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- Rift Widens Between Obama, U.S. Military Over Strategy to Fight Islamic State 2014-09-19
- Inmates Jailed on Minor Offenses to Vote in Ohio 2014-09-19
- Pharmaceutical Giant Dumps Live Polio Virus into Belgian Water 2014-09-19
- Sweden: Russian Military Jets Violate Air Space 2014-09-19
- Illinois judge rules police entitled to Swat raid over parody Twitter account 2014-09-19
- The Sheep Have Bleated 2014-09-19
- Admitting That Gun Control Doesn’t Work, D.C. Mayor Calls For More Gun Control 2014-09-19
- Faber: Economic Bubbles Are Everywhere 2014-09-19
- Alibaba Overtakes Amazon, Facebook 2014-09-19
- Iranian Foreign Minister Says ‘America Helped Create ISIS’ 2014-09-19
- Black man shot six times from behind by Utah police: Autopsy 2014-09-19
- Alex Salmond resigns as first minister after Scotland rejects independence 2014-09-19
- Apple Collaboration With Chinese Government Calls Into Question It’s Privacy Assurances 2014-09-19
- Border Patrol to Test Wearing Cameras 2014-09-19
- Hillary Clinton is a Neocon 2014-09-19
- Russian Election Observers: Westminster Rigged Scottish Independence Vote 2014-09-19
- Survey Shows Only A Third Of Americans Can Name All Three Branches Of Government 2014-09-19
- Warner Bros. Expected to Cut as Many as 1,000 Jobs 2014-09-19
- Link Found Between Food Allergies and Farm Antibiotics 2014-09-19
- Huge Navy drone that is bigger than a 737 takes to the skies for flight across America 2014-09-19
- Even ‘Natural’ Sodas with ‘Real Sugar’ Being Sold with GMO Sugar 2014-09-19
- Where’s the media? Left-wing anarchist charged with bombing congressman’s office on 9/11 2014-09-19
- Scotland Is Offered The Red Pill 2014-09-19
- Obama Invades Africa Under Ebola Smoke Screen 2014-09-19
- 9/11 Commission Report Burned at US Embassy by Victim’s Brother 2014-09-19
- Lee Hamilton - the debate about WTC 7 continues 2014-09-17
- David Hooper 2014 "The Anatomy of a Great Deception" 2014-09-16
- “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” 2014 September Truth Actions 2014-09-16
- We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 5 - Coleen Rowley 2014-09-16
- The Smoking Guns of the 2001 Anthrax Attacks 2014-09-15
- New 9/11 Timeline Entries: White House Staffers' Actions on 9/11, President Apparently in Danger, and More 2014-09-15
- Why are the ASCE Journals being dishonest and misleading concerning how the WTC Towers collapsed? 2014-09-13
- New Letter at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2014-09-13
- Never Forget … Countries from Around the World Admit They Use False Flag Terror 2014-09-10
- Dan Rather's Most Interesting and Controversial 9/11 Reports 2014-09-10
- The Day Before 9/11: Suspicious Events of Sept. 10, 2001 2014-09-10
- NSA Whistleblower Joins AE911Truth in Calling for Real 9/11 Investigation - GRTV Feature Interview 2014-09-09
- Why Hasn't Obama Kept Promise To Declassify 28 Pages Of A Report About 9/11? 2014-09-08
- Huge 45 foot digital billboard near Times Square will show video of the collapse of WTC7, millions will see it 2014-09-04
- Letter to the Editor - Daily Reflector - Greenville NC 2014-09-03
- We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 3 - Erik Larson 2014-09-02
- The 2001 Anthrax Deception: A New Book from Graeme MacQueen 2014-08-31
- William Binney– former NSA Technical Director-- signs AE911Truth petition 2014-08-30
- #Declassify 2014-08-21
- Why Intelligent People Fear the Truth August 21, 2014 | By WakingTimes 2014-08-21
- We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 1 - Jenna Orkin 2014-08-20
- TMR 079 : Kevin Ryan : On Why NIST's 9/11 WTC Reports are False and Unscientific 2014-08-16
- Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse-About 9/11? Part 9: Brain Research, Part 2 – Moral Psychology 2014-08-10
- NSA Lied About Knowledge Of 2 9/11 Hijackers In U.S., Didn't Inform The FBI 2014-08-09
- C-SPAN Washington Journal: Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth 2014-08-01
- NYC CAN: A heartfelt thank you - We couldn't have done it without you. 2014-08-01
- CIA Director George Tenet Facilitated 9/11 2014-07-30
- Thomas Kean & Lee Hamilton Call For The Release Of The 28 Redacted Pages 2014-07-23
- What a Difference a Dozen Volunteers Makes! Chicago AIA Convention Activists Net Over 120 More A/E Petition Signers 2014-07-22
- NY1 coverage of the High-Rise Safety Initiative 2014-07-15
- So What Does the World Bank Do Exactly? 2014-09-19
- Interview 943 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato 2014-09-18
- Yes to What? – The Scottish Conundrum 2014-09-17
- Contagion – FLNWO #19 2014-09-14
- America “Attacking” The Terrorists It Fostered 2014-09-13
- Interview 942 – Financial Survival: Groundwork for Global Government 2014-09-12
- 9/11 Anniversary, CFR Dinner, GoTenna – New World Next Week 2014-09-12
- Scottish Independence or Scotland In Dependence? (video) 2014-09-12
- Interview 941 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato 2014-09-11
- Interview 940 – RE2 Podcast: The 9/11 Attacks 2014-09-11
- What’s in Your First Aid Kit?
Generally speaking, I have a fairly decent first aid kit. It includes everything from a large variety of bandages to pain killers, antibiotics, essential oils, trauma supplies, first aid books, and equipment such as braces, splints and a blood pressure monitor. That being said, I put the kit together a few years ago and as they say, I wish I knew then what I know now. As with all things preparedness, my knowledge has increased over time and I now recognize that I need to go back and revisit my first aid kit, adding items that are missing and removing certain items I ... Continue reading →
- Painting Your Walls?
Dipping a roller in some paint and slapping it on a wall seems like such a simple task—and to an extent, it is. But there are a few tips and tools that do make the job quicker, easier, and result in far less paint in your hair. I'd painted dozens of rooms before I finally read an article on the proper way to roll on paint, and I'll be honest, I rolled my eyes at the idea of it. I typically bought cheap brushes, cheap paint, and didn't much care for painting rooms, but it didn't seem too difficult. As ... Continue reading →
- Politics as Homicide
If Murray Rothbard were alive and were writing his occasional reviews of films as Mr. First Nighter, he would love the movie Absolute Power. Directed and produced by Clint Eastwood, it stars Clint and Gene Hackman in superb performances. The great E. G. Marshall is equally excellent, in his last film appearance. Clint is an aging cat burglar, Hackman is the one with absolute power—he is the murdering, philandering, and totally charming President of the United States. In the course of burglarizing the estate of an old, politically powerful billionaire, played by Marshall, Eastwood witnesses Hackman’s drunken attempted rape of ... Continue reading →
- Help Obama Kickstart WW3 (and 4)
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- Drink More Water
A fish without water can’t breathe, and we can’t live without water either! Staying hydrated is one of the most important ways to stay healthy and maintain a proper body weight, but most of us are dehydrated without realizing it. Without sufficient water in your body, your cells get congested, your skin can’t detox, and your bladder and kidneys won’t work properly. You’ll feel tired and eat more, too. Staying hydrated is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy. Here’s why. The Importance of Drinking Water, Staying Hydrated When you feel thirsty, your body is likely already insufficiently hydrated. ... Continue reading →
- You’re Invited
For several weeks, the tragic soul of The Mogambo has been troubled by subtle undertones in The Force, inexplicably using an old Star Wars metaphor, which brings up the interesting question as to how a Jedi light-saber would fare against a couple of belt-fed .50 caliber machineguns at point-blank range. Other than pondering those kinds of deeply philosophical questions, it was the old “It’s quiet. Too quiet” kind of thing, where you are always nervously looking over your shoulder, and seeing enemies lurking in every shadow, every nerve on the razor’s edge. Trigger fingers twitching, too, which is difficult to ... Continue reading →
- What Is the Government Hiding?
August 19, 2014 – When the report “Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 2001″ was published, 28 of its pages were deemed classified by then-President George W. Bush, who stood firm that the information within these pages needed to remain shielded from the public, as a matter of national security. In the nearly 13 years since the horrific events of 9/11, the number of people concerned about the truth behind 9/11 has grown steadily. President Barack Obama has said he would declassify the information about 9/11, but just as he has not upheld ... Continue reading →
- Freedom for Flanders
An independent Flanders with Brussels as its capital will be best for the Flemish people who represent 60 percent of the Belgium population, and provide 80 percent of its economy, Flemish MP Tom van Grieken told RT. Following in the footsteps of Scotland, Veneto in Italy and Catalonia in Spain, and Belgium’s Flemish region may become the next to hold a referendum on independence. The Flanders area of northern Belgium has been claiming its own sovereignty for years, and if it succeeds, Belgium may be no more, along with its being the symbol of a united Europe. The 2008 financial crisis has boosted separatism movements ... Continue reading →
- Decomposing the Nation State
Libertarians tend to focus on two important units of analysis: the individual and the state. And yet, one of the most dramatic and significant events of our time has been the re-emergence — with a bang — in the last five years of a third and much-neglected aspect of the real world, the “nation.” When the “nation” has been thought of at all, it usually comes attached to the state, as in the common word, “the nation-state,” but this concept takes a particular development of recent centuries and elaborates it into a universal maxim. In the last five years, however, ... Continue reading →
- Far Better Than The Godfather
The untimely death of the great, hulking, utterly invulnerable-looking James Gandolfini has robbed us of the chance to see what the rest of his career might have been like. Since the final season of The Sopranos he had been shaping up as an unusually imaginative producer, but now we will have to remember him just as an actor, and mainly, of course in the role of Tony Soprano. In 2004, when there was still another season of The Sopranos to come, I wrote a piece in homage to its accomplishment. Some of the show's fans thought that the final season was a ... Continue reading →
- For the New Abnormal
While many economists and market watchers have failed to notice, we have entered a new chapter in the short and checkered history of central banking. This paradigm shift, as yet unaddressed in the textbooks, changes the basic policy tools that have traditionally defined the sphere of macroeconomic decision-making. The job of a central banker is supposed to be the calibration of interest rates to achieve the optimal rate of growth for any particular economic environment. It is hoped that successful decisions, which involve perfectly timed moves to raise rates when the economy overheats and lower them when it cools, would bring ... Continue reading →
- The Liar-in-Chief
Obama gave another speech on a new, more violent outbreak of terrorism. He began by thanking those on the front lines: …they’ve got hundreds of professionals who are working tirelessly on this issue. …I’ll be meeting with some of these men and women, including some who recently returned from the front lines of the outbreak. And they represent public service at its very best. And so I just want them to know how much the American people appreciate them. Serving the country; the few, the proud; a global force for good. You know the story. Many of them are serving far away from home, away from ... Continue reading →
- Despite Apple’s Privacy Pledge, Cops Can Still Pull Data Off a Locked iPhone
But as the media and privacy activists congratulated Apple on that new resistance to government snooping, iOS forensics expert Jonathan Zdziarski offered a word of caution for the millions of users clamoring to pre-order the iPhone 6 and upgrade to iOS 8. In many cases, he points out, the cops can still grab and offload sensitive data from your locked iPhone without Apple’s help, even in iOS 8. All they need, he says, is your powered-on phone and access to a computer you’ve previously used to move data onto and off of it.
- Russia’s Leader Putin Rejects Ukrainian Separatists’ Aim to Become Part of Russia
The leader of the Ukrainian separatists says that their efforts to get Russia’s President Vladimir Putin to accept their territory as being a part of Russia have been firmly rejected by Putin’s Government; and, so, “We will build our own country.” (This important statement from the rebel leader Andrei Purgin on Wednesday, September 17th, was inconspicuously buried halfway through an AP news story that focused instead on “East Ukraine Casualties.”
- Scottish Independence Referendum - 3 Possible Example Of Rigging Vote?
As title says, these have been floating around the internet. I am not throwing around accusations that this is the case, merely want to highlight these videos and see if there is an explanation around them? It does appear to be highly suspicious activity!
- Exponential: Ebola Cases Now Double Every 3 Weeks; CDC Warns As Much As Half A Million May Be Infected Soon
It appears "Moore's Law" has come to Ebol, and $1 billion seems like nothing: half a day's POMO?
- Tucson Cop Leaves Photographer Hospitalized after Claiming he was Blinded by Flash
With more than two decades of police experience under his belt, you would think Tucson police officer Bobby Nielsen would be able to conduct his job without being distracted by a mere camera flash.
- States being forced to accept DHS's 'Real ID' national drivers license program
If you rely on your Oklahoma Driver's license to get into a secure area like a federal building or an airplane, things will be changing. Oklahoma is one of a handful of states that hasn't complied with a federal mandate to make our driver's licenses more secure.
- France makes first airstrike on Islamic State in Iraq
'Other operations will follow in the coming days,' says Hollande's office, ruling out Syria strikes
- Fear and Loathing in Scotland – Why the NO’s Won and Lessons Learned from the Vote
In the wake of the results, I have witnessed a great deal of bitterness and anger about the vote. While I can relate to such sentiments, I try to take a much more constructive and optimistic approach to the future. First and foremost, we should all be proud that the vote happened at all. So many people within the so-called “liberty movement” are discouragingly extreme pessimists. While proclaiming to fight for liberty, many of them seem to think we are powerless in the face of the powerful. To them, the independence referendum is proof that nothing can ever be changed. I completely disagree with this perspective.
- Jewish Groups Pay to Send U.S. Police to Train in Israel
The militarization of American police forces hasn’t been paid for by just the federal government. Pro-Israel groups in the U.S. have also played a role by financing trips for hundreds of law enforcement officers to travel to the Middle East for counterterrorism training, according to Ali Winston, a contributor to the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR).
- US Senate Approves $500 Million to Arm Syrian Militants
Lawmakers back president's plan to expand new war in the Middle East
- ONE-THIRD OF AMERICANS CANNOT NAME THE THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT
Annenberg Public Policy Center released a survey on Constitution Day that reveals Americans know very little about their government.
- New Zealand Whistleblower Reveals He Was Told To 'Bury' Unflattering Info About The Gov't Spying On Dotcom
The list of incredible screwups concerning the investigation, raid and prosecution of Kim Dotcom in New Zealand is fairly incredible. At nearly every step of the way, we find out more and more about just how monumentally questionable the whole thing was. Frankly, I have no idea if what Dotcom did with Megaupload broke the law, but the indictment against him was filled with really questionable claims, the GCSB (local equivalent of the NSA) illegally spied on Dotcom and thendeleted the evidence, the police sought to suppress images of the raid itself, and evidence wasmishandled.
- Scottish Referendum: Voters to Reject Independence
Scotland will vote to stay in the United Kingdom after rejecting independence, the BBC has predicted. With 26 out of the country’s 32 council areas having declared after Thursday’s vote, the “No” side has a 54% of the vote, with the “Yes” campaign on 46%.
- Where’s the media? Left-wing anarchist charged with bombing congressman’s office on 9/11
One thing is certain, if Eric King was a member of the tea party he would be a household name in cities across America today. King, 28, was charged Wednesday with throwing two Molotov cocktails at U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver’s office in Kansas City, Mo., on Sept. 11, the 13th anniversary of 9/11,the Associated Press reported. The Democrat lawmaker’s office was empty at the time of the attack.
- CIA Anti-Syria Program Finances Wahhabi Headchoppers
“The international position has to be to fight all kinds of terrorism, both ISIS and the regime,” said Sheikh Tawfiq Shahabuddin, the head of the Nureddin Zengi Movement. “You can’t treat only one part of the disease.”