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Typical of the propaganda throw at the public day after day 24/7 by MSN, AOL, in addition to the normal suspects Washington Post, ABC, NYT, etal
President Trump on Friday tweeted Rush Limbaugh’s praise of his first full press conference as president, saying the “fake media” is not happy after Thursday’s headline-making White House event.
President Donald Trump is trying to discredit the media, according to MSNBC’s Brian Williams, who discredited himself over a fake news story during the Iraq War.
In Friday’s White House Weekly Address President Donald Trump was terse and commented mostly on two key pieces of legislation which Trump said will remove burdens on the economy and get people back to work.
NATO defence chiefs will ramp up the naval presence in the Black Sea to put pressure on Vladimir Putin.
Alliance secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said that there would be an increase in training drills in the sea.
But he stressed that the actions are not to stoke tensions with Moscow but to deter it.
ANGELA Merkel has led the European push back against Donald Trump’s demands of an immediate increase in defence spending or risk the US scaling back its commitment to Transatlanic protection.
The German Chancellor has resisted the ultimatum, claiming Germany will not speed up on any existing plans to ramp up the country’s military budget by 2024.
Her defiance has been met with backing from the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, who has insisted countries not cave in to President Trump’s demands.
On the back of Brexit, the UK government is planning what could be a disastrous trade deal with the Trump administration. It would likely be worse than the secretive and undemocratic stalled Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal that the EU has been planning with the US.
A brazing story which alleges the Trump Administration was considering using the Army National Guard to round up undocumented immigrants landed the Associated Press in hot water with both the White House’s and DHS’s press secretaries Friday, shortly after the headline broke
Israeli honeypot and AIPAC
If you thought that yesterday's press conference was "ranty and ravey", it appears President Trump just turned the anti-'Fake news'-media amplifier up to '11', declaring CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS , The New York Times (but not The Washington Post?) as "enemies of the American people"...
Citizen journalist, Sean Dennis, has been making videos to keep the public updated on the situation at the Oroville Dam. While reporting in this latest Periscope video, he was informed that the sheriff’s department was looking for him because of his coverage.
Interesting! They let Mad Dog know,but they sent a heavy fighter escort to protect the old Bear bombers. ISIS has no AF,but we do!
Russian Tu-95 bombers have struck Islamic State (IS, former ISIS/ISIL) targets in Syria's Raqqa region using X-101 cruise missiles, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement, adding that it informed the US about the operation.
In Syria, the bombers operated under cover of Su-30 and Su-35 fighter jets scrambled from the Khmeimim Airbase in Syria's western Latakia region. The bombers then returned to their bases in Russia, the statement says.
The ministry also said it notified Washington about the strikes in advance using the “de-confliction” hotline.
We attacked our allies,not AlQaeda and killed our allies women and children.
YUP! Putin appears to have taken the gloves off after Trump's comments on giving Crimea back.
New details of a January raid by US forces against al-Qaeda in Yemen that left 26 people dead are raising new questions about the mission. A tribal leader enlisted by the US-supported Yemeni government to fight Shiite rebel factions was among those killed in the raid, according to local authorities.
A recent story that has received almost no media attention, shows that Liberal propaganda is alive and well on U.S college campuses.
Donald Trump's presidency is scarcely a month old, but responsible people in both parties already are thinking about the various ways it could be brought to an early end — ideally without permitting the political crisis that has enveloped the Trump White House to devolve into a constitutional one.
Butterflies are disappearing more rapidly from British towns and cities than from the countryside, according to a new study taken over the last 20 years. The research blames a multitude of factors for the decline, including climate change.
Wikileaks has released three classified CIA espionage orders revealing details of an alleged seven-month long spying campaign by the agency ahead of the 2012 French presidential election.
In his first solo press conference at the White House, US President Donald Trump announced his new nominee to head the Department of Labor and berated reporters for “fake news” about his administration.
Trump accuses Iran of seeking to develop nuclear weapons.
South Florida beach goers might not have expected to be stung by a bee in the surf, however, that’s exactly what’s been happening. In a rare occurrence, thousands of dead and dying bees have been washing up onto a popular beach in Naples, FL. Martha Duff, a Naples, FL resident told NBC Miami,…
WIDESPREAD suburban rioting spilled into central Paris last night as hundreds went on the rampage over the alleged rape of a young black man by French police.
The people of Greece are nervous and they are making a run on the banking system to get their currency out of the banks. The unemployment rate in France has gone nowhere since 2013.
It’s been seven years since the outbreak of the Greek debt crisis, yet Greece — the country that gave birth to democracy — is still stuck in a vicious cycle of debt, austerity and high unemployment. Three consecutive bailout programs have deprived the nation of its fiscal sovereignty, transferred many of its publicly owned assets and resources into private hands (virtually all of foreign origin), produced the collapse of the public health care system, slashed wages, salaries and pensions by as much as 50 percent, and led to a massive exodus of its skilled and educated labor force.
A 23-year-old illegal immigrant currently being detained may no longer have protection from deportation under the DACA program, as the Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement claim he is a “self-admitted gang member.”
In 2004, Abdul Hakim Belhaj was kidnapped in Hong Kong with British complicity, along with his pregnant wife, and rendered back to his native Libya. He was then held and tortured by the Muammar Gaddafi regime for six years.
Speaking to Middle East Eye, Belhaj says he intends to pursue his quest for justice after the UK’s top court ruled unanimously in January that he could bring a case against the UK government and Tony Blair’s former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw for his role in the abduction.
Prescription meds are a way that the Big Brother state can maintain control over your medical supplies and monitor you as an individual.
For some reason, this video is unwatchable on Periscope's replay archive, so here it is.
SALEM -- A group of Republican legislators introduced bills Wednesday that would make sweeping changes to Oregon's stance towards undocumented immigrants.
One bill would roll back Oregon's sanctuary state designation. That proposal and others -- bills that would make English the official language of Oregon and require employers to check workers' eligibility against a federal immigration database -- are unlikely to move through the Democrat-controlled Legislature.
Rep. Sal Esquivel, R-Medford. Michael Lloyd/The Oregonian.
Rep. Sal Esquivel, R-Medford. Michael Lloyd/The Oregonian. (Michael Lloyd)
House Bill 2921, sponsored by Rep. Sal Esquivel, R-Medford, and Rep. Mike Nearman, R-Independence, would require Oregon's cities and counties to comply with federal immigration detainer requests and repeal a 1987 state law that prevents law enforcement from using resources to find or arrest undocumented immigrants living in Oregon.
Deep State TV network and master of fake news, CNN, now being kicked out of countries for spreading twisted propaganda and trying to destabilize societies and governments.
Bank regulators have been warning, now it’s happen
Obama has clearly set up a shadow government and the Democrats are hell-bent upon obstructing everything and they intend to effectively overturn the Republicans. This is no longer politics as usual where we simply accept who is president and move on.
President Donald Trump’s mass immigration raids—which have swept up longtime residents with no criminal histories, including an undocumented immigrant with license to live and work legally in the U.S.—have also led to the arrest of a Texas woman obtaining a restraining order against an abusive partner.
Since 2010, the Washington Post has been banking on its pedigree and prestige by putting on Q & A sessions with influential Beltway personalities—sponsored by corporations directly involved in the topics of discussion. Event sponsors include Bank of America, Eli Lilly, Qualcomm, WGL Energy, AFLAC, GlaxoSmithKline and UnitedHealth, among others.
Sixty percent of the refugees admitted into the United States since a federal judge halted President Trump’s executive order designed to prevent “foreign terrorist entry into the United States” originate from five of the seven countries identified by the administration and its predecessor as most risky.
By Richard Wilcox, PhD
The location of the melted fuel (corium) at the Fukushima nuclear power station #1, in reactors 1, 2 and 3, is historic because of the massive radioactivity of the material. Depending on its location it will emit deadly radiation into the environment for a long, long time to come.
A few days ago I commented on the high radiation reading (530 sieverts per hour) inside the unit 2 reactor that was discovered by engineers. This reading was not “new” in the sense that the radiation is increasing, indicating that Godzilla is emerging from underground hibernation, but that the radiation was “discovered” for the first time by engineers...
Former U.S. House Republican leader Bob Michel has died. He was 93 years old.
A major part of the passing of President Ronald Reagan’s agenda, his moderate, establishment approach was replaced by Newt Gingrich and Contract with America.
President Trump: "We're gonna find the leakers. They're going to pay a BIG PRICE for leaking."
FAKE NEWS about Trump mobilizing national guard,
Review of Douglas Valentine’s The CIA as Organized Crime: How Illegal Operations Corrupt America and the World
The tawdry Michael Flynn soap opera boils down to the CIA hemorrhaging leaks to the company town newspaper, leading to the desired endgame: a resounding victory for hardcore neocon/neoliberalcon US Deep State factions in one particular battle. But the war is not over; in fact it’s just beginning.
An MP has sparked outrage after demonstrating how to put a condom on a sex toy with her mouth in front of a group of young people.
But the politician, from Mexico, claimed that she was 'encouraging young people to practise safe sex'.
European Union nations are plummeting further into debt, amid angry protests and calls for reform, but the Union continues to push for the joint monetary union. Now, economists have suggested it is already too late to save the failing monetary union – which will "almost surely fail".
British journalist and former CNN host Piers Morgan said during a recent interview that the media’s coverage of President Donald Trump is so lacking in objectivity that it’s “un-American.” -- Morgan, who was the face of a primetime show on CNN from 2011 until 2014, said that it’s obvious that media outlets like his former employer are picking on the Trump administration because they remain angry over Hillary Clinton’s loss. It’s obvious, he added, that mainstream media was all-in for the Democrat.
Evidence continues to pile up about the serious risks of taking antidepressants, and a new study provides additional proof that these risks extend beyond the popular SSRI class of drugs. A study out of the University of Nottingham links some popular antidepressants to a higher rate of suicide and self-harm among people suffering from depression between the ages of 20 and 64.
While past studies have generally focused on antidepressants from a category known as selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors (SSRIs), this one found that those taking other common antidepressants, such as mirtazapine, trazodone, and venlafaxine (Effexor), had even higher rates of suicide and self-harm than those taking SSRIs, which have also been connected to such outcomes.
Moreover, the researchers found that suicide and self-harm rates were the highest during the first 28 days of taking the antidepressants, and the effect remained 28 days after discontinuing the treatment.
Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis recently slammed ESPN as the “social justice warrior network” saying, “ESPN decided to become a social justice warrior network, treating all liberal opinion makers as those worthy of promotion and casting aside all those who had the gall to challenge the new Disney world order…I’m not saying that ESPN should just stick to sports, but I am saying that if you decide to allow political opinions to flourish from your network’s stars that you shouldn’t neuter all conservative opinion and allow liberal political opinion to advance unchecked….Those with liberal opinions are rewarded and allowed to speak freely, those with conservative opinions are told to keep their mouths shut…”
Indeed, even ESPN itself seemed to walk up right to the edge of admitting it has gone too far to the political left with a piece by the network’s ombudsman exploring the problem. A long piece back in November by ESPN ombudsman Jim Brady presents evidence that complaints have resonated, even inside its executive boardroom, that they have become far too liberal.
In his piece, Brady grapples with charges of the network’s emerging and extreme left-wing bias and suggests ways to address that perception. But, Brady spends much time insisting there is no left-wing bias at ESPN even as he argues that the network hasn’t done enough to assure customers and sports fans that the network welcomes all political views.
For those who want to inject children with the brain damaging heavy metal mercury, I say, “Drink it yourself first!”
Now that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has announced his $100,000 Thimerosal challenge — which the entire “fake news” mainstream media promptly blacklisted — I thought I would up the ante just a bit and challenge mercury vaccine pushers to demonstrate their claimed vaccine “safety” in a more dramatic way: DRINK MERCURY to prove it’s “safe.”
If ethylmercury is as safe as these toxic vaccine pushers claim it to be, they should be happy to drink a large volume of it and “prove” that it’s safe to inject into children, right?
An analysis of a little-known study concluded there may have been more than 2 million non-citizen Hispanics who illegally voted last year.
The Washington Times cites the 2013 study, which was conducted by McLaughlin and Associates. A separate, and more recent, analysis by research nonprofit Just Facts found there was potentially a large number of non-citizens who managed to cast a vote in last fall's presidential election.
Donald Trump won the election but lost the popular vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton. He has said several times he believes voter fraud was rampant.
In the 2013 study, 13 percent of the non-citizen Hispanics said they were registered to vote.
The mistakes, made public Thursday by city officials, have prompted retesting for the Zika virus of specimens from more than 400 people, including nearly 300 pregnant women who may have mistakenly been told they didn’t have the mosquito-borne viral infection.
Officials blamed the botched tests on a mathematical error by lab workers.
EU lawyers, as well as those from US trading partners, are preparing to challenge the proposal which would tax US companies' domestic sales and imports while exempting their exports. The challenge would mark the biggest case in the World Trade Organisation's (WTO) history, with a potential £309 billion annual cost.
In 1980, the US government – along with pretty much all of its peers – began borrowing at an accelerating rate.
However, as upsetting as it is that entire cities are ignoring laws that protect our sovereignty, the idea of a sanctuary city isn’t as bad as you might think. I don’t see anything wrong with the basic premise of a community or a city ignoring laws that they think are harmful to them. I only disagree with it in regards to illegal immigration. Cities should be allowed to do this, provided they’re willing to face the consequences, such as defunding by the feds.
The only real problem with the idea of sanctuary cities is that conservatives and libertarians haven’t utilized the concept in their own communities. They haven’t worked up the nerve to ignore the onerous rules of a government they have long complained about. For instance, why haven’t they decided to create sanctuaries for gun rights? Places where cities and towns can ignore state and federal gun laws that they don’t like?
Southern California is currently being battered by a storm that experts say could be the biggest in six years, bringing heavy rains, gusting winds and the potential for flash floods and mudslides.
The entire Southland of California is on flood watch, including Death Valley National Park - considered to be the driest place in America.
'This will likely go down in the record books as one of the wettest February days ever,' Crystal Egger, NBC's weather forecaster, said.
For now, the storm will mostly steer clear of Northern California, where the bulging Oroville Dam threatened to give way to erosion last week.
But another system could bring more water to the straining dam early next week.
One of the most mysterious craft ever to be flown by the US military has been in orbit for almost two years.
The X-37B space plane, an experimental program run by the Air Force, launched atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on May 20, 2015.
Now, experts claim it may be about to finally return to Earth - almost two years later.
An official announcement last week that the Bundesbank had pretty much repatriated half its gold reserves ahead of schedule has once again sent the rumor mill into overdrive.
Sen. John McCain divulged insider Intel on U.S. secret policy to a Russian comedian posing as Ukraine Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman.
The duped Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee even coached the phone-prankster-posing Prime Minister on joining NATO.
This audio recording of the phone call is absolutely incredible.
The media-hyped "Day Without Immigrants" protest Thursday simply succeeded in shutting down a few restaurants and lessening the workload at our nation's overburdened public schools.
The 9th circuit Federal Court of Appeals overturned the conviction of a man who posted internet messages threatening President Barack Obama during his 2008 presidential campaign.
Walter Bagdasarian was convicted in 2009 of two felony counts of threatening a major presidential candidate. Bagdasarian posted several messages to a Yahoo Finance message board, including one that called Obama a racial epithet and another that said “he will have a 50 cal in the head soon”–a reference to a .50 caliber gun.
Gates' latest plan is to try to end world hunger by growing more genetically modified (GM) crops.
He's already invested $27 million into Monsanto Company—leading some countries to reject his charity due to the high risks, such as:
New disease vectors
Mutated pesticide-resistant insects
Contamination of surrounding non-GM crops
We already know how deeply entrenched the U.S. government has become with Monsanto.
If you listen to mainstream media news, you'll be told that polio has now been eradicated in India – an accomplishment the Polio Global Eradication Initiative (PGEI), founded in 1988 by the World Health Organization (WHO), Rotary International, UNICEF, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), are attributing to the intense polio vaccination campaign.
The Indian government reportedly had 2.3 million vaccine administrators visit over 200 million households, with oral polio vaccinations given to nearly 170 million children 5 years of age and younger;1 health officials are now doubling their efforts to conquer polio in Pakistan as well.
What you're NOT learning from the mainstream media, however, is that there's a growing public movement fighting the profound misinformation about these OPV campaigns being conducted repeatedly among children in India and other nations. One recent published paper has suggested that increased administration of OPV doses among children in India is associated with increases in Accute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP), which is as crippling and deadly as wild type polio paralysis.. ..