CURRENT EVENTS

Aug 28 23:42

MO hospital treats hundreds of children for unusual virus

An unusual respiratory virus is striking children in the metro in big numbers. Children’s Mercy Hospital is hospitalizing 20 to 30 kids a day with the virus. The hospital is as full now as it is at the height of flu season.

Aug 28 23:33

Mayor: Adult Illegal Aliens With ‘Graying’ Hair Enrolled in Public Schools

The mayor of Lynn, Mass. says that some of the illegal aliens from Guatemala who are enrolled in her city’s public schools are adults with graying hair and “more wrinkles than I have.” -- She added that the federal government will not allow school officials to verify their ages, even though one of the students turned out to be 35 years old.

Aug 28 23:29

Town halls erupt over flood of child migrants

The anger and frustration expressed in the town halls suggests there will be a fierce debate when U.S. lawmakers return to Washington on Sept. 8 and take up proposals to address a flood of child migrants crossing the southwestern U.S. border.

Aug 28 22:04

Cold War - Family Business for Brzezinskis

As US President Barack Obama prepares for his address at the NATO Summit in Wales and for chairing the United Nations Security Council in September, the children of Zbigniew Brzezinski, the aging anti-Russian strategist who advised Obama during his first presidential campaign, have been actively working on implementing their father's Cold War schemes.

Aug 28 21:59

Donetsk Republic leaders ready to provide corridors for encircled troops

Leaders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic are ready to provide humanitarian corridors for encircled Kiev-loyal troops on condition of their disarmament.

Aug 28 21:56

Obama threatens Russia with new sanctions over Ukraine

US President Barack Obama has threatened his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin with new sanctions over the growing crisis in Ukraine.

Aug 28 21:43

China: America has lost face and is sick

Aug 28 19:49

What Would You Name the New Washington State Ferry?

I hope it is appropriate to post this here. I feel that the ferry should be named: the 'John T. Williams.' Mr. Williams was the Native American woodcarver who was gunned-down in cold blood by Seattle Police officer, Ian Birk on August 30, 2010. I feel that he meets the nomination requirements and deserves it.


John T. Williams memorial march and rally: September 16, 2010

Aug 28 19:04

For the children of Gaza, some wounds may never heal

For the children of Gaza, some wounds may never heal. My latest report from Gaza for CCTV America, Please watch and share widely ! - Noor Harazeen in Gaza

Aug 28 18:56

Lives cut short: Bullets killed 28,000 children, teens between 2002 and 2012 | "For every U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan during 11 years of war, at least 13 children were shot and killed in America." More than 450 kids didn’t make it to kindergarten.

For every U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan during 11 years of war, at least 13 children were shot and killed in America.
More than 450 kids didn’t make it to kindergarten.
Another 2,700 or more were killed by a firearm before they could sit behind the wheel of a car.
Every day, on average, seven children were shot dead.

Aug 28 18:55

Philadelphia Earns Millions By Seizing Cash And Homes From People Never Charged With A Crime

Chris Sourovelis has never had any trouble with the law or been accused of any crime. But that hasn’t stopped the City of Philadelphia from trying to take his home.

Aug 28 18:35

EU Sanctions Boomerang – Poor leadership once again

What I am beginning to see now, which I had missed earlier, was an unofficial roll-out of the “economic war” version of that same preemptive strike policy. Some elites in a boardroom somewhere decided that we had the same right to attack countries that we felt could be an economic threat in the future, that it would be cheaper and safer to attack them now. Since we had already given ourselves permission to attack militarily, the elites also assumed the right to conduct first-strike economic wars and to use the military in whatever capacity needed.

One of the clues that woke me up to this was the obvious US play to steer Europe away from Russian energy supplies and replacing them with pipe-lined resources from the Persian Gulf. Hence, there was a need to take Syria out to eliminate the Russian base there, and control the pipeline territory to the Eastern Mediterranean. Over 170,000 Syrians have been murdered in the process.

Aug 28 17:40

Comedian Joan Rivers, 81, Hospitalized in Critical Condition after Suffering Cardiac Arrest

It couldn't have happened to a nicer racist . . . .

Aug 28 16:53

Hannity Goes Off (*What else is new ?)

Hannity Goes Off On ISIS-Supporting Imam: ‘Every Radical Islamist Like You Will Be Wiped Off The Face Of The Earth’ "

Aug 28 16:20

EXCLUSIVE: St. Louis Police Officer Blows the Whistle on Rampant Corruption Within the Department

On Tuesday, August 27, The Free Thought Project’s Cassandra Rules, met up with the officer on W. Florissant in Ferguson where protesters have been gathering

Aug 28 16:05

Ammunition now plentiful one year after mass shortages

About a year ago, ammunition shortages were causing fear and panic in the gun community, especially after news came out of the Department of Homeland Security’s purchase of over one billion rounds for government use. Additionally, the continuous message being made to honest Americans by politicians like President Obama, former NYC Governor Michael Bloomberg, and a host of others that new gun laws and restrictions were headed down the pike, caused many of the 90 million strong gun owners to hoard ammunition for fear it would no longer be plentiful.
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Aug 28 15:44

Trial of Blackwater Guards Charged for Role in Baghdad Massacre Nears End

Closing arguments were heard Wednesday in the trial of four Blackwater contractors accused of killing 14 Iraqi civilians in the infamous massacre in Baghdad's Nissour Square.

Aug 28 15:21

Blacks Must Confront Reality

Aug 28 15:20

How safe is your Money? Five Major U.S. Banks Hacked this month

The FBI is investigating five major bank security breaches this month that experts think may have come from state-sponsored hackers in Russia. The attacks, which happened earlier this month, gave hackers access to gigabytes of checking and savings account data that could be used to drain accounts.

Not safe in the banks regardless, but more reason to keep ONLY WHAT YOU NEED in there for bills etc...

Aug 28 15:17

Video: Illegal Aliens Storm San Diego Beach

On Monday morning a gang Illegals aliens stormed a San Diego beach from a panga boat. Onlookers said the landing looked planned as the illegals ran down a back alley and changed out of wet clothes. Seven of the illegals were spotted by helicopter and apprehended by authorities. at least 10 remain at large.

Aug 28 15:12

Obama: "We Dont Have A Strategy Yet"

Aug 28 14:49

Cuban missile crisis 2.0 - NATO approaches Russian border

The President of Ukraine has accused Russia of deploying troops in East Ukraine. That's as anti-government forces launch a counter-offensive and advance on key areas in the south-east.

Aug 28 14:34

Detroit-Area Man Indicted for Attempting to Conceal Evidence in Connection with Upcoming Trial for $30 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

A Detroit -area man was indicted today for obstruction of justice in connection with his alleged attempts to conceal evidence relevant to his upcoming trial for an alleged health care fraud scheme with estimated losses exceeding $30 million.

Aug 28 14:23

CFR: U.S. not need recognize Syrian soverienty in ISIS attacks

SYRIA WARNS ANY ATTEMPT TO ENTER SYRIA WITHOUT PERMISSION WILL BE CONSIDERED AN ATTACK

Aug 28 14:01

The Emoprog Army interview with Executive Director behind the Oakland #BlockTheBoat protests.

Lara Kiswani (Kiswaniya) on Twitter

Aug 28 13:44

Fierce shelling leaves Donetsk residential area devastated

Civilian areas remain in the sights of Ukraine's army in the country's East - with residential parts of Donetsk and Lugansk being hit on a daily basis.

Aug 28 13:34

Israeli PM under fire at home over ceasefire deal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has come under severe criticism by members of his coalition government, among others, after reaching a ceasefire deal with the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

Aug 28 13:31

Ferguson shooting protests move to St. Louis

_ Protests over the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown have migrated to the city of St. Louis as demonstrators continue to press for broader reforms to local and federal law enforcement.

Aug 28 13:30

Swiss President is concerned about US plan to supply nuclear fuel to Ukraine

The Swiss President and Chairperson-in-Office of the OSCE Didier Burkhalter shared Russia's concern over nuclear security due to US intention to supply nuclear fuel to Ukraine and urged Moscow to address the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Aug 28 13:08

'No Russian troops in Ukraine': Moscow's OSCE rep responds to Kiev's claims

The OSCE was told there was no Russian presence spotted across the Ukraine border, refuting Thursday's claims that a full-scale invasion was underway. Both the Ukrainian monitoring team head and Russia's representative have given a firm 'no.'

How many times does Petro "Willy Wonka" Porkyshenko have to be caught out lying before the establishment media stop reprinting his lunatic imaginings as being fact?

Aug 28 13:04

Russian Gas Sector Should Be Exempt From EU Sanctions – EU Energy Chief Oettinger

The Russian gas sector should be exempt from the EU sanctions against Russia, EU Energy Chief Gunther Oettinger said Thursday.

So the EU wants to be able to pick and choose its sanctions so that they are not in any way impacted by them. And what if Russia decides not to supply the gas to the EU in any event? What then, Oettinger?

Aug 28 13:03

Obama’s “Strong Disapproval” Double His “Strong Approval”

Americans are more than twice as likely to say they “strongly disapprove” (39%) of President Barack Obama’s job performance as they are to say they “strongly approve” (17%). The percentage of Americans who strongly disapprove of Obama has increased over time, while the percentage who strongly approve has dropped by almost half.

Aug 28 13:01

Drugging our kids: Children in California’s foster care system are prescribed risky medications

Abandoned and alone, they are among California’s most powerless children. But instead of providing a stable home and caring family, the state’s foster care system gives them a pill.

Aug 28 12:59

‘Ring of steel’: NATO summit turns Welsh cities into massive open-air prisons

A “ring of steel” likened to a prison or the Berlin Wall has been erected around the NATO Summit venues in Newport and Cardiff city center ahead of the military alliance’s conference next week.

We can't have our elite (read: criminal) classes being inconvenienced by any of the people who pay for their exalted existence and their nasty, brutal and unnecessary military adventures, can we?

Aug 28 12:55

Arizona May Have Handed Over Its Counterterrorism Database To A Chinese Spy

Lizhong Fan was hired as a facial recognition expert for the agency in 2007 until he left suddenly

Aug 28 12:53

Russian State Duma speaker dismisses Poroshenko's claims about Russian troops in Ukraine

The Speaker of the Russian State Duma Sergei Naryshkin has dismissed Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s allegations Russia had moved its troops into Ukraine.

Aug 28 12:52

School District Will Use “Deadly Force” to Protect Students

Sign on school: Please be aware that the staff at Argyle are Armed

Aug 28 12:36

'Revenue Generating' Traffic Cameras Forcing Governments To Refund Millions Of Dollars

Municipalities which have turned over traffic enforcement to cameras probably hoped to generate funds much faster than it could with an un-augmented police force. Instead, they're finding themselves issuing refunds, deactivating faulty cameras, fighting with contractors and investigating corruption. Not much of a payoff.

Aug 28 11:58

Jury finds officer liable for Taser death

The federal civil court verdict came in the second day of deliberations by the five women and three men who had to determine whether CMPD Officer Michael Forbes used excessive force in the death of La-Reko Williams.

Aug 28 11:54

Texas Deputy facing murder charge hired despite experience

Failed APD’s psychiatric evaluation

Aug 28 11:45

VIDEO: Member of Online Gaming Group Arrested by SWAT - on Live Stream

SWATTING

- LOOK IN BOTTOM LEFT OF VIDEO

The report proved to be false, but the investigation caused nearby schools to enact security procedures and businesses to be evacuated.

Aug 28 10:40

Palestinians start Rubble Bucket Challenge to raise awareness of war in Gaza

We're all well aware by now of the Ice Bucket Challenge – a viral trend in which people, including celebrities and pro athletes, are funding ALS research and raising awareness of the deadly disease.
But how about the Rubble Bucket Challenge?

Aug 28 10:39

Louisiana Parish's drinking water tests positive for Brain-eating amoeba

More than twelve and a half thousand people in St. John parish are at risk of a brain eating amoeba detected in the water system.
Which means folks in Reserve, Garyville and Mt. Airy are advised to take precaution.

Aug 28 10:38

Report: 1,400 cases of sexual exploitation not investigated for fear of appearing racist

Hundreds of children have been systematically raped, beaten and sex trafficked in a northern English town for more than 12 years. And it is still going on, a government commissioned report says.

Aug 28 10:28

Quakes Keep Shaking Iceland's Bardarbunga Volcano

Earthquakes are still rocking Iceland as lava pushes through a long underground fissure near the ice-covered Bardarbunga volcano

Aug 28 10:16

Officer to Citizen: “You must be doing something wrong if you invoke your rights”

Two videographers were in Jacksonville Florida conducting a First Amendment Audit on Wednesday. They were filming prisoners being transported in and out of the Duval County Courthouse’s sally port.

Aug 28 10:15

VIDEO: Jesse Benton Implicated in Bribery Conviction

case involving bribery of former Iowa State Senator Kent Sorenson for political endorsements in the Iowa Republican Primary in 2012. Sorenson pleaded guilty.

Former Iowa state senator pleads guilty in Ron Paul endorsement-for-pay scheme

Aug 28 10:11

Please be aware that the staff at Argyle, TX School are Armed

School District Will Use “Deadly Force” to Protect Students

Aug 28 10:07

Confidential Australia Data Retention Discussion Paper Leaked

It’s the secret industry consultation paper the Australian federal government didn’t want you to see.

Aug 28 09:57

FBI Ordered Police Department to Conceal Stringray cellphone surveillance device Use

Documents uncovered through a public records request reveal that a Wash. state police department has concealed its use of a Stringray cellphone surveillance device for the last 6 years.

Aug 28 09:42

Arizona May Have Handed Over Its Counterterrorism Database To A Chinese Spy

Lizhong Fan was hired as a facial recognition expert for the agency in 2007 until he left suddenly

Aug 28 09:40

BEX Alert!!! - "FBI examining whether Russia is tied to JPMorgan hacking"

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating whether Russians had any links with recent cyber intrusions against US banking giant JPMorgan Chase and other American banks.

The FBI is investigating whether the attacks, discovered in mid-August, were in retaliation for Western sanctions levied on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, according to Bloomberg.

Aug 28 09:37

U.S. government sues Minneapolis suburb for rejecting Islamic center

complaint argues the municipality treated the group's application for a conditional use permit on less than equal terms

Aug 28 09:36

Erdogan takes office as Turkey president

Recep Tayyip Erdogan is officially sworn in as Turkey’s new president after winning the country’s first-ever popular vote for the head of state.

Erdogan, who served as prime minister for three consecutive terms, took the oath of office during a special session of the parliament on Thursday.

“In my capacity as President of the Republic, I swear upon my honor and repute before the great Turkish nation and before history to safeguard the existence and independence of the state,” he said at the swearing-in ceremony.

Lawmakers from the mainstream opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) walked out of the session before Erdogan took his oath.

Aug 28 09:35

U.S. court in Ohio overturns hate crime convictions of 16 Amish

"considerable evidence supported the defendants' theory that interpersonal and intra-family agreements, not the victims' religious beliefs, sparked the attacks."

Aug 28 09:29

911 dispatcher tells mom police can’t help baby locked in hot car

A Florida baby accidentally got trapped inside a hot car. His mother says she got a surprising answer when she called 911 for help.
10 month old Jack likes to play with just about anything he can get his hands on, especially car keys. On Saturday when his mom put him in his car seat and closed the car door in order to secure their shopping cart.

Aug 28 09:29

Immigration judges' union : court system should be separated from the Justice Dept - operated independently

often, decisions about how the court is run are made beyond the court system.

Aug 28 09:28

Texas parents sue day care center for duct taping child to nap mat

A Texas couple has filed a lawsuit against the owners of a Fort Worth-area day care center seeking $1 million damages from the facility for duct-taping their 2-year-old son to a mat because he was unruly at nap time, their lawyer said on Wednesday.

Aug 28 09:28

'No Russian troops in Ukraine': Moscow's OSCE rep responds to Kiev's claims

The OSCE was told there was no Russian presence spotted across the Ukraine border, refuting Thursday's claims that a full-scale invasion was underway. Both the Ukrainian monitoring team head and Russia's representative have given a firm 'no.'

The chorus of allegations about Russia's military invasion of Ukraine had President Poroshenko calling for an emergency meeting of the country’s security and defense council, while Prime Minister Yatsenyuk on Thursday called for a Russian asset freeze.

No actual evidence has been given either by either foreign governments or the media, apart from claims that photographs exist that someone had "seen."

Aug 28 09:28

Omaha Police Shoot And Kill 'Cops' Crew Member During Robbery

A crew member on the show Cops was shot and killed by police during a robbery in Omaha.
Bryce Dion, 38, was an audio technician on the Langley Productions show, and is the first production member killed in the 25 years the show has been on the air. Executive Producer Morgan Langley, who was at the news conference about the shooting, said Dion had been with the show for seven years,WSB TV reports.

Aug 28 09:20

Mexican president thanks California Governor Jerry Brown for aiding undocumented migrants

including legalizing drivers' licenses for undocumented migrants and making it easier for them to work and start businesses.
related: Jerry Brown: Immigrants, legal or not, 'welcome in California'

Aug 28 08:59

U.S. to ease some deportations to Mexico under settlement

deal reached between the American Civil Liberties Union and federal officials

Aug 28 08:36

The Time Is Ripe For A False-Flag Attack On American Soil

Government engineered false-flag terrorism is a historically established fact.

Aug 28 08:33

Heroin’s Death Toll Rising in New York, Amid a Shift in Who Uses It

A heroin crisis gripping communities across the country deepened in New York last year, with more people in the city dying in overdoses from the drug than in any year since 2003.

In all, 420 people fatally overdosed on heroin in 2013 out of a total of 782 drug overdoses, rising to a level not seen in a decade in both absolute numbers and as a population-adjusted rate, according to preliminary year-end data from the city’s health department.

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Gee, I wonder where all this opium is coming from? :)

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In Afghan fields the poppies grow.
Between the crosses.
Row on row.

Aug 28 07:46

Washington Sabotages Russian/Ukrainian Summit

On Monday, Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko met in Minsk. It was their first official bilateral meeting. They discussed relevant geopolitical issues. Key is resolving Southeastern Ukraine’s ongoing conflict.
Putin urges doing it peacefully. Poroshenko’s continues war without mercy. He deplores democracy. He wants freedom fighting self-defense forces crushed. He wants unchallenged hardline rule.
He lied saying his visit was “to stop the bloodshed and to start the process of finding a political compromise. The interests of the people of Donbass should and will be taken into account.”
His actions speak louder than words. Peace is an executive decision away. He can make it by calling off his dogs. He can choose diplomacy over confrontation. He can order a ceasefire. He can do so straightaway. He can meet face-to-face with Southeastern Ukrainian leaders. He can respect their democratic credentials. He can listen to their demands.

Aug 28 07:42

Hate Speech from a Christian (sic) Organization

The demand conveyed in the above box is plastered on top of the most non-Christian web site on the internet: CUFI, Christians United for Israel. Would that it would read: Christians United for Isolation of Israel, then it would offer a Christian message of a peaceful means to stop genocide in Palestine. The very thought that an organization could call itself Christian and demand that Christians support the wanton slaughter of children and mothers and fathers caught like animals in a cage and mercilessly shot to death borders on the actions of human madness. What ministers of god would dare such mendacity in Christ’s name? How abhorrent.

Aug 28 07:40

Bill Gates Sets His Sights on the NRA

Things are about to get interesting for the National Rifle Association: Bill Gates has set his sights on the NRA and their opposition to stricter gun control.

Whenever Bill Gates gets involved in politics or social issues, the world tends to sit up and take note. Things should be no different now that he’s chosen to donate $1 million to Initiative 594, which would impose a mandatory criminal background check for every firearm purchase, regardless of where it’s sold.

There’s no doubt that the NRA and the rest of the gun lobby has a great deal of power on their side, but Gates is hardly the first activist to throw his weight behind efforts to oppose them. Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York City, has also vowed to take part in gun control campaigns.

Aug 28 07:39

40 Holocaust survivors condemn ‘massacre’ of Palestinians, call for BDS against Israel

40 survivors of the Holocaust signed the letter and 287 descendants of victims also added their names.

A group of Holocaust survivors and descendants of those targeted by Nazi Germany have harshly criticized Israeli actions in Gaza and called for boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel.

Following a letter from survivors of the Holocaust printed in the New York Times on Saturday, the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, which helped coordinate the letter, organized a press call Monday, where some of those who signed the letter spoke out against the assault on Gaza.

Aug 28 07:33

The Time Is Ripe For A False-Flag Attack On American Soil

Brandon Smith
Activist Post

Government engineered false-flag terrorism is a historically established fact. For centuries, political and financial elites have been sinking ships, setting buildings on fire, assassinating diplomats, overthrowing elected leaders, and blowing people up, then blaming these disasters on convenient scapegoats so that they can induce fear in the public and transfer more power to themselves.

Skeptics might argue whether certain calamities have been proven beyond a reasonable doubt to be false-flag events, but no one can argue that such tactics have not been used by the establishment in the past. Governments have openly admitted to creating bloody and catalyzing tragedies under false pretenses, like Operation Gladio, a false-flag program in Europe supported by European and American covert agencies which lasted decades, from the 1950s to the 1990s...

Aug 28 07:22

Woman Killed By Cop's Stray Bullet,

Man With Unloaded Gun Charged With Her Death

Aug 28 04:14

BP refinery explosion rocks Whiting, no injuries reported

WHITING, Ind. – An explosion at a BP refinery in Whiting, Indiana, has rattled nearby homes. No injuries have been reported and no evacuation has been ordered.

A Whiting Fire Department spokesman said the explosion late Wednesday could be heard clearly several blocks from the plant. However, when fire commanders called plant officials to see if assistance was needed, they were told only to stand by.

Plant officials say the plant’s fire department was handling the incident. Officials at the BP plant, just east of Chicago, did not immediately provide details about the explosion.

The Chicago Sun-Times said Wednesday was the anniversary of a 1955 explosion in Whiting that killed two people.

Aug 28 04:14

California Police Department Ordered to Get Rid of MRAP Military Vehicle

The $700,000 dollar vehicle was acquired for free just a few weeks ago through the U.S. military surplus program that has seen police departments across America obtain vehicles and equipment that were formerly used by the Army to occupy towns and hunt insurgents. -- However, after numerous complaints and protests by residents, Davis City Council has given its police department two months to either destroy or otherwise remove from operation the mine resistant ambush vehicle.

Aug 28 04:11

The Road To World War 3: Russia And Ukraine Are Now Engaged In A Shooting War

Russian soldiers and Ukrainian soldiers are now shooting at each other in eastern Ukraine. Could this conflict ultimately lead us down the road to World War 3? This week, a very robust force of “tanks, artillery and infantry” has opened up a “third front” in the Ukrainian civil war in a part of southeastern Ukraine that had not seen much fighting yet.

Aug 28 04:07

The Big One: CDC whistleblower goes public Now

Here it is. All the people who said we were making it up, inventing charges of fraud at the CDC…well, here it is. CDC Whistleblower William Thompson’s own statement, released from his lawyer’s office today.

Aug 28 03:25

Wallace Shawn on Gaza: "The Anger of the Palestinians Cannot Be Ended by Killing Their Children"

. . . . unfortunately, many members of the show business community are not very aware of the tragic history of the Palestinian people. And yet the fact is that in my own lifetime (I was born in 1943) the Palestinian people have been expelled from their land and subjected to unceasing and unjustifiable torment, including a brutal occupation and, in Gaza, a regime in which an entire population has been placed on a starvation diet.

Anyone who learns more about what has happened can't help but realize that the anger of the Palestinians cannot be ended by killing their children. That is a fantasy. Human beings simply aren't made that way.

Aug 28 02:40

Venezuela Will Begin Fingerprinting Grocery Shoppers To Control How Much Food They Buy

Venezuela’s food shortage is so bad the country is mandating that people scan their fingerprints at grocery stores in order to keep people from buying too much of a single item.

Aug 28 01:11

Fed’s low interest rates could bring ‘scary’ 60% market crash

Markets could soon face a fall of up to 60 percent, two experts told CNBC on Wednesday. -- A jolt to international confidence in central banks will lead to a 30 to 60 percent market decline, David Tice, president of Tice Capital and founder of the Prudent Bear Fund, told CNBC’s “Power Lunch.” When this happens, he said, markets will face a “period of extreme turmoil.”

Aug 27 19:43

Nearly 200 state and local police departments have been suspended from a Pentagon program to procure surplus military equipment

after it was learned the weapons and equipment could not be accounted for

Aug 27 19:35

Privacy Concerns Raised over Disclosure of Tacoma Police Use of 'Cell Site Simulator'

The Tacoma Police Department confirmed Wednesday it has been using a sophisticated ‘cell site simulator’ for the past five years that enables it to zero in on a person’s cellular device, but said it does not snoop or collect data on the general public.

Aug 27 19:29

Inside The Hidden Cellphone Network SS7

Aug 27 19:14

Kiev Forces Defeated in East Ukraine. Could Obama’s Legacy Be Destroyed by His Ukraine Policy?

The Ukrainian Government that the Obama Administration installed after Obama’s successful coup d’etat in Ukraine is now crashing and burning in the process of the newly installed Government’s ethnic-cleansing program to get rid of the people in Ukraine’s southeast, the area of Ukraine that had voted overwhelmingly for the President whom the Obama Administration (the State Department and the CIA) had overthrown in February.

The residents there rejected this new Government; this new Government is trying to exterminate them; and the local rebel-fighters against that are winning, and are decimating thousands of troops who were sent in to kill them and their families, and are shooting down many of the bombers that have been sent in to bomb them.

Aug 27 18:48

Federal 2nd Court of Appeals rules that SWAT teams are not protected by "qualified immunity" when responding with unnecessary and inappropriate force. This case was from a no knock warrant with stun grenades and will set national precendent.

A U.S. federal appeals court has ruled that Connecticut police cannot claim immunity to quash lawsuits seeking millions of dollars in damages from a botched 2008 raid by a SWAT team that severely injured a homeowner and killed his friend.

Aug 27 18:46

Christopher Bollyn - "The Islamic State and John McCain"

Why has Sen. John McCain supported the gang of terrorists who behead innocent American journalists? Why is a leader from the U.S. Congress meeting with and supporting groups of mad-dog fanatics in the Middle East; the very same groups who we now find ourselves at war with? Why is the U.S. waging war against the militant and extremist groups in the Middle East that it helped create and arm in the first place?

Aug 27 18:36

"Economic data show that if Britain were to join the United States, it would be the second-poorest state, behind Alabama and Missouri and only just ahead of Mississippi"

If Britain was to leave the European Union and join the US, it would be poorer than all of the other states in America apart from Mississippi, new figures suggest.

The figures, produced by Fraser Nelson, the Editor of The Spectator, also said that without the South-east, Britain could be considered worse off than America's most-deprived state as well.

Aug 27 18:19

Man Who Lived Through Cold War Says Terrorist Group ‘Imminent Threat’ To America

A 67-year-old man who as a young boy lived under constant fear the Soviets would launch nuclear missiles at his beloved country and wipe out everyone and everything he loved characterized a terrorist group as an “imminent threat to every interest we have” late last week, sources confirmed.

Aug 27 17:26

Pakistan premier refuses to resign amid mass protests

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has refused to step down amid mass protests in front of parliament calling for the government’s resignation.

“We are not going to be diverted by these things,” Sharif said on Wednesday, referring to calls for his resignation by thousands of protesters camped outside the parliament during the crisis which erupted two weeks ago.

The statement comes as cleric Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri issued on August 25 a 48-hour deadline for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to step down. . .

. . . Sharif has ordered the Supreme Court to build an investigative team to look into the elections, but has said he will not resign.

Aug 27 17:05

Syria’s Assad forms new government

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has formed a new government less than three months after being re-elected for a third term.

On Wednesday, Assad formed his new government that consists of 11 new ministers, including Hassan al-Nuri, his rival in the latest presidential election.

Nuri has been assigned as the minister of administrative development, while other ministerial posts remained unchanged, including the prime minister as well as foreign and defense ministers.

Assad won 88.7 percent of the vote, or 10,319,723 of 11,634,412 votes cast in the election held on June 3.

Aug 27 17:00

Mr. James Corbett - "MH17 FULLY EXPOSED!!"

When Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 went down on July 17, 2014, we were immediately inundated with base propaganda trying to convince us that the shootdown could be traced back to the Kremlin. But what was this rush to judgement based on? What have we learned about the crash since then? Why has MH17 completely disappeared from the news cycle? And who really stood to benefit from the disaster?

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Aug 27 16:52

10 Conspiracy Theories That Came True

Despite the fact that the term “conspiracy theory” has been weaponized by the establishment as a pejorative slur against anyone who questions the official narrative of any government pronouncement, there are innumerable examples throughout history of conspiracies that were proven to be true

Aug 27 16:12

White House Jokes About Spying on the Press: ‘We Are Always Watching’

Wednesday at the press briefing, White House press secretary Josh Earnest joked with Fox News White House correspondent Ed Henry that the administration is “always watching,” despite Henry’s colleague James Rosen having been monitored by the Justice Department and labeled him a “criminal co-conspirator” in order to obtain a warrant to gain access to the reporters personal phone and emails.

Aug 27 14:57

NYC Council Members Want to Treat Gun Owners Like Sex Offenders

Several members of New York’s City Council want to create a public “gun offender” registry modeled after current sex offender registries, which would ultimately list names, addresses and photos of New Yorkers who violate gun control laws.

Aug 27 14:50

Watch Jon Stewart trash the media coverage of Ferguson

Jon Stewart has been on vacation, but the Daily Show returned last night. Nearly the entire episode was devoted to Ferguson -- the story that dominated the news for the entire time he was away.

Aug 27 14:18

Gun-rights groups say more and more women are locking and loading

Nearly 79 percent of firearms retailers reported an increase in female customers between 2011 and 2012, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation. From this surge in popularity comes classes, specialized apparel, custom firearms, shooting-group memberships and conferences for women. -- Women also have become the sellers, the lobbyists and the business owners.

Aug 27 14:09

4-Year Low on Tap for Labor Day Gas Prices

The average pump price of a gallon of gas is expected to reach $3.41 by the Labor Day weekend, down more than a penny from Wednesday’s price and down more than 2.5 cents from last Friday’s price. The holiday price is 18 cents below last Labor Day and a whopping 42 cents below the Labor Day 2012 price.

Aug 27 13:50

Dozens of Businesses Move HQs Outside America Under Obama

This process, called inversion, has been occurring more and more often, despite the fascistic suggestion by President Obama that headquartering outside the United States represents a betrayal of God and country. Members of the Obama administration have taken to labeling business inversions a lack of “economic patriotism” – presumably under the assumption that to stay in America, cut jobs, and lose all profits in order to pay higher taxes represents a sort of higher moral value than moving one’s headquarters and continuing to pay millions of workers and reward consumers with better and cheaper products.

Aug 27 13:41

Poll: People are self-censoring discussion of the NSA on Facebook and Twitter

A newly released poll from Pew Research found a “spiral of silence” on the topic of mass NSA surveillance in which social media users are unwilling to discuss the issue online, particularly if their friends do not agree with them. Notably, this self-censorship was far more prevalent on the internet than in real life:

Aug 27 13:36

Prof Threatens To Lower Students’ Grades For Saying ‘Bless You’ After Sneezes

According to the #6 under the “Behavioral Deduction” section of the syllabus, students’ grades will be lowered for: “Saying ‘bless you.’ We are taught that it is polite to say ‘bless you’ when someone sneezes. However, if you say this while I am talking, it is NOT polite, it is very rude!”

Aug 27 13:35

Stocks Soar as Bankrupt U.S. Economy Stagnates

It's a fact: America is technically bankrupt.

Aug 27 13:32

Watch: A brief explanation of Libya’s demise

For the casual observer, the crisis in Libya has spun beyond comprehension.

Gone is the simple dichotomy of Muammar Gaddafi versus “the revolutionaries”.

Nor do the equally binary “Islamist versus secularist” or “liberal versus conservative” models fully apply in Libya where there are no “seculars” or real liberals to speak of.

Instead, what we have is numerous factions with different international and domestic connections, varying goals and competing interests. It is a complex picture of Islamists, organised crime, ultra-conservatives and traditionalists.

The video, reproduced courtesy of Middle East Eye, outlines briefly the political turmoil that has wracked Libya since the overthrow of Gaddafi in 2011 and culminated in the seizure and destruction of Tripoli airport by Islamist militias on 23 August 2014.

Aug 27 13:24

Border chaos: 375,000 pending immigration cases, Obama lawyers AWOL

Two top federal judges Wednesday said the nation’s immigration courts are in chaos, with the backlog of cases at an historic high of 375,000 for just 227 judges, leading to a minimum three-year delay in hearings for illegal immigrants.

Aug 27 13:18

FDA Warns Travelers To Tell TSA About Any Prescription Drugs They Have

In a new video alert the FDA just posted titled “Traveling with Prescription Medications,” Lindsay Davison, a health promotion officer at the FDA, warns travelers about traveling with pharmaceutical medication. Travelers are advised to notify TSA officers of any prescriptions they possess and produce said medications before the screening begins.

Aug 27 13:12

Homeless Woman Says Deputy Used Excessive Force

A homeless, handicapped woman says she was attacked by a Polk County Sheriff’s deputy, simply because she is homeless.

Aug 27 13:08

WWII Veteran Grabs Robber’s Gun, Pulls Own Weapon, Shoots Suspect Six Times

On August 23 2014, an 89-year-old World War II veteran grabbed an armed robber’s gun, then pulled out his own gun and wrestled with the suspect before shooting him six times.

Aug 27 13:01

Central California residents rely on bottled water as wells run dry

Extreme drought conditions have become so harsh for the Central Valley community of East Porterville, many of its residents dependent on their own wells have run out of water.

Explain to me again why Jerry Brown wants to WELCOME in more ILLEGALS to a place with already SCARCE resources?

Aug 27 12:55

DRUDGE : “FEDS: RUSSIANS HACKED AMERICAN BANKS”

Russian hackers attacked the U.S. financial system in mid-August, infiltrating and stealing data from JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) and at least one other bank, an incident the FBI is investigating as a possible retaliation for government-sponsored sanctions, according to two people familiar with the probe.

Aug 27 12:08

America’s Corrupt Institutions — Paul Craig Roberts

Judges prefer plea bargains despite the fact that plea bargains amount to self-incrimination, because plea bargains dispense with time-consuming trials that cause backed-up and crowded court dockets. Trials also demand far more work on the part of a judge than accepting a plea bargain.

The fact of the matter is that in America today you are expected to convict yourself. Even your lawyer expects it. The torture is not physical; it is psychological. The system is severely biased against the defendant. Conviction by a jury brings a much heavier sentence than conviction by a deal that the defendant’s attorney negotiates with the prosecutor’s office. All the prosecutor wants is a conviction. Give him his conviction for his record as an effective prosecutor, and you get off lighter.

The injustice lies in the fact that the rule applies to the innocent as well as to the guilty.
The prosecutor and often the judge do not care whether you are innocent or guilty, and your lawyer knows that it does not matter to the outcome.

Aug 27 11:36

Despite calls for humanity, Detroit resumes water shutoffs

CITIZEN ADVOCATES WARN THAT THE “WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING” AS CITY CUTS OFF WATER TO THOUSANDS OF MOST IMPOVERISHED RESIDENTS

Aug 27 11:17

Henry Siegman, Leading Voice of U.S. Jewry, on Gaza: “A Slaughter of Innocents”

"The Zionist dream is based on the repeated slaughter of innocents on a scale that we’re watching these days on television, that is really a profound, profound crisis..." Read more -> http://sabbah.in/1AUMFKP

Aug 27 11:15

Ex US cybersecurity czar guilty in child sex abuse

Health and Human Services IT security chief headed online to share vile images

Aug 27 11:15

IOF Soldier of the Prisoners Pictures Scandal Hit by Palestinian Resistance

Eden Nagar was one of two persons hit by a rocket launched from Gaza on August 22, 2014. The event was published two days afterwards. In 2010, she was named Eden Abergil and caused a worldwide scandal after publishing images photographed throughout Operation Cast Lead while she was an IOF soldier. In the pictures, she posed next to Palestinian detainees. Read more -> http://sabbah.in/1mSXCnR

Aug 27 11:13

Fascism Grips Israel

Creeping fascism threatens Jews and non-Jews alike. So does the scourge of Zionism. It made Israel a killing machine. Palestinians bear the brunt of its barbarism. Read more -> http://sabbah.in/1tcEicv

Aug 27 11:12

Israeli Teens Gripped by Virulent Racism

A peek into tomorrow's Israel... "For me, personally, Arabs are something I can't look at...If I get the chance in the army to shoot one of them, I won't think twice." Read more -> http://sabbah.in/1wDCsUi

Aug 27 11:11

Rotherham sex abuse: Shock report reveals 1400 children were sexually exploited over 16-year period

Child sexual abuse suppressed or ignored in Rotherham

Aug 27 11:11

Gaza War Fringes: Israel Annuls British Law on Arabic Language

While a Gaza War long-term ceasefire is being announced by all actors except Israel, the Knesset announced on August 26, 2014, a new law abolishing Arabic as an official language in Israel. Read more -> http://sabbah.in/1qL3u3M

Aug 27 11:09

Israel v. Palestine: MSM Unreported Truths

Israel’s Operation Protective Edge aggression entered day 51. Mass slaughter and destruction continue. MSM scoundrels largely lost interest. Killing Palestinians no longer matters. Justifiable outrage is absent. Read more -> http://sabbah.in/1rAxkOx

Aug 27 11:08

Israel war crimes – ICC is not living up to its mandate

Under pressure from the US and the European Community, the ICC has avoided opening an investigation into alleged war crimes in Gaza. By doing so, the ICC is not living up to its mandate. Read more --> http://sabbah.in/1AULlI1

Aug 27 10:15

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge demand left Isle of Colonsay without water

AN island was left without water when too many of its residents made demands on the supply at the same time for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

Aug 27 10:14

Ferguson, MO, which has a population of 21,135, issued 32,975 arrest warrants for nonviolent offenses in 2013.

To understand some of the distrust of police that has fueled protests in Ferguson, Mo., consider this: In 2013, the municipal court in Ferguson — a city of 21,135 people — issued 32,975 arrest warrants for nonviolent offenses, mostly driving violations.

Aug 27 09:44

In Senate-CIA fight on interrogation report, another controversy

The background of a key negotiator in the battle over a Senate report on the CIA’s use of interrogation techniques widely denounced as torture has sparked concerns about the Obama administration’s objectivity in handling the study’s public release.

Robert Litt, the general counsel for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, is a former defense lawyer who represented several CIA officials in matters relating to the agency’s detention and interrogation program. Now he’s in a key position to determine what parts of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s 6,300-page report will be made public.

Litt’s involvement doesn’t appear to be an ethics issue, at least by the legal definition. But experts say that while it may be acceptable on paper, his involvement in the review should have been a red flag.

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The entire report should be released, completely unredacted, so that Americans know just precisely what was done to these prisoners of war.

Of course, that will happen when pigs fly.

Aug 27 08:55

Georgia cops fired Taser 13 times ‘as a cattle prod’ to make tired man walk before he died

A Georgia man died after police shocked him with a Taser as many as 13 times because he said he was too tired to walk due to a foot chase, his attorney said this week.

At a press conference on Tuesday, attorney Chris Stewart said that police records showed that East Point officers had discharged their Tasers 13 times to make Gregory Towns, who was handcuffed, get up and walk.

“This is a direct violation of their own rules,” Stewart explained, according to WSB-TV. “You cannot use a Taser to escort or prod a subject.”

“They used their Tasers as a cattle prod on Mr. Towns.”

Stewart said that he pieced together what led up to Towns’ April 11 death using official city records and eyewitness accounts.

“He wasn’t cursing. He wasn’t being abusive. He was saying, ‘I’m tired,’” the attorney pointed out.

Aug 27 08:35

"No police department should get federal funds unless they put cameras on officers, [Missouri] Senator Claire McCaskill says."

No police department should get federal funds unless they put cameras on officers, Sen. Claire McCaskill says.
Such a requirement would represent a "great legacy" to come from the death of Ferguson teen Michael Brown, the Democratic senator from Missouri said.

Aug 27 08:35

N Korea calls US 'human rights graveyard' over Ferguson

North Korea has joined the ranks of America's foes who have seized on riots in Missouri, saying the nation is the "graveyard of human rights" and should mind its own business rather than criticise others.

Aug 27 08:35

Study: Couples who smoke marijuana are less likely to engage in domestic violence

Marital marijuana?
A new study by researchers at the University of Buffalo finds a significantly lower incidence of domestic violence among married couples who smoke pot. "Couples in which both spouses used marijuana frequently reported the least frequent IPV [intimate partner violence] perpetration," the study concludes.

Aug 27 08:24

Lockdown in Cardiff: City turned into high security 'prison' with 10 mile 'ring of steel' ahead of Nato conference

Police have erected nine feet high security fencing around Celtic Manor resort in Newport and Cardiff city centre.

150 world leaders including Barack Obama and David Cameron will meet in South Wales on September 4 and 5.

Kim Howells, former foreign office minister, fears that home grown Islamic State terrorists could be planning to attack.

More than 9,000 officers from across the UK have been drafted in to police event and traffic disruptions are likely.

The total cost for security is not yet known and is expected to be published after the summit by the Government.

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People of Cardiff, you have my utter and complete sympathy.

I remember when President Obama was here for the APEC conference (the Asian Pacific Economic Conference) and Mike and I were headed down the hill to drop me off at church, so that I could sing with our choir, and the entire bloody cross-street was blocked off with soldiers carrying loaded rifles, and no one could get through.

Ultimately, after we turned around and got back home, I had to call our director, and explain that I was unable to get to church because of all the guys carry rifles, and he was quite understanding.

It felt rather as though the Constitution and Bill of Rights had been suspended on Oahu for that day, and I found myself very, very angry.

Aug 27 08:03

F-15 military jet crashes in Virginia

An F-15 military jet crashed in western Virginia early Wednesday, according to local media reports.

In Deerfield, Virginia, multiple news outlets have reported already that an aircraft crashed shortly after 9:00 a.m. local time in a wooded part of the region around 180 miles west of Washington, DC. By 10:30, the news site had confirmed that a spokesperson for the National Travel Safety Board identified the aircraft as a military jet.

Officials with the August County Sheriff’s Office told a local ABC News affiliate that a loud boom had been heard in the mountainous part of Deerfield at around 9:15 a.m., and that witnesses reported black smoke emerging from the scene. The News Leader also reported that Virginia State Police had been notified roughly at the same time of a plane crash, and that the debris was likely that of an F-15 jet.

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Aug 27 07:41

Muhammad – the Founder of Islam – Specifically CONDEMNED AS SINNERS Anyone Who Failed to Protect Christians or Interfered with Christians’ Ability to Practice their Own Faith

Muslims Who Persecute Christians Are Violating a DIRECT ORDER from Muhammad

ISIS and other Muslim extremists who persecute Christians are disobeying a direct order from Muhammad, the founder of Islam.

Specifically, in 626 AD, Muhammad issued The Achtiname of Muhammad, also known as the Covenant or (Holy) Testament (Testamentum) of the Prophet Muhammad.

The Achtiname – shown above – ordered Muslims to protect and defend Christians, and condemned as sinners Muslims who mistreated Christians:

Aug 27 07:17

US Congressman says 'incestuous relationship' between CDC and vaccine manufacturers needs to be scrutinized

A Florida congressman known for taking on corruption in the political establishment is calling for a full investigation of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which was recently exposed for concealing data linking the MMR vaccine with autism. Congressman Bill Posey from Florida's 8th District says the CDC simply can't be trusted to honestly investigate vaccine safety, because the agency has an "incestuous relationship" with the vaccine industry.

Aug 27 06:46

Israel lost the war in Gaza but the struggle for justice goes on

A ceasefire is not enough. Rebuilding Gaza is not enough. Even ending the siege would not be enough. It would only be the start.
We have to say never again. Never again must Israel be allowed to massacre Palestinians as it has in Gaza in 2006, 2008-2009, 2012 and 2014 – the years since it decided to turn Gaza into a giant open-air prison.

Aug 27 06:31

Video: Ask Redskins Fans What They Think of Changing the Name

MRCTV’s Dan Joseph traveled to FedEx field to ask Redskins fans what they think of the team’s name and how they would feel if the name was changed.

Aug 27 06:24

Washington Imam says attacks are coordinated by FBI, CIA

Imam of Masjid al-Islam in Washington Imam Abdul Alim Musa, an outspoken critic of US policies regarding Israel, says he continues to receive life threats.

In an exclusive interview with Press TV, he said a group of gunmen on Friday attacked him in Oakland, California and violently assaulted him and the mosque he was in.

The Imam said the attack was a coordinated attempt by the FBI and the CIA.

Suddenly “several people came, led by one person who used to be with us and they had guns. They pulled out guns and they tried to break into the Masjid and I told them of course you cannot come,” said Imam Musa about the incident.

“We were in front of our Masjid last Friday, to tell the people that we are not going to have Salat al-Jumah (Friday Prayer) because it is a source of Fitna until we clean up the activities around the Masjid,” he said.

Aug 27 06:07

Lawyer wants feds to probe BLM shooting of pedestrian near Red Rock

A Las Vegas attorney invoked events in Ferguson, Mo., in a call Tuesday for federal prosecutors in Nevada to take over the investigation of the February slaying of a 20-year-old man by Bureau of Land Management rangers in a chaotic scene on a state highway.

Jacob Hafter, representing the family of D'Andre Berghardt Jr., said Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson has the results of a Las Vegas police investigation but doesn't have jurisdiction to prosecute because federal agents were the ones who fired the fatal shots.

"The U.S. attorney should be handling this," Hafter said in an interview after sending a letter to Wolfson. "In Ferguson, you hear that the prosecutor is taking the case to a grand jury. Here, it's been more than six months, and we don't have anything."

Aug 27 05:54

Dr. Ben Carson Flip-Flopping Record on Health Insurance

Dr. Ben Carson may or may not run for the presidency, but if he does, he will instantly become a polarizing, dividing figure. Ben Carson’s history as highly skilled pediatric neurosurgeon will be a testament to his character only, not his potential competency as a politician, and certainly not as the potential President of the United States. Carson is an outspoken conservative with a few moderate view points that may appeal to both sides. However, in his recent rhetoric, it is clear Carson is seeking to speak to the party base. Upon winning the Iowa Republican straw poll, Carson has signed up from strict scrutiny of his policy and personal beliefs. One of his biggest challenges will be overcoming his lack of a firm stance on healthcare in America.

Aug 27 05:41

New Audio Reveals Pause Of Gunfire In Michael Brown Shooting

The FBI has questioned a man who says he recorded audio of gunfire at the time Brown was shot by Ferguson police on August 9, the man’s attorney told CNN.

In the recording, a quick series of shots can be heard, followed by a pause and then another quick succession of shots.

Aug 27 04:37

Hate Speech from a Christian (sic) Organization

With what absolution then do they preach death and destruction? Shouldn’t this administration find these false prophets enemies of the people? Do they not incite to riot and enlist their minions to support illegal activities that are detrimental to the peace of America? Have they not brought America more insecurity by confirming in the minds of those fearful of a clash of civilizations that indeed America is on a crusade to destroy Islam?

Aug 27 02:31

U.S. Government to Grow Over 1,400 Pounds of Cannabis in 2014

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced Tuesday that it is drastically increasing the amount of cannabis the federal government plans to grow this year for research purposes; from 46.3 pounds, to 1,433 pounds.

Yeah . . . for pure research (because they really need to do more of that).

Aug 26 22:00

Blue Blood Democratic Law Firm Advises Senate Candidate Cyrus Habib to Dodge Tough Questions*

*Of course the motivation is pure speculation. But given the lack of any substantive response, it is a logical inference.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Cyrusgate? Did Perkins Coie Advise Cyrus Habib to Ignore Four Troublesome Questions in the 48th Senate Race Against Michelle Darnell?

Remember the four (4) questions I posed to 48th District Candidates Cyrus Habib and Michelle Darnell a month ago after a completely inaccurate endorsement from the Seattle Stranger stated that Ms. Darnell was in favor of raising taxes on Joe the Plumber? Well in case you don't recall, they are linked above and replicated in the comments section below for your edification.

Aug 26 21:57

Why Isn’t The Media Outraged Over The Death Of Dillon Taylor?

Could the reason have anything to do with the fact that Dillon was a mixed race young man, and the cop was black?

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