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September 18, 2014

Sep 18 06:12

Corker Slams Obama, Kerry for 'Exercising the Worst Judgment Possible' on ISIS

Kerry got into a heated exchange with Corker who said, "I want to say as I said personally, we have three senators, president, vice president, secretary of state, that are exercising terrible judgment right now. And to say that you're going to do this regardless of what we say, you're not going to ask for buy-in by the United States Senate or House of Representatives on behalf of the American people in a conflict that's going to be multiyear. Some people say a decade. Taking us into another country with a different enemy, is exercising the worst judgment possible."

Sep 18 06:08

Will they stay or go? Scotland votes on independence

Voters across Scotland went to the polls Thursday in a historic vote to decide whether Great Britain should be a little less great: without Scotland.

The northern region's 307-year-old marriage with England hangs in the balance, as polls show a tight race between unionists and nationalists, who argue Scotland would be better off with a divorce.

A massive turnout of around 4.2 million Scots, about 97% of eligible voters, is expected, and residents as young as 16 have been granted p

Sep 18 06:07

Odile Poised to Bring Major Flooding to Southwest US

Tropical Rainstorm Odile will unload tremendous rainfall over a large part of the Southwest United States that will run off the mountains and into the desert valleys and plains through the end of the week.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If the water management systems were working properly this would end the drought they have been dealing with.

Sep 18 06:04

Groups working to prevent federal funding of anti-Israel activity on campus

Ten organizations have announced a coordinated effort to convince Congress to reform the Higher Education Act to prevent federal funding of anti-American and anti-Israel activity.

Congress currently is considering the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, or HEA, which includes the allocation of federal funds to 129 international studies and foreign language centers at universities nationwide.

Most of the ten organizations working on the reform effort are Jewish.

Organizations involved in education, the Jewish community and civil rights are working together to ensure there is oversight of universities. The goal is to require recipients of federal funding to implement grievance procedures and for the Department of Education to include a complaint resolution process.


Sep 18 05:57

Pathological altruisim: Injustice: Illegal alien still at-large after killing North Carolina man in 2011

On Oct. 5, 2011, Luis Alberto Rodriguez, 44, sped through a red flashing light at the intersection of Colington Road and U.S. 158 in Kill Devil Hills, and crashed his Chevy Lumina into the pickup truck driven by Paul Davis. The truck was hit with such force that it flipped over, killing 51-year-old Joe Storie, a passenger in the vehicle, according to court documents.

Two other passengers, Joe's wife, Alicia Storie, and his sister, Chris Storie, were both critically injured in the wreck and were taken to Norfolk General Hospital in Va. by air ambulance. Rodriguez was taken to the same hospital with serious injuries. Incredibly, days later, Rodriguez walked out of that same hospital, embarking on what would be, only his first flight from justice.

Sep 18 05:47

Israel Facing Major Economic Consequences for 50 Day War on Gaza

Shir Hever is an economic researcher in the Alternative Information Center, a Palestinian-Israeli organization active in Jerusalem and Beit-Sahour. Hever researches the economic aspect of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territory, some of his research topics include the international aid to the Palestinians and to Israel, the effects of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories on the Israeli economy, and the boycott, divestment and sanctions campaigns against Israel.

His work also includes giving lectures and presentations on the economy of the occupation. He is a graduate student at the Freie Universitat in Berlin, and researches the privatization of security in Israel. His first book: Political Economy of Israel's Occupation: Repression Beyond Exploitation, was published by Pluto Press.

Sep 18 05:42

Sheriffs in the Southwest: The border is ‘spiraling out of control’

SANTA FE, N.M. — Sheriffs along the U.S. border with Mexico don’t like what they’re seeing. Describing the immigration crisis as “spiraling out of control,” a coalition of five sheriffs’ organizations in the Southwest released a three-page statement calling on the federal government to resist “outright amnesty” for people in the country illegally.

The document obtained by New Mexico Watchdog called for increased funding for border security programs, including removal programs supervised by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and DNA samples, fingerprinting and iris scans for people apprehended for entering the U.S. without documentation.


Sep 18 05:20

Israel tortures prisoners captured in Gaza invasion

Two dozen Palestinians captured during Israel’s invasion of Gaza this summmer remain in detention more than three weeks after the 51-day offensive ended. While the men have had limited contact with their families, the legal team representing most of them says several have been tortured. “They testified in front of our lawyer that they were subjected to torture by the Israeli interrogators,” Issam Younis, director of Gaza’s Al Mezan Center for Human Rights, told The Electronic Intifada on Monday.

Al Mezan represents 22 of the 24 detainees still held by Israel. “At least eight that were visited by the lawyer were subjected to torture,” Younis added. “It doesn’t mean the others were not.”

Sep 18 04:52

Bill Gates Donates $5.6 Million to Cornell University which Helped Monsanto Promote GMO Bovine Growth Hormone rBST

Want to know just how far Gates’ money reaches to promote GMOs and other unhealthy ‘scientific’ discoveries touted as boons to society? Look no further than Cornell University, the institution that tells us Monsanto’s rBST (also known as rBGH) - a genetically engineered growth hormone used to make cows produce more milk – is safe. Supported by a $5.6 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Cornell Alliance for Science is said to help researchers and stakeholders pinpoint and effectively communicate the potential impacts of agricultural technology and how such technology works.

Sep 18 00:11

Palestine and the ICC

The question of Palestinian membership in the International Criminal Court has become a battleground in the Israel-Palestine conflict. For months the Palestinian Authority has been threatening to join the ICC. Israel and its Western allies are vigorously opposed to this and have threatened to withdraw financial aid from the PA if it pursues membership. The US senate, for example, debated legislation in 2012 that would cut off millions of dollars in assistance to the PA, and the EU has reportedly said it will withhold aid for re-building Gaza after the latest assault, if the PA were to bring a case against Israel. As a result the PA has delayed joining the Court and instead has been using the threat of membership to try to extract concessions from Israel; for instance, the ICC was reportedly discussed during recent negotiations over a Gaza ceasefire.

September 17, 2014

Sep 17 23:35

CA Seeks to Track, Charge Drivers By The Mile- Bill Awaits Governor Brown's Signature

The revenue agents in the California legislature have launched a scheme preparing to charge motorists by the mile to drive in the state. SB-1077' 'Vehicles: road usage charge pilot program' will create a task force to address all the aspects of a 'charge-drivers-by-the-mile' program in the state, which would replace the purportedly 'ineffective' and 'inadequate' gasoline tax. The bill's own author admits that "the mileage charge could burden families in California," and its' co-author admits that "the task force and pilot program will likely consume substantial resources."
The bill was presented to Governor Jerry Brown on 09/04/14, but has yet to receive his signature. Contact Brown's office to ask for his Veto today!


Sep 17 22:53

NEW ISIL Horror Threat!!!

This is the game changer. ISIL will be in all of our faces by 2015! No doubt about it after this revealing video!!!!

Sep 17 22:03

Ukraine and the neo-Nazis, Who is Behind them

Ever since serious protest broke out in Ukraine in February the Western mainstream media, particularly in the United States, has seriously downplayed the fact that the usual suspects – the US/European Union/NATO triumvirate – have been on the same side as the neo-Nazis. In the US it’s been virtually unmentionable. I’m sure that a poll taken in the United States on this issue would reveal near universal ignorance of the numerous neo-Nazi actions, including publicly calling for death to “Russians, Communists and Jews”.

Sep 17 21:56

A Reality Check From Russia

I’ve been in St. Petersburg and Moscow for the past two weeks. As for the tragedy being played out in Ukraine, it’s been surprising to find total uniformity of opinion from Russian citizens, including groups of our CCI alumni.

Sep 17 20:04

Fed Will End QE Next Month

Sep 17 19:22

Biggest attack on RT.com: Website hit by 10 Gbps DDoS

RT.com has been hit with the most powerful DDoS attack in the website's history, which reached 10 Gbps in strength. No group has claimed responsibility.

Sep 17 18:36

Nowhere To Hide As Minority Report-Style Facial Recognition Technology Spreads Across America

What is our society going to look like when our faces are being tracked literally everywhere that we go? As part of the FBI's new Next Generation Identification System, a facial recognition database known as the Interstate Photo System will have collected 52 million of our faces by the end of 2015. But that is only a small part of the story. According to Edward Snowden, the NSA has been using advanced facial recognition technology for years. In addition, as you will see below, advertising companies are starting to use Minority Report-style face scanners in their billboards and many large corporations see facial recognition technology as a tool that they can use to serve their customers better. Someday soon it may become virtually impossible to go out in public in a major U.S. city without having your face recorded. Is that the kind of society that we want?

Sep 17 16:59

Catalan Demonstration for Independence

Sep 17 16:50

Shining secret that makes silver precious for your health

As shown in more than a thousand medical studies, silver has powerful antiseptic and wound-healing properties. So just what are the health secrets of this precious metal?

'Research has shown that silver is a powerful antimicrobial agent that is non-irritating and non-toxic,' says Valerie Edwards Jones, professor of microbiology at Manchester Metropolitan University. 'Recent studies have shown that silver can kill up to 650 species of pathogenic microbes.

'The metal consists of thousands of tiny silver ions,' she says. 'These prevent bacteria, viruses and fungi from spreading by entering the cell and deactivating proteins. The microbes cannot reproduce and die, so the spread of infection is prevented.'

There has been a resurgence of medical interest in silver, according to Prof Edwards Jones, because it effectively kills antibiotic resistant bacteria such as MRSA.

Sep 17 16:37

House Passes Bill To Arm Syrian Rebels Despite Evidence of ISIS Ties

Paul Lawrance
Activist Post

In a 273-156 vote on Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed a bill which approved of President Barrack Obama’s $500 million plan to arm and train Syrian rebel forces.

The bill is expected to pass the Senate when it arrives there on Thursday to solidify the President's goal of dismantling the ISIS “threat.”...


Sep 17 15:52

New Record: Pound of Ground Beef Tops $4 for First Time

Although the overall Consumer Price Index dropped by 0.2 percent in August, the price index for food rose 0.2 percent, with the average price for a pound of ground beef rising to $4.013 per pound–the first time it has ever topped $4 per pound.

Sep 17 15:46

Hungarian police swoop on foreign NGOs

The Fidesz government in European Union member Hungary again falls under international scrutiny with a series of crackdowns against civic organisations funded by non-EU Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein.

Last week, police raided the headquarters of the Ökotárs Foundation distributing grants for projects in less-developed economies.

Budapest accuses the foundation of using funds illegally, and of being ‘problematic because of political ties with the left’.

Sep 17 15:35

DHS Official Claims Border “More Secure Than Ever”

In true Orwellian fashion, the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security claimed the U.S. Border is “more secure than it has ever been before.”

Sep 17 15:17

Eyewitness to Palin brawl tells of being fired from job after national TV interview

A man who went on national television and told how family members of former Gov. Sarah Palin were involved in a brawl at an Anchorage birthday party says he was fired from a his job at a local paving company after speaking up. Eric Thompson, who appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" last week, posted a video on YouTube Tuesday seeking work.

Sep 17 14:57

Senators opposing net neutrality rake in more campaign cash

Senators who have vocalized their opposition to net neutrality are taking in, on average, 40 percent more campaign cash from the broadband-delivery industry than those who support it, according to an analysis of campaign data.

The data (XLSX)—a Maplight analysis of campaign contributions prepared for Ars Technica—highlights the disparity between what the monied Washington interests want compared to the public's desires. Most of the 800,000 initial public comments to the Federal Communications Commission backed the FCC adopting net neutrality rules. The commission is weighing whether to enact regulations that, among other things, could prevent broadband providers from charging for Internet fast lanes. The public commenting period ended Monday.

Sep 17 14:56

BART Police Officer Slams Woman to Floor, Incident Captured on Video

According to BART, at about 9:30 p.m. last Wednesday, operators reported that a black female suspect was acting erratically and was banging on train windows. The woman was attempting to force open the doors of trains by pulling the doors apart as the trains left the station.

Sep 17 14:50

Senators cave to industry, abandon unbundling of broadcast TV channels

The Senate Commerce Committee is scheduled to vote today on a satellite bill without a controversial provision that would have let cable and satellite customers choose which broadcast TV channels they pay for instead of having to buy them all in a bundle.

The “Local Choice” proposal by US Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) and Sen. John Thune (R-SD) had been attached to the Satellite Television Access and Viewer Rights Act (STAVRA), a reauthorization of the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act which lets satellite companies retransmit out-of-market broadcast TV channels to rural customers.

Sep 17 14:43

Actual Headline: “Global warming likely to cause colder and snowier winters, scientists say”

Who knew? Global Warming will likely cause more snow, ice and bitter cold? At least, that what the liberal media is pushing this week.

Sep 17 14:22

Obama "The Chances Of An Ebola Outbreak Here In The United States Are Extremely Low!"

Yeah . . . just like occupants of WTC 2 were told it was safe to go back inside. Keep in mind that only lies come out of this man's mouth.

Sep 17 14:05

Iraqi Leader Says No to Foreign Ground Troops

Iraq neither wants nor needs foreign ground troops in its battle against Islamist militants who have strongholds in the norther part of the country, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Wednesday.

“Not only is it not necessary,” Abadi told the Associated Press. “We don’t want them. We won’t allow them. Full stop.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So Obama is on TV right now declaring that HE has decided not to send any more ground troops into Iraq!

Sep 17 13:48

NYC cops escalate situation into melee because street vendors didn't move fast enough for them

NYPD 72nd Pct. Officers Assault Street Vendor in Sunset Park

Sep 17 13:46

UN: Israel Used UNRWA School For Military Operations

Israeli forces, during the recent offensive on the the Gaza Strip, used one of UNRWA's schools in the region as a military base, according to a UN offical.

Sep 17 13:43

When War Erupts Patriots Will Be Accused Of Aiding “The Enemy”

In modern times, war is never what it seems. Mainstream historians preach endlessly about grand conflicts over territory, resources, political impasse, and revenge, but the cold hard reality is that all of these “motivations” are actually secondary, if they are relevant at all. As I and many analysts have covered in great detail in the past, most wars are engineered wars.

Sep 17 13:39

Parliament could be recalled on Saturday if Scotland votes Yes and Cameron becomes the Prime Minister who broke up the Union

Parliament could be recalled as early as Saturday, if Scotland votes for independence.

David Cameron will come under immediate pressure to address the nation if the Union is torn up by Thursday's historic vote.

The final result is expected around 7am on Friday morning, which means MPs could be summoned to Westminster this weekend for the most important speech of Mr Cameron's premiership.

There has been growing speculation that if Scotland does vote for independence, Mr Cameron will have to resign, as the Prime Minister who oversaw the break-up of the Union.

Sep 17 13:33

BEX ALERT - The Number Of Volcanic Eruptions Is Increasing And That Could Lead To An Extremely Cold Winter

The number of volcanoes that are erupting continues to rise, and scientists cannot seem to explain why this is happening. In 2013, we witnessed the most volcanic eruptions worldwide that we have ever seen in a single year, and this increased activity has carried over into 2014. In recent months, we have seen major volcanoes roar to life in Russia, Peru, Hawaii, Reunion Island, Indonesia, and all over Alaska. It is highly unusual for so many volcanoes to all be erupting at the same time. According to Volcano Discovery, a whopping 34 volcanoes are erupting around the globe right now. This is sending a massive amount of dust and ash into the upper atmosphere, and it may explain why many parts of the planet are experiencing strangely cold weather at the moment. If this trend continues, we could potentially be facing years of crop failures and widespread famines all over the world.

Sep 17 13:31

Feds: NY store owner plotted to send jihadists to Syria, kill U.S. troops himself

A man who owns an upstate New York food store funded ISIS, tried to send jihadists to Syria to fight with the terrorist group and plotted to do some killing himself -- by gunning down U.S. troops who had served in Iraq -- federal authorities alleged Tuesday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is probably another case where undercover informants set this guy up.

Sep 17 13:07

New Android Browser Bug Is a “Privacy Disaster” for Android Users

A Critical android vulnerability has been discovered in the browser installed by default on a large number (Approximately 70%) of Android devices, that could allow an hacker to hijack users’ open websites, and there is now a Metasploit module available to easily exploit this dangerous vulnerability.

Independent security researcher Rafay Baloch has written about a security bug in the Android Browser app that allows one website to steal data from another. The exploit targets vulnerability (CVE-2014-6041) in Android versions 4.2.1 and all older versions and was first disclosed right at the start of September by Rafay Baloch.

The guys over at Metasploit are calling it a “Privacy Disaster,” and promising to take the time to create a video that is “sufficiently shocking” in order to show you why.

Sep 17 13:02

Israel's Ruthless Agenda

State terrorism is official policy. So is institutionalized racism, persecution, apartheid worse than South Africa's, and colonization.

Israel's occupation is lawless. It's the longest by far in modern times. Military orders control virtually all aspects of Palestinians' lives.

They have no rights whatever. They're not wanted. They're considered subhuman.

Sep 17 12:55

Deputy Tases Handcuffed Man Repeatedly: "You Wanna Do This The Hard Way???"

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

In yet another example of brazen police brutality, a Richland County Sherriff’s Deputy has been videotaped repeatedly tasing a handcuffed man. The video also shows the deputy verbally rubbing it in to his victim that he was being tased for not obeying the commands that were barked at him.

The scene is disturbing not only because of the fact that the Deputy uses such physical and dangerous force on an unarmed and clearly subdued man but also because of the officer’s crazed demeanor after the tasing took place...

Sep 17 12:55

US soldiers are more likely to commit suicide than be killed in combat: Report

The US military suicide rate has stayed roughly the same even as most US troops have withdrawn from Iraq and Afghanistan and combat deaths have fallen, new government data suggests.

According to a report published last week by the US Department of Defense, 475 active service members took their own lives just last year, while 127 soldiers lost their lives during combat

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What are they doing to our children that forces so many to kill themselves?

Sep 17 12:54

Israeli drone spying on Iran took off from Nakhchivan: Sources

An Israeli spy drone which Iran recently downed on its way to one of the Iranian nuclear site had taken off from an air base in Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, sources say.

The anonymous sources said the Hermes drone, which was taken down by Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) forces on August 23 after 300 kilometers of flight, was bound for the Natanz enrichment facility in central Iran.

The revelation about the Israeli drone's launch site indicates Baku’s involvement in the spying mission, the unnamed sources claimed.

Sep 17 12:52

Occupy group abolishes nearly $4 million in student loan debt

On the third anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, an offshoot group announced that it has erased $3.8 million worth of private student loan debt.

Sep 17 12:38

Libya Islamists unleash another offensive on Benghazi airport

Islamist fighters launched another offensive Wednesday on the airport in Libya's Benghazi, the final redoubt in the eastern city of an ex-general who has been waging war on them, an AFP correspondent said.

The fighters of the Shura Revolutionary Council, which includes the Islamist Ansar al-Sharia group, have been trying since early September to capture the facility, which houses both civilian and military airfields.

Oil-rich Libya slid into chaos after Moamer Kadhafi was toppled in a NATO-backed uprising three years ago, with interim authorities confronting powerful militias that fought to oust the veteran dictator.

Sep 17 12:37

FSA Rebels Urge Israel to Impose No-Fly Zone Over Syria

The Free Syrian Army (FSA), the “vetted, moderate” rebels the US are constantly arming, but who are also allied with ISIS, have urged Israel to join in the Syrian Civil War by imposing a no-fly zone across the nation’s south.

Sep 17 12:37

Forty five million in poverty in the US

Forty-five million people are living in poverty in the United States, according to figures released Tuesday by the Census Bureau. The 2013 Income and Poverty in the United States report found that the number of people in poverty remained at a record high last year, while the income of a typical household remained stagnant. According to the Census figures, the median household income in the US has fallen 8 percent since 2007.

Sep 17 12:37

Israeli air force chief: We may have to send planes to Iran tomorrow

Israel’s air force commander gave an apparently unintended insight into his priorities and preoccupations, when he remarked during comments about the defense budget that Israel might need to send its attack planes to Tehran at very short notice.

Sep 17 12:22

Russian FSB surrounds Crimean Tatar parliament

According to the Qirim News Agency, there is a search being conducted inside the building including a search of the editorial office of the Crimean Tatar Avdet newspaper, which is located in the Mejlis building.

Sep 17 12:15

Confirmation Of Southern Damascus Attack Plans By Jabhat al-Nusra/CIA

The National newspaper published in the United Arab Emirates confirms our earlier reportabout the new Syrian insurgency positions in Quneitra at the Israeli Golan border as the launching pad for southern attacks on Damascus:

Western and Arab military advisers based in Amman have quietly stepped up their role on Syria’s southern front, helping win recent advances for opposition factions.

After weeks of heavy fighting, rebel groups announced the seizure of 80 per cent of Qunietra province on Saturday, including areas along the border with Israel. The territory could prove to be a key link between opposition forces in the south and those fighting in and around the Syrian capital.

Sep 17 12:14

Artificial sweeteners linked to obesity epidemic, scientists say

Artificial sweeteners may exacerbate, rather than prevent, metabolic disorders such as Type 2 diabetes, a study suggests.

Calorie-free artificial sweeteners are often chosen by dieters in part because they are thought not to raise blood sugar levels.

In Wednesday’s issue of the journal Nature, researchers report that artificial sweeteners increase the blood sugar levels in both mice and humans by interfering with microbes in the gut.

The increase in consumption of artificial sweeteners coincides with the obesity and diabetes epidemics, Eran Segal of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, and his co-authors said.

Sep 17 12:00

ISIS vampires: Rebel claims in horrifying new video that terror group drinks blood, loves death

A chilling new YouTube video has surfaced with an Islamic State rebel claiming the terror state loves "drinking blood."

ISIS militant Rabie Shehada, also known as "the Palestinian slayer," insists in the footage that the terror group is filled with vampires, according to al-Arabiya.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Next up: "ISIS, THE ZOMBIE THREAT!!!!!!"

Sep 17 11:58

Obama American Century

This century "will be and is an American century," President Barack Obama told troops at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, on Wednesday. The first 14 years have not been easy, with war and recession, but "I am as confident as I have ever been that this century, just like the last century, will be led by America," Obama said.

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Sep 17 11:41

WHAT YOU'RE NOT BEING TOLD ABOUT THE USA FREEDOM ACT

The current “gutted” version of the U.S.A. Freedom Act (S. 2685) will only serve to legalize government’s currently illegal surveillance of innocent civilians. A coalition of whistleblowers & civil liberties organizations published a letter calling on members of Congress to reject the empty reform.

Sep 17 11:39

PDF of "report" on anti-semitism being sent to US colleges and universities.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Following up on the termination of Steven Salaita and the leaked email from ADL demanding US colleges and universities suppress pro-Palestinian groups and activities, we find this document which is being circulated to those institutions of higher learning indoctrination which defines as anti-semitism areas of intellectual inquiry that would be considered protected free speech under the First Amendment. Pay attention in particular to Appendix 3, which includes as anti-semitism any discussions as to whether the official story of the holocaust has been exaggerated!

Under these guidelines, students mentioning that the Aushwitz museum revised downward the number of people who died there of all causes by 2.5 million would be declared anti-Semitic and subject to official silencing by the school.



From this document, it should be obvious that the real enemy of the American way of life is not Al Qaeda, not ISIS, not Russia, not China, but the state of Israel!

Sep 17 11:30

VENEZUELA ON ALERT OVER MYSTERIOUS, DEADLY DISEASE

The deaths of 10 people in the past week of a mysterious disease in several cities in Venezuela, including the capital of Caracas, have caused panic within the population and has prompted doctors to sound the alarm.

Sep 17 11:27

Clinton machine attacking Benghazi whistleblower Ray Maxwell

Following the allegation by a former State Department bigwig on Sunday that then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's staff may have obstructed justice by "sorting" documents regarding the Benghazi terrorist attack that were to be turned over to the Accountability Review Board (ARB), the Clinton political machine and her sycophants are jumping to her defense, according to several news and commentary websites.

According to an Examiner news story, the ARB was investigating the alleged missteps by the Obama administration especially those by the State Department, and Clinton's top aides were allegedly told to set aside any documents that would hurt her politically so that they were never turned over to ARB investigators.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

STAY OUT OF FORT MARCY PARK, RAY!!!!!

Sep 17 11:24

KMOV-MO: Billion Dollar ObamaCare Contractor Processes Only A Fraction Of Projected Applications

Sep 17 11:02

Coming Soon: When a Cop Points His Radar Gun at You, It Could Detect More Than Just Speeding

If you’re driving down the road in the future and you see a cop pointing what appears to be a radar gun your way, stepping on the brake to slow down might not help you out, because speeding might not be what he’s looking for.

A Virginia-based company is developing a detection gun that can tell if a person in the vehicle is texting.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would be more curious about passive radar reflectors embedded in US currency telling the cops which drivers are worth stopping for cash seizures!

Sep 17 10:50

The REAL Reason Britain is Freaking Out About Scottish Independence

David Cameron and the British media have been freaking out about the potential Scottish independence.

They’ve blathered on about “history”, “common defense” and other red herrings.

But it’s really all about oil …

Specifically, if Scotland becomes independent, it gets to keep 90% of the revenues from its huge oil reserves.

Sep 17 10:50

A Public Bank Option for Scotland

To achieve true independence, Crane suggests the following, among other mandates:

Establish an independent Central Bank of Scotland.
Issue a new Scottish (Debt Free) Currency.
Settle any outstanding debt with new Scottish Currency.
Take Scotland out of the EU.
Take Scotland out of NATO.
Establish strict currency controls for the first 3 years of independence.
Nationalize the Scottish oil & gas industry.
Re-take control of the National Health Service.
Establish a State Employment Agency to provide work/training for all able-bodied residents.

Sep 17 10:47

If the UK recognises Palestine, so will others

The recent announcement by the Israeli government that it is expropriating another 1,000 acres of the West Bank has only reinforced in the minds of many that the Israel-Palestine conflict is stuck in an impasse. Yet it is at such bleak times that leaders need to find new ways to move forward. That is why I believe the time is right for the United Kingdom to recognise the state of Palestine. The turmoil in Syria and Iraq may overshadow this issue, but it is wrong to neglect it.

Sep 17 10:41

Millions Of Antibiotic Prescriptions For Kids May Be Unnecessary, Study Finds

Pediatric researchers found that 11 million prescriptions for antibiotics in kids may be unnecessary...

Sep 17 10:28

Russia: ‘Free Syrian Army No Longer Exists’; Rebels Are Coordinating With Terrorists

Russia on Tuesday accused the West of ignoring its warnings about the growing terrorist threat in Syria, and claimed that the moderate rebel front – the one the Obama administration wants to arm as part of its anti-ISIS strategy – “no longer exists.”

Sep 17 10:26

Afghan official says the government has nearly run out of money, needs U.S. bailout

Afghanistan’s central government is nearly broke and needs a $537 million bailout from the United States and other international donors within “five or six days” to continue paying its bills, a senior Afghan finance official said Tuesday.

Sep 17 10:22

Russian lawmakers propose cutting foreign ownership in media

Russian lawmakers proposed cutting foreign ownership in Russian media assets to 20 percent in an attempt to limit outside influences and protect Russia's "information sovereignty", a copy of a draft law showed on Wednesday.

Sep 17 10:14

Man who was dressed as Pokemon when he jumped White House fence, had earlier tried to admit himself for mental health treatment but was unable to due to his healthcare coverage. Told he should talk with the president about it.

A 26-year-old Rensselaer man with mental disabilities who has been detained for trespassing on White House property was trying to reach out to the country’s leader for help, according to the man’s mother.

Sep 17 10:14

The Rich Are Eating Richer, the Poor Are Eating Poorer: "the portion of families whose income levels are so low that they can't afford a steady supply of food spiked during the Great Recession, and remains stubbornly high"

Over the past decade, the number of farmers markets nationwide hasapproximately doubled, and the community-supported agriculture model of farming, where people buy shares in the harvest of a nearby farms, has probablygrown even faster. Has this explosion of local produce consumption improved Americans' diets? A couple of new studies paint a disturbing picture.

Sep 17 10:08

US Department of Defence (USAMRIID) & Tulane University Released This Bioengineered Airborne Ebola/Lassa Hybrid in Sierra Leone?

The primary Ebola strain being spread right now (as their are 2) was bioengineered by the US Department of Defense (via USAMRIID) & Tulane University with the knowledge/help from pharma/biotech giants such as Monsanto, Alnylam, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Merck, Pfizer and a much smaller pharma company based out of Canada called Tekmira. A known Ebola strain from Central-Africa was used as the base, and was bioengeneered to become a new hybrid respiratory illness (a combination of Ebola Virus & Lassa Hemorrhagic Fever, weaponized via Tulane University & USAMRIID at Fort Detrick) making it become a genetic variant of the original strain. This bioengineered hybrid allowed for airborne human-to-human transmission, an extended incubation period (to increase spread/threat), and a slightly toned down virility (to have the ideal initial wanted mortality rate (~40%)).

Sep 17 10:05

The Only Problem With America's Growing Single Population Is Where They're Living

Being single isn’t a big economic drag, as long as you don’t live with your parents.

For the first time since the government started keeping this count in 1976, a majority of adult Americans (50.2 percent) are single, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Economically, this worries some people. Less marriage means less spending, and less spending is bad for a spending-driven economy.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Don't you get it? You are SUPPOSED to get married young, breed soldiers, and line in perpetual debt. That is your patriotic duty!!" -- Official White Horse Souse.

Sep 17 10:04

Fullerton California (Department that murdered Kelly Thomas) Cop Caught Coercing Woman to Provide Sex in Exchange for a Favorable Testimony

According to the lawsuit, Fullerton detective Ronald Bair investigated a restraining order breach on December 2012. The victim (whom we'll call Jane Doe, per basic journalistic ethics) had recently moved to a safe house for battered women with her young daughter to get away from an abusive ex-husband. The detective interviewed Doe at department headquarters and offered to testify on her behalf in upcoming custody hearings. After one, Bair and Doe went to El Torito, where the lawsuit alleges Bair asked for "sexy pictures" after making inappropriate comments about her body.

"The plaintiff felt that she had no option but to comply with the officer's requests as she was by then totally dependent on him, both for the criminal investigation and the custody case involving her daughter," the complaint reads.

Sep 17 10:03

BEX ALERT - Pope Assassination Imminent, Iraq Ambassador To Vatican Warns

ISIS is planning to kill the Pope in one of his overseas trips, Iraq Ambassador to Vatican Habeeb Al Sadr warns. He said that the terrorist group had spoken of its plan to assassinate the pope as he was vocally supporting U.S.’ intervention in Syria and Iraq. He underlined that the ISIS has foreign members – Canadian, American, French, Britain and even Italians. The group can instruct these members to kill the pope when the opportunity arises

Sep 17 09:56

CIA, NSA And Facebook Create 'Threat Matrix Score' On Every American

Participation on Facebook could prove very dangerous to your future well-being. There is a reason that Facebook is aligned with both the CIA and the NSA. I have several credible sources who tell me that all data posted on Facebook goes into series of cataloged files which culminates with each person being assigned a “Threat Matrix Score”. The mere existence of a Threat Matrix Score should send chills up and down the collective spines of every American.

Sep 17 09:53

Anal Probes Run Amok: Drug-Sniffing Dogs Must Be Stopped.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Dogs sniff at butts as a normal part of their behavior!

Sep 17 09:52

Chinese ambassador to Iceland arrested for spying for Japan

Beijing News executive editor Carlyle said, Chinese Ambassador to Iceland Ma Jisheng (served in India, in Japan Counsellor), on suspicion of leaking state secrets to Japan, before the 57th birthday this year, was arrested by the State Security Department People's Republic of China.

Sep 17 09:51

'US seeks to use IS to weaken each state in the region’

The US is attempting to use ISIS to destroy each government in the region including Syria and Iraq, and is trying to drag Iran into this, Soraya Sepaphour-Ulrich, a researcher and expert on Iran, told RT.

Sep 17 09:36

Israel ‘Deeply Concerned’ Over Iran Negotiations, Minister Says

Israel, which isn’t party to the talks, says that any deal should guarantee the ending of uranium enrichment by Iran, including the removal of its centrifuges, and shutting down the heavy-water facility in Arak, conditions rejected by the Iranian government. U.S. officials have said an agreement is possible that would limit Iranian enrichment without eliminating it completely.

Sep 17 09:26

NBC: Survive Home Invasion By Cooperating With Invaders, 'Treat Them Like Royalty'

On September 8 NBC's Today show aired a segment on how to survive a home invasion. That advice included cooperating with the invaders -- "treat them like royalty" -- and telling them the location of everything they want in the house.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Attention thieves, murderers, and rapists. Feel free to enter the home of the executives over at NBC, as you will clearly have an easy time with them. Meanwhile, be aware that if you enter my house, you will be treated like royalty, such as Charles I, Louise XVI, Tsar Nicholas II, Ludwig III, just to name a few.

Sep 17 09:25

Restoring Government by the People, for the People

One of the many privileges of living in a democracy is the ability of each of us to have an equal say about how we are governed. Through elections, our lawmakers can be held accountable for how well they fight for the interests of the people they represent.

In theory, our legislature should be a reflection of the values and priorities that truly resonate with voters. However, thanks to decisions made by the Supreme Court in recent years and the resulting avalanche of money into our democracy, the ability for everyday Americans to have our concerns heard and addressed by our elected officials is dwindling.

Sep 17 09:17

If ISIS Were Really a Movie

ISIS has created a movie preview for the coming war, a war it eagerly wants Washington to take part in.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That last part is why we know ISIS had nothing to do with this "preview of coming attractions."

Sep 17 09:15

Israel is COMPLETELY illegitimate! - George Galloway speech - 9th August 2014

Sep 17 09:14

Ignored and fed up, UK regions call for Scottish-style devolution

Nearly half of Britons - 48 percent - support more decision-making powers being devolved to English and Welsh cities and regions, according to a poll published on Tuesday that was conducted by ComRes for ITV News.

Sep 17 09:14

Scottish Independence: British Establishment In Full Throttle Panic Mode

With less than 48 hours before historic vote, pro-independence leader calls promise of extra powers a "last minute desperate offer of nothing"

With less than two days before the vote on Scottish independence, and polls showing a dead heat between those who seek to break the 307-year bond with England and those who wish to stay united, the three main UK party leaders gave a joint promise Tuesday that Scotland will get extra powers if it votes "no".

Sep 17 09:10

New Zealand's Prime Minister: 'Snowden Might Be Right'

Prime Minister John Key said Edward Snowden ‘may well be right’ in his claims that the NSA has access to communications from New Zealand. The politician, however, said he ‘did not believe’ mass surveillance was taking place.

Key was interviewed in the aftermath of Edward Snowden’s revelations on Monday published by The Intercept, in which he claimed he “routinely came across the communications of New Zealanders” in his work with “a mass surveillance tool we [NSA] share with GCSB, called ‘XKeyscore’.”

Sep 17 09:07

'PROJECT PANIC': BRITISH LEADERS MAKE LAST-DITCH OFFERS TO SPOIL SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE

With less than 48 hours before historic vote, pro-independence leader calls promise of extra powers a "last minute desperate offer of nothing"

Sep 17 08:57

LEAKED EMAIL FROM THE ADL REVEALS THEIR ATTEMPTS TO DESTROY ACADEMIC FREEDOM

The ADL email is another indicator that there will be no let up this fall in Israel lobby efforts to use all repressive means available to stigmatize and punish, if not shut down altogether, campus criticism of Israel’s crimes.

It was sent by From: Brysk, Seth [mailto:SBrysk@adl.org] … you can write to him and tell him what you think.

Sep 17 08:57

NEW IRAQI VIDEO SHOWS HOW ISIS WAS ‘BORN’

The video presented below was intended as satire ….. BUT, the symbolism is as real as it can get. ISIS was born out of a union of Satan (USA) and Israel ... but we already knew that

Sep 17 08:55

Debunking the "The Saudis did 9-11" nonsense!

And finally, here is some common sense that totally undermines the attempt to frame Saudi Arabia for 9-11. If Saudi Arabia really wanted to hurt the United States, they don't need to fly airplanes into skyscrapers to do it. All they have to do is ask for their money back, all at once. The resulting damage to the US financial system would make 9-11 look like a minor inconvenience in comparison.

And it would be perfectly legal for Saudi Arabia to ask for their money back.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am reposting this article because three pro-Israel congressmen are claiming that there is a secret 9-11 document that they are demanding to be made public, one that places the blame for 9-11 on Saudi Arabia. Walter Jones was on the Ron Paul channel recently pushing this latest attempt to protect Israel from the consequences of their actions.

Jones Lynch, and Massie are called a press conference to announce bill HR428, which will "authorize" the declassification of this hoax.

Now, we all know how DC works. If these congresscritters wanted the document to be made public they would leak it. They could send it ti WikiLeaks. It happens all the time. This caterwauling is just an attention-getting device to try to trick Americans into supporting this document before they have actually seen it, so that once it is released, they will support it because it is what "they" wanted!

This is actually a repeat of the same stunt they tried 2 years ago in which they tease the public with the story of a secret 9-11 document and try to get everyone to demand to see it. The document frames Saudi Arabia for 9-11, to protect Israel.

But as this article lays out, Saudi Arabia didn't have a motive to do 9-11, and if they wanted to hurt the US, they would not need airplanes into skyscrapers to do it.

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Sep 17 08:53

ISIS (Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuure) Releases New Video, Warns "Fighting Has Just Begun"

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Let us say you are ISIS and you are making great gains inside Syria and Iraq. The very LAST thing you want is direct military intervention. Hence the very LAST thing you will do is any actions or videos that help the US Government sell the American people on yet another war.

This story, like the beheadings videos, is just more war propaganda brought to you by the same government and corporate media that brought you torpedoes in the Gulf of Tonkin, Spanish mines in Havana harbor, stolen Kuwaiti incubators, Saddam's nuclear weapons, etc. etc. etc. etc.

How many times do you have to be lied to by the government before you face up to the fact that you are being lied to by the government?

As a side note, this is a very professional production with high dynamic range high-speed cameras for those dramatic slow-motion shots! Not the kind of equipment one finds outside major media centers like New York or Hollywood!

Sep 17 08:53

Criminal Israel will make $6 billion from Gaza onslaught

As the world gears up to finance Gaza's $6bn reconstruction after Operation Protective Edge, an EU source has revealed that Israel will earn billions of euros by making sure that all the steel, concrete and other materials and other aid are sourced in Israel and benefit Israeli companies.

Sep 17 08:49

FALSE FLAG ALERT - ISIS followers urged to attack Times Square with homemade bombs

Supporters of the Islamic State terror group are being urged to attack Times Square and other popular American tourist attractions with easily assembled homemade bombs, according to a disturbing report Tuesday.

A message posted on an ISIS Web forum lists widely available ingredients needed to build a pipe bomb, and includes photos showing how to combine them into a deadly explosive device, Vocativ reported.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Let us say you are ISIS and you are making great gains inside Syria and Iraq. The very LAST thing you want is direct military intervention. Hence the very LAST thing you will do is any actions or videos that help the US Government sell the American people on yet another war.

This story, like the beheadings videos, is just more war propaganda brought to you by the same government and corporate media that brought you torpedoes in the Gulf of Tonkin, Spanish mines in Havana harbor, stolen Kuwaiti incubators, Saddam's nuclear weapons, etc. etc. etc. etc.

How many times do you have to be lied to by the government before you face up to the fact that you are being lied to by the government?

Sep 17 08:38

V For 9/11 Vendetta Past Present and Future

Sep 17 08:33

Senator McCain presses Hagel to clarify targeting Asad’s air forces too

McCain pressed Hagel to clarify whether the US will target Assad air forces should they attack the Syrian rebels under American charge. Hagel declined to give that assurance, saying, “We’re not there yet, but our focus is on ISIL,” another name for ISIS.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

McCain wants Syria's Air Force destroyed to make it easier for Israel to take the Golan Heights.

Sep 17 08:32

Profiteering From ISIS War - Contractors Ready to Cash In

Obama pledged that the war against ISIS won’t be fought with U.S. ground troops. He didn’t say anything about contractors, who see this as “the next big meal ticket.”

America’s rapidly-expanding war against ISIS won’t involve large numbers of U.S. troops on the ground, President Obama is promising. And it’s clear that airstrikes alone won’t beat back the extremist group. Which means that if the President wants to have any hope of meeting his far-reaching goal of destroying ISIS, he’s going to have to rely on private military contractors.

At least, that’s what the contractors are hoping.

Sep 17 08:29

Ron Paul Asks: Will The Swiss Vote to Get Their Gold Back?

On November 30th, voters in Switzerland will head to the polls to vote in a referendum on gold.

On the ballot is a measure to prohibit the Swiss National Bank (SNB) from further gold sales, to repatriate Swiss-owned gold to Switzerland, and to mandate that gold make up at least 20 percent of the SNB’s assets.

Arising from popular sentiment similar to movements in the United States, Germany, and the Netherlands, this referendum is an attempt to bring more oversight and accountability to the SNB, Switzerland’s central bank.

Will the Swiss throw a wrench into Western Central Banks’ plans by voting to get their gold back??

Sep 17 08:29

Say it isn't snow: September flurries hit northwestern Ontario

September snow flurries fell in northwestern Ontario on Wednesday, a week before the first day of fall.

Though the official start to fall is Tuesday, a mix of rain and snow fell in the area surrounding Geraldton, Ont., a community approximately 260 kilometres northeast of Thunder Bay.

Snow was also reported in South Porcupine, Ont., a neighbourhood in Timmins, and as far south as Chapleau, Ont.

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Sep 17 08:23

Pakistani passenger power forces two politicians off plane

Passengers on a Pakistan International Airline (PIA) flight from Karachi barred two politicians from boarding the aircraft after the two VIPs delayed the flight by over two hours.

A video clip was posted online showing Senator Rehman Malik and Dr Ramesh Kumar Wakwani, a Member of National Assembly, being ejected from the Islamabad-bound flight by angry passengers.

The disgruntled passengers can be heard grumbling, "So-called VIPs" and "My foot VIPs" as they wait for the two delayed politicians aboard the aircraft. They can be heard talking to PIA crew who seem to be attempting to calm the travellers down.

"No, no, no, sir," one of the passengers responds. "We've taken it for too long. For 68 years. Are we going to take it for another 68 years?"

Sep 17 08:22

Dozens of Children Dead After UN Gives Tainted Vaccine in “Rebel” Held Syria

A United Nations sponsored measles vaccine program in northern Syria resulted in 36 children suffering “excruciating deaths,” according to doctors in the area held by U.S. and Saudi mercenaries who are administering the program.

Sep 17 08:20

Is It Wise For Obama To Send Thousands Of U.S. Troops Into The Ebola Death Zone?

When there is a major problem somewhere in the world, Barack Obama loves to show that he is “doing something” by sending a contingent of U.S. troops to the affected area. But is it really wise for Obama to send thousands of young American men and women into the Ebola death zone? What are our troops going to do – shoot the virus? Of course not.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Obama continues his unbroken record of utter failings such as Obamacare, Fiscal Stimulus, global warming, IRS targeting, etc.

Sep 17 08:19

New sparks fly between CIA, Senate Intelligence Committee

Tensions between the CIA and its congressional overseers erupted anew this week when CIA Director John Brennan refused to tell lawmakers who authorized intrusions into computers used by the Senate Intelligence Committee to compile a damning report on the spy agency’s interrogation program.

Sep 17 08:19

Special Report: Scots in Their Own Words on Independence

Sep 17 08:14

Supreme Court ruling hasn’t stopped police from warrantless requests for data

Law enforcement agencies are still making warrantless requests for telecom customers’ personal data months after a Supreme Court ruling appeared to shut down the practice.

Police in Canada used to ask telecom companies to voluntarily hand over data on Canadian customers more than a million times per year. In June, the Supreme Court struck down this warrantless method as an invasion of privacy.

But while the number of warrantless requests has dropped since the decision, they have not stopped, an investigation by the Star and the Halifax Chronicle Herald has found. Key players, including the country’s largest police force and a major telecom, aren’t saying whether they still send or accept them.

Sep 17 08:11

ISIS Releases ‘Coming Soon’ Movie Trailer for Battle with U.S., YouTube Nixes Video

ISIS, the Sunni militants who have been marauding across eastern Syria and northern Iraq for several months, released a new video Tuesday in the guise of a movie trailer. The film: further violence against the U.S.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is just plain silly.

Let us say you are ISIS and you are making great gains in taking control of Iraq back from its US puppet rulers, or making great gains in controlling Syria. The very LAST thing you would want is direct US military intervention. So, would you make a video that HELPS the US Government sell yet another war to the American people? Of course not. That is why this video, like the beheadings, is a total fake.

Sep 17 08:03

US Cops Ripping Off Innocent Canadians

Michael Rivero - A surprising travel advisory issued by the Canadian Government

Sep 17 08:01

UEFA urged not to award 2020 European Championship to Israel

Palestinian soccer clubs, NGOs call on European soccer governor UEFA to shy away from awarding Israel right to host the 2020 UEFA European Championship.

Sep 17 07:57

Ukraine Currency Crashes To Record Low As IMF Blasts "Gross Abuses"

Despite celebrations of de-escalations and truce in US equity markets (by asset-gathering commission-takers), the situation continues to go from bad to worse in the nation almost forgotten now that ISIS is stealing American headlines. The Hryvnia plunged 7.5% this morning - its biggest single-day drop on record - following the release of a scathing IMF letter and devaluation warnings from BofA.

Sep 17 07:56

Janet Yellen Trolls America's Poor: Tells Them It Is Important To Get Rich

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, do we get to print up money out of thin air like you do?

Sep 17 07:56

Oops, New Sanctions Against Russia Hit Exxon

On Friday, the United States and the European Union imposed a new round of sanctions on Russia in response to Moscow’s intervention in eastern Ukraine and following its annexation of the Crimean peninsula in March. The goal is to clamp down further on the Russian economy, but it will significantly affect the drilling plans of western oil giants ExxonMobil and BP.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Yes, I know the sanctions are a disaster for western companies, but no price is too great to pay to GET THOSE DANGED ROOSKIES!!!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Sep 17 07:55

Chemicals in make-up and perfumes fuelling rise in children with asthma

Chemicals in make-up, perfume and plastic containers could be behind a surge in the incidence of asthma in children, researchers warned yesterday.

Scientists have found that babies exposed to high levels of phthalates while in the womb are up to 78 per cent more at risk of the condition.

They think the chemicals may be causing foetuses’ airways to become more sensitive, making them susceptible to asthma in their childhood years.

Sep 17 07:54

Dems divided on Obama’s Syria plan

The deep divisions among Democrats over President Barack Obama’s plan to attack Islamic State militants foreshadow fights ahead within the party over how aggressively to assert itself on foreign policy.

A growing number of rank-and-file Democrats are worried that the president’s plans would commit the United States to an open-ended conflict against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, costing the country blood and treasure in another unpredictable Mideast war. Yet party leaders and senior Democrats believe now is the time to stand behind the commander in chief, given the lack of viable options and the deepening crisis threatening to plunge the region into further turmoil.

Sep 17 07:54

Obama’s Lonely Climate Summit – world leaders are staying home

Eric Worrall writes: The imminent climate summit in New York is rapidly turning into an utter embarrassment for President Obama and UN Secretary General Bank Ki-Moon, in addition to becoming a bit of a punishment round for national deputy leaders.

Sep 17 07:53

Holy smoke: Vatican car seized with cocaine, cannabis

The Vatican was left red-faced on Tuesday after it emerged that a car bearing its diplomatic plates had been stopped in France with four kilogrammes of cocaine on board.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now you know how they see God!

Sep 17 07:48

"A strong Russia is good for Europe!"

Mr. Gudenus, you are considered as an Russia expert and a friend of Moscow. Where does this new - perhaps old - fear of Russia come from?

Gudenus: The fear is still based on the stereotypes of the Cold War, sometimes even on the experiences from the Second World War.

The Second World War ended in 1945 and the Cold War in 1989...

Gudenus: But the anti-Russian sentiments are still very easy to reactivate, as we can see. What is interesting is that all liberal and left media currently agitating loudly against Moscow are precisely the ones who like to accuse others to be prejudiced or xenophobic.

Sep 17 07:48

Your Artificial Knee Might Get You Groped

Ann Pringle
Activist Post

August 11, 6 a.m.—San Francisco International Airport

"A twenty-something woman is running the back of her hand across the base of my breasts. I stand there, legs spread as she moves on to the inside of my thighs. She runs her hand underneath the waistline of my pants and across my buttocks.

I’m angry and embarrassed. The woman touching me seems embarrassed, too.

When she’s done her coworker, a young woman with a large neck tattoo poorly covered with makeup, rummages through my suitcase, purse, and laptop bag. Piece by piece, she pulls out my still-damp bathing suit, my underwear, and a few crumpled up dresses. She tosses my iPad aside, jiggles a bottle of prescription medicine, and stares at my EpiPen, bewildered. She’s enjoying this—today she is in charge of me."

Sep 17 07:47

Israel’s Cue: Syrian ‘Rebels’ Occupy Golan Heights, Seize UN Weapons and Vehicles

Perfect timing. We were waiting for the stage director to whistle-in Israel somewhere into this ISIS Crisis and to help the US and Britain with their Syrian regime change project. Here is the perfect pretext…

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Only a few days ago it was reported that the UN pulled their observers out of the Golan Heights, which I commented essentially opened the door to an Israeli invasion.

Sep 17 07:46

Satire: Tony Blair Urges the “Ukraine Solution”: Air Strikes Against Scotland in Event of ‘Yes’ Vote

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has urged the UK government to consider military action against Scotland in the event of a vote for independence.

Mr Blair, who was prime minister between 1997 and 2007, broke his silence in the debate over Scottish independence to urge air strikes – including the use of the Trident independent nuclear deterrent – against Scottish strategic targets in the event of a ‘Yes’ victory next Thursday.

Sep 17 07:42

Pirate Bay Founder “Will Wear Handcuffs” to Carry Father’s Coffin

After succumbing to a long illness, Peter Sunde's father has passed away. While the Pirate Bay founder will be allowed to attend the funeral, prison staff have told him he can expect to carry the coffin while wearing handcuffs. For someone convicted of copyright offenses with just 50 days of his sentence left, it's an unpalatable threat.

Sep 17 07:41

A political elite that still doesn’t get it

Remember those lofty General Election promises made by all three main parties to introduce a ‘new politics’ and, oh yes, reduce the cost of Westminster?

Forget it. Far from being chastened by the outpouring of public fury over the expenses scandal, MPs are now claiming more expenses than ever, with £103million pocketed last year.

Some 168 parliamentarians – more than a quarter – listed wives, children and even parents on their expenses returns to bolster their generous family income, costing taxpayers more than £4million.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When a dog pisses on a fire hydrant, he is not being a vandal, he is just being a dog. When a politician cheats the people, he isn't being a criminal, he is just being a politician! :)

Sep 17 07:40

Snow falls at Mount Washington

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Carbonazis are already putting out articles claiming that summer snow isn't all that unusual and is no reason to doubt the most holy revealed wisdom of human-caused global warming!

Quite a far cry from 2000 when they were claiming that human-caused global warming meant snowfalls were a thing of the past!

Sep 17 07:37

The Collapse of Al Gore's Global Warming Sham

Sep 17 07:37

Ontario man alleged to be jihadist advocating Islamic State violence

The world of Twitter is alleging a GTA man is a jihadist with a predilection for social media missives that champion terrorism, acts of torture and violence in Syria.

Messages on a Twitter page belonging to a user by the name of Abu Turaab condone atrocities including the recent beheading of 40-year-old American journalist James Foley by the Islamic State terrorist group.

Sep 17 07:33

City of London vs. Scottish Independence

Scotland has a long and noteworthy history of banking. Money, savings and investing is entrenched in the culture and society. Edinburgh is the fourth largest financial centre in Europe (after London, Frankfurt and Paris). Much of this reputation has arisen from its history of innovation over the last three hundred years. The Bank of Scotland, established in 1695, one year after the Bank of England by an Act of the Scottish Parliament, illustrates the prevailing attitude to the creation of money in that era. A list of banking innovations is a useful background of Scottish banking activities.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Scotland will simply create their own currency and their own banks. Certainly Scotland will be far better off without a private central bank issuing all of their public currency as a loan at interest!

Sep 17 07:31

The NSA and GCHQ Campaign Against German Satellite Companies

“Fuck!” That is the word that comes to the mind of Christian Steffen, the CEO of German satellite communications company Stellar PCS. He is looking at classified documents laying out the scope of something called Treasure Map, a top secret NSA program. Steffen’s firm provides internet access to remote portions of the globe via satellite, and what he is looking at tells him that the company, and some of its customers, have been penetrated by the U.S. National Security Agency and British spy agency GCHQ.

Stellar’s visibly shaken chief engineer, reviewing the same documents, shares his boss’ reaction. “The intelligence services could use this data to shut down the internet in entire African countries that are provided access via our satellite connections,” he says.

Sep 17 07:30

Angry mob throw Ukrainian MP into rubbish bin

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Good for the Ukrainians! We should do that here, only the trash bins would probably puke after we did it!

Sep 17 07:30

How to determine the value of a vaccine

by Sandy Lunoe

International health authorities use enormous resources to promote every new vaccine developed as providing nothing but benefits for the average medical consumer and society as a whole. Efforts are focused on increasing uptake of various vaccines.

However, there are serious considerations which should be adequately addressed prior to the issue of vaccine uptake...

Sep 17 07:28

Ebola & West Africa's Offshore Oil By JC Collins

The movement of troops, especially American troops, is the dead giveaway to any broader game plan which is intended to be hidden within the structure of propaganda and media campaigns. So it is with muted surprise that we hear the news of the United States sending 3,000 troops to help fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.

As reported in the New York Times yesterday:

Under pressure to do more to confront the Ebola outbreak sweeping across West Africa, President Obama on Tuesday is to announce an expansion of military and medical resources to combat the spread of the deadly virus, administration officials said.

What isn’t reported in the article is that 1/3rd of all new oil discoveries have taken place in West Africa.

Sep 17 07:27

OBAMA'S DIRTY WAR ON AFRICA

Fear not, people of Western Africa! The most mighty and merciful military of Homo-Obongo is on its way to shoot and drone bomb those Ebola cells to death. And while our fighting men (and women, and trannies) are in the neighborhood, we might as well secure your oil and gold; just so those precious resources do not fall into the hands of the CIA, er, I mean 'Boku Haram' of "Bring Back Our Girls" fame.

Most importantly of all, we want to stop those awful, Putin-loving, Syria-loving, Iran-loving Chinese from taking advantage of you. You must realize that those loans and fancy development projects that China is helping you with is all just a commie trick. It is only Zionist America that truly loves you.

Sep 17 07:25

President al-Assad: Combating terrorism begins by pressuring the states that support and fund terrorist organizations

President al-Assad said that combating terrorism begins by pressuring the states that support and fund terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq and that are now claiming to combat terrorism.

Sep 17 07:23

AT LEAST 36 children (updated) die in Syria after receiving measles vaccine

The children, some just babies, all exhibited signs of "severe allergic shock" about an hour after they were given a second round of measles vaccinations in the northwestern province of Idlib on Tuesday, with many suffocating to death as their bodies swelled, said physician Abdullah Ajaj, who administered the vaccinations in a medical centre in the town of Jarjanaz.

"There was shouting and screaming, it was hard for the parents. You get your child vaccinated and then you find your child dying, it's very hard," Ajaj said

Sep 17 07:23

Egg industry trade group illegally fixed prices by artificially restricting supply, lawsuit alleges

That certification stamp on egg cartons is supposed to be a sign of quality, but according to a new lawsuit, an egg industry trade group called United Egg Producers, was using the stamp of certification as a manipulative tool. UEP coerced egg producers to join as members of their cult and engage in price-fixing in order to receive the certification stamp. If egg producers didn't follow along, then supermarkets were less likely to accept the uncertified, unstamped egg cartons.

Sep 17 07:19

Israel was created to solve Europe’s ‘Jewish Problem’

Israeli professor Shlomo Sand is the author of several controversial books on Israel and Judaism. The list includes The Invention of the Jewish People, and The Invention of the Land of Israel. His latest book to propagate more myths about Jews, Israel and Holocaust is How I Ceased To Be A Jew.

What Shlomo Sand and other Zionist and the so-called “anti-Zionist” writers refuse to admit that Zionist Jews used Europe’s centuries-old Jewish Problem to establish a Jewish homeland in Muslim-majority historic Palestine and the western powers including the US, Britain and USSR helped them to achieve their dream.

Sep 17 07:18

Dempsey: US Ground Combat Troops Possible in Islamic State Fight

Army Gen. Martin Dempsey said Tuesday that he would recommend deploying U.S. ground troops with the Iraqi army to combat the Islamic State if local forces fail to make progress under cover of U.S. airstrikes.

The White House has ruled out "boots on the ground," but Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that his recommendations to President Obama if the current strategy doesn't work "may include the use of U.S. military ground forces."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Obama has already decided for a full-on invasion, but will drop the blame on Dempsey to protect Democrat's chances in the November elections.

Sep 17 07:11

Pentagon Officials Tell Senate: ISIS War Will Be Long and Difficult

Top Pentagon officials, including Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey testified to the Senate Armed Services Committee today to brief them on the new war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

The two offered very few details on the plans for the war, though Gen. Dempsey conceded that the US ground troops in the country as advisers could end up being used in combat operations, despite repeated insistence this had been ruled out.

Sep 17 07:10

Ft. Detrick Lab Missing 9000 Virus Vials; Scientists Still Dying from Unnatural Causes

An inventory of potentially deadly pathogens at Fort Detrick’s infectious disease laboratory found more than 9,000 vials that had not been accounted for, Army officials said yesterday, raising concerns that officials wouldn’t know whether dangerous toxins were missing.

Sep 17 07:03

Egypt's military focus is at home, not on Islamic State - minister

Egypt's foreign minister has suggested his country might not provide military assistance to the United States for its battle against the Islamic State militant group, saying the army was focused on the home front.

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Another member of the coalition of the sort-of-interested drops out.

Sep 17 07:02

Federal government may seize and shut down all internet sites that don't push vaccines during a national emergency pandemic

Under an executive order signed by President Obama in 2012, the U.S. federal government now has the authority to seize and shut down all private websites which do not promote vaccines and pharmaceuticals during the coming Ebola pandemic the government expects to sweep across America.

Sep 17 07:02

Bill Clinton calls for a “no” vote on Scottish independence

In a startling intervention the former US president has called on the Scots to reject independence and stay with Britain.

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This may piss of the Scots even more and push them towards a YES vote.

Sep 17 07:01

Finance company shuts down vehicles too soon, lawsuit alleges

A financing company uses global positioning software to remotely shut down vehicles well before customers legally default on payments, according to a class action lawsuit filed by the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.

The lawsuit filed last week in Clark County District Court against C.A.G. Acceptance LLC alleges that the company’s use of Passtime Elite GPS system violates Nevada law. The lawsuit argues that the device should be used the same as if the vehicles were being repossessed.

Sep 17 07:00

Top officials defend US plan to target ISIS

The top U.S. military leader told Congress Tuesday that if President Barack Obama's expanded military campaign to destroy Islamist extremists fails, he would recommend that the United States consider deploying American ground forces to Iraq.

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I think those officials should personally lead the attack!

Sep 17 06:57

False Flag - The Movie!

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I wish this were only humor, but right now we are seeing a repeat of the year 2001, where for months the corporate media promoted the idea of Al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden as Uber Villains we were supposed to be afraid of, because they were coming to get us unless we got them first. So intense was the obvious advertising to promote the Osama "brand" that I wrote an article over at Free Republic in August of 2001 suggesting some grand deception was being planned centered on Osama, mere weeks before 9-11.

ISIS is starting to look like a repeat of that same propaganda strategy. ISIS, originally (if not still) a creation of the US and Israel, is being heavily promoted to us as the new replacement for Al Qaeda, the boogie man we are all supposed to be afraid of and blame when a loud "bang" happens. Apparently the US Government is totally convinced that We The People do not remember the fraud of 9-11, stolen Kuwaiti incubators, or Saddam's nukes, or Assad's gas, and think they can pull another fast one to get their war wagon back on track. But at this point, given that many of the ISIS video threats have already been exposed as hoaxes, together with the beheadings and the pathetic selfie with the ISIS flag in front of the White House, and the lame beheading video, we are being told that because of the wide open border with Mexico, ISIS is already here inside the United States, preparing to do something nasty, with the implication that they will be aided and supplied by the long list of nations the US wants to send your children off to invade! James Inhofe is making the rounds claiming that ISIS will blow up a US city, and Drudge is claiming Chicago will be the target! Peter King says it will be Manhattan, and Lindset Graham, not to be outdone, is saying ISIS will wipe out all of humankind, apparently including themselves.

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Sep 17 06:57

Who is the greatest danger to the United States?

Al Qaeda
0% (2 votes)
ISIS
0% (5 votes)
Lone Wolf
0% (1 vote)
Lone Kitten
2% (18 votes)
Netanyahu's nuclear duck
6% (68 votes)
Nuclear wedgie
1% (9 votes)
The Federal Government
91% (991 votes)
Total votes: 1094
Sep 17 06:56

Homeland Security: We can’t stop ISIS from coming into US

Homeland Security officials warned Wednesday they don’t have a full picture of the Americans and Europeans heading to Syria to train with ISIS and therefore can’t stop them from coming into the US.

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Now look at the next story down.

Sep 17 06:56

ISIS terrorists won't sneak into U.S. across loose Mexico border: Homeland Security officials

Despite some Twitter chatter, there is no evidence ISIS terrorists are trying to slip into the United States from Mexico, Department of Homeland Security officials told Congress Wednesday.

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Here we have a clear conflict among administration agendas. We are all supposed to cower in fear that ISIS is coming to get us, yet believe that they will not use the most vulnerable point, the border with Mexico.

Sep 17 06:55

Congressman predicts many more 9/11s in US, other countries

A Democratic congressman has said that the United States could risk more attacks similar to the September 11, 2001 in the country if Congress does not act against ISIL. "I understand that my colleagues are war weary. I'm war weary. I understand the American people are war weary," Rep. Eliot Engel of New York said on Tuesday.

"But I think doing nothing would invite something very similar that happened to my city, New York City, on that fateful day of Sept. 11, 2001," he added. The top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee also warned that the threat of an attack extended beyond his country.

"If we do nothing, ISIS (or ISIL) will plot and plan and we'll have many more 9/11s in the United States, in Europe, in the Middle East," Engel said.

Sep 17 06:47

Celebrity Israeli rabbi accepts plea bargain in high-profile bribery case

A multimillionaire Israeli celebrity rabbi with a following in the U.S. has accepted a plea bargain in a high-profile bribery case and could face a year in prison, an Israeli official said Wednesday, bringing closer an end to one of the rabbi's various legal sagas.

As part of the plea bargain, the official said, Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto will admit to bribing a senior Israeli police officer in 2012 for access to his police file.

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Posted for those who claim I only pick on the Catholics.

Sep 17 06:45

Obama: If Assad Defends Against US Attack, US Will Attack

Only hours after delivering his ridiculous address to the American people regarding his strategy to combat an organization that is entirely the product of the United States and NATO and one that is still under complete control of these powers, Obama conducted a meeting with “foreign policy experts,” former government officials, and journalists.

The meeting, of course, is nothing more than round two in the volley of propaganda coming from the White House in its attempt to drum up more support from the American people for direct military intervention in Syria and an open use of U.S. military forces against the secular government of Bashar al-Assad. All of those within an ear’s reach of the reports regarding Obama’s meeting should be firmly aware that it is nothing more than an attempt to milk the original speech for more propaganda against Assad’s Syria and provide a sense of inevitability about the coming conflict there.

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Send your own kids, Barry.

Sep 17 06:44

Trooper shooting suspect might try to target more officers, police say

He's a survivalist with an extensive shooting background and a grudge against law enforcement, officials say.

And now authorities worry the man suspected of gunning down two Pennsylvania State Police troopers may be on the hunt for more officers.

Eric Matthew Frein "has made statements about wanting to kill law enforcement officers and also to commit mass acts of murder," Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan told reporters Tuesday.

"He has very strong feelings about law enforcement and seems to be very angry with a lot of things that go on in our society."

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Setting aside the likelihood that this is all a propaganda psy-op, I would ask if this guy is on prescription anti-depressants.

Sep 17 06:43

Cuba to send doctors to Ebola areas

Cuba is sending 165 health workers to help tackle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, officials say.

Doctors, nurses and infection control specialists will travel to Sierra Leone in October and stay for six months.

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The US, of course, sends soldiers!

Sep 17 06:42

Switzerland: Cuba sends more doctors to fight Ebola than rich countries

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The US, of course, sends soldiers!

Sep 17 06:40

Obama administration forcing new gun buyers to declare race, ethnicity

The Obama administration quietly has been forcing new gun buyers to declare their race and ethnicity, a policy change that critics say provides little law enforcement value while creating the risk of privacy intrusions and racial profiling.

Sep 17 06:37

German man on trial for being Islamic State jihadist played for Jewish football club

A 20-year-old German man went on trial in Frankfurt on Monday on charges he was a member of the extremist Islamic State group, the first such case to come to court in Germany.

Prosecutors allege that Kreshnik Berisha, who once played for a Jewish football club, travelled last year to Syria and fought with the group before returning to Germany five months later.

Berisha, who faces up to 10 years in prison for membership of a foreign terrorist organization, was arrested at Frankfurt airport in December and has been held in detention since.

Heightened security measures have been put in place for the trial, which is expected to last until at least November. It opens just days after Germany formally banned Islamic State symbols and any propaganda activity for the group.

Sep 17 06:36

U.S. general says cannot rule out larger ground role in Iraq

The most senior U.S. military officer raised the possibility on Tuesday that American troops might need to take on a larger role in Iraq's ground war against Islamic State militants, but the White House stressed they would not deploy on a combat mission.

Sep 17 06:34

Scottish police deny presstitutes' claims that independence campaign is leading to increased crimes & disorder

In response to increased press reports and comment implying increased crime and disorder as a consequence of the Independence Referendum Brian Docherty, Chairman of the Scottish Police Federation said:

“The Police Service of Scotland and the men and women who work in it should not be used as a political football at any time and especially so in these last few hours of the referendum campaign.

As I have previously stated the referendum debate has been robust but overwhelmingly good natured.

It was inevitable that the closer we came to the 18th of September passions would increase but that does not justify the exaggerated rhetoric that is being deployed with increased frequency. Any neutral observer could be led to believe Scotland is on the verge of societal disintegration yet nothing could be further from the truth.

Sep 17 06:34

US Pursues 134 Wars Around the World

he US is now involved in 134 wars or none, depending on your definition of war ...The White House spent much of last week trying to figure out if the word "war" was the right one to describe its military actions against the Islamic State. US Secretary of State John Kerry was at first reluctant: "We're engaged in a major counterterrorism operation," he told CBS News on Sept. 11. "I think war is the wrong terminology and analogy but the fact is that we are engaged in a very significant global effort to curb terrorist activity... I don't think people need to get into war fever on this. I think they have to view it as a heightened level of counter terrorist activity."

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"It's what we DO! and we are good at it!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Sep 17 06:31

ISIS: “Convert to Islam or die!” [CARTOON]

Sep 17 06:25

American man suing to seize Gaza flotilla ships

The US Court of Appeals heard a case on Monday filed by an American terror victim who is seeking to seize 14 vessels that participated in the 2010 Gaza flotilla. The suit, which was originally filed in June 2011 by Dr. Alan Bauer, seeks to confiscate the 14 ships on the grounds that they were used in a hostile fashion against a nation friendly to the United States.

Israeli naval commandos boarded the boats that departed from Turkey in May 2010 after they disobeyed instructions from the Israel Defense Forces. The commandos immediately faced violent resistance upon boarding the main vessel, the Mavi Marmara. Ten Israeli commandos were injured and 10 Turkish activists were killed in the ensuing conflict.

Sep 17 06:19

US police get antiterror training in Israel on privately funded trips

The clouds of tear gas, flurries of projectiles and images of police officers outfitted in military-grade hardware in Ferguson, Missouri, have reignited concerns about the militarization of domestic law enforcement in the United States.

But there has been another, little-discussed change in the training of American police since the 9/11 attacks: At least 300 high-ranking sheriffs and police from agencies large and small – from New York and Maine to Orange County and Oakland, California – have traveled to Israel for privately funded seminars in what is described as counterterrorism techniques.

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