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Infowars

  1. Students to Walk Out Across the US In Calls For Gun Control 2018-04-20
  2. Assange has ‘physical proof’ Russia didn’t hack DNC – Congressman 2018-04-20
  3. Bill Gates backs a $1 billion plan to cover Earth in ‘Big Brother’ satellites capable of streaming ‘live and unfiltered’ HD footage of the planet 2018-04-20
  4. Migrants bully and beat up German boy for eating pork – an ambulance was needed 2018-04-20
  5. Comey’s memos on Trump meetings leaked online (FULL TEXT) 2018-04-20
  6. Google Lawsuit: Senior Engineer Sought to ‘Blacklist Alt-Right Websites’ Like ‘Breitbart,’ Purge YouTube 2018-04-20
  7. UK: Woman posts rap lyrics, is charged with hate crime 2018-04-20
  8. What Do College Students Think About The Syria Strikes? 2018-04-20
  9. Meet The Man Who Called Starbucks Racist and Got Free Coffee 2018-04-19
  10. MS-13 Directs Members to ‘take out a cop’ 2018-04-19
  11. Smartphone Addiction Increases Loneliness, Isolation 2018-04-19
  12. Bill Gates Backs a $1 Billion Plan to Cover Earth in ‘Big Brother’ Satellites 2018-04-19
  13. The Entire Clinton Crime Syndicate Has Been Activated Against Trump 2018-04-19
  14. Majority of France Unhappy With Macron 2018-04-19
  15. Finland is Killing its Experiment with Basic Income 2018-04-19
  16. WACO: 25 Yrs Ago, US Used Chemical Weapons Against Its Children 2018-04-19
  17. Immigration Now Sweden’s Number One Issue 2018-04-19
  18. Migrants Beat Up German Boy For Eating Pork – Ambulance Needed 2018-04-19
  19. Genetic Adaptations From Diving Discovered in Humans 2018-04-19
  20. Debris-Dodging Spacecraft Could Use Bitcoin-Like Technology 2018-04-19
  21. Erdogan Threatens France With Terrorists Via Immigration 2018-04-19
  22. Genius of 19th Century Farmers 2018-04-19
  23. DOJ to Review $50 Billion Cigna-Express Scripts Merger 2018-04-19
  24. Facebook Will Force Users To Accept Being Tracked Around Internet 2018-04-19
  25. Latest CDC Monitor to Downplay Autism Epidemic 2018-04-19

911Blogger.com

  1. Mueller’s History of Cover-Ups 2018-04-08
  2. Lawsuit against Saudi Arabia can go forward 2018-03-29
  3. Graeme MacQueen on 9/11: The Pentagon's B-Movie 2018-03-21
  4. A Preview Chapter For The Upcoming Book "We Were Lied To About 9/11: The Interviews" 2018-03-05
  5. New 9/11 Timeline Entries: White House on September 11, Actions of Pentagon Officials, Flight 93 Passengers' Revolt, and More 2018-02-17
  6. The Indifference and Inaction of Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz During the 9/11 Attacks 2018-02-04
  7. Why Did the Top Army Officer in the U.S. Do So Little in Response to the 9/11 Attacks? 2017-12-03
  8. Accused Vegas Shooter's Doctor A DHS Employee; Is Division Leader of NV Emergency Response Agency 2017-11-13
  9. DoD Inspector General Reports For 9/11 Can't Be Trusted 2017-09-28
  10. Calling Out BRAVO 7 2017-09-24
  11. Dr Hulsey's WTC7 update presentation 2017-09-13
  12. 9/11 Unmasked - Who is Qualid Benomrane 2017-09-09
  13. 9/11: The Pentagon’s B-Movie 2017-09-02
  14. Theresa May Rejects Appeal From 9/11 Families To Release Saudi Report 2017-09-01
  15. 28 Peer-Reviewed Journal Papers that Critically Analyze 9/11 2017-08-23
  16. HIgh Rise Fires: Structurally safe?..or sudden death! 2017-08-15
  17. New 9/11 Timeline Entries: President Bush's Actions on September 11 and More 2017-07-29
  18. FL judge rules out FOIA trial on 9/11 funding 2017-07-17
  19. Sixteen Years After 9/11, The American Public Deserves Answers, Not Secrecy 2017-07-10
  20. Peer Review in Controversial Topics – A Case Study of 9/11 2017-06-12
  21. 9/11 Free Fall 6/8/17: James Corbett and Richard Gage, AIA 2017-06-10
  22. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld 'Deserted His Post' While America Was Under Attack on 9/11 2017-05-25
  23. Implications of September 11 Flight Transponder Activity - Aidan Managhan 2017-05-14
  24. Stand for the Truth: A Government Researcher Speaks Out 2017-04-09
  25. Moussaoui : “I am willing to fully testify on the 9/11 case ” 2017-03-26
  26. Why Did the Secret Service Leave the President and a School Full of Children in Danger in the Middle of the 9/11 Attacks? 2017-03-04
  27. Donald Trump and the Next Wave of 9/11 Truth Telling 2017-02-25
  28. Sibel Edmonds tells her full story - Uncovers "The Untouchables" 2017-02-19
  29. With Regards To Philip Zelikow, What Qualifies As Suspicious Behavior? 2017-01-24
  30. Terrorism and Terror Propaganda in 2016 2016-12-29

LewRockwell

  1. False Flags Are Real

    Use of the term ‘false flag’ is often met with raised eyebrows and accusations of conspiracism. But false flags are a very real and very present feature of geopolitics — and denying that is simply denying reality. Last week, the United States, along with the United Kingdom and France, bombed Syrian government targets, ostensibly in retaliation for an alleged chemical attack which was carried out one week before in the city of Douma. The story we’re told is simple: Syrian President Bashar Assad is an evil maniac who uses poison gas on his citizens for the sheer entertainment value. As ... Continue reading

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  2. Are You Ready To Work Until You Die?

    In the last 150 years, a previously unknown social concept has taken hold in the US and other wealthy countries: retirement. And just as we’re getting used to it, it’s being wrenched away from us. A century and a half ago, only those who had accumulated great wealth could stop working in their fifties or sixties to enjoy a leisurely retirement. People worked as long as they were physically able to. Once they became too feeble to work, family members cared for them. Those with no family were generally sent to the poorhouse, a residence where disabled and elderly people ... Continue reading

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  3. We Suffer Under Dual Tyrannies

    The term "tyranny of the majority" was coined by Alexis DeTocqueville.  The concept had previously been explored by John Locke and John Stuart Mill and also greatly influenced the founders of the United States, who preferred a decentralized, federal republican form of government as opposed to a pure democracy.  The concept is simple: without a rule of law that stands over and against the majority, 51% of the population could democratically kill or enslave the other 49%. Obviously, the greater the majority, the greater the risk. But if this tendency to harm the minority is the centrifugal force of democracy, there ... Continue reading

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  4. Don’t Be Fooled

    In his latest podcast, Peter Schiff said we are basically enjoying the calm before the storm right now. With the US missile strike in Syria, rumblings of a trade war and a generally weak dollar, gold briefly flirted with $1,365 last week. But the anticipation of Federal Reserve rate hikes continues to create strong headwinds against the yellow metal. Last week, the Fed released its March FOMC minutes and most analysts interpreted them as “hawkish.” In fact, many people now think the Fed will nudge rates up again in June, leaving six months to get in the much-anticipated third hike of the ... Continue reading

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  5. Alternative Media’s Free Speech Rights

    The National Press Club hosted a press conference in Washington, D.C. on April 10, 2018 that revealed important news about the strategic attack on free speech and First Amendment rights directed at alternative media. It’s unlikely many are aware of this important information since the corporate media didn’t show up. Infowars founder and broadcaster Alex Jones focused on what he said were hundreds of frivolous defamation lawsuits intended to drive him and others in the independent press out of business and current censorship tactics being used against the alternative media on social media platforms. Other speakers were Contributing Editor Roger ... Continue reading

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  6. Your Facebook Friends Are Wrong About Guns

    It’s another school walkout today, so you know what that means: Facebook is full of rational discussion about guns. All right, probably not. Ever since the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, 2018, the debate over gun ownership – social media has been even more toxic than usual. The gun-control side has in general been content to attribute vile motives to their opponents, and to contend that people arguing for gun rights prefer guns over their own children. Their reaction has made the debate over the 73 genders seem downright civil. I wouldn't say they're being dishonest. It's ... Continue reading

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  7. The Neocons Are Selling Koolaid Again

    In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction of the apparatus of the Iraqi state. They did this through manipulation of the collective mental image Americans had of Iraq and the supposed menace posed by Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. Not all the people who participated in this process were neocon in their allegiance but ... Continue reading

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  8. Armed Home Invaders

    Raleigh policy say a weekend shooting that killed one and injured two was self-defense, according to reports. The unidentified homeowner fired at two intruders trying to enter his home during the early morning incident. A neighbor calling 911 told dispatchers that someone rang her doorbell and then ran off. Moments later, she heard six gunshots and someone yelling for help. When police arrived, they found the homeowner’s 11-year-old son with serious injuries. Police say 19-year-old Deandre Carney died from his injuries and 22-year-old Willie Richardson was injured in the shooting. Read the Whole Article

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  9. History’s Howling Storms

    “The very survival of the nation will feel at stake. Sometime before the year 2025, America will pass through a great gate in history, commensurate with the American Revolution, Civil War, and twin emergencies of the Great Depression and World War II.” – Strauss & Howe – The Fourth Turning In Part One of this article I laid out the reasons for Gray Champions arising to meet challenges during crisis periods in history. In Part Two of this article I assessed the configuration of Gray Champions throughout the world and the potential impact on the course of this Fourth Turning. The swirling fog of confusion enveloping the ... Continue reading

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  10. Taki and the Titanic

    April, according to the poet, is the cruelest month, and it got crueler 106 years ago when the Titanic hit the iceberg—and Hollywood the jackpot, after the sinking. Being a shipowner’s son—tankers and dry cargoes, not passenger ships—I sympathized with the owners, White Star Line, pushing the envelope to set a record, but still. Going full out in a minefield of icebergs known to lurk nine-tenths beneath the water’s surface is like defending Harvey Weinstein nowadays—one’s bound to end up in the you-know-what. The great ship went down on April 15, 1912, with the loss of 1,517 lives, and a new exhibition ... Continue reading

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  11. This Crisis

    Many, including Russia’s President Putin, have asked why the US launched an illegal attack on Syria prior to the chemical weapons inspectors examining the site of the alleged chemical attack. This popular question completely misses the point. The US attack on Syria is a clear and indisputable war crime against a sovereign country regardless of whether Syria used a chemical weapon in driving Washington supported terrorists from Douma. No one acted to stop Washington’s war crime. Some of Washington’s vassals, such as Germany and Italy, refused to participate in Washington’s war crime, but no one attempted to block it. The ... Continue reading

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  12. Volcano Eruption Warning

    In Hawaii a total of 18 earthquakes have been measured under Kilauea volcano during the last 18 hours. The largest earthquakes measured on the Big Island was a magnitude 2.2 earthquake measured on Wednesday, 6km southwest of the volcano. Kilauea is showing increased signs of activity, as the summit lava lake remains at a high level and continues to rise. Hawaiian Volcano Observatory spokeswoman Janet Babb said: “Overall, it’s been on the high side. With this latest inflation, it’s just pushing up even higher.” According to the HVO, the lava level is continuing to rise and there has been a ... Continue reading

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BlackListed News

  1. Lois Riess: Woman who 'murdered victim and stole her identity' arrested

    US police have arrested a woman suspected of killing first her husband and then a woman who looked like her in order to steal her identity. Lois Riess, 56, was captured at a southern Texas resort after a nationwide manhunt.

  2. Mexico's lower house of Congress votes to strip politicians of immunity

    Mexico’s lower house of Congress on Thursday approved changes to the constitution to eliminate immunity from prosecution for all public servants, including lawmakers and the president, a move meant to tackle deeply entrenched corruption.

  3. How Shoddy Reporting and Anti-Russian Propaganda Coerced Ecuador to Silence Julian Assange
  4. Suspect in Las Vegas shooting of Venetian execs arrested in Texas

    The man suspected of killing one Strip casino executive and injuring another was arrested early Thursday in north Texas, Las Vegas police said.

  5. Eric Holder, the Man Who Pardoned Wall Street, May Run for President

    Make no mistake about it, the Big Law firms that played a major role in the Wall Street corruption that led to the financial crash of 2008 and have been burying corporate crimes through their crony ties to Washington for decades, are desperate to put their own man in the White House in 2020.

  6. Login With Facebook data hijacked by JavaScript trackers

    Facebook confirms to TechCrunch that it’s investigating a security research report that shows Facebook user data can be grabbed by third-party JavaScript trackers embedded on websites using Login With Facebook. The exploit lets these trackers gather a user’s data including name, email address, age range, gender, locale, and profile photo depending on what users originally provided to the website. It’s unclear what these trackers do with the data, but many of their parent companies including Lytics and ProPS sell publisher monetization services based on collected user data.

  7. Democratic Party Sues Russia, Trump, Wikileaks For Conspiring To Hurt Hillary In 2016 Election

    Did The Democrats' "The Russians did it" narrative just jump the shark? The Washingtoin Post reports that The Democratic National Committee filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit Friday against the Russian government, the Trump campaign and the WikiLeaks organization alleging a far-reaching conspiracy to disrupt the 2016 campaign and tilt the election to Donald Trump.

  8. Kushner Cos. subpoenaed by feds after AP report

    The Kushner Cos. has been subpoenaed by federal prosecutors for information related to an Associated Press report that the company filed dozens of false documents about its buildings in New York City.

  9. Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say

    A student was wounded after a shooting Friday morning at a high school in Ocala, Florida, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said, shortly before students were to walk out as part of a national protest against gun violence.

  10. ‘Smallville’ actress Allison Mack arrested for role in alleged sex cult

    “Smallville” actress Allison Mack has been arrested for her alleged role in the notorious upstate sex slave cult Nxivm, federal prosecutors announced Friday.

  11. Brooklyn postal worker arrested after 17,000 pieces of undelivered mail found

    A Brooklyn postal worker was arrested after 17,000 pieces of undelivered mail were found in his car, apartment and home, authorities said. Aleksey Germash, a letter carrier who's worked for the United States Postal Service for more than 16 years, had undelivered mail from as far back as 2005 in his possession. He told investigators he kept the mail because he was overwhelmed by the amount that he had to deliver each day. Germash said he made sure to deliver "the important mail."

  12. Instagram rap tribute to dead 13yo boy lands UK teen in court for ‘hate crime’

    A photo posted to social media to remember a boy killed in a tragic car crash has seen a UK teen charged with a hate crime, because the caption quoted lyrics from rapper Snap Dogg. Russell argued that the use of the lyrics was not offensive, but was handed a community order. Prosecutors told the court that her sentence was increased from a fine to a community order because “it was a hate crime.”

  13. ATF urgently searching for 700 lbs. of dynamite stolen 75 miles from N.J. border

    Federal authorities have doubled a reward to $20,000 for information about the theft of 704 pounds of dynamate stolen from a construction site in Pennsylvania last weekend. The dynamite and 400 blasting caps were reported missing Monday from a gas pipeline worksite in Marietta, Pennsylvania, according to officials with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

  14. Israel military drops leaflets telling Gaza residents to shun border protest

    Israeli military aircraft Friday dropped leaflets urging Palestinians to stay away from the Gaza-Israel border fence. They also warned that people endanger their lives if they follow the directives of Hamas organizers of the weekly protests there, AP reported.

  15. Turkey repatriates gold from US in bid to ditch dollar

    Ankara has decided to bring back all its gold stored in the US Federal Reserve, according to Turkish media. In recent years, Turkey repatriated 220 tons of gold from abroad, and 28.7 tons was brought back from the US last year. Turkey’s gold reserves are estimated at 564 tons and are worth about $20 billion, Turkish newspaper Yeni Safak reported. This makes Ankara the 11th largest gold holder, behind the Netherlands and ahead of India. The reports come at a time when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has taken a tough stance against the US currency.