Oct 31 18:33

Consumers wasted at least $300 million paying for AT&T’s ‘unlimited’ data

By now, you've probably heard that the Federal Trade Commission is suing AT&T for how it treats its unlimited data customers. Despite paying for an unlimited plan, these subscribers had their mobile Internet slowed to dial-up speeds, or "throttled," once AT&T decided they had surfed the Web too much. If that sounds nonsensical to you, you're not alone: Tens of thousands of consumers have complained about the practice, saying "unlimited" should mean just that — without limits.

Oct 31 18:33

America Pays More For Internet, Gets Slower Speeds, Than Other Countries: "But many cities are banned from creating their own Internet service. At least 19 states have passed laws restricting publicly owned broadband networks..."

Americans pay far more and get far less when it comes to the Internet than many other people around the world. But a few small towns might be changing that.
Internet users in Seoul continue to get the speediest connections at the lowest prices anywhere in the world, with speeds of one gigabit per second costing just $30 a month, according to annual report released Thursday the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute. By contrast, the best speeds that consumers in Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., or New York can get are half as fast and cost $300 a month.

Oct 31 16:50

TTIP: Governance by the Corporations, For the Corporations

Activist Post

At present, the EU and the US are negotiating a free trade agreement referred to as Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

The negotiation process is secret and the treaty could have major negative consequences for humans and the environment in Europe...

Oct 31 16:06

Eric Frein Appears Out of Nowhere for Closeup

Appears remarkably clean and clean shaven for someone who has allegedly been living in the wild like Grizzly Adams. Haircut fresher than mine.

Oct 31 15:49

Ore. Health Authority: Portland Woman Monitored for Ebola Hospitalized

Officials with the Oregon Health Authority said Friday a person who they've been monitoring for Ebola has been hospitalized with a fever and is in isolation.

Oct 31 15:32

Another One Bites the Dust

Fiona Woolf, who was appointed to lead the British parliamentary paedophile inquiry has been forced to resign

just 3 months after her predecessor did, and for the same reason:

her close connections to suspected child abusers.

Oct 31 15:03

Few have been paying attention to the “supporting actor” Boston Bombing trials now paving the way for the main act

it’s clear the government wants to ensure it will have a slam-dunk case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at his trial in January

Remember that scene in Scarface?

2 FBI Agents Involved in Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's Arrest "FALL" Out of Helicopter and Die

Oct 31 14:53

The Story Changes: Ebola Is Now ‘Aerostable’ And Can Remain On Surfaces For 50 Days

When it comes to Ebola, the story that the government is telling us just keeps on changing.

Oct 31 14:48

7/7 London bombings and Woolwich beheading have some things in common

You see, 7/7 has an awful lot in common with the Woolwich drama and not just because they were both government orchestrated false flag operations either.

For instance, Detective Inspector Peter Sparks of the wholly corrupt Metropolitan Police Force was allowed to have his hearsay evidence admitted as fact at the 7/7 public hearings. See HERE

And of course, Sparks was also the family liaison officer to Rebbeca Rigby – a woman whom I firmly believe posed in photos as Samantha Lewthwaite, the most improbable “most wanted” female terrorist in the world today and widow of alleged 7/7 bomber Germaine Lindsey, whom I also believe played Michael Adebowale in the Woolwich hoax. See HERE

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Webmaster's Commentary: 


Sometimes I get frustrated and wonder if I am wasting my time with the website and radio show, then someone does something like this and revives my determination.

Thank you!

Oct 31 14:30

CURSE YOU GLOBAL WARMING! Chicago Halloween Snowfall Record…

Chicagoland parents should bundle up trick-or-treaters and pack umbrellas in jack-o-lantern candy buckets as temperatures drop into the 30s and snow showers are likely this Halloween night.

Oct 31 14:30

Chickenshit Netanyahu

Uri Avnery examines the tense and contradictory US-Israeli relationship, and argues that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is exploiting the dysfunctional US political system to destroy the chances of peace.

Oct 31 14:24

Facebook conducts secret voting tests on users

For the past six years, on every national Election Day, the social-networking behemoth has pushed out a tool—a high-profile button that proclaims “I’m Voting” or “I’m a Voter”—designed to encourage Facebook users to vote. Now, Facebook says it has finished fine-tuning the tool, and if all goes according to plan, on Tuesday many of its more than 150 million American users will feel a gentle but effective nudge to vote, courtesy of Mark Zuckerberg & Co. If past research is any guide, up to a few million more people will head to the polls partly because their Facebook friends encouraged them.

Oct 31 14:19

Anti-Obama artist gets visit by Secret Service for joke tweets

Enigmatic anti-Obama artist Sabo received a visit from the Secret Service this week in response to tweets in which he joked about Lee Harvey Oswald returning as a zombie.

Oct 31 14:14

Court: Police Can Force Fingers to Unlock iPhones

A Circuit Court judge in Virginia has ruled that fingerprints are not protected by the Fifth Amendment, a decision that has clear privacy implications for fingerprint-protected devices like newer iPhones and iPads.

Oct 31 13:50

Ferguson - MY reader letter

Hoping you will take some time from the ebola-thon and really look at the Mike Brown case. There is no question to me now, it was an unlawful use of deadly force. Make an informed choice, and pick a side.

Oct 31 13:23

Ukrainians and Novorussians sit down and talk

Something fantastically interesting has happened in Novorussia: two senior Novorussian commanders, Igor Bezler and Alexei Mozgovoi have attempted to communicate with those Ukrainians who are on the other side.

Clearly, both Bezler and Mozgovoi are first and foremost anti-Nazis and both of them see that there is not “Novorussian solution”. Mozgovoi explicitly stated that he thinks that both sides could live together if the Ukrainians got rid of their Nazis and oligarchs.

I see that there is hope because the bottom line is this: both sides have much more in common than what separates them!

Oct 31 13:07

Absent from the War against the Islamic State: Israel’s Status as an American Ally and the Example It Provides for U.S. Foreign Policy

The fact of the matter is that the Islamic State actually benefits Israel by causing problems for those very states that do actively oppose Israel and support the Palestinians, such as Syria. What the Islamic State is causing in the Middle East is perfectly attuned with the view of the Israeli Right—as best articulated by Oded Yinon in 1982—which sought to have Israel’s Middle Eastern enemies fragmented and fighting among themselves in order to weaken the external threat to Israel. Currently, these divisions are not only plaguing Syria and Iraq, but also Turkey, where ethnic Kurds are rioting because of the government’s unwillingness to help their brethren in Syria, and Lebanon, where the Shiite group Hezbollah—allied with Iran, Israel’s foremost enemy—is being assailed by the radical jihadist Nusra Front, which has the support of many Lebanese Sunnis.

Oct 31 12:35

Shocking video illustrates how advocacy for infanticide pervades college campuses

Numerous students at the University of Texas the signed a petition

Oct 31 12:17

Money doesn't Kill People, Bankers Kill People.

Reflections in a Petri Dish |

Oct 31 12:04

Crisis in the Everywhere

This is an old show but still funny

Oct 31 11:51

Anti-Obama Artist Gets Secret Service Visit For Joke Tweets

Although the tweets were sent out a month ago, two Secret Service agents showed up at Sabo’s home on Wednesday to check if the artist represented a violent threat to President Barack Obama.

Oct 31 11:38

Google Survey: Majority of US Citizens Think US Gives Too Much to Israel

Today 6 in 10 Americans believe the U.S. gives too much aid to Israel

Surveying Americans about U.S. aid to Israel requires putting it into proper perspective. Given Israel’s position as the leading single U.S. foreign aid recipient (by a wide margin), as in 1989 asking the foreign aid question requires embedding relevant data to obtain a bona fide response. When such data is included, the majority of Americans (60.7 percent) believe U.S. aid to Israel is excessive. The major response, that aid to Israel is “Much too much” is 33.9 percent of Americans. Some 26.8 percent believe it is “too much” while 25.9 percent believe it is “about right.” Only 13.4 percent of Americans believe U.S. aid to Israel is not enough.

Oct 31 11:29

#Egypt is blowing up 800 homes in #Rafah along #Gaza border, leaving over 10,000 homeless

Wonder who is running that country eh?

Oct 31 11:28

Camel Bans Smoking at Work

Starting in 2015

Oct 31 11:14

Pro-Israel Washington real ‘chickenshit’

@michbarsinai said:

As someone who grew up working with chickens and their feces, I find calling Bibi #ChickenShit offensive to chickens. And feces.

Oct 31 10:54

Bad Cop - No Donut!

Happens too often to require much comment

Oct 31 10:37

Missouri committee to investigate Attorney General, Chris Koster for Corruption

investigation comes after a New York Times report

Oct 31 10:30

flashback: Jim Traficant on WHAT REALLY HAPPENED Radio w/ Mike Rivero - RBN

Oct 15, 2013


Oct 31 10:28

$2 million deal reached in hot NYC jail cell death of a mentally ill, homeless former U.S. Marine

The city did not admit liability as part of the settlement.

Oct 31 10:18

Netanyahu wants to test who controls the U.S. Congress, Israel or U.S. Government

Israeli resistance to deals on Palestinian peace and Iran’s nuclear program has strained U.S.-Israeli relations and will test if Congress is more loyal to Prime Minister Netanyahu or President Obama. But the tension underscores a deeper division between the two countries, says ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar.

WEBMASTER ADDITION: Israel is trying to assert its control over the US Congress, and it is a reckless and dangerous exercise in hubris. If the friends of Israel go down to defeat next week (and I am hoping the image at the top of this page will help to accomplish that) Israel's fall from power in DC will be truly underway.

Oct 31 10:07

5 Ways Life in America Would Be Better If Everyone Voted

With Election Day approaching on November 4th, Americans are faced with a perennial question: to vote or not to vote? In the last midterm election, in 2010, only 47 percent of the eligible population voted. Voting patterns typically break down along clear demographic lines: Non-voters tend to be low-income, young and people of color, while those who vote tend to older, whiter and richer than the population at large. Over the last three elections, voter turnout has been consistently 30 points higher among the highest income bracket (those earning more than $150,000 a year) than those in the lowest (those earning less than $10,000). Recent research on the top one percent of the wealth distribution – millionaires – suggests that members of this group turn out to vote at the staggering rate of 99 percent.

Oct 31 10:07

Israel foreign minister says sweden should understand that the middle east is more complicated that ikea furniture

The Swedish government on Thursday officially recognized a state ofPalestine, as the new prime minister, Stefan Lofven, ignored Israeli protests and followed through on a pledge he made at his inauguration this month.

Oct 31 10:04

Paulson, Geithner ADMIT to Lying to Congress about Bailout

You probably wouldn't know it from the mainstream media but the architects of the 2008 bailout just ADMITTED to lying to Congress

Oct 31 09:58

Authorities seek U.S. links after Colombian child-sex sting

Dozens of U.S. citizens, perhaps as many as 50, could be detained in the coming weeks in the wake of a child-sex trafficking sting that is shining a spotlight on the seedy side of Colombia’s booming tourism industry.

In mid-October, Colombian and U.S. authorities, working with two nonprofit groups, staged three simultaneous raids in the cities of Cartagena, Medellin and Armenia. By the time the busts were over, 55 children, some as young as 11 and 12, had been rescued from sex-traffickers. In addition, at least a dozen people were detained on allegations of trafficking of minors, pimping and pandering.

Those busts, however, are just the leading edge of a larger sweep that aims to jail U.S. citizens who have been traveling to this Andean nation seeking sex with minors.

Oct 31 09:44

Police investigating video depicting officers joking about rape

Austin police are trying to determine if a YouTube video posted Thursday evening of what appears to be two officers making a rape joke is authentic.

The video appears to be dashboard camera footage from a patrol car and a conversation between two men who, according to the YouTube post, are Austin police officers.

Towards the end of the video, a whistle can be heard, followed by one of them saying “go ahead and call the cops. They can’t unrape you.”

Austin police did not immediately respond to a request for more information Friday morning.

Oct 31 08:59

TSA confiscates a toy ray-gun belt buckle. Because security.

Award-winning videographerSean Malone had a raygun belt buckle confiscated recently by the good folks at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). You know, because all of the 9/11 hijackers were packing rayguns or something.

Oct 31 08:58

Why Republicans Keep Telling Everyone They’re Not Scientists. “It’s got to be the dumbest answer I’ve ever heard,” said Michael McKenna, a Republican energy lobbyist

Gov. Rick Scott of Florida, a Republican who is fighting a Democratic challenge from former Gov. Charlie Crist, was asked by The Miami Herald if he believes climate change is significantly affecting the weather. “Well, I’m not a scientist,” he said.

Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, who is locked in a tight re-election race, was asked this month by The Cincinnati Enquirer if he believes thatclimate change is a problem. “I’m not a scientist,” he said.

Oct 31 08:29

BEX ALERT - Blame the fall in homeownership on Generation X: Why did the homeownership rate fall so dramatically for those 35 to 44?

We’ve all heard about the broke Millennials living at home with mom and dad unable to move out into a very expensive rental. For years, we’ve been told that somehow this young group of people would represent some pent up demand to buy homes. This demand never materialized. Instead, you have tight inventory in certain markets being fought over by investors and those willing to pay current prices while stretching their budgets. Yet volume remains incredibly pathetic. The homeownership rate has fallen dramatically and some point the blame to the Millennials. But as it turns out, the big drop has come from those 35 to 44. Generation X overall has been a massive drag on the housing market. The young are simply not buying homes like they once did and many are opting into the rental market. So how big of a drag is Generation X on the housing market?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another puff piece trying to find a scapegoat for the economic woes while avoiding a mention of the root cause of all of the problems, which are those private central banks issuing all of the public currency as a loan at interest, a system which by design produces more debt than money with which to pay that debt. But we dare not talk about that reality! So let's drop the blame on the kiddies!

Oct 31 08:27

AT&T: We Told Our Customers 'Unlimited' Doesn't Mean 'Unlimited'

Instead of renaming its "unlimited" data plan something more accurate, AT&T just decided to start throttling its unlimited customers. In its defense, it claimed it informed them of the change through bill notices, a press release and text messages. That wasn't good enough, according to the FTC, which is suing for "substantial monetary relief" -- and a better plan description.

Oct 31 08:27

Report: DHS employees put $30,000 worth of Starbucks on government credit card

Federal employees who are issued so-called purchase cards are permitted to spend up to $3,000 — known as “micropurchases” — and do not have to disclose those purchases publicly.

Oct 31 08:11

#Droughtshaming: New Tattletale App Allows Californians to Tell on ‘Water Waster’ Neighbors

Amid California’s record drought, towns up and down the state are rolling out smartphone apps that enable people to snap pictures of neighbors and businesses who are violating water restriction rules and “play water cop”:

The apps put more boots on the ground to spot waste and leaks that might go unnoticed, officials say. They say the high-tech citizen reporting programs are intended to encourage water conservation, and not to be used as evidence to fine offenders.

But at least one private company is taking things a step further. Creators of Vizsafe, a neighborhood watch app, have added a feature allowing users to map photos of water wasters — a practice dubbed “drought shaming” on Twitter and Instagram.

Oct 31 07:24

Antonio Buehler Found Not Guilty After Austin Cop Breaks Blue Code of Silence, Testifying on his Behalf

Deliberations in the trial of Peaceful Streets Project founder Antonio Buehler lasted five hours before a Texas jury returned with a not guilty verdict Wednesday after an Austin police officer surprisingly testified on Buehler’s behalf – most likely losing his job in the process.

Oct 30 23:00

Ukraine to Pay off $1.45 Bln in Russian Gas Debt Immediately

Ukraine has confirmed that it is ready to pay off $1.451 billion in Russian gas debt immediately, and to cover $3.1 billion of its debt to Russian energy giant Gazprom by the end of the year, EU Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said.

Oct 30 20:32

BREAKING: Reports of gunman at Everett Boeing facility

Several people called police around 7 p.m. to report an armed man inside the facility, according to Aaron Snell with the Everett police department. Snell said the callers reported seeing a man walking with a rifle.

Oct 30 18:50

"DETAILS of every phone call, email and internet page visited in Australia will be stored for at least two years under the Federal Government’s next round of counter-terror laws."

DETAILS of every phone call, email and internet page visited in Australia will be stored for at least two years under the Federal Government’s next round of counter-terror laws.
But the Coalition is bracing for a political battle over the changes after Labor warned they could breach privacy and drive up the cost of internet usage.

Oct 30 18:50

Indian government bars first class travel, five-star hotel meetings for bureaucrats and have been asked to use video-conferencing instead to reduce expenditure on them

Unveiling an austerity drive to cut non-plan expenditure by 10 per cent, the Narendra Modi government has barred bureaucrats from travelling first class on overseas visits and have been asked to use video conferencing as much as possible.

Oct 30 18:38

Black Teen Football Hero Sues White Cop Who Put A Gun To His Head For A Seat Belt Violation

"No explanation was given to Merritt or his mother about why such force was used."

Oct 30 18:33

LEAKED VIDEO: Cop Masturbating at Miami High School Campus

Miami-Dade Schools Police

Oct 30 16:52

How Cops Talk About Mundanes When They Think Nobody Else is Listening

A few months ago, Austin Police Chief Art Acevdo responded to complaints about the abuse of a female jogger by his minions by saying, in effect: Hey, she should be grateful that she wasn’t raped: “In some cities, cops are actually committing sexual assaults on duty.”

Oct 30 16:48

DEA, Denver Police Raid Multiple Marijuana Grow Operations

It remains unclear why the police action was conducted

Oct 30 16:46

GOV CLEARS GOV OF WRONG DOING - Ferguson shooting probe of possible grand jury leak wasn't exactly in-depth

Grand jury investigating Ferguson shooting cleared of misconduct, prosecutor says


Oct 30 15:45

Getting Rich from Death & Destruction: A How-To Guide

The cry has been that when war is declared, all opposition should be hushed.
A sentiment more unworthy of a free country could hardly be propagated.
- William Ellery Channing

Oct 30 15:35

Cops: Elderly Man Justified in Shooting, Killing Robber Who Attacked Wife

A Texas man will not be charged by police after he shot a robber who attacked his wife in the parking lot of a grocery store, a perfect example of why concealed carry handgun laws and the Second Amendment are vital.

Oct 30 15:28


Our so called "Representatives" in DC are merely paid whores for International Zionism.

At Least 29 Members of US House of Representatives Are Israeli Dual Citizens and Need to Be Voted Out on November 4, 2014

Oct 30 15:25

FBI Attends Secret House Meeting to Discuss Access to iPhones

The Obama administration is ramping up its campaign to force technology companies to help the government spy on their users. -- FBI and Justice Department officials met with House staffers this week for a classified briefing on how encryption is hurting police investigations, according to staffers familiar with the meeting.

Oct 30 15:19

WRH Reader Letter

READER: 2 headlines on WRH today:
"LAPD Officer Arrested After Allegedly Committing a Lewd Act in Public" and
"Footage shows homeless black man Milton Hall being shot at 46 times by police ... blood running down the street like water"

Cops shooting an unarmed man 46 times is definitely "LEWD" - but no punishment charged against them. However some supposedly sexually-related act (not mentioned in the article) results in both criminal and administrative sanctions. This country is indeed ethically screwed!!

Oct 30 15:08

Three Spooky Ways You’re Being Spied on This Halloween

It’s that time of year when people don sinister masks, spray themselves with fake blood, and generally go all out for a good fright. Fortunately, we won’t let them hide under your bed. Sometimes our work sounds like science fiction, but the surveillance techniques and technology we fight are all too real. Here are some of the beasts hiding in your backyard that we’ve been fighting to expose:

Oct 30 15:03

Fed-Backed Study: How to Brainwash Public into Fearing “Climate Change” Like Ebola

The National Science Foundation is funding a study to determine how to brainwash the public into fearing “climate change and overpopulation” as if they were Ebola. -- The NSF awarded an $84,000 grant to researchers at the State University of New York at Buffalo yesterday to figure out how to make the public fear “climate change and overpopulation” as much as Ebola by analyzing how the public became concerned about a potential large-scale Ebola outbreak in the U.S.

Oct 30 14:58

U.S. Government Orders 250,000 Hazmat Suits to be Sent to Dallas

manager with a major shipping company has exclusively revealed to Infowars that the U.S. government has ordered 250,000 Hazmat suits to be sent to Dallas, the location of the first Ebola outbreak in the United States.

Oct 30 14:54

VOTER FRAUD: Massive Non-Citizen Voting Uncovered in Maryland

Massive Non-Citizen Voting Uncovered in Maryland

Oct 30 14:45

50,000 Missing Georgia Voter-Registration Applications? Nothing to See Here

With races for Georgia governor and U.S. Senate neck-and-neck, every vote count

Oct 30 14:29

"They can't unrape you." - Austin's Finest

So funny I could rip their throats out!

Oct 30 14:23

Ukraine: Oligarchs Rule!

Is the West's script being fulfilled in Ukraine? In the wake of elections in Kiev, how many parts of Ukraine now exist? What kind of Ukraine has the West inherited? Has Kiev ultimately sold out to oligarchs? Will Ukraine's economy survive the winter? Will Kiev eventually seek Russia's help?

Oct 30 14:17

Zombies Are Us: The Walking Dead in the American Police State

snip: Here’s the curious thing: while zombies may be the personification of our darkest fears, they embody the government’s paranoia about the citizenry as potential threats that need to be monitored, tracked, surveilled, sequestered, deterred, vanquished and rendered impotent. Why else would the government feel the need to monitor our communications, track our movements, criminalize our every action, treat us like suspects, and strip us of any means of defense while equipping its own personnel with an amazing arsenal of weapons?

Oct 30 14:02

Afghan retreat echoes of Vietnam defeat

The “exceptional” Americans in Washington like to refer to their foreign interventions as “nation building.” Like Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan, among dozens of other unfortunate countries to have hosted American “nation builders” over the past century, the people of these wretched lands have experienced Washington’s reverse Midas Touch. Far from turning to gold, everything Washington touches brings death and destruction.

It didn’t quite garner the same media highlight, but nevertheless there was the unmistakable comparison this week between the evacuation of American troops from southern Afghanistan and the Fall of Saigon, South Vietnam, in 1975.

Oct 30 13:35

Jonathan Djanogly, example of UK's Israel stooges

Stuart Littlewood examines the behaviour of an Israel flag waver in the UK parliament, Jonathan Djanogly, one of the “dirty dozen” lawmakers who voted against recognising Palestine as an independent state.

Oct 30 13:27

EU energy commissioner optimistic on final gas agreement between Russia, Ukraine

EU Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger has expressed the hope that the European Union, Ukraine and Russia will manage to strike the final gas deal at a trilateral meeting in Brussels.

Oct 30 13:20

Gunshot wounds, fights with police: San Francisco riots after Giants win World Series

San Francisco Giants fans celebrated the team’s World Series championship throughout the City by the Bay. The late-night festivities turned violent in some places, with three people injured and several arrests.

Oct 30 13:02

The artificial intelligence demon is spawning

Over two years ago, I wrote a blog article about how America was in a 300 day trial period that would be determinative for its future destiny.

Oct 30 12:51

Tar Sands resistance blowing huge hole in oil industry’s bottom line: Report

'Business as usual for Big Oil—particularly in the tar sands—is over.'

Oct 30 12:49

Anti-quarantine nurse Hickox was trained as intelligence officer by the CDC

Nurse Kaci Hickox, who has made headlines over the last few days by refusing to quarantine herself after returning from the Ebola front lines in Africa, turns out to have been trained as an "intelligence officer" under a two-year CDC program modeled after the U.S. military

Oct 30 12:47

MM86 - Space Station Rocket Explodes

Oct 30 12:07

Anti-Spyware: Independent ISPs fight back for privacy of Americans

In the face of America's far-reaching surveillance program, hardly any tech companies can now guarantee a hundred per cent privacy. RT's Marina Portnaya met the owner of a small provider, who has so far managed to prevent government spying.

Oct 30 10:40

We Prep for Ebola Because of Irresponsible People Like Kacie Hickox

That nurse in Maine sure does love the spotlight.

After Kacie Hickox returned from Sierra Leone, where she was treating Ebola patients, she was outraged when she was put in isolation by the state of New Jersey. After railing about her civil rights, she was then transferred to her home in Maine, where she was asked to remain home for the remainder of the 21 day incubation period.

Well, you can't tell Kacie Hickox what to do. No sir. She knows her rights.

Although she tried to portray herself as a saintly caregiver who was being victimized, today she showed herself to be anything but selfless.

She defied the quarantine and went out for a bike ride with her boyfriend, which was the equivalent of giving a great big middle finger salute to those who asked her to remain home.

Oct 30 10:34

Number of global billionaires has doubled since the financial crisis.

The number of billionaires has doubled since the start of the financial crisis, according to a major new report from anti-poverty campaigners.

According to Oxfam, the world’s rich are getting richer, leaving hundreds of millions of people facing a life “trapped in poverty” as global “inequality spirals out of control”.
The report found that the number of billionaires in the world has more than doubled to 1,646 since the financial crisis of 2009, and Oxfam says is evidence that the benefits of a return to economic growth are “not being shared with the vast majority”.

Oct 30 10:06

Cop created false police reports to get his mistress’s husband thrown in jail

AUSTIN, TX – Austin police lieutenant Jason Disher was recently suspended for filing false police reports about his girlfriend’s husband and then blocking any other officers from investigating his actions.

Oct 30 09:28

The Wrath of Draghi: First German Bank Hits Savers with Negative Interest Rate

Deutsche Skatbank, a division of VR-Bank Altenburger Land, which was founded in 1859, is not the biggest bank in Germany, but it’s the first bank to confirm what German savers have been dreading for a while: the wrath of Draghi.

Retail and business customers with over €500,000 on deposit as of November 1 will earn a “negative interest rate” of 0.25%. In less euphemistic terms, they have to pay0.25% per annum to the bank for the privilege of handing the bank their hard-earned money or their business cash.

“There will be no direct impact on your savings,” the ECB announced five months ago. “Only banks that deposit money in certain accounts at the ECB have to pay.” But it added ominously, “Commercial banks may of course choose to lower interest rates for savers.”

And that would be good for savers:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

To those of you in the US who say, "That CANNOT possibly happen in the US", please think again.

Have no more money in your checking account than is needed to pay your bills. Place all the rest of your money under your personal control. Think about getting small, untraceable amounts of gold and silver to add to your personal portfolio.

Inflation in the US has already catastrophically destroyed whatever you have saved; the suppression of gold and silver value will not continue forever.

Oct 30 09:16

Maine nurse defies Ebola quarantine, goes for bike ride

Nurse Kaci Hickox has followed through on her promise to defy Maine’s quarantine for health care workers, who treated Ebola patients, by setting off from home on a bicycle.

Oct 30 09:14

Eleven countries studied, one inescapable conclusion – the drug laws don’t work. Eight month study shows legalisation policies do not result in wider use, and the US should be watched with interest

The Home Office comparison of international drug laws, published on Wednesday, represents the first official recognition since the 1971 Misuse ofDrugs Act that there is no direct link between being “tough on drugs” and tackling the problem.

Oct 30 09:13

Overweight crash test dummies being developed in response to rising obesity levels in the United States

Car safety testing has come a long way since the days of dropping cadavers down unused elevator shafts in the 1930s.

That we enjoy greater peace of mind on the road -- with fatal accidents in the US at historic lows -- is largely due to the evolution of crash test dummies. Vehicle manufacturers must prove their safety with dummies before they can be legally sold in the US and Europe, and these unsung heroes have developed into extraordinarily sophisticated tools for collecting data and assessing risk.

Oct 30 08:47

Airplane crashed into airport building in Wichita, Kansas

A local NBC News affiliate reported shortly after that one person is in critical condition as a result of the incident, and confirmed that the plane in question is a Beechcraft that lost an engine during takeoff, citing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). According to Kansas’ KAKE News, the plane was trying to return to the airport immediately after departing when the crash occurred.

Oct 30 08:39

For-profit colleges that don't produce graduates capable of paying off their student loans could soon face the wrath of the federal government

For-profit colleges that don't produce graduates capable of paying off their student loans could soon face the wrath of the federal government.
Schools with career-oriented programs that fail to comply with the new rule announced Thursday by the Obama administration stand to lose access to federal student-aid programs.

Oct 30 08:39

Two Years Later, No Charges After Police Kill Homeless Man in Barrage of 46 Shots

On a quiet Sunday in July 2012 in broad daylight, six police officers in Michigan repeatedly shot an African-American man struggling with homelessness and mental illness. While the killing of Milton Hall prompted local outrage and a federal investigation, the U.S. Department of Justice announced in February that it failed to find “sufficient evidence of willful misconduct” to prosecute the policemen.

Oct 30 08:32

Cost of War on ISIS- 1 Billion dollars and counting, expanding, consuming, growing!

This has just gotta have the military industrial complex/banking scum rejoicing?

These are the numbers for the US. When I get a hold of some Canadian figures I will put them here too!

Bankrupting a nation- debt enslaving it's people

Oct 30 06:57

Israelis kill Americans with impunity

Like 18-year-old Furkan Dogan, who was murdered aboard the Mavi Marmara, and 23-year-old Rachel Corrie, who was deliberately crushed beneath an Israeli bulldozer, the latest victim – 14-year-old Orwa Hammad – was martyred trying to stop the genocide in Occupied Palestine.

Unlike the 64,937 US soldiers who died useless and pointless deaths in Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq, these three brave young people gave their lives for a just and urgent cause. Wherever human beings care about justice, the young American heroes will be remembered. Yet the US mainstream media, which has been stealthily infiltrated by Zionists to the point that it is now a propaganda instrument of the Israeli government, works overtime to cover up the heinous murder of young Americans by Zionist occupation forces.

Oct 30 06:14

Ebola Doctor Lied About NYC Travels

Oct 30 05:09

Declaration of war’: Abbas warns over 1st Al-Aqsa Mosque closure since 1967

The Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem has been closed to all worshipers for the first time since 1967. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas called the closure a ‘declaration of war.’

Oct 30 02:50

FBI agents under fire for posing as repairmen at Vegas hotel

The FBI employed the ruse against the recommendation of an assistant U.S. attorney, Kimberly Frayn, according to lawyers for four of eight men charged in the case.

Oct 30 02:42

Video: Votes for Republicans Switched to Democrats in Illinois

Two Illinois voters say their attempts to vote early for Republicans on an electronic voting machine were registered as votes for Democrats—and they say have the video evidence to prove it.

Oct 30 02:41

UN holds emergency meeting on Israel tensions

Israel's plans for further settlements

Oct 30 02:24

Warrant Issued After Democrat Senator’s Husband Caught Stealing Republican Campaign Signs on Video

Police issued an arrest warrant for the husband of Delaware State Sen. Bethany Hall-Long Wednesday after Republican volunteers captured him stealing political campaign signs on video.

Oct 30 02:04

Japan Reacts to Worsening Fukushima Disaster By … Reopening Nuclear Plant Next to Active Volcano

Have the Japanese learned their lesson?

Oct 30 02:01

Sweden officially recognizes Palestine

"Today the government takes the decision to recognise the state of Palestine," Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom said i

Oct 30 01:58

19 Russian military jets and bombers intercepted in three different locations in Europe.

NATO Fighter Planes Scramble to Intercept Russian Military Jets

Oct 30 01:37

Footage shows homeless black man Milton Hall being shot at 46 times by police

blood running down the street like water.

Oct 30 01:37

Violence mars San Francisco celebrations -At least two people were shot



Oct 30 01:26

Russell Brand's Fantasy of a Socialist Egalitarian Utopia

Socialist egalitarian system based on the massive redistribution

In a recent diatribe on BBC, Hollywood actor Russell Brand with Jeremy Paxman spoke candidly about his desire to create a "Socialist egalitarian system based on the massive redistribution of wealth and heavy taxation of corporations." In this commentary we question Brand's so called "good intentions" and how qualified he really is to talk about these topics as a multi-millionaire. More importantly, we discuss his connection to the Fabian Socialist magazine the "New Statesman," of which he was co-edi

Oct 29 19:25

In Ferguson, I am reminded of Palestine By: Bassem Masri

Note: This guest post is by Bassem Masri, a Palestinian who has been very involved in the Ferguson protests and has documented the events with Live Stream

Oct 29 18:43

The Ebola covert op: 30 answers to “who benefits?”

Jon Rappoport
Activist Post

"In any major covert op, there are always multiple objectives and levels of opportunity, and they are not wasted. The interesting thing is, 99.99% of the players who benefit don’t even realize the whole thing is a planned op." (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport)

This is not a complete list of benefits from the Ebola op. However, it does cover a significant amount of territory.

In no particular order...

Oct 29 18:35

FBI cut hotel Internet access, sent agents to “fix” it without warrants

When the FBI applied for warrants this summer to raid three $25,000-per-night villas at Caesar's Palace Hotel and Casino, it omitted some key investigatory details that eventually resulted in the arrest of eight individuals, including an alleged leader of a well-known Chinese crime syndicate, defense lawyers maintained in Las Vegas federal court documents late Tuesday.

Oct 29 18:34

Cops do 20,000 no-knock raids a year. Civilians often pay the price when they go wrong.

Most of the time, when a person kills an intruder who breaks into his home, dressed in all black and screaming, the homeowner will avoid jail time. But what happens when the break-in was a no-knock SWAT raid, the intruder was a police officer, and the homeowner has a record?

Oct 29 18:28

Costco will again stay closed on Thanksgiving this year, bucking the trend of retailers opening their doors earlier and earlier: "We simply believe [our employees] deserve the opportunity to spend Thanksgiving with their families"

At Costco, the Black Friday deals won’t begin until, well, Friday.
The warehouse retail chain will again stay closed on Thanksgiving this year, bucking the trend of retailers opening their doors earlier and earlier.

Oct 29 18:28

Mexico Is Ready to Explode: Fifty thousand marchers thronged Mexico City's main avenues last Wednesday, and demonstrations took place all over the country... protesters set fire to state headquarters in Chilpancingo, Guerrero's capital

Mexico has been profoundly shaken by atrocities and high-level corruption in Guerrero. The earthquake's epicenter is Iguala, the state's third largest city.

Oct 29 18:16

Dr. Craig Spencer: Ebola? Flu? Hospital food? Nothing?

Jon Rappoport
Activist Post

Let’s see. Dr. Craig Spencer comes back from Guinea, where he’s been treating patients. In NYC, he takes the subway, he goes bowling, he eats at restaurants, he jogs.

He begins feeling fatigued, he takes his temp. 100.3.

He makes a call. The hazmat army arrives and rushes him to Bellevue.

The doctors announce: Ebola.

On what basis?...

Oct 29 18:03

Authorities Cut Off Utilities And Pose As Repairmen To Search Home

Some legal cases do more than raise eyebrows — they push the legal envelope to change the law. Such is a federal case in Las Vegas now working its way through the courts. -- The question is whether federal agents can disrupt service to a house and then, masquerading as helpful technicians, gain entry to covertly search the premises in hopes of finding evidence that might later justify a search warrant.

Oct 29 17:54

CLAIM — CDC: Ebola Spreads Like Flu

Ebola spreads through coughing and sneezing much like influenza, which most experts agree is spread “mainly by droplets made when people with flu cough, sneeze or talk,” according to documents by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Oct 29 17:25

Why the Financial and Political System Failed and Stability Matters

The recent spike in global political-financial volatility that was temporarily soothed by ECB covered bond buying reveals another crack in the six-year-old throw-money-at-the-banks strategies of politicians and central bankers.

Oct 29 17:02

Q: Has an Ebola cluster already broken out in NYC?

NEW YORK CITY — I am not an Ebola expert by any means and don’t claim to be. But a few things seem to have been out-of-place in recent days that I simply just can not ignore.

Oct 29 16:05

Vet Turned Away From VA Hospital For PTSD Treatment During ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’

A military veteran says her regularly scheduled Veteran’s Affairs appointment for “high-level PTSD” was cancelled because of Mental Illness Awareness Week – a move of “irony” she says is part of larger problems with veterans’ health care.

Oct 29 15:53

10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman

Woman who documented sexual harassment receives rape threats

Oct 29 15:50

Over 214,000 Doctors Opt Out of Obamacare Exchanges

Over 214,000 doctors won’t participate in the new plans under the Affordable Care Act (ACA,) analysis of a new survey by Medical Group Management Association shows. That number of 214,524, estimated by American Action Forum, is through May 2014, but appears to be growing due to plans that force doctors to take on burdensome costs. It’s also about a quarter of the total number of 893,851 active professional physicians reported by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Oct 29 15:43

EU chief scientist a dangerous imbecile, says renown risk expert Nassim Nicholas Taleb

The EU's controversial chief scientist, Anne Glover, has been called a dangerous imbecile by the Distinguished Professor of Risk Engineering at New York University, Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Taleb was responding on Twitter to the fact that Glover argues for abandoning the Precautionary Principle in relation to GM crops.

The reason for the Precautionary Principle is, of course, to make sure that if things go wrong, they don’t go catastrophically wrong – and that, Taleb has pointed out, is precisely the danger with GM crops, as they pose systemic risks to ecologies and human health. Indeed, Taleb, who famously predicted the global economic crash, says that even "calling the GMO approach 'scientific' betrays a very poor – indeed warped – understanding of probabilistic payoffs and risk management."

Oct 29 15:40

Interview 960 – The Beard World Order on The ISIS Conspiracy

“Those who are capable of tyranny are capable of perjury to sustain it.”
? Lysander Spooner

if you can't boggle them with brilliance then bury them in BS!

Oct 29 15:37

If Ebola batters US, we are not ready

The U.S. health care apparatus is so unprepared and short on resources to deal with the deadly Ebola virus that even small clusters of cases could overwhelm parts of the system, according to an Associated Press review of readiness at hospitals and other components of the emergency medical network.

Oct 29 15:30

You can run, but you can’t hide: Google expands its real-world surveillance system with Google Fit

The company has developed an application that allows Android smartphone owners to collect health-related information in one place. It’s called Google Fit, and besides challenging Apple’s HealthKitservice, it also represents Google’s efforts to gather real-world data to complement the information it already has about the digital world.

Oct 29 15:26

NYPD Officers Strip-Search, Assault, Arrest and Charge Man with Jaywalking for Recording Cops

Exactly one month ago, LaSalle, 44, was recording NYPD officers to protect against police abuse, when he himself became the target of police abuse. Oh, the irony. The painful, humiliating irony, as cops grabbed LaSalle’s camera, threw him against a fence, handcuffed him, strip-searched him, and charged him with “jaywalking.”

Oct 29 15:16

4th Amendment Fight Against NSA Continues

The National Security Agency illegally searches and seizes Americans’ Internet communications, class plaintiffs continue to argue in Federal Court.

Oct 29 15:11

The Government Can Seize Your Property in Violation of the 5th Amendment – The FAIR Act Will Stop It

The government should never be able to take property from innocent Americans. That is a blatant violation of our Fifth Amendment rights. Clark Neily of the Institute for Justice put it best: “A dismaying combination of perverse incentives, unfair laws, and lack of oversight makes civil forfeiture one of the most dangerous and blatantly unconstitutional policies America has ever seen.”

Oct 29 14:57

Shocking statement from Mike Brown autopsy expert gets lost in the shuffle of leaks and lies

comments about the scuffle drew so much attention that one key point she made was totally missed. She says that the gunshot to the back of Mike Brown's upper arm could have come from behind while he was fleeing the scene

100 fucking feet. Wilson kept firing from 100 feet away. How was Brown threatening your life from 100 feet, Darren? PIC

Oct 29 14:41

Initial Ferguson police report calls Darren Wilson’s testimony into question

within the autopsy is an overlooked gem of evidence: an initial statement
Shocking statement from Mike Brown autopsy expert gets lost in the shuffle of leaks and lies
100 fucking feet. Wilson kept firing from 100 feet away. How was Brown threatening your life from 100 feet, Darren? PIC

Oct 29 13:46

Does this look like a housing recovery to you?

We just learned that the homeownership rate in the United States has fallen to the lowest level in 19 years. But of course this is not a new trend.

Oct 29 13:44

Judge: Uber ride sharing can roll on, for now

The constroversial ride-sharing company Uber can continue to operate in Southern Nevada, a Las Vegas judge ruled today.

District Judge Douglas Herndon made the ruling from the bench after holding a hearing on the matter.

Uber launched its service Friday but immediately met resistance from the state’s Department of Business and Industry, which oversees the Nevada Taxicab Authority and the Nevada Transportation Authority.

Enforcement officers from both agencies cited drivers for providing an “unlicensed for-hire transportation service” and impounded their vehicles. The San Francisco-based company responded by vowing to back its contracted drivers and providing rental cars for them until vehicles were freed from impoundment. Drivers can be fined up to $10,000 per incident.

Oct 29 13:25

Freedom of Information (FOIA) Request : Cell site simulator acquisition and use (Ferguson Police Department)


...request...related to cell site simulators, the City of Ferguson has no documents responsive to this request.

Oct 29 13:16

Dave & Kim Dortch - Family Battles Police Harassment in Riverside County

Dave Dortch, an optometrist and his wife Kim, a nurse and nutritional therapy practitioner tell their story of ongoing police harassment after their 12 year old son was arrested and charged for graffiti

Oct 29 12:48

Off-duty cop finds $125,000 cash in the middle of the road, finds owner, returns it to him

Contra Coasta, CA — A man’s life savings has been recovered after an off-duty California Highway Patrol sergeant found over $125,000 in cash in the middle of a Concord roadway.

Oct 29 12:47

US beginning to ‘disengage’ from Israel: Analyst

A combination of factors is pushing the United States to “disengage” from Israel, a regime that will not last a month without US support, says an analyst.

“Times are changing for Israel, they spend a lot of money to manipulate public opinion, all of Hollywood and mass media is Jewish-controlled (and) Zionist-controlled, and people realize the lies that are being told to them on their Nightly News on a daily basis,” he said.

“But the American people can see through this. The American people, particularly at university level, are smart (and) well-educated and they have this implicit sense of fairness,” he added.
“All of this combined” Harris said, “is adding up to what is going to be a perfect storm for Israel where the people of the US are going to reject Israel, and that is the process that we are beginning to see the early stages of.”

Oct 29 12:20

Vladimir Putin Is The Leader Of the Moral World — Paul Craig Roberts

snip: In a sane Western society, Putin’s statements would have been reproduced in full and discussions organized with remarks from experts such as Stephen F. Cohen. Choruses of approval would have been heard on television and read in the print media. But, of course, nothing like this is possible in a country whose rulers claim that it is the “exceptional” and “indispensable” country with an extra-legal right to hegemony over the world. As far as Washington and its prostitute media, named “presstitutes” by the trends specialist Gerald Celente, are concerned, no country counts except Washington. “You are with us or against us,” which means “you are our vassals or our enemies.” This means that Washington has declared Russia, China, India, Brazil and other parts of South America, Iran, and South Africa to be enemies.

Oct 29 12:06

Iraq divided: The fight against ISIL

As the US strikes ISIL targets in Iraq, we report from Erbil on the consequences of the latest foreign intervention.

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) today controls as much as one-third of Iraq’s territory, including the second largest city, Mosul.

Although the group’s power and influence expanded in Syria, Iraq is where it was born during the nearly nine-year-long US occupation of the country.
Thus far, tens of thousands of people have had to flee their homes as ISIL captures towns and villages.

ISIL-held territory is tightly controlled, off-limits to even journalists and human rights workers.

As the US steps up its air campaign against the group, Fault Lines travels some 900km across Iraq to look at the consequences of the fight against ISIL.

Oct 29 12:03

Whitlam and Australia’s forgotten coup

John Pilger marks the death of former Australian prime minister Gough Whitlam with the one story missing from the ‘tributes’ to a man whose extraordinary political demise is one of America’s dirtiest secrets.

Across the political and media elite in Australia, a silence has descended on the memory of the great, reforming prime minister Gough Whitlam, who has died. His achievements are recognized, if grudgingly, his mistakes noted in false sorrow. But a critical reason for his extraordinary political demise will, they hope, be buried with him.

Oct 29 12:02

The Ebola Story Doesn’t Smell Right — Paul Craig Roberts

snip: Why combat troops? Why not send a construction outfit such as an engineer battalion if it has to be military? Why not do what the government usually does and contract with a construction company to build the treatment units? “Additional thousands of troops” results in a very large inexperienced construction crew for 17 treatment units. It doesn’t make sense.

Stories that don’t make sense and that are not explained naturally arouse suspicions, such as: Are US soldiers being used to test ebola vaccines and cures, or more darkly are they being used to bring more ebola back to the US?

Oct 29 12:00

Is Latin America’s ‘Pink Tide’ Ebbing?

Many in Official Washington still consider Latin America their “backyard,” a place where U.S. interests rule and where leftist and reformist governments have historically faced “regime change” tactics. But the region has finally broken from U.S. control and isn’t ready to go back, reports Andrés Cala.

Oct 29 11:58

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s interview with Life News television and Izvestia daily

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation:

“Ukraine needs a government that will think how the nation should regain unity. It needs a government to guarantee an equal status to all Ukrainian citizens irrespective of the language they speak and political convictions they have.”– Sergey Lavrov

Question: Ukraine has just held parliamentary elections. Does Moscow recognize them?

Sergey Lavrov: The elections are being monitored by observers, including OSCE observers, and there are Russian representatives among them. This time, Russia’s Federal Assembly did not send a separate observer team to the elections, so we will wait for the conclusions of the international OSCE team.

Oct 29 11:54

CIA Mouthpiece Lets Slip On Russian ‘Aggression’

For months now, Western mass media have been in lockstep with the US State Department and the NATO military alliance, promulgating claims of Russian aggression in Ukraine and towards Europe generally. The mantra-like repetition of these claims, with scant substantiation, resembles the Big Lie technique of Third Reich master propagandist Josef Goebbels. Told often and brazenly enough, the claims acquire normalcy as «accepted facts».

Western news media, from the BBC to the New York Times, uncritically peddle NATO and Washington claims that Moscow has «annexed» Crimea and infiltrated troops into eastern Ukraine to destabilize the pro-Western «government» in Kiev. Last month at the NATO summit in Wales, outgoing secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen asserted: «So we continue to call on Russia to pull back its troops from Ukrainian borders, [and] to stop the flow of weapons and fighters into Ukraine».

Oct 29 10:57

NYC: Son beheads mom, drags body from apartment into street, kicks head 20 feet before jumping in front of train, killing himself