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November 15, 2019

Nov 15 09:37

The Democrats Have the Country on a Slippery Slope

The fake “whistleblower’s name— Eric Ciamerella—has been known for a long time, but not officially. Now it is official. Senator Rand Paul has officially released his name. Funny, isn’t it, that only the Republicans want Ciamerella to testify. The Democrats won’t hear of it.

If the American people are paying attention, the Democrats are in trouble. When Russiagate fizzled out on them, Adam Schiff (D,CA) orchestrated a fake “whistleblower” who the Democrats cannot risk putting on the stand to testify. The Democrats’ focus shifted to sleazy State Department types who could offer nothing but second or third hand hearsay followed by a hearsay second telephone call that cannot be confirmed.

Nov 15 09:37

12 SCIENCE-backed reasons to say “NO” to the Gardasil vaccine

The truth is that just one of these reasons would be enough to make you run in the opposite direction of this vaccine. We’ve just given you 12, and even that is only part of the list. Regardless of your opinion on vaccination in general, the Gardasil vaccine is one that you should investigate very seriously before your child suffers irreversible harm.

Nov 15 09:37

The Origins of the Thought Police — and Why They Scare Us

By Jon Miltimore

There are a lot of unpleasant things in George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984. Spying screens. Torture and propaganda. Victory Gin and Victory Coffee always sounded particularly dreadful. And there is Winston Smith’s varicose ulcer, apparently a symbol of his humanity (or something), which always seems to be “throbbing.” Gross.

None of this sounds very enjoyable, but it’s not the worst thing in 1984. To me, the most terrifying part was that you couldn’t keep Big Brother out of your head.

Unlike other 20th-century totalitarians, the authoritarians in 1984 aren’t that interested in controlling behavior or speech. They do, of course, but it’s only as a means to an end. Their real goal is to control the gray matter between the ears...

Nov 15 09:36

Israel security minister threatens to assassinate more Palestinian 'enemies'

Israel's temporary security minister Naftali Bennett threatened yet more Palestinian leaders after the killing of an Islamic Jihad commander in the besieged Gaza Strip.

Far-right Naftali Bennet on Wednesday morning sent a threat to Palestinian officials as Israel's military continues to bomb civilians in Gaza.

"This morning we send a clear message to all our enemies on all fronts: whoever plans to target us in the daytime will never be safe for the night to pass," he said.



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Nov 15 09:35

Bring Our Troops Home Takes Fight To End America’s Endless Wars to Capitol Hill

Veterans and state legislators from 26 States Press Congress to Assert Congressional Responsibility for War Powers and Bring US Troops Home

Nov 15 09:35

Another depression medication proves riskier than the disease itself: Researchers recommend an “immense amount of caution” due to side effects

The latest example is esketamine, a drug that is currently being tested to help treat severe depression quickly. A form of ketamine, which is used as an anesthetic, esketamine has been shown to reduce severe depression symptoms like suicidal ideation quickly in some patients – which might even mean the difference between life and death in some cases.

Although a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study found that a nasal spray of esketamine worked well where traditional antidepressants had failed, the authors cautioned that unwanted side effects like psychosis and depersonalization could occur without a proper risk assessment.

Nov 15 09:34

No justifying Israel’s bloodshed in Gaza

A truce was declared by Israel and Islamic Jihad early Thursday, bringing an end to 48 hours of violence across the Gaza-Israel boundary that teetered on the brink of a full-blown war.

Gaza’s health ministry stated that Israeli forces killed 34 Palestinians during the fighting, nearly half of them civilians, including eight children and three women. No Israeli fatalities were reported.

Three members of the Ayyad family, among them a 7-year-old child, were killed as they were on a motorcycle in front of their Gaza City home on Wednesday, 13 November.

They were targeted as they were rushing to a hospital after a relative had been injured in a separate attack.

Nov 15 09:34

Israel’s Genocidal Arms Customers

It’s difficult to understand how the knowledge that Israel armed Rwandan murderers in the 1990s would harm national security. Much more likely, this exposure would damage Israel’s reputation and give ammunition to critics who claim it is a rogue state intent on violating international law and norms of conduct.


Nov 15 09:33

Three days in hell: Gaza takes stock after Israeli offensive

Residents of the Gaza Strip spent three days and nights under bombardment by Israeli forces between Tuesday and Thursday, after the Israeli army assassinated Islamic Jihad commander Bahaa Abu al-Atta on Tuesday, prompting the Palestinian resistance group to launch a barrage of rockets at Israel.

For three days, Islamic Jihad and the Israeli army exchanged fire, with the Israeli army killing at least 34 Palestinians in Gaza, according to the Gaza Ministry of Health.

These days put Gaza residents under intense pressure, stoking fears that they might be reliving the devastation of the month-long 2014 war, whose consequences are still visible across the besieged Palestinian enclave.

The government information office in Gaza reported that 48 housing units were completely or partially damaged by Israeli air strikes over the span of those three days. (MEE/Mohammed al-Hajjar)

Nov 15 09:31

Michael Bloomberg funded occupation infrastructure

Many people troubled by the lack of Palestinian freedom grew up with stories of courage.

Throwing off the might of the British empire took courage.

Overcoming Jim Crow segregationists took courage.

Defeating white supremacists in apartheid South Africa took courage.

Shaking off the Israeli occupation has and will take courage.

But saying the occupation is wrong from the far shores of New York City and Washington, DC should take very little courage.

Nov 15 09:31

Graham blocks resolution recognizing Armenian genocide after Erdo?an meeting

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) blocked a resolution on Wednesday that would have formally recognized the Ottoman Empire's genocide against the Armenian people.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because, you know, only Jews are victims!

Nov 15 09:30

Huawei's first Google-free phone stripped and searched: Repair not too painful... once you're in


Nov 15 09:29

In damning report, watchdog paints troubling picture of relationship between NASA and Boeing

A report released Thursday by NASA’s inspector general paints a damning picture of the space agency’s relationship with Boeing, one of its top contractors, saying NASA “overpaid” Boeing by hundreds of millions of dollars in what the report deemed “unnecessary” payments for a “firm-fixed-price” contract.

NASA agreed to pay the company an additional $287.2 million as part of Boeing’s multibillion-dollar contract to develop a spacecraft capable of flying astronauts to the International Space Station to help it speed up the company’s launch schedule. But the payment could have been easily avoided “through simple changes to the flight manifest,” NASA’s inspector general wrote in the report.

Nov 15 09:28

One-third of Gazans slain by Israel were women & children

A third of the Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in the 3-day offensive on Gaza were women and children. 111 Palestinians, including 46 children and 20 women, were injured. The bombardment damaged dozens of homes, 15 schools, farmland. 8 members of one family were killed in their home. No Israelis were killed

Nov 15 09:27

3 Indiana Judges Suspended After White Castle Brawl That Left 2 Of Them Wounded

Back in May, three Indiana judges got into a fight. It was the crescendo of an incident brimming with colorful details: a gaggle of judges drinking the night before a judicial conference, a failed attempt to visit a strip club called the Red Garter, a brawl in the parking lot of an Indianapolis White Castle.

The altercation apparently started sometime after 3 a.m., when one of the judges, Sabrina Bell, raised a middle finger at two men yelling from a passing SUV, and ended after one of those men shot two of the judges.

In between, the three judges took a number of actions that "discredited the entire Indiana judiciary," according to an opinion posted by the Indiana Supreme Court this week, suspending the judges.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Swell.

Nov 15 09:26

North Korea Says U.S. Sought More Talks, but Calls It a ‘Trick’

The top North Korean envoy to the negotiations with Washington said he was not interested unless the United States was ready to make substantial concessions.

Nov 15 09:21

Gold Price Is Not The Price Of Gold


Nov 15 09:17

Catapulting Hong Kong into democracy? Media glorifies ANARCHY & ‘novel, defensive’ anti-police weapons of protesters

As anti-China protesters transform Hong Kong universities into “weapons factories” and arm themselves with petrol bombs, mainstream media is increasingly impressed by their ingenious and “novel” methods of taking on riot police.

Universities across Hong Kong are shuttering their doors and foreign students fleeing the chaos, as protesters hurl bricks, fire javelins, construct “watchtowers” and start fires on campuses, insisting that they have “no choice” but to resort to the most violent methods.

Yet, mainstream coverage is focusing little on the danger posed to those caught in the crossfire and instead adopting a more admiring tone, which focuses on the students’ ingenuity and the contents of their eclectic armories.


Nov 15 09:15

Global debt on track to exceed $250 TRILLION this year

A new report by the International Institute of Finance (IIF) shows the world’s debt climbed by $7.5 trillion in the first six months of 2019 to a record high of over $250 trillion. It was driven by borrowings in the US and China.

Nov 15 09:12

College Board charging $12 per school to send your test scores ELECTRONICALLY. Then an extra $31 if you want them to receive them within 1-2 business days. They’re electronic (not actual shipping). (Picture)



Lockerdome
Nov 15 09:12

Major defense technology leak? Israeli missile interceptor reportedly falls in Gaza Strip and is intact

Like many other interceptors, the Tamir missile destroys enemy projectiles by approaching them mid-course and detonating its warhead to send out an expanding ring of shrapnel. The tricky part is correctly identifying the right time for the detonation and executing the defensive explosion exactly when needed.

The timing must be perfect, considering the astounding speeds at which both the targeted projectile and the interceptor travel. So, it’s no surprise that the components responsible for it, the active radar seeker and the fuse section, are highly classified (and sought-after by anyone wishing to reverse engineer the Israeli technology). Usually an interceptor that fails to hit its target self-destructs to protect its secrets.

But one Tamir missile seems to have been recovered by someone in the Gaza Strip with this highly-sensitive part still intact, defense news website The Drive reports.

Nov 15 09:10

A blast big enough to move a mountain! Space-based radar reveals the nuclear weapon tested by North Korea in 2017 was 17 TIMES more powerful than Hiroshima

Using the radar on Japan's ALOS-2 satellite, a team of scientists from India were able to determine the size of the yield of the bomb by looking at the impact on the mountain where it was tested.

They found it had shifted the ground of Mount Mantap by a few metres - and the flank of the peak moved by up to half a metre.

The explosion was 1,771ft below the summit, and about 1.6 miles north of the entrance to the tunnel used to access the test chamber, researchers discovered.

Based on the deformation of the ground, the team predict that the explosion created a cavity with a radius of 217ft.

Nov 15 09:10

AOC Proposes Green New Deal Bill, Suggests Impeaching Trump Over Her Climate Agenda


Nov 15 09:07

Don't fall for it! Scam calls claiming to be from the Social Security office have skyrocketed and they are after your personal information

Fraudsters pretending to be agents from the Social Security Administration has skyrocketed this year, a new study has found.

This rising scam topped the long-running fake IRS calls that were the number one complaint among Americans for the past three years.

Experts warn these criminals will use strong-armed tactics during calls, which include threatening to arrest victims, suspending their bank accounts or garnishing benefits if they are not given what they want.

Nov 15 08:56

Oops! Democrat Thought Leader Runs Her Mouth – Admits Impeachment Show Trials Are About Preventing Trump 2020 Victory

Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Democrat thought leader Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez blabbed on Wednesday that the Schiff show trials are all about preventing a Trump victory in 2020.

Nov 15 08:56

Mob Leader Pelosi: Trump Bribed Ukraine …Makes Nixon’s Offense “Look Almost Small”

After yesterday’s disaster Mob leader Nancy Pelosi came out on Thursday and accused President Trump of bribery(?)… Then she added he makes Nixon’s offenses “look almost small.”


Nov 15 08:51

The Total Collapse of YouTube... AND Your Google Account


Nov 15 08:44

Kathie Lee Gifford sings Hallmark's praises: 'There's a huge demographic out there that is not offended by faith'

Former "Today" host Kathie Lee Gifford appeared on Thursday's "Fox & Friends," where she discussed her upcoming movie, which is set for a Hallmark debut, and praised the network for its faith-filled, family-oriented offerings.

Nov 15 08:43

Glenn Beck: ‘His fingers are on everything’ — that’s why Democrats are ‘scared’ of naming the whistleblower

The Democrats are concealing the Ukraine whistleblower's identity because his testimony would expose the State Department-funded and George Soros-led "shadow government" effort in Ukraine, Glenn Beck suggested in a lengthy exposé on BlazeTV Wednesday.

Nov 15 08:34

Lithium Under Fire As EV Sales Slump



Pixfuture
Nov 15 08:28

Mark Epstein says his brother Jeffrey was murdered: He 'knew a lot of stuff about a lot of people'

Within 24 hours of news breaking that disgraced financier and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide in prison, his brother, Mark Epstein, hired two renowned forensic pathologists to observe his brother's autopsy. Having reviewed their reports, Mark Epstein told the Miami Herald that he is convinced his brother was murdered.

Nov 15 08:28

Viral video shows school food workers throwing out hot lunches of students with debts and replacing them with cold lunches. Now they're sorry.

A Minnesota public school ate crow after throwing away indebted students' hot lunches and replacing them with cold meals.

Nov 15 08:12

Pelosi Says President Trump Has to Show the Impeachment Committee Proof of Innocence (VIDEO)

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Thursday morning said President Trump has to show the impeachment committee he is innocent.
It is clear that the Democrats already believe Trump is guilty and they are now trying to sell the public on impeachment with their Soviet-style show trials.

Nov 15 08:11

Kellyanne Conway Blasts Wolf Blitzer for Asking About Her Husband: ‘I’m Embarrassed for you, This is CNN Now?’ (VIDEO)

White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway ripped CNN’s Wolf Blitzer to shreds on Thursday after he asked about her husband’s appearance on MSNBC the day before.

Nov 15 08:03

Greg Gutfeld On Impeachment: ‘Hearsay Based On Hearsay, A Bloated Spectacle’ (VIDEO)



Taboola
Nov 15 07:52

PETA sparks fury by selling gruesome $150 'wool hurts’ sweater with a 3-D bloodied sheep bursting out of it - as social media users brand the stunt 'obnoxious', 'gross' and 'disgusting'

Vegan campaigning group PETA has come under fire for its 'wool hurts' Holiday sweater - which features a bloodied and bruised plush 3-D sheep.
The Virginia-based animal rights organization (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) said the $149.99 garment was intended to 'put the ugliness of the wool industry front and center'.

Nov 15 07:52

Girl, four, is HOSPITALISED with constipation after school removed toilet roll from cubicles and made children guess how much they needed beforehand ‘leaving her too afraid of running out to use the loo properly’

A four-year-old girl was hospitalised with constipation because of her school's strict toilet roll policy, her mother has claimed.
Kitchener Road Primary in Canton, Cardiff, does not put toilet paper in the pupils' toilet cubicles.
Instead, the children aged four to 11 must take what they think they need from a single tissue dispenser in the public area before going in.

Nov 15 07:41

When They’re Done Investigating Hunter Biden Someone Might Want to Look at Nancy Pelosi’s Son Paul Jr.

Like many Democrats Paul Pelosi Jr. has made a career off of his mother’s political stature. Shortly after his mother became the first woman speaker, Paul Pelosi Jr., was hired by InfoUSA for $180,000 a year as its vice president for Strategic Planning.

Nov 15 07:08

Planned Parenthood Hosts ‘All Ages/Genders’ Pole Dancing Fundraiser

Planned Parenthood of Washington state has a brilliant idea to regain support after losing a dramatic battle in the Clark County, Washington, Battle Ground School District, which voted back in October to remove sex education fromthe school curriculum beyond what is required by law: have an all ages, all genders sex worshop featuring “clitoris and pleasure education”and erotic pole dancing.

Nov 15 07:08

Barack Obama Versus Donald Trump on 'Investigating Political Opponents' (Cartoon)

Democrats are currently holding sham impeachment hearings claiming that President Donald Trump somehow committed a high crime by asking Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden’s video taped claim of corruption in that country.

Nov 15 06:35

PBS Frontline's "In The Age of AI" Exposes Big-Tech's Ongoing Abuse Of Public Trust

Authored by B.N.Frank via AcivistPost.com,

You won’t see cell phones or personal computers much in movies or TV shows until the late 1990s because most people didn’t own them. Of course most people didn’t need them either. If you couldn’t afford a “home phone” – pay phones usually weren’t hard to find. Anyone who needed to be “on call” – like doctors – wore pagers.

People who grew up without new technology know firsthand that it has made the world better in some ways.

We also know that it has made it worse in others. People who never knew the world without new technology have been conditioned to believe that all of it is necessary as well as beneficial. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. 5G is very dangerous (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8). Artificial Intelligence (AI) is associated with many risks as well.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am reminded by the gushing, gooey sweetness of this review, of a comment made by Marie Curie; nothing is to be feared; it is only to be understood."

I have to wonder if this "scare" about 5g is more financially motivated, than health motivated, as to who profits from it first and best. I think I will ask Mike to record it, so I can have some reasonable understanding of what it is trying to "sell" to its public.

Nov 15 06:35

PBS Frontline's "In The Age of AI" Exposes Big-Tech's Ongoing Abuse Of Public Trust

Authored by B.N.Frank via AcivistPost.com,

You won’t see cell phones or personal computers much in movies or TV shows until the late 1990s because most people didn’t own them. Of course most people didn’t need them either. If you couldn’t afford a “home phone” – pay phones usually weren’t hard to find. Anyone who needed to be “on call” – like doctors – wore pagers.

People who grew up without new technology know firsthand that it has made the world better in some ways.

We also know that it has made it worse in others. People who never knew the world without new technology have been conditioned to believe that all of it is necessary as well as beneficial. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. 5G is very dangerous (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8). Artificial Intelligence (AI) is associated with many risks as well.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am reminded by the gushing, gooey sweetness of this review, of a comment made by Marie Curie; nothing is to be feared; it is only to be understood."

I have to wonder if this "scare" about 5g is more financially motivated, than health motivated, as to who profits from it first and best. I think I will ask Mike to record it, so I can have some reasonable understanding of what it is trying to "sell" to its public.

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