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New Bill Forces Citizens to Install Gov’t Software and Pay Porn Access Fee To Fund Border Wall

The free-thinking argument, that blows away the notion of illegal prostitution, is that of pornography. Pornography, or porn, is nothing more than prostitution that has been state-sanctioned, taxed, filmed, and distributed. However, because it is taxed — politicians have generally left it alone — until now. A ridiculous new way for the state to generate revenue has appeared as an act of legislation in Arizona this week as lawmakers try to force citizens to pay the state before they view porn online. But it gets much worse. The newly proposed legislation, House Bill 2444 is proposed by State Rep. Gail Griffin and…

Washington Has Appointed A President For Venezuela

After listening since 2016 to the American presstitutes complain, without providing a mere scrap of evidence, of Russia meddling in US elections, a person would think that the last thing Washington would do would be to meddle in other countries’ elections. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Washington routinely meddles but now has gone far beyond mere meddling. Washington has this day (January 23, 2019) declared that the elected president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, is no longer the Venezuelan president. Washington, not the Venezulan people, has decided who is Venezuela’s president. Declaring the elected government to be “illegitimate,” President Trump…

Did Khashoggi Really Die?

I have not been convinced about the claims coming from Turkey and from the Washington Post and others regarding the allegations of a gruesome murder of intelligence asset, Jamal Khashoggi, in October, 2018. There are too many anomalies as it was portrayed by various statements from Turkey President Erdogan, and echoed by a chorus of the Western mainstream media. Recent research suggests that perhaps Khashoggi was never in that Saudi Consulate in Istanbul that day, and in fact may still be quite alive and in hiding. If so, it suggests a far larger story behind the affair. Let’s consider the…

Scientist Explains How Cow’s Milk Leeches Calcium From Your Bones & Makes Them Weaker

It’s remarkable to analyze why many of us believe that milk, which is designed to help calves develop, is also suitable for human beings. We are the only species on the planet that consumes the milk of another animal. Furthermore, we are the only species on the planet who continues to drink milk after weaning. Even for cows, this would be a no-no. There are multiple studies showing that drinking milk for a cow leads to an increased mortality rate and actually makes bones more prone to fracturing, not less. One example would be this giant study from researchers at Uppsala University in Sweden.…

This world needs dangerous men…

To the men who will listen, This world needs dangerous men. Dangerous men are the warriors who defend their kingdoms in the past from the violent barbaric hordes who were invading. Dangerous men, men not made of fear, are the ones who go out into the wild, sword in hand and meet the monsters who prey on the weak. The world needs men who are kind but violent when kindness has no use. We need the right kind of dangerous men. The protectors, the gladiators, the Spartans, legions of men who stand quiet and focused. We do not need soft…

This Chinese app tells you if you’re within 500 metres of someone in debt, the app is part of China’s vision for a social credit system by 2020

Google knows a lot about you: what you look like, how you sound, your favourite place to get coffee. But all that information stays within Google, it isn’t handed over to the UK government, who can then use it to decide if you deserve a mortgage or can go on holiday. In China, things work a little differently. The country is gearing up to launch a social credit system in 2020, giving all citizens an identity number that will be linked to a permanent record. Like a financial score, everything from paying back loans to behaviour on public transport will…

Virginia Considers Cameras To Issue Tickets On Alternate Routes Around Toll Road, Plan to toll Virginia interstate creates photo ticketing system to cite people who take alternate routes to avoid tolls

Drivers who take a highway exit to avoid having to pay a toll on Virginia’s Interstate 81 could end up paying far more after a ticket arrives in the mail. The state Senate Transportation Committee will consider a proposal later today that would authorize tolling on I-81. Introduced by state Senator Mark D. Obenshain (R-Harrisonburg), the measure would also allow private companies to operate a new type of automated photo enforcement camera that issues tickets based on a motorist’s choice of route. Those attempting to save a bit of money by taking a side street could be subjected to a…

Sandy Hook: The Highly Unlikely Suicide of Abe Dabela, Part 1.

Nearly five years have passed since the murder of Attorney Abe Dabela. But some previously unpublished information may remove some of the moss growing over the story of his tragic death. Leafy, prosperous Redding, Connecticut, which sits near the middle of Fairfield County, was originally named “Reading,” not because of an especially literate population but because of one lawyer named John Read. Read would help define the town’s boundaries in 1767, but soon after the town was named after him, a decision was made to change the spelling to plain, easy-to-pronounce Redding, obscuring reference to John Read – and literacy.…

Coming Soon to a Police Station Near You: The DNA ‘Magic Box’

They call it the “magic box.” Its trick is speedy, nearly automated processing of DNA. “It’s groundbreaking to have it in the police department,” said Detective Glenn Vandegrift of the Bensalem Police Department. “If we can do it, any department in the country can do it.” Bensalem, a suburb in Bucks County, near Philadelphia, is on the leading edge of a revolution in how crimes are solved. For years, when police wanted to learn whether a suspect’s DNA matched previously collected crime-scene DNA, they sent a sample to an outside lab, then waited a month or more for results. But…

IRS Becoming Big Brother With $99-Million Supercomputer – will give the agency the “unprecedented ability to track the lives and transactions of tens of millions of American citizens”

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is building a $99-million supercomputer that will give the agency the “unprecedented ability to track the lives and transactions of tens of millions of American citizens,” tax expert Daniel Pilla reports. The IRS is already dangerous enough, notes Pilla. “The IRS lays claim to your data without court authority more so than any other government agency. And to make matters worse, they share the data with any other federal, state or local government agency claiming an interest, including foreign governments.” The IRS already receives billions of tax documents annually, and the amount of information the…

Is Big Tech Merging With Big Brother? Kinda Looks Like It

A friend of mine, who runs a large television production company in the car-mad city of Los Angeles, recently noticed that his intern, an aspiring filmmaker from the People’s Republic of China, was walking to work. When he offered to arrange a swifter mode of transportation, she declined. When he asked why, she explained that she “needed the steps” on her Fitbit to sign in to her social media accounts. If she fell below the right number of steps, it would lower her health and fitness rating, which is part of her social rating, which is monitored by the government.…

A variety of potentially toxic substances, including the widely-used weed-killer glyphosate, has been found in babies’ diapers

A variety of potentially toxic substances, including the widely-used weed-killer glyphosate, has been found in babies’ diapers in France, according to a study on Wednesday by the French environment agency ANSES. The study said research had found substances including butylphenyl methylpropional used in beauty products and certain aromatic hydrocarbons as well as glyphosate. All of them pose potential risks. The French government said manufacturers and retailers should ensure that the substances are removed from diapers. The agency said health risks could not be excluded, although French Health Minister Agnes Buzyn said the current situation regarding how diapers were made did…

Venezuela protests: ‘Four dead’ as thousands rally against Maduro

Tens of thousands are gathering across Venezuela to march in protest against President Nicolás Maduro. Four people are said to have died in clashes before the protests, as riot police mobilise to guard demonstrators. National Assembly president Juan Guaidó, who organised the opposition march, is urging the army to disobey the government. On Wednesday he took an oath where he declared himself as “acting president” of the country. Before the protests, the US government signalled its support for Mr Guaidó and called for President Maduro to go. Early images from Wednesday’s protests show some demonstrators facing off against National Guard…

City of Milwaukee wrote $168,000 worth of parking tickets in weekend snowstorm

The newest number out show thousands of drivers ended up with parking tickets after the latest snow storm in Milwaukee. The city cashed in by writing $168,000 worth of tickets to people who ignored the alternate side parking rules. Those rules were in effect for just 14 hours during Saturday night and Sunday morning and again Sunday night to Monday morning. It means workers were writing 300 tickets an hour during that time period. Riverwest resident Michael Lerret he feels lucky to have missed out on a ticket. He said he tries to follow the rules but there are not…

John McAfee Flees U.S. for Alleged Tax Fraud

John Mcafee, the US presidential candidate, and a business tycoon has recently uploaded a video on his Twitter account. According to the video, McAfee is living in an exile on a boat after the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) charged him on Tax evasion frauds of felonious nature. John, a long-term crypto advocate who was going to run for the President in 2020, is in a rocking boat (quite literally!). He has been charged by the IRS for using cryptocurrencies in criminal activities along with four other 2020 Presidential candidates. McAfee Running Presidential Campaign in Exile John in his Twitter video…

Will Dollar Stores Be The End Of Local American Retail?

Dollar stores are emerging as a silent killer of retail across the country. Fellow Forbes.com contributor Warren Shoulberg characterized them as the “true retail disruptors.” Shoulberg reports that there are now more dollar stores than the six largest U.S. retailers combined – Walmart, Kroger, Costco, Home Depot, CVS and Walgreens. The two market leaders — Dollar General and Dollar Tree, which also operates Family Dollar — have 30,000 stores between them. “The role of the dollar stores in the massive deconstruction of American retailing is barely mentioned,” Shoulberg writes. He further states that dollar stores “are changing the landscape in ways that…

Steemit Gets New Boss Following Mass Layoffs

Following a disastrous 2018 that saw it shed 28 staff members – 70 percent of its total employee strength – toward the end of the year, Steemit has announced that Elizabeth Powell is stepping into the role of Managing Director. The November layoffs underlined the impact of the 2018 crypto bear market on Steemit, which was once hailed as the decentralized alternative to Reddit before losing more than 93 percent of its value over the course of the year. Powell replaces Ned Scott as CEO, bringing her previous experience as the company’s head of communications and advocacy. Scotto n his…

UFOs, warp drives, stargates: Freedom of Information query reveals secret list of Pentagon research projects

The United States Defence Intelligence Agency has one great fear: that someone, somewhere, has an unknown advantage … a secret weapon that could topple the world’s sole superpower from its perch. So when it hears talk of UFOs, stargates and warp drives — it takes it seriously. Seriously enough to spend some serious money on. Documents released under a freedom of information request confirm the DIA went full “X-Files” and established teams to examine almost every seemingly outlandish idea it encountered. Just in case. Now Federation of American Scientists’ Project on Government Secrecy director Steven Aftergood has gotten his hands…

Study Finds Traffic Ticket Debt Hits Poor Hardest

The impact of traffic tickets on motorists who are struggling economically can be devastating, according to a recent study by an economics researcher at Princeton University. Steven Mello, who is finalizing his doctorate in economics, conducted an analysis of the impact of traffic tickets on Florida drivers using individual credit report data with payrolls to calculate the impact of a citation. From 2011 to 2015, about 4.5 million Florida drivers received a traffic citation, amounting to nearly a third of the driving age population. Demographic data show more tickets are issued in low-income areas, and in these areas each ticket…

Bill Gates and the World’s Elite DO NOT VACCINATE their own children… and for good reason

The absolute worst medical decision a parent of a newborn child can make is to allow doctors and nurses to severely compromise the immune system of their infant by injecting him or her with known neurotoxins, foreign proteins, and carcinogens like mercury, formaldehyde, monkey kidney cells, pig viruses, and genetically modified cells from human abortions. That’s why billionaire Bill Gates, the infamous and insidious population control freak and Microsoft mogul, refused to vaccinate his own children when they were growing up, even while he promotes toxic jabs all over the world, especially in third world countries. It’s true. Gates’ former…

States with the highest & lowest property taxes

Property taxes are the single largest revenue source for local governments, used to fund fire and police departments, schools, and road maintenance, including snow removal, cleaning, and repair. In 2015, the average U.S. property taxes per person was $1,518. Since property taxes are ratified, collected, and spent almost entirely at the municipal level, depending on where you live, property taxes can be either relatively low or a major financial burden. Generally, property taxes are collected as a set share of the value of a home or parcel of land. Depending on local laws, home or property values are assessed periodically…

France To Make ‘Unsanctioned’ Protesting Illegal In Light Of Yellow Vests Movement

The Yellow Vests hit the streets and began raising awareness about the latest economic austerity measures in France that have impacted everything from gas prices to taxes for the middle class. The distaste for how things are being governed in France has been building for many years and has simply boiled over into this movement. Similar to most mass protests we’ve seen over the past few years, mainstream media constantly focuses on the violence that’s often brought forth only by a few people, which steers attention away from the actual issues they’re protesting against. In fact, I would not be surprised…

More and more millennials are ditching doctors….

More and more millennials are ditching the doctor and many don’t even have a primary care physician, according to a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation. Some doctors say this could lead to people overlooking serious health issues. Dr. Niket Sonpal, adjunct assistant professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, joined CBSN New York’s Janelle Burrell to explain what’s behind this health trend. “I think there’s a few reasons. I think the primary one happens to be access to care,” he said. “We found that millennials tend to want to have access to care right away, they want it immediately…

Social media can predict what you’ll say, even if you don’t participate

There have been a number of high-profile criminal cases that were solved using the DNA that family members of the accused placed in public databases. One lesson there is that our privacy isn’t entirely under our control; by sharing DNA with you, your family has the ability to choose what everybody else knows about you. Now, some researchers have demonstrated that something similar is true about our words. Using a database of past tweets, they were able to effectively pick out the next words a user was likely to use. But they were able to do so more effectively if…

Alcohol-Linked Disease Overtakes Hep C As Top Reason For Liver Transplant

An estimated 17,000 Americans are on the waiting list for a liver transplant, and there’s a strong chance that many of them have alcohol-associated liver disease. ALD now edges out hepatitis C as the No. 1 reason for liver transplants in the United States, according to research published Tuesday in JAMA Internal Medicine. One reason for the shift, researchers said, is that hepatitis C, which used to be the leading cause of liver transplants, has become easier to treat with drugs. Another could be an increasing openness within the transplant community to a candidate’s history of alcohol and addiction and…

Ron Paul: How stable can the system be, if it’s threatened by Fed transparency? Those who claim that auditing the Fed will jeopardize the economy are implicitly saying that the current system is flawed

President Trump’s frustration with the Federal Reserve’s (minuscule) interest rate increases that he blames for the downturn in the stock market has reportedly led him to inquire if he has the authority to remove Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. Chairman Powell has stated that he would not comply with a presidential request for his resignation, meaning President Trump would have to fire Powell if Trump was serious about removing him. The law creating the Federal Reserve gives the president power to remove members of the Federal Reserve Board — including the chairman — “for cause.” The law is silent on what…

Scientists discover hidden blood networks that cross through bone

For years, physiologists looking closely at bones noticed something puzzling. It was a microscopic prison break, blood cells slipping unseen from the enclosed depths of the bone marrow into the general circulation. “We have the bone marrow, which produces the blood cells, and when you need them, you need them urgently. But how do they get out?” said Svetlana Komarova, who studies bone biology at McGill University in Montreal. Sure, textbooks showed entrances and exits, but they were enormous arteries and veins at the ends of bones — an impractical route if the body needs a quick burst of the…

New IRS spy software is ultimate Big Brother…

One of the reasons identify theft is considered by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration to be the crime of the century is because of the IRS. The Internal Revenue Service makes growing demands for information about people’s businesses and private lives every day. There is no such thing as personal privacy these days. That the IRS sends citizens a so-called “Privacy Act Notice” in all its mailings is a farce. The IRS lays claim to your data without court authority more so than any other government agency. And to make matters worse, they share the data with any…

Bible site where ‘God met Moses’ to be BULLDOZED for ‘super city’ by Saudi Arabia

Bible scholars have claimed there is evidence that suggests the peak Jabal al-Lawz in the Middle Eastern kingdom is actually Mount Sinai. The site is a 8,460 foot peak known as the “mountain of almonds”, located in north east Saudi Arabia near the border with Jordan. Moses leads the Israelites to the mountain which is enveloped by fire, smoke and thunder, according to the Book of Exodus in the Bible. The prophet then ascends Mount Sinai where he convenes with God to receive the Ten Commandments. Experts from the Doubting Thomas Research Foundation have backed the location of Sinai, and…

When Governments Restrict Guns, People Make Their Own By the Millions

Around the world, governments attempt to limit subjects’ legal access to weapons—ostensibly to keep the peace, but in reality often done to minimize challenges to government power. And, around the world, those subjects defy such restrictions, often going so far as to manufacture weapons outside official channels. In fact, DIY firearms ranging in sophistication from muskets to grenade launchers exist in the millions across the planet, according to a new report that should (but won’t) finally demonstrate to government officials the futility of efforts to disarm people who insist on being free. I’ve written before that defiance of restrictive gun…

The REAL Story About the “MAGA Kids” and the Native Elder the MSM Won’t Tell You (with Substantiating Video)

Last Friday, protesters with vastly different worldviews collided in Washington, D.C. The incident itself was not nearly as troubling as the mainstream media’s portrayal of the incident. This is reminiscent of another time the MSM only showed a portion of a video to skew the truth and support a politically correct agenda. In case you are not familiar with this story, here’s some background. Students from Covington Catholic – an all-male high school in Kentucky – were in D.C. for the March for Life rally.  That day, a Native American group was participating in an Indigenous People’s March. Both groups met…

The most powerful and effective home remedies you can use instead of ibuprofen

Ibuprofen is a type of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is often used to relieve pain, fever, and inflammation related to a wide range of health conditions. Some people treat this over-the-counter (OTC) drug as a “cure all” panacea for many of their ailments. However, ibuprofen can often cause unwanted side effects, such as constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, bloating, and nervousness. Fortunately, you can still relieve pain and inflammation without the unintended side effects by using a range of powerful and effective natural home remedies. Turmeric Curcumin is an active ingredient found in turmeric that possesses anti-inflammatory properties. Due to its…

Join the club: Nearly half of Canadians within $200 of insolvency

The number of Canadians who are $200 or less away from financial insolvency at month-end has jumped to 46 per cent, up from 40 per cent in the previous quarter, as interest rates rise according to a new poll. A survey conducted for insolvency firm MNP Ltd. in December also found that 31 per cent of Canadians say they don’t make enough to cover their bills and debt payments, up seven per cent from the September poll. The results released Monday also indicated that 51 per cent of respondents say they are feeling the pinch of interest rate increases, up…

Expected Labor Cost Increases Continue To Drive Grocery Stores Toward Automation

Western Beef Supermarket recently accelerated plans to integrate Toshiba Self Checkout Systems at its locations after a successful piloting, continuing with five additional stores in New York. These systems are designed to improve the customer experience by reducing wait times. As a benefit to Western Beef, the shift to automated checkouts will reduce staff and help the supermarket keep costs down despite minimum wage hikes. Many of the store’s personnel will be reassigned to support customers and improve customer service satisfaction. Nearly half of the supermarket’s customers have used the automated checkout, and the system can be appealing to consumers who prefer to…

Americans Have Lost Faith In Their Ability To Move From Poverty To Riches

People in the United States and other developed countries are losing faith in the capitalist system to improve their lives, according to a new global poll commissioned by the World Economic Forum, published on the eve of its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Almost two-thirds of U.S. respondents said it was no longer commonplace for hard work to be a sure path from poverty to riches, with only 10 percent saying it was extremely common. The lack of faith in the current system to deliver upward mobility was even more marked in Western Europe, where only a fifth of respondents…

AI is sending people to jail

AI might not seem to have a huge personal impact if your most frequent brush with machine-learning algorithms is through Facebook’s news feed or Google’s search rankings. But at the Data for Black Lives conference last weekend, technologists, legal experts, and community activists snapped things into perspective with a discussion of America’s criminal justice system. There, an algorithm can determine the trajectory of your life. The US imprisons more people than any other country in the world. At the end of 2016, nearly 2.2 million adults were being held in prisons or jails, and an additional 4.5 million were in…

Fox News apologizes after showing graphic suggesting Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died

Hosts of a Fox News show on Monday apologized for a graphic briefly shown on screen that suggested Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died, Mediaite reported. The graphic showed a photo of Ginsburg, now recovering from surgery for lung cancer, with the dates 1933 — the year of her birth — and 2019. It aired briefly after a commercial break. “We need to apologize,” host Steve Doocy said, The Washington Examiner reported. “That was a mistake, that was an accident. We believe she is still at home recovering from surgery.” “This was a technical error that emanated from…

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