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  1. 10 Conspiracy Theories That Came True 2014-08-27
  2. Lawyer: Cops Never Told Walmart Shopper to Drop Toy Rifle Before Gunning Him Down 2014-08-27
  3. NYC Council Members Want to Treat Gun Owners Like Sex Offenders 2014-08-27
  4. 4-Year Low on Tap for Labor Day Gas Prices 2014-08-27
  5. Massive Earthquakes 150 Years Overdue 2014-08-27
  6. Congressman Paul Ryan on immigration, Obamacare and the economy 2014-08-27
  7. Poll: People are self-censoring discussion of the NSA on Facebook and Twitter 2014-08-27
  8. Cosplayers Fight for Online Anonymity and Privacy During Dragon Con 2014-08-27
  9. Homeless Woman Says Deputy Used Excessive Force 2014-08-27
  10. Merkel Urges France Reforms Suggesting Lower Deficit Will Follow 2014-08-27
  11. Steven Sotloff’s Mother in Plea to IS: Free my Son 2014-08-27
  12. America Caused the Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL or IS) 2014-08-27
  13. States with medical pot see nearly 25 percent fewer fatal prescription drug overdoses 2014-08-27
  14. Democrats Are (Slowly) Learning to Love Obamacare 2014-08-27
  15. FBI Ordered Police Department to Conceal Stingray Use 2014-08-27
  16. Mexican President Thanks California for Aiding Illegals 2014-08-27
  17. Court Finds Teen Guilty in ‘Knockout Game’ Case, Faces 16 Years 2014-08-27
  18. CFR: U.S. Need Not Recognize Syrian Sovereignty in ISIS Attacks 2014-08-27
  19. VA Training Guide Compares Veterans To Oscar The Grouch 2014-08-27
  20. Earthquake Insurance Prices Cripple Napa Business 2014-08-27
  21. Poll Reveals Alarming 16% of French Residents Support Islamic State 2014-08-27
  22. Sorry Monsanto: Major Boom in Organic Oils Amid Global Concern Over GMO Contamination 2014-08-27
  23. Shrink Diagnoses Marine ‘Dangerous’ Without Ever Seeing Him 2014-08-27
  24. Mass. police apologize for bumper sticker: ‘Racial Profiling Saves Lives’ 2014-08-27
  25. Expert: DHS Blocked Possible Ebola Cure 2014-08-27

  1. FOIA Request Reveals NIST Control of 1,000 Hours of 9/11 WTC Phone and Radio Recordings 2014-08-24
  2. #Declassify 2014-08-21
  3. Why Intelligent People Fear the Truth August 21, 2014 | By WakingTimes 2014-08-21
  4. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 1 - Jenna Orkin 2014-08-20
  5. TMR 079 : Kevin Ryan : On Why NIST's 9/11 WTC Reports are False and Unscientific 2014-08-16
  6. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse-About 9/11? Part 9: Brain Research, Part 2 – Moral Psychology 2014-08-10
  7. NSA Lied About Knowledge Of 2 9/11 Hijackers In U.S., Didn't Inform The FBI 2014-08-09
  8. C-SPAN Washington Journal: Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth 2014-08-01
  9. NYC CAN: A heartfelt thank you - We couldn't have done it without you. 2014-08-01
  10. CIA Director George Tenet Facilitated 9/11 2014-07-30
  11. Thomas Kean & Lee Hamilton Call For The Release Of The 28 Redacted Pages 2014-07-23
  12. What a Difference a Dozen Volunteers Makes! Chicago AIA Convention Activists Net Over 120 More A/E Petition Signers 2014-07-22
  13. NY1 coverage of the High-Rise Safety Initiative 2014-07-15
  14. 9/11 Commission to Release Updated Recommendations Ten Years After First Report 2014-07-14
  15. Mayor de Blasio : Ballot Initiative “insensitive and inappropriate” 2014-07-11
  16. 9/11 Conspiracy Theory May Finally Be Settled On November Ballot The Gothamist July 10 14 2014-07-10
  17. Counter-Intelligence -- The Interview 2014-07-08
  18. Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve corbettreport July 6 14 2014-07-06
  19. WE DID IT! 67,192 signatures submitted to the City of New York 2014-07-04
  20. 9/11 Truth: Good for America! Make this Independence Day a Celebration of 9/11 Truth 2014-06-29
  21. FBI Hanky-Panky On Guantanamo—Part Of Larger 9/11 Mystery? 2014-06-28
  22. A Review of Douglas Valentine's 'The Phoenix Program' 2014-06-26
  23. Media coverage of High-Rise Safety Initiative begins: Local Business Journal Crain's Covers the Campaign 2014-06-25
  24. The U.S. Supreme Court Is Marching in Lockstep with the Police State 2014-06-24
  25. U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions Has Interesting Response To 9/11 Question 2014-06-22
  26. War Crimes and 9/11: Why Dick and Don Are Suspects 2014-06-04
  27. Let’s Not Forget Duane Andrews and SAIC 2014-06-04
  28. 9/11 Consensus Panel Releases New Evidence from Witness Testimonies and Architectural Drawings 2014-06-02
  29. Luke Rudkowski interviews Rudy Dent 2014-05-29
  30. Donald Rumsfeld and the Demolition of WTC 7 2014-05-22


  1. The Autism-MMR Vaccine Coverup
    For 13 years, the U.S. government’s Centers for Disease Control covered up the fact of the increased risk for boys receiving the MMR vaccination on schedule. It turns out that the risk is far worse for blacks. One man inside the CDC blew the whistle. He is ashamed that he covered up. I wonder if this will lead to Congressional hearings. I wonder if any heads will roll for the sake of appearances. I do not wonder if the CDC’s budget will be cut. Not a chance. This video is very good. It is well produced. It is horrifying.
  2. The Staged Beheading
    Originally published at James Foley’s beheading made him into something no journalist wants to be: a part of the story. Not only has his murder by ISIS terrorists made him part of the story, it has made the freelancer for GlobalPost a central figure in the story about America going back to war in Iraq. In what has become a grim kabuki theater since the beheading of Daniel Pearl by al-Qaeda, Foley’s death was apparently recorded in high definition and broadcast globally on social media. Now the question of whether Foley’s killing was staged for the cameras has arisen, the suggestion being that his murder took place off-camera. The ... Continue reading
  3. Imperial Fun
    It was not even a year ago when we were bombarded with messaging that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is a Supreme Evil and Grave Threat, and that military action against his regime was both a moral and strategic imperative. The standard cast of “liberal interventionists” –  Tony Blair, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Nicholas Kristof and Samantha Power - issued stirring sermons on the duties of war against Assad. Secretary of State John Kerry actually compared Assad to (guess who?) Hitler, instructing the nation that “this is our Munich moment.” Striking Assad, he argued, “is a matter of national security. It’s a matter of the credibility of the United States of America. It’s a matter of upholding the interests ... Continue reading
  4. Eat Manfood and Lose Weight

    When you hear the word “diet” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? If you’re like most men, you probably think about tiny portions of bland, boring diet foods. A small chicken breast with some steamed broccoli. Plain oatmeal. Cottage cheese. And, of course, salad. Lots and lots of salad. Or perhaps you thought about one of the many trendy diets that have succeeded in grabbing the public’s attention over the years: Atkins, The Zone, South Beach, or Paleo. It’s likely that you’ve even tried one of these diets in the past. “Don’t eat carbs, they make you fat!” ... Continue reading
  5. Corrupt From Top to Bottom
    Every public institution in the United States and most private ones are corrupt. To tell this story would be a multi-book task. Lawrence Stratton and I have written one small volume of the story. Our book, The Tyranny of Good Intentions, now with two editions and multiple printings, documents the corruption of law in the United States and has been cited in rulings by Federal District and Appeal Court judges. Law is just one public institution, but it is a corner stone of society. When law goes, everything goes. Only about 4 percent of federal felony cases go to trial. Almost ... Continue reading
  6. What’s in Your Toothpaste?

    By Dr. Mercola Some of the most obvious ones include soaps and antibacterial wipes, but you can also find it in cutting boards, toys, clothing, household furnishings, pet food dispensers, and much more. Despite the pervasive use of this chemical, troubling questions linger about its potentially harmful effects, especially for children. Research has shown that triclosan can alter hormone regulation and may interfere with fetal development. Animal studies have also raised concerns about its ability to affect fertility, and bacteria exposed to triclosan may also become resistant to antibiotics. Even an increased cancer risk has been suggested. In short, while you're ... Continue reading
  7. How Nixon Won the ’68 Election
    Excerpted from Nixon’s Secrets: The Rise, Fall, and Unknown Truth About the President, Watergate, and the Pardon. No American President had a more tortured relationship with television than Richard Nixon. As a Vice Presidential candidate Nixon salvaged his career with the televised “Checkers” speech to defend himself from charges of corruption. His poor appearance in the first 1960 debate with John Kennedy is credited with losing him that close election. Key to his political comeback in 1968, Nixon found more innovative ways to utilize the medium of television and soften his image. It was twenty-eight-year-old Roger Ailes who transformed this image ... Continue reading
  8. The Golden Rule Works
    Americans today are being flooded with the same old demagogic screams of terror about tiny Muslim guerrilla groups destroying the U.S., eradicating our freedoms, and ruling the world-"The Terrorists are coming to kill  you and  your family! Give me totalitarian powers to rule the world and I will save you!" We've heard endless variants on this absurd screaming propaganda over and over again, ad nauseum. It is utterly stupid on the face of it to think that a small guerrilla force fighting for its own life on the other side of the world without a single aircraft can do any ... Continue reading
  9. Outrageous Beauty
    You may read something here and say to yourself, “That’s not correct!”.  Just keep two things in mind. First, as often is the case, much of what folks know about castles will come from television and movies …. and those TV castles will always show the late-period castles, even anachronistically, if necessary. (TV/movies are a terrible source of accurate information.) Secondly,  you must keep in mind that very many changes were made to castles during the roughly 500 year Middle Ages period. Let’s take a quick look: 10th Century: —– The earliest castle construction is known as “motte and bailey”; an earthen mound (motte) ... Continue reading
  10. A Modest First Step
    I have long held the view that Congress should enact a  law that states the President of the United States should be the last man allowed into a bunker that protects against nuclear attack. Until all other citizens are protected, he should stand naked against the wrath of an enemy that launches a nuclear attack against the U.S.. Quite simply, I view an attack on the United States by nuclear means as the ultimate failure of government and that the head of such a failure should be the last man protected. Taking this down a few notches to the local ... Continue reading
  11. The ‘Religious’ Enemies of Liberty
    Tyrants have always known that they must either infiltrate and control the clergy, or destroy it.  For in the tyrant’s mind there can never be two sovereigns.  If God is your sovereign, then those who run the state are not, period.  The word of God cannot be used to challenge the word of kings, princes, and potentates.  It is potentially a lethal challenge to their supposed “authority” over anyone and everyone. Ancient monarchs claimed a “divine right of kings,” implying that anything the king said or did was, by definition, divine.  Disobey the king, and you were disobeying God himself.  ... Continue reading
  12. Comfortable Silence
    Silence. It is something Americans hate. In your typical American conversation you’ll rarely find such a thing as a comfortable silence, a reflective silence, or a natural silence.  For the average American in a normal conversation there’s really only one type of silence and that is awkward silence. A type of silence that we’re taught from childhood to avoid at all costs. This stems in large part from the American conversational approach which I think can best be described as conversational layering with each person quickly layering on new overlapping information in rapid succession. Add in the fast-paced rapid-fire approach to ... Continue reading

  1. IMF boss Christine Lagarde under investigation in corruption case
    IMF chief Christine Lagarde has confirmed that she is being investigated for alleged “negligence” in a corruption probe when she was French Finance Minister in 2008, she told AFP.
  2. Chris Hedges: "Our Liberty Has Been Sacrificed On The Altar Of National Security"
    The relationship between those who are constantly watched and tracked, and those who watch and track them, is the relationship between masters and slaves.
  3. Another Bombing in Baghdad; 80 Killed in Iraq
    Baghdad was hit by another car bomb today, but the number of casualties in the city was low compared to yesterday. Across Iraq, though, at least 80 people were killed
  4. 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.
  5. Authorities claim handcuffed man shot himself in the chest, ruled ‘suicide’
    Authorities claim that a man committed suicide via gunshot while handcuffed and unattended in the back of a police cruiser. However, an autopsy report states that the man — who had his handcuffed behind his back, and was already searched for weapons — was shot in the chest
  6. DARPA Is Developing Implants To Heal Soldiers’ Bodies and Minds
    Although treating physical ailments is first on the agenda for ElectRX, DARPA is looking to eventually expand the treatment possibilities of the chips to mental illnesses like PTSD.
  7. Inside SS7, the Insecure Global Cell Network That's Used to Track Phones
    Location data—knowing where you are, and where you’re from—is baked into the very nature of how the system works. Any time you send or receive a message, make a call, switch cell towers, or access the internet, your device announces where you are, and the network takes note. This isn’t something you can disable or turn off in your phone’s settings, for example. It’s all happening on a network level behind the scenes.
  8. Discussions of Michael Brown’s Death Banned in Illinois School District
    What do we tell the children? For educators, that question weighs heavily, and in the Brown case all the more so because Brown’s death occurred just as the new academic year begins. But in Edwardsville, Illinois, the answer is chilling: What do we tell the children? We tell them nothing.
  9. It Begins: Council On Foreign Relations Proposes That “Central Banks Should Hand Consumers Cash Directly”
    A year ago, when it became abundantly clear that all of the Fed’s attempts to boost the economy have failed, leading instead to a record divergence between the “1%” who were benefiting from the Fed’s aritficial inflation of financial assets, and everyone else (a topic that would become one of the most discussed issues of 2014) and with no help coming from a hopelessly broken Congress (who can forget the infamous plea by a desperate Wall Street lobby-funding recipient “Get to work Mr. Chariman”), we wrote that “Bernanke’s Helicopter Is Warming Up.”
  10. California: Davis City Council Just Ordered Police to Get Rid Of MRAP
  11. White House considers proposals by corporate lobbyists to sharply increase legal immigration, provide hundreds of thousands of new green cards for high-tech workers
    The White House is considering proposals from business and immigrant rights groups that are pressing President Obama to provide hundreds of thousands of new green cards for high-tech workers and the relatives of U.S. citizens and permanent residents
  12. 'Cops' TV Crew Member Killed by Cops
    A crew member for the TV show "Cops" died after he was shot by friendly fire while filming Omaha police responding to an armed robbery Tuesday night, reports LaTi. Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said 38-year-old Bryce Dion was shot once during a shootout between three officers and one suspect in a Wendy's restaurant.
  13. Federal Cybersecurity Director Found Guilty on Child Porn Charges
    As the acting cybersecurity chief of a federal agency, Timothy DeFoggi should have been well versed in the digital footprints users leave behind online when they visit web sites and download images.
  14. The Unprecedented Failure to Regulate Citigroup Continues
    Sanford (Sandy) Weill, the Man Who Put the Sprawling Citigroup Behemoth Together and Sat At Its Helm Until 2006
  15. Lockdown in Cardiff: City turned into high security ‘prison’ with 10 mile ‘ring of steel’ ahead of Nato conference
    Cardiff city centre has been turned into a high security ‘prison’ with 10 miles of fencing – which is being dubbed the ‘ring of steel’ – ahead of the Nato conference next week.