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  1. Police Shut Down Family Soccer Game At Public Park Because They Didn’t Have A Permit 2015-07-07
  2. 82 Shot, 15 Dead in City with the Strictest Gun Laws in the United States 2015-07-07
  3. NYPD cop arrested for third time in less than a year 2015-07-06
  4. Doctors: Del. Family Sickened By Pesticide While Vacationing Will Probably Not Recover 2015-07-06
  5. The Globe Is Burning and the Collapse Has Already Begun 2015-07-06
  6. Hillary to Give First Campaign Press Interview… to Clinton Insider 2015-07-06
  7. Eric Holder Returns as Hero to Law Firm That Lobbies for Big Banks 2015-07-06
  8. Woolly Mammoth Clones Closer Than Ever, Thanks to Genome Sequencing 2015-07-06
  9. 10 Killed, 55 Wounded in Fourth of July Violence in Chicago 2015-07-06
  10. Flashback: Is the Whole “War on Terror” a Fraud? 2015-07-06
  11. Russia To Test Missiles In Pacific Ocean Naval Exercise Amid Growing Military Presence Across World’s Seas 2015-07-06
  12. London Now the Global Money-laundering Centre for Drug Trade, Says Crime Expert 2015-07-06
  13. Oregon Is First State to Charge Drivers for Each Mile They Drive 2015-07-06
  14. Only 19% of American Adults Know 1st Amendment Guarantees Freedom of Religion 2015-07-06
  15. Big Banks Worked with Hacking Team, Which Also Sells Spy Tools to Dictators 2015-07-06
  16. Shark Expert Speaks Out on Carolina Shark Bites 2015-07-06
  17. How Greece was robbed by the bankers 2015-07-06
  18. How This Loophole Allows Food Companies to Police Themselves 2015-07-06
  19. Americans With Retirement Accounts Beware: If Our Government Does What China Just Did You’ll Be Wiped Out 2015-07-06
  20. Bombs at Mosque, Restaurant in Central Nigerian City Kill 44 2015-07-06
  21. As A Reminder, This Is What Capital Controls In Cyprus Looked Like 2015-07-06
  22. Leaked Documents Show FBI, DEA and U.S. Army Buying Italian Spyware 2015-07-06
  23. EU Security Head: “Political Islam” is the Future of Europe 2015-07-06
  24. Hungary’s parliament approves ‘anti-migrant’ border fence 2015-07-06
  25. Food Fight! Congress, Consumers Battle Over GMOs 2015-07-06

  1. Why Did Navy Staffers at the Pentagon Fail to Respond to the Attacks on the World Trade Center on 9/11? 2015-06-14
  2. U.S. Intelligence Agencies Mock America in 9/11 Trial 2015-06-14
  3. Rand Paul, Ron Wyden to Introduce 28 Pages Resolution in Senate 2015-05-29
  4. Even More Admitted False Flag Terror Incidents Come to Light 2015-05-19
  5. Stratesec’s Walker and His Top Secret Business Partners 2015-05-17
  6. Exclusive: 15 Minute Q&A with Richard Gage, AIA, on Resolution 15-6 2015-05-16
  7. National AIA Convention Will Vote On WTC7 Resolution 2015-05-11
  8. The Secret Life of Timothy McVeigh – by James Corbett 2015-05-11
  9. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 27 - Abby Martin 2015-05-04
  10. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? Part 16: Dissociation By Frances T. Shure 2015-05-01
  11. 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
  12. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 26 - Dan Christensen 2015-04-24
  13. 9/11 Exposed - Full Documentary Film (2015) 2015-04-23
  14. Everything you ever wanted to know about the OKC bombing in under 5 minutes. 2015-04-19
  15. Twenty Years Later: Facts About the OKC Bombing That Go Unreported 2015-04-17
  16. Head of the FBI's Anthrax Investigation Says the Whole Thing Was a Sham 2015-04-17
  17. FBI's AMERITHRAX Case just unravelled. Ex-FBI agent who directed investigation suing FBI, turns whistleblower. 2015-04-11
  18. The Surveillance State Repeal Act Introduced In Congress 2015-04-07
  19. PART 3: Trusses & Tanks — Popular Mechanics Helps NIST Create More Myths 2015-04-04
  20. Part 15: The Abuse Syndrome By Frances T. Shure Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? 2015-04-02
  21. Interview 1019 – Michael Springmann on Visas for Terrorists Corbett • 03/31/2015 2015-03-31
  22. Eight Great Reads at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2015-03-23
  23. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 23 - Senator Bob Graham 2015-03-22
  24. The media is 100% ignoring NSA Director Binney who just questioned 9/11 and WTC 7 on film 2015-03-20
  25. Three Judges “Astonished” At Now Seeing The Collapse of Building 7 (14 years later) March 15, 2015 2015-03-16
  26. The 9/11 Commission Didn’t Believe the Government … So Why Should We? 2015-03-12
  27. New article at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2015-03-07
  28. Why Did No One Tell Army Officials at the Pentagon That the U.S. Was Under Attack on 9/11? 2015-03-06
  29. 9/11 Free Fall 2/26/15: Jeremy Sagan 2015-02-28
  30. How Science Died at the World Trade Center 2015-02-19


  1. The Ultimate Act of Insurrection
    It’s Independence Day! The 4th of July! Burgers! Picnics! Fireworks! That’s what it’s all about, right? Go, America! Actually, no, there probably weren’t any hotdogs cooking on the grill on Independence Day in 1776. When the founding fathers of our nation signed the Declaration of Independence, they probably weren’t wondering if the beer was cold yet, if Ben was going to burn the burgers again, or whether Thomas remembered the lighter for the fireworks. They were thinking about freedom. The whole purpose of the gesture was that these men were tired of bowing down to someone who did not have their ... Continue reading
  2. Beer Goes Far Better With Food
    Beer is a better drink to serve with food than wine, Britain’s Beer Sommelier of the Year has claimed, as she advises hosts to serve it a Champagne flute or brandy snifter rather than traditional pint glasses. Jane Peyton, who was named Sommelier of the Year by The Beer Academy in May, said that there was too much snobbery around pairing beer with food. She advised serving beers made with Champagne yeast as an aperitif or ales with chocolate and coffee flavours with rich desserts like tirimusu. “It’s actually much better pairing with a food than wine and there are ... Continue reading
  3. Will Texas Stop Licensing Marriage?
    Texas state Rep. David Simpson (R-Longview) has an intriguing response to Obergefell v. Hodges, the United States Supreme Court decision imposing a national mandate to override the diverse ways in which state governments deal with same sex marriage. Simpson is asking Texas Governor Greg Abbott to declare a special session of the state legislature to consider Simpson’s proposal that Texas end marriage licensing in the state. Simpson’s radical response to the court’s decision should not be too surprising given that earlier this year he responded to the war on marijuana with a bill that would eliminate all Texas laws regarding ... Continue reading
  4. Who Has Denigrated Marriage?
    Conservative, evangelical, and fundamentalist Christians are not going to like what I am going to say. And neither are most ordinary conservatives. But that has never stopped me before. The recent decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges was inevitable: The Fourteenth Amendment requires a State to license a marriage between two people of the same sex and to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when their marriage was lawfully licensed and performed out-of-State. It was inevitable because exactly two years before, the Supreme Court, in the case of United ... Continue reading
  5. Nowhere To Run
    The Fugitive Slave Act was passed in 1850 to deal with the problem of runaway slaves and the weakening of a 1793 law with the same objective. All people want to keep the fruits of their labor and when this desire is violated they seek some remedy, whether it be a change in the law or a change in location. If a slave could make it to Canada he was probably safe from the slave catchers. Some northern states had laws against black people – slave or free – moving into the state, so Canada was probably the best option. ... Continue reading
  6. Swords into Plowshares
    Ron has written many important books, but I think his latest is the most important for our time: Swords into Plowshares. Ron, movingly and eloquently, describes his lifetime of perpetual war, beginning with the horrific WWII, but shows us how to dream of, and achieve, a future free of war and other forms of state violence. Swords into Plowshares can change a nation and a world, if it gets into enough people's hands. That is how persuasive this book is, which so brilliantly shows us the heart and mind of this great man and the great cause of peace, domestic and ... Continue reading
  7. One Beautiful Defensive Gun
    MasterPiece Arms is expanding on the new model Defender series with a 9mm Luger carbine that uses Glock-pattern magazines. Called the MPA20DMG, this carbine combines a machined aluminum lower with a standard Defender upper in a carbine configuration. The MPA20DMG is built around a 16.2-inch barrel that threaded for common 1/2-28 muzzle devices and comes equipped with a beefy ported compensator. The front is toothed for use as a standoff device. Running down the length of the barrel is a free-floating quad rail for accessories like the Strike Industries angled foregrip shown. The handguard has an inner diameter of 1.57 inches ... Continue reading
  8. The Fat-Cat Burglars, the 40-Elephant Gang
    The lives of thieves have always captivated the minds of the public, be it through books, movies, or newspaper headlines. They lead dangerous and fascinating lives full of surprises, risks, and uncertainty. We are all familiar with the most famous thieves, such as romanticized couple Bonnie and Clyde, trickster Frank Abagnale, and bank robber John Dillinger. Below, however, we have put together a list of lesser-known thieves with utterly fascinating stories that are worth sharing. 10 Jeanne de Valois-Saint-Remy Jeanne de Valois-Saint-Remy, also known as Comtesse de la Motte, was a French thief who became famous through the “Affair of ... Continue reading
  9. Some Pity for a Human Mastodon
    The ways of human perversity are legion, and secretly we are glad of it, for it would be a dull world—a kind of ideal Switzerland raised to a higher power—without them. The bizarre, the wicked, and the perverse entertain us even as we condemn them or shake our heads over them in pretended disbelief. We want the world to be free of all this evil, but not just yet. A case in France, that of Dominique Cottrez, will be the subject of books to come, ranging from the frankly prurient to the academically respectable. There will be sage attempts to ... Continue reading
  10. Terrorists Under Your Bed
    “Strange how paranoia can link up with reality now and then.” ― Philip K. Dick, A Scanner Darkly Once upon a time, there was a nation of people who believed everything they were told by their government. When terrorists attacked the country, and government officials claimed to have been caught by surprise, the people believed them. And when the government passed massive laws aimed at locking down the nation and opening the door to total government surveillance, the people believed it was done merely to keep them safe. The few who disagreed were labeled traitors. When the government waged costly ... Continue reading
  11. Gays Have Always Been Free To Marry
    If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers. - Thomas Pynchon A slave is one who waits for someone to come and free him. - Ezra Pound The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring that the right of gays and lesbians to marry is mandated by the Constitution, has brought responses that reflect how conditioned most people’s minds are to the practice of state-contrived conflicts. The power of the state depends upon conflicts and, therefore, state officials endeavor to create bogeymen, wars, and other fear-objects with which to mesmerize the Boobeoisie into ... Continue reading
  12. It’s a Bubble, Not a Recovery
    The past four years or so have been extremely frustrating for investors like me who have structured their portfolios around the belief that the current experiments in central bank stimulus, the anti-business drift in Washington, and America's  mediocre economy and unresolved debt issues would push down the value of the dollar, push up commodity prices, and favor assets in economies with relatively low debt levels and higher GDP growth. But since the beginning of 2011, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has rallied 67% while the rest of the world has been largely stuck in the mud. This dominance is reminiscent of ... Continue reading

BlackListed News

  1. Numbered Man – An Analysis of The Prisoner (1967)
    1960s spy fiction is some of my favorite fiction. Developing its own unique aesthetic, from Bond toThe Saint to Harry Palmer, the vivid, flamboyant style of both the spies and their cinema incarnations created an iconic pop phenomena that survives still (as 007 is still going strong). Everyone knows 007, but few are aware of the more philosophical, science fiction based British cult show, The Prisoner starring Patrick McGoohan. McGoohan not only starred in the show, but is also the series’ co-creator, following his successful Danger Man series, and reportedly passed over the role of Bond in Dr. Noand The Saint due to moral qualms with 007’s ethics(McGoohan was a professing Roman Catholic). Regardless, The Prisoner remains one of the most fascinating presentations of the dark side of international espionage, combining the esoteric, philosophical, geopolitical and the fantastical, as well as functioning as a critique of the most foundational assumptions of modern, “progressive” man. For this, it most certainly warrants an analysis.
  2. Oregon Is First State to Charge Drivers for Each Mile They Drive
    When he's not riding his bicycle, Rep. Earl Blumenauer, an Oregon Democrat, said he's driving a fuel-efficient hybrid, and that's a problem, because it means he's not paying his "fair share" for highway maintenance. Blumenauer says that's why he signed up for OReGO, the nation's first program to charge drivers based on the number of miles they drive.
    China is steadily expanding its military footprint in Africa, highlighted by the recent deployment of 700 combat-ready troops to join a multinational peacekeeping operation in South Sudan. In all, the People’s Liberation Army and Navy now have an estimated 2,700 soldiers, sailors, engineers and medical staff stationed across the continent.
  4. London Now the Global Money-laundering Centre for Drug Trade, Says Crime Expert
    UK banks and financial services have ignored so-called “know your customer” rules designed to curb criminals’ abilities to launder the proceeds of crime, Roberto Saviano warned. Mr Saviano, author of the international bestseller Gomorrah, which exposed the workings of the Neapolitan crime organisation Camorra, said: “The British treat it as not their problem because there aren’t corpses on the street.”
  5. NYPD destroyed evidence in class action lawsuit against department
    The New York Police Department (NYPD) has destroyed evidence in an ongoing lawsuit against it, which alleges that police use a secret quota system to make arrests, new documents claim. The class action suit alleges that NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly and former Chief of Department Joseph Esposito were secretly applying pressure to officers to issue more arrests after falling short of quotas for traffic offenses and low-level crime, resulting in up to 850,000 wrongful summonses – or written notifications to a party telling them where and when they need to be in court. Some summons cases leave the recipient with a criminal record.
    Toll lower than last year...
  7. Just days after accusing the Troika of engaging in financial terrorism
    Just days after accusing the Troika of engaging in financial terrorism, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has resigned, writing on his blog that he will “wear the creditors’ loathing with pride.” The day before the country’s crucial referendum, Varoufakis told Spain’s El Mundo newspaper that the Troika forced Greece to close its banks for a week in order to “instil fear” and force a ‘yes’ vote – a move that ultimately failed.
  8. Woolly Mammoth Clones Closer Than Ever, Thanks to Genome Sequencing
    A new analysis of the woolly mammoth genome has revealed several adaptations that allowed the furry beasts to thrive in the subzero temperatures of the last ice age, including a metabolism that allowed them to pack on insulating fat, smaller ears that lost less heat and a reduced sensitivity to cold.
  9. New Zealand Parliament Overwhelmingly Decides Free Speech Must Take A Backseat To Cyberbullying Concerns
    New Zealand is the latest country to "do something" about online trolling. A rather comprehensive anti-cyberbullying act passed its third reading in the Parliament by a significant margin (116-5) and is awaiting royal assent. The "Harmful Digital Communications Act" criminalizes plenty of speech, mainly through the use of broad wording.
    After failing to criminally prosecute any of the financial firms responsible for the market collapse in 2008, former Attorney General Eric Holder is returning to Covington & Burling, a corporate law firm known for serving Wall Street clients. The move completes one of the more troubling trips through the revolving door for a cabinet secretary. Holder worked at Covington from 2001 right up to being sworn in as attorney general in Feburary 2009. And Covington literally kept an office empty for him, awaiting his return.
    German state news agency Deutsche Welle reported Sunday (July 05) that the German Army would participate in two military exercises in Ukraine. The soldiers, the number of which has not been disclosed, will be involved in the exercises Rapid Trident and Sea Breeze under the leadership of the United States. Rapid Trident supports interoperability among Ukraine, US, NATO and Partnership for Peace member nations.
  12. Podcast: Blacklisted Radio - 7.5.2015
    In this episode of Blacklisted News Radio, Doug Owen talks about his observations from Independence Day celebrations as well as the Greeks voting for independence over more IMF / Troika control. Great callers make this economically focused show a little livelier than it would have been otherwise!
  13. Central Banks Scramble to Rescue… Stocks, Not Greece
    Stocks are sacred. Except those in Greece where no one knows when banks will reopen and what currency or IOUs or whatever they will dispense when they do reopen, and no one knows how Greek businesses are supposed to function under these circumstances, how they’re supposed to pay their employees and produce and sell things and provide services. And no one knows what Greek stocks are worth because the Athens Stock Exchange remains closed.
  14. Food Fight! Congress, Consumers Battle Over GMOs
    At the center of the conflict is a bill sponsored by Republican Rep. Mike Pompeo of Kansas that would block state and local laws from requiring food labels to disclose genetically engineered ingredients. So far, three states – Vermont, Connecticut and Maine – have passed mandatory labeling laws for genetically modified food. At least fifteen other states are considering similar regulations.
  15. Nuland’s Nemesis: Will Greece Be Destroyed to Save Her From Russia, Like Ukraine?
    A putsch in Athens to save allied Greece from enemy Russia is in preparation by the US and Germany, with backing from the non-taxpayers of Greece – the Greek oligarchs, Anglo-Greek shipowners, and the Greek Church. At the highest and lowest level of Greek government, and from Thessaloniki to Milvorni, all Greeks understand what is happening. Yesterday they voted overwhelmingly to resist. According to a high political figure in Athens, a 40-year veteran, “what is actually happening is a slow process of regime change.”