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- Confrontation in Ukraine as diplomacy stalls 2014-03-10
- NATO Deploys AWACS as Crimea Organizes Self-defense Forces 2014-03-10
- Californians Refuse to Turn In Newly-Banned Magazines 2014-03-10
- Nixon, Rockefeller, IG Farben, and global control 2014-03-10
- What Most People Don’t Know About The Father of Vaccination and Why History is Repeating Itself 2014-03-10
- Armed Texans to March at SXSW 2014-03-10
- Snowden Defends Fourth Amendment 2014-03-10
- Supreme Court declines to hear ‘boobies’ bracelet case 2014-03-10
- Malaysia Airlines passport theft echoes al-Qaeda agent’s bomb attack 2014-03-10
- Al-Qaeda Unveils English-Language Terror Magazine 2014-03-10
- Russia Threatens to Impose Sanctions On U.S. Corporations 2014-03-10
- US allocates $429 million to Iron Dome program 2014-03-10
- Immigrants in the country illegally could legally drive in NJ under bill 2014-03-10
- Immigration change gives legal status to undocumented relatives of US military 2014-03-10
- Border Patrol Chief: Agents can still shoot at rock throwers 2014-03-10
- Democrat Gun Control Pushes US Proliferation to All-Time Highs 2014-03-10
- This 14-Year-Old Boy Just Wrote An Outstanding Poem 2014-03-10
- CBS Journalist Resigns After Being Pressured Over ‘Anti-Obama’ Reporting 2014-03-10
- Report: Mass Incarcerations Soon Coming To America 2014-03-10
- Is Edward Snowden lying? 2014-03-10
- Ukraine Crisis: Just Another Globalist-Engineered Powder Keg 2014-03-10
- Rand Paul Is “Definitely” Preparing A Presidential Run 2014-03-10
- Taser Drone Capable of Unleashing 80,000 Volts Debuted at SXSW 2014-03-10
- Crony Capitalism and the Transcontinental Railroads 2014-03-10
- Two Of The GOP’s Top Presidential Prospects Are Engaged In A Very Public Feud 2014-03-10
- The Path to a World Beyond War 2014-03-09
- 9/11: The Best Physical Evidence of Explosives- DavidChandler911 Published on Mar 7, 2014 2014-03-07
- Being smeared as a "9/11 Truther" in the MSM 2014-03-07
- Glenn Greenwald lauds bravery of RT’s Abby Martin, then NY Times outs her as 9/11 Truther 2014-03-05
- Bill Moyers - The Deep State Hiding in Plain Sight - February 21, 2014 2014-03-01
- Bob McIlvaine: "Let us come together to support the High-Rise Safety Initiative" 2014-02-28
- The U.S. and Its Allies Had Contact with Bin Laden and the 9/11 Hijackers Many Times Before 9/11 2014-02-26
- William Pepper, Attorney at Law, Pursuing NIST 2014-02-24
- The Sound of Silence in Academia Connected to 9/11: Lars Schall interviews Adnan Zuberi 2014-02-22
- Kevin Ryan: Another Nineteen - Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects 2014-02-15
- ReThink911 Canada Tour Promo Video 2014-02-14
- Are Millions of Business People At Risk of Dying In Collapsing Buildings? 2014-02-13
- Ari Melber Co-Host of MSNBC's "The Cycle" Questioned About WTC Building 7 on C-SPAN 2014-02-13
- Alberto Gonzales Attempts To Justify The Execution Of American Citizens Without Trial 2014-02-12
- Interview 822 – Richard Gage Takes ReThink 9/11 Across Canada 2014-02-11
- This Is It - The 9/11 Investigation We've Been Building Toward 2014-02-11
- PART 6: Legislators, Pundits & 9/11 Controlled Demolition Questions 2014-02-07
- You've asked for NIST accountability - Here is your chance 2014-02-03
- WeAreChange takes the mic after Super Bowl XLVIII to address the nation on 9/11 2014-02-03
- Getting Real About Richard Clarke 2014-02-02
- Seahawks Coach Peppered 4-Star General With 9/11 'Conspiracy' Questions 2014-02-02
- 9/11 Families Call For A New Investigation - National Press Club - 9/11/2006 2014-02-01
- HIGH RISE SAFETY INITIATIVE 2014-02-01
- American Anthrax: A Media Roots Film Production 2014-01-28
- Initial response from DoC Inspector General to William Pepper letter concerning NIST WTC 7 report structural feature omissions 2014-01-26
- 1/16/14: Tony Szamboti and Gerry B.-- Omissions in NIST's WTC 7 Report 2014-01-25
- Targeting the President: Evidence of U.S. Government Training Exercises on 9/11 2014-01-25
- Melanie Sloan, Executive Director of C.R.E.W., agrees to review the evidence 2014-01-21
- Marcy Kaptur (D-OH) informed on C-SPAN about WTC7 omissions 2014-01-16
- Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) informed on C-SPAN about WTC7 omissions 2014-01-15
- The Enemy of My Enemy (Video) 2014-03-10
- Episode 290 – The Enemy of My Enemy 2014-03-09
- Osama’s son on trial, RT revolt, IBM turns Watson into chef – #NewWorldNextWeek 2014-03-09
- Interview 836 – Ryan Dawson Looks for a Third Way in the Ukraine Crisis 2014-03-06
- Interview 835 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato 2014-03-06
- Interview 834 – Uncorking Conspiracy with the Beard World Order 2014-03-06
- Why Do People Believe Stupid Things? – BFP Roundtable #04 2014-03-06
- The Well-Read Anarchist #004 – “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Chapter Two 2014-03-05
- Foreign Intervention and the Ukraine Crisis 2014-03-05
- Interview 833 – The BFP Roundtable Asks Why People Believe Stupid Things 2014-03-03
- The Gloves Come Off
I had to go to California. I certainly didn’t want to drive all the way from Virginia, so I sighed, got a plane ticket, and drove to Washington Dulles Airport. It reminded me of the scene at Chicago’s U.S. Army Induction Center on Van Buren Street in June 1967. Everybody stripped to their underwear, herded along (“Follow the yellow line…. You there, follow the red line”) – and everybody bending over. My turn came up. I have skin cancer, so I wanted to skip the porn scanner. I explained this to the agent and he sent me to Mark Tate, ... Continue reading →
- An Amazing Artist With Asberger’s
I begin with two photos. The first is a conventional wedding party photo. The second is not. I like the flower girl in the second photo. She is having none of this jumping. She seems to be saying: "I will not sacrifice my dignity." Needless to say, the second photo got my attention. I want to tell you how I discovered these two photos. It is a remarkable story. I came across the first step in this story in an article written by James Altucher, who offers a never-ending supply of weird and wonderful stories -- and also depressing ... Continue reading →
- Setting the Record Straight
Let us first raise the level of debate:This will take a bit of muscular effort. For the level of some contributions is quite low. For instance, Mr ‘skh.pcola’ writes: ‘Herr Hitchens is an anachronism. He would have fit right in the gang with Neville and the other quislings back in 1939 or so. Idiots that don't learn from history doom the rest of us to repeat it. What a misanthropic microencephalitic moron Hitchens is.’ And I took part (at about 9.30 this morning) in a brief discussion on BBC Radio 5 Live, in which a listener raged for some time against Russia ... Continue reading →
- Can You Afford Ukraine?
Officially, US debt stands at more than $17 trillion. In reality, it is many times more. The cost of the US invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq may be more than six trillion dollars. President Obama’s illegal invasion of Libya cost at least a billion dollars and left that country devastated. The costs of US regime change efforts in Syria are likely thus far enormous, both in dollars and lives. That’s still a secret. So who in his right mind would think it is a good time to start a war with Russia over Ukraine? And worse, who would commit the ... Continue reading →
- How in the World Did Pot Get a Bad Rap?
By Dr. Mercola Marijuana has been legalized in a number of US states; 20 states have legalized cannabis for medical purposes; two states—Colorado and Washington state—also permit recreational use. Certain forms of cannabis are actually very potent medicine, with few or no psychoactive effects. In California, medical marijuana has been legal for 18 years. Dr. Allan Frankel, a board-certified internist in California, has treated patients with medical cannabis for the past seven years. By and large, cannabis is highly favored by people across the US. According to Dr. Frankel, 85-95 percent of Americans are in favor of medical cannabis, and ... Continue reading →
- 3 Years Later: the Fukushima Disaster Rages on
March 11 will mark the anniversary of one of the big disasters witnessed by the world. It has been three years since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident took place. It had resulted in the meltdown of three of the six reactors in the nuclear power plant and still ‘nothing is well in Fukushima’, said G Sundarrajan from Poovulagin Nanbargal. He was a recent visitor to Japan and Fukushima. An advanced country like Japan is in a pathetic situation now, and Fukushima has taught the world what should not have happened, said Sundarrajan. The misfortune was evident as he narrated the ... Continue reading →
- Rules Like My Mom Made
What kind of rules should govern our lives? I'd argue that the best rules are those that we'd be satisfied with if our very worst enemy were in charge of decision-making. The foundation for such rules was laid out by my mother. Let's look at it. My mother worked as a domestic servant. That meant that my younger sister and I often lunched at home by ourselves during our preteen years. Being bigger and stronger than my sister, I seldom divided the food evenly, especially the desserts. After a tiring day at work, Mom would be greeted by sob stories ... Continue reading →
- Jews Who Fought for Hitler
In September 1941, a medical officer performed a deed so heroic he was awarded an Iron Cross by the German high command. With little regard for his own safety, and in the face of heavy Soviet shelling, Major Leo Skurnik, a district doctor who had once fostered ambitions of becoming a concert pianist, organised the evacuation of a field hospital on the Finnish-Russian border, saving the lives of more than 600 men, including members of the SS. Skurnik was far from the only soldier to be awarded the Iron Cross during the Second World War. More than four million people received ... Continue reading →
- Lights, Camera, Arrested
Once again, the U.S. government is attempting to police the world when it should be policing its own law enforcement agencies. We’ve got a warship cruising the Black Sea, fighter jets patrolling the Baltic skies, and a guided-missile destroyer searching the South China Sea for the downed Malaysia Airlines flight. All the while, back home in the U.S., our constitutional rights are going to hell in a hand basket, with homeowners being threatened with eviction for attempting to live off the grid, old women jailed for feeding crows, and citizens armed with little more than a cell phone arrested for ... Continue reading →
- It’s a War for Financial Control
Newsletter writer Dr. Jim Willie thinks the Ukraine crisis is an enormous struggle for financial power between East and West. Dr. Willie contends, “I believe what we got with Ukraine is an absolutely desperate situation where the U.S. government realizes we have to stop Ukraine from becoming a central transit point for energy pipelines in the fast developing Eurasian Trade Zone. They need to stop the Eurasian Trade Zone because the United States and England are largely going to be excluded. If you look behind the curtain to see what is really going on, I believe this is the third attack ... Continue reading →
- Crony Capitalism, From Sea to Shining Sea
When Barack Obama used the transcontinental railroads as an example of the wonderful things that can be accomplished with grandiose government programs, he was attacked for mistakenly referring to the railroads as “intercontinental.” Notably, he was attacked by approximately no one for talking up a government program that in reality should be best remembered as a pioneering feat in government corruption, corporate welfare, and immense waste. Although not related in quite the heroic terms it once was, the transcontinental railroads retain their place as one of the great alleged success stories of nineteenth-century America. According to the popular myths, the same myths ... Continue reading →
- Do We Need To Rethink Black Boxes?
Why is a normally safe aircraft – the Boeing 777-200 – missing over the South China Sea, with all 239 passengers and crew on board Malaysia Airlines flight 370 presumed dead? I'l tell you why: it was a fireball ignited by faulty lithium-ion batteries carried on board by cellphone-wielding passengers. No, it wasn't. It was a bomb planted by terrorists – possibly the passengers who were reportedly carrying stolen passports. Rubbish: it was structural failure triggered by internal damage sustained in an airport fender-bender involving the same aircraft two years ago. These, of course, are not answers. It would be generous ... Continue reading →
- Trans-Pacific Partnership Reveals Deadly Cost of American Patents
While US news stories occasionally mention the breathtaking cost of some medications, they almost always skirt the issue of why American drugs are so grotesquely overpriced by world standards. The pharmaceutical industry has managed to sell the story that it’s because they need all that dough to pay for the cost of finding new drugs.
- Wall Street becoming America's biggest landlord: buying up properties for cash and then renting them out.
Invitation Homes, a subsidiary of investment giant The Blackstone Group, purchased the homes from banks, foreclosure auctions or individual sellers, and turned them into rentals. Often buying entry-level homes under $300,000, it almost always paid cash.
- Rift between US Congress and CIA biggest in 40 years, say insiders
The system of checks and balances that defines the relationship between America’s legislative branch and the Intelligence Community has been strained more than any other time in nearly 40 years, according to insiders. The rift is especially wide between the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the United States Senate’s Select Committee on Intelligence, which was formed in the mid-1970s after the Watergate scandal.
- World Bank to lend Ukraine $3bn
Around $2 billion will be allocated to the ongoing projects. The other $1 billion would go directly to the government on condition it implements economic reforms to fix the financial mess, Reuters says.
- "It’s made out of people!" Making meat from celebrity tissue samples
"It’s people! Soylent green is made out of people", to quote from the classic 1973 science fiction film and Charlton Heston’s memorable line. (1970s era spoiler alert!): In Soylent Green, due to global collapse, a desperate and dying humanity is unknowingly being fed human remains as a food source. But due to biological and scientific advances we can apparently eat humans now, willingly, and with a side of mustard. Why wait for catastrophe?
- Ukraine Lieutenant Colonel In Charge Of Crimea Unit Defects To Russia, Takes Soldiers With Him
Lt. Colonel Sadovnyk is the officer reported as 'kidnapped' yesterday in Bakhchisarai. It would appear Crimea is annexing itself as this comes just one week after the head of Ukraine's Navy defected.
- Global Debt Exceeds $100 Trillion
The amount of debt globally has soared more than 40 percent to $100 trillion since the first signs of the financial crisis as governments borrowed to pull their economies out of recession and companies took advantage of record low interest rates, according to the Bank for International Settlements.
- The Nanny State’s Stranglehold on Civilization
The untamed human spirit is dynamic, creative, beautiful, sometimes dangerous, and unpredictable. It is a frightful thing to behold in the eyes of a compulsively controlling, authoritarian nanny state.
- Updated: Snowden SXSW Talk a 'Call to Arms' to Tech World
Whistleblower chose technology conference platform to urge the 'innovators, makers, hackers, geeks' to build a more secure system
- Podcast: DoomCast 31 Preview
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- Henry Kissinger : How the Ukraine crisis ends
Public discussion on Ukraine is all about confrontation. But do we know where we are going? In my life, I have seen four wars begun with great enthusiasm and public support, all of which we did not know how to end and from three of which we withdrew unilaterally. The test of policy is how it ends, not how it begins.
- ‘Fan of Ron Paul, liked economic theory’: Lanza’s father on ‘evil’ son in first interview since Sandy Hook
Peter Lanza, father of Adam Lanza, gave a ‘series’ of interviews to Andrew Solomon of New Yorker magazineabout his son and the Sandy Hook school shooting.
- Israeli troops gun down Jordanian judge who ‘tried to seize a soldier’s weapon’
A Jordanian judge was shot dead at the Allenby border crossing on Monday, after he reportedly tried to snatch a weapon from an Israeli soldier.
- Is Washington Using the Ukraine Crisis to Push Natural Gas Exports to Asia?
Since Russia began flexing its muscles in the Crimea and threatening Ukrainian sovereignty, policymakers in Washington, D.C., have called for some kind of action to punish President Vladimir Putin’s power grab.
- CIA Spied on Senate Committee Investigating CIA
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence worked for four years investigating the Central Intelligence Agency’s use of waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques on suspected terrorists held overseas during the George W. Bush Administration. Now the Senate believes the CIA was spying on its staffers as they investigated the agency.