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Jul 10 17:39

Justice declines to pursue allegations that CIA monitored Senate Intel staff

The Justice Department has decided not to pursue accusations that the CIA spied on the Senate Intelligence Committee and allegations that committee staff slipped classified documents from a secure agency facility, McClatchy has confirmed.

Jul 10 17:41

When They Say The US Federal Reserve Note Is Based On Nothing , Even That Is A Whitewashing

When They Say The US Federal Reserve Note Is Based On Nothing , Even That Is A Whitewashing .

(*It's Based On Killing People .)

Jul 10 18:15

Germany Demands Top US Intelligence Officer Be Expelled

“I can’t recall ever getting to the point where a friendly service actually ejected somebody,” said John A. Rizzo

Jul 10 18:20

Federal judge orders IRS to explain lost emails

Sullivan issued the order as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by Judicial Watch

Jul 10 18:25

Obama Speaks to Netanyahu, Offers to Mediate Ceasefire

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"We'll set up this website everyone can log onto..." -- Official White Horse Souse

(ahem)

Obama is just grandstanding. Netanyahu won't let a cease fire happen.

Jul 10 18:26

MS-13 Actively Recruiting Illegal Alien Minors at U.S. Shelters

The nation’s most violent street gangs—including Mara Salvatrucha—are actively recruiting new members at U.S. shelters housing illegal immigrant minors and they’re using Red Cross phones to communicate, a Homeland Security source tells Judicial Watch.

Jul 10 18:28

US-Backed 'Moderate' Free Syrian Army Factions Join ISIS Terror Group

Reports coming out of eastern Syria Monday revealed that several factions within the Syrian opposition force known as the Free Syrian Army (FSA) have pledged services to the Islamic State, the group formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS). Sources and eyewitnesses said that the FSA has handed over its weapons to the Islamic State in large numbers.

Jul 10 18:29

Obama Lawyers: Corporations May Be People Under Law, But Actual Humans In Gitmo Are Not

After the Supreme Court ruled last month that for-profit corporations like Hobby Lobby should be considered "persons" under a law intended to protect religious liberties, the Obama administration said this week that Guantanamo detainees should not be.

Jul 10 18:41

DEA Gets Unchecked Access To Call Records; Taught To Lie About Where They Got Them

Documents show DEA and law enforcement have unchecked access to database agents and officers are never allowed to talk about -- not even inside a courtroom

Jul 10 18:43

F-35 combat jet's UK debut at Fairford Air Tattoo cancelled

The first UK appearance of the combat jet due to be used on Britain's new aircraft carriers has been cancelled.

It was hoped the F-35B Lightning IIs would be at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Fairford, Gloucestershire which, starts on Friday.

But last week the entire fleet of F-35's was grounded in the US following an engine fire.

Jul 10 18:43

VIDEO: Police Shoot Black Lab Through Vehicle Window, Claim It Was ‘lunging’ Pit Bull

"We came outside and saw a police officer with a gun in his hand..."

Jul 10 18:46

What Were They Thinking? Microsoft Seizes, Returns Majority of No-IP.com’s Business

Last week, Microsoft completed a legal attack on two large and quite nasty botnets by obtaining a court order transferring 23 domain names to Microsoft’s control. The botnets went down and the Internet was a better place for it. But in doing so, Microsoft also took out the world’s largest dynamic DNS provider using a dangerous legal theory and without any prior notice to Vitalwerks Internet Solutions—the company that runs No-IP.com—or to the millions of innocent users who rely on No-IP.com every day.

Jul 10 18:46

Medicinal Cannabis: Suffering in the Service of Official Lies

Alexis Carey suffers from Dravet Syndrome, a form of epilepsy that has left the nine-year-old unable to speak or use the bathroom. She is subject to violent seizures that can last an hour or longer. No relief is provided by any of the FDA-approved medications available.

Jul 10 19:21

U.S. bank penalties now exceed the GDP of most countries

The combined tally for Bank of America, Citigroup, J.P. Morgan Chase (JPM) and Wells Fargo (WFC) could easily exceed $100 billion by the time all the dust has settled. Wells Fargo (arguably not a “Wall Street” bank, since it’s based in California) is the only member of the big four that hasn’t reached a deal with the FHFA involving overly risky mortgages

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