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  1. Live: Watch Ferguson Under Martial Law 2014-08-21
  2. India to Unveil Warship to Deter Chinese Submarines Near Coast 2014-08-21
  3. School District to Teachers: Don’t Talk About Ferguson 2014-08-21
  4. Tunisia, Cairo airport cancel Libya flights over security fears 2014-08-21
  5. 63 Trillion Gallons of Groundwater Lost in Drought, Study Finds 2014-08-21
  6. Feds: Obama Broke Law with Bergdahl Swap 2014-08-21
  7. Ireland Testing Dead Person Recently in Africa for Ebola 2014-08-21
  8. Legal teams gang up on NSA over spy programs 2014-08-21
  9. NSA Scaring People Away From Tor 2014-08-21
  10. City Plans Public Surveillance System 2014-08-21
  11. Hagel Flummoxed by U.S.-trained and Saudi-funded ISIS 2014-08-21
  12. Solution To Poisoned Public Water Supplies 2014-08-21
  13. Ferguson Citizens: Forget The Fraternal Order of Police 2014-08-21
  14. Ferguson Citizens Awake to Police State Takeover 2014-08-21
  15. Rick Perry: Send Ground Troops to Fight ISIS in Iraq 2014-08-21
  16. Sears may close more stores 2014-08-21
  17. Hamas says three top commanders killed by Israeli airstrike in Gaza 2014-08-21
  18. Feds: Obama Broke Law with Bergdahl Swap 2014-08-21
  19. Rick Perry Warns ISIS May Already Be in the United States 2014-08-21
  20. European Banks Expect Only ‘Limited’ Impact From Sanctions on Russia 2014-08-21
  21. Why did police in New Orleans buy snow camouflage? 2014-08-21
  22. After McD’s, Businesses Wonder Who’s Next Target in Russia 2014-08-21
  23. Gov. Nixon Orders National Guard to Withdraw from Ferguson 2014-08-21
  24. White House: No concessions to hostage takers 2014-08-21
  25. Former CIA Officer Says ISIS and Mexican Drug Cartels Communicate 2014-08-21

  1. #Declassify 2014-08-21
  2. Why Intelligent People Fear the Truth August 21, 2014 | By WakingTimes 2014-08-21
  3. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 1 - Jenna Orkin 2014-08-20
  4. TMR 079 : Kevin Ryan : On Why NIST's 9/11 WTC Reports are False and Unscientific 2014-08-16
  5. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse-About 9/11? Part 9: Brain Research, Part 2 – Moral Psychology 2014-08-10
  6. NSA Lied About Knowledge Of 2 9/11 Hijackers In U.S., Didn't Inform The FBI 2014-08-09
  7. C-SPAN Washington Journal: Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth 2014-08-01
  8. NYC CAN: A heartfelt thank you - We couldn't have done it without you. 2014-08-01
  9. CIA Director George Tenet Facilitated 9/11 2014-07-30
  10. Thomas Kean & Lee Hamilton Call For The Release Of The 28 Redacted Pages 2014-07-23
  11. What a Difference a Dozen Volunteers Makes! Chicago AIA Convention Activists Net Over 120 More A/E Petition Signers 2014-07-22
  12. NY1 coverage of the High-Rise Safety Initiative 2014-07-15
  13. 9/11 Commission to Release Updated Recommendations Ten Years After First Report 2014-07-14
  14. Mayor de Blasio : Ballot Initiative “insensitive and inappropriate” 2014-07-11
  15. 9/11 Conspiracy Theory May Finally Be Settled On November Ballot The Gothamist July 10 14 2014-07-10
  16. Counter-Intelligence -- The Interview 2014-07-08
  17. Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve corbettreport July 6 14 2014-07-06
  18. WE DID IT! 67,192 signatures submitted to the City of New York 2014-07-04
  19. 9/11 Truth: Good for America! Make this Independence Day a Celebration of 9/11 Truth 2014-06-29
  20. FBI Hanky-Panky On Guantanamo—Part Of Larger 9/11 Mystery? 2014-06-28
  21. A Review of Douglas Valentine's 'The Phoenix Program' 2014-06-26
  22. Media coverage of High-Rise Safety Initiative begins: Local Business Journal Crain's Covers the Campaign 2014-06-25
  23. The U.S. Supreme Court Is Marching in Lockstep with the Police State 2014-06-24
  24. U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions Has Interesting Response To 9/11 Question 2014-06-22
  25. War Crimes and 9/11: Why Dick and Don Are Suspects 2014-06-04
  26. Let’s Not Forget Duane Andrews and SAIC 2014-06-04
  27. 9/11 Consensus Panel Releases New Evidence from Witness Testimonies and Architectural Drawings 2014-06-02
  28. Luke Rudkowski interviews Rudy Dent 2014-05-29
  29. Donald Rumsfeld and the Demolition of WTC 7 2014-05-22
  30. Political Conspiracies 2014-05-21


  1. 10 Excoriating Putdowns
    Throughout history, some of the most renowned authors were also the most harshly criticized—often by their equally famous peers. Some of the best-known works of literature, from Shakespeare’s plays to Hemingway’s novels, have been on the receiving end of some truly excoriating putdowns. 10 George Bernard Shaw On Shakespeare George Bernard Shaw, the only writer to receive both an Academy Award and the Nobel Prize for Literature, produced a variety of well-known (and award-winning) plays, the most famous of which was Pygmalion. Apparently, his success as a playwright led him to believe he had the credentials to make a few scathing comments about ... Continue reading
  2. Prosecutors Destroy the Dollar
    Prosecutors are simply lawyers gone really bad and enjoy their power without comprehending the full depth of their actions. The sanctions against Standard Chartered are insane and this will drive more and more banks away from using the dollar in international transactions. It is the prosecutors who are setting the stage for the new one-world reserves currency. Standard Chartered has been banned from opening US dollar bank accounts without explicit approval by US regulators, according to an article in The London Times. The bank has seen severe restrictions imposed on it, after US officials warned that the bank may be“a conduit ... Continue reading
  3. 5,000 Americans Killed by Cops Since 9/11
    There are reports that American police kill 500 or more Americans every year. Few of these murdered Americans posed a threat to police. Police murder Americans for totally implausible reasons. For example, a few days before Michael Brown was gunned down in Ferguson, John Crawford picked up a toy gun from a WalMart shelf in the toy department and was shot and killed on the spot by police goons. Less than four miles from Ferguson, goon thugs murdered another black man on August 19. The police claims of “threat” are disproved by the video of the murder released by the police. Five ... Continue reading
  4. More Cockamamie Propaganda
    Researchers reported in the New England Journal of Medicine (August 14, 2014) that a high dose flu vaccine was more effective than the standard flu vaccine for seniors. The vaccine is called Fluzone High Dose vaccine. Of course, the media jumped on this report. In the Healthday article, the chief medical office for Sanofi-Pasteur—the Big Pharma company who funded the study—stated, “The study demonstrated a 24 percent reduction in influenza illness among the participants who received the high-dose vaccine compared to those who received the standard dose.” To date, no flu vaccine has shown any significant efficacy in seniors. A ... Continue reading
  5. Crazy-Making Double Bind
    The Federal Reserve's communications and policies are a form of crazy-making double bind. Systems theorist/anthropologist Gregory Bateson developed (with others) the concept of double bind, a psychological and social conflict in which contradictory demands generate a form of schizophrenia: Unlike the usual no-win situation, the subject has difficulty in defining the exact nature of the paradoxical situation in which he or she is caught. The contradiction may be unexpressed in its immediate context and therefore invisible to external observers, only becoming evident when a prior communication is considered. Typically, a demand is imposed upon the subject by someone who they respect (such as a ... Continue reading
  6. ‘More People Live Off Cancer Than Die From It’
    This is our ever-expanding list of quotes that honestly describe modern medicine. Some of them are amusing, whilst are others are disturbing. Nevertheless, they all point out facts that we often overlook when looking at the medical establishment, and how it works in the modern age. Those who follow us on Twitter will likely have seen many of these before. "The FDA protects the big drug companies, and is subsequently rewarded, and using the government's police powers, they attack those who threaten the big drug companies.  People think that the FDA is protecting them.  It isn't.  What the FDA is doing, and ... Continue reading
  7. Caged, Tortured, Killed
    The Obama administration has finally released its 2014 National Drug Control Strategy. It “builds on the foundation laid down by the Administration’s previous four Strategies and serves as the Nation’s blueprint for reducing drug use and its consequences.” The annual Strategy is issued by the Office of National Drug Control Policy, headed by acting “drug czar” Michael Botticelli. The 2014 Strategy “represents a 21st century approach to drug policy” that “outlines innovative policies and programs and recognizes that substance use is not just a criminal justice issue, but also a major public health concern.” The president’s plan to reform drug ... Continue reading
  8. Internet Troll Caught Red-Handed
    Pleased to meet you Hope you guess my name What’s confusing you Is the nature of my game - The Rolling Stones If We Understand Their Game, We Can Stop Their Shenanigans The reason that Internet trolls are effective is that people still don’t understand their game. There are 15 commonly-used trolling tactics to disrupt, misdirect and control internet discussions. As one interesting example, trolls start flame wars because – according to two professors – swearing and name-calling shut down our ability to think and focus. And trolls will often spew divisive attacks so that people argue against each other, instead of bad actions and ... Continue reading
  9. How To Keep Your Cool
    It was a record breaking 114 degrees in West Texas, and as luck would have it, our air conditioner broke! Pregnant, and living paycheck to paycheck, I had to find ways to cool down and QUICK! What I remember the most about that time is how my family managed to stay comfortable at night. With the fan blowing on high, we’d cover ourselves in our beds with wet bath towels. Unbelievably, we’d wake up cold. Fast forward 10 years later, and my family is handling another heatwave, this time in central Texas. With more than three months in a row of nonstop 100 degree weather, we ... Continue reading
  10. An Explosive Night
    The large police van filled to overflowing with anxious officers pulls up just before the start of the event.  A crowd is expected so the cops, ready and excited to do their duty,  pour out of the van and station themselves strategically in the area.    Is this the beginning of a violent protest against police brutality?  No way, because I'm in Japan and my town's annual mid August hanabi (fireworks) festival is going to start in just an hour or so. There's no tear gas, no billy clubs, no barrel chested crew cut brutes barking out commands, not a gun ... Continue reading
  11. I Beat a California Speeding Ticket on Appeal
    I always encourage everyone to fight their traffic tickets and keep your hard-earned money in your pocket instead of surrendering it to the corrupt state. I have often referenced the fact that I've beaten about 15 tickets since I learned how to properly fight the revenue agents in 2001. One of those victories which was particularly gratifiying was a speeding ticket I received in Upland, CA in 2002. On 11/8/02, I was cited for driving 48MPH in a 35MPH zone, "in violation of the state's basic speed law." At trial, I pled not guilty and was initially convicted of speeding, but appealed ... Continue reading
  12. The Year of No Spending
    A little over a year ago, Geoffrey Szuszkiewicz, a 31-year-old accountant in Calgary, began analyzing his monthly spending. What he saw, he says, was eye-opening: “I was spending so much every month, no matter how much I made it never seemed like I was getting ahead. It was typical lifestyle creep.” Around the same time, his good friend Julie Phillips, 29, a communications advisor at the University of Calgary, was about to move into a new apartment when it fell through. “Geoff said, ‘You can move in with me, but I only have a bedroom for you to rent,’” she ... Continue reading

  1. Why Did YouTube Publish Video of Terrorists Beheading James Foley?
    After a video surfaced on YouTube Tuesday of Islamic terrorist group ISIS beheading American journalist James Foley, some people asked how this could happen.
  2. How The Future of Warfare is Financial War
    What follows is an exclusive extract of Jim Rickards’ speech at World War D earlier this year. Jim is a lawyer, economist, investment banker and bestselling author of Currency Wars and The Death of Money. Read on for some of his thoughts on the future of warfare and what it means for world markets.
  3. Podcast: Doomcast ep.55 (Foloy’s head, Disaster Pimps, and the world is not outraged)
    The militarization and rise of the warrior cop is the back drop to Doomcast 55. Doug and Charlie talk about the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, and contributing factors that have led to this violent event. Current events and personal insights are also included in this weeks show.
  4. 63 Trillion Gallons of Groundwater Lost in Drought, Study Finds A side-effect of drought: Land deformations
    The ongoing drought in the western United States has caused so much loss of groundwater that the Earth, on average, has lifted up about 0.16 inches over the last 18 months, according to a new study.
  5. Ferguson Riots and Bundy Ranch Showdown - Signs of an Approaching Breaking Point
    If you don't immediately see the connection between the armed showdown that took place in Nevada this past year, and the riots taking place right now in Ferguson Missouri, look closer.
  6. Raytheon & the NSA will now be recording everyone's license plate in Massachusetts
    Technology and defense giant Raytheon was recently awarded a $130 million contract to install all-electronic tolling systems on the Massachusetts Turnpike and at several local tunnels. A unit of the company’s Integrated Defense Systems business will install the system over the next year and a half.
  7. Iraq Crisis: German Aid Minister Claims Qatar Financing Islamic State Jihadists
    Germany’s development aid minister, Gerd Mueller, has accused Qatar of financing the Islamic State terror group. “A story like this always has a history,” Mueller said in an interview with public broadcaster ZDF. “Who is financing these troops? Hint: Qatar.”
  8. Council On Foreign Relations: The Ukraine Crisis Is the West’s – Not Putin’s – Fault
    Mainstream, Hawkish Group Blames the West for the Mess In Ukraine
  9. Rapiscan Airport Scanners Useless: Failed to detect guns, knives, explosives
    Rapiscan Secure 1000, the full-body scanner deployed at U.S. airports between 2009 and 2013, was so unreliable that a team of researchers with no terrorist training were able to smuggle guns, knives and explosives past the machine without detection.
  10. US, Brazil Nearing Approval of Genetically Engineered Trees
    The U.S. and Brazilian governments are moving into the final stages of weighing approval for the commercialisation of genetically engineered eucalyptus trees, moves that would mark the first such permits anywhere in the world.
  11. Stocks Hit All Time Highs After Russia Announces It Has "No Plans Of Military Incursion Into Ukraine"
    Two weeks ago, a 100 point ramp in the S&P started when Russian RIA Novosti tweeted Russia was seeking to "de-escalate the conflict" in Ukraine, quoting the Russian Security Council Chief. Moments ago RIA went for a double when it tweeted a rather amusing statement from the Defense Ministry, namely that Russia has no plans of invading Ukraine.
  12. Gov. Nixon Orders National Guard to Withdraw from Ferguson
    Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday ordered the Missouri National Guard to withdraw from Ferguson, where they had been in place since Monday. The move came just after a brief scuffle occurred between a state senator and a county spokesperson near St. Louis.
  13. Police State: High schooler arrested for writing about shooting dinosaur
    A teenager in the US was suspended from school and hauled before the police because he wrote a story about killing his neighbour's dinosaur in a class assignment. Year-nine student Alex Stone was told to write a Facebook-like "status" update for a class assignment at his South Carolina high school.
  14. And Now… Former CIA Officer: ‘A Lot of Communication’ Between ISIS, Mexican Cartels
    So what you have here is some sort of scam designed to get Americans to accept a “solution” that wouldn’t be accepted under anything like normal circumstances. The poor immigrants are being used as props.
  15. Switzerland rejects requests from EU firms to bypass Russia’s food ban
    Switzerland has rebuffed attempts by some EU food producers to sidestep a Russian ban on food imports from the EU and other Western countries by labelling such foods as originating from the Alpine country, the Wall Street Journal wrote.