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- US Delivers 2,000 Rockets for Iraq But Holds Half for Now: Source 2015-06-02
- Surveillance State Debunks Itself 2015-06-02
- Free Speech Is Not Racist 2015-06-01
- Ultimate Goal Of Political Correctness Revealed 2015-06-01
- Salon: Continue Bulk Data Collection to Battle Rand Paul’s ‘White Privilege’ 2015-06-01
- Americans: Fatter & Dumber Than Ever Before 2015-06-01
- Video: How to Feel Happier in 30 Seconds 2015-06-01
- Obama Nemesis, Dinesh D’Souza, Freed From Nightly Confinement 2015-06-01
- PC Is A Petrifying Form Of Censorship 2015-06-01
- Denver Sheriff Whistleblower: ’I Was Ordered To Destroy Videotape’ 2015-06-01
- Thousands of UK Girls Injured by HPV Vaccine 2015-06-01
- Vince Vaughn Will Be Shunned By Hollywood After Outing Himself as a Conservative 2015-06-01
- Obama Destroying Middle Class Through Executive Amnesty 2015-06-01
- Feminist Clergy Wants Christians to Refer to God as ‘She’ 2015-06-01
- Don’t Worry, the Government Still Has Plenty of Surveillance Power If Section 215 Sunsets 2015-06-01
- Las Vegas Cop Faces Indecency Charge 2015-06-01
- Chemical Companies to Write Own Chemical Safety Standards 2015-06-01
- ISIS Revamps Recruitment, With Savvy, Professional Broadcasts 2015-06-01
- Suicide Attacks in Iraq’s Anbar Kill 35 Troops 2015-06-01
- Texas Marijuana Legalization 2015: Cannabidoil Oil To Be Allowed For Epilepsy Treatment, Gov. Abbott Says 2015-06-01
- Obama Has Lowest Average 1stQ GDP Growth of Any President on Record 2015-06-01
- Russia has right to place nuclear arms on its soil, including Crimea – Foreign Ministry 2015-06-01
- DoJ Allows Nazi War Criminals To Escape With $20 Million In Social Security Payments 2015-06-01
- Suicide Attack Kills 40 Officers in Iraq 2015-06-01
- US Police Kill More Than Two People A Day: Report 2015-06-01
- Rand Paul, Ron Wyden to Introduce 28 Pages Resolution in Senate 2015-05-29
- Even More Admitted False Flag Terror Incidents Come to Light 2015-05-19
- Stratesec’s Walker and His Top Secret Business Partners 2015-05-17
- Exclusive: 15 Minute Q&A with Richard Gage, AIA, on Resolution 15-6 2015-05-16
- National AIA Convention Will Vote On WTC7 Resolution 2015-05-11
- The Secret Life of Timothy McVeigh – by James Corbett 2015-05-11
- We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 27 - Abby Martin 2015-05-04
- Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? Part 16: Dissociation By Frances T. Shure 2015-05-01
- New 9/11 Timeline Entries: Crisis Action Teams, Early Accounts of the Government's Response to the 9/11 Attacks, and More 2015-04-26
- We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 26 - Dan Christensen 2015-04-24
- 9/11 Exposed - Full Documentary Film (2015) 2015-04-23
- Everything you ever wanted to know about the OKC bombing in under 5 minutes. 2015-04-19
- Twenty Years Later: Facts About the OKC Bombing That Go Unreported 2015-04-17
- Head of the FBI's Anthrax Investigation Says the Whole Thing Was a Sham 2015-04-17
- FBI's AMERITHRAX Case just unravelled. Ex-FBI agent who directed investigation suing FBI, turns whistleblower. 2015-04-11
- The Surveillance State Repeal Act Introduced In Congress 2015-04-07
- PART 3: Trusses & Tanks — Popular Mechanics Helps NIST Create More Myths 2015-04-04
- Part 15: The Abuse Syndrome By Frances T. Shure Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? 2015-04-02
- Interview 1019 – Michael Springmann on Visas for Terrorists Corbett • 03/31/2015 2015-03-31
- Eight Great Reads at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2015-03-23
- We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 23 - Senator Bob Graham 2015-03-22
- The media is 100% ignoring NSA Director Binney who just questioned 9/11 and WTC 7 on film 2015-03-20
- Three Judges “Astonished” At Now Seeing The Collapse of Building 7 (14 years later) March 15, 2015 2015-03-16
- The 9/11 Commission Didn’t Believe the Government … So Why Should We? 2015-03-12
- New article at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2015-03-07
- Why Did No One Tell Army Officials at the Pentagon That the U.S. Was Under Attack on 9/11? 2015-03-06
- 9/11 Free Fall 2/26/15: Jeremy Sagan 2015-02-28
- How Science Died at the World Trade Center 2015-02-19
- WTC 7: Fires Fuelled by Office Furnishings 2015-02-17
- Fran Shure: A Spiritual Issue Not To Be Silent About 9/11 2015-02-11
- Anatomy of the New World Order (transcript) 2015-06-01
- Solutions, Solutions, Solutions! 2015-06-01
- 5 Signs the World is Ending 2015-05-30
- WWIII News, Monsantogeddon, FEC Backs Down – New World Next Week 2015-05-30
- Interview 1047 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato 2015-05-29
- The Dark Agenda Behind the Resource-Based Economy 2015-05-29
- Interview 1046 – Patrick Wood Exposes the Technocracy Agenda 2015-05-28
- Interview 1045 – Financial Survival in the Cashless Society 2015-05-28
- DNA Shaming: Welcome to Orwell’s Nightmare 2015-05-27
- How Do We Counter Military Worship? – #QFC 2015-05-27
- Worse Than the CIA
(Part two. Continued from part one.) CIA cold war and hot war activity was coming to light for the first time and was falling into the crosshairs of Congress and the media. Anti-communist arguments had been a sufficient rationale, up to this point, to conduct black ops in the foreign and domestic arena. Not anymore. This gold mine was being shut down. The war against commies was no longer palatable to Congress or to the public. DEA Saves the Day for Disgraced Cold Warriors But the new three-letter agency, which was created by executive fiat on the exact same day ... Continue reading →
- The Long List of Water Contaminants
If you’re a prepper, you know all about the Berkey water filter. It’s the shiny metal canister that sits on your counter, and filters water using gravity. It has been around for a while and has lots of fans, so it’s easy to find reviews and statistics on it. But one thing that’s always left me speechless, is the GIANT list of contaminantsthat Berkey publishes on their packaging and their website. While it is impressive to see, you would have to be a PhD in water purification to understand what all the contaminants are, and how they affect you. Ever heard of Dibromochloromethane? How about Hexachlorocyclopentadiene? ... Continue reading →
- The Horror of Gardasil
When Caron Ryalls was asked to sign consent forms so that her then 13-year-old daughter, Emily, could be vaccinated against cervical cancer, she assumed it was the best way to protect Emily’s long-term health. Yet the past four years have turned into a nightmare for the family as Emily soon suffered side effects. Only two weeks after her first HPV injection, the teenager experienced dizziness and nausea. “The symptoms grew increasingly worse after the second and third injections, and I went to A&E several times with severe chest and abdominal pains as well as difficulty breathing,” Emily, now 17, said. ... Continue reading →
- Dental Implants, Root Canals, Extractions
By Dr. Mercola Root canal is a commonly performed procedure in most adults. But is it a wise one? Dr. Robert Kulacz, a dentist, has spent a significant portion of his professional career trying to answer this question. What he discovered profoundly changed his life, and led him to write a book about his findings called, The Toxic Tooth: How a Root Canal Could Be Making You Sick, which I think is among the best available on this subject. Dr. Kulacz began practicing dentistry in Brewster, New York. After six years as an associate, he opened his own practice in ... Continue reading →
- The Government Safety Device That Kills You
Probably the most interesting thing about the (can’t help myself) exploding Takata air bag scandal is the doublethink it exposes. On the one hand, we are told – in the literal/parental sense – that we will have air bags in our cars (like it or not) because not to have them is an unacceptable risk and “unsafe.” Notwithstanding that when air bags were being developed back in the ’70s (and rejected by consumers, when consumers still had the freedom to choose) the manufacturers of air bags told the government of the very real risks to people’s safety that air bags ... Continue reading →
- How Much More Extreme Can Markets Get?
These charts help us understand that a top is not just price, but a reversal in extremes of margin debt, valuation and sentiment. In blow-off tops, extremes of valuation, complacency and margin debt can always shoot beyond previous extremes to new extremes. This is why guessing when the blow-off top implodes is so hazardous: extreme can always get more extreme. Nonetheless, extremes eventually reverse, and generally in rough symmetry with their explosive rise. Exhibit 1 is margin debt: NYSE Margin Debt Hits a New Record High (Doug Short) Note the explosive rise in margin debt in the past few months: ... Continue reading →
- The US Government Is Going Down
And he shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. But they shall sit every man under his vine and under his fig tree; and none shall make them afraid: for the mouth of the Lord of hosts hath spoken it (Micah 4:3-4). This is a prophecy regarding "the last days" (v. 1). The description of peace -- swords into ploughshares -- is one of the most familiar ... Continue reading →
- How To Get Your Car Unstuck
There are a lot of things your car can get stuck in: mud, snow, even a ditch. While every situation is different, there are some principles you can follow that may help you become unstuck without needing to call for a tow. So, we enlisted Wyatt Knox from Team O’Neil Rally School to help us put this guide together should you ever find yourself in one of these sticky situations. Illustration by Ted Slampyak Reprinted from The Art of Manliness.
- Irish Gay Marriage Isn’t About Freedom
The most striking thing following the Irish referendum on gay marriage is how few people are talking about gay marriage. Amid the near-global cheering that greeted the vote in favour of instituting gay marriage, there was barely any commentary on the institution of gay marriage. Sure, there was a handful of on-air marriage proposals in Dublin as the news cameras rolled, and the tailend of a BBC TV report informed us when the first gay marriages in Ireland would take place (Autumn). But given that this referendum was all about opening up a social institution to which gays had apparently ... Continue reading →
- Silk Roads and Open Seas
Beijing’s disclosure earlier this week of its latest military white paper, outlining a new doctrine moving beyond offshore defense to “open seas” defense, predictably rattled every exceptionalist’s skull and bone. Almost simultaneously, in Guangzhou, the annual Stockholm China Forum, hosted by the German Marshall Fund and the Shanghai Institute for International Studies, was mired in deep thought examining the vast Eurasian integration project known in China as “One Road, One Belt”. What is also known as the New Silk Road project – displaying all the romantic connotations of a remix of a golden era – is not only about new ... Continue reading →
- I Fought the Law
In September of last year, I was pulled over by a quota-driven cop and given a ticket for speeding. The ticket carried with it a significant fine and the addition of 4-points onto my license. This past Thursday (May 28, 2015), I successfully defended myself in court, and had the charges dismissed. Leaving aside the fact that I had committed no real crime (there was no victim), the financial ramifications of this “crime” would have hurt me significantly, and I felt a strong urge to fight the charges and pursue true justice. Just a month prior, I had received and ... Continue reading →
- Remembering JFK’s Murder
One of America’s best-loved presidents, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, is born into a politically and socially prominent family in Brookline, Massachusetts, on this day in 1917. He was the first American president to be born in the 20th century. Because John F. Kennedy’s life was snuffed out and the first term of his presidency terminated after just three years, we don’t know how the Kennedy Presidency would have played out. Jack Kennedy himself is in fact an enigma onto which everyone can project their own politics. Progressives like Oliver Stone believe he was a liberal who would have ended U.S. participation in ... Continue reading →
- Does Jade Helm Violate Posse Comitatus?
Obscured by Jon Stewart’s well-publicized mockery of Texans’ reaction to Jade Helm 15—the US Army’s two-month-long exercise across nine states scheduled to begin in July—is the fact that the criticisms may not all be deranged droolings. The Daily Show‘s Stewart made headlines earlier in May when he ridiculed Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s decision ordering the State Guard to “monitor” Jade Helm. The comedian-cum-newsman called Jade Helm critics “Lone Star lunatics.” But are they? Or is there more to the story? As always, WhoWhatWhy has remained agnostic while asking questions. Now, we provide a few initial answers. More will undoubtedly come.
- Wall Street Costs The Economy 2% Of GDP Each Year
Isn’t the financial industry supposed to grease the wheels of commerce, rather than apply a severe brake on economic growth? It ain’t happening in the US, where Forbes says Wall Street is hogging so much for itself that it’s slashed growth by half of what it should be...
- Things You Won’t Believe Are Spying On You
The next time you go on a trip to the mall, give those mannequins a nice big smile! This 245 billion (yes, with a “B”) dollar industry consists of five organizations throughout Europe and the US that make the ‘Eye See polystyrene frame mannequins.’ These particular mannequins’ eyes are equipped with face recognition cameras.
- Thought Police are Watching, Listening, Touching, and Sniffing—So Don’t Even Think About it
Advertisers know what we want to buy. Google knows what we want to search. Will the state soon know—or think it knows—what we intend to do?
- California Is Seriously Trying To Force Porn Actresses To Wear Safety Goggles On Set
It’s really too ridiculous to even seem real, but we can assure you that this is not satire. California has introduced new regulations that will require actors in the pornography industry to wear protective GOGGLES while on set. The proposals has some more modest proposals, including medical visits, condoms and Hepatitis B treatments. But the goggles requirement has more than a few scratching their heads.
- Export-Import Bank is Welfare for the One Percent
This month Congress will consider whether to renew the charter of the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank). Ex-Im Bank is a New Deal-era federal program that uses taxpayer funds to subsidize the exports of American businesses. Foreign businesses, including state-owned corporations, also benefit from Ex-Im Bank. One country that has benefited from $1.5 billion of Ex-Im Bank loans is Russia. Venezuela, Pakistan, and China have also benefited from Ex-Im Bank loans.
- TSA airport checkpoints STILL miss 95% of weapons in smuggling tests
As has been the case since the agency's inception, its agents missed the overwhelming majority of "red team" attempts to smuggle weapons past its checkpoints: 67 out of 70 this time.
- Patriot Act expires: US Senate fails to act over controversial surveillance laws
The US Senate has failed to reach a deal over extending anti-terrorist laws that let its security services collect phone data. It means the law known as the Patriot Act expired at midnight local time leaving a gap in the US’s security surveillance programme.
- UK cops average a personal metadata request every 2 minutes
"The report, which is based on responses to several Freedom of Information Act requests, claims that 733,237 requests were made between 2012 and 2014.
- Government Wipes Recent Vaccine Injury Data from Website
In March, the federal government removed the latest vaccine injury court statistics—more than a year’s worth of data—from one of its publicly reported charts. It was an abrupt departure from the normal practice of updating the figures monthly. Wiping the latest data means the “adjudication” chart on a government website no longer reflects the recent, sharp rise in court victories for plaintiffs who claimed their children were seriously injured or killed by one or more vaccines.
- Blackwater Trained Some of World’s Top Terrorists
The International Business Times reports that the head of special forces chief in Tajikistan was trained by American mercenary company Blackwater, but has now joined ISIS. Investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill notes that Zacharias Moussaoui – the so-called “20th 9/11 hijacker” – had Blackwater’s number in his notebook.
- Podcast: Blacklisted Radio 5.31.2015
In this weeks show Doug focus's on the DOD report proving that the US government is primarily responsible and gave material support to ISIS to ouster Syrian President Assad. Calls, analysis, and other thoughts on the world we live in today are also included in this broadcast.
- Volunteers Threatened with Arrest for Cleaning Up Oil Spill, They Ignored the Cops and Kept Cleaning
For the past several weeks, the Gaviota Coast in California has seen its delicate ecosystem destroyed by an oil spill that poured roughly 100,000 gallons of oil into the ocean. To make matters worse, the volunteers who spontaneously appeared to help clean up the oil, were threatened with arrest by police for tampering with the scene and apparently putting themselves in danger. The volunteers were the first people on the scene to help, long before the government agents who were hired arrived.
- Thousands of teenage girls enduring debilitating illnesses after routine school cancer vaccination
When Caron Ryalls was asked to sign consent forms so that her then 13-year-old daughter, Emily, could be vaccinated against cervical cancer, she assumed it was the best way to protect Emily’s long-term health. Yet the past four years have turned into a nightmare for the family as Emily soon suffered side effects. Only two weeks after her first HPV injection, the teenager experienced dizziness and nausea.
- Law Enforcement Agencies Use Tasers Over 300,000 Times A Year
The use of a Taser in the fatal shooting of a black man by a cop in South Carolina earlier this year has reignited a debate about how safe they are and whether police are relying too heavily on them. Many people, especially residents of North Charleston, S.C., where the shooting occurred, have expressed concern that Tasers pose a health risk to some who are involved in run-ins with police. Officer Michael T. Slager of the North Charleston Police Department fatally shot Walter L. Scott on April 4 in North Charleston. The incident was recorded on tape by a bystander, and the officer’s use of a Taser was documented as well.