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  1. US Helping ISIS? One Accidental Airdrop vs Billions in Covert Aid 2014-10-22
  2. Missing Mexico students: Iguala mayor arrest ordered 2014-10-22
  3. TEPCO removing protective Fukushima canopy for most dangerous op yet 2014-10-22
  4. Canada Police Caught Staging False Flag 2014-10-22
  5. How Asset Forfeiture Allows Cops to Steal from Citizens 2014-10-22
  6. ‘Arm British police’ says US intelligence chairman 2014-10-22
  7. Common Medications and Multiple Drug Combinations Increasingly Linked to Fatal Car Crashes 2014-10-22
  8. Drivers Subjected to Mandatory Vehicle Searches Following Canadian Shooting 2014-10-22
  9. CIA Apparently ‘Impersonated’ Senate Staffers To Gain Access To Documents On Shared Drives 2014-10-22
  10. Canadian PM Draws Fire For Reportedly Drinking Wine During Ottawa Shooting Briefing 2014-10-22
  11. Saudi Cleric Blasts Twitter As “Source Of All Evil” As Riyal Slides To Lowest Since 2008 2014-10-22
  12. Betsy McCaughey: CDC Making Big Mistake on Ebola Patients 2014-10-22
  13. Weird “Government” Website Predicts Total Collapse of America by 2025 2014-10-22
  14. Blackwater Guard Found Guilty of Murder in Iraq Shooting 2014-10-22
  15. CIA Analyst: Canadian Shooting May Be ISIS or Al-Qaeda 2014-10-22
  16. Canada Shooting: Soldier Dead In Parliament Attack 2014-10-22
  17. $4.10 Per Pound: Ground Beef Price Climbs to Another Record High 2014-10-22
  18. Censorship: RCMP Asks Public Not to Post Photos, Videos of Ottawa Shooting 2014-10-22
  19. Dad’s Petition Seeks To Ban Artificial Turf Sports Fields Over Reported Link to Cancer 2014-10-22
  20. Airdrop to Islamic State is Propaganda Ploy for Boots on the Ground in Syria 2014-10-22
  21. Monsanto Panics: Drops Another $3.5 Million to Defeat GMO Labeling in Oregon and Colorado 2014-10-22
  22. NASA Prepares 6 Member Team For Mars Mission in Hawaii 2014-10-22
  23. U.S. Caught Red Handed Arming Terrorist? 2014-10-22
  24. US Border Agent: We Are Not Ready for Ebola 2014-10-22
  25. Cuomo Sells Only 945 Copies of Book; Paid Over $700,000 Advance 2014-10-22

  1. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 9 - Michael Springmann 2014-10-16
  2. Lars Schall and Paul Zarembka Dissect the 9/11 Insider Trading 2014-10-16
  3. The Hidden Government Group Linking JFK, Watergate, Iran-Contra and 9/11 2014-10-06
  4. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? Parts 10 & 11 Written by Frances T. Shure 2014-10-03
  5. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 6 - Lorie Van Auken 2014-09-27
  6. Graeme MacQueen Reveals The Anthrax Deception - James Corbett • 09/25/2014 2014-09-24
  7. The 1993 WTC Bombing Damage Myth 2014-09-21
  8. Lee Hamilton - the debate about WTC 7 continues 2014-09-17
  9. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 5 - Coleen Rowley 2014-09-16
  10. The Smoking Guns of the 2001 Anthrax Attacks 2014-09-15
  11. New 9/11 Timeline Entries: White House Staffers' Actions on 9/11, President Apparently in Danger, and More 2014-09-15
  12. Why are the ASCE Journals being dishonest and misleading concerning how the WTC Towers collapsed? 2014-09-13
  13. New Letter at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2014-09-13
  14. Never Forget … Countries from Around the World Admit They Use False Flag Terror 2014-09-10
  15. Dan Rather's Most Interesting and Controversial 9/11 Reports 2014-09-10
  16. The Day Before 9/11: Suspicious Events of Sept. 10, 2001 2014-09-10
  17. NSA Whistleblower Joins AE911Truth in Calling for Real 9/11 Investigation - GRTV Feature Interview 2014-09-09
  18. Why Hasn't Obama Kept Promise To Declassify 28 Pages Of A Report About 9/11? 2014-09-08
  19. Huge 45 foot digital billboard near Times Square will show video of the collapse of WTC7, millions will see it 2014-09-04
  20. Letter to the Editor - Daily Reflector - Greenville NC 2014-09-03
  21. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 3 - Erik Larson 2014-09-02
  22. The 2001 Anthrax Deception: A New Book from Graeme MacQueen 2014-08-31
  23. William Binney– former NSA Technical Director-- signs AE911Truth petition 2014-08-30
  24. #Declassify 2014-08-21
  25. Why Intelligent People Fear the Truth August 21, 2014 | By WakingTimes 2014-08-21
  26. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 1 - Jenna Orkin 2014-08-20
  27. TMR 079 : Kevin Ryan : On Why NIST's 9/11 WTC Reports are False and Unscientific 2014-08-16
  28. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse-About 9/11? Part 9: Brain Research, Part 2 – Moral Psychology 2014-08-10
  29. NSA Lied About Knowledge Of 2 9/11 Hijackers In U.S., Didn't Inform The FBI 2014-08-09
  30. C-SPAN Washington Journal: Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth 2014-08-01


  1. US Bureaucracy Is Losing Its Mind, and Its Grip
    Some of you will scoff. “North has gone round the bend this time.” On the contrary: the United States government has gone round the bend . . . again. I begin with North’s law of bureaucracy: “Some bureaucrat will inevitably enforce an official rule to the point of utter imbecility.” There are no known exceptions to this law. It is right up there with the second law of thermodynamics. But you want evidence. I offer this: a recent article in The Scotsman, whose very name exudes both high culture and low, low prices. Let me also invoke the words of Dave ... Continue reading
  2. 22 Ways To Get a Better Night’s Sleep
    Last week we discussed the nature of sleep and why it’s so important that you get enough of it. If you’ve had trouble falling asleep for years, the information may have made you feel more frustrated than inspired. Fear not! Today we’ll take a look at a wide range of tips for slumbering soundly, night after night. If you’ve been getting okay sleep, my goal is that you’ll find a tip that can help you make it much better. Before we begin, the important thing to understand is that getting a good night’s sleep is an all-day affair. How you wake up, what ... Continue reading
  3. The US Promised Not To Weaponize Ebola
    German High Government Official Seeks Washington’s Reassurance that the US did Not Weaponize the Species of Ebola that Germany Made Available to Washington Washington has not provided the reassurance. By providing the virus to Washington prior to effective reassurances, Germany is complicit in the breakout of a bio-warfare grade of ebola, which has now spread to the US and Europe. At this point, it is not clear that this ebola strain will be contained or whether Washington has any intention or ability to contain it. The arrogance and inhumanity of Washington is beyond comprehension. US Army withheld promise from Germany that ... Continue reading
  4. Don’t Become a Debt Slave
    Who can afford to spend $30,000 – the average purchase price paid as of 2013 – on a new car? The answer is … very few. Most new car “buyers” are in fact debtors. They sign loan documents and make monthly payments. Typically, for five years, the length of the average new car loan. Some extend this to six years – and sevenyears is not unheard of. Some of you may remember when the typical new car loan was three years. What’s happened? Several things. First – and most obviously – cars have become more expensive in real/inflation-adjusted terms. In 1970, a full-size family car – something like ... Continue reading
  5. The Rich Man’s Panic of 2014
    The rumors we were reporting on the street about the Hedge Funds appear to be true. They have been unable to see time as so often the case and have been hit with the worst losses in Industry’s history since 2011. This may indeed contribute to what we see with the postponement of the Phase Transition being set in motion with the rush into bonds. This is turning out to be the “Rich Man’s Panic of 2014″ that has produced a bloodbath among many hedge funds who often trade-off of just opinion interspersed with fundamentals. This is shaping up to be perhaps ... Continue reading
  6. Pro-Gold Guys Ahead in Switzerland
    The first poll of how the Swiss people will vote in the “Save Our Swiss Gold” initiative on November 30th shows that the Swiss are leaning towards voting for the pro-gold initiative. Gold Initiative Poll Results -  20 Minuten The poll had quite a large sample of 13,397 people from all over Switzerland who participated in the first phase of the 20 Minuten online survey on October 15. The poll shows that 45% approve the Swiss gold initiative and 39% are against. There are 29% firm yes voters and 28% firm no voters (see graph). The poll shows 16% are leaning towards a ... Continue reading
  7. Fight the Deep State
    The price of liberty is eternal vigilance, said Thomas Jefferson. We must remain vigilant individually and collectively- that is, if we value our liberties and integrity. We must utilize all we can in our fight against those who stand between us and our liberties. There are collective actions that we can take. No one can deny the power of a united front in taking on the establishment: collective protests, collective boycotting, social networking to spread blacked-out information and new … There also are many actions that we can take as individuals. At its face value, each individual action and its ... Continue reading
  8. The Dangers of Ancestor Worship
    Murray Rothbard pointed out in “Anatomy of the State” that worship of one’s ancestors “becomes a none too subtle means of worship of one’s ancient rulers.” I think this point has been vastly understated since then.  This phenomenon represents a large factor explaining why there is such momentum behind state worship in our time.  On those occasions when I have been allowed to have in-depth conversations that get to the roots of people’s undying devotion to statism, I often hit a common nerve after most of the logical reasons to oppose statism are admitted to.  (Getting to this point is ... Continue reading
  9. Ebola: a Scurvy-Like Illness?
    This past weekend, I travelled to Indiana to give a lecture.  During my driving time, I was thinking about the Ebola problem.  Ebola eventually kills by causing massive bleeding.  Patients suffering with Ebola may bleed out of every orifice as well as from the nipples. To cure Ebola, the media has been reporting that there is a race to bring a vaccine to market.  However, a vaccine probably won’t help those already infected with Ebola.  Other pharmaceutical companies are researching anti-viral drugs that will kill Ebola. At present there is no Big Pharma treatment for Ebola.  The CDC recognizes this fact.  The CDC states, ... Continue reading
  10. Is the Chair of St. Peter Vacant?
    Normally a synod of Catholic bishops does not provide fireworks rivaling the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, where Mayor Richard Daley's boys in blue ran up the score on the radicals in Grant Park. But, on Oct. 13, there emanated from the Synod on the Family in Rome a 12-page report from a committee picked by Pope Francis himself — and the secondary explosions have not ceased. The report recognized the "positive aspects of civil unions and cohabitation" and said "homosexuals have gifts and qualities to offer to the Christian community." As for Catholics who divorce and remarry without ... Continue reading
  11. Governments, as Parasites, Feast on Inflation
    In an article in the UK's Telegraph on October 10, veteran economic correspondent Ambrose Evans-Pritchard laid bare the essential truth of the nearly universal current embrace of inflation as an economic panacea. While politicians, CEOs and economists talk about demand stimulus and the avoidance of a deflationary trap, Evans-Pritchard reminds us that inflation is all, and always, about debt management. Every year the levels of government debt as a percentage of GDP, for both emerging market and developed economies, continue to go higher and higher. As the ratios push out into uncharted territories, particularly in Europe's southern tier, the ability to ... Continue reading
  12. The Battle for Raw Milk
    By Dr. Mercola Raw milk dairy products from organically raised pasture-fed cows rank among some of the healthiest foods you can consume. It’s far superior in terms of health benefits compared to pasteurized milk, and if statistics are any indication, it’s safer, too. While many believe that milk must be pasteurized before it can be safely consumed, it’s worth remembering that raw milk was consumed for eons before the invention of pasteurization. It’s also important to realize that pasteurization is only really required for certain kinds of milk; specifically that from cows raised in crowded and unsanitary conditions, which is what you ... Continue reading

  1. All the Markets Need Is $200 Billion a Quarter From the Central Bankers
    The central-bank put lives on. Policy makers deny its existence, yet investors still reckon that whenever stocks and other risk assets take a tumble, the authorities will be there with calming words or economic stimulus to ensure the losses are limited.
  2. CIA Apparently 'Impersonated' Senate Staffers To Gain Access To Documents On Shared Drives
    The CIA is still fighting for creative control of its most anticipated 21st century work: the Torture Report. Long before it got involved in the ongoing redaction battle, it was spying on those putting the report together, namely Senators and Senate staffers. Hands were wrung, apologies were made and it was medically determined that Sen. Dianne Feinstein doesn't have an ironic bone in her body.
  3. California County Tried to Seize Marijuana Plants without Warrant because Growing them Wasted Water
    A federal judge has ruled (pdf) against a California county that seized marijuana plants on private property without first obtaining a warrant, all in the name of preserving water.
  4. Ottawa Shooter Idenfitied As Canadian National Michael Abdul Zehaf Bibeau
    Moments ago CBS News reported, citing Law enforcement and U.S. Government sources, that the shooter in today's tragic Ottawa incident was Michael Abdul Zehaf Bibeau, born in Canada in 1982. One source says he sometime dropped the name Michael and went by Abdul Zehaf Bibeau. At other times he apparently dropped the Abdul. In a report from the Muslim Issue, Zehaf-Bibeau is said to be reportedly of Algerian descent.
  5. Hillary Clinton touts affordable higher education in $225k Las Vegas speech
    “You could give scholarships to thousands of students, benefit research on campus, give more students grants for research and studying,” Daniel Waqar, student relations director for the UNLV Student Government, told Nevada political journalist Jon Ralston in June.
  6. US Helping ISIS? One Accidental Airdrop vs Billions in Covert Aid
    The Washington Post would report that the United States military accidentally dropped by air at least one pallet of weapons and supplies that ended up in the hands of the so-called "Islamic State" or ISIS. While a combination of factors about this particular story appear suspicious, including SITE Intelligence Group's involvement in quickly disseminating an alleged video of ISIS terrorists rooting through the supplies, one fact remains.
  7. Complete Failure: Chicago's Speed Camera Traps Fail To Bring In The Revenue Mayor Emanuel Counted Upon
    Speed cameras, just like their red-light camera brethren, have been pretty well established as nothing more than revenue machines for local municipalities. Their application results in a myriad of issues, such as the fact that the cameras don't work, not to mention that the cameras don't work, oh, and the cameras don't work and the companies behind them might try to fudge the evidence if you dispute a ticket.
  8. Blackwater Founder Remains Free and Rich While His Former Employees Go Down on Murder Charges
    A federal jury in Washington, D.C., returned guilty verdicts against four Blackwater operatives charged with killing more than a dozen Iraqi civilians and wounding scores of others in Baghdad in 2007.
  9. How To Start A War, And Lose An Empire
    At that time the stakes weren't very high yet. There was much noise around a fellow named Magnitsky, a corporate lawyer-crook who got caught and died in pretrial custody. He had been holding items for some bigger Western crooks, who were, of course, never apprehended. The Americans chose to treat this as a human rights violation and responded with the so-called “Magnitsky Act” which sanctioned certain Russian individuals who were labeled as human rights violators. Russian legislators responded with the “Dima Yakovlev Bill,” named after a Russian orphan adopted by Americans who killed him by leaving him in a locked car for nine hours. This bill banned American orphan-killing fiends from adopting any more Russian orphans. It all amounted to a silly bit of melodrama.
  10. Canada’s domestic terror threat quietly elevated days before attack
    CSIS quietly raised the terror threat level just days before the attack in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que. But, top intelligence officials bluntly admit they can only do so much. Vassy Kapelos explains.
  11. Forex-Rigging Fines Could Hit $41 Billion Globally: Citi
    “Extrapolating European and, more importantly, U.S. penalties from a previous global settlement suggests to us a total potential global settlement on this key issue,” they said in the note.
    Four former security guards charged in the 2007 shootings of more than 30 Iraqis in Baghdad
  13. Belarus Wants to Criminalize Unemployment
    Taking an old-school approach to battle the woes of modern capitalism, Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko has endorsed a legislative ban on unemployment, Interfax reported Monday.
  14. Video: Footage from Globe reporter captures exchange of gun fire in Canada’s Parliament Hill building
    As many of you are probably already aware, there’s been a shooting at the Canadian parliament building earlier this morning. As of this post, the building is still on lockdown.
  15. Ancient Roman Nanotechnology Inspires Next-Generation Holograms for Information Storage
    The Lycurgus Cup, as it is known due to its depiction of a scene involving King Lycurgus of Thrace, is a 1,600-year-old jade green Roman chalice that changes colour depending on the direction of the light upon it. It baffled scientists ever since the glass chalice was acquired by the British Museum in the 1950s, as they could not work out why the cup appeared jade green when lit from the front but blood red when lit from behind.