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California Removes Arrest Reports From Kamala Years…Routine website redesign obscures Democrat’s record on criminal justice

A redesign of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation website will make it harder for voters to inspect Sen. Kamala Harris’s controversial record as the state’s top cop. The department removed public access to a number of reports on incarceration in the state, including when presidential candidate Kamala Harris (D.) was California’s attorney general. Twice a year, the CDCR releases information about the number of new individuals incarcerated in the California prison system as part of its “Offender Data Points” series. These reports provide important information on demographics, sentence length, offense type, and other figures relevant to criminal justice…

Washington Post Says Because Tulsi Gabbard Spoke The Truth About Syria, She Can’t Be President

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) talks often about her January 2017 trip to Syria, when she met Bashar al-Assad, toured Aleppo after it had been reduced to rubble (by the Assad regime), and interviewed Syrian civilians and the regime-approved “opposition,” who unanimously told her Assad was a better option for Syria than the “terrorists.” But Gabbard never talks about her other trip — to the Turkish-Syrian border with a group of lawmakers in June 2015, when she met with authentic opposition leaders, victims of Assad’s barrel bombs and members of the volunteer rescue brigade known as the White Helmets. Their stories,…

Blood test can pick up Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms show with 94 per cent accuracy

Up to two decades before people develop the characteristic memory loss and confusion of Alzheimer’s disease, damaging clumps of protein start to build up in their brains. Now, a blood test to detect such early brain changes has moved one step closer to clinical use. Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis report that they can measure levels of the Alzheimer’s protein amyloid beta in the blood and use such levels to predict whether the protein has accumulated in the brain. When blood amyloid levels are combined with two other major Alzheimer’s risk factors—age and the presence…

Meet the classified artificial brain being developed by US intelligence programs

At the final session of the 2019 Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, attendees straggled into a giant ballroom to listen to an Air Force official and a National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) executive discuss, as the panel title put it, “Enterprise Disruption.” The presentation stayed as vague as the title until a direct question from the audience seemed to make the panelists squirm. Just how good, the person wondered, had the military and intelligence communities’ algorithms gotten at interpreting data and taking action based on that analysis? They pointed out that the commercial satellite industry has software that can tally shipping…

False Flag Alert: FBI says “extremists” motivated by Pizzagate, QAnon are threats

The modern era of the Internet has given us a seemingly never-ending bounty of farfetched conspiracy theories. Some of the loudest of those fringe movements have become pervasive enough and serious enough to qualify as domestic terror threats, the FBI says. Yahoo News today published an internal FBI document it obtained warning of “conspiracy-theory-driven domestic extremists.” The memo, dated May 30, describes “anti-government, identity-based, and fringe political conspiracy theories” as likely to motivate extremists “to commit criminal or violent activity.” In the memo, the FBI says the document is the first bureau product to explicitly discuss the future threat from…

Fasting For Three Days Can Regenerate Entire Immune System, Study Finds

These days there are always new diet options being offered up by the health and wellness industry. This has its good and bad points, of course. On the good side, we’re all built differently and our own unique systems function better with certain ways of eating than others. Variety is the spice of life! What works for one person may not work for another. For example, maybe a mostly-fruit diet is your thing. Or, perhaps you’re all about the high protein/low carbs. Whatever the spice is of your life, you can bet there’s a diet for you to try. The…

TAX, TAX, TAX, TAX, TAX: DC Renews Push For Downtown Congestion Tax. Inspired by New York City, Washington, DC now wants to tax commuters who drive into the city with a congestion charge

The District of Columbia is moving to finally implement the tax on commuters it has sought for decades. The city’s recently adopted 2020 budget provided $500,000 for a study of congestion pricing due on July 1, 2020. City officials, bolstered by efforts to impose a toll on city streets in New York City, are hoping to raise millions with the new charge. As adopted by the city council, the study is to provide “an analysis of the potential to raise revenue” by putting up toll booths on the bridges across the Potomac River that lead to the city, as well…

More Fake Happy News About Jobs

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the US economy created 148,000 new private sector jobs during July.  The jobs number does not translate into employed people as increasingly Americans hold two or more jobs.  For example, the BLS reports that from June to July the number of multiple job holders rose by 233,000 which is 85,000 more than the 148,000 new private sector jobs.  What we are seeing is not more people employed, but more multiple job holders. Since May the number of multiple job holders has increased by 534,000.  https://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.t09.htm  The claim of a falling rate of unemployment…

DHS confirms more Wisconsin hospitalizations, severe lung disease linked to vaping

State health officials say they’ve received more cases of teenagers and young adults hospitalized with severe lung disease linked to vaping. Last week the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin confirmed eight teens were hospitalized in July with seriously damaged lungs. Now that number is up to 11 cases in Door, Racine, Walworth, Dodge, Waukesha and Winnebago counties. Seven other cases are under further investigation. “We are currently interviewing patients, all of whom reported recent vaping. Our disease investigators continue to gather information about the names and types of vape products that were used in hopes of determining a common link,” said…

Granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy Dies After Overdose at Family’s Compound

Saoirse Kennedy-Hill, a 22-year-old granddaughter of slain U.S. Sen Robert F. Kennedy, died Thursday after suffering an apparent overdose at the Kennedy family compound. She was at the Hyannis Port compound, where her grandmother, Ethel Kennedy, resides, when emergency responders were called on Thursday afternoon, The New York Times reported. She was taken to Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, where she was pronounced dead. Kennedy-Hill was the daughter of Paul Michael Hill, who was wrongly imprisoned for bombings attributed to the Irish Republican Army in 1974. Her mother, Courtney Kennedy Hill, is one of 11 children of the late presidential…

FBI: Amazon drivers part of major theft ring

A theft ring in Washington state sold millions of dollars’ worth of stolen goods on Amazon.com in the past six years, and a pair of contract Amazon delivery drivers was involved, recently unsealed federal court documents show. According to a search warrant affidavit unsealed in U.S. District Court in Seattle and reviewed by The Associated Press, two storefront businesses posing as pawn shops bought the goods from shoplifters, then had the items shipped to Amazon warehouses, where they were stored until sold online. Entities associated with the alleged ringleader did at least $10 million in sales on Amazon since 2013,…

Pentagram testing mass surveillance balloons across the US

The US military is conducting wide-area surveillance tests across six midwest states using experimental high-altitude balloons, documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reveal. Up to 25 unmanned solar-powered balloons are being launched from rural South Dakota and drifting 250 miles through an area spanning portions of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Missouri, before concluding in central Illinois. Travelling in the stratosphere at altitudes of up to 65,000ft, the balloons are intended to “provide a persistent surveillance system to locate and deter narcotic trafficking and homeland security threats”, according to a filing made on behalf of the Sierra Nevada Corporation,…

Kamala Harris accused of keeping blacks jailed to provide “slave wage labor” to the state of California

Sen. Kamala Harris loves to talk about criminal justice reform like she means it, but when the rubber meets the road and she is challenged on her record of ‘reform’ while serving as California’s attorney general recently, what she says on a debate stage rings hollow. So hollow, in fact, that the only thing Harris had to say in response to being called out about her hypocrisy on the issue by of her 2020 Democratic presidential competitors, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, was to bypass it altogether and take a jab at polling data. The 24-odd Democrats vying for their…

Public Library Deletes Pictures Of Drag Queens Fondling Children At Story Hour

The new trend of hosting “drag queen story hour” at children’s libraries has been touted as part of diversification efforts. The practice of librarians bringing drag queens to read to children has come under fire for sexualizing children. Librarians came to the defense of this programming, touting it as innocent and family oriented, but new photographs have emerged to belie that claim, of children obscenely draped over drag queens in a way that would be obviously disgusting if they were female beauty queens. Such photos taken at a Drag Queen Story Hour event at St. John’s Library in Portland, Oregon…

Jeffrey Epstein became an FBI INFORMANT to secure sweetheart deal and shut down federal probe into the pedophile’s abuse of underage girls, government records reveal

Jeffrey Epstein managed to shut down a federal probe into his illicit and illegal activities with underage girls and secure his sweetheart plea deal by providing information’ to the government, FBI reports confirm. A federal investigation into the pedophile led by the FBI was closed out on September 18, 2008 when Epstein ‘provided information to the FBI as agreed upon’ according to the case agent.  That investigation had been underway for two years at that point, but it was noted in the final report that ‘no prosecution will occur in this matter as long as Epstein continues to uphold his…

TV networks sue nonprofit to kill free TV service

The major broadcast networks today sued the makers of Locast, a nonprofit organization that provides free online access to broadcast TV stations. The lawsuit filed by ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC seeks financial damages and a permanent injunction that would shut Locast down. Broadcast TV networks are available for free over the air with an antenna. But selling the rights to retransmit those signals in other ways is a big business. Broadcasters reportedly collected $10.1 billion in 2018 via retransmission fees they charge cable and satellite TV companies. TV providers routinely pass this cost along to consumers in the form of…

Jussie Smollett: Judge dismisses motions by ‘Empire’ actor’s attorneys

A Cook County judge Wednesday dismissed motions filed by Jussie Smollett’s attorneys. Attorney Tina Glandian appeared in front of Judge Michael Toomin on behalf of Smollett to overturn the judge’s own decision to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate how the actor’s case was handled, but it didn’t work. That special prosecutor who hasn’t been selected by the judge yet could recharge Smollett. Wednesday’s hearing to overturn that decision was crucial to his case and Smollett’s attorneys lost. The judge dismissed the motion for a new judge and also denied a motion by Smollett’s attorneys to intervene in the case.…

Dead Man Walking: Epstein Trial Will Have a Million Pages of Evidence, Lawyers Tell Court

Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking trial will have a million pages of discovery, including materials on devices seized from his Manhattan mansion, lawyers said today. The sex offender financier was back in court on Wednesday as his defense attorneys duked it out with prosecutors over how quickly to go to trial. The prosecution has requested a June date but the defense is fighting to delay until September 2020. The trial, prosecutors said, will last four to six weeks. U.S. District Judge Richard Berman wasn’t ready to put a trial on the books, saying, “Let’s see where everybody is at as the…

Intercept article calls on Democrats to step up attack on Julian Assange

The Intercept, a prominent online publication that has built a following based on exposures of government crimes and surveillance operations, published a scurrilous article last week calling for an intensified US campaign against persecuted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The article, authored by James Risen, did not even mention the fact that the Trump administration, with the full support of the Democrats, is seeking to extradite Assange from Britain, so that he can be prosecuted in the US for his role in WikiLeaks’ exposures of war crimes, diplomatic intrigues and mass surveillance. Instead, it sought to present the WikiLeaks founder as…

Jeffrey Epstein is in danger of being murdered before his trial says victims’ lawyer, who questions if alleged suicide attempt was actually a hit put out on pedophile by a powerful friend

A lawyer who represented three women during the criminal proceedings against Jeffrey Epstein over a decade ago thinks the convicted pedophile may not live to see his trial if he is released from prison or is allowed to mingle with other inmates.Spencer Kuvin said in an interview with The Sun that he does not think Epstein attempted suicide last week, and that his injuries could be the result of an attempted hit by one of his powerful friends. ‘I do question whether it was a true suicide attempt. I mean how do you choke yourself? It doesn’t make any sense,’…

Banker scum face $1.2 billion civil lawsuit over rigging currency markets

Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan, Royal Bank of Scotland and UBS are facing a £1 billion ($1.23 billion) class action lawsuit over rigging the foreign exchange markets — one of the biggest cases of its kind in the UK. It comes just months after European regulators hit many of the same banks with a €1 billion-plus penalty for manipulation of these same markets between 2007 and 2013. The new suit alleges that end investors, including pension funds, lost out as a result of the manipulation and deserve compensation. It was filed at London’s Competition Appeal Tribunal by Scott+Scott, the US law firm.…

Cuba ‘sonic attacks’ changed people’s brains, study suggests

As we’ve previously reported, the cause of the “sonic attacks” experienced by US government personnel in Havana, Cuba, starting in late 2016 remains a mystery. But a just-published study suggests the events may have changed people’s brains. In the study, a total of 40 patients – 23 men and 17 women – received MRI brain scans between August 2017 and June 1018. The scans showed fluctuations in brain structure and functional connectivity (which measures relationships among different brain regions) when compared with 48 different adults. Study author Ragini Verama, professor of radiology and neurosurgery at University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School…

Will Trump Let the US Army Stand by While 100,000 Christians Are Killed?

U.S. troops and approximately 100,000 Christians are endangered by a pending Turkish attack on northeastern Syria. The situation has prompted a Christian self-defense force to beg the American army for protection. A partner of the Christian force, the Syriac Military Council, sent a message to Clarion Project asking for help. The SMC’s public statement says: “We urge the Christians in the U.S. to ask that the U.S. Army that is present in North-East Syria will not allow the Turkish army and jihadists to invade North-East Syria. Will the U.S. Army stand by idly while we are killed?” Aram Hanna, the…

‘SHOOT! SHOOT!’ Illegals taunt agents to open fire during tense border clash

llegal aliens are growing more brazen on the border, and new video from the Mexican side shows migrants clashing with CBP agents late last week. The chaotic, shaky video shows migrants fighting with border agents around a concrete barrier topped with concertina wire. “You are shooting, I want to speak with you!” a presumed migrant shouted at agents. One person can be seen stumbling around, likely hit with tear gas. “Shoot! Shoot! Shoot! Shoot!” he taunted. “This is not their f*cking rules,” he announced as a taser could be heard. “At about 4 a.m. today[Friday], a group of 47 undocumented…

A contract programmer faces 10 years in jail for inserting a ‘logic bomb’ into a spreadsheet that caused the company to keep rehiring him

We’ve heard of programmers who secretly automated their jobs, but here’s a darker tale of a contract programmer who tried to force his employer to be dependent on him. Now, he’s facing up to 10 years in prison, as well as a fine of up to $250,000. David Tinley, 62, pleaded guilty in federal court to a charge of intentional damage to a protected computer, the US Attorney’s Office of the Western District of Pennsylvania said in a press release. Tinley had been hired by a US unit of Siemens, the German-based tech conglomerate, to create custom automated spreadsheets. The…

Fujifilm’s first surveillance camera can read a license plate from 1km away

Fujifilm is getting into surveillance cameras with the SX800, a long-range surveillance camera with a 40x optical zoom that’s designed to offer security at international borders and large commercial facilities. It’s got a built-in lens with a 35mm-equivalent focal length of 20mm to 800mm, and an additional digital zoom of 1.25x. Combined, Fujifilm says this gives the SX800 a total equivalent focal length of 1000mm, which is enough to focus on a car’s license plate from 1km or roughly 0.6 miles away. We’ve seen consumer cameras with support for more zoom than this in the past (Nikon’s P1000 has a…

Which Is The Best Wax Liquidizer And Terpenes For Me

Wax liquidizers and terpenes are vital ingredients for your vape juice. Without them, your THC vape juice should be flat in terms of taste; alternatively, the amount of wattage you use on burning the concentrate will have to increase. Many people question the importance of these solutions. However, they are significant to your vaping experience, and that is why you should buy them.  Since there are many solutions in the market, you may have problems choosing the best for your e-liquid. In this article, you will learn which wax liquidizer or terpene diluent suits you best.  Why should you buy…

Deal of Death: U.S. willing to offer Maduro guarantees he’ll be left alone if he leaves Venezuela

With no resolution in sight for Venezuela’s leadership six months after the leader of the national assembly declared himself president, the Trump administration appears willing to offer guarantees to Nicolas Maduro that the U.S. will leave him alone if he leaves Venezuela. A senior Trump administration official suggested that the U.S. would consider not indicting Maduro if he leaves power. “I think Maduro perhaps is looking for an exit, but he doesn’t know what it looks like, he does not know if there are guarantees to that. I believe he still thinks that if he goes to, let’s say, the…

Venezuela blames ‘electromagnetic attack’ for blackout…

Venezuela’s opposition on Tuesday sought to harness anger over a massive blackout that deepened hardship nationwide, but turnout at a Caracas demonstration was relatively modest as many Venezuelans despair of an imminent solution to their plight. Lights came back on in parts of the capital and other areas of Venezuela overnight following a nearly nine-hour outage that the government blamed on an “electromagnetic attack” against the power grid, without providing any evidence. Government opponents say years of mismanagement and corruption were to blame. Electricity supply remained unstable in many regions. The blackout knocked out communications and the Caracas metro on…

Maduro Describes New Power Outage in Venezuela as Criminal Attack

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro described the new power outage in the country as a criminal attack. “Amid the new criminal attack against stability and peace of our homeland, the government and the Armed Forces are in possession of our citizens. We will once again show our enduring will,” Maduro wrote on his Twitter page. On Monday, a source in the Venezuelan government said that the blackout hit all parts of the country. The information was later confirmed by Venezuelan Minister of Popular Power for Communication and Information Jorge Rodriguez, who said that the power outage could be caused by an…

Jacksons Convenient Stores Use Cop-Run Facial Recognition Cameras To Identify Customers

Two years ago, I wrote about the dangers of a cop-run company that profits from installing facial recognition cameras in retail stores. But few people took notice. Blue Line Technology’s (BLT) “about” page makes no effort to hide the fact that a bunch of former police and military professionals want to put facial recognition in retail stores across the country. “Blue Line Technology was launched by retired law enforcement and military professionals to be an industry leader in both threat detection and access control.” A recent article in the Seattle Timesrevealed that BLT is one step closer to realizing their goal because the…

Does Facial Recognition Technology Make You Grimace? New Website Offers Map of Where It’s Being Used by Law Enforcement and How to Get It Banned.

Think law enforcement using facial recognition technology to catch criminals isn’t a big deal?  You may want to review new website  – Ban Facial Recognition – and reevaluate your position.  According to it: Facial recognition surveillance programs identify the wrong person up to 98% of the time. These errors have real-world impacts, including harassment, wrongful imprisonment, and deportation. Facial recognition software programmatically misidentifies people of color, women, and children —supercharging discrimination and putting vulnerable people at greater risk of systemic abuse. Once our biometric information is collected and stored in government databases, it’s an easy target for identity thieves or…

NSA Whistleblower Speaks About Julian Assange & The “Shadow Government”

Even to this day, if you tell most people there is an ‘invisible government,’ or a shadow government that’s international in scope, they may call you a conspiracy theorist or give you a funny look. This is in large part due to the lack of education, particularly self education, of a population who is trained to go to school, get a job and ‘enjoy’ life. Sure, that’s all fine and dandy, but to deny and condemn a thought or an idea without any investigation is definitely the height of ignorance. Not only is it the height of ignorance, it also…

USA Today: Dozens of Floridians are being arrested for picking saw palmetto berries, known for their healing properties

If you live in Florida and want to pick some saw palmetto berries to sell at the farmer’s market, listen up. You now must have a permit to pick them. It is now a misdemeanor to harvest the berries without a permit, even on your own land, if you plan to sell or transport or them. The decision came last August after the state Endangered Plant Advisory Council added the plant to the Department of Agriculture’s commercially exploited plant list, which, defined by state law are: ..species native to the state which are subject to being removed in significant numbers…

Trump Threatens Guatemala With ‘Ban’, Tariffs, Fees for Breaking Deal on Immigration

The US has seen caravans of migrants from Central American countries arriving through Mexico since last year. In February, US President Donald Trump called the situation a crisis and declared a national emergency in order to seek funding for construction of a border wall. US President Donald Trump has threatened to impose sanctions on Guatemala after the country decided not to proceed with a safe third country agreement that would have required Guatemala to accept more asylum seekers, Reuters has reported. Last month the US Department of Homeland Security said it would deploy up to 89 agents to Guatemala by…

It’s Over: The Democrats And The Republicans Are Both Conspiring To Bankrupt America And Destroy Our Future

Both major political parties are working together to destroy America’s financial future, and most Americans don’t seem to care. Once upon a time, the Republicans were considered to be “the party of fiscal responsibility”, but now they are just as bad as the “free spending” Democrats. As you will see below, a “compromise” budget deal was just reached which will dramatically increase federal spending and will suspend the federal debt limit until after the next election. In other words, both sides are conspiring to make our debt problem much, much worse over the next year and a half, and this…