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Joe Biden: The Architect of America’s Disastrous War on Drugs

As expected, former vice-president Joe Biden is once again running for president, joining what feels like a million other Democrats who have already declared their candidacies. (To name a few, the list of candidates currently includes Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Kamala D. Harris, Sen. Cory Booker, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, former San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper.) While Biden’s more moderate views offer an appealing alternative to the extremism championed by the likes of Sanders and Warren, his role as the godfather of…

Archaeologists Discover Hidden Fortified Wall In The Ancient City Of Lachish Built By King Solomon’s Son Rehoboam That Sheds Light On Judah

An archaeologist has recently uncovered a fortified wall in the ancient city of Lachish, a discovery he said shores up the biblical account of the site and suggests that a centralized kingdom ruled by King David and his descendants was founded and expanded earlier than previously believed. 2018 was an incredible year in the world of biblical archaeology, and today we read the story of the find of a fortified city in Lachish that looks like it was built by King Solomon’s son, Rehoboam. It’s amazing to me that, even with all these finds, you have people still debating the…

This Five-Minute Breathing Exercise Can Boost Brain and Heart Health

The way you breathe has a significant impact on your health, and various breathing exercises have been shown to improve your health and well-being in a number of ways. Most recently, researchers have found inspiratory muscle strength training — a technique that strengthens your respiratory musculature — can improve cardiovascular health, as well as cognitive and physical performance. Inspiratory muscle strength training (IMST) involves inhaling through a hand-held device that restricts air flow. By making you work harder to breathe in, you strengthen the muscles used for inhalation. The inspiratory muscle trainer device was originally developed for people with respiratory…

Nearly 102 Million Americans Do Not Have A Job Right Now – Worse Than At Any Point During The Last Recession

Wouldn’t it be horrible if the number of Americans without a job was higher today than it was during the Great Recession of 2008 and 2009?  Well, that is actually true.  As you will see below, nearly 102 million Americans do not have a job right now, and at no point during the last recession did that number ever surpass the 100 million mark.  Of course the U.S. population has grown a bit over the last decade, but as you will see below, the percentage of the population that is engaged in the labor force is only slightly above the…

Uber driver fired for refusing to drive woman to get abortion

Uber has permanently banned a driver in upstate New York for refusing to take a 20-year-old college student to an abortion facility. The incident went viral on mainstream media after the student wrote about the “worst, most backward day of my life” on Reddit. Uber confirmed “that the driver was removed from the service as his actions violated the company’s community guidelines,” according to Yahoo Lifestyle. Although the driver offered to take her back home, the student declined, and instead, after reaching her boyfriend, called a cab and went through with the abortion. She now wants to sue the driver,…

Dad calling gender-confused daughter a girl and not a boy constitutes ‘family violence,’ BC judge rules

A Canadian judge found a father guilty of “family violence” for publicly and privately referring to his 14-year-old daughter — who identifies as a boy — as a girl. British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Francesca Marzari also issued a yearlong restraining order forbidding the father from speaking publicly and to reporters about his legal action to stop his daughter, referred to in court documents as AB, receiving testosterone shots against his wishes, reported the The Federalist. Marzari further forbade the father from referring to his daughter as a girl, either directly to her or to third parties, from using “her…

Federal Appeals Court Outlaws Tire Chalking

Delivering a severe blow to the parking ticket industry, the Sixth Circuit US Court of Appeals on Monday said meter maids violate the US Constitution when they mark motorist tires with chalk. The three-judge appellate panel sided with a driver who brought suit against the city of Saginaw, Michigan, which sent out a pair of meter maids to mark the tires of cars in parking spaces for the purpose of issuing tickets. Last year, the town of 49,000 raised $222,094 from parking citations that range in cost from $15 to $100 each. Motorist Alison Patricia Taylor sued the city after…

Wall Street bankers make triumphant return to Saudi Arabia just in time for mass beheadings

Global finance leaders, who boycotted the Saudi investment summit last year over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, have returned to Riyadh despite the beheadings of dozens of people this week. Big investors, particularly from Wall Street, joined panels at the two-day financial forum which began on Wednesday in Riyadh. Larry Fink, CEO of US investment corporation BlackRock, told the conference that his company had bought some of Saudi state-owned oil giant Aramco’s bonds and was looking for other “opportunities” in the kingdom. Global finance leaders, who boycotted the Saudi investment summit last year over the murder of journalist Jamal…

3M Crash May be the Shape of Things to Come

Shares of 3M Co. plummeted toward its biggest one-day decline in over 30 years, after the industrial, health-care and consumer products company reported missed profit and revenue expectations, slashed its full-year outlook, and said it was cutting 2,000 jobs…. The percentage decline was second only to the 26% plunge on Oct. 19, 1987. That is the day referred to as Black Monday, with the Dow registered its biggest-ever one-day crash with a 22.6% tumble.MarketWatch 3M stock took its worst cliff-dive in thirty years today because its revenue plummeted this past quarter. Its stock had been on the rise all year…

Poll: Mitch McConnell Is Most Unpopular Senator

One of the highest ranking members in the Senate is now matched with the highest disapproval rating out of all of his colleagues, according to the latest poll from Morning Consult. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) received a whopping 50 percent unfavorable rating and is the only senator to have at least half of his constituency view him negatively. Morning Consult’s Senate approval rankings are published quarterly, and Thursday’s results are its first insight into the 116th Congress. Twenty-two senators can boast of an approval rating 50 percent or above, but McConnell is the only senator with at least…

Work till you die: McDonald’s teams up with AARP to Hire 250,000 Seniors…

Summer’s a busy time at McDonald’s—and the fast food chain is finding that teen workers aren’t as reliable as it would like in early morning shifts. So it’s focusing on the opposite end of the age spectrum for its seasonal hiring blitz. McDonald’s and AARP are teaming up to help fill roughly 250,000 jobs this summer. The company will also work with AARP on a five-state pilot program to match low-income American seniors with jobs. The jobs will range from cashier to shift manager, depending on the skills of the older workers. Many of the positions will be listed on…

Tesla reports $702 million loss in first quarter

Tesla reported Wednesday wider-than-expected loss of $702 million, or $4.10 a share, in the first quarter after disappointing delivery numbers, costs and pricing adjustments to its vehicles threw the automaker off of its profitability track. The loss included $188 million of non-recurring charges. When adjusted for one-time losses, Tesla lost $494 million, or $2.90 a share, compared with a loss of $3.35 a share a year ago. Tesla reported that it also incurred $67 million due to a combination of restructuring and other non-recurring charges. While analysts had anticipated a loss — an adjusted loss of $1.15 a share on…

Navy SEALs Tried for Months to Report Superior for War Crimes and Were Told to “Let It Go”

Navy SEALs who witnessed their platoon chief commit war crimes in Iraq were encouraged not to speak out, and told they could lose their jobs for reporting him at a private meeting with a superior officer last year, according to new reports from The New York Times. A confidential Navy criminal investigation obtained by the Times reveals that the commandos saw Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher stab and kill an unarmed teenage captive, shoot to death a young girl and old man, and fire indiscriminately into crowds of civilians. But when the men on Gallagher’s team called a private meeting…

Bobcats Over Washington on 9/11: What Were Two Mystery Aircraft Doing Overhead at the Time of the Pentagon Attack?

Two military aircraft were flying at high altitude near the Pentagon around the time it was hit on 9/11, but the identities of these aircraft and what they were doing over the Pentagon are unknown. The planes had the call signs “Bobcat 14” and “Bobcat 17.” A partial transcript of air traffic controller communications reveals they were communicating with the control tower at Washington’s Reagan National Airport, which is less than a mile from the Pentagon, between at least 9:31 a.m. and 9:40 a.m. on September 11. [1] (The attack on the Pentagon took place at 9:37 a.m. [2]) Radar…

ICANN has proposed removing price caps on all .org, .info, and .biz top level domains

ICANN’s current contract with Public Interest Registry (PIR), the group that runs the .org domain name, allows PIR to increase the wholesale price of .org domains by 10% a year. Now ICANN is proposing extending the contract to operate .org but letting PIR set whatever prices it wants. Rather than a 10% increase to renew your domain next year, PIR could suddenly start charging registrars like Namecheap, GoDaddy, etc. 100 times as much. In turn, registrars would have no choice but to pass these charges on to customers. Similar contract proposals may also impact .info and .biz prices. Here is…

Skip the Surveillance By Opting Out of Face Recognition At Airports

Government agencies and airlines have ignored years of warnings from privacy groups and Senators that using face recognition technology on travelers would massively violate their privacy. Now, the passengers are in revolt as well, and they’re demanding answers. Last week, a lengthy exchange on Twitter between a traveler who was concerned about her privacy and a spokesperson for the airline JetBlue went viral, and many of the questions asked by the traveler and others were the same ones that we’ve posed to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials: Where did you get my data? How is it protected? Which airports…

Hundreds of dead dolphins wash up on French coast

A record number of dead dolphins have washed up on France’s Atlantic coast in recent months after being caught in fishing nets, the Pelagis observatory said Thursday. “We’ve had around 1,200 small cetaceans along the coast” of the Bay of Biscay, of which more than 90 percent were common dolphins, biologist Olivier Van Canneyt told AFP. The observatory he works for said the number of dead dolphins had set a record each year since 2017, and warned that the species could be wiped out in the area. “There were two peaks in mid-February and mid-March linked to currents that are…

Amazon to offer one day shipping for slave goods….

Amazon revealed today that it’s working to offer free one-day shipping as the default for Amazon Prime customers, instead of the free two-day Prime shipping primarily offered today. “We’re currently working on evolving Prime two-day to Prime one-day,” says chief financial officer Brian Olsavsky during the company’s first quarter 2019 earnings call. The new free one-day shipping method should be different from today’s free same-day and free one-day shipping, which usually require you to order at least $35 worth of items. The free one-day shipping also won’t come at an additional cost to consumers, besides the required Prime membership subscription.…

We are wasting our supplies of helium and will run out within 15 to 20 years

es of the inert gas helium and will run out within 25 to 30 years, which will have disastrous consequences for hospitals and industry. Professor of physics, Robert Richardson from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, won the 1996 Nobel prize for his work on superfluidity in helium, and has issued a warning the supplies of helium are being used at an unprecedented rate and could be depleted within a generation. Liquid helium is vital for its use in cooling the superconducting magnets in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners. There is no substitute because no other substance has a lower…

PepsiCo sues 4 Indian farmers for $150,000 each for ‘infringing its rights’ by growing the potato variety used in its Lays chips

Just days after multi-billion dollar conglomerate PepsiCo sued four Gujarati farmers, asking them to pay ₹1.05 crore each as damages for ‘infringing its rights’ by growing the potato variety used in its Lays chips, farmers groups have launched a campaign calling for government intervention. The case is coming up for hearing in an Ahmedabad court on Friday. Warning that the case could set a precedent for other crops, farmers groups are pointing out that the law allows them to grow and sell any variety of crop or even seed as long as they don’t sell branded seed of registered varieties.…

14 States Still Have Laws Meant to Limit Poor Families’ Sizes

The first time Rachel Mulroy had to turn to Massachusetts’s cash welfare program, known in the state as Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC), her first daughter was two-and-a-half months old and Mulroy was fleeing an abusive relationship. She had been relying on family for financial support. “At some point, people had their own bills that they had to pay and I still couldn’t find any work,” she told Truthout. So she enrolled in TAFDC. The aid money wasn’t much — just the “bare minimum” to cover her needs, she said — but it got her through until…

New One Dollar Canadian Coin Features Two Men Kissing

Canada has unveiled a new one dollar commemorative coin that features two men kissing. The Royal Canadian Mint said the new coin represented “a key milestone for lesbian, gay, transgender, queer and two-spirited people.” Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau insisted that progress in terms of ‘LGBTQ2’ rights was not complete. “They recognize, as we should all recognize, that we are not at the end of this path,” he said. “We have much more to do.” The Royal Canadian Mint has unveiled a new commemorative loonie meant to celebrate "50 years of progress for LGBTQ2 Canadians."Read more: https://t.co/pRxKCWfEll pic.twitter.com/GucQ3ydzM7 — CTV…

Microsoft colluding with communist Chinese military to build AI systems that will execute civilians who resist government rule

Microsoft has been working with a Chinese military-run university on researching artificial intelligence that could be used for censorship and surveillance, according to a shocking new report from Financial Times. A series of scientific studies were co-authored by researchers from Microsoft Research Asia and scientists associated with China’s National University of Defense Technology (NUDT). This apparent relationship between Microsoft and a Chinese military university is now giving rise to a tidal wave of concerns. A number of experts have spoken out about the potential risks of U.S.-China academic relations, but there are also serious red flags about the artificial intelligence…

Americans abandoning New York, New Jersey, other high-tax states

Tax burdens Opens a New Window. continue to weigh on the minds of the nation’s residents, as the highest-tax states Opens a New Window. saw large outflows of residents last year. “About 0.47 percent of people have migrated out of New York Opens a New Window. , which is the highest of any of the 50 states … it’s like 40,000 people,”  Dolly Lenz Real Estate Managing Director Jenny Lenz told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo, adding that many of them are moving to Florida because “the taxes are so low.” Meanwhile, the prospect of new taxes on residents is beginning…

Senate bill to penalize doctors who refuse patients who aren’t vaccinated

There is a bill being discussed in Texas that would penalize doctors who refuse to treat non-vaccinated patients. If passed, Senate Bill 2351 would make doctors who refuse service based on vaccination status not eligible for state funding for services provided to patients. “Some medical professionals refuse to treat patients in their practice based on a patient’s personal decision to refuse a vaccine,” said Senator Bob Hall, who authored the bill. WATCH VIDEO HERE! Opponents of the bill say they want to maintain the right to turn away patients based on immunization status, as patients who don’t vaccinate for non-medical reasons put patients…

MONTAGE: Biden’s best blunders, greatest gaffes

Former vice president Joe Biden announced his 2020 bid for president on Thursday with some sharp criticism of Donald Trump, alleging the president will forever ruin America without his saving grace. The 2020 race, Biden said, is about morality and racism and dignity, coincidentally all issues “Creepy Uncle Joe” himself has struggled with throughout his decades as a politician. The obvious hypocrisy provides the perfect opportunity to reflect on the many other ridiculous remarks that have come out of Biden’s mouth over the years, from blatantly racist stereotypes to sexual innuendo to obscene and inappropriate language both in office and…

Corrupt Baltimore Democrat Mayor May Have Fled State After FBI and IRS Raid of Her Home and Office

In March 2018 Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh announced at that the city would send 60 buses to the march against guns in Washington DC. later in the month. The Baltimore city school system did not have the money to heat the schools in 2018 but found the money to bus kids to an anti-gun rally. Earlier this week the FBI and IRS agents executed search warrants at two homes of Mayor Catherine Pugh, one of her businesses, offices in City Hall, as well as the residence of one of her aides. Pugh has been on leave since April 1, ostensibly…

‘I Spy With My Little Eye…MK Ultra” CIA Sets Up Instagram, Immediately Trolled

Central Intelligence Agency director Gina Haspel earlier indicated that the intelligence service would set up an account on the popular platform “to educate the public” about what the agency does. The CIA’s account, which went live Thursday, features just one post for now, with a picture of a desk and the tag line “I spy with my little eye…” The desk features a variety of stereotypical spy agency stuff, including a wig, headphones (perhaps for listening in on people without their consent), an “I want to travel the world” piggybank, obviously referring to the CIA’s global operations, a series of maps, a clock with two second hands, documents, badges, and a stamp…

Devil’s in the Details: IRS Recognizes Church of Satan for Tax Purposes

The Satanic Temple, one of a host of Satanic organizations in the US, announced on its website that it has been recognized as a church by the Internal Revenue Service, making it, according to the temple, “the very first time in history [that] a Satanic organization has been recognized by the United States federal government as a church.” The move by the IRS “will help make sure the Satanic Temple has the same access to public spaces as other religious organizations, affirm our standing in court when battling religious discrimination, and enable us to apply for faith-based government grant.” Satanic Temple co-founder Lucien Greaves said, “In…

Brent touches $75 per barrel after Europe halts Russian crude imports

Brent crude hit $75 per barrel on Thursday for the first time in nearly six months after quality concerns suspended some Russian crude exports to Europe while the United States prepared to tighten sanctions on Iran. Poland and Germany suspended imports of Russian crude via the Druzhba pipeline, citing contamination. The pipeline can ship up to 1 million barrels per day, or 1 percent of global crude demand, and about 700,000 bpd of flow was suspended, according to trading sources and Reuters calculations. Russia, the world’s second-largest crude exporter, said it planned to start pumping clean fuel to Europe through…

Ditching Your Smartphone May Actually Help You Live Longer

It may come as little surprise, but as it turns out, smartphones aren’t actually making our lives easier. Whether it’s the constant pinging of notifications vying for our attention, the temptation of playing around on our phones at all hours of the day, the blue light of LED screens degrading our eyesight and sleep patterns, the inexorable growth of a culture of distraction, or the mounting proof that social media can make our lives miserable, the evidence has grown irrefutable that we should probably reevaluate our dependence on our smartphones. As it turns out, there is a simple reason underlying…

The Satanic Temple Has Evolved Into An Anti-Trump Movement, And Leftists Are Flocking To It

The Satanic Temple is the perfect religion for progressives.  You can believe anything you want, as long as you hate what Donald Trump, Christians and conservatives believe.  Unlike the Church of Satan, the Satanic Temple doesn’t even believe in a supernatural entity called Satan.  Instead, they celebrate Satan as “the ultimate rebel”, and they relish in using the symbol of Satan to greatly upset Christians.  The Satanic Temple was founded in 2013, and from the very beginning it was clear that they were primarily a political movement.  In fact, they openly tell prospective members that the only real requirement for…

$220,000 For Every Man, Woman And Child – America Is Now 72 Trillion Dollars In Debt

Are you ready to cough up $220,000 to pay your share?  One of the reasons why a day of reckoning for the U.S. economy is inevitable is because we are in way too much debt.  The 22 trillion dollar debt that the federal government has accumulated gets most of the attention, but the truth is that we would still be 50 trillion dollars in debt even if the national debt was eliminated somehow.  Today, debt levels are exploding on every level of society.  Corporate debt has more than doubled since the last financial crisis, U.S. consumers are more than 13…

Florida Court Reverses Ban On Anti-Cancer License Plate Frames

The Florida Court of Appeal on Wednesday lifted a court-imposed ban on license plate frames, including one for a popular charity. The Fort Lauderdale-based car dealership AutoNation has raised $18 million for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation by attaching a pink frame to the vehicles it sells and asking customers to add a contribution of their own. Last year, the court found a similar frame that partially blocked the phrase “MyFlorida.com” and “Sunshine State” violated a state law forbidding anything from covering the word “Florida” (view case). That ruling, however, was based on the law in effect at the time…

Communist Chinese embedding spies in cancer centers to steal U.S. government-funded cancer research

When you think of jobs that are serving the greater good, cancer researchers often come out near the top given the potential to save millions of lives. However, not all of them have such pure aspirations. Two tenured scientists at a renowned cancer hospital in the U.S. were recently fired because of their involvement in a Chinese effort to steal American research. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center President Dr. Peter Pisters said the facility received a letter from the National Institutes of Health last year outlining five faculty members’ conflicts of interest and unreported foreign income. Letters were also sent by…

Same group that pushes mandatory vaccines at gunpoint now says citizens should never own guns to defend themselves

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), a rabidly pro-vaccine front group working on behalf of Big Pharma, recently mailed out a deceptive survey to its members asking them to explain how they are engaging in “Firearm Injury Prevention” – as if it’s part of the normal job description of doctors and pediatricians to somehow encourage their patients to avoid owning guns under any circumstances. As reported by “Dr. LateBloomer,” a firearms owner and pediatrician who writes under this alias for her own protection, the AAP survey – which she personally received as one of the organization’s members – asks all…

Next Stop On The War Train – Iran, Venezuela Or North Korea?

If you learn one rule about how governments function today, it should be that political leaders are usually puppets and the real decision makers are almost never out in the open. The questions is, how does one know for certain that this is the case with a specific leader? His rhetoric might be compelling, he probably knows every buzzword to spark your interest, and he might even throw you some legislative scraps from the political table every once in a while to make you think that he’s going to follow through on his campaign promises, but does he actually believe…

New York City tickets 12 people for defying measles vaccination order

New York City has issued civil summonses to 12 people it said were not complying with a mandatory measles vaccination order as the number of recorded cases in the city’s worst outbreak since 1991 rose to 390, according to data released on Wednesday. The city’s outbreak of the highly contagious and sometimes deadly virus began last October and has been largely confined to children in Orthodox Jewish communities in Brooklyn. Two of the 61 additional cases confirmed since Thursday are in pregnant women, the city’s Health Department said in a statement. The Health Department took the unusual step earlier this…

A horrible future awaits for anyone who depends on government

Lice, cockroaches, and root canals all have better approval ratings than Congress. Congress controls government spending. And nine out of every ten people say the government doesn’t spend tax dollars wisely. 57% say tax rates are too high. (But only 13% want to cut right to the heart of the issue and abolish the IRS.) And whatever side of the aisle you’re on, the voters’ choice of President seems to be getting more ludicrous with each election cycle. We all agree there is plenty to bitch about when it comes to the government. But I’m still waiting for people to…

The Mysterious Reason Hospitals Won’t Reveal Dangerous Pathogens

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has three levels of travel health notices. Watch Level 1 asks travelers to take precautions; Alert Level 2 recommends taking enhanced precautions; and Warning Level 3 warns U.S. residents to avoid nonessential travel.1 In January, the agency sent an urgent public warning2 of an Alert Level 2 when an antibiotic-resistant bacteria — Pseudomonas aeruginosa — affected at least 12 Americans3 having elective surgery in Tijuana, Mexico. Half of the 12 infected in Mexico had their surgery at Grand View Hospital. The alert continued to outline the current situation and what travelers to…

UNTREATABLE Lyme Disease Could Affect 2 Million Americans By 2020

Scientists are saying that the number of Americans who could suffer from Lyme disease could skyrocket to 2 million by the year 2020. Although little is known about the tick-borne illness, the problem is that the type of Lyme disease expected to affect people in the U.S. is untreatable. Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne illness in the U.S. It is a condition caused by the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria, which is spread by infected ticks. Those who contract the bacterial infection suffer several symptoms, such as a fever, headache, chills, tiredness, joint and muscle aching, as well as swollen…

Coming for your teen: researchers testing the effectiveness of acne vaccine

t was announced in September of 2018 that a vaccine for acne was close.2 While acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the world, I’m not sure another vaccine is the answer. I mean, do we really need vaccines for everything? (Thankfully, there are some doctors who know how important a role food plays in almost everything.) ” The team of researchers has so far conducted a series of experiments on mice and isolated human tissue. Through these tests, they have shown that the use of lab-created antibodies to target a toxin produced by the P. acnes bacteria can…

Hail apocalypse: 13 killed and over 100 injured as hailstorm ravages three villages in Uganda

13 people have been killed and 100 others have been injured following a heavy rain and hail storm in Buyende district, Uganda. The unusual weather ravaged the villages of Kabugudo, Nabweyo, and Nakabembe between 8:00 pm and 10:30pm on Sunday, April 21, 2019. Most of the deceased were swept away by floods into nearby swamps where they drowned. The storm swept away 300 homes and residents have found refuge at Kidera health centre IV. Survivors were transferred either to Kidera health centre IV or Kamuli general hospital respectively. A victim explains she decided to lock herself in her house. However,…

Disaster: Biden Campaign Already Broke, Bickering, and Way, Way Behind

Joe Biden has longed to be president for decades, but the 2020 campaign — which is likely to be his last shot — is off to a very rocky start. The man who served for under Barack Obama should be seasoned at the game. After all, Biden first ran for president way back in 1988, although he withdrew before noted political disaster Michael Dukakis secured the Democratic nomination. Biden stepped up to the plate again two decades later in 2008, trying his best to win against both Obama and Hillary Clinton. He fell short, although that effort did secure him…

As US Government Strangles Iran’s Economy, Google ‘Suffocates’ Iranian Media

The recent shutdown of PressTV and HispanTV’s YouTube and Gmail accounts are more examples of the continued effort by the US government to silence Iranian media outlets, Alex Rubinstein, a journalist for MintPress News, told Sputnik. “I think that this is part of a larger trend of cracking down on Iranian media,” Rubinstein told Radio Sputnik’s By Any Means Necessary on Wednesday. “Just as this was happening, the United States was saying that we want to bring down Iranian oil exports to zero. Well, it seems like they’re also trying to bring down Iranian expression down to zero through these kinds of moves.” “It’s a message which both strangles their economy and also…

Here’s what happens when you tell the truth in America

If you’re ever wondered what happens to you when you tell the truth in America, I’ve posted a podcast that details the stunning sequence of attacks that will target you to silence your words. It doesn’t matter whether you’re telling the truth about vaccines, Big Pharma, the Federal Reserve, the military industrial complex, the filthy food industry, toxic pesticides, corrupt doctors or the LGBT / pedophilia agenda… you’ll be treated in exactly the same way. You will be de-platformed, shadowbanned, smeared, defamed, blacklisted, vilified and your platform will be demonetized. You’ll be de-listed by Google, banned from Twitter, demonized by…

VIDEO: Masked, heavily armed men escort migrants across AZ border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection released video over the weekend showing the “escalation of tactics” used to smuggle illegal immigrants into the country, which now apparently involves heavily armed security. #USBP cameras capture armed men escorting Central American mother and son across the U.S./Mexico border in #Arizona @CBP video available here: https://t.co/xyD26HRlVj pic.twitter.com/dvI3c4ddO6 — CBP Arizona (@CBPArizona) April 23, 2019 “U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Ajo station apprehended a woman and her eight-year-old son after witnessing armed subjects escort the pair into the United States, west of Lukeville, Arizona, Saturday night,” the CBP reports. “Border Patrol cameras observed…

CDC Confirms First Known ‘Kissing Bug’ Sighting in Delaware

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has officially confirmed the presence of Triatoma sanguisuga in Delaware for the first time. The parasitic insect feeds on the blood of animals and humans, and is nicknamed for its preference for biting faces. Like ticks and mosquitoes, the bites themselves are not the primary risk factor — it is the diseases they carry that pose real danger. Specifically, these “kissing bugs” are known to carry other parasitic organisms, known as “protists,” called Trypanosoma cruzi. These microscopic invaders transmit Chagas disease. Chagas plays the long game. While it begins by presenting swollen lymph nodes, fever,…

Twitter shadow bans Michael Savage after he questions Notre Dame fire story

First they came for Alex Jones, now it’s Michael Savage. Thought police at Twitter have reportedly shadow banned the acclaimed conservative radio host and best-selling author after Savage weighed in on the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris last week. While the mainstream media avoided the words “terrorist attack,” Savage pointed out that “in 2016 radical Islamist were caught in front of the cathedral with gas canisters in their car. Those terrorists were “arrested and sentenced just last week,” Savage posted on April 15. Shortly after, Savage realized Twitter drastically reduced his visibility to followers without any explanation for…

U.S. Farmers Are Being Bled by the Tractor Monopoly

The unpredictable weather in southern Minnesota means that spring planting season is brief and often frantic, sometimes requiring 24-hour shifts if the weather requires it. Farmers who want to get their crops in the ground can’t afford to waste an hour. So when John Nauerth III, a farmer in remote Jackson, had trouble with his tractor last spring, he was worried. In years past, he told me over the phone, he might’ve diagnosed and fixed the problem with a screwdriver, or called a local mechanic. But as tractors become as complex as Teslas, agricultural equipment manufacturers and their authorized dealerships…

The Homeless Are Dying in Record Numbers on the Streets of Los Angeles

A record number of homeless people — 918 last year alone — are dying across Los Angeles County, on bus benches, hillsides, railroad tracks and sidewalks. Deaths have jumped 76% in the past five years, outpacing the growth of the homeless population, according to a Kaiser Health News analysis of the coroner’s data. Health officials and experts have not pinpointed a single cause for the sharp increase in deaths, but they say rising substance abuse may be a major reason. The surge also reflects growth in the number of people who are chronically homeless and those who don’t typically use…

TABBI: Russiagate was journalist QAnon (Part 1)

The final revelation, tabbed MUELLER DAY, was a national emergency for most news organizations. Most every reporter and editor with profile was recalled to man barricades on the morning of April the 18th,* and await the bombshell of bombshells. Every broadcast and cable station, major newspaper, and online outlet went into crash mode, an old-school newsroom drama in which every employee coffees up to deliver nonstop marathon content about the Most Important Story In History. Will the Anchorman panda finally give birth? Will Baby Jessica come up alive after 56 hours down a well? Could there be sounds of life…

NBC and CNN Caught FAKING Measles Pics

The mainstream media has been caught red handed faking measles photos of children seemingly in an attempt to scare the public into to getting vaccinated. YouTube reporter Nathan Stolpman of the Lift The Veil channel reveals the photos along with recent news about people being fined for not getting the MMR jab. This article first appeared at Activist Post.

Don’t do it: 23 compelling reasons not to reveal your DNA

DNA testing is a booming global business enabled by the internet. Millions of people have sent samples of their saliva to commercial labs in hopes of learning something new about their personal health or heritage, primarily in the United States and Europe. In some places, commercial tests are banned. In France, you could face a fine of around $4,000 USD for taking one. Industry giants Ancestry.com, 23andMe, MyHeritage and FamilyTreeDNA market their services online, share test results on websites, and even offer tutorials on how to search for relatives in phone directories, or share results in social media. They often…

Why US & Saudi Arabia fear Iran-Pakistan cooperation

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Tehran has been marred by two recent deadly attacks. Despite an apparent willingness to cooperate, there remains many outside players who will push for this alliance to fail. Someone clearly hates the idea of peaceful dialogue between Iran and Pakistan. Whether a coincidence or not, the timing of an attack in Pakistan within barely a day or two of a planned visit to Iran’s capital by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is certainly perfect timing for those who view an increasing relationship between the two nations through negative terms. The attack in question…