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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

7 September - Blogs I'm Following

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UK To Build Trump Style Wall To Keep Out Illegal Migrants

Sean Adl-Tabatabai at Your News Wire - 6 minutes ago
The UK has announced plans to construct a “great wall” across one its most popular borders in order to stem the flow of illegal migrants coming in. Just two months after voting to leave the European Union, the UK have begun plans to build a 13-foot wall in Calais, where illegal crossings from France have quadrupled in recent years. Breitbart.com reports: UK Border Force guards on French soil stopped 84,088 illegal immigrants last year, figures released last month show. The new 13-foot (4 metre) high wall will be built of smooth concrete, making it hard toclimb, and will line the ro... more »

Goldman Sachs Threatens To Sack Employees Who Support Trump

Sean Adl-Tabatabai at Your News Wire - 6 minutes ago
Goldman Sachs have issued a set of strict new rules to their employees forbidding them from contributing to Donald Trump’s campaign. The new rule kicked in on September 1, and apply only to the firm’s partners. The memo detailing the rule specifically mentions the Trump-Pence campaign as an example of something partners cannot support. Fortune.com reports: The firm says the rules were meant to remove any implication of so-called “pay to play.” Four years ago, the bank paid $12 million to settle charges that a former Boston-based banker had picked up bond underwriting business in the...more »

Former Dutch PM Calls For Netanyahu To Be Tried For War Crimes

Sean Adl-Tabatabai at Your News Wire - 6 minutes ago
Former Dutch prime minister Dries van Agt has called for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be tried for war crimes, during Netanyahu’s visit in The Hague on Tuesday. Van Agt says that the Jewish homeland should be relocated to Germany instead of Israel, arguing that the Israeli government are illegally occupying Palestinian land. Uprooted Palestinians reports: He told the NPO 1 public television channel on Monday that “a war criminal coming to this country” and that Netanyahu should be sent to the International Criminal Court (ICC). “The occupation and expansion… building...more »

Hillsborough Disaster Chief Steps Down Due To Ill Heatlh

Sean Adl-Tabatabai at Your News Wire - 26 minutes ago
The person in charge of leading the criminal investigation into the Hillsborough disaster has been forced to step down due to ill health. The Home Office have confirmed that Assistant Commissioner Jon Stoddart, who spent almost four years as head of Operation Resolve, has been forced to resign due to severe health issues. Stoddart led the probe into the planning and preparation of the 1989 FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest. BBC News reports: It is due to end later this year after an inquest jury concluded in April that the fans were unlawfully killed. Home S... more »

I do not support "The Education for All Act" (HR 4481).

skrashen at Schools Matter - 32 minutes ago
Stephen Krashen September, 2016 H.R. 4481, the "Education for All Act" has been introduced in the US House of Representatives. The description: "To amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 to provide assistance for developing countries to promote quality basic education and to establish the goal of all children in school and learning as an objective of the United States foreign assistance policy, and for other purposes." Despite 4481's noble goals, I do not support it: 4481 appears to be supporting an approach for other countries that has not worked in the US. The Premise HR ... more »

France And Its Stance Against The Symbolic Repression Of Women Through Dress

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 1 hour ago
*- by Helen Klein* Reading *HuffPo* yesterday, an article written by Manuel Valls, Prime Minister of France, struck a chord. It should be a must read, especially for women. He wrote, In France, Women are Free, in response to the recent *NY Times* article, The Way People Look at Us Has Changed: Muslim Women on Life in Europe, by Lillie Dremeaux. Valls criticizes the perspective of this article, which he views as one sided, and he presents a coherent and well thought out defense of France’s position regarding the burqa. I found it courageous and heartening and a far different vers... more »

Seeing the 1980's in Stranger Things

Daniel Stack at 19th Level - 2 hours ago
The Netflix show *Stranger Things* takes place in autumn of 1983. The main protagonists are around twelve years old. As I watched it, the odd realization dawned on me that in autumn of 1983, I was twelve years old. I watched many of the episodes with my 14-year old daughter. I amused her when I had an epiphany that I actually owned one of the shirts that Mike wore. It was one of the most accurate depictions of the 1980's I've seen on television. There were some anachronisms here and there, but it was for the most part spot-on. Mike and his friends were a lot like me and my friend... more »

Did Chinese President Xi And Russian President Putin Humiliated President Obama At The G20?

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 2 hours ago
YouTube *Anders Åslund, Real Clear Defense*: *How Xi and Putin Humiliated Obama at the G-20* On September 4-5, the G-20 held its annual summit in Hangzhou, China, President Xi Jinping’s home. G-20 summits tend to be meaningless, but this one appears to have been outright harmful. The signature event was when President Barack Obama’s Air Force One was not met with a staircase, and it went downhill from there. During the global financial crisis in 2008-9, when the main economies in the world needed to come together to reassure global markets, the G-20 was relevant. Ever since, G-20... more »

Why I Voted for Jeremy Corbyn

Phil at All That Is Solid ... - 2 hours ago
In last year's Labour leadership contest and after much shilly-shallying, my vote went to Yvette Cooper. This year there was no hesitation: I duly ticked the box for Jeremy Corbyn. The passage from the poster woman for "sensible" managerial politics to Corbynism might be puzzling for some, so here are my reasons. First off, it's partly a protest. *Partly*. Over the last year, my dismay has grown over into disgust at the behaviour of the PLP. Of course, it's *not all of the PLP*. A minority are doing the behind doors briefing, and complaining loudly every time Jeremy so much as pick... more »

Musical Interlude: Yanni, “To the One Who Knows”

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 2 hours ago
Yanni, “To the One Who Knows” - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF3kxNYTmsk

"A Look to the Heavens"

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 2 hours ago
“Follow the handle of the Big Dipper away from the dipper's bowl, until you get to the handle's last bright star. Then, just slide your telescope a little south and west and you might find this stunning pair of interacting galaxies, the 51st entry in Charles Messier's famous catalog. *Click image for larger size.* Perhaps the original spiral nebula, the large galaxy with well defined spiral structure is also cataloged as NGC 5194. Its spiral arms and dust lanes clearly sweep in front of its companion galaxy (left), NGC 5195. The pair are about 31 million light-years distant and offic... more »

Chet Raymo, "Starlight"

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 2 hours ago
*"Starlight"* by Chet Raymo "Poor Calvin is overwhelmed with the vastness of the cosmos and no small dose of existential angst. He is not the first, of course. Most famously the 17th-century French philosopher Blaise Pascal wailed his own despair: "I feel engulfed in the infinite immensity of spaces whereof I know nothing and which know nothing of me. I am terrified...The eternal silence of these infinite spaces alarms me." And he didn't know the half of it. Not so long ago we imagined ourselves to be the be-all and end-all of creation, at the center of a cosmos made expressly for... more »

"No Smooth Roads..."

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 2 hours ago
"Life has no smooth road for any of us; and in the bracing atmosphere of a high aim the very roughness stimulates the climber to steadier steps, till the legend, over steep ways to the stars, fulfills itself." - W. C. Doane

"Regret: The Weight of the Past"

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 2 hours ago
*"Regret: The Weight of the Past"* by Madisyn Taylor, The DailyOM "Holding onto regret is like dragging the weight of the past with us everywhere we go. It drains our energy, leaving less available for life in the present because we are constantly feeding an old issue. This attachment can cause illness the same way watering a dead plant creates decay. We know that something new and beautiful can grow in its place if we only prepare the soil and plant the right seeds. We also know that we create our lives from our thoughts, so dwelling on the past may actually recreate a situation i... more »

"It All Boils Down To..."

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 2 hours ago
"In a universe devoid of life, any life at all would be immensely meaningful. We ARE that meaning. "And what we see, "says the poet Mary Oliver, "is the world that cannot cherish us, but which we cherish." As though life itself is the great, universal, unrequited love of all time. But there is even more to this. Deep mystery. We are the universe aware of itself. We let the miracle get lost in distractions. On a planet so rich with living companions, much of humanity sentences itself to solitary confinement. Late at night, I used to lie in my boat listening to radio calls from ships... more »

Top U.S. And Russian Officials To Meet In Switzerland To Discuss The Syrian War

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 3 hours ago
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attend a news conference after a meeting on Syria in Geneva, Switzerland, August 26, 2016. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY *Reuters:* *Lavrov, Kerry to meet Sept. 8-9 to discuss Syrian conflict Russia* Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry agree in a phone call to meet in Geneva on Sept. 8-9 to discuss resolution of the conflict in Syria, Russia's Foreign Ministry said. "The ministers worked through the remaining details of the agreement on the est... more »

Lies, Hate, and Bus Ads

noreply@blogger.com (fern hill) at DAMMIT JANET! - 3 hours ago
This is the ad that the fetal gore gang is trying to force onto buses in Hinton and Grande Prairie, AB, after Peterborough, ON caved to their threats. Perhaps there are other cities targetted; we don't know. Note that this is a departure for them. This is the banner they dropped over a busy highway in Hamilton, ON. And here's the fuzzed-out-for-public-consumption sample of the postcards they stuffed in people's maiboxes. The bus ad is less gory, but no less lying hate propaganda. First, the images. The 7-week fetus looks to be the same size or even bigger than the 16-week f... more »

Fake Clinic Update: Two Fewer In Canada, Irish Health Minister "Sickened"

noreply@blogger.com (fern hill) at DAMMIT JANET! - 3 hours ago
Crisis pregnancy centres, aka fake clinics, are going through a bit of rough spot. We reported on Hinton's fake clinic being turned down for a community grant. They'll have to downsize as a result. In Campbell River, BC, the fake clinic closed down entirely in March. So did the fake clinic in Prince Edward County, Ontario. (From Facebook.) And charitable status revoked. (Looking forward to more news like this in upcoming months. Stay tuned.) Meanwhile in Ireland, another undercover investigation reveals that -- surprise! -- fake clinics there tell the same bullshit lies. But in ... more »

Can We Have Some Privacy? (Scott Horton and Tom Keenan)

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 3 hours ago
*An excerpt from, "Privacy: Six Questions for Garret Keizer" by Scott Horton, Harper's Magazine, August 22, 2012: * I locate the idea of privacy—what Louis Brandeis called “the right to be let alone”—in our creaturely resistance to being interfered with, used, or penetrated against our will. For me, the roots of privacy are as much in our physical bodies as in our legal traditions, and I see those roots intertwined with the human capacity to resist. The fiercest kinds of resistance, be they personal or national, are always in response to forced occupation. It is no surprise that all... more »

Reykholt - The home of Snorri Sturluson

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 3 hours ago
Here is some history about the brave country that *showed the banksters the door.* *Video Title: Reykholt - The home of Snorri Sturluson. Source: West Iceland. Date Published: November 12, 2014.* Reykhholt is most famous for being the home of Iceland's best-known author Snorri Sturluson during the years 1206-1241. An ancient geothermally-heated pool, Snorralaug, is named after him. It is one of the few things preserved whole from Iceland´s medieval period. Snorrastofa is a cultural centre and institute for research in medieval studies. Snorrastofa offers historical exhibitions a... more »

The Hajj Has Lost Its Spiritual Value For Deep Thinking Muslims

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 3 hours ago
Anger and controversy surrounded *last year's Hajj* when a stampede ended the lives of thousands of Muslim pilgrims. To make matters worse, the classless imbeciles in the Saudi government refused to apologize to the victims' families. Instead of owing up to their error, they blamed the victims, saying that they didn't follow the proper procedures that were in place. This year's Hajj is also not going well, and it hasn't even started. *Saudi Arabia's top cleric said* Iranians and Shiites are not Muslims but their "main enemies." The comment came after Iran's leader said that Musli... more »

The World According to Monsanto

WakingTimes at Waking Times - 3 hours ago
*James Hall* - The goal to reduce the earthly population coincides with Monsanto’s strategy. The post The World According to Monsanto appeared first on Waking Times.

Michelle Dunk: “Finding Refuge in the Extraordinary: Romantic Music as Fuel to Set the Soul on Fire”

Peter Cresswell at Not PC - 3 hours ago
Art and music are fuel for life. *“Romantic art is the fuel and the spark plug of a man’s soul. Its task is to set a soul on fire and never let it go out.”* Painist Michelle Dunk first became interested in classical music around the age of six. She calls it finding refuge in the extraordinary! *Even at the age of six, long before I could cognitively understand why I was drawn to this music, I was acutely aware that I was enthralled by this particular style… The power of music is a fascinating thing, and the experience of playing the piano is a profoundly personal and inti... more »

Iran’s mullahs are banning use of the word wine and names of foreign animals in books

Peter Cresswell at Not PC - 3 hours ago
In Persian lyric poetry “you can hardly find a sonnet that does not contain the wine, the bard and the beloved.” Hafiz, for example, was a 14th-century Persian poet who “lauded the joys of love and wine but also targeted religious hypocrisy.” Here for example: *Even though, to pious, drinking wine is a sin,Don't judge me; I use it as a bleach to wash the color of hypocrisy away.All that laughing and weeping of lovers must be coming from some other place;Here, all night I sing with my winecup and then moan for You all day.If someone were to ask Hafiz, "Why do you spend all... more »


Oberon at GlobaLove Think Tank - 4 hours ago


Oberon at GlobaLove Think Tank - 4 hours ago

Can The Rift Between Ashkenazi And Sephardic Jews Actually Lead To An Israeli Civil War?

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 4 hours ago
Señor Trumpanzee doesn't really have a policy on Israel or anything else. He stakes out convenient negotiating positions meant to advance whatever Trumpanzee interests he happens to have in mind, and-- as the *Dallas Morning News* pointed out yesterday "Trump flips from one side to the other, issue after issue, sometimes within a single news cycle... all principles are negotiable." That said, both the Democratic Party establishment and the Republican Party establishment are united in one thing: lockstep, unquestioning and unquestionable support for Israel's right-wing elites. The ... more »

Iraqi Shiite Militia Sends 1,000 More Fighters To Syria’s Aleppo

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 4 hours ago
Threat Matrix *Reuters*: *Iraq militia fighters join battle for Syria's Aleppo* An Iraqi Shi'ite militia said on Wednesday it had dispatched more than 1,000 fighters to the frontline in neighboring Syria, escalating foreign involvement in the battle for Aleppo, the biggest prize in five years of relentless civil war. New footage emerged of civilians choking in the aftermath of an apparent attack with poison chlorine gas on an opposition-held district as the battle for Syria's biggest city approaches what could be a decisive phase. Aleppo has been divided for years into government ... more »

Mis-Educative Technology and Human Capital Management: Part 1

Jim Horn at Schools Matter - 4 hours ago
by Jim Horn Those who are predicting the coming demise of high-stakes testing should be extremely concerned that the potential replacement of standardized tests, which are awful enough and have been used to demonize and sort underprivileged students for over a hundred years, may bring more ominous kinds of assessments that are ongoing, unending, and much more intrusive and damaging. The new assessments will happening every day, rather than once a year, and they are intended to amass tons of data on individual students that may be used for human profiling and more effective societa... more »

The Poet: Mary Oliver, "Coming Home"

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 5 hours ago
*"Coming Home"* "When we are driving in the dark, on the long road to Provincetown, when we are weary, when the buildings and the scrub pines lose their familiar look, I imagine us rising from the speeding car. I imagine us seeing everything from another place- the top of one of the pale dunes, or the deep and nameless fields of the sea. And what we see is a world that cannot cherish us, but which we cherish. And what we see is our life moving like that along the dark edges of everything, headlights sweeping the blackness, believing in a thousand fragile and unprovable things. Looking out... more »

The Daily "Near You?"

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 5 hours ago
Peshawar, North-West Frontier, Pakistan. Thanks for stopping by!

"Making A Stand..."

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 5 hours ago
"We have got some very big problems confronting us and let us not make any mistake about it, human history in the future is fraught with tragedy. It's only through people making a stand against that tragedy and being doggedly optimistic that we are going to win through. If you look at the plight of the human race it could well tip you into despair, so you have to be very strong." - Robert James Brown

Poor Planning Lack Of Staff More Than Oil Dependency Reasons For Iraq’s Economic Woes

Joel Wing at MUSINGS ON IRAQ - 5 hours ago
The rentier state and the Dutch Disease are two common theories used to describe the problems with Iraq’s economy. They are similar hypotheses that argue that the country’s oil dependency starves the rest of the economy and leads to authoritarianism. Bassam Yousif, an economics professor from Indiana State University had an alternative explanationpointing to bad state planning, lack of capacity in government institutions, and the decline of human capital since 1990s as the cause of the nation’s economic woes. The Dutch Disease and the rentier state are commonly used to explain th... more »

Russian Fighter Jet Came Within 10 Feet Of A U.S. Navy Spy Plane Over The Black Sea

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 5 hours ago
P-8A Poseidon. US Navy Photo *Reuters*: *Russian jet came within 10 feet of U.S. spy plane: U.S. officials* A Russian fighter jet carried out an "unsafe and unprofessional" intercept of a U.S. spy plane flying a regular patrol over the Black Sea, coming within 10 feet (3.05 meters) of the American aircraft, two U.S. defense officials told Reuters on Wednesday. The incident comes at a time of increased tensions between the United States and Russia, who are on opposing sides of the Syrian civil war. One official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the incident lasted abou... more »

Economic News , Data & Views....... September 7 , 2016...... Quick Hits. Markets & Market Moving News : US , Europe , & Asia Stock Market Developments ; Crude Oil Items Of Note ; Bond Markets Related Items ; Market Moving News. 2. Around The Horn For Europe - Greece , France , Italy , UK & Germany. 3. MENA - Libya & Syria In Focus.

Fred Walton at Catharsis Ours - 5 hours ago
Markets ...... Thursday morning data &News from Asia.... *Haidi Lun 伦海迪* ‏@HaidiLun 1h 1 hour ago Japan revised 2Q GDP: Annualised +0.7% (est 0.2%) On-quarter +0.2% Deflator 0.7% (est 0.8%) *Yonhap News Agency* ‏@YonhapNews 21m 21 minutes ago S. Korea wins WTO case against U.S. punitive duties on washing machines *Yonhap News Agency* ‏@YonhapNews 33m 33 minutes ago Korean firms rush to sell debts ahead of U.S. rate hike *Maritime Law Firm* ‏@tunisianlawfirm 16m 16 minutes ago *Hanjin* sends supplies to replenish stricken vessels: Embattled *Hanjin* *Shi... more »

On Waves Of Ignorance

Owen Gray at Northern Reflections - 5 hours ago
Kellie Leitch is doing to the Conservative Party what Donald Trump has done to the Republican Party -- splitting it right down the middle. Michael Den Tandt writes: Apparently, as far as Team Leitch is concerned, a new wind is blowing — a nativist wind, ripe for the harvest. Last week it was reported that a Leitch campaign survey had posed this question: “Should the Canadian government screen potential immigrants for anti-Canadian values as part of its normal screening for refugees and landed immigr “Canadians can expect to hear more, not less from me, on this topic in the coming... more »

Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- September 7, 2016

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 6 hours ago
*(Click on Image to Enlarge)* *Nikolas K. Gvosdev, National Interest*: *What Happened at the G-20? Not Much.* *Obama’s “legacy” summit had very few concrete results.* One photographer assigned to photograph the G-20 summit captured a telling moment on the stage in Hangzhou: Presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan engaged in an animated conversation, while a pensive-looking German chancellor Angela Merkel (perhaps still processing the news of her party’s catastrophic electoral defeat in her home state of Mecklenburg–Western Pomerania) looks into the distance and Presiden... more »

“9/11 Intercepted”

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 6 hours ago
*“9/11 Intercepted”* by Pilots For 9/11 Truth Text by Carl Herman “Aviation and warfare are cold, precise endeavors. The September 11 attack was a military operation requiring military precision down to the last minute in order to stay one step ahead of the rank and file air traffic controllers and fighter pilots who would get in the way. Rob Balsamo from Pilots for 911 Truth has produced an essential video demonstrating how this was achieved (41 minutes): False-flag operations are unopposed military operations involving all the resources of the state and mass media. Those who plan... more »

"If It Is In Our Power..."

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 6 hours ago
"If it is in our power to prevent something bad from happening, without thereby sacrificing anything of comparable moral importance, we ought, morally, to do it." - Peter Singer

The Insanity Of Hillary Rodham Clinton: 5 Questionable Clinton Related Deaths In 2016 (Many More To Come!)

Northerntruthseeker at Northerntruthseeker - 6 hours ago
I must be honest here... I am not a fan of either Donald Drumpf or Hillary "Killary" Clinton as the next US President... Both are absolutely Jew butt kissers, and when either is selected as the President it will be business as usual for the Jewish elite that control America and are working on its ultimate demise.... But the thought of a Hillary "Killary" Clinton Presidency worries me the most, for this demonic creature is truly a freak and a mass murderer.... Her "Clinton Foundation" is not a foundation at all, but actually a money laundering and money grabbing mechanism that has be... more »

Cardiology study retracted, as author suggests industry was involved in killing it

Ivan Oransky at Retraction Watch - 6 hours ago
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) has retracted a recently published paper that questioned the effectiveness of a treatment for irregular heartbeat, against the last author’s wishes. Continue reading this post, which may not have been delivered to all of our email subscribers because of a technical error. The post Cardiology study retracted, as author suggests industry was involved in killing it appeared first on Retraction Watch.

Stripper scandal outrageous

Peter Cresswell at Not PC - 7 hours ago
So Chiefs players have been “exonerated” of claims alleged against them by their Mad Monday stripper that they licked, groped, touched, and threw alcohol at her. But while the Ruggy Union has exonerated the players of harassing her, they’re still giving them a “black mark” for “inappropriate behaviour.” What a bunch of cringing fence-sitters. There *has* been inappropriate behaviour here, most of it is from these fishheads and their weasel words. You’re either exonerated or you’re not. If your players are, then back them. If they’re not, then don’t. Instead, the boys in the bl... more »

Sorry Alarmists, Even Joe Romm Confirms The Pause

Paul Homewood at NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT - 7 hours ago
By Paul Homewood https://thinkprogress.org/satellites-confirm-global-warming-ce6d636c469f#.i75ucfc3p Joe Romm continues to make an idiot of himself. He uses this graph from UAH to show that even satellites confirm his apocalyptic version of events. https://thinkprogress.org/satellites-confirm-global-warming-ce6d636c469f#.i75ucfc3p He cherry picks the latest 12 month average, which just so happens to be a miniscule 0.074C higher […]

World News Briefs -- September 7, 2016 (Evening Edition)

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 7 hours ago
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (R) during a bilateral meeting focused on the Syrian crisis in Geneva, Switzerland, August 26, 2016. *VOA:* *Last-ditch Attempt Seen for Syria Cease-fire Pact* STATE DEPARTMENT/LONDON — Intensive diplomatic efforts have resumed in what some observers see as a last-ditch effort to bring about a cease-fire in Syria. In London, British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson called a meeting with the broad-based Syrian opposition group, the High Negotiations Committee, saying there is still a chance the vision o... more »

Housing: Some sanity in the House [updated]

Peter Cresswell at Not PC - 7 hours ago
As many of us have been saying for some time, this government has no interest in *solving* the housing crisis. Instead they single out scapegoats (foreigners, immigrants, land-bankers, NZ’s alleged prosperity) and just tinker while home prices burn. They tinker while pretending to solve things – and they hope the marginal voters see the tinkering while their voting core sees their home prices continue to rise. So while Nick Smith tinkers, offering no answers beyond making several specially-designated Housing Areas more Special (including the power to confiscate people’s land if... more »


Graeme Decarie at The Decarie Report - 8 hours ago

Demonising CO2

Paul Homewood at NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT - 8 hours ago
By Paul Homewood https://rclutz.wordpress.com/2016/09/07/researchers-against-co2/ Future generations will look back and wonder how much junk science was ever accepted as mainstream. Ron Clutz has the latest story: The media are reporting stories with a new theme: More CO2 is bad for plant life. This flies in the face of biochemistry, but […]

Investigation Launched As Russian River Turns Red

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 8 hours ago
A river in Russia’s Arctic city of Norilsk mysteriously turned blood-red on Tuesday, puzzling locals and prompting authorities to launch an investigation. Казни египетские. Норильск, река Купец вблизи завода “Надежда”. pic.twitter.com/X3Oc2wtfRq — Юрий Мережко (@yoorashka) September 7, 2016 Russian authorities fear that a Pipeline may have broken as the Daldykan river in Siberia runs close to nickel-producing factory. Russia’s Natural Resources and Environment ministry confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that it was investigating reports of river pollution “with an unidentified ... more »

U.S. Election News Updates -- September 7, 2016

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 8 hours ago
*Reuters:* *Trump and Clinton look to pass U.S. commander-in-chief test* Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, pledging a major new military buildup, and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton get a chance on Wednesday to show how they would lead the U.S. armed forces as commander-in-chief. The two Nov. 8 election opponents are to make back-to-back appearances at an NBC "commander-in-chief" forum in New York, Clinton first, followed by Trump. It will offer a prelude of what to expect from them when national security issues come up in their three presidential debates. Trump is to... more »

In the end, even Rupert Murdoch was made to understand that horror show Roger Ailes had to go

KenInNY at DownWithTyranny! - 8 hours ago
*In his article in the Sept. 5 NYM, Ailes biographer Gabriel Sherman argued that nobody, least of all Rupert Murdoch, should have been surprised by Big Ratso's behavior at the fake-news empire he was hired to create -- it was a pattern that had kept him from being employed for more than a few years at his previous jobs.* *by Ken* On Friday Digby served up a post, "The Ailes chronicles. OMG" thusly: Pull up a chair and read the most amazing story you will read all year, and that's including the story of the Trump campaign. This is the big one by Gabriel Sherman about the most influ... more »

Another side of PhDLife: Banquet in Oslo City Hall

Sunniva at SunnivaRose - 8 hours ago
Last night Anders and I did something we've never done before: we attended a banquet in Oslo City Hall, to celebrate the laureates of this year's Kavli Prize! There were several firsts, yesterday, for example: - first time I've heard the prime minister speak live - first time in the City Hall (and it was really awesome - so much better than it may look like from the outside!) - first time Anders wore a tuxedo (definitely not the last!) I got my dress just a couple of weeks ago, from Tina Ritzi, in Kirkeveien - the best place for ball gowns in Oslo, really <3 The Kav... more »

Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton!

bob somerby at the daily howler - 8 hours ago
*WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016Narrative all the way down:* We've just returned from a chic weekly luncheon. We were struck by a discussion which took place at that chic event. The discussion involved the email Colin Powell sent to Hillary Clinton. Yesterday, we discussed that email. It's described on page 11 of the newly-released FBI report. Below, you see the passage in question. Unless we're misunderstanding something, it seems that Powell was telling Clinton about the way he avoided Freedom of Information requests when he was secretary of state. It further seems that he was tel... more »


JR at GREENIE WATCH - 8 hours ago
*Global warming is causing Europe's glaciers to retreat by hundreds of feet a year (?) * *The article below is a bit of a mish-mash. It reports glacier retreat from 1850 and then skips to the year 2015. It is true that there has been some warming since 1850 so some retreat due to that might be expected. And it is true that 2015 was an anomalously hot year. But other details are omitted. The fact that Hannibal walked elephants over the Alps in the Roman warm period -- where glaciers are now -- suggests that glacial fluctuations are a natural phenomenon and that warming d... more »

name that country

Oberon at GlobaLove Think Tank - 9 hours ago

The Zika Virus and the NWO Depopulation Agenda

Joachim Hagopian at American Empire Exposed - 9 hours ago
Right out of the globalists’ population control playbook comes this year’s Zika virus. What the elite don’t want you to know is that the Zika virus has been around for 69 years. Until this year it was always known to be a relatively harmless virus with typical flu-like symptoms rarely if ever lethal. Yet in January 2016 all that changed overnight when the medical establishment and New World Order controllers unleashed Zika-mania hype as their latest fearmongering strategy designed to cause panic amongst the global population. It’s clearly another classic example of the Hegelian Dia... more »

A bunch of very disturbing stuff...

Adrienne at Adrienne's Corner - 9 hours ago
*has my blood pressure spiking.* Let's start with the "little" stuff, shall we? After a doctor's appointment yesterday, I stopped into a local eatery for breakfast. I generally have a book with me for such occasions. While I was reading and sipping my coffee a nice man came up and said, "It's so nice to see someone actually reading a book instead of having their face glued to a phone." The sight of people sitting at a table with other people and all of them staring at phones is, in my opinion, just plain creepy. It's particularly offensive when the person is young - as in pre-tee... more »

Ken tells the truth again

sue at Is the BBC biased? - 9 hours ago
Ken Livingstone was on Sky News today, treating us to an almost identical interview to yesterday’s Victoria Derbyshire one. No doubt it’ll be on YouTube soon if it isn’t already. As before, he was invited on to Sky to opine about Keith Vaz, but it wasn’t long before Kay Burley brought up “Hitler”. Ken still insists that what he said was true. Obviously nothing is ever going to change his mind about that. Pity Kay Burley was so poorly briefed. It’s as if everyone has forgotten *why* he said what he said. (“Hitler was supporting Zionism before he went mad and ended up killing six... more »

ASEAN Leaders Agree To Create A Hotline To Avoid Accidental Military Clashes In The South China Sea

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 9 hours ago
Regional leaders at the Asean summit in Vientiane, Laos [Reuters] *Wall Street Journal*: *Asean, China Plan Hotline to Avoid South China Sea Clashes* *Relatively minor achievement underscores difficulty in resolving competing territorial claims in the area* VIENTIANE, Laos—China and Southeast Asian nations Wednesday agreed to create a telephone hotline as a fresh step to help avoid accidental military clashes in the South China Sea. This relatively minor achievement, however, underscored the continuing difficulty in resolving the competing territorial claims in the area, which in... more »

Tensions On The South China Sea Are Rising Over Reports That China Is Building A New Island Near The Philippines

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 9 hours ago
*Bill Gertz, National Interest*:* Is China Getting Ready to Build a New Military Base in the South China Sea?* Photos of Chinese ships deployed near a key disputed reef in the South China Sea surfaced over the weekend as U.S. and Chinese leaders met at the Group of 20 nations summit and discussed maritime disputes. The Philippines Defense Ministry published photos of 11 Chinese ships near Scarborough Shoal that include vessels that some reports indicated appear designed for dredging operations – a key indicator Beijing is ignoring U.S. and international calls for a halt to island-... more »

Economics Teaching Conference

Greg Mankiw at Greg Mankiw's Blog - 9 hours ago
Economics educators may be interested in this upcoming conference. Frank Conway, founder of the Economic Rockstar, will interview me at the conference.

Author objects to retraction of heart study, implies industry played role

Dalmeet Singh Chawla at Retraction Watch - 9 hours ago
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) has retracted a recently published paper that questioned the effectiveness of a treatment for irregular heartbeat, against the last author’s wishes. Andrea Natale, the study’s last and corresponding author and Executive Medical Director of Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia at Austin, took to social media today to express his frustration in the […] The post Author objects to retraction of heart study, implies industry played role appeared first on Retraction Watch.

"How It Really Is"

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 9 hours ago

Narcissistic Behaviour As Defined by Gail Meyers

Stranger in a Strange Land at Stranger in a Strange Land - 9 hours ago
*Those whom embody this behaviour are growing in number globally. They are the Rector, CEO. Supervisor, Politician, Guru, Shills and Want To Be. How they came to power in this day and age is not relevant but rather what to do about them is what my concern would be. They are the uncontested bullies and sadists of our age. In my day they were the little liars and cowards we told to shape up or threatened with a nose bleeding or the missing of a few teeth. It was a very effective control strategy. * *As adults a more civil approach is required. I recommend two or more stand... more »

Nuclear "Security and Safety" is a Lie

Majia's Blog at Majia's Blog - 10 hours ago
Linda Sieg, Megumi Lim, Nick Macfie. (September 7, 2016). Abe's Fukushima 'under control' pledge to secure Olympics was a lie: former PM. *Reuters*, http://www.reuters.com/article/us-japan-nuclear-idUSKCN11D0UF [Excerpted] Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's promise that the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant was "under control" in his successful pitch three years ago for Tokyo to host the 2020 Olympic Games "was a lie", former premier Junichiro Koizumi said on Wednesday.

"Our Impoverished, Pathological Society"

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 10 hours ago
*"Our Impoverished, Pathological Society"* by Charles Hugh Smith "We must picture hell as a state where everyone is perpetually concerned about his own dignity and advancement, where everyone has a grievance, and where everyone lives with the deadly serious passions of envy, self-importance, and resentment." - C.S. Lewis "Our inner impoverishment has blinded us to our social impoverishment. If asked what's intrinsic to human happiness, most people in consumer societies will offer up answers such as money, status, a nice house, etc. But as Sebastian Junger observes in his book "Tri... more »

Federal Judge Violates Federal Law Protecting Native American Burial Places

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 10 hours ago
Federal Judge James Boasberg gives go ahead for bulldozing of chiefs' graves By Brenda Norrell Censored News This is a sad day for humanity. Federal judges usually cut their deals and do their scheming in the back rooms. However, U.S. District Judge James Boasberg in Washington has violated all federal laws protecting burial places of Native Americans. Judge Boasberg ruled pipeline bulldozers

Russian Jets Intercept US Spy Planes Approaching Russia’s Border

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 10 hours ago
Russian fighter jets were scrambled as US spy planes tried to approach Russia’s border over the Black Sea twice on Wednesday. According to an official statement from Russia’s Defense Ministry, the Russian planes performed in strict adherence to international flight safety They said that Russia had to scramble Crimea-based Su-27 fighter jets on Wednesday to intercept US spy planes making attempts to approach Russian airspace over the Black Sea while flying with their transponders switched off. US officials said that there were multiple interactions between two aircraft and called the...more »

Greg Hunter, “’Bubbles are Everywhere in Franken Markets’- Chris Martenson”

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 11 hours ago
*“’Bubbles are Everywhere in Franken Markets’- Chris Martenson”* By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com “Resource analyst and futurist Chris Martenson says “bubbles are everywhere,” and it’s the fault of central banks. Martenson explains, “Italian 10-year debt is trading with a lower yield than 10-year U.S. debt. That’s because the European Central Bank (ECB) has created a massive bubble in the bond market. We’ve got housing bubbles all over the globe in Australia, Canada, the United States, Hong Kong, London and you name it. This is simple because, and there is no mystery about it, the c... more »

Bill Bonner, “Goodbye to the Ranch”

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 11 hours ago
*“Goodbye to the Ranch”* by Bill Bonner "Today we’ll give you our final report on our visit to the ranch. *Grace and charm:* It was 14°F (-10°C) yesterday morning. The water pipes had burst. A light snow fell. We said goodbye to Marta, our cook, Gustavo, the ranch foreman, Gabriella, his wife, and the ranch hands, Pablo, Natalio, José, and Samuel. Then we drove through the main gate and out across the dry riverbed. After a few minutes, we noticed an attractive young woman, stoutly bundled up against the cold, walking along with two unsaddled horses behind her. We stopped to say hel... more »

Top U.S. Intelligence Chief Blames Russia For DNC Hack

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
*Wall Street Journal*: *U.S. Intelligence Chief Suggests Russia Behind Hacks of Democratic Party Groups* *Speaking at a conference, James Clapper says Russians ‘hack our systems all the time’* WASHINGTON— James Clapper, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, suggested Wednesday that recent computer attacks carried out against the Democratic Party were perpetrated by Russians. But he left his message somewhat ambiguous, perhaps intentionally, as the U.S. and Russia continue to spar on a range of issues. And he predicted that cyberattacks will be a pressing challenge for the n... more »

U.S. Defense Secretary: 'Russia Is Destabilising The World'

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
U.S. President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Ash Carter sit down to a meeting of the National Security Council at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, U.S. August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst *Wall Street Journal:* *Ash Carter Warns Russia Against Interfering in ‘Democratic Process’* *Defense secretary’s comments seen as oblique warning on Russian-sponsored hacking of U.S. political institutions* OXFORD, England—Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said the U.S. and its partners wouldn’t ignore Russia’s “efforts to interfere with our democratic processes,” issuing an oblique wa... more »

Will The Defeat Of The Islamic State Result In More Wars?

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
*Liz Sly, Washington Post*: *10 new wars that could be unleashed as a result of the one against ISIS* The borders of the Islamic State's "caliphate" are shrinking fast. The group’s strongholds in Iraq and Syria are collapsing one by one. The U.S.-led war has reached a point where questions are being raised about what comes next. So far, the answer seems likely to be: more war. That’s partly because the U.S. strategy for defeating the Islamic State relies on a variety of regional allies and local armed groups who are often bitterly at odds. Though all of them regard the Islamic Sta... more »

Turkey Wants To Join The U.S. In Liberating The Syrian City Of Raqqa From The Islamic State

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan (L) listens to remarks by U.S. President Barack Obama (R) to reporters after their bilateral meeting alongside the G20 Summit, in Hangzhou, China, Sept. 4, 2016. *VOA:* *Turkey Ready to Join US in Liberating Raqqa* Turkey would be ready to join any future operation proposed by the United States to liberate the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State, according to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Turkish media report Erdogan told journalists Wednesday traveling home with him from the G-20 meeting the issue was brought up by U.S. President Bar... more »

UNICEF Reports That 50 Million Children Are Refugees Worldwide

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
*DW*: *UNICEF reports 28 million children homeless globally due to conflict* About 28 million children are homeless globally due to violent conflict. Almost the same number have had to abandon their homes in search of a better life, according to a new UNICEF report. Children make up about a third of the world's population, but account for almost half of all refugees UNICEF said in its report issued on Tuesday. The number of child refugees has doubled in the last decade, the report "Uprooted: The growing crisis for refugee and migrant children" states. "What's important is that the... more »

World News Briefs -- September 7, 2016

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
*(Click on Image to Enlarge)* *BBC:* *Islamic State: Turkey and US 'ready to invade capital'* Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has suggested he and the US are ready to drive so-called Islamic State (IS) from its Syrian stronghold of Raqqa. Mr Erdogan said US counterpart Barack Obama floated the idea of joint action against the militants when they met at the G20 meeting in China. He said Turkey would have "no problem" with such action. Last month Turkey launched an operation inside Syria, targeting both IS and Kurdish rebels. *Read more *.... *MIDDLE EAST* UN: Fighting di... more »

Military And Intelligence News Briefs -- September 7, 2016

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
*The Hill*:* Republicans back Clinton, but will she put them in Pentagon?* Hillary Clinton is winning endorsements from Republicans who served in the Pentagon or worked on national security teams for GOP presidents. But don’t expect Clinton to pay back those endorsements by nominating Republicans to serve at the Pentagon. Former national security aides, defense policy aides and political strategists interviewed for this story say they don’t expect Clinton to nominate a large number of Republicans to her national security team. They say those Republicans backing Clinton are more int... more »

Did French Police Just Foiled A Terror Bomb Plot Targeting Paris's Notre Dame Cathedral?

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
An armed French soldier patrols in front of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, December 24, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer/File Photo *Daily Mail:* *Car packed with explosive gas cylinders is found outside Paris's Notre Dame cathedral as police arrest 'radicalised' vehicle owner * * Seven gas cylinders found in car close to Notre Dame cathedral in Paris * The vehicle was found with its hazard lights on last Saturday night * Car's owner, now in custody, is on watchlist of suspected religious radicals The 'radicalised' owner of a car found packed with gas cylinders close to Notre ... more »

China Knows That The U.S. Is Bogged Down In The Middle East

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
President Obama and China's President Xi Jinping hold a joint news conference in the Rose Garden of the White House on Sept. 25. (Gary Cameron/Reuters) *Matt Purple, Business Insider:* *The US is bogged down in the Middle East — and China knows it* Many years ago, the Obama administration had a good foreign policy idea. Remove your jaw from the floorboards and stay with me on this one. Barack Obama was elected during a period of tense ceasefire in the Middle East. The violence in Iraq had dwindled, and new sanctions on Iran quickly rendered Tehran economically impotent. After year... more »

The U.S. Air Force's New Nuclear-Armed Missile Will Cost $85 Billion

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
A static display of intercontinental ballistic missiles at the F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., front gate the evening of April 4, 2012. From left are the Peacekeeper, the Minuteman III and the Minuteman I. The planet Venus is visible in the sky above the Minuteman missiles and Jupiter is visible to the left of the Minuteman I. (U.S. Air Force photo by R.J. Oriez) *Bloomberg:* *America's New Nuclear-Armed Missile Could Cost $85 Billion* * Pentagon estimate rises from preliminary Air Force projection * Acquisition chief warns of ‘significant uncertainty’ on cost The U.S. Air Force’s... more »

Expect More Water Wars In The Future

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
*(Click on Image to Enlarge)* *Benedict Brook, News.com.au:** This precious resource leads to most wars and armed conflicts and things are only getting worse* WE ALL think we know why wars are fought. Whether it’s the devastation in Syria, armed skirmishes in Africa or Russia’s expansionist leanings, armed conflicts are usually seen as falling into one of very few categories; capturing territory, a political ideology attempting to dominate another or, simply, for a country to get its hands on oilfields. But, according to one theory, whatever the stated reason for most wars, they ... more »

Former Japanese PM Accuses Abe Of Lying About Fukushima Safety

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 11 hours ago
Junichiro Koizumi, the former prime minister of Japan, has called the country’s current leader, Shinzo Abe, a liar for telling the international community that the situation at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was under control. “It’s a lie,” Koizumi, 74, told reporters in Tokyo on Wednesday. “They keep saying it’s going to be under control, but still it’s not effective. I really want to know how you can tell a lie like that.” The Guardian reports: Abe told members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Buenos Aires in September 2013 that the situation at ... more »

Another Snow Job...Attack on Canada's Universal Medicare taking place in BC Court

greencrow at Greencrow As The Crow Flies - 11 hours ago
*Creeping US-Style Medicare Attempts* *Canadian Invasion through BC Courts* In February of 2003 I visited New York City. As luck would have it, our first time visit to this US megalopolis coincided with a "Storm of the Century". How well I remember the visit. We stayed in a hotel across from Central Park. The first day was clear but brutally cold. We went sight seeing on a double decker bus and sat on the second tier....the wind chill must have been -20. We saw the 9/11 "ground zero" ... got out and walked around. It was just a normal construction site at that time. That ni... more »


jonjayray at EDUCATION WATCH INTERNATIONAL - 11 hours ago
*America’s Costly College Bureaucracy Bubble* Are American universities approaching “Peak Administrative Bloat”? Some might think so. Consider the following job titles and salary estimates: “Principal Assistant Chancellor of the Office of Strategic Dining Technology, $180,317”; “Associate Executive for the Task Force on Donor Climate, $368,186”; “Assistant Provost for Athletic Maintenance to the Subcommittee for Neighborhood Outreach, $415,314.” Fortunately, those are just make-believe cases taken from the University Title Generator, but you get the point. The joke sounds plausib... more »

Electoral Reform Road Trip

Alison at Creekside - 12 hours ago
Last week IPSOS passed on their rather depressing survey news to the ERRE committee that only 3% of Canadians were following electoral reform at all closely and those 3% were mostly wealthy educated older dudes. Pretty sure that's going to change in the next few weeks. Here in BC, there's over 30 electoral events - the ones from today on are listed below. If you can't make any of these, you can host your own discussion group and make your own submission to the Electoral Reform Committee. FairVoteCanada supports any version of proportional representation and will provide you with ma... more »

Japan Plans To Lure Tourists To Fukushima Using Pokemon Go

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 12 hours ago
Japan plans to use Pokemon Go to boost tourism in its disaster-struck regions. Government officials have partnered with Niantic, the makers of Pokemon Go, in an effort to try and attract tourists back into regions affected by the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns in 2011 There are four prefectures proposing to use the game to entice tourists, including the radiation affected Fukushima Officials from areas affected by natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis are said to be discussing different ways of using the game to attract visitors. Niantic, meanwhile, has agreed to place mor... more »

Your Captured Government at Work: Conn. Gov. Malloy Met With Cigna and Anthem CEOs During Merger Review

Gaius Publius at DownWithTyranny! - 12 hours ago
*by Gaius Publius* Cigna and Anthem are health insurance giants that want to merge. Cigna is Connecticut-based (the "C" in Cigna stands for "Connecticut") and pulls in over $1.6 billion in revenue. Its 2012 total assets topped $50 billion. Anthem, Inc. used to be known as Wellpoint, and if you click the link, you'll see that it too is a player. Anthem pulls in over $2 billion annually and its 2012 assets also topped $50 billion. Both companies truly are giants in the health insurance industry. Connecticut is an insurance state, so as you can imagine, the industry controls most pol... more »

Script-driven reporting looks like this!

bob somerby at the daily howler - 13 hours ago
*WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016It could send Trump to the White House:* What does terrible journalism look like? Terrible *political* journalism? Terrible political journalism built from a ubiquitous, low-IQ mainstream script about the Clintons' presumed corruption? You might want to start your search with this tweet by Paul Krugman. It will take you tothis post by Kevin Drum. Drum's post concerns a front-page report from Monday's Washington Post. The report was written by Rosalind Helderman, who strikes us as almost perverse in her need to find corruption wherever she looks. (He... more »

Despite apology, bagpipes study not slated for retraction

Dalmeet Singh Chawla at Retraction Watch - 13 hours ago
It’s not often that a paper elicits an apology — but that’s just what happened when family members first learned a bagpipe musician died from inhaling mold and fungi from a case study reported in a journal. The hospital has since apologized; the journal, however, told us it is not planning to issue a retraction. The […] The post Despite apology, bagpipes study not slated for retraction appeared first on Retraction Watch.

The DOH Also Rises

Karen Garcia at Sardonicky - 13 hours ago
From the Sardonicky Online Dictionary: DOH. 1. (noun) acronym for *Defense Of Hillary*, a loose coalition of liberal pundits joining forces to squelch any and all legitimate criticism of the embattled Democratic Party nominee. a) Variation: Dohdohs. Centrist and liberal pundits on steroids who are *doubling down* on their efforts to smear any and all critics of Hillary Clinton as pathological haters, misogynists, secret Trump supporters, and unwitting tools of Vladimir Putin. If you are paying more attention to the content of leaked emails proving Democratic complicity to destroy B... more »

Fluoridated Water Now Linked to Diabetes & Lowered IQ – Still Drinking It?

WakingTimes at Waking Times - 13 hours ago
*Dr. Mercola* - It is time to stop the archaic practice of water fluoridation. The post Fluoridated Water Now Linked to Diabetes & Lowered IQ – Still Drinking It? appeared first on Waking Times.

Anarchy vs. Statism: Uncontrolled Order Over Controlled Chaos

WakingTimes at Waking Times - 13 hours ago
*Gary ‘Z’ McGee* - The sickness is statism. The cure is anarchy. The post Anarchy vs. Statism: Uncontrolled Order Over Controlled Chaos appeared first on Waking Times.

Snowden Leaks Expose Mystery Behind NSA Base In UK

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 14 hours ago
Newly leaked documents by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden reveal that America’s National Security Agency (NSA) used a British military base to carry out “capture-kill operations” across the Middle East. The revelations that the US spying agency has been using a UK base at Menwith Hill in Yorkshire to conduct missions were published by The Intercept The documents show that secretive NSA kill-capture operations in the Middle East have been developed and initiated from inside the base’s heavily guarded perimeter wire. RT reports: The programs, which carry names like GHOSTWOLF and GHO... more »

Day of No Labor  (Hillaryville: Protesting Podestas' Kingdom of the Unjust?)  Professional Conspiracy Theorists  (Trump's Friends)  9/11 Evidence Officially Destroyed

Oh, Day of Labor. Oh. "The ShadowStats Alternate Unemployment Rate for August 2016 is 23.0%" "Record 94,708,000 Americans Not in Labor Force; Participation Rate Drops in May" We're celebrating what, exactly? Oh, Labor Day... Dean Baker chimes in: . . . the employment rate for prime-age workers (ages 25-54) is still down by 2.5 percentage points from its pre-Recession peak, and almost

WHERE THE TEST SCORES ARE: We've heard this phone call a thousand times!

bob somerby at the daily howler - 14 hours ago
*WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016* *Part 1 in this series* *Part 2—All hail glorious Finland:* Last Saturday morning, we journeyed to the Washington suburbs to attend a bat mitzvah. The father of the daughter in question happens to work for C-Span. By happenstance, we listened to a back-to-school segment on C-Span radio as we trundled along. Eventually, C-Span's capable Ylan Mui threw the phones open for general comment. After roughly fifteen minutes, a caller gave the standard speech about Finland's wonderful schools. The caller made some general remarks, then turned to the schools i...more »

FBI Acting Like ‘Arm Of Clinton Campaign’- House Speaker Paul Ryan

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 15 hours ago
House Speaker Paul Ryan has accused the FBI of burying its Hillary Clinton report by releasing it over the long Labor Day weekend. The Republican leader said it made the Feds look like “political operators” rather than law enforcement officers It makes the FBI look like political operators instead of law enforcement officers. https://t.co/hMUNkMYmDK — Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) September 7, 2016 RT reports: The House Speaker questioned the FBI’s decision to release the 47-page report, initially meant for Congress, right on the eve of the three-day Labor Day weekend, saying that this f... more »


Jenna Orkin at From the Wilderness' Peak Oil Blog - 15 hours ago
*From* *Jenna Orkin* ITT Tech is shutting down all campuses and laying off more than 8,000 employees A plan that's widely used by companies to keep healthcare costs down is a sham Another Greek Standoff: Europe Refuses Athens' Bailout Payment Until Reforms Are Implemented British Airways suffered a computer outage causing massive delays worldwide Several companies that claim to support climate-change initiatives are actually funding climate skeptics US-Trained Special Ops Fighter Is The Islamic State's New Top Commander In Iraq Obama Delivers On Vow To "Bankrupt" Coal Industry - Ch... more »

Many Aspects Of The Iran Nuclear Deal Are Still Unknown

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 15 hours ago
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shakes hands with Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif (R) as they arrive to resume nuclear negotiations in Montreux March 2, 2015. Reuters/Evan Vucci/Pool *Emily B. Landau, National Interest:* *There's Still a Lot We Don't Know About the Iran Deal* *The deal has been marked by lack of transparency from the beginning.* The latest report issued by the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) reveals confidential exemptions that Iran was granted by the Joint Commission in order to meet its requirements for implementing the Ir... more »

The USS Zumwalt Prepares For Training And Weapons Testing

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 15 hours ago
*Bangor Daily News*: *Largest US destroyer to leave Maine, head for weapons testing* BATH, Maine — The future USS Zumwalt and a crew of about 150 sailors will navigate the Kennebec River for the last time Wednesday afternoon as the first-in-class DDG 1000 leaves Bath Iron Works headed for training operations, commissioning in Baltimore and, eventually, a new homeport of San Diego. At a cost of more than $4 billion, the “stealth” destroyer is the largest ever built by the Navy, at more than 610 feet long and 81 feet across. It boasts a flight deck nearly twice the size of the Navy... more »

Water Protectors Halt Construction as Judge Rules

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 15 hours ago
. Media Contact: Cody Hall Red Warrior Camp RedWarriorCamp@gmail.com Social Media: Facebook.com/RedWarriorCamp , @ZuyaLutaOceti on Twitter Cannon Ball River, 1851 Ft Laramie Treaty Territory…Today, in a unified effort, the water protectors of the resistance camps near the confluence of the Cannon Ball and Missouri Rivers have stopped Dakota Access Pipeline construction.

Scientists investigated for misconduct lose appeal in suit against Harvard. Lawyers explain what it means.

Ivan Oransky at Retraction Watch - 15 hours ago
Retraction Watch readers may recall the case of Piero Anversa and Annarosa Leri, both formerly of Harvard and the Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston. The pair — which has had their work subjected to a retraction, expression of concern, and correction — sued their former employers in 2014 for costing them job offers after […] The post Scientists investigated for misconduct lose appeal in suit against Harvard. Lawyers explain what it means. appeared first on Retraction Watch.

Allan Dershowitz: "Kurdish State Would Be a Blessing"

Penny at Penny for your thoughts - 15 hours ago
A blessing claims Alan Dershowtiz- Uber zionist. Supporter and flyer on Epstein's pedophile airlines.. *What a liar. 49 seconds of lies.* The Professor added that Kurds care for all groups including Sunni and Shia Muslims, Christians, and Jews. “A Kurdish state would be a great blessing to the entire region of the Middle East because the Kurdish people historically have always been supportive of all groups,” he said. “[Kurds are] the most important universal group that can help eliminate some of the tensions that currently exist in the Middle East,” Dershowitz continued. Moreover... more »

Thousands Protest Against Netanyahu’s Visit To The Hague

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 15 hours ago
Thousands of people took part in a demonstration at the Hague on Tuesday to protest an official visit by the Israeli Prime Minister to the Netherlands. Demonstrators said Benjamin Netanyahu should be brought to justice for his crimes. Protesters carried signs that read “Bring Bibi Netanyahu to International Criminal Court” as the Israeli leader arrived in the Netherlands to meet with senior Dutch officials. The protesters initially hoped to demonstrate outside the parliament, but were denied access by authorities. Press TV reports: Chants such as “Free free Palestine, boycott boyc... more »

Opportunity For Clinton Victory In Texas? Don't Buy The Hype

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 16 hours ago
Although educated women in the Texas Republican heartland-- the suburban belts around Houston, San Antonio, Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth-- have turned against Señor Trumpanzee, the *Washington Post*/Survey Monkey poll released yesterday that shows Hillary leading in the Lone Star State shouldn't be taken to mean she's actually going to win Texas' 38 electoral college votes; she's not. "The massive survey," wrote *The Post*, "highlights a critical weakness in Trump’s candidacy-- an unprecedented deficit for a Republican among college-educated white voters, especially women. White c... more »

The Shamanism of Bono Vox - U2 and the Occult

Spike EP at News Spike - 17 hours ago
*"Charles Manson stole this song from The Beatles - we're stealing it back..."* *"...To a greater extent than on their previous album, The Joshua Tree, the band explores American roots music and incorporates elements of blues rock, folk rock, and gospel music in their sound. The motion picture was filmed primarily in the United States in late 1987 during The Joshua Tree Tour and it features their experiences with American music. * *Although Rattle and Hum was intended to represent the band paying tribute to rock legends, some critics accused U2 of trying to place themselves amongs... more »

Janes: Intensifying PKK Attacks In Turkey No Reason for US to Cease Support for "Syrian" Kurdish Militias

Penny at Penny for your thoughts - 17 hours ago
Janes: Intensifying PKK attacks in Turkey unlikely to provide pretext for US ceasing sponsorship of Syrian Kurdish militias Of course the US won't cease supporting the *"Syrian"* (not all Syrians) Kurdish militias, even when other members of the same group are terrorizing a long time ally... And these attacks aren't retaliatory either.. it's just more of the same ongoing destabilization of Turkey. From the time the PKK ended the ceasefire with Turkey- Jane's obfuscates that fact with not so clever *spelling.* "A succession of attacks by the Partiya Karkerên Kurdistan (PKK) between 2... more »

Disney World To Scan Fingers Of Three Year Olds

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 17 hours ago
Children as young as three will now be required to have their fingers scanned at the entrance to Disney World theme parks. The anti-fraud measure was introduced in order to block the use of stolen and shared tickets, but has been slammed as a violation of privacy on social media. Older children and adult visitors have already been having their fingers scanned for years. RT reports: “Walt Disney World has begun requiring children from 3 to 9 years old to have their fingers scanned when they enter the theme parks, just like older kids and adults,” the Orlando Sentinel, the first to re... more »

Easy Angry Bird Pinata!

Debra Hawkins at Housewife Eclectic - 17 hours ago
A few weeks back, I threw my kids a huge Angry Birds party. We did everything from play real Angry Birds to a Pinata. The kids had an amazing time, Angry Birds really lends itself to some fun activities and decorations! You can find the full party here, but today I am going to walk you through this easy pinata. Seriously, I am not sure a pinata can get easier than this one. I came together in about an hour and that INCLUDES drying time. I made it one night while my husband and I were watching a movie and I was done before the movie was over. You will need: - A paper lanter... more »

Italy Bans Monsanto’s Roundup From Public Places

Carol Adl at Your News Wire - 17 hours ago
Italy’s Ministry of Health has placed heavy restrictions on the use of Monsanto’s ‘probably carcinogenic’ herbicide, Roundup. Spraying of the active ingredient glyphosate has been banned in areas frequented by the public or by “vulnerable groups” This includes gardens, courtyards, roadways, sports fields, recreational areas, playgrounds, green areas outside school buildings and other green spaces. Christina Sarich via Natural Blaze reports: Additionally, pre-harvest desiccation, the process of spraying crops with glyphosate before harvesting, has also been banned, as has the non-agr... more »

Trey Gowdy vs Hillary Clinton - part 2

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 18 hours ago
https://youtu.be/WLtxm3v6KwY Do you think that Hillary Clinton is laughing at us?

Trey Gowdy vs Hillary Clinton

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 18 hours ago

Trey Gowdy on Benghazi

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 18 hours ago
https://youtu.be/i8BZASAoyho Never saw this on the BBC, I wonder why...

Trey Gowdy with some questions for the US media

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 18 hours ago
https://youtu.be/ymxM9xSsdoo The BBC would do well to ask themselves the same questions but they won't. By the way remember the name Trey Gowdy he could well be the next Republican Party candidate for US President.

Ojibwe, Lakota, Dineh, Part II Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio Sept. 5, 2016

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 19 hours ago
Listen to the morning show of Standing Rock Resistance Radio. This is Monday, Sept. 5, 2016, Part II, broadcast live by Govinda in Standing Rock Camp and recorded by Censored News. (Sorry first 30 seconds blank)

Euro-koruna cap may collapse already in 2016

Luboš Motl at The Reference Frame - 19 hours ago
The previous text on this topic of the Czech currency cap was posted on July 26th. So far, I am largely unprepared for the change (also owning several stock funds denominated in other currencies, without any insurance of the Forex risks) but wealthy and money-savvy TRF readers may do better. As Reuters reported yesterday, the shorting of the EUR-CZK currency pair may be the currency trade of 2017, according to ING (and surely others). Except that once all the people become familiar with the opportunity, events may speed up and the change may already materialize in 2016. For an olde... more »

ITP Final Conflict revisited: FC 1923, 24th April 2002

Knowledge Is Power at Knowledge Is Power - 19 hours ago
ST GEORGE'S DAY REFLECTIONS The 23rd of April this year has been one of the best St. George's Days ever for the ordinary people of England. Although we were denied a National Holiday (all the other nations in the UK get one for their Saint's Days), many people took the day off to celebrate anyway. I was fortunate enough to be with a group of people doing just that. Our little group took the opportunity to explore a little of our Nation. We started in Sheffield and to our dismay the City Council were doing nothing to mark the day - or else it was so low-key we couldn't find anything.... more »

Faversham Sets Another Highest Temperature

Paul Homewood at NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT - 20 hours ago
By Paul Homewood http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/climate-extremes/#?tab=climateExtremes According to the Met Office, the highest temperature on record in the UK was set in Faversham in 2003. It is with interest that I also noticed that Faversham also set the highest temperature last month: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate/uk/summaries When the same place keeps setting records, suspicions arise whether […]

August 6: and a little more history.....

Graeme Decarie at The Decarie Report - 20 hours ago
The United States of 1776 was the offspring of an imperial power. In fact, the American revolution had less to do with freedom than it did with becoming an imperial power just like daddy. Get real. Read the American constitution. Then look at the United States as it was in 1776 and later. All people were created equal? Get serious. The biggest business in the U.S. growing cotton. And that needed slaves. And slaves were not equal. Nor for that matter were women. Nor were those men who didn't own property. As for motive to get rid of British power, in 1776 wealth came from land. The t... more »

“Mainstream Media Turns Against Hillary”

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 20 hours ago
*“Mainstream Media Turns Against Hillary”* by PatriotRising “Hillary Clinton is starting to lose support from the mainstream media as her numerous scandals and health issues grow too big to conceal. Several mainstream articles published on Tuesday followed the same trend: Hillary is losing ground against Trump and may very well lose the election, which is an unusual admission from pro-Hillary media. “No one- not the bullpen of the New York Mets, not the French army, not Wile E. Coyote, not even Al Gore- is better at squandering a commanding lead than the Queen of Coasting, Hillary ... more »

Wed Short Shorts

Michael Turton at The View from Taiwan - 21 hours ago
[image: DSC03245] *Chen Chu, the current mayor of Kaohsiung, a political prisoner, described in Marc Cohen's 1992 book The Unknown Taiwan (online), still serving her sentence for the Dec 10, 1979 Kaohsiung Human Rights Day protest.* That poll that named Taiwan the number 1 expat place to live, pimped here in Taiwan Today, was totally destroyed by Taiwan Explorer, who points out that the survey of "expats in Taiwan" actually only surveyed a tiny group of privileged white expats in Taipei, and is as unrepresentative as can be imagined. The usual uncritical media coverage then followed.... more »

Julian Assange Hints That Wikileaks Will Be Releasing More Hillary Clinton Emails In The Coming Weeks

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 21 hours ago
*WNU Editor*: My prediction .... Wikileaks will start releasing these emails (if they have them) before the first U.S. Presidential debate.

The White House Approved The Transfer of $1.7 Billion IN CASH To Iran

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 21 hours ago
The Obama administration has admitted paying Iran $1.7billion entirely in cash to settle a decades-old debt over an aborted arms deal (pictured, part of that payment) *WSJ:** U.S. Transferred $1.3 Billion More in Cash to Iran After Initial Payment* First $400 million coincided with Iran’s release of American prisoners and was used as leverage, officials have acknowledged The Obama administration followed up a planeload of $400 million in cash sent to Iran in January with two more such shipments in the next 19 days, totaling another $1.3 billion, according to congressional official... more »

Why Are The Names Of 20,000 Serving British Soldiers Being Posted By The Ministry Of Defense?

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 21 hours ago
Wikipedia *Daily Mail:* *Defence chiefs are accused of giving ISIS a 'hit list' as the names of 20,000 serving British soldiers are published online in a 'serious' security blunder* * The Army List of serving officers is published regularly by the government * Lists available on the website today contain thousands of names and ranks * Soldiers are advised not to wear their uniforms off base and to be cautious about what they post on social media The Ministry of Defence has been accused of a 'serious' security blunder after it emerged the names of thousands of serving military pers... more »

The One People: Magnetic Pole Shift, Vatican "Ownership" and watching Hillary twitch out

D ... Breaking The Silence at Removing The Shackles - 22 hours ago
Yet another week in Wonderland with lots more rabbit holes to run through! Tonight's show ran the gamut from one hole to the next: - * Dead Reindeer in Norway and Cows in Texas due to "lightening strikes - * The magnetic pole shift - * Changes in our sky- Stars no longer where they are suppose to be, moon and sun in the wrong places, Clouds are much lower - * NASA's excuses for the weirdness around us - * Magnetic fields of the Sun - * Nibiru stories - * People loosing their shit- ie: Hillary is breaking down - * Effects of frequency - * The original "... more »

Undirected Evolution: The False Religious Dogma Strangling True Science

Harry Dale Huffman at The Earth and Man: Setting the Stage - 22 hours ago
The wuwt site has a post on news of research suggesting that "a Mercury-sized planet" collided with Earth relatively soon after the Earth was first formed, and this supposedly accounts for the amount of carbon in and on the Earth. My response: *Both this post and most of the comments following it (the uncritical ones) are all incompetent, dogmatic speculation (i.e., speculation within the limits of current scientific dogma), not science.* *The current scientific dogma, of course, is the assumption that the Earth, just like the life on it, developed through undirected evolution, throu... more »

Chen-Ning Yang against Chinese colliders

Luboš Motl at The Reference Frame - 22 hours ago
The plans to build the world's new greatest collider in China have many prominent supporters – including Shing-Tung Yau, Nima Arkani-Hamed, David Gross, Edward Witten – but SixthTone and South China Morning Post just informed us about a very prominent foe: Chen-Ning Yang, the more famous part of Lee-Yang and Yang-Mills. He is about 94 years old now but his brain is very active and his influence may even be enough to kill the project(s). The criticism is mainly framed as a criticism of CEPC (Circular Electron-Positron Collider), a 50-70-kilometer-long [by circumference] lepton ac... more »

Insider: Hillary Is Trying to Fix the Election

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 22 hours ago
*Video Title: Insider: Hillary Is Trying to Fix the Election. Source: The Alex Jones Channel. Date Published: September 6, 2016. Description: * Dr. Steve Pieczenik outlines how Hillary Clinton is trying to steal the election and subvert the will of the American people.

Murray Bookchin On The Roots of Libertarianism + Gary Johnson is a Complete Idiot

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 22 hours ago
*Mr. Johnson: Exit stage left. * *An excerpt from, "Murray Bookchin and the Kurdish resistance" By Joris Leverink, ROAR Magazine, August 9, 2015: * In 1999, Abdullah Öcalan — founder and leader of the PKK — became the subject of a diplomatic row between Turkey and Syria, from where he had been directing the PKK’s operations after having been forced to flee Turkey two decades earlier. Syria refused to house and protect the rebel leader any longer, leaving Öcalan with little choice but to leave the country in search of another refuge. Not long after, he was arrested in Kenya and ext... more »

Trump Sues Great Patriot Webster Tarpley

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 22 hours ago
*Melania Trump prostitution allegation: Webster Tarpley vs Ann Coulter. Source: Incorrigible Forever. Date Published: September 4, 2016. * *Video Title: Trump Suing Webster Tarpley. Source: hejjagheterpal. Date Published: September 3, 2016. Description: * World Crisis Radio with Webster Tarpley, September 3 2016 edition http://tarpley.net/

Corporate Power, The GMO Issue And The Debasement Of 'Sound Science'

Colin Todhunter at EAST BY NORTHWEST - 22 hours ago
Cover page of Steven Druker's book Huffington Post Don't take free content on the web for granted. If you value what I do, please read *this* On Twitter last year, Monsanto VP Robb Fraley asked why people doubted science. He linked to an article in National Geographic that implied people who are suspicious of, among other things, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are confused, adhere to conspiracy theories or are misinformed as a result of access to the "university of Google." It is worth mentioning that science is not the giver of absolute truth. Science historian Thomas Kuhn w... more »

Tweet For Today

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
After a six-month mission in space, a record-setting American and two Russians safely return to Earth. https://t.co/ofb4aDeiMI — The Associated Press (@AP) September 7, 2016

The World's Top Military Bands Take Over Red Square

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
*RT:* *World top military bands take over Red Square for colorful festival (360 VIDEO)* It’s been loud and bright right by the Kremlin walls, but Moscow’s military band festival is now over, leaving thousands of fans sad and desperate for next year’s round. RT’s 360 VR footage gives you a hint as to why this event is not to be missed. For the whole week, Moscow’s main square was transformed into a historic stage for some of the world’s best military and classical music, which was performed live for an audience of thousands near the iconic Spasskaya Tower. Where better to listen t... more »

Picture Of The Day

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
*Northern Lightning Formation* An F-35A and an F/A-18 fly in formation over Volk Field, Wis., during Exercise Northern Lightning, Aug. 23, 2016. Northern Lightning is a tactical-level, joint training exercise emphasizing fourth- and fifth-generation assets. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer

Russian President Putin Hints That He May Not Run In The Next Russian Presidential Election

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin, shown here at the commemoration of a Russian chapel in Vrsic, Slovenia. REUTERS/SRDJAN ZIVULOVIC *IBTimes*: *Putin Won't Run For A Fourth Term? Russian President Hints That Russia Could See New Leader After 2018 * Russian President Vladimir Putin hinted this week that he won't run for a fourth term in 2018, but it's unclear if he would actually give up control to a new leader or continue to rule Russia from another role as he has done in the past. Putin's remarks Tuesday came during a trade meeting involving the possible Kazan World Championship, a... more »

Vladimir Putin Escapes New World Order Assassination Attempt

Baxter Dmitry at Your News Wire - 1 day ago
Brave Vladimir Putin was the subject of a failed assassination attempt in Moscow as the New World Order attempted to silence their most formidable enemy. Putin’s favorite driver was killed instantly after a Mercedes crossed from the other side of the road without warning and struck the Russian President’s official car head-on. The deadly collision occurred just before President Putin was due to fly to China for the G20 summit where he has had meetings with various world leaders, including Theresa May, US President Barack Obama and Chinese president Xi Jinping. Kremlin sources claim ... more »

Leaked Benghazi Email Proves Hillary Clinton Killed Chris Stevens

Sean Adl-Tabatabai at Your News Wire - 1 day ago
A stunning set of new emails from Hillary’s unsecured server show that Hillary Clinton was directly responsible for the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens. The Benghazi investigation emails, released on Monday, show that Hillary gave the precise location of Chris Stevens a total of five times via her unsecured email server, which terrorists may have then intercepted. Conservativedailypost.com reports: There were five relevant emails in the cache of Clinton emails that placed Ambassador Stevens in harms way: March 23, 2011: In this email, Clinton’s then-chief of staff Jacob Sullivan ... more »

The Need for September - and recent events...

Obi-Wan Kabuki at AMERICAN KABUKI - 1 day ago
Hi, been absent from the blog for a few days. Spent about 5 days with a 102 F (39C) fever. I had no congestion, no stomach issues and my mind stayed quite clear during the ordeal. I think its related to the amount of energies that have been flowing thru me, particularly after the August 25th doing when every star gate there was to this planet was opened and the Galactics and the trio of pure love frequency formless beings sent pure love to humanity. No doubt many of you are feeling the upkick in frequency that flows very rapidly now. Much has shifted, and it clearly rattled ... more »

Rodrigo Duterte, Donald Trump-- Separated At Birth?

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 1 day ago
I've been saying for some time now that to grasp what a Trumpanzee presidency would be like it's important to just go beyond Mussolini, Hitler and even Putin. I've suggested looking at how quickly Turkish autocrat Recep Tayyip Erdoğan moved to consolidate power in the aftermath of a half-assed coup attempt-- seizing control of the media, the judiciary, the army and any other institution that could be the source of dissent. Over 60,000 people have been detained or suspended from military units (including 40% of the country's generals), the judiciary, universities, newspapers and t... more »

Outrage As California Announce Segregation Of Black Students

Sean Adl-Tabatabai at Your News Wire - 1 day ago
Universities across California are implementing a controversial segregation policy, separating black students from everybody else, in an attempt to be “politically correct”. California State University Los Angeles has become the latest institution to offer segregated housing for black students. Surprisingly, the move comes in response to the Black Student Union insisting that the University meet a set of demands to deal with “microaggressions” by fellow professors and students on campus. One such demand was for a “CSLA housing space” for black students. Thecollegefix.com reports: “... more »

Privatizing the Kill List

Karen Garcia at Sardonicky - 1 day ago
Facing a shortage in credentialed military personnel, the Obama administration is outsourcing part of its drone assassination program to unaccountable corporations. What could possibly go wrong? According to the government, nothing much. You see, the private contractors operating the drones aren't actually allowed to pull the trigger on the "militants" (defined by the CIA as all males in "tribal areas" in the primes of their lives) whom they are tasked with suspecting and surveilling and identifying as bad guys. From the *New York Times*: * But there is no limit on the type of re... more »

Musical Interlude: Liquid Mind, “Laguna Indigo”

noreply@blogger.com (Coyote Prime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 1 day ago
Liquid Mind, “Laguna Indigo” - https://www.youtube.com/

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