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Infowars

  1. Ohio State Rep: ‘Black Lives Matter’ Activists Should Protest Planned Parenthood 2015-07-29
  2. Obama Trip To Africa Cost $5 Million In Flights Alone 2015-07-29
  3. The Reality Of A Massive Market Crash: “I Have Lost Everything… I Don’t Know What To Do… I Trusted the Government Too Much…” 2015-07-29
  4. Report: McDonald’s Global Profits Are Continuing to Fall 2015-07-29
  5. Lawmakers Vote to Let Obama Take Your Passport Without Trial 2015-07-29
  6. U.S. State Department Upgrades Serial Human Rights Abuser Malaysia to Include it in the TPP 2015-07-29
  7. An Expert That Correctly Called The Last Two Stock Market Crashes Is Now Predicting Another One 2015-07-29
  8. Channel Tunnel migrant crisis: Man dies as 1,500 try to enter 2015-07-29
  9. Florida Man Arrested in ISIS-Inspired Backpack Nail Bomb Plot, FBI Says 2015-07-29
  10. City Leasing Clinic to Planned Parenthood for $1 Per Year 2015-07-29
  11. New DEA Leader: Pot Probably Not as Bad as Heroin 2015-07-28
  12. IRS Failed to Search Five of Six Locations for Lois Lerner Emails 2015-07-28
  13. Winter Soldiers and Killer Robots In Your Future 2015-07-28
  14. Homeownership reaches lowest level in 50 years 2015-07-28
  15. Planned Parenthood Demands Media Not Air Damning Footage 2015-07-28
  16. NASA tells lawmakers to brace for more Pluto secrets revealed by mission 2015-07-28
  17. Don’t Let Obama Make GMO Labeling Illegal 2015-07-28
  18. MS-13, Violent Street Gangs Recruiting Newly Arrived Illegal Youth 2015-07-28
  19. Planned Parenthood: Baby Murder for Money 2015-07-28
  20. Obama Draws Criticism for Saying Ethiopia Is Democratic 2015-07-28
  21. IRS Used Instant Messaging System to Hide Internal Communications 2015-07-28
  22. NSA Doesn’t Want Court That Found Phone Dragnet Illegal to Actually Do Anything About It 2015-07-28
  23. EFF asks judge to rule NSA spying on Internet backbone undermines 4th Amendment 2015-07-28
  24. Law Enforcement Agency’s Big Announcement Reveals Obama’s 2nd Amendment Attacks Have Backfired Big Time 2015-07-28
  25. Banks Tracking Physical Location of Customers 2015-07-28

911Blogger.com

  1. U.S. Officials Gave Eerily Prophetic Warnings of an Attack in the Days Before 9/11 2015-07-17
  2. Dr. Graeme MacQueen : Eyewitness Evidence of Explosions in the Twin Towers 2015-07-12
  3. U.S. Intelligence Agencies Mock America in 9/11 Trial 2015-07-12
  4. Why Did Navy Staffers at the Pentagon Fail to Respond to the Attacks on the World Trade Center on 9/11? 2015-06-14
  5. Rand Paul, Ron Wyden to Introduce 28 Pages Resolution in Senate 2015-05-29
  6. Even More Admitted False Flag Terror Incidents Come to Light 2015-05-19
  7. Stratesec’s Walker and His Top Secret Business Partners 2015-05-17
  8. Exclusive: 15 Minute Q&A with Richard Gage, AIA, on Resolution 15-6 2015-05-16
  9. National AIA Convention Will Vote On WTC7 Resolution 2015-05-11
  10. The Secret Life of Timothy McVeigh – by James Corbett 2015-05-11
  11. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 27 - Abby Martin 2015-05-04
  12. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? Part 16: Dissociation By Frances T. Shure 2015-05-01
  13. New 9/11 Timeline Entries: Crisis Action Teams, Early Accounts of the Government's Response to the 9/11 Attacks, and More 2015-04-26
  14. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 26 - Dan Christensen 2015-04-24
  15. 9/11 Exposed - Full Documentary Film (2015) 2015-04-23
  16. Everything you ever wanted to know about the OKC bombing in under 5 minutes. 2015-04-19
  17. Twenty Years Later: Facts About the OKC Bombing That Go Unreported 2015-04-17
  18. Head of the FBI's Anthrax Investigation Says the Whole Thing Was a Sham 2015-04-17
  19. FBI's AMERITHRAX Case just unravelled. Ex-FBI agent who directed investigation suing FBI, turns whistleblower. 2015-04-11
  20. The Surveillance State Repeal Act Introduced In Congress 2015-04-07
  21. PART 3: Trusses & Tanks — Popular Mechanics Helps NIST Create More Myths 2015-04-04
  22. Part 15: The Abuse Syndrome By Frances T. Shure Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? 2015-04-02
  23. Interview 1019 – Michael Springmann on Visas for Terrorists Corbett • 03/31/2015 2015-03-31
  24. Eight Great Reads at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2015-03-23
  25. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 23 - Senator Bob Graham 2015-03-22
  26. The media is 100% ignoring NSA Director Binney who just questioned 9/11 and WTC 7 on film 2015-03-20
  27. Three Judges “Astonished” At Now Seeing The Collapse of Building 7 (14 years later) March 15, 2015 2015-03-16
  28. The 9/11 Commission Didn’t Believe the Government … So Why Should We? 2015-03-12
  29. New article at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2015-03-07
  30. Why Did No One Tell Army Officials at the Pentagon That the U.S. Was Under Attack on 9/11? 2015-03-06

LewRockwell

  1. The Middle-Age Man Spread
    Female A-listers have long been the target of beach-lurking paparazzi, hoping to get a less than flattering bikini shot. So this week it made a change to see pictures of former England rugby player Ben Cohen emerging from the Miami surf this week under headlines that included,'Beefy Ben shows off his portly physique’. The 36-year-old Strictly Come Dancing star is currently on holiday in the Florida resort with fashion designers Julien Macdonald and Melissa Obadash. Before the pictures were published, Ben was boasting about his workouts with swimwear designer Melissa. Presumably upon seeing the photographs of his new portlier frame ... Continue reading
  2. Wall Street Still Didn’t Get the Memo
    Bubblevision’s Scott Wapner nearly split a neck vessel today denouncing the US stock market sell-off. It was completely unwarranted, he thundered, because China don’t have nothin’ to do with anything. Why, insisted CNBC’s best dressed pom-pom boy, China’s stock market has never been correlated with its economy, and, anyhow, its economy doesn’t matter all that much to the S&P 500 because China accounts for only 14% of global GDP. Besides that, China’s stock market is exactly like what Yogi Berra said about his favorite restaurant: It’s so crowded, nobody goes there anymore! That is, according to the talking heads Chinese household’s don’t go to the bourses, either. Few of them own stock and equities account for ... Continue reading
  3. The Ultimate Anti-Dollar Investment
    I’m what people call a “contrarian” investor. I tend to buy assets that are out of favor with the chattering classes and the talking heads on television. And I make it a point to sell when the “man in the street” starts giving me investment tips. That happened most recently in 2011, when over a glass of Malbec at a local watering hole, I overheard two other patrons talking about the “killing” they were about to make buying gold at $1,800 an ounce. I sold all but my core position the next day. Since then, gold has had a tough ... Continue reading
  4. I Own Krugerrands, Says Jim Grant
    - “I own Krugerrands” says legendary Jim Grant - He is “very bullish indeed” on gold - Gold is “investment in financial and monetary disorder” – says Grant -  It thrives in current environment – “uncertainty, turbulence and disorder” - “One of the most radical periods of monetary experimentation in the annals of money” - “Gold…is now the conjunction of price, value and sentiment” - Reminds owners of gold that the original reasons for buying gold have not gone away - Believes Fed will raise rates despite deflationary environment - Explains detrimental effect of excessive debt on an economy - ... Continue reading
  5. 10 Hotel Secrets
    Jacob has worked on the front lines of hotels for more than a decade, starting as a lowly valet in New Orleans and ultimately landing at a front desk in New York City. He’s also the author of Heads in Beds: A Reckless Memoir of Hotels, Hustles, and So-Called Hospitality and a man with some hospitality secrets to spill. 1. HOTELS ARE RAKING IT IN. The fact that a hotel could fail to be profitable astounds me. Why? The average cost to turn over a room, to keep it operational per day, is between $30 and $40. If you’re paying less ... Continue reading
  6. Abandon the State
    Revisionism, according to Harry Elmer Barnes, is bringing history into accord with the facts.  Why would history and factual evidence be at odds?  Because governments, per Orwell, falsify the past to keep the population subservient.  If people really knew what governments had done they would want less of it than they have. How much less is the question Lew Rockwell addresses in his book, Against the State: An Anarcho-Capitalist Manifesto, released in May, 2014.  As the title makes clear, Rockwell argues for the complete elimination of the State. Many people otherwise favoring unfettered freedom will qualify their position with an ... Continue reading
  7. Russia and Iran Are Deemed a Threat to the Empire
    A former White House official says the United States cannot stand independent countries, such as Russia and Iran, because they are a threat to Washington’s unilateral actions. Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, who was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal, made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Sunday. He was commenting on a statement by the head of the US Special Operations Command, General Joseph Votel, who said on Friday that Russia “could pose an existential threat" to the United States. “Let me clarify what the word ... Continue reading
  8. Police State on Wheels
    “The Fourth Amendment was designed to stand between us and arbitrary governmental authority. For all practical purposes, that shield has been shattered, leaving our liberty and personal integrity subject to the whim of every cop on the beat, trooper on the highway and jail official. The framers would be appalled.”—Herman Schwartz, The Nation Trying to predict the outcome of any encounter with the police is a bit like playing Russian roulette: most of the time you will emerge relatively unscathed, although decidedly poorer and less secure about your rights, but there’s always the chance that an encounter will turn deadly. The ... Continue reading
  9. Mutant Daisies Found in Fukushima Safe Zone
    The headline above is certainly not the one that the Fukushima troubleshooters in Tokyo wanted to read. Nevertheless, the photos of the ‘mutant daisies’ shown below, which were taken at a location 65 miles from the nuclear disaster site, do not lie. Both TEPCO and the Japanese government now have a new crisis to deal with. “‘The images, posted in May by Twitter user @san_kaido of Nasushiobara City, located about 65 miles from the disaster site, show common daisies that appear to have been affected by radiation exposure, oddly fused together like Siamese twins, reports the Weather Channel.'” [1] Still, ... Continue reading
  10. Do You Have an Emergency Fund?
    My husband and I decided that we wanted to do something special with our family for summer and started saving money right after Christmas was over. We scrimped and saved and were able to come up with the money for a small vacation, plus a little extra that we put away in our emergency fund. When our vacation day finally arrived, we packed our bags and got on the road. At the last minute, my husband ran into Wal-Mart to grab some last minute items. As I sat in the car waiting for my husband to come out, I noticed the car running erratically and ... Continue reading
  11. Why Do Libertarians Pay Taxes?
    It never fails. Every time I write anything about taxes I get long, rambling e-mails from tax trolls who scour the Internet looking for articles about taxes so they can contact the writers and impress them with their knowledge of the tax code. These tax trolls usually call themselves “non-taxpayers.” They say things like: paying taxes is voluntary, the Sixteenth Amendment was not properly ratified, most Americans aren’t required to pay income tax, many Americans have gotten refunds of all the money withheld from their paychecks, and the income tax is a classical liberal tax on federal employments, offices, and ... Continue reading
  12. The Newest Remote Car Hacking
    As readers of WhoWhatWhy know, our site has been one of the very fewcontinuing to explore the fiery death two years ago of investigative journalist Michael Hastings, whose car left a straight segment of a Los Angeles street at a high speed, jumped the meridian, hit a tree, and blew up. Our original report described anomalies of the crash and surrounding events that suggest cutting-edge foul play—that an external hacker could have taken control of Hastings’s car in order to kill him. If this sounds too futuristic, a series of recent technical revelations has proven that “car hacking” is entirely ... Continue reading

BlackListed News

  1. U.S. State Department Upgrades Serial Human Rights Abuser Malaysia to Include it in the TPP
    Two weeks ago, I flagged the fact that the U.S. State Department was preparing to upgrade Malaysia’s ranking in its annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report from Tier 3 to Tier 2 despite little to no evidence of any improvement whatsoever. This was to be done in order to include it in the secret and shady Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. Here’s an excerpt from the post, To Pass TPP, U.S. State Dept. Upgrades Malaysia’s Human Trafficking Ranking Despite Discovery of Mass Graves
  2. Drivers, Beware: The Costly, Deadly Dangers Of Traffic Stops In The American Police State
    Trying to predict the outcome of any encounter with the police is a bit like playing Russian roulette: most of the time you will emerge relatively unscathed, although decidedly poorer and less secure about your rights, but there’s always the chance that an encounter will turn deadly. The odds weren’t in Walter L. Scott’s favor. Reportedly pulled over for a broken taillight, Scott—unarmed—ran away from the police officer, who pursued and shot him from behind, first with a Taser, then with a gun. Scott was struck five times, “three times in the back, once in the upper buttocks and once in the ear — with at least one bullet entering his heart.”
  3. At least 192 labs 'accidentally' received live anthrax - Pentagon
    The Pentagon has admitted that a US Army lab accidentally shipped live anthrax to at least 192 laboratories over the past decade. The figure is more than double the number the agency reported in June. The agency said on Monday that the list now includes labs in all 50 states, as well as Guam, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands and Washington, DC. The labs received live anthrax because of ineffective sterilization methods for killing the deadly bacteria.
  4. Chinese Corporatism Turns Sour
    As even the casual observer of the effects from the corporatist model for economic commerce knows, permanence in a developing prosperity is transient at best. What becomes the rush to ratchet up industrial production ends up in a piercing disappointment for long term stability. China is the latest example of a corporatist model in serious trouble. And who will suffer the most? Those dependent on export manufacturing are clearly poised for a very bumpy ride. While the oligarchs play global chess with their foreign companies, the enterprise of creating a rise in world-wide wealth suffers.
  5. The End Draws Near For Syria's Assad As Putin's Patience "Wears Thin"
    The US-led alliance realizes very well that as long as Assad has to fight three fronts: i.e., the Nusra Front in the northwestern province of Idlib and ever closer proximity to Syria's main infrastructure hub of Latakia, ISIS in the central part of the nation where militants recently took over the historic town of Palmyra, and the official "rebel" force in close proximity to Damascus, Assad's army will either eventually be obliterated or, more likely, mutiny and overthrow the president, putting the Ukraine scenario in play.
  6. Deep Neural Nets Can Now Recognize Your Face in Thermal Images
    One problem with infrared surveillance videos or infrared CCTV images is that it is hard to recognize the people in them. Faces look different in the infrared and matching these images to their normal appearance is a significant unsolved challenge. The problem is that the link between the way people look in infrared and visible light is highly nonlinear. This is particularly tricky for footage taken in the mid- and far-infrared, which tends to use passive sensors that detect emitted light rather than the reflected variety.
  7. Western official confirms Turkey-ISIL secret oil business
    A Western official has confirmed the existence of clandestine business links between Takfiri ISIL terrorists and the Turkish government. In a report published on Sunday, The Guardian quoted an unnamed senior Western official as saying that evidence on direct dealings between Turkish officials and ranking ISIL members was “undeniable.” According to the Western official, the documents on the undeclared alliance were obtained following a US raid on the compound of the key ISIL figure, Abu Sayyaf, in Syria in May, which led to his killing.
  8. Greece's 'Plan B' Details Emerge
    Observers have taken an almost prurient fascination with some sketchy details of the contingency plans then Finance Minister Varoufakis had developed for Greece if forced to leave the monetary union. They are hardly surprising in substance. It was quite clear that gaining control of the central bank's reserves was an essential step. We had warned that replacing the central bank governor with an ally of the Syriza government was a logical step on the escalation ladder. A separate or parallel payment system would have also been necessary. The particular institutional and technological idiosyncrasies of Greece shape the precise details.
  9. NYPD Cops Beat Man in Target Store for Refusing to Identify Himself
    New York City police say they held a young man down and beat him in a Target store because he “refused to identify himself” Saturday evening in an incident caught on video. The beating could have been much worse if it was not for the growing crowd of witnesses either recording or yelling at the cops to stop beating him. In fact, more cops came out of nowhere to control the restless crowd, which appeared ready to start pulling officers off the man they were beating.
  10. No Cops Around, Man With Concealed Carry Permit STOPS Mass Shooter
    A mass shooter in Cincinnati, Ohio was just stopped in his tracks. A 62-year-old gunman took aim and fired on four people, including a 1-year-old boy. People had been looking everywhere for a cop, once the man began harassing a woman. But as the old adage says, “there was no cop around when you needed one.” Instead, a citizen who was armed with a self-defense pistol, and a concealed carry permit saw Thomas McCary arguing with the woman – his sister – around 8 p.m. Sunday night and decided to make sure everything was alright.
  11. U.S. military sees more use of laser, microwave weapons
    The U.S. military has made strides in developing lasers, microwaves and other directed energy weapons, and could soon use them more widely, top armed forces officials and U.S. lawmakers told an industry conference on Tuesday. The officials described weapons that are in various stages of development and testing by the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Army, but said more work was needed to scale up the technology for larger weapons, develop tactics for their use, and ensure sufficient funding.
  12. Turkey and Nato meet, plan IS-free zone
    Turkey is asserting its military strength against the Islamic State (IS) and the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) amid leaked plans to create a jihadist-free buffer zone in Syria. On Tuesday (28 July), Turkey and its 27 Nato allies are holding emergency talks in Brussels to discuss Ankara’s recent forays against the Islamic militants in Syria and PKK positions in northern Iraq. Senior US officials say Turkey and US forces have agreed to push out Islamic State fighters in a zone in northern Syria along the border with Turkey.
  13. The Military Will Test a New Terrifyingly Loud Noise Directed Energy Gun
    LIPE’s lasers fire extremely short bursts (around a nanosecond, or a billionth of a second) of directed high energy at a target. That target could be on a person, a windshield, or merely a single point in space. The energy, relatively harmless at the LIPE levels, separates electrons and nuclei at the target area to create a blue ball of plasma. Additional pulses of directed laser energy manipulate the ball to make a noise that seems to come from nowhere.
  14. Jon Stewart Obama Secret Meetings Ethics Debate: TV Host Was 'Useful Prod' For White House
    President Barack Obama summoned television host Jon Stewart to the White House on several occasions before he made major announcements, according to a Politico article that revealed the secret connection between "The Daily Show" host and the president. News of the private meetings surfaced Tuesday as Stewart prepares to end his tenure as host on Aug. 6.
  15. Government Sells Sacred Native Land To Foreign Mining Company
    Apparently the US Government hasn’t historically taken enough from the Native Americans. So John McCain and friends decided to step it and sell some Apache sacred ground. The way they defend the theft is priceless.