that cost ratepayers millions of dollars.

The latest civil suit, filed April 30 in Clark County District Court, involves 16 people who accuse the Las Vegas Valley Water District of retaliation, discrimination and breach of contract among other claims.

They were among 101 employees laid off last year by the water district and its umbrella agency, the Southern Nevada Water Authority, in what agency executives framed as a post-recession move from a growth-based mission to one focused on operations, maintenance and customer service.

May 15 10:35

You're Paying Ted Cruz's Salary So He Can Run For President

A few weeks before Texas Senator Ted Cruz officially decided to seek a new job—that of President of the United States—Catherine Frazier had to quit hers. For the past two years, she'd been Cruz's Senate press secretary; now she was going to do the same job for his presidential campaign—which meant leaving the federal government payroll.

May 15 10:34

Why Are We Paying the NFL to Help the Pentagon Recruit Troops?

All-star first baseman Carlos Delgado was not a fan of the numerous military appreciation events taking place at the ballpark a decade ago. These were staged to bolster support for the Iraq war and doubled as recruitment stations, using sports to increase the ranks of the armed forces, which had thinned dramatically after George W. Bush decided to call for a permanent era of armed conflict.

May 15 10:31

Medical Tyranny: California Senate Advances Bill to Force More Parents to Vaccinate Their Kids

Hey California parents... Have you considered homeschool yet?

You might want to right about now.

The California Senate just advanced a bill yesterday that would end a parent's right to choose what is shot into his or her child for philosophical reasons, once again effectively telling the entire state their supposed political representatives do not represent the will of the people but the will of corporations.

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May 15 10:24

Ron Paul: Jade Helm 15 A Military Takeover?

video interview

Ron Paul Warns Of Economic Collapse; Jade Helm & Violence in Baltimore

May 15 10:17

APPS: Military Industrial Complex Targeting 2016 Presidential Candidates

Americans for Peace, Prosperity, and Security (APPS) has been established by former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers. It wants to be the “premiere national security and foreign policy organization during the 2016 debate”, and to “help elect a president who supports American engagement and a strong foreign policy”. . .

. . . APPS appears to be one of many recent outgrowths of the previous Neoconservative ‘think thank’ and pressure group known as the Project for a New American Century (PNAC) which openly advocated for military adventurism worldwide and whose founders included committed war hawks John Bolton, Robert Kagan, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney to name only a few.

May 15 10:08

Atlanta billboards urging 'Don't Run' from police criticized

The campaign was developed by a city-funded public safety agency

May 15 10:07

Chief: Miami Beach police sent hundreds of offensive emails

probe revealed about 230 emails demeaning to African-Americans and women or pornographic in nature

May 15 10:04

2 former Los Angeles sheriff's officials surrender to FBI

The two, both 56, are the most senior officials charged in the long-running and widespread investigation of jailhouse corruption and abuse

May 15 09:58

US Companies Are Throwing a Fit Because They're Losing Control Over the Internet

Control over the internet is slipping away from the US government and American corporations in favour of a more global approach, and the corporations don’t like how they’re being treated so far.

May 15 09:58

Former Judge: "Don't be fooled by the USA Freedom Act. It won't stop government spying."

A decision last week about NSA spying by a panel of judges on the United States Court of Appeals in New York City sent shock waves through the government. The court ruled that a section of the Patriot Act that is due to expire at the end of this month and on which the government has relied as a basis for its bulk acquisition of telephone data in the past 14 years does not authorize that acquisition.

May 15 09:41

42% of honeybee hives killed off in U.S. last year

More than two out of five American honeybee colonies died in the past year, and surprisingly the worst die-off was in the summer, according to a U.S. federal survey.

May 15 09:32

Governor May Make Drought Declaration for State of Washington

The governor may declare the entire state of Washington is in a drought Friday.

The drought conditions around the state are the most serious in about 10 years.

May 15 09:28

Warning: You WILL be interrogated for driving within 100 miles of the Canadian border

Random checkpoints are being set up by U.S. Customs [DHS] agents in the northeast within 100 miles of the Canadian border.

The Border Patrol operates a national network of internal checkpoints, illegally stopping motorists up to 100 miles inside our border! These illegal checkpoints allow DHS to stop and search law-abiding American citizens without justification.

May 15 09:24

OC Mental Health Workers Join Statewide Protest Against Kaiser's Whistleblower Firing

Pickets and leaflets all around California called for the reinstatement of psychologist Dr. Alex Wang, a Bay Area Kaiser clinician who got fired in April.

May 15 09:23

George Orwell - A Final Warning

May 15 09:11

Signed into Law: Florida Bill Expands Limits on Drone Surveillance

By Michael Maharrey

Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed signed a bill into law yesterday that takes a second step against mass surveillance, expanding current limitations on the use of drones in the Sunshine State that will have a practical impact on the federal surveillance state...

May 15 09:02


“At first I couldn’t believe it, because Rubi Rivlin is the symbol of Israelism. But when we kept searching, we found that when my name is typed into Google it says I was born in Palestine, and the same is written about famous actress Natalie Portman, the Oscar winner who was also born in Jerusalem.”

May 15 08:51

US House imposes new sanctions on Hezbollah

The US House of Representatives has unanimously approved a bill to impose new sanctions against the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah.

The House passed the measure by 423-0 on Thursday, shortly after the legislature voted overwhelmingly to approve a bill allowing Congress to review, and possibly reject, an international nuclear agreement with Iran.

The House passed similar Hezbollah sanctions legislation last year, but the Senate did not approve it.

May 15 08:50

The Murder of Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Reasons for his murder:
? Opposed using the atomic bomb on Japan
? Opposed establishing Israel
? Intended to dismantle British colonies.

May 15 08:44

'Like spilled blood': 1st ever Gaza film festival rolls out red carpet among ruins

In eastern Gaza City, among ruins and memories of war and destruction, a red carpet was laid out for a film festival on human rights. The event was held amidst rubble in the Shujaiyeh neighborhood, where some 100 Palestinians died in last year's Gaza war.

The Karama ('Dignity' in Arabic) Human Rights Film Festival was the first of its kind to ever be held in Gaza – and the chosen location was just the “right place” to hold such an event, according to organizer Saud Aburamadan.

“When we were looking for locations to screen the films we arrived in Shujaiyeh in eastern Gaza City, a large part of which was turned to rubble. We stood there next to the destroyed mosque, surrounded by destroyed homes in every direction, and became clear that it was the right place to hold a film festival focused on human rights,” Aburamadan told +972 Magazine.

May 15 08:42

'This is a matter of public safety': California Senate approves controversial bill prohibiting vaccine exemptions

State senators passed a bill Thursday aimed at increasing California’s school immunization rates after a measles outbreak at Disneyland last year.

May 15 08:41

New analysis finds that if the world built nuclear power at a similar rate to Sweden or France, all fossil fuel electricity could be displaced in 25-34 years, reducing carbon emissions by half.

Fossil fuel electricity could be replaced with nuclear power in just 25 years, cutting worldwide human carbon emissions by half, a new analysis published to PLoS ONE finds.

May 15 08:40

Go home or go to jail: Israel pressures African migrants to leave

Israel is offering illegal immigrants $3,500 and a one-way ticket home as it begins to crack down on refugees, who face prison if they don’t take up the deal. Rights groups are appalled at the move, saying Israel should be doing more to protect them.

Israel says the tough move is necessary to send a message to migrants that making the journey is not worthwhile in the first place. As deterrents it has built a steel fence along the border with Egypt, houses migrants in a detention camp in the middle of a desert, and has stopped issuing work permits to deter would-be migrants

May 15 08:36

So What Did The Thug Brigade Expect?

So let me see if I get this right.

Cops have, for decades, embraced this "thin blue line" where they actively abuse certain suspects, harass, detain and arrest people without any sort of probable cause, fabricate evidence (such as having "drop guns" to plant on someone who doesn't have one or "convenient" narcotics when they can't find any that the suspect actually has), lie about how they collected evidence (which got a drug case thrown out down here in Florida not long ago), beat non-resisting suspects for grins and giggles, shoot people without legal justification and worst of all, cover up the acts of others in the department that they know damn well are unlawful.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What is new is that the majority of citizens now know about it!

May 15 08:25

North Carolina Woman Being Evicted From Her Own Land For Living in Tent

Ingred Larson received an eviction notice from the county today. Why? For living in a tent on her own property. Yes. Really. She is being evicted for living in a tent on her own land.

May 15 08:11

Fingerprints 'can reveal drug use'

They argue the test could be useful in prisons, drug abuse clinics and even for routine testing in the workplace.

May 15 07:33

10 Pictures That Show How America Is Becoming A Lot Like Nazi Germany

The history books tell us about how evil and wicked the Nazis were, so why aren’t we more alarmed that the United States is becoming more like Nazi Germany with each passing day? More than three years ago, I wrote an article entitled “25 Signs That America Is Rapidly Becoming More Like Nazi Germany” which got a ton of attention.

May 15 07:09

Chicago police sexually abused prisoner at 'black site' – report

One of the people held at the Chicago police’s notorious “black site” at Homan Square claims the officers sexually abused him into agreeing to participate in a drug sting. Security footage from the facility shows the man was indeed held there.

May 15 06:47

WOW: Rand Paul's Communication Director Calls Karl Rove His Hero

Sergio Gor spoke of the 'distinct honor' of welcoming 'a true American innovator,' Karl Rove, to the podium. Gor continued that Rove is 'a leader who has incurred false personal attacks from the hostile liberal media... despite this constant barrage, he has maintained his impeccable integrity and a stead devotion to conservative governing principles... As a lifetime advisor to president Bush, he engineered the president's election in 2000 against a popular democratic administration and to admit a country enjoying peace. He followed up by crafting a political strategy that gave republicans a unified government for the first time since world war II. In the White House, he played a central role in implementing president Bush's vision for America, a vision that has kept our economy strong for six years and our nation safe from terrorist attacks. Ladies and Gentlemen, Karl Rove is the mastermind. He is our honored guest tonight. Please welcome one of my heroes, Karl Rove." [APPLAUSE]

May 15 06:34

BEX Alert!!! - "Jeb Bush Reverses on Iraq: 'I Would Not Have' Invaded"

After days of refusing to say whether, with the benefit of hindsight, he would have ordered an invasion of Iraq in 2003, Jeb Bush relented Thursday and said he would not have done so.

"If we're all supposed to answer hypothetical questions, knowing what we know now, what would you have done?" Bush said with a twinge of annoyance while campaigning in Arizona. "I would have not engaged. I would not have gone into Iraq."

May 15 06:01

Blues Legend B.B. King Dies at 89

May 15 06:01

Jade Helm: Marines train for internment of citizens under martial law

Military training and planning for some sort of internment of American citizens during civil unrest is hardly new. Multiple military documents and leaks have long exposed this startling truth.

May 15 05:57


The US Surveillance State is scrambling to save itself in the wake of a federal ruling that declared the bulk collection of metadata under a provision of the Patriot Act, which is set to expire on June 1, illegal . But the reason for so many ‘experts’ touting the benefits of surveillance, goes beyond the basic desire to spy on Americans. Because, as you might imagine, “terrorism” is big business.

May 15 05:02

Rand Paul's Perversion: Paul Condones His Employee's Assault On Reporter With Bodily Fluids

This story is disgusting on so many levels. The other day an extremely creepy video surfaced where the head of Rand Paul's New Hampshire campaign, David Chesley, didn't like an independent journalist tracking Rand's appearances so he went up and slathered saliva all over the persons' camera. The corporate media trivialized this as if it's merely odd or quirky, but actually, it's assault. Anyone confused about this can learn what assault is by going up to ANY COP OR POLITICIAN AND LICKING THEM OR THEIR PROPERTY. You'd be in jail so quick it'd make your head spin. You'd probably get hurt too. A query of 'arrested for licking' reveals countless criminal cases nationwide. The fact that Rand Paul takes this lightly and condones it speaks volumes about him.

May 14 21:05

The Secret Life of Timothy McVeigh (video)

Timothy McVeigh. We’ve been told so much about him, the Oklahoma City bombing, and what it meant for America. But what if it’s all a lie?

May 14 19:20

Baltimore prison guards arrested for looting during Freddie Gray riots

Maryland has suspended two Baltimore-based corrections officers after they were charged with burglary and theft. The two women were caught on video participating in the looting of a convenience store during the riots after Freddie Gray’s death.

May 14 19:18

MSM Claims Assad Official Arrested For Coup, Proved Wrong Hours Later

By Brandon Turbeville

Every week it seems the Western mainstream media devises yet another propaganda narrative to be launched at the Syrian government and Bashar al-Assad. As one can easily see, each attempt becomes more and more desperate.

After numerous attempts at portraying Assad as guilty of having committed atrocities against innocent civilians, using chemical weapons, and dropping barrel bombs, the media has since taken to narratives portraying the Syrian president as losing his grip on the Syrian government as well as suffering huge territorial losses...

May 14 18:22

Clinton has vowed to protect Obama’s actions on climate... But Sanders has gone further, calling for a carbon tax and substantial investments in rail to “break our dependency on automobiles.”

The Twitters bring word that former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley is likely to announce on May 30th that he’s entering the Democratic presidential primary. As John Wagner puts it, all signs are that O’Malley will position himself as “a more progressive, forward-looking alternative” to Hillary Clinton.

May 14 18:21

An army veteran with cancer called 911 because he was hungry and couldn't move. Dispatcher and police deliver groceries to him personally.

An 81-year-old North Carolina Army veteran touched an emergency operator earlier this week when he dialed 911 — not because he was hurt, but because he was hungry.
Clarence Blackmon had just returned to his apartment in Fayetteville, N.C., after more than a year in a hospital and rehabilitation facility where he has been battling cancer. When he got home, his refrigerator was empty. He had no family living nearby and no way to get to the grocery store. “I can barely walk without holding onto a chair,” he told the 911 dispatcher.

May 14 15:49

Minority Report: Your Iris Can Now Be Scanned From Across the Room

Biometrics has been coming for a long time, but as it is starting to be adopted everywhere, superficially for consumer verification and security purposes, the envelope is getting pushed as more invasive techniques are being developed and put in the hands of government, law enforcement agencies, and corporations.

Now someone has invented “long range” iris scans. In other words, they can literally scan your iris and identify you from across the room.

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May 14 15:41

Stephanopoulos will not moderate a Republican presidential debate

amid Clinton Foundation controversy

May 14 15:39

Tiny Macedonia Confronts a Supersize Scandal

An almost surreal scandal involving hundreds of thousands of secretly recorded conversations caught top government officials discussing everything from rigging votes to covering up killings.

May 14 15:37

Intern sexting scandal takes down powerful Missouri politician

Missouri House Speaker John Diehl (R) announced his resignation

May 14 15:13

Students Find Disgusting Bugs in Michelle Obama Lunch

A recent story from Conroe, Texas is a perfect example of why so many students and parents are fleeing en masse from the horrific food standards of the lunch program. Teenagers from the local high school were horrified to find bugs in the broccoli that was being served in the cafeteria. As one mother put it “There’s no way they could’ve missed them, picking up a handful of broccoli like they do with their gloves on and not seen these ginormous bugs.” The school later sent a vague email to parents that notified them of a complaint with their cafeteria, and informed them that they were addressing the problem.

May 14 15:11

NATO Members Drunkenly Sing “We Are the World” (Not Satire)

Have you ever wondered what NATO is up to when they’re not busy overthrowing pesky governments, absorbing post Soviet nations, drone striking terrified villagers, or funding false flag terror plots? I mean, they’re human just like the rest of us right? Surely they need to take a break from their murderous campaigns from time to time. Sometimes they just need to take a step back from it all, put their arms around each other and just sing, you know?

May 14 14:45

Following City, Chicago Public Schools Credit Rating Junked

One day after the city of Chicago took a big hit to its credit rating, a leading bond-rating agency further downgraded the Chicago Public Schools debt to “junk” status.

May 14 14:44

Drone puts White House on brief lockdown

A man has been detained by the US Secret Service after he attempted to fly a drone over the White House fence, authorities say.

May 14 14:41

‘Homeland’ Fails To Keep Track Of Number Of Illegals Allowed To Stay

The Department of Homeland Security does not maintain data on how many illegal immigrants it allows to stay in the U.S. through prosecutorial discretion — a failure that could have national security implications — the agency’s inspector general reported Wednesday.

May 14 14:36

Students discover ‘ginormous bugs’ in Michelle O lunch

Parents knows it can be difficult to get kids to eat their greens, but after an incident at a Texas high school some students may never eat vegetables again.