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Jul 20 18:21

Kentucky State Sen. Brandon Smith (R-Hazard): "In academia we all agree that the temperature on Mars is exactly as it is here. Nobody will dispute that. Yet there are no coal mines on Mars. There are no factories on Mars that I’m aware of"

Kentucky’s Interim Joint Committee on Natural Resources and Environment met today to discuss the new EPA rules to fight climate change by limiting greenhouse gases from power plants. The committee is chaired by Rep. Jim Gooch, D-Providence, a proud climate change denier who has suggested in the past that Kentucky secede from the union in order to avoid federal environmental regulations. Yes, he chairs the committee, because Kentucky.

Jul 20 18:18

The FCC wants to let cities build their own broadband. House Republicans disagree.

This week, the House of Representatives approved legislation from Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) that would make it harder for cities to build publicly-owned broadband networks.

Jul 20 17:55

Threatening whales and planet, U.S. opens up offshore oil exploration

ENVIRONMENTALISTS SLAM DECISION AS ‘FIRST STEP TO EXPANDING DIRTY AND DANGEROUS OFFSHORE DRILLING’

Jul 20 17:49

BBC Sherlock: Malaysian Airlines false flag scripting

LIKE MANY 9/11 EXAMPLES, THE SCRIPTING OF THE MALAYSIAN PLANE FIASCO MATCHES THE PLOT OF BBC’S SHERLOCK

Our latest media theatrical blitz is the Hollywood-esque sequel to last month’s suspicious and likely scripted airplane disaster, the mystical Malaysian Plane fiasco.

Jul 20 17:41

Anonymous Leaks Most Comprehensive List of Gazan Civilian Deaths

After the takedown of hundreds of Israeli websites, the Anonymous hackers now have leaked the most comprehensive list of Gazan civilian deaths together with a short explanation of the circumstances in which they were killed:

Jul 20 17:30

MEXICO & GUATEMALA ANNOUNCE AGREEMENT TO MAKE ILLEGAL PASSAGE TO U.S. EASIER

Earlier this week, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Guatemalan president Otto Perez Molina held a joint press conference to formally announce a new program that will allow Guatemalan citizens to legally travel through Mexico in their effort to enter the United States illegally.

Jul 20 17:12

Teacher disciplined because her students’ scores are too high

An East Rockaway teacher has accused the school district of ousting her from the classroom because her students’ strong performance on standardized tests has backfired. Voula Coyle, a veteran fourth grade teacher at Rhame Avenue School, said her strong teaching skills have dragged down her school’s state rating.

Jul 20 17:06

Jon Snow grills Israeli propagandist Mark Regev

Israeli Government spokesperson defends Israel's murderous campaign in Gaza

Jul 20 16:57

Document released by Wikileaks proves Israeli Government lied to justify Operation Cast Lead against Gaza in 2008

Back at the end of 2008 when the Israeli government launched its war against Hamas-controlled Gaza, it insisted that it had no choice: Hamas had not maintained the cease-fire with Israel and the IDF had no choice but to respond. But a WikiLeak cable released indicates the cease-fire was working well, perhaps too well from the point of view of Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak.

Jul 20 16:19

What's the smart money trying to tell us?

Jul 20 16:03

Market Basket shelves look bare during corporate strike

CONCORD, N.H. —Deliveries to Market Basket stores across the region stopped Friday as employees fight to have their former CEO reinstated.

Arthur T. Demoulas was fired in June, spurring warehouse workers to walk off the job in protest.

Business was steady at the Market Basket Saturday because customers haven’t noticed the effect from halted deliveries. A Market Basket store manager said the produce has been the first area to be effected.

Store staff members have spread out certain fruits and vegetables to make it look like the section is fully stocked; however, photos of Demoulas were posted throughout the store.

Employees said they want Demoulas reinstated because he is deeply committed to his workers and his customers, keeping prices low.

(*I'm fresh back from Market Basket , and today is SUNDAY .
The effect is much more noticeable .
Eerie , to say the least )

Jul 20 15:45

1 in 5 of Gaza dead are children

Many of the children were killed in their own homes.

Jul 20 15:41

Another Bloody Weekend In Dis-Armed Chicago

Chicago shootings: 40 shot, four dead

Jul 20 15:38

Israeli soldier captured in Gaza: Hamas

Jul 20 15:21

The Insiders' Case for a Stock Market Mini-Crash

The trade only works if everyone is lulled into staying on the long side until it's too late.

Jul 20 15:17

Splitting up Iraq - It’s All for Israel

Barack Obama is blackmailing Nouri al-Maliki by withholding military support until the Iraqi Prime Minister agrees to step down. In other words, we are mid-stream in another regime change operation authored by Washington. What’s different about this operation, is the fact that Obama is using a small army of jihadi terrorists –who have swept to within 50 miles of Baghdad–to hold the gun to Mr. al Maliki’s head. Not surprisingly, al Maliki has refused to cooperate which means the increasingly-tense situation could explode into a civil war. Here’s the scoop from the Guardian in an article aptly titled “Iraq’s Maliki: I won’t quit as condition of US strikes against Isis militants”.

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