Thought for the day

"The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum — even encourage the more critical and dissident views. That gives people the sense that there’s free thinking going on, while all the time the presuppositions of the system are being reinforced by the limits put on the range of the debate." -- Noam Chomsky

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FBI Director Chris Wray decided to play the victim after facing backlash for launching a raid of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home.

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Beyond Meat, the Bill Gates-backed maker of various beyond disgusting fake meat products, appears to be careening towards bankruptcy as its stock has plummeted over 70% in the past year.

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FBI Director Christopher Wray had an FBI informant infiltrate former President Donald Trump's home to spy on him and his associates.

The informant allegedly told his FBI masters where…

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The IRS is hiring special agents who are willing to kill.

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Boston Children’s Hospital boasts about having the first pediatric transgender surgery center in the country offering a “full suite of surgical options for transgender teens.”

Boston…

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Recently discovered information from the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System shows that there has been a massive 10,661.4% rise in cancer reports since the introduction of the…

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The link between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Fidel Castro go far beyond their looks.  Here we will dive deep into the evidence, including a bombshell admission from the…

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"I once asked, 'If you're innocent, why are you taking the Fifth Amendment?' Now I know the answer to that question," Trump said. "When your family, your company, and all the people in your orbit…

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When World War II ended in 1945, the industrial warfare machine did not stop overnight. Estimates of the value of potential surpluses range from a low of $25 billion to a high of $150 billion.…

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Malcolm X was a controversial but important American civil rights leader during the 1960s who promoted Pan-Africanism and encouraged his followers to fight "by any means necessary"…

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Serial killers occupy a strange place in our collective consciousness. We despise the horrific crimes they have committed, but also investigate them with a strange, morbid curiosity. As TV shows…

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When an earthquake struck Santa Monica on March 10, 1933, the city was already in bad shape. The quiet community on the Pacific Coast prided itself on being socially elite and culturally…
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These photographs of Belle Epoque Venice were processed and colored using the Photochrome process. The Library of Congress page on the photochrome process explains it: "Photochrome prints are ink-…
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The 1989 Pink Floyd concert on a floating stage next to San Marco Square in Venice gathered more than 200,000 fans and inadvertently made the mayor and the entire city council resign after his…
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The Sami form an indigenous ethnic group that has settled in Norway, Sweden, northern Finland, and wide areas of the Kola Peninsula in Russia. Their number is difficult to establish, as ethnic…
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These photographs, taken in the early 20th and mid 20th centuries, depict unknown people with actors dressed as polar bears. The paintings, part of a Teddybar collection, were compiled by Jean-Marie…
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Here's a strange relic from the past: a 1979 calendar dedicated to cocaine. Yes, you read that right, for cocaine. While the substance was illegal, it was not considered so bad (and it was common in…
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It's tempting to read vintage magazine ads because nothing gets old faster than tech news and commercials. In this article, we've collected some vintage computer ads to provide you with a look at…
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Godzilla, or Gojira, has been one of the most enduring and iconic kaiju (Japanese giant monsters) in popular culture. Undoubtedly, the monster created by the atomic bomb explosion has captured the…
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Stuart Littlewood rebuts the UK government's vacuous and deceptive arguments rejecting a petition calling for a review of its foreign policy in light of reports of Israeli apartheid – arguments…

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A Tennessee school board is being sued by the parents of a trans-identifying 8-year-old biological male who allege their child was discriminated against when the elementary school would not let…

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Here’s Just a little more evidence that Americans should never use Twitter.

On Tuesday, a Twitter official was convicted after being caught spying on Americans and funneling money from the…

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Ret. Special Agent James Gagliano, a law enforcement analyst for legacy media and CNN, said on CBS News that he was “absolutely stunned” with the raid of Mar-a-Lago.

During an interview on…

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Albert Einstein is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential physicists of all time. Einstein is best known for developing the theory of relativity, but he also contributed…
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Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn of the Blue State Conservative is once again reiterating his belief

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