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  1. Ron Paul: Syria Invasion, Are They Flirting with WWIII? 2016-02-09
  2. Milwaukee Sheriff Compares Beyonce Super Bowl Act to KKK Rally 2016-02-09
  3. Incredible! The Fall Of Fat Ass 2016-02-09
  4. Kim Kardashian is still better at Twitter than ISIS 2016-02-09
  5. Trump Owns Jeb Bush On Eminent Domain Argument 2016-02-09
  6. Germany Can Only Absorb 350,000 Migrants A Year Despite 1.5 Million Influx 2016-02-09
  7. Running Gives Your Brain a Work Out, Say Scientists 2016-02-09
  8. FBI Snags Another Demented Would-be Terrorist 2016-02-09
  9. German Gun Ownership SKYROCKETS To 301,000 In Response To Migrant Crisis 2016-02-09
  10. ‘Islamic State Commander’ Found Living As Refugee In Rural German Village 2016-02-09
  11. California Grants Driver’s Licenses to 605,000 Undocumented 2016-02-09
  12. Government Employees Spent Almost $1 Million in Taxpayer Money at Casinos 2016-02-09
  13. IRS Kept $4.75 Billion in Overpayments That Taxpayers Can No Longer Claim Back 2016-02-09
  14. House Border Security Caucus: Obama Not Allowing Agents to Do Their Job, ‘Putting Every American at Risk’ 2016-02-09
  15. Video: Mr. Rubio Roboto 2016-02-09
  16. Former GE CEO Jack Welch: ‘We’re in a Slowdown. There’s No Question’ 2016-02-09
  17. $365,694,500,000: U.S. Merchandise Trade Deficit With China Hit Record in 2015 2016-02-09
  18. US Intelligence Chief: We Might Use the Internet of Things to Spy on you 2016-02-09
  19. ICE Whistleblower Fired After Refusing DHS Hush Money 2016-02-09
  20. ISIS to Sleeper Cells: Shave And Wear Crosses to Blend in 2016-02-09
  21. Beyonce Performs Racist Act At Super Bowl 50 2016-02-09
  22. Twitter Announces Partnership With Islamists, Feminists to Restrict Free Speech 2016-02-09
  23. Global Central Banks are Running ‘out of ammo’ 2016-02-09
  24. National Intelligence Boss Exaggerates Islamic State Domestic Terror Threat 2016-02-09
  25. ‘White Guilt’ Video Shown to High School Students for Black History Month 2016-02-09

  1. Architect vs. Blacksmith: Viral 9/11 Truth-Debunking Blacksmith Gets It All Wrong 2016-01-27
  2. 9/11 as False Flag: Why International Law Must Dare to Care 2016-01-20
  3. A Very Heavy Agenda Part 2: How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the New Neocons 2016-01-18
  4. United Airlines Held an Exercise So Realistic That Its Personnel Had to Be Reassured That the 9/11 Attacks Were 'Not a Drill' 2016-01-05
  5. Terrorism in 2015: Following a False Flag Formula 2016-01-04
  6. Propaganda Can’t Melt Steel Beams 2015-12-20
  7. The First Transparent and Unbiased Computer Modeling of WTC 7 2015-11-26
  8. Pentagon Plane Puzzle + David Chandler: Going Beyond Speculation 2015-11-22
  9. September 2015 Actions of “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” 2015-11-20
  10. Architecture Boston Expo/ABX 2015 with AE911Truth 2015-11-18
  11. The New York Times’ 9/11 Propaganda 2015-11-09
  12. Condi Rice: Here's Your 9/11 Smoking Gun 2015-10-30
  13. The Importance of the Official 9/11 Myth 2015-10-26
  14. New 9/11 Timeline Entries: Pre-9/11 Warnings about Al-Qaeda, Cheney's Military Aide on 9/11, and More 2015-10-23
  15. A Very Heavy Agenda Part 1: A Catalyzing Event [trailer] 2015-10-14
  16. How to Spy the 9/11 Lie 2015-10-04
  17. Why Saudi Ties to 9/11 Mean U.S. Ties to 9/11 2015-09-27
  18. 9/11: The North Tower & The "Pile-Driver" That Wasn't 2015-09-25
  19. Air Defense Exercise a Month Before 9/11 Was Based Around Osama Bin Laden Carrying Out an Aerial Attack on Washington 2015-09-17
  20. Jon Stewart Joins 9-11 Firefighters Protest On Capitol Hill - Sep 16, 2015 2015-09-16
  21. Sharyl Attkisson Debuts With 28 Pages Report 2015-09-13
  22. 9/11 Trillions: Follow The Money Published on Sep 11, 2015 2015-09-13
  23. Fourteen Facts About 9/11 2015-09-11
  24. 9/11 Bombshells The Media Missed 2015-09-11
  25. Case Convar: Evidence of Foreknowledge of the 9/11 Attacks 2015-09-10
  26. 9/11: Decade of Deception (Full Film NEW 2015) Published on Sep 10, 2015 2015-09-10
  27. ‘Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death’: The Loss of Our Freedoms in the Wake of 9/11 2015-09-09
  28. 14th Anniversary of 9/11: Global Interactive Broadcast with Kevin Ryan, Cynthia McKinney, James Corbett and more 2015-08-31
  29. Dr. Graeme MacQueen : Eyewitness Evidence of Explosions in the Twin Towers 2015-08-05
  30. Understanding Oil Qaeda 2015-07-31


  1. Eat It

    By Dr. Mercola Of all the treats available, chocolate is one of the most craved foods in the world. The first solid chocolate bar, made from cocoa butter, cocoa powder and sugar, was introduced by the British chocolate company J.S. Fry & Sons in 1847, but the history of chocolate goes back at least 4,000 years.1 Pre-Olmec cultures in Mexico produced chocolate as early as 1900 B.C. Originally, it was consumed as a bitter beverage. The cacao beans were fermented, roasted, and then ground into a paste that was mixed with water and spices like chili peppers and vanilla, sweetened ... Continue reading

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  2. The Totalitarian Rip-Off

    A recent look at some headlines, all less than two months old, gives us a scary view as to what is coming: Bring On the Cashless Future - Bloomberg China buyers go virtually cashless  - The Star Norway's Biggest Bank Calls For Country To Stop Using Cash - Int'l Business Times Cashless future underway as Canadian consumers have more credit, debit and app options than ever - CBC In Sweden, a Cash-Free Future Nears - NY Times Germany proposes new cash ban and capital controls as Europe rushes towards NIRP - Examiner With the Western World and China in danger ... Continue reading

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  3. How To Spot a Liar

    How many people have you spoken with today? Chances are that most of them lied to you—and that they did it more than once. It’s a hard fact to accept, but even your closest friends and coworkers lie to you regularly. University of Massachusetts psychologist Robert Feldman has studied lying for more than a decade, and his research has reached some startling conclusions. Most shocking is that 60% of people lie during a typical 10-minute conversation and that they average two to three lies during that short timeframe. Most of the people in Feldman’s studies don’t even realize all of ... Continue reading

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  4. Even More Sinister Than You Thought

    Psychological Operations » (Psy Ops) are « tricks of war », like the Trojan Horse. Under the influence of General Edward Lansdale, the United States equipped their armies and the CIA with these special Psy Ops units, first of all in the Philippines, in Vietnam and against Cuba, then as permanent fixtures [1]. Psychological Operations are far more complex than propaganda, which is aimed only at deforming the perception of reality. For example, during the war against Syria in 2011, allied propaganda consisted of convincing the population that President el-Assad was going to abdicate, as President Ben Ali of Tunisia had ... Continue reading

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  5. Dangerous Speech

    “If you can’t say ‘Fuck’ you can’t say, ‘Fuck the government.’” ― Lenny Bruce Not only has free speech become a four-letter word—profane, obscene, uncouth, not to be uttered in so-called public places—but in more and more cases, the government deems free speech to be downright dangerous and in some instances illegal. The U.S. government has become particularly intolerant of speech that challenges the government’s power, reveals the government’s corruption, exposes the government’s lies, and encourages the citizenry to push back against the government’s many injustices. Indeed, there is a long and growing list of the kinds of speech that ... Continue reading

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  6. Government Secrecy Evil Exposed

    The world of secrecy is truly out of control. Most people don’t think about the fact that millions of pages of documents every year are classified and kept from public viewing, and that’s just in the United States alone. If a historian wanted to study the history of their country, how could they properly do it when a majority of their history remains ‘classified?’ It was only only three years ago (2013) when the Central Intelligence Agency finally admitted to the existence of Area 51. Although it didn’t ‘officially’ exist before the CIA made this admission, it was pretty clear ... Continue reading

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  7. Kneecapping a Neocon

    Lew Rockwell joins me for another debate analysis! The second-place slot is fluid in New Hampshire right now, so this debate could prove crucial. Listen to the podcast For audio of the previous debates go to

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  8. Avoid Last-Minute Panic

    Few can deny the common sense behind preparing for something that is definitely going to happen, yet every year, an impending winter storm sends people rushing out to the store at the last minute, prepping for a blizzard that is due to hit in mere hours. Every winter, if you live in certain climates, blizzards are going to occur. Usually, at least one storm will hit that will cause you to be snowed in. Often, those storms mean you will also lose power. There is the inevitable rush to the store for milk and bread, during which people battle it ... Continue reading

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  9. Soviet Mental Health

    The United States Preventive Services Task Force recently recommended mandatory depression screening for all Americans. The task force wants to force health insurance companies to pay for the screening. Basic economics, as well as the Obamacare disaster, should have shown this task force that government health insurance mandates harm Americans. Government health insurance mandates raise the price of health insurance. Consumers will respond to this increase by either choosing to not carry health insurance or by reducing their consumption of other goods and services. Imposing new health insurance mandates will thus make consumers, many of whom are already suffering from ... Continue reading

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  10. The Nonsense Called Entitlements

    During this election year, we are destined to hear many words that are toxic in the way they misrepresent reality and substitute fantasies that can win votes. One of these words is "entitlement." To hear some politicians tell it, we are all entitled to all sorts of things, ranging from "affordable housing" to "a living wage." But the reality is that the human race is not entitled to anything, not even the food we need to stay alive. If we don't produce food, we are just going to starve. If we don't build housing, then we are not going to ... Continue reading

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  11. If You’re a Monkey

    Happy Chinese New Year! This year, Chinese New Year - The Year of the Monkey - begins on February 8th and lasts until Jan 27th, 2017. Celebrations have started around the world - and now London is joining the festivities. People gathered at one of Hong Kong's best-known temples - the Wong Tai Sin - to make their new year wishes, while dancers dressed in traditional costumes performed at Ditan Park in Beijing. Wellwishers in the Philippines, Indonesia, North Korea, South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand have also kicked off the celebrations in their countries. The Sydney Opera House in Australia ... Continue reading

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  12. Real Libertarians

    Who are the real libertarians? Conservative Republicans who want to sucker libertarians to get their votes often describe themselves as libertarians or libertarian-leaning. Hollywood actors who favor the legalization of marijuana are sometimes referred to as libertarians—no matter what else they believe. Here are fifty questions about who should decide certain things that people, as individuals or as business owners, do or might want to do. The answers should make it abundantly clear who the real libertarians are. Who should decide whether you sell one of your kidneys? Who should decide whether you smoke marijuana? Who should decide to whom ... Continue reading

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BlackListed News

  1. California grants driver's licenses to 605,000 undocumented
    Some 605,000 undocumented immigrants who live in California were granted driver’s licenses in 2015, the first year they have been able to enjoy that benefit, officials said Monday. The law known as AB60 took effect on January 2, 2015. The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) expects a total of about 1.4 million people will get their license under the law by late 2017.
  2. Report: Gov’t Granted $750 Million Obamacare Funds to Hundreds of Thousands of Illegal Immigrants
    The government’s Obamacare program gave up $750 million in taxpayer subsidies to illegal immigrants and individuals without verified immigration status, says a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee reportobtained by Fox News. “The Administration awarded approximately $750 million in tax credits on behalf of individuals who were later determined to be ineligible because they failed to verify their citizenship, status as a national, or legal presence,” by July 2015, according to Fox News.
  3. Thousands of protesters tear-gassed by Turkish police in Kurdish city
    Turkish police have fired tear gas at thousands of people protesting in the city of Diyarbakir. Citizens of the Kurdish-majority city had been demonstrating against the continuation of a crackdown on Kurdish activists by Turkish police. As a sign of protest, shops and schools were closed in the city, which is in southeastern Turkey. A representative of the Democratic Societies Congress said that the demonstration would last for three days before residents decide whether to continue the protests or bring them to a halt, RIA reports. A few thousand protesters gathered in the city center to take part in a rally. However, they were met by police vehicles wit
  4. Erdogan Blackmailed EU for €30 Bln Over Migrant Crisis Plan
    In November, during a meeting with President of the European Council Donald Tusk and European Commission Chairman Jean-Claude Juncker, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded from Brussels €30 billion to resolve the European migrant crisis, a leaked document revealed. The talks took place in Antalya on November 14, 2015. The confidential document has been published by Greek website Euro2Day.According to it, Erdogan threatened to send migrants to Europe.
  5. Saudi Arabia’s “religious police” arrest doll mascot for breaching Sharia Law
    A doll mascot has been arrested by Saudi Arabia’s Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice for not wearing Islamic dress and disobeying Sharia Law. The female doll figure, dressed in a floor length blue and white costume and a hair band, was promoting the opening of a sweet shop in the capital Riyadh. Inside the costume however, was a man who was reportedly making inappropriate gestures to his male mascot companion, according to Global Voices.
  6. University-funded Sex Week features chance to win free vasectomy
    Last year’s controversial Sex Week at the University of Utah (UU) is back, and this year the university and Planned Parenthood-funded event will include training to be a Planned Parenthood Ambassador and a chance to win a year’s supply of contraceptives. Students for Choice, a student group supported by Planned Parenthood, organized the second annual Sex Week, with funding also provided by the College of Social Work, Office of Equity and Diversity, Associated Students of UU.
  7. National Security Agency Merging Offensive, Defensive Hacking Operations
    The U.S. National Security Agency on Monday outlined a reorganization that will consolidate its spying and domestic cyber-security operations, despite recommendations by a presidential panel that the agency focus solely on espionage.
  8. Stolen documents reveal British spy behind terror attack that claimed 9 British lives
    In 1993 an Irish republican paramilitary organization, the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA), carried out an attack on Shankill road in Belfast, Ireland. The intended target of the IRA were leaders of a loyalist terrorist group, the Ulster Defence Association (UDA), who were had a scheduled meeting above Frizzell’s fish shop.
  9. Arizona considering bill to ban 'free speech zones' on college campuses
    College students in Arizona may soon be free to express their opinions anywhere on campus without prior permission if the State Legislature passes a bill banning free speech zones. HB 2615, introduced Monday by State Rep. Anthony Kern, would prohibit all community colleges and universities in the state from designating any area of campus as a free speech zone, and would further require that any such zones that already exist “shall be converted to a monument or memorial.”
  10. Government Employees Spent Almost $1 Million in Taxpayer Money at Casinos
    Furthermore, nine hundred transactions, totaling $96,576, were made at “adult entertainment establishments.” As of May, 2015, only 41 percent of such actions went punished, with possible punishments including a “letter of reprimand.”
  11. Ruling: Cops Recording Your Every Move For 10 Weeks Doesn’t Violate The Constitution
    A federal appeals court on Monday ruled it is not unconstitutional for law enforcement to set up a camera on a public utility pole and record a suspect’s moves for 10 weeks straight. Such warrantless recording is permitted, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit said, because people have “no reasonable expectation of privacy in video footage recorded by a camera that was located on top of a public utility pole and that captured the same views enjoyed by passersby on public roads.”
  12. Forced Vaccination for all Hospital Workers Passes Indiana Senate Unanimously
    We contacted you a couple of weeks ago to ask for your help to oppose a bad bill, SB 162, which implements vaccine mandates for all hospital employees having patient contact starting in 2017. SB 162 is authored by Sen. Patricia Miller and Sen. James Arnold. House Sponsors are Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer and Rep. Charlie Brown. There have been some very concerning developments with this bill requiring your immediate communication with your legislators. SB 162 unfortunately passed the full senate on 2/2/16 completely unopposed with a vote of 50 yes and 0 no. The bill was amended to become a much worse bill. While the introduced version of the bill prohibited a hospital from ultimately requiring an employee to receive a vaccine if the “employee refuses to permit the immunization after being fully informed of the health risks” (introduced version p. 2 lines 26-40), the final version sent to the House was significantly adversely altered to force vaccination as a condition of employment and to grant liability protection for hospitals firing employees.
  13. 7 Famous Brands That Use Child Slaves To Make Your Chocolate
    Children younger than 15 – some as young as 5 – work from 6 am till evening in West Africa at cocoa farms connected to Nestlé, Hershey, Mars, Kraft, ADM Cocoa, Godiva, and Fowler’s Chocolate to produce your favorite chocolates including Reese’s, Kit Kat, M&M’s, MilkyWay and Butterfinger. In September 2015, three class action lawsuits brought in California accused Nestlé, Hershey, and Mars of turning a blind eye to human rights abuses by cocoa suppliers in West Africa while falsely portraying themselves as socially and ethically responsible. Nestlé, Cargill and ADM are currently facing a separate lawsuit brought by three Malian former child slaves in 2005 that accuses the companies of aiding and abetting child slavery in Côte d’Ivoire’s cocoa market.
  14. Implantable device translates thought into action
    Researchers in Australia have built an implantable brain-machine interface (BMI) that may give people with spinal cord injuries the ability to walk again using the power of their own thoughts. Consisting of a stent-based electrode, known as a "stentrode", implanted within a blood vessel of a patient's brain, along with a power supply and transmitter inserted under the skin in front of the shoulder, the new system creates a minimally invasive BMI that is capable of translating thoughts into action.
  15. Saudi Arabia Prepares To Send Special Forces To Syria; Will Fight As Part Of "US-Led Coalition"
    As we reported yesterday, in one of the most surprising developments involving the Syrian proxy war, Saudi Arabia and U.S. presence on the ground, the latest twist is that both Turkey and Saudi Arabia are now mulling a full-scale invasion while Russia and the Syrian government continue their progress in wiping out the US and Saudi-funded rebellion. To be sure, there was confusion when CNN Arabia reported first that the Saudis may send as much as 150,000 troops into Saudi Arabia, by way of Turkey, something which Anadolu news promptly denied.