CURRENT EVENTS

Nov 21 09:16

UN resolution on Iran mockery of justice

The UN consciously or unconsciously plays into the hands of the pro-Israeli pressure groups in Canada and only puts on an ugly show of duplicity in imposing a ruling against the Islamic Republic.

The farce becomes more markedly absurd when you consider the plethora of human rights abuses going unpunished in the world with the UN laying a lid of ignorance on these blatant violations.

Iran has strongly lambasted the UN resolution, saying that “the UN’s legal mechanisms have turned into a tool in the hands of the West.”

The irony of the resolution is that the measure was initially drafted by Canada which has itself a disgracing history of human rights abuse against the aborigines in the country. Further to that, Ottawa has constantly and vehemently thrown its full-throated support behind Tel Aviv in its inconceivably ruthless crimes against the people of Palestine.

Nov 21 08:51

DOJ Tells Apple Kids Will Die Because of Their Encryption Stand

The No. 2 official at the Justice Department delivered a blunt message last month to Apple Inc. executives: New encryption technology that renders locked iPhones impervious to law enforcement would lead to tragedy. A child would die, he said, because police wouldn’t be able to scour a suspect’s phone, according to people who attended the meeting.

Nov 21 08:51

Woman fired, evicted after raising concerns about fair labor practices in relation to her hotel employer, who required a 35-hour workweek and offered no pay in exchange for renting her a room for two years: "It's almost indentured servitude"

Judy Wirth has a newspaper spread out on her bed. She's scanning the employment classifieds in search for a new job after she says she was fired from one that never paid her.

Nov 21 08:50

A group of journalists has launched a legal action against Scotland Yard after discovering that the Metropolitan police has been recording their professional activities on a secret database designed to monitor so-called domestic extremists

The six journalists have obtained official files that reveal how police logged details of their work as they reported on protests. One photographer discovered that the Met police had more than 130 entries detailing his movements, including what he was wearing, at demonstrations he attended as a member of the press.

Nov 21 08:35

Man in prison 19 years for child molestation freed after alleged victim admits making story up to get more attention from her mother

A man who had been in prison for nearly two decades was released from custody Thursday, two years after his supposed victim recanted allegations that he molested her.

Nov 21 08:34

Homeless Man Finds Family To Spend Thanksgiving With, Thanks To Facebook Ad

A homeless Virginia man reached out to a local news channel to ask if he could post an ad on their Facebook page to help him find a family to spend the holidays with, and now, it looks as though his wish has come true.

Nov 21 08:18

Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign; grand jury decision nears

As a grand jury gets closer to announcing its decision, Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot Michael Brown, is in the final stages of negotiations with city officials to resign, sources close to the talks said.

Nov 21 08:02

Anonymous: KKK members may have infiltrated Ferguson cop support group

Anonymous claims it has identified members of the Ku Klux Klan at a support group rally for police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed a black teen in Ferguson, Missouri. Following the expose, the support group removed the photograph from Facebook.

The latest move in its cyber battle against the Ku Klux Klan, the hacktivist group Anonymous claimed to identify three members of the Klan at a recent rally in support of Wilson. A grand jury is currently deliberating whether to hand down an indictment of Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed African American teenager Michael Brown, who was killed on August 9. That decision is expected any day.

Nov 21 07:43

False flag? ‘Tolerance’ of ISIS, Israel tested in social experiment at Berkeley (VIDEO)

A US political satirist staged a social experiment at a prestigious university. Waving an ISIS flag was met with no negative reaction, but with an Israeli flag he got a less-than-warm reception from the students.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Those college students are smart enough to figure out who the bad guys are for themselves.

Nov 21 05:20

FUDGED: White House Pads Obamacare Numbers With Dental Plan Enrollees

The Obama administration said it erroneously calculated the number of people with health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, incorrectly adding 380,000 dental subscribers to raise the total above 7 million.

Nov 21 00:47

ALL ABOARD! 100,000 MORE EXPECTED TO FLOOD BORDER…

The Obama administration is bracing for another surge of illegal immigrants next spring, bringing online a family detention center that will have 2,400 beds.

Nov 21 00:40

Obama Will Legalize More Workers Than Jobs Created

President Barack Obama’s unilateral amnesty will quickly add as many foreign workers to the nation’s legal labor force as the total number of new jobs created by his economy since 2009.

Nov 20 22:00

Fracking Approved in Largest National Forest in Eastern U.S.

Waking Times

Despite strong opposition from both elected officials in the affected areas and environmental groups, the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) has approved fracking in George Washington Forest. Objections to the plan came from members of Congress from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Washington D.C. city council, which passed a resolution opposing it in March. McAuliffe reiterated his opposition before a meeting of the state’s Climate Change and Resilience Commission in September.

Nov 20 21:56

5 Inventions That Herald an ”Outernet” Revolution

Waking Times

If there is anything good to be said about mass surveillance, overcharging and monopolization by telecom/ISP companies, and government censorship including cell phone and Internet shutdowns as they see fit, it is that these heavy-handed measures only create a stronger desire for freedom.

Nov 20 20:41

AMERICA – THE 7 SECOND SOCIETY

Across all realms of the internet, the phenomenon of what I like to call “The 7 Second Society” is prevalent. What I mean by this is that people (and especially American sheeple) have an incredibly short attention span. Our culture has been groomed into a society in which the dumbing down of information is sought after and demanded.

Nov 20 19:54

New York Fed, Goldman in Criminal Investigation for Sharing Confidential Information

A New York Times story manages to bury the lead, even given the salacious material, in an important story that provides more evidence of the overly-cozy relationship between the New York Fed and its favored large banks, particularly Goldman.

Nov 20 19:20

FSU Shooter Thought He Was Being Gangstalked, Mind Controlled by the Government

This will surely be all but forgotten by next week, but for the record...

Now it's come out that Myron May, the man identified as last night's FSU shooter, randomly came down with a sudden mental illness and thought the government was stalking him and telling him to kill people "for a promise of freedom."

Nov 20 18:19

British couple fined for giving hotel bad review on Trip Advisor

Tony and Jan Jenkinson were unimpressive with their £36 ($64 CAD) one-night stay at the Broadway Hotel in the seaside town of Blackpool in North West England.
So they did what any disgruntled customers would do: they gave the place a scathing review on Trip Advisor.

Nov 20 18:18

So what’s changed since the 1960s and '70s? Overtime pay, in part. Your parents got a lot of it, and you don’t. And it turns out that fair overtime standards are to the middle class what the minimum wage is to low-income workers

If you’re in the American middle class—or what’s left of it—here’s how you probably feel. You feel like you’re struggling harder than your parents did, working longer hours than ever before, and yet falling further and further behind. The reason you feel this way is because most of you are—falling further behind, that is. Adjusted for inflation, average salaries have actually dropped since the early 1970s, while hours for full-time workers have steadily climbed.

Nov 20 18:13

US fire chief caught on camera 'refusing to help crash victims because they are black'

Shocking footage has emerged in the US that appears to show a Kentucky fire chief refusing to provide assistance to a family involved in a road traffic accident because they are black.

Nov 20 18:12

Rap Artist With No Criminal Record Faces Life In Prison For Album Lyrics

The state of California has decided that freedom of speech is a privilege, not a right. Apparently, prosecutors believe that writing lyrics about crime is a crime itself – and one punishable by a life sentence in prison.

Nov 20 17:51

Obama Tells Himself It’s Unconstitutional to Sign Executive Order on Amnesty

Watch Candidate Obama vs. President Obama on the constitutionality of all these Executive Orders he’s been signing lately, including the one on executive amnesty coming tonight.

Nov 20 17:32

Ferguson police email deletion and search questioned

documents uncovered raise new questions about what has – and has not been released.

Nov 20 17:29

Anonymous warns Ferguson police and KKK in new video: ‘We are the law now’

reportedly released by the hacker collective Anonymous on Thursday warned both police in Ferguson, Missouri and the Ku Klux Klan against hurting local demonstrators, The Free Thought Project reported.

Nov 20 16:22

Rioters To Target Whites: “You Will Never Be Safe… Not You, Not Your Children”

Violence is exactly what we should expect - more specifically, violence against Caucasians and their children. Two recently recorded videos have surfaced from the Ferguson area showing activists and protesters who are developing a strategy for how they will engage in civil disobedience and who they will target.

Nov 20 16:17

video: 5-Foot-Tall 'Robocops' Start Patrolling Silicon Valley, California! "

The D.I.C.K.H.E.A.D 2000

Nov 20 16:16

VINYL IS BACK

Nov 20 16:14

Obama’s Plan for a Backdoor Internet Tax

It’s very possible, said FCC commissioner Mike O’Reilly at a conference sponsored by the Free State Foundation in Washington on Friday. The tax, which could total over $7 per month on the typical American’s broadband bill, would be imposed as a consequence of regulating the internet via “net neutrality” rules that President Obama has urged the FCC to adopt.

Nov 20 16:08

Bailed-Out German Megabank Imposes “Negative Interest Rates”

Commerzbank, Germany’s second-largest bank, a toppling marvel of ingenuity during the Financial Crisis that was bailed out by ever dutiful if unenthusiastic taxpayers, will now reward these very folks with what Germans have come to look forward to: the Wrath of Draghi.

Nov 20 15:29

Former Las Cruces detective sentenced to nine years for sexually assaulting police department intern

Michael Garcia, 38, a former detective with the Las Cruces Police Department (LCPD) in Las Cruces, New Mexico, was sentenced today for violating the civil rights of an LCPD student intern. Garcia was sentenced to nine years in prison followed by five years of supervised release.

Nov 20 15:27

COMMUNITY ORGANIZER? ‘Obama in Contact with Major Civil Rights Groups Across the U.S. on Ferguson’

Whatever is about to go down when the grand jury announces its decision in the Darren Wilson/Michael Brown case, rest assured America, our president is on it.

In fact, according to Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill who spoke to Obama about Ferguson on Tuesday, the president has taken time out of his busy schedule to make sure and personally contact major civil rights groups all across America regarding Ferguson.

Sen. McCaskill also apparently told CBS St. Louis that Obama “will become more involved when it’s appropriate.”

What exactly does that even mean?

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Nov 20 12:19

Grand jury decision on Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson could come Friday

A tense Ferguson is awaiting to hear whether a St. Louis County grand jury believes Officer Darren Wilson should stand trial in the fatal shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown.

The grand jury hearing evidence plans to meet Friday for what might be its final session.

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Nov 20 12:04

Grand jury decision on Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson could come Friday

The grand jury hearing evidence on the Michael Brown shooting is preparing to meet Friday for what might be its final session, and a decision on whether to charge Officer Darren Wilson could come the same day, law enforcement officials briefed on the plans said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, Obama announces his executive amnesty (on the Spanish networks only), then tomorrow the Grand Jury kicks Darren Wilson free, and by the time the rioting is done Americans will have forgotten that today is the day Obama became a Dictator!

Nov 20 11:17

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Ferguson, MO and Police Militarization (HBO)

Nov 20 11:02

NSA officials ignored own expert advice to end total eavesdropping on Americans

NSA experts advised the agency’s top executives to ax the mass collection of domestic landline phone conversation records as crossing a previously sacrosanct red line. The experts questioned its effectiveness and said it could lead to risks if exposed.

A group of NSA experts raised their voices against the total collection of American phone records years ago, AP reports. The group was led by a top ranking NSA official, now retired, who had direct access to the former NSA head Keith Alexander and presented him with group’s concerns face to face.

Nov 20 10:35

School Handout Says Where Rights Come From, And It’s Not From Our Creator

In the Declaration of Independence the source of our rights–where they come from–is spelled out as being from God. We are “endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights.”
According to a new school handout, that isn’t entirely accurate.

Nov 20 10:34

Fifth-Grader Suspended From School For Imaginary Ray Gun

Nickolas Taylor, a fifth-grader at Stacy Middle School in Milford, Massachusetts, was recently suspended for two days for pointing an imaginary ray gun and making laser noises.

Nov 20 10:34

FISA Judge To Yahoo: If US Citizens Don't Know They're Being Surveilled, There's No Harm

A legal battle between Yahoo and the government over the Protect America Act took place in 2008, but details (forced from the government's Top Secret file folders by FISA Judge Reggie Walton) are only emerging now. A total of 1,500 pages will eventually make their way into the public domain once redactions have been applied. The most recent release is a transcript [pdf link] of oral arguments presented by Yahoo's counsel (Mark Zwillinger) and the US Solicitor General (Gregory Garre).

Nov 20 09:55

Bill designed to curb NSA domestic surveillance goes down in Senate

STRONGEST LEGISLATIVE EFFORT YET DEFEATED BY LAWMAKERS, MANY OF WHOM USED THE THREAT OF FOREIGN TERRORISTS TO DEFEND THE NEED FOR MASS SURVEILLANCE WITHOUT OVERSIGHT

Nov 20 09:45

Russians Might Use Reindeer to Battle Crime - Animals handle tundra better than snowmobiles, so they’re considering starting a reindeer police force

Rssian authorities have found another use for reindeer: police mounts. According to theGuardian, they’re considering starting a reindeer police force for northern tundra regions.

Nov 20 09:44

THESE HISTORIC VIDEOS Show What Ferguson Could Look Like During Martial Law and Unrest

How bad could things get? Take a look at some of the video from past cases where violence and unrest from the public was met with violence and strong-armed tactics by the National Guard, Army troops or police.

Nov 20 09:32

Smartphone encryption could lead to death of a child, government claims

The U.S. government is fighting back against new encryption technologies on smartphones made by Apple and those using Google's latest version of Android. With a strongly worded argument, an official at the U.S. Department of Justice plainly stated that without access to a suspect's phone, a child could die in cases such as kidnapping.

Nov 20 09:31

Man flies ISIS flag on UC Berkley campus then Israeli flag, students react VERY different

Filmmaker Ami Horowitz conducted a social experiment at the University of California-Berkeley campus recently, waving both an Islamic State flag and an Israel flag – the reactions he received were shocking.

Nov 20 09:30

Global Terrorism Index Offers Six Constructive Alternatives To Current "Ineffective & Counterproductive" War On Terrorism

The Global Terrorism Index 2014' released by The Institute for Economics & Peace, has included several solutions to the terrorism problem. Under the 'EXPERT CONTRIBUTIONS' of the report, two experts have offered SIX THINGS TO DO LESS OFTEN and SIX DIRECTIONS FOR CONSTRUCTIVE ALTERNATIVES in the fight against terrorism.The paper conveys a sense of frustration at the simple-minded approach to fighting terrorism, which they suggest is encouraged by the media to the public, which in turn sways public policy of elected leaders to act swiftly and violently. These practices result in repeating the same mistakes for decades with little or no public policy debate as to if these anti-terrorism policies are actually working. And actually, the paper points out very cogently that the policies are not only not working but are encouraging and in many cases multiplying terrorist resistance.

Nov 20 09:24

Media Disinformation: Russia invades Ukraine. Again. And again. And yet again … using Saddam’s WMD

“You can tell a lot about a society by what it fears.”
? Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius, Espionage and Covert Operations: A Global History

Nov 20 09:03

After 47-Second Hearing, Driver Who Ran Over 3-Year-Old Is Found ‘Not Guilty’

As traffic deaths go, the case of 3-year-old Allison Liao may be one of the saddest. On October 6 of last year, the little girl was crossing Main Street in Flushing, with the light, in a crosswalk, holding her grandmother's hand. The two were about half way across the street when a black Nissan SUV made a left turn, sucked Allison under a tire and knocked her grandmother, Chin Hua, to the ground.

Nov 20 09:02

Banking culture breeds dishonesty, scientific study finds

A banking culture that implicitly puts financial gain above all else fuels greed and dishonesty and makes bankers more likely to cheat, according to the findings of a scientific study.

Nov 20 08:48

11 Major Companies Censoring “Christmas” That You Definitely Don’t Want To Shop At

The American Family Association (AFA) released its annual “Naughty-or-Nice Retailer List,” which tells consumers how companies plan to market their products.
11 major companies made the “naughty” list, which means products can be marketed by using the term “Christmas” sparingly in a single or unique product description, but as a company, does not recognize it.

Nov 20 08:48

Cop driving at 122 km/h in a 50 km/h zone while not responding to a call or emergency, crashes into a car and kills a child of 5. No charges ensues.

A decision not to charge a police officer who killed a five-year-old boy while driving over the speed limit has exposed a lack of transparency in the way Quebeckers are informed about deaths involving police.

Nov 20 08:48

Comcast Hits Man With $2,789 Fee For Moving To Area Not Served By Comcast

When a Tennessee graphic designer decided to move an hour away, Comcast originally told him that he could move his business-class service and even set up an appointment for installation. But when the Comcast installer never showed up, the company finally told the man that (A) his new address wasn’t served by Comcast and (B) he owes the company nearly $3,000 in early termination fees.

Nov 20 08:40

Europe Veering From US Abyss Over Russia?

One hopes that Europe is beginning to part ways with the US direction on Russia – a direction that is leading to an abyss.

It’s long overdue but better late than never that Europe might just be back-pedaling on America’s aggressive agenda towards Russia. The business-like visit to Moscow this week by Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier suggests that Europe can come to its senses to seek a diplomatic resolution of the escalating tensions over the Ukraine crisis – tensions that could spark a wider continental war, or worse.

Steinmeier met with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in which the pair stressed the need to find a political end to the violence in Ukraine.

Nov 20 08:22

Ricky Jackson freed: American prisoner who was nearly executed found innocent after 39 years behind bars

A US prisoner who once faced execution has been cleared of doing anything wrong after spending 39 years of his life in prison.

Ricky Jackson from Ohio spent almost four decades in captivity until a key witness at his trial admitted this year that he had lied as a boy.

Mr Jackson, now 57, was only spared execution because the state of Ohio temporarily abolished the death penalty in the 1970s, while he was on death row.

Nov 20 08:03

American Ranking Plummets in Global Index of 'Personal Freedoms'

In an age of expanding national security powers, increasing surveillance state, and rolled-back civil liberties protections, Americans' perception of their own personal freedoms is plummeting, according to the annual ranking by the Legatum Institute in London.

In Washington D.C. this week to promote their findings, researchers with the Legatum Institute measure a nation's prosperity on a number of factors including health, safety, education, economy, opportunity, social capital, governance and personal freedoms.

According to the 2014 Index (pdf) released earlier this month, in the measure of personal freedom, the United States has fallen from 9th place in 2010 to 21st worldwide—behind such countries as Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Uruguay and Costa Rica.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Behind Uruguay and Costa Rica on civil liberties protections?!?

I know I sound like chipped CD on this issue, but people with skills and kids, please get the hell out of this country while you still can.

Nov 20 07:59

How Police Use Military Tactics to Quash Dissent

As we wait for the grand jury verdict on whether to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the killing of Michael Brown, schools in Ferguson are preparing to close, the police are stocked up on riot weapons and white supremacists are pledging to kill. A sand-colored, mine-resistant military vehicle was seen parked in front a local Dairy Queen. Protesters are organized and eschewing violence for clever forms of civil disobedience, but know they will likely face violence: Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has already declared a state of emergency in Ferguson.

Armored trucks in the street and a fear of mayhem are more common abroad, but Ferguson shows they now have a place in the suburbs of America. Police have militarized from to boots to brainstem.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It appears that at both the Federal and State level, the government wants violence in Ferguson, to viciously stomp down with extreme prejudice, and show the world the the US striving to become "number one" when it comes to police brutality, particularly against minorities.

It is very sad to me that the crisis brought on by the killing of Michael Brown cannot become an opportunity for the police to change their institutional culture and reach out to the citizens of this community, which would be the best possible outcome.

Unfortunately, no matter the Grand Jury's decision, I would almost be willing to bet that there will be violence, not only in this town, but in other densely-packed urban areas where joblessness and poverty are rife.

And why?!? Because the good jobs which used to be the bedrock of the middle class in this country have been outsourced/offshored to the cheapest labor pools possible on this planet.

And it hasn't mattered much who is in office, as this development has unfolded over the last 30 years, because those same executives which are doing this are contributing generously to their candidates of choice, who have now become representative of corporations, not at all of We the People.

I sincerely believe that most people, given the opportunity, will work when it is possible; it is just that there are no jobs for them to go to, due to offshoring/outsourcing.

I can never condone violence, as an answer to any societal problem; but I can understand how it comes about, out of intense frustration that absolutely nothing is working properly in your life.

And being unemployed,and barely surviving on public assistance, have to be frustrating in the extreme.

And the longer one is out of a job, the more prejudicial companies are about hiring that person.

Nov 20 07:58

Judge: Gruber, Obama Administration should be charged with conspiracy to commit fraud to pass Obamacare

A former judge has come out heavily against President Obama, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and MIT economist and Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber for the administration's and congressional Democrats' total lack of transparency and outright deception in getting the overly bureaucratic Affordable Care Act passed into law.

Judge Jeanine Pirro, host of FOX News Channel's Justice, also said anyone involved in deceiving the public in a bid to convince voters to support the law ought to be charged with fraud.

"They think you're stupid, that they can pull the wool over your eyes, they know more than you do and that they know what's good for you, and it's best to simply keep you in the dark," Pirro said on her program recently, just days after videos surfaced featuring Gruber disparaging the "stupidity" of American voters and extolling the necessity to keep voters in the dark about what the law really would -- and would not -- do.

Nov 20 07:51

Assange's extradition order upheld by Swedish Court of Appeal

Sweden's Court of Appeal announced on Thursday that Wikileak's founder Julian Assange's arrest warrant will be upheld by the state. Assange's lawyer said shortly after his client will now take his case to Sweden's Supreme Court.

The Scandinavian Court of Appeal issued its verdict on the Wikileaks editors' drawn out extradition case on Tuesday.

Assange's arrest warrant surfaced in 2010 in the of wake sexual assault allegations leveled at him by two Swedish women.

Nov 20 07:49

Gunman killed after shootings on Florida State campus

A gunman was shot dead at a Florida State University library early Thursday after shootings that left three injured.

At least two of the injured had been shot, campus police and hospital officials confirmed to the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday night.

The gunman was killed by officers when he opened fire on them, police said.

Nov 20 07:49

US Never Intended to Defeat ISIS

Tony Cartalucci
Activist Post

A torrent of “foiled” terror plots have recently dominated headlines across the Western World. In Rochester New York, the FBI netted a man they claimed was plotting a shooting spree targeting US service members. In Australia, over 800 security agents swooped in on 15 ISIS suspects whom the Australian government claimed were plotting to randomly behead a member of the public. In the UK, 4 suspects allegedly linked to ISIS were arrested before carrying out a plot Scotland Yards claims was aimed at the Queen of England herself.

According to Western security agencies, in addition to ISIS’ regional campaign of brutality stretching from Lebanon, across Syria, and into Iraq, it is also working ceaselessly to carry out attacks against targets within the US, across Europe, and even in the Pacific...

Nov 20 07:46

3 SHOT AT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY BEFORE GUNMAN KILLED BY POLICE

"This is an isolated incident and one person acting alone," Tallahassee police Chief Michael DeLeo said later. "There's no indication of any further threat to anybody."? Florida State University students huddled together in the aisles of a packed campus library early Thursday after a gunman opened fire, injuring three.

Nov 20 07:34

Banking culture breeds dishonesty, scientific study finds

A banking culture that implicitly puts financial gain above all else fuels greed and dishonesty and makes bankers more likely to cheat, according to the findings of a scientific study.

Researchers in Switzerland studied bank workers and other professionals in experiments in which they won more money if they cheated, and found that bankers were more dishonest when they were made particularly aware of their professional role.

When bank employees were primed to think less about their profession and more about normal life, however, they were less inclined to dishonesty.

"Many scandals..have plagued the financial industry in the last decade," Ernst Fehr, a researcher at the University of Zurich who co-led the study, told reporters in a telephone briefing. "These scandals raise the question whether the business culture in the banking industry is favouring, or at least tolerating, fraudulent or unethical behaviours."??

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And this, folks, is the reason the next time there is a major bank failure, or scandal in the US, those bankers responsible should be tried, convicted, and incarcerated in the polar opposite of a "Club Fed".

In this country, crime only seems to pay if one is already wealthy, like for a Bernie Madoff, who ripped off his clients to the tune of anywhere from 13 to 21 billion dollars.

Nov 20 07:30

Darren Wilson's supporters attack President Obama for 'failing to support officer's family' - and claim shooting deaths have been turned into 'race war'

The seven-minute clip says that the President should have got in touch with Darren Wilson’s relatives to give them his support in the wake of the August 9 killing in Ferguson, a suburb of St Louis.

The video says that Wilson’s life was ‘turned upside down’ and that Mr Obama aligned himself with Michael Brown, the 18-year-old who was killed.

Nov 20 07:27

Navy Vet Fired After Posting Photos Of DHS Trucks In Hotel Garage

Mark Paffrath noticed something strange in the parking garage of the hotel he worked at. There were numerous vehicles from The Department of Homeland Security sitting in the parking. Paffrath took a couple of photos and posted them to his Facebook page.

Nov 20 06:33

Jonathan Gruber, Obamacare architect, fired as Vermont adviser

Jonathan Gruber — the Obamacare architect who’s been outed by video crediting the “stupidity” of the American voter for the health care package’s passage — is now out of a job.

The MIT economist was let go from his contracted role as an adviser to help set up Vermont’s state-run health care system, Fox News reported.

Nov 20 05:40

The National Sep 11th Memorial and Museum accepts Anthony Freda's 9/11 Truth Art

They might have graciously accepted it from the artist, but will they ever dare display it in public view?

Nov 19 22:51

Israel slams Spain's 'unhelpful' Palestine vote

Israel says a vote by the Spanish parliament on Tuesday calling on Madrid to recognize a Palestinian state is counterproductive because it will encourage Palestinians to take on more extreme positions in negotiations.

Nov 19 22:43

US and Europe Conceal Their Bankruptcy with Hostility to Russia

The truth is Washington and its European allies have no real alternative to resurrect their economies or that of the world. Their neoliberal capitalist dead-end policies of enriching a financial oligarchy while clobbering the mass of citizens with relentless austerity is a major reason why the world economy is irreversibly in demise.

Nov 19 22:40

EU considering 'sanctions' against Israel over settlements

The European Union has set itself on a collision course with Israel after drawing up a list of sanctions to be imposed if the country takes steps that would make the establishment of a Palestinian state impossible.

Nov 19 22:35

Citigroup banker found dead with throat slit in apparent suicide

A prominent banker was found dead in the tub of his posh downtown apartment with his throat slashed — in what detectives suspect is a suicide, police sources said on Wednesday.

Nov 19 19:40

Obama Gives $3 Bil to U.N. Climate Fund Run by Communist, Terrorist Nations

As if it weren’t bad enough that our commander-in-chief is giving away money while the nation suffers through a colossal budget deficit, there are countless reasons why this is a lousy idea.

Nov 19 19:36

Ferguson: A Highly Organized, Scripted Agenda to Overshadow the Executive Amnesty Announcement?

The Michael Brown/Darren Wilson case in Ferguson, Missouri has blown up. It has been engineered to do so. See the article below on just how highly organized, scripted and surely funded this thing has become. A state of emergency has preemptively been declared for 30 days in Missouri before the grand jury’s decision has even been announced. “Planned responses” (not protests) have been organized for 83 cities across the nation and Canada. They are even holding informational meetings and “direct action trainings” in the lead up to the decision. The cops are stocking up on riot gear and rubber bullets. Residents are emptying gun stores.

Ask yourself. Why is this particular case in Ferguson the one that our government and mainstream media have thrown all of their time and resources into? Why has it blown up so fast?

Nov 19 19:28

Filming Cops in UK is Act of Terror

While filming a routine stop and search of her boyfriend on the London Underground, Gemma suddenly found herself detained, handcuffed and threatened with arrest. Act of Terror tells the story of her fight to bring the police to justice and prevent this happening to anyone else, ever again.

Nov 19 19:05

Anti-Zionism Continues to Rise

Rivlin, who is the president of the Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Israel, seems to have noticed this backlash in Europe. The Jerusalem Post cited him pronouncing a devastating blow on Israel. Rivlin said,

“The time has come to admit that Israel is a sick society, with an illness that demands treatment.”[3]

Rivlin said that the regime has “forgotten how to be decent human beings.”[4]

That certainly is a bad rap for the Zionist regime—and it is just the beginning. Last month, the Israeli journalist Gideon Levy of Haaretz called Jerusalem “the capital of apartheid.”[5]

Nov 19 18:50

Jerry (Ben & Jerry’s) lives in a fake world

Consider the November 6th Democracy Now! interview with Jerry Greenfield (of Ben and Jerry’s). When asked, “And, Jerry Greenfield, is Ben & Jerry’s opposed to GMOs, per se?,” Jerry answered:

“No, Ben & Jerry’s doesn’t really take a position on that. We always say we’re not scientists. You know, there really haven’t been independent studies. But our issue is simply about transparency, having a consumer have the right to know.”

Really, Jerry? There haven’t been independent studies? You don’t take a position? You know nothing about gene drift and Roundup? How convenient. How pleasant and liberating it is not to be a scientist.

Nov 19 18:24

Rejected Asian students sue Harvard over admissions that favor other minorities

Harvard University's affirmative action policies, which the school says are aimed at achieving diversity on the vaunted campus of Cambridge, discriminate against Asians who often can't get in despite having higher test scores and grade-point averages than black and Hispanic students who are accepted, according to a lawsuit filed Monday.

Nov 19 18:17

After 13 years, 2 wars and trillions in military spending, terrorist attacks are rising sharply "The report suggests that U.S. foreign policy has played a big role in making the problem worse: 'The rise in terrorist activity coincided with the US invasion

Last year saw the highest number of terrorist incidents since 2000, according to the latest Global Terrorism Index released by the Institute for Economics and Peace. Worldwide, the number of terrorist incidents increased from less than 1,500 in 2000 to nearly 10,000 in 2013. Sixty percent of attacks last year occurred in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria and Syria.

Nov 19 17:38

Abuse Campaigners Are Not Conspiracy Theorists, Mr Cameron

Cameron has spun in a different direction, arithmetically, trying to convince people concerned about child abuse and cover-ups that two plus two makes nothing. Spinning on the day the Wanless report, into missing Home Office documents said to contain information about powerful people abusing children, was released, Cameron resorted to calling abuse campaigners conspiracy theorists. To do so, he exploited the fact that evidence could not be found within a few weeks to explain just how at least 114 files concerning child abuse went missing.

One of the missing files is a dossier presented in 1983 to then Home Secretary Leon Brittan by the Conservative MP Geoffrey Dickens. Mr Dickens, who is now deceased, spoke in 1983 of a paedophile ring involving "big, big names - people in positions of power, influence and responsibility". Despite attempts to posthumously smear Dickens, there has been progress in investigating abuse rings linked to powerful people, including those involving the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE).

Nov 19 16:57

9 Simple Foods to Naturally Change Your Health

For years, scientists believed aging was a foregone conclusion and out of our control. Recent research, however, indicates that we have more authority over the aging process than previously realized. In fact, aging has more to do with the stress and function of our cells than it does with the number of candles on our birthday cake. The best way to protect cells from aging involves regular consumption of potent antioxidants, many of which are freely available in plant-based foods.

Nov 19 16:45

National Guard called up to help dig out from the big freeze: Troops set out to help stranded motorists who have been trapped in cars and buses on the highway for 36 hours after SIX FEET of snow fell

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has called up the National Guard to help rescue up to 100 stranded drivers who spent more than a day and a half stranded on highways after six feet of snow overwhelmed western New York this week.

Authorities are bracing for up to three more feet that could fall on western New York before the storm subsides this weekend.

Nov 19 16:40

'Three metal plates and 18 screws': U2 frontman Bono faces five-hour surgery on facial fractures, broken arm and shattered shoulder from 'high energy' bike accident

U2 were disappointed when they had to cancel this week's residency on NBC's The Tonight Show after Bono's shock cycling incident.

But it seems like the frontman will be out of action for a lot longer than first thought as the full extent of his gruesome injuries has been revealed and it features a facial fracture, broken arm and shattered shoulder.

Bono, 54, underwent five hours of reconstructive surgery on Sunday - which included three metal plates and 18 screws needed to repair the damage - after he was involved in a 'high energy bicycle accident' in New York City's Central Park.

Bono's been having some bad luck recently...

Nov 19 16:30

Ogden man gets up to 5 years for burrito theft

An Ogden man will serve up to five years in prison for stealing two burritos from a gas station.

Nov 19 16:20

STUDY: Banking culture breeds dishonesty

A banking culture that implicitly puts financial gain above all else fuels greed and dishonesty and makes bankers more likely to cheat, according to the findings of a scientific study.

Nov 19 16:08

Rich hoard cash as their wealth reaches record high

The amount of individuals that hold more than $30 million in assets has climbed to a new record in 2014, according to a global survey on Wednesday, which also warned that a lack of diversification meant that this wealth is not protected from shocks to the financial system.

Nov 19 15:54

Reagan and Bush Offer No Precedent for Obama’s Amnesty Order

“What about Reagan in 1987? And George H.W. Bush in 1990?” -- This has become a favorite Democratic and center-left rebuttal to Republicans angry at reports that President Obama may soon grant residency and working papers to as many as 5 million illegal aliens. If Obama acts, he’d rely on precedents set by Republican predecessors. Surely that should disbar today’s Republicans from complaining? -- Surely not, and for four reasons.

Nov 19 15:43

Obama Immigration Speech: CBS, Fox, NBC & ABC Not Airing?

President Barack Obama will finally be making public tomorrow night what his plan is to overhaul immigration. However, while his primetime speech will postpone part of the 15th annual Latin Grammys, it will not be covered by most of the Big 4 – if any of them.

Nov 19 15:31

Taxpayers billed $358,490.90 for president to attend chef’s wedding

Judicial Watch announced today it has obtained records from the United States Air Force revealing the flight cost for President Obama’s Labor Day 2014 weekend trips for fundraising, personal business, and politicking came to a total of $1,539,402.10 in taxpayer-paid transportation expenses. The documents regarding the transportation expenses came in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed on September 2, 2014.

Nov 19 15:24

People Today Need To Obtain The Security Of A Firearm BEFORE Times Get Tough

Some believe that we will very likely experience a ‘Greater Depression’ and a devastating breakdown of our civilized social fabric – leading to extremely difficult and possibly very dangerous violent times. -- When this time comes, you will discover (if you don’t already know) that your own security will become up front and personal.

Nov 19 15:04

Police captured a quarter million license plate records but only one helped solve a crime

Newly released transparency reports from the city of Menlo Park, California show that license plate reader data might not be as reliable as device manufacturers claim. The report casts doubt on the viability of a technology police and federal agencies spend millions of dollars each year procuring and maintaining.

Nov 19 14:47

Not Just Ferguson: Protests Scheduled for 83 Cities, “Direct Action Trainings” Held for Protesters

Everyone knows the government, with its lapdog mainstream media in lockstep, has whipped up the Ferguson situation into a total frenzy.

It doesn’t matter what the grand jury decides now. Fear and anger are very powerful weapons and everyone who has allowed the powers that (shouldn’t) be to steer their emotions on this one has taken the bait.

The cops have stocked up on nearly $200k worth of riot gear, less-lethal ammunition and the like. Ferguson residents have been advised to go get guns because the cops won’t be able to protect them all from what’s coming. Firearm sales in the area have skyrocketed. Everyone is on edge.

Missouri’s governor has now preemptively declared a 30-day state of emergency and called out the National Guard — and the grand jury hasn’t even made it’s decision yet!

Basically, it’s on.

Ferguson, however, is not the only city set to hold protests immediately following the Darren Wilson grand jury announcement.

Nov 19 14:47

The Sunday Shows Are Completely Infatuated With War

In a two-week, three-episode span in September, America’s prominent Sunday news talk shows featured 89 guests talking about U.S. military options in Syria and Iraq. Only one of those guests, The Nation’s editor Katrina vanden Heuvel, would count as “anti-war.” The situation barely improves if you add in cable talk shows: Out of a total 205 guests discussing military options in the same period, just six opposed intervention, versus 125 who spoke in favor of it.

Nov 19 14:38

U.N.: Cuts in carbon emissions not enough to prevent ‘global warming'

Pledges by the United States and other countries to sharply reduce greenhouse-gas emissions still aren’t enough to prevent global temperatures from rising beyond levels that scientists believe could be dangerous to the planet’s health, a U.N.-commissioned study says.

Nov 19 14:32

Gun sales surge ahead of jury’s Ferguson decision

Some suburban St. Louis gun dealers have been doing brisk business, particularly among first-time buyers, as fearful residents await a grand jury’s decision on whether to indict the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.

Nov 19 14:24

Cops Bombed the Wrong Guys, Family Says

A 2-year-old boy was burned by a police smoke bomb in a terrifying “no knock” raid at the wrong home, his family claims in court.

Nov 19 14:16

Cops Decide Running Surprise School Shooter Drill During Class At A Middle School Is A Great Idea (Aftermath)

According to Fox affiliate WTVT, officials at Jewett Middle Academy e-mailed parents to inform them of the drill, after it took place. By that point, WTVT reports, cellphones were already filling up with texts from frightened students, who thought there was a real shooter in the school.

Nov 19 14:04

Ferguson Grand Jury Decision Sparks Rush To Hire Security Guards

G4S Secure Solutions Inc., a Florida-based security company, asked that 350 security guards with licenses from other states be waived from Missouri’s licensing requirements

Nov 19 13:58

BREAKING: Saint Louis (Ferguson) Grand Jury Will Meet On Friday

Law Enforcement officials say the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case could come as soon as Friday

Nov 19 12:41

Newton, NJ cop accused of exposing himself during traffic stops

A Newton police officer was caught on videotape
unzipping his pants and exposing himself to young men during at least five
traffic stops, an arrest affidavit says.

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They learning this from those Israeli training courses?

Nov 19 11:56

Hacker Guccifer claims email's leaked 2015 Chicago Nuke attack

Hacker reveled in tormenting members of the Bush family, Colin L. Powell and a host of other prominent Americans,

Hacked Guccifer emails link Tony Blair to Bohemian Grove gathering

Rockefellers contact list via Anonymous -- Have fun! Guccifer Hacks

Nov 19 11:55

Propaganda? What Propaganda?

snip: I believe it important to understand how western media beat the drum of war on behalf of George W. Bush. The echo chamber demonstrated it could be counted on to back acts of aggression around the world with impunity. How many people in media lost their jobs when lying about Bush’s Wars (or Obama’s war for that matter)? We are told to “get over Iraq.” But there is a strong sense today that western media lied to their audiences.

Then there is the great financial crisis of 2008-09. The bulk of western media is corporate media. How many bankers from Wall Street went to jail? There has been some very good investigative journalism on the subject, but the mainstream is shy to pursue the story, telling us “to get over it.” Today there is a strong sense there is ‘state socialism’ to bail out the bankers and ‘capitalist austerity’ for the rest of us. The mainstream’s echo chamber prefers to dwell on meaningless “first world problems” like pouring buckets of ice water over our heads or the condition of Kim Kardashian's butt. In the meantime, Wall Street and Washington policy makers are never held to account for their past and present actions.

Nov 19 11:49

Anonymous Suggests Darren Wilson Tied To Ku Klux Klan, Promises More Info (screenshots)

Anonymous Releases Statement Through Hacked KKK Twitter Account Promising This is Just the Beginning

Nov 19 11:08

Judge: EM lawsuit can proceed on racial grounds

A federal judge on Wednesday ruled a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Michigan’s emergency manager law can proceed on grounds that the law disproportionately affects African-Americans.

U.S. District Court Judge George Caram Steeh said Michigan’s system for assigning cities and school districts with emergency managers provides “enormous discretion to state decision makers and creates a significant potential for discriminatory decisions.”

Nov 19 10:47

CNN: Libyan "Rebels" Are Now ISIS

Gee why not just call it WWIII? Pile on everyone to the new must-invade list!

Nov 19 10:44

Ferguson: Military Deploys Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and High Yield Explosive Response Vehicles To St. Louis

“In reading The History of Nations, we find that, like individuals, they have their whims and their peculiarities, their seasons of excitement and recklessness, when they care not what they do. We find that whole communities suddenly fix their minds upon one object and go mad in its pursuit; that millions of people become simultaneously impressed with one delusion, and run after it, till their attention is caught by some new folly more captivating than the first.”
? Charles Mackay

Nov 19 10:30

Texting Puts Up To 60 Pounds Of Pressure On Your Spine

The generation that grew up on handheld devices such as cellphones, tablets, iPods and game consoles may face early spinal cord problems, according to a recent study published in Surgical Technological International.

Nov 19 10:29

Grandma SHOCKED when police question her about this “potentially racially offensive” window display

Racism is a charge that liberals toss around so frequently these days that it’s becoming difficult to discern when someone’s really a victim of some awful hate crime, or when they’re just being an over sensitive jerk. In most cases it’s the latter.

Nov 19 09:56

PC police demanding that this restaurant change names because it’s ‘offensive and racist’

The PC police are on the prowl again. This time, they’re targeting a Colorado restaurant owner. Pete Turner opened his restaurant 20 years ago and is currently in the process of expansion. He named the restaurant, “Illegal Pete’s,” after his father who had a “rebellious streak.”

Nov 19 09:56

A Washington state elementary student was denied his school lunch recently because a cafeteria worker told him there was no money in his lunch account.

A Washington state elementary student was denied his school lunch recently because a cafeteria worker told him there was no money in his lunch account.
“It was a sack lunch. It was in a bag, she was passing it around to everybody. The lunch lady said, ‘Guess what, you can’t have a lunch.’ She said that. She said I can’t have a lunch,” said 7-year-old Xavier, in a recent interview.

Nov 19 09:55

Tucson law enforcement creates a full-time team to help the mentally ill get assistance, not just throwing them in jail.

Guns may not kill people, but when the mentally ill do, it can—and has—resulted in mass slaughter.
As social service providers struggle to meet the demand for psychiatric rehabilitation programs, many police agencies are finding themselves reluctantly cast as community "caregivers of last resort." And when the next mental health-related mass shooting inevitably occurs, the public will again question whether law enforcement could have prevented the carnage.

Nov 19 09:18

More than 350 Survivors and Descendants of Survivors and Victims of the Nazi Genocide Condemn Israel’s Assault on Gaza

327 Jewish survivors and descendants of survivors and victims of the Nazi genocide published this letter written in response to Elie Wiesel’s manipulation of the Nazi Genocide in the Saturday, August 23rd edition of the New York Times. Since then several more have signed on.

Nov 19 09:18

LIVING WITH INSANITY

It is quite clear that the United States is responsible for destabilizing Ukraine. Its CIA funds have been invested into many unsavoury projects, perhaps most disturbing is its paying support to a collection of neo-Nazi groups ranging from extremist parties to violent militia forces, some of the very groups who have committed atrocities such as murdering many hundreds of civilians.

Nov 19 09:04

Iceland Jails Former Bank CEO- Sentenced to 12 Months Prison

Landsbanki (literally "national bank")

Nov 19 09:00

Veteran Who Underwent 78 surgeries in 6 Months Isn’t “Sufficiently Injured” To Qualify For The Help He Needs

A Tennessee soldier, who was severely wounded in Afghanistan, says he has been turned down by five aid organizations as he and his wife struggle to gather funds to build a wheelchair accessible home for themselves.

Nov 19 09:00

South Korea to raise $500 billion for unification

South Korea plans to raise US$500 billion largely from the public sector, without raising taxes, to help North Korea prepare for a future reunification, the top financial regulator said Tuesday.

Nov 19 08:54

Pro-government surveillance Congressman to chair House Intelligence Committee

House Speaker John Boehner picked California Rep. Devin Nunes for the position.

Nov 19 08:51

Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Exclusive - Laura Poitras Extended Interview (November 18, 2014)

Edward Snowden: "This is not a question of someone stalking around in the shadows. These are public issues. These are not my issues. These are every bodies issues. I'm not afraid you. You're not going to bully me in to silence like you've done to everyone else." - Laura Poitras

Nov 19 08:36

The Legacy of Merce

On this edition of DTRH Popeye comes back to the airwaves after a month off due to the tragic and extremely untimely death of his beautiful wife Merce. He explains in detail the true meaning of Merce’s favorite quote “Be the change you wish to see in the world” by speaking about what he calls “The Legacy of Merce.” She talked the talk and walked the walk. The world is a better place because of her. After hearing this broadcast hopefully you will be inspired to change your perspective on life, and go be the change you wish to see in the world as Merce did.

Nov 19 08:22

Ferguson officer accused of raping pregnant woman in custody

police stopped her for an expired license plate

Nov 19 08:22

T-Mobile harasses woman over her dead husbands phone contract. Woman brings husbands ashes to store.

A widow took her dead husband’s ashes into a mobile phone shop to get them to cancel his monthly contract.
Maria Raybould, 56, was threatened with bailiffs by T-Mobile and ordered to pay a cancellation fee after her husband David, 57, died from cancer.

Nov 19 08:21

Court rules Michigan has no responsibility to provide quality public education

In a blow to schoolchildren statewide, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled on Nov. 7 the State of Michigan has no legal obligation to provide a quality public education to students in the struggling Highland Park School District.

Nov 19 08:09

Woman has been on welfare for 12 years, what she says about finding a job will INFURIATE you

The woman in the video, Kiara, is 30 years old. She has been on welfare since the age of 18. That’s 12 years she’s been receiving government aid.

Nov 19 08:09

Million dollar baby: Canadians handed $1M bill after woman gives birth in U.S.

A dream vacation has turned into a financial nightmare for one Saskatchewan couple, after a mom-to-be gave birth while on holiday in Hawaii.

Jennifer Huculak and her husband have been saddled with a medical bill of nearly $1 million after she gave birth to her daughter in the U.S.

Nov 19 08:06

Gun Sales Surge Ahead of Jury's Ferguson Decision

Some suburban St. Louis gun dealers have been doing brisk business, particularly among first-time buyers, as fearful residents await a grand jury's decision on whether to indict the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.

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Nov 19 07:55

Two Men Confront Louisiana Cop After He Litters... Cop gets infuriated taunts citizens by saying, "go do something about it"

This officer gets infuriated after being confronted with the suggestion that he broke the law!

A couple of ex-cops stop an officer on duty in Concordia Parish, Louisiana after they witnessed someone in the police officer’s car throw trash out of the window.

Nov 19 07:54

7 US CEOs made more money than their companies have paid in taxes

Seven of the 30 largest U.S. corporations paid more money to their chief executive officers last year than they paid in U.S. federal income taxes, according to a study released on Tuesday that was disputed by at least one of the companies.

Nov 19 07:51

BREAKING: DOJ Moves to Disqualify All Defense Attorneys Who Know of Govt Misconduct

Shockingly heavy-handed move by the government revealed in a brand-new filing

Nov 19 07:45

Global Warming, What Global Warming?

Michael Rivero - Obama Internet plan not so friendly

Nov 19 07:38

Father claims Scotland Yard covered up son's murder by Westminster paedophiles

The father of an eight-year-old boy murdered in the 1980s claims that his son may have died at the hands of a Westminster paedophile ring - and that Scotland Yard helped “cover up” the crime.

Vishambar Mehrotra, a retired magistrate, recorded a male prostitute saying in a telephone call that his son may have been abducted and taken to a now notorious guesthouse in 1981.

He took the recording to police at the time but claims they refused to investigate an allegation implicating “judges and politicians”. Mr Mehrotra said it had been a “huge cover-up”.

Nov 19 07:31

One Reader's Shocked Response Upon Learning His Health Insurance Cost Just Doubled

After spending months trying to register for the ACA in late 2013 and early 2014 my kids got put on our state's insurance (at "no cost") and my wife and I bagged an ACA policy at a subsidized cost of $281 per month with a total out of pocket of about $6500 (just for the two of us).

Attached is the ACA notification of next year's price increase. As you can see the cost goes from $281 to $555, a monthly increase of $274, a percentage increase of 97%.

Basically we are now paying the same amount for the two of us that we paid for all four of us one year ago.

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Nov 19 07:26

Montreal, a Model for Repression in Canada

An examination of the strategy being used in one of Canada's major cities to repress political dissent.

Brutal police tactics and military weapons being used against senior citizens, young people and the press in an effort to criminalize even the most basic exercise of civic and political rights.

This model is ready for export to the rest of Canada for use against anyone trying to peacefully impact government or corporate agendas through the use of violence and economic pressure.

Coming soon to a town near you...

Nov 19 06:19

Missouri governor unable to explain who’s in charge in Ferguson (AUDIO)

The audio, published on the internet by Swaine late Monday, shows Nixon struggling to answer a question posed by Huffington Post’s Matt Sledge: “Does the buck ultimately stop with you when it comes to how any protests are policed?”

“Um, we’re, um, I, you know, it, uh, our goal here is to, you know, keep the peace, and allow all voices to, uh, to be heard,” Nixon replies with a rambling, 14-second-long attempt at a response.

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TRANSLATION: The feds are directing this theater piece! Only he can't say that!

Nov 19 06:14

Cleveland to Pay $3 Million Over Police Shooting

Gilbert called the shooting "probably one of the worst cases of police misconduct" in U.S. history because of the number of police officers involved. More than 100 officers and 60 police cars, including some driven by supervisors, were involved in the chase. Gilbert said that by the time the chase ended in East Cleveland, officers had Russell's car blocked in and surrounded when they opened fire.

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Basically the victims' car was stopped and the two men unarmed when the police opened up with 137 shots, killing both of them.

Nov 19 06:04

DHS & National Guard Preparing For Mass Rioting In Ferguson

Greece is battling to exit it early but the IMF wants Greece to take on more debt. As time goes on it is taking people longer and long to get a job. Inflation creeps up even though fuel prices are down. NAHB sentiment up, mortgage apps and sales decline.France will not sign the TTIP. Frankfurt is now offering direct settlements in Chinese yuan. US now ranks 21 in personal freedom according to a survey. DHS and the National Guard are getting prepared for riots. The FBI warns things can go hot fast not just in Ferguson but around the country. The gold in Ukraine’s vaults has mysteriously disappeared. UN wants the Islamic State oil truck transports destroyed.

Nov 18 23:04

Is Hungary The Next Ukraine? Protests Show Country Ripe For Conflict Between Russia And Europe

A protest movement in Hungary over corruption and an increasingly pro-Russian leadership broke out this week, raising questions about whether the former communist nation is on the verge of becoming the next Ukraine. Hungary is more stable than Ukraine, which has been besieged by sectarian conflict for months, and seems less likely to fall into violent conflict, but growing anti-government demonstrations could become another battleground between Europe and Russia.

Nov 18 22:24

OOPS: 3 Billion Gallons of Fracking Wastewater 'Accidentally' Pumped into California Aquifers

Quick question: What in the hell is going on in California?

First, the state experiences an historic drought.

Then, new legislation was passed just a few months ago which aims to control and regulate the use of groundwater on a never-before-seen level on one's privately-owned land. These laws will even create agencies that basically serve as "water police." Private wells will have to be registered and metered, and landowners who fail to comply will have their wells forcibly shut down by the government.

Nov 18 19:08

Facebook broadens gun ban to include safety features like vaults, safes

Facebook’s ban on gun ads has been extended to include efforts to keep arms safe and out of the hands of children, such as trigger locks and safes.

Nov 18 19:04

Updating JFK In Berlin: “Ich Bin Ein Palestinian”

When President John F. Kennedy told the world on June 26, 1963. “Ich bin ein Berliner”, he was asserting his solidarity with Berliners separated by a wall.

Barack Obama has two more years in which to find his “pairing of the man and the moment”. His presidency has been badly marred by his unwillingness to denounce the Israeli occupation of Palestinian land and people.

The inhumane blot of the occupation cries out for Obama action.

Nov 18 19:01

US and Europe Conceal Their Bankruptcy with Hostility to Russia

The real threat to the world is economic collapse and poverty.

Without any solutions and in fact only exacerbating these problems, the US and European leaders are hiding behind a false agenda of non-issues, such as security, and in particular alleged «Russian aggression».

US President Obama was joined by European leaders last weekend in trying to turn the G20 summit in Australia into a forum for baiting Russia, rather than dealing with the more onerous problem of a failing world economy

Nov 18 18:43

Brandon Martinez: Hidden History and Grand Deceptions

Was Israel’s Mossad involved in manufacturing the 9/11 events to kick-start the Zionists’ pre-planned “war on terror”? I do much to prove this in the book, often using quotes from the horse’s mouth...Brandon Martinez

Nov 18 18:37

On Faith, Family, and America's Future: A Conversation With Dr. Ron Paul

Popular economist Jerry Robinson discusses faith, family, and America's future with former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul.

Nov 18 18:20

Campus cops brutalize man, no explanation *VIDEO*

A half-dozen Brookdale Community College police officers brutalized a man for at least eight minutes without telling him what law he broke.

Nov 18 18:15

Facebook slams the door on political campaigns; In 2016 elections, political candidates will no longer be able to access users' friends lists to target potential voters

Barack Obama’s reelection campaign pioneered a pathway for political campaigns to reach voters through Facebook when it released an app that helped supporters target their friends with Obama-related material.
But as the 2016 presidential campaign approaches, Facebook is rolling out a change that will prevent future campaigns from doing this, closing the door on one of the most sophisticated social targeting efforts ever undertaken.

Nov 18 18:15

A majority of Americans make less than $20 per hour

According to data compiled by Goldman Sachs, most American workers earn below $20 per hour. Goldman Sachs economists David Mericle and Chris Mischaikow crunched Labor Department data that is used to generate the monthly jobs report that the market closely watches, in particular from the survey of employers.

Nov 18 18:07

David Icke - Royal/Political Paedophilia How the Global Pieces Fit

David Icke - on the Richie Allen Show - Royal/Political Paedophilia, How the Global Pieces Fit:

Nov 18 17:30

Darren Wilson supporter fundraises enough for 'Pants up, don't loot' billboard in Ferguson

Pro-cop opponents of Ferguson protests have crowdfunded a billboard reading "#PantsUPDontLOOT" to be erected in Ferguson, MO

Nov 18 16:54

World Doesn’t Need More Democracy, It Needs More Freedom

During turbulent times like the present, Americans make fervent appeals to “democracy,” which they equate with freedom.

Nov 18 16:48

ECB Plans ‘Intrusive’ Probe of Banks’ Risk-Weight Models

The ECB, newly installed as the euro area’s single supervisor, plans to scrutinize lenders’ models and eliminate variations across the currency bloc, top policy makers have said.

Nov 18 16:46

Ohio National Guard unit gets Ebola assignment in west Africa

The soldiers probably would train in the U.S. for a short period before going overseas to replace troops already in Africa.

Nov 18 16:45

GMO-Loaded Food Corp Targets Natural Foods for Being ‘Unfair Competition’

Perhaps you’ve heard of Unilever? The company sells products under 1,000 brands, including Hellmann’s mayonnaise Suave, Klondike, and TRESemmé. In addition to donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to shut down GMO labeling, the mega-corp has also decided to file a lawsuit against an upstart vegan mayonnaise-making company, claiming “false advertising and unfair competition.”

Nov 18 16:43

Chelyabinsk meteor #2? Massive flash over Russia’s Urals stuns locals & scientists

An extraordinary bright orange flash has lit up the sky in Russia’s Sverdlovsk region in the Urals. While locals captured the massive ‘blast’ on numerous cameras, both scientists and emergency services still struggle to explain the unusual event.

Nov 18 16:36

STUDY: American personal freedom now ranks below 20 other countries

Americans’ assessments of their personal freedom have significantly declined under President Obama, according to a new study from the Legatum Institute in London, and the United States now ranks below 20 other countries on this measure.

Nov 18 16:22

Obama's AG Nominee's Office Seized Over $904 Million in Asset Forfeitures in 2013

In September, US Attorney General Eric "Fast and Furious" Holder announced his resignation, and people everywhere rejoiced.

We've been waiting to see who his successor will be, and on November 8 Obama announced his pick.

Her name is Loretta Lynch, and she's currently the US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York. She is expected to be confirmed as our new US AG in early 2015.

One can only hope she takes the Constitution more seriously than her predecessor.

Unfortunately, a major red flag has already been raised.

Nov 18 16:16

NAACP Condemns Ferguson State of Emergency, Compares Rioters, Looters to Boston Tea Partiers

After Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D) declared a state of emergency on Monday days before the Ferguson grand jury is expected to make its decision on whether to indict the officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, the NAACP condemned the decision as "presumptuous."

NAACP President and CEO Cornell Brooks said the state of emergency declaration only threatens to "stir up tension" and is "both premature in its application and presumptuous in intention" to the "hundreds of peaceful demonstrators who have embraced their Constitutional right to protest."

Nov 18 16:10

Since 2011 one Buffalo police officer has shot and killed 25 dogs

police have opened fire on 92 dogs since 2011, killing the vast majority of them

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