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  1. Al Gore’s Microphone Fails While He Uses Bible Verses to Push Global Warming 2014-09-18
  2. Kiss Your Grass-Fed Beef Goodbye! GMO Grass About to Be Approved 2014-09-18
  3. Tucson Cop Leaves Photographer Hospitalized after Claiming he was Blinded by Flash 2014-09-18
  4. Home Depot Says Data Hack Affected 56 Million Payment Cards 2014-09-18
  5. Did Apple Keep Or Remove Its Warrant Canary Concerning PATRIOT Act Requests? 2014-09-18
  6. Australia raids foil reported ISIS beheading plots 2014-09-18
  7. Immigration Agent Union: Obama ‘Widened Loopholes’ for Terrorists to Enter USA 2014-09-18
  8. Pres. Obama Couldn’t be More Wrong About the Constitution 2014-09-18
  9. Rand Paul on ISIS: ‘Intervention Created This Chaos’ 2014-09-18
  10. Tech Firm: More Than 15 Stingray Phone Trackers Operating In D.C. 2014-09-18
  11. “Stocks Are More Crash-Prone Than Ever,” Fleckenstein Slams “Fed’s Idiot Policies” 2014-09-18
  12. The Philippines’ Most Active Volcano Is Now Shooting Lava and Super-Heated Boulders 2014-09-18
  13. Al-Qaeda Offshoot Says It Hijacked A Pakistani Navy Ship to Attack U.S. Vessels 2014-09-18
  14. U.S. spacecraft to reach Mars this weekend 2014-09-18
  15. Report: Cali. Lead Ban to Triple Ammo Prices 2014-09-18
  16. Boehner Touts Immigration Reform: ‘The Sooner We Do It the Better’ 2014-09-18
  17. Obama To Micromanage War Against ISIS, Military Can’t Attack Until He Signs Off On Every Strike 2014-09-18
  18. ISIS Calls For Radicalized Americans To Go To Homes Of U.S. Soldiers, ‘Slaughter Them’ 2014-09-18
  19. Texas Wants to Execute Man Who Killed Home Intruder Who Turned Out to Be SWAT Member 2014-09-18
  20. Mystery Surrounds Unexplained Cellphone Tower in NC 2014-09-18
  21. France to join US air war against jihadists in Iraq 2014-09-18
  22. The days of texting and driving are over with this new device 2014-09-18
  23. Islamic State militants seize Kurdish villages in northern Syria 2014-09-18
  24. Former CIA deputy director says Khorasan more threatening than ISIS 2014-09-18
  25. Expert: Largest Fed-fueled bubble in human history 2014-09-18

  1. Lee Hamilton - the debate about WTC 7 continues 2014-09-17
  2. David Hooper 2014 "The Anatomy of a Great Deception" 2014-09-16
  3. “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” 2014 September Truth Actions 2014-09-16
  4. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 5 - Coleen Rowley 2014-09-16
  5. The Smoking Guns of the 2001 Anthrax Attacks 2014-09-15
  6. New 9/11 Timeline Entries: White House Staffers' Actions on 9/11, President Apparently in Danger, and More 2014-09-15
  7. Why are the ASCE Journals being dishonest and misleading concerning how the WTC Towers collapsed? 2014-09-13
  8. New Letter at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2014-09-13
  9. Never Forget … Countries from Around the World Admit They Use False Flag Terror 2014-09-10
  10. Dan Rather's Most Interesting and Controversial 9/11 Reports 2014-09-10
  11. The Day Before 9/11: Suspicious Events of Sept. 10, 2001 2014-09-10
  12. NSA Whistleblower Joins AE911Truth in Calling for Real 9/11 Investigation - GRTV Feature Interview 2014-09-09
  13. Why Hasn't Obama Kept Promise To Declassify 28 Pages Of A Report About 9/11? 2014-09-08
  14. Huge 45 foot digital billboard near Times Square will show video of the collapse of WTC7, millions will see it 2014-09-04
  15. Letter to the Editor - Daily Reflector - Greenville NC 2014-09-03
  16. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 3 - Erik Larson 2014-09-02
  17. The 2001 Anthrax Deception: A New Book from Graeme MacQueen 2014-08-31
  18. William Binney– former NSA Technical Director-- signs AE911Truth petition 2014-08-30
  19. #Declassify 2014-08-21
  20. Why Intelligent People Fear the Truth August 21, 2014 | By WakingTimes 2014-08-21
  21. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 1 - Jenna Orkin 2014-08-20
  22. TMR 079 : Kevin Ryan : On Why NIST's 9/11 WTC Reports are False and Unscientific 2014-08-16
  23. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse-About 9/11? Part 9: Brain Research, Part 2 – Moral Psychology 2014-08-10
  24. NSA Lied About Knowledge Of 2 9/11 Hijackers In U.S., Didn't Inform The FBI 2014-08-09
  25. C-SPAN Washington Journal: Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth 2014-08-01
  26. NYC CAN: A heartfelt thank you - We couldn't have done it without you. 2014-08-01
  27. CIA Director George Tenet Facilitated 9/11 2014-07-30
  28. Thomas Kean & Lee Hamilton Call For The Release Of The 28 Redacted Pages 2014-07-23
  29. What a Difference a Dozen Volunteers Makes! Chicago AIA Convention Activists Net Over 120 More A/E Petition Signers 2014-07-22
  30. NY1 coverage of the High-Rise Safety Initiative 2014-07-15


  1. What’s in Your First Aid Kit?
    Generally speaking, I have a fairly decent first aid kit.  It includes everything from a large variety of bandages to pain killers, antibiotics, essential oils, trauma supplies, first aid books, and equipment such as braces, splints and a blood pressure monitor. That being said, I put the kit together a few years ago and as they say, I wish I knew then what I know now.  As with all things preparedness, my knowledge has increased over time and I now recognize that I need to go back and revisit my first aid kit, adding items that are missing and removing certain items I ... Continue reading
  2. Painting Your Walls?
    Dipping a roller in some paint and slapping it on a wall seems like such a simple task—and to an extent, it is. But there are a few tips and tools that do make the job quicker, easier, and result in far less paint in your hair. I'd painted dozens of rooms before I finally read an article on the proper way to roll on paint, and I'll be honest, I rolled my eyes at the idea of it. I typically bought cheap brushes, cheap paint, and didn't much care for painting rooms, but it didn't seem too difficult. As ... Continue reading
  3. Politics as Homicide
    If Murray Rothbard were alive and were writing his occasional reviews of films as Mr. First Nighter, he would love the movie Absolute Power. Directed and produced by Clint Eastwood, it stars Clint and Gene Hackman in superb performances. The great E. G. Marshall is equally excellent, in his last film appearance. Clint is an aging cat burglar, Hackman is the one with absolute power—he is the murdering, philandering, and totally charming President of the United States. In the course of burglarizing the estate of an old, politically powerful billionaire, played by Marshall, Eastwood witnesses Hackman’s drunken attempted rape of ... Continue reading
  4. Help Obama Kickstart WW3 (and 4)
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  5. Drink More Water
    A fish without water can’t breathe, and we can’t live without water either! Staying hydrated is one of the most important ways to stay healthy and maintain a proper body weight, but most of us are dehydrated without realizing it. Without sufficient water in your body, your cells get congested, your skin can’t detox, and your bladder and kidneys won’t work properly. You’ll feel tired and eat more, too. Staying hydrated is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy. Here’s why. The Importance of Drinking Water, Staying Hydrated When you feel thirsty, your body is likely already insufficiently hydrated. ... Continue reading
  6. You’re Invited
    For several weeks, the tragic soul of The Mogambo has been troubled by subtle undertones in The Force, inexplicably using an old Star Wars metaphor, which brings up the interesting question as to how a Jedi light-saber would fare against a couple of belt-fed .50 caliber machineguns at point-blank range. Other than pondering those kinds of deeply philosophical questions, it was the old “It’s quiet. Too quiet” kind of thing, where you are always nervously looking over your shoulder, and seeing enemies lurking in every shadow, every nerve on the razor’s edge. Trigger fingers twitching, too, which is difficult to ... Continue reading
  7. What Is the Government Hiding?
    August 19, 2014 – When the report “Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 2001″ was published, 28 of its pages were deemed classified by then-President George W. Bush, who stood firm that the information within these pages needed to remain shielded from the public, as a matter of national security. In the nearly 13 years since the horrific events of 9/11, the number of people concerned about the truth behind 9/11 has grown steadily. President Barack Obama has said he would declassify the information about 9/11, but just as he has not upheld ... Continue reading
  8. Freedom for Flanders
    An independent Flanders with Brussels as its capital will be best for the Flemish people who represent 60 percent of the Belgium population, and provide 80 percent of its economy, Flemish MP Tom van Grieken told RT. Following in the footsteps of Scotland, Veneto in Italy and Catalonia in Spain, and Belgium’s Flemish region may become the next to hold a referendum on independence. The Flanders area of northern Belgium has been claiming its own sovereignty for years, and if it succeeds, Belgium may be no more, along with its being the symbol of a united Europe. The 2008 financial crisis has boosted separatism movements ... Continue reading
  9. Decomposing the Nation State
    Libertarians tend to focus on two important units of analysis: the individual and the state. And yet, one of the most dramatic and significant events of our time has been the re-emergence — with a bang — in the last five years of a third and much-neglected aspect of the real world, the “nation.” When the “nation” has been thought of at all, it usually comes attached to the state, as in the common word, “the nation-state,” but this concept takes a particular development of recent centuries and elaborates it into a universal maxim. In the last five years, however, ... Continue reading
  10. Far Better Than The Godfather
    The untimely death of the great, hulking, utterly invulnerable-looking James Gandolfini has robbed us of the chance to see what the rest of his career might have been like. Since the final season of The Sopranos he had been shaping up as an unusually imaginative producer, but now we will have to remember him just as an actor, and mainly, of course in the role of Tony Soprano. In 2004, when there was still another season of The Sopranos to come, I wrote a piece in homage to its accomplishment. Some of the show's fans thought that the final season was a ... Continue reading
  11. For the New Abnormal
    While many economists and market watchers have failed to notice, we have entered a new chapter in the short and checkered history of central banking. This paradigm shift, as yet unaddressed in the textbooks, changes the basic policy tools that have traditionally defined the sphere of macroeconomic decision-making. The job of a central banker is supposed to be the calibration of interest rates to achieve the optimal rate of growth for any particular economic environment. It is hoped that successful decisions, which involve perfectly timed moves to raise rates when the economy overheats and lower them when it cools, would bring ... Continue reading
  12. The Liar-in-Chief
    Obama gave another speech on a new, more violent outbreak of terrorism.  He began by thanking those on the front lines: …they’ve got hundreds of professionals who are working tirelessly on this issue. …I’ll be meeting with some of these men and women, including some who recently returned from the front lines of the outbreak.  And they represent public service at its very best.  And so I just want them to know how much the American people appreciate them. Serving the country; the few, the proud; a global force for good.  You know the story. Many of them are serving far away from home, away from ... Continue reading

  1. Trust in Mass Media Returns to All-Time Low
    After registering slightly higher trust last year, Americans’ confidence in the media’s ability to report “the news fully, accurately, and fairly” has returned to its previous all-time low of 40%. Americans’ trust in mass media has generally been edging downward from higher levels in the late 1990s and the early 2000s.
  2. CIA Posts Hundreds of Declassified Journal Articles
    The Central Intelligence Agency has posted hundreds of declassified and unclassified articles from its in-house journal Studies in Intelligence, in an effort to settle a lawsuit brought by a former employee, Jeffrey Scudder. Until lately, the CIA had resisted release of the requested articles in softcopy format (Secrecy News, March 17), but the Agency eventually relented.
  3. Air Force Funds Pocket-Sized Drone for Surveilling Tight Spaces
    The US Air Force has awarded a contract to CyPhy Works, a Danvers, Massachusetts-based startup led by CEO (and iRobot co-founder) Helen Greiner. CyPhy will design and deliver a pocket-sized drone for use in search and rescue operations in collapsed buildings, tunnels, and other confined spaces and steep grades that may be difficult for crawling robots to negotiate.
  4. Happy Constitution Day! Ninth Circuit Affirms That It’s Illegal To Wear American Flag Shirts On Cinco De Mayo
    It’s official: the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has issued an order declining a request for an en banc hearing in a case involving four students in at a California high school who were sent home for wearing American flag T-shirts on Cinco de Mayo.
  5. Scottish Independence: Politicians Love Democracy So Much They're Trying To Subvert It
    The polls in Scotland will close this week on one of the more important elections in recent history… perhaps one of the only elections that actually matters. Rather than a typical vote to see who the captain of the Titanic will be, Scots are deciding whether they want to be free and independent from the UK.
  6. 238 Years Of The (Dis)United Kingdom
    As the World anxiously awaits the results of today's Scottish Referendum for independence from The United Kingdom, we thought a little context on just how many 'nations' have left over the last 238 years...
  7. NSA shared Americans' private communications with Israel: Snowden
    Leaked by Snowden and first reported by the British newspaper the Guardian, it said the material included "unevaluated and unminimized transcripts, gists, facsimiles, telex, voice and Digital Network Intelligence metadata and content.”
  8. New Questions Raised About NSA-Israel Intelligence Sharing
    As Israeli reservists accuse spy unit of "political persecution," relationship between Israel and NSA challenged
  9. Robot with “morals” makes surprisingly deadly decisions
    Anyone excited by the idea of stepping into a driverless car should read the results of a somewhat alarming experiment at Bristol’s University of the West of England, where a robot was programmed to rescue others from certain doom… but often didn’t.
  10. Cameras to Detect ‘Abnormal’ Behavior
    In the chimerical pursuit of perfect security, Western countries are turning to advanced technology to detect and stop terrorist attacks. But these expensive schemes often fail to deliver greater safety while further eroding personal freedom, as Sander Venema observed in the Netherlands.
  11. Apple will no longer unlock most iPhones, iPads for police, even with search warrants
    Apple said Wednesday night that it is making it impossible for the company to turn over data from most iPhones or iPads to police — even when they have a search warrant — taking a hard new line as tech companies attempt to blunt allegations that they have too readily participated in government efforts to collect user information.
  12. Is Monsanto Admitting Guilt in ‘Zombie Wheat’ Settlement?
    News emerged this week about a possible settlement between Monsanto and the farmers whose wheat was allegedly contaminated by unauthorized genetically modified seeds produced by the biotech firm. Lawyers for a contingent of soft white wheat farmers in Kansas told a Kansas City federal judge that an agreement had been reached in a class-action lawsuit between Monsanto and a group of wheat farmers in Oregon, where “zombie” GMO wheat contaminated fields last year, throwing off wheat exports in the process.
    The International Monetary Fund said Wednesday it is preparing $127 million in zero-interest loans to the three African countries hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak - Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
  14. City of London vs. Scottish Independence
    Scotland has a long and noteworthy history of banking. Money, savings and investing is entrenched in the culture and society. Edinburgh is the fourth largest financial centre in Europe (after London, Frankfurt and Paris). Much of this reputation has arisen from its history of innovation over the last three hundred years. The Bank of Scotland, established in 1695, one year after the Bank of England by an Act of the Scottish Parliament, illustrates the prevailing attitude to the creation of money in that era. A list of banking innovations is a useful background of Scottish banking activities.
  15. Which Global Hegemon Is on Shifting Sands?
    Given that all the leading candidates for Global Hegemon are hastening down paths of self-destruction, perhaps there will be no global hegemon dominating the 21st century.