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Nov 12 12:30

REPORT: CNN AND JIM ACOSTA FILE LAWSUIT AGAINST TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

CNN and Jim Acosta are allegedly suing the Trump administration for removing the press credentials of the controversial reporter following a tense incident Wednesday during a news conference at the White House.

According to ABC’s former White House correspondent Sam Donaldson, Acosta and his employer filed a lawsuit and are expecting a court hearing in the upcoming week.

The news came during an episode of CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” when Donaldson told host Brian Stelter that he had been asked by the network to give an affidavit in support of Acosta.

Yet a CNN spokesperson would not say that it was going ahead with any legal action against the Trump administration, telling The Hill that “no decisions have been made.”

Nov 12 12:10

Mike Pompeo and John Bolton: Trump’s Tag Team of Death and Destruction!

With the welcome departure of war mongering UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, the Trump Administration’s neocon tag team of death and destruction – Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo and National Security Advisor (NSA), John Bolton – have enthusiastically taken up where the repellent Haley has left off. It is highly doubtful that the former Ambassador will meekly return from under the rock in which she crawled, but will reappear possibly as a primary challenger to her former boss in 2020, and, most certainly, as a Presidential contender in 2024.

Last week, Messrs Pompeo and Bolton were dutifully carrying forth Haley’s promises of mayhem to anyone opposed to US hegemony even if those “enemies” have never taken hostile action against the US mainland. Of course, threats and attacks against nations which have done nothing to America have never much mattered to the foreign policy establishment!

Nov 12 12:10

CNN tackles Trump, yet sidesteps Israeli violence

The military analyst industrial complex – not known for reining in the military ambitions of US presidents – has struck back at Donald Trump’s call to shoot immigrants at the US border if they throw rocks.

“They want to throw rocks at our military, our military fights back,” the first-term president has declared. “I told them to consider it a rifle. When they throw rocks like what they did to the Mexican military and police I say consider it a rifle.”

Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel responded on CNN: “My reaction in listening to that, coming from the commander in chief of our forces, president of the United States, is one of disgust. That’s a wanton incitement of unnecessary violence. It’s a distraction. It’s a distortion.”

Nov 12 10:14

Democratic hit list: At least 85 Trump investigation targets

Now that they're set to assume control of the House, there are at least 85 topics that Democrats have said they'd target — or are expected to target — in the forthcoming torrent of investigations and subpoenas to be directed at the Trump White House, according to Axios' reporting and analysis of members' public comments.

Between the lines: Don‘t expect everything all at once. Incoming House Intel Committee Chair Adam Schiff told "Axios on HBO" that each committee plans to prioritize what they view as the most pressing topics, which he says range from Trump's potential business dealings with Russia to where things currently stand with North Korea.

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Jonathan Swan wrote in August that Republicans had already catalogued numerous oversight targets that Democrats had signaled, including:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I told you to fix the voting problems, Donald. But did you listen? No? Then I have no sympathy for you.

Nov 12 10:12

'This Is an Outrage': Gorka Says Macron's 'Nationalism' Swipe at Trump Was 'Pathetic'

Nov 12 10:02

Pelosi Prepares ‘Second Pivot’ of Regime Change in the United States

The votes were barely counted before US President Donald Trump fired his Attorney General Jeff Sessions and began to prepare a showdown with the Deep State’s effort to dethrone him. As Patrick Buchanan describes the stakes:

‘For two years, Trump has been under a cloud of unproven allegations and suspicion that he and top campaign officials colluded with Vladimir Putin's Russia to thieve and publish the emails of the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

‘It is past time for Mueller to prove these charges or concede he has a busted flush, wrap up his investigation and go home.

‘And now, in T.S. Eliot's words, Trump appears to have found "the strength to force the moment to its crisis."

Nov 11 14:13

Robert Steele: While Moscow Talks About Treaties, the Deep State is Starting World War III – Now – This Month!

Please, President Putin, whisper in our President’s ear on Sunday, “We should talk –you may have lost control of Scaparrotti and he could be planning to start a war without your permission.”

Nov 11 09:23

Here’s All the Times Obama Ejected the Media

President Donald Trump’s explosive exchange with Jim Acosta, and the subsequent revocation of his White House press credentials, is now the big story. Naturally, CNN and every other liberal rushed to his defense, and claimed Trump’s hostility towards the media is unprecedented. Ironically, these same liberals loved it when Obama showed disrespect to journalists they disagreed with – they’re just unhappy now they’re feeling the same fire.

Obama ejecting journalists all the time

There were numerous occasions in which Obama (and others in his administration) actually ejected journalists from his press conferences – and of course you didn’t hear hysterical screeching about “dictators” and “fascism” and “the free press being under attack.”

Nov 11 09:00

Donald Tusk Again Lashes out at Donald Trump as US-EU Row Deepens

European Council President Donald Tusk lashed out at US President Donald Trump after the latter expressed opposition to the idea of a European army, and also warned against the rise of right-wing nationalist movements within the EU.

Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, criticized Trump on Saturday, accusing the latter of being against "strong and united" Europe, following the US president's criticism of the idea of a European army.

"For the first time in history we have an American administration that is, to put it mildly, not enthusiastic about a united and strong Europe," Tusk said in a speech on the eve of celebrations to mark Poland's 100th anniversary of independence.

Nov 11 08:58

Thumbs up! Putin shakes hands with Trump and Melania during WWI ceremony in Paris

Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump greeted one another during the World War I centenary commemorations in Paris, with the two leaders seen shaking hands and making other warm gestures during the event.

Although both leaders were late to the ceremony, they appeared to be happy to see each other upon their arrival. Putin and Trump were seen nodding at each other, with the Russian leader even tapping his US counterpart on the shoulder and offering up a thumbs up sign.

Nov 10 10:43

US ends Saudi-UAE refuelling support in Yemen war

Saudi Arabia says it requested an end to US refuelling operations in Yemen because it can now handle it by itself.

Nov 09 12:22

Donald Trump Dismisses Kellyanne Conway’s Husband as ‘Seeking Publicity’

President Donald Trump dismissed Kellyanne Conway’s husband George Conway on Friday after he wrote a critical op-ed of the president in the New York Times.

Trump was asked by reporters about the op-ed as he left the White House to travel to Paris.

“You mean Mr. Kellyanne Conway?” Trump asked. “He’s just trying to get publicity for himself. Why don’t you do this, why don’t you ask Kellyanne that question, she might know him better than me.”

Conway wrote that Trump’s appointment of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions chief of staff Matt Whitaker as the acting attorney general was “unconstitutional” and “illegal” in the op-ed co-authored with lawyer Neal Katyal.

Nov 09 09:32

SHELDON ADELSON WATCHED MIDTERM ELECTIONS WITH TRUMP AT WHITE HOUSE

Sheldon and Miriam Adelson were among the the major donors to Republican candidates who watched the midterm election returns with President Donald Trump at the White House.

Other Jewish donors who joined Trump on Tuesday night in the East Room were billionaire investor Steve Schwarzman, co-founder and CEO of the Blackstone Group; investor Michael Milken; and Dan Gilbert, majority owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Bloomberg News reported.

Trump did not give a speech or deliver any remarks, according to the report, which also said that guests ate pizza, mini hot dogs, hamburgers and French fries served from elegant dishware.

Nov 09 08:45

America first not to come: Trump to snub Macron-favored Paris Peace Forum

Unlike many other world leaders, US President Donald Trump will not attend a conference hosted by France’s Emmanuel Macron, the organizers said today.

The Paris Peace Forum coincides with France’s program for the commemoration of the end of World War I taking place this week. Around 70 world leaders are to visit France for the event, including Trump.

Nov 08 15:52

FULL Exchange Of President Trump's Clash With CNN's Jim Acosta

Nov 08 14:06

Al Jazeera Undercover Investigation | Israel Lobby in USA

Qatar withheld the release of this documentary on grounds of national security. Qatar’s rulers were said to be anxious of an invasion by its larger neighbor Saudi Arabia, or the withdrawal of the massive US air base, Al Udeid, through pressure from the Israeli lobby.

Parts 1-2

Parts 3-4

Nov 08 08:17

White Trump-supporting women ‘vagina-shamed’ again, ‘don’t know difference between predator and protector’ (7 Pics)

Behar suggested Trump’s comments were motivated by his desire to appeal to more women voters.
“He said it — he said it because he realizes that women like him less than menstrual cramps. That’s why he said it,” she announced to audience approval.
“He now has, like, this moment where he says, gee. They don’t like me because do you see the numbers? The women are out there voting in droves. He now realizes that,” she added.
But not content to just attack the president, Behar then seemed to question the intelligence of the women who support him.

Nov 08 05:41

Let me run the country, you run CNN: Trump fumes at reporter in post-election press meet

During his around one-and-a-half-hour press conference on Wednesday, he walked away from the microphone a few times refusing to take questions from reporters, who, he said, were speaking out of turn. "Very hostile. It is such a hostile media. It's so sad," Trump said.

Nov 07 19:17

President Trump “Seriously” Considering Declassifying Carter Page FISA Docs

Investigative reporter Sara Carter said the Carter Page FISA docs would expose extensive evidence of abuse by the DOJ and FBI:

Congressional members, some whom have clearance to see the documents, say “no sources or methods” would be exposed if they were declassified, but that they believe it would expose extensive evidence of abuse by the bureau on the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

According to House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes there is exculpatory evidence in the 20 redacted pages of the FISA docs.

The President must declassify all Carter Page FISA docs and pertinent Russia records before the Dems officially take over the House in January.

Nov 07 15:33

REPORT: Rosenstein To Resign In 48 Hours, No Longer In Charge of Mueller Probe

In another Justice Department shakeup, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is set to tender his resignation within the next 48 hours according to a One America News report.

“BREAKING: Sources tell me Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein will be offering his resignation within the next 48 hours. #OANN,” said One America News’ White House Correspondent Emerald Robinson on Twitter.

Nov 07 14:20

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker to Take Over Mueller Probe

Jeff Sessions turned in his resignation Wednesday, the day after the midterm elections, at President Trump’s request.

Matthew G. Whitaker will now take over as Acting Attorney General until the position can be filled permanently.

TRUMP: We are pleased to announce that Matthew G. Whitaker, Chief of Staff to Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the Department of Justice, will become our new Acting Attorney General of the United States. He will serve our Country well….

Nov 07 12:51

On the Edge of Nuclear Armageddon: Donald Trump Welcomes in the Age of “Usable” Nuclear Weapons

It was only an announcement, but think of it as the beginning of a journey into hell. Last week, President Donald Trump made public his decision to abrogate the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), a 1987 agreement with the Soviet Union. National Security Advisor John Bolton, a Cold Warrior in a post-Cold War world, promptly flaunted that announcement on a trip to Vladimir Putin’s Moscow. To grasp the import of that decision, however, quite another kind of voyage is necessary, a trip down memory lane.

Nov 06 15:31

State Dept: US to Impose New Set of Sanctions Against Russia Over Skripal Attack

The United States intends to move forward with imposing additional sanctions against Russia for the attack against Russian double agent Sergei Skripal as required by law, State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert told Sputnik on Tuesday.

"Today, the Department informed Congress we could not certify that the Russian Federation met the conditions required by the Chemical and Biological Weapons Control and Warfare Elimination Act of 1991," Nauert said. "We intend to proceed in accordance with the terms of the CBW Act, which directs the implementation of additional sanctions."

Nov 06 02:04

Nine Ways the U.S. Voting System Is Rigged But Not Against Donald Trump

Donald Trump is right — the U.S. voting system is totally rigged!

It’s not rigged against him, though. It’s rigged against people without much money, and people who are members of any number of minority groups.

Some of the rigging is by design, and dates all the way back to the Founding Fathers. Some of it is simply a byproduct of an economic system where the top 0.1 percent have almost as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent. Some falls somewhere in between.

Add it all up, and it constitutes a gigantic obstacle to regular people using their purported power to run our purported democracy.

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(*it's just that Trump can afford to whine 'victim' louder then the actual victims )

Nov 05 14:54

Trump fires back after networks yank ‘racist’ anti-immigration ad

President Trump on Monday defended an anti-immigrant ad that critics called racist after several television networks said they would not run it, calling it “effective” and telling reporters their questions were “offensive.”

“They certainly are effective,” Trump told reporters as he was about to board Air Force One en route to another MAGA rally.

Asked about charges that the ad — which several networks have either refused to air or decided to stop running — was offensive, the president went on the offensive himself.

“A lot of things are offensive. Your questions are offensive a lot of the time,” he said.

Nov 05 11:46

The Trump ad that CNN said it wouldn't air because it was racist, and that NBC pulled this morning, is still running on Facebook right now.

MARK DICE ON TWITTER: "CNN is trying to incite people to harass Facebook and TV networks to stop them from running Trump campaign ads. Jobs not Mobs, scumbag."

Nov 05 07:01

Saudis ‘don’t know how to use’ US bombs: Trump condemns deadly Yemen school bus strike… kind of

It wasn’t the US-made bomb, but rather the Saudi military’s inability to properly use the munition –despite all the American training– that led to the “horror show” bombing of a Yemeni school bus in August, Donald Trump has said.

A Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a school bus, that killed 40 children and maimed dozens of others in the busy market town of Dhahyan in northern Yemen on August 9, is not Washington’s fault, Donald Trump stated in an interview with Axios on Sunday.

Despite the fact that pieces of a 500-pound (227 kilogram) laser-guided MK 82 bomb made by Lockheed Martin were found at the site of the explosion, Trump shifted the blame for the tragedy to the coalition’s inability to use the US-supplied weapons properly.

Nov 04 10:19

US midterm elections: Trump HUMILIATED after Pentagon DENIES request for border troops

DONALD TRUMP’s request to have more than 5,000 active duty military personnel deployed to the US-Mexico border to intercept the “migrant caravan” has been denied by the Pentagon.

Nov 04 10:13

Washington’s Long-Held Illusions Will Create More Mess in Afghanistan

Despite 17 years of war and occupation, the United States and its allies have been unable to defeat the Taliban in Afghanistan.

(*That's OK because thanks to The Genius of Trump we've seen our error Opium is not grown in Afghanistan . It is Created in the s**thole cities in the blue states and smuggled into the affluent neighborhoods in the Red States , and the short list of prescription related addiction providers include , and are limited to pharmaceutical corporations , which are the constitutionally protected people in the nation , or doctors , some of which practice while being registered as Democrats .
Afghanistan doesn't show up !)

Nov 04 09:49

US Warplanes Bomb Eastern Syria Again, Kill Several Children, Women

Over 15 civilians, mostly women and children, were killed in the US-led coalition fighter jets' airstrike in Southeastern Deir Ezzur, local sources reported on Sunday.

The sources said that the warplanes targeted residential units near Khalid Bin Walid in the small town of Hajin in Southeastern Deir Ezzur on Saturday, killing at least 15 civilians, mostly women and children, and injuring tens of others.

The sources said some of the injured are in critical conditions.

The Arabic-language website of SANA news agency quoted several local sources in Deir Ezzur as saying last week that the US warplanes targeted several districts in the town of Hajin in Eastern Deir Ezzur with white phosphorous bombs which are forbidden internationally.

This was the second time in a month that the US-led coalition's fighter jets attacked Deir Ezzur with banned weapons under the pretext of fighting the ISIL.

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Nov 04 07:53

Iranians Chant 'Down With US' To Mark US Embassy Siege

(*There Is No Choice !
Bomb The S**t Out Of The Sons Of B**ches !
whitehorse souce)

Nov 04 07:42

North Korea Warns Of Return To Nuclear Policy

Pyongyang expresses frustration over the slow progress of the lifting of sanctions while US insists on denuclearisation.

North Korea has warned the United States it will "seriously" consider returning to a state policy aimed at building nuclear weapons if Washington does not end tough economic sanctions against the impoverished regime.

In a statement issued late on Friday, the North's foreign ministry said Pyongyang could revert to its former policy if the US did not change its stance over sanctions.

"The word 'byungjin' may appear again and the change of the line could be seriously reconsidered," said the statement carried by the official KCNA news agency.

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Nov 03 04:21

Khashoggi Family Had Deep Connections to Lockheed Martin, Saudi Power Struggles

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who is feared murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, was much more than just a Washington Post columnist: he was a figure connected to some of the highest echelons of power in the US and Saudi Arabia.
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“There’s two main issues, in my opinion, that have caused this sudden outrage to appear in the US mainstream. The first is that there are elements in the CIA that want Mohammed bin Salman’s predecessor, Mohammed bin Nayef, who was crown prince before — they want him to be put back in power because they worked with him in the past>>>

But the second issue, and the bigger of the two in my opinion, is that the Saudis recently made a decision that put in danger the entire $110 billion weapons deal that Trump has been promoting since last year, because that deal wasn’t really a deal at all; it was actually a bunch of letters of intent and letters of interest, and now that the deadlines in some of those deals have come and gone, it’s become clear to the US that the Saudis aren’t going to buy all $110 billion in weapons that they had previously expressed interest in.”

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Nov 03 03:53

Why Bibi LOVES the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre

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Netanyahu is a gangster. “Israel” is a global shakedown racket. The so-called state of Israel is in fact a huge river of dirty money flowing into Occupied Palestine. That money is literally “scared up” all over the world by Jews who are terrorized into believing that the Zio gangster state is all that is standing between them and a new set of gas chambers.

Israel’s perennial problem: Jews are doing fine all over the world. They have no reason to go to Israel. They have no reason to send money to Israel. They have no reason to make themselves unpopular in their homelands by bleeding those homelands dry on behalf of Israel.

In fact, American Jews don’t even have any good reason to support US wars for Israel. Polls show that American Jews, more than any other US ethnic group, oppose the 9/11-triggered terror wars on Israel’s enemies.

That’s right: If it were up to American Jews, we’d be 7 trillion dollars richer, and 32 million Muslims would be still alive.

So Netanyahu’s gangster state has one overwhelmingly difficult “national security” imperative: Terrorize the world’s Jews>>>

Nov 03 03:17

Yemeni girl, whose image drew attention to famine, dies

(*no where near the banter made over Kathy Griffen's photoshopped image here in Trump's America !)

Nov 03 02:45

Trump Walks Back Earlier Remarks, Says Migrants Won't Be Fired Upon at Border

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“They won’t have to fire. What I don’t want is I don’t want these people throwing rocks,” Trump said before leaving for campaign rallies in West Virginia and Indiana.

“What they did to the Mexican military is a disgrace. If they do that with us, they're going to be arrested for a long time,” he added.

Trump made his latest comments one day after saying that US soldiers along the Southern border might fire on migrants traveling in a caravan from Central America, remarks that drew widespread backlash from political and military leaders.

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(*Ssshhhhhh...)
Report: Pentagon Denied White House Request for Troops to Perform Law Enforcement Services at Border

(*It's Still America !)

Nov 03 02:22

Words Of Inspiration Justify Killing Muslims

Nigerian Army Uses US President Remarks to Justify Killing Muslims

In response to criticism of the killing of nearly 50 protesters near the capital city of Abuja, the Nigerian army has posted a video of US President Donald Trump authorizing troops to shoot migrants who throw stones over the US border.

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(*Wielding The Art Of The Deal)

Nov 02 04:16

Russia Warns Again of False Flag Chemical Attack in Syria's Idlib

Russian Defense Ministry’s Chief Spokesperson Igor Konashenkov said in a briefing in Moscow that they have got information about a possible false flag chemical attack being planned in Syria’s Idlib.
“Terrorists of the Turkistani Islamic Party transferred 20 containers with 10 liters of chlorine each from Ma'arat al-Nu'aman provocative acts,” Konashenkov said, adding that “local residents reported to the Russian Reconciliation Centre that this group of White Helmets searched for residents who would like to take part in staged video footage in exchange for food,” massdar news reported.

He also claimed that “six special radiation, chemical and biological reconnaissance vehicles have been deployed to Russian posts in the immediate vicinity of the demilitarized zone in Idlib province.”

Konashenkov stated that “the territory controlled by the United States in Syria, it should be noted that this is not a de-escalation zone, or a de-conflict zone, it is a grey zone in which the situation is rapidly deteriorating.”

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Migrant Caravan Heads North

Nov 02 03:57

NATIONALIST NOT GLOBALIST UPDATE: Saudi Arabia Hosts US Evangelical Christians, Israel Supporters

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman held a rare meeting with American evangelical Christians as the conservative kingdom seeks to open up more to the world and repair an image of religious intolerance.

The delegation was led on Thursday by communications strategist Joel Rosenberg and included former US congresswoman Michele Bachmann, according to an emailed statement from the group, as well as heads of American evangelical organisations, some with ties to Israel.

"It was an historic moment for the Saudi crown prince to openly welcome evangelical Christian leaders to the palace. We were encouraged by the candour of the two-hour conversation with him today," the statement said.

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Nov 02 03:19

Shepard Smith: 'There Is No Invasion'

Fox News' Shep Smith Smacks Down His Network's Lies About the Migrant Caravan: 'There Is No Invasion'
No one is coming to get you," he told his viewers. "There is nothing at all to worry about."

(*was that the quiet disclaimer ?
If nothing happens it will be the result of Trump lining up his pawns on The Southern Border .
In other words Smith is eluding to a manufactured win for potus Trump .)

Petition: Fox News Should Fire Shepard Smith

Nov 02 02:54

Brazil's Bolsonaro wants Israel embassy moved to Jerusalem

Brazil's President-elect Jair Bolsonaro has told an Israeli newspaper he intends to defy the Palestinians and most of the world by moving his country's embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

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(*Sounds like another Rock Solid NATIONALIST , that wants Absolutely Nothing To Do with A GLOBALIST New Wotld Order .)

Nov 01 14:45

Heather Nauert Expected to Replace Nikki Haley as U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.

Nikki Haley is officially out at the United Nations at the end of the year – and it’s been revealed that State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert was just offered the job to replace her by President Donald Trump.

Oct 31 08:52

The ’14th Amendment’ Tweet That Has Journalists Insane With Rage

The tweet below, on the 14th Amendment and birthright citizenship has every journalist who sees it insane with rage as it shows their clear hypocrisy on this.

Oct 30 09:33

Trump calls CNN panelist contributor a 'sick woman' after she said the president has 'radicalized more people than ISIS ever did'

Donald Trump has deemed a journalist for GQ Magazine a 'sick women' after she made a comment that the president has 'radicalized more people than ISIS' while appearing on a CNN panel.
'Well, that must be some kind of a sick woman,' the president said of journalist Julia Ioffe during Monday night's sit down interview with FOX News host Laura Ingraham

Oct 30 09:19

Pittsburgh Shooting: Evidence of False Flag Fakery Surfaces

Following my article on the Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting and how there was a drill held in the same area 9 months earlier, I received some very important evidence from a reader. This evidence is in the form of a recording of the police radio traffic in the area during the alleged shooting. It makes intriguing listening as it contains anomalies that are perhaps best explained in the context of this having been a fake false flag event. Thankyou to our vigilant reader and to anyone else who spots something noteworthy about this event, send it to us at VT and we will put it to good use.

Oct 30 09:06

Why aren't we calling the Pittsburgh shooting 'terrorism'?

Perhaps the path to end terrorism begins with abandoning it as a term we selectively deploy and actively distort.

A white gunman walks into a synagogue outside of Pittsburgh and guns down 11 congregants after screaming, "All Jews must die!" during Sabbath services. Another self-identifying white male sends a string of "mail bombs" to democratic leaders and journalists from his hometown in Florida, emboldened by nativist fervour and presidential rhetoric. "Whites don't shoot whites," reveals another gunman, amid a racially motivated shooting outside of a Kentucky grocery store that left two elderly Black customers dead.

Three separate incidents, in different parts of the United States, in three consecutive days - all inspired by racial or religious bigotry that drove the culprits to claim the lives of people they hated, or attempt to assassinate people they deemed the enemy.
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All three incidents had the touchstone elements of terrorism present: (1) an act of violence that is (2) inspired or prompted by a specific ideology. Although the US government does not adopt a uniform definition of terrorism, and competing definitions of the term are often debated, these two elements are present in almost every one.

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Oct 30 08:47

President Trump to Sign Executive Order Eliminating Birthright Citizenship

President Trump indicated in an interview with Jonathan Swan of Axios that he plans to sign an executive order eliminating the concept of “birthright citizenship.”

Now, before we dig into the issue, consider the following: the President of the United States has announced that he is ready to unilaterally dismantle a key part of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. In other words, he’ll be overturning a precedent that has existed for over a century and a half.

That doesn’t mean he’s wrong, however.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trump is not wrong in principle. Many nations have recently ended allowing babies born to non-citizens automatic citizenship. But Trump is incorrect in application. He cannot alter the 14th Amendment with an Executive Order. Only another Amendment can do that.

The 14th Amendment was passed in the wake of the civil war, and the citizenship clause was intended to cement the status of the newly-freed slaves as full-fledged citizens of the US with all rights; which the southern Democrats opposed. Back then, immigration wasn't a problem for the US as there was still plenty of room in the west. But today, the problem with the anchor babies has gone out of control, and I agree something must be done.

Trump will never get a change to the 14th Amendment past the Democrats in the Congress and the state legislatures. So we must go back to securing the borders and not letting illegals inside the country in the first place.

We do not need to change the 14th Amendment. We just need to enforce Title 8.

Oct 30 08:17

War between Iran & Saudi Arabia could send oil to $300 per barrel & impoverish the world

(*That would do it , not the continued practice of central bank usage ?)

Oct 29 14:38

PITTSBURGH SHOOTING: Trump May Be Many Things, But An Antisemite He Is Not!

During my .. brief awokenness this afternoon, I happened to peruse the newspaper. And what did I see? Pieces commenting on the recent attack at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. This is, of course, to be expected. But what was *not*, like *at all* to be expected, was the escalating level of accusations in relation to the attack that Donald Trump… is apparently an anti-semite.
I mean … this is ludicrous. Like, I am not wild about many of the things the President has done either inside or outside of office (more on that in a moment), but it just seems straight-up counterfactual to level s uch a charge at him.

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(*another example of hurling the bone 180 degrees from where the dogs will pick up the scent .)

Oct 29 14:23

Mattis Attempts to Sell US Exit From INF Treaty to EU Allies

US President Donald Trump earlier announced that Washington would be withdrawing from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, citing alleged violations by Moscow. Russia has firmly denied the accusations and expressed regret at the decision.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that the US is currently in talks with its EU partners over Washington's decision to withdraw from the INF Treaty.

"We are in consultations with our European counterparts, I was speaking about it the day before with the German defense minister, and so as I said the consultations continue," Mattis said.

Oct 29 07:00

FDA Grants ‘Breakthrough’ Status to Psilocybin Mushroom Therapy for Untreatable Depression

The US Food and Drug administration has just granted a “Breakthrough therapy” designation to a treatment that uses psychedelic mushrooms as a therapy for treatment-resistant depression.

Oct 29 05:02

Palestinians to Foil US 'Deal of Century' Plot

Advisor to the Iranian Parliament Speaker Hossein Amir Abdollahian underlined that Palestinian resistance groups will not allow the US administration to implement its so-called 'deal of the century' plot, and further blasted attempts to normalize ties between Israel and Arab states.
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"The Deal of the Century faces a number of major problems, including that this old wound, which is 70 years old, cannot be cured in a matter of months. Secondly, the Oslo agreement and other agreements, including Camp David, revealed that the political agreements cannot succeed without taking into account the Palestinians’ rights...," he added.

Elsewhere, he pointed out that Saudi Arabia spends billions of dollars to kill Yemeni women and children , but refuses to provide the Palestinian resistance factions with weapons.

He added that the new rulers of Saudi Arabia are fanning the flames of war in the region by supporting terrorist groups.>>>

Oct 28 09:31

Trump: If Pittsburgh Synagogue Had Armed Guard, ‘Results Would Have Been Far Better’

Trump: If Pittsburgh Synagogue Had Armed Guard, ‘Results Would Have Been Far Better’

Oct 27 12:04

UN Committee Votes Against Russia’s Resolution on INF Treaty

Russia introduced a draft resolution aimed to preserve the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty to the UN General Assembly First Committee after the US announced a unilateral withdrawal from the pact.

The First Committee of the UN General Assembly, also known as Disarmament and International Security Committee, declined on Friday to hear Russia's draft resolution in support of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

Russia proposed the draft resolution to the committee, but the US delegation protested against it. On Friday, the committee voted on whether the resolution draft should be reviewed.

Oct 27 10:38

Who will save us from America? Trump's INF withdrawal is a neocon dream & global nightmare

Washington’s vow to pull out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty poses again the question: Who will save us from America?

If complacency is the enemy of progress hubris is the harbinger of regress. And it is hubris of the most egregious kind that describes the unconscionable decision of the Trump administration to affect the unilateral withdrawal of the US from the 1987 INF nuclear treaty, one that at the time of its establishment Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev pointed out was “the first agreement in history on the mutually agreed destruction of an entire class of nuclear weapons.”

Oct 27 10:30

‘Russia Prepares for War, US Prepares a War’ – Diplomat on INF Treaty Withdrawal

Russian diplomat Andrei Belousov confirmed Friday that Russia is preparing to defend its territory against any aggression, while the unilateral withdrawal from the INF Treaty by the US signals that Washington is preparing for such aggression.

Andrei Belousov, deputy director of the Russian Foreign Ministry's Department of Nonproliferation and Arms Control, commented on the US unilateral withdrawal from the INF Treaty by saying that Washington is "preparing a war," and that Russia has to get ready to defend its territory, principles and values.

"Recently at a meeting [of the committee], the US stated that Russia is preparing for war. Yes, Russia is preparing for war, I can confirm it," Belousov said after a failed UN First Committee vote on Russia's resolution in support of the INF.

Oct 27 10:29

‘Lock him up!’ Smiling Trump joins chant against Soros

US President Donald Trump seems to agree with calls to imprison George Soros, as he laughed and joined in the “Lock him up” chant by a crowd of young black supporters targeting the billionaire liberal.

Trump encountered a passionate audience as he addressed the Young Black Leadership Summit at the White House on Thursday. His speech was constantly interrupted by applause, cheers and chants.

Oct 27 06:28

Syria peace talks set to begin in Istanbul

Leaders have arrived in Istanbul for a four-way summit on Syria between Turkey, Russia, Germany and France on Saturday.

The meeting, hosted by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will see the participation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and French President Emmanuel Macron.

Staffan de Mistura, the UN special Syria envoy, will also attend the summit, which is expected to be followed by a joint statement.
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Diplomatic win'

Al Jazeera's Zena Khodr, reporting from Istanbul, said "Russia and Turkey are billing this as a diplomatic win because they were able to bring the EU to the table".

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Oct 27 06:18

Israeli jets hit 80 targets in Gaza amid rocket fire and protests

Fighter jets attack dozens of sites across the Gaza Strip as fighters fire about 30 rockets into Israel.

Israeli fighter jets struck dozens of sites across the Gaza Strip early on Saturday as fighters fired about 30 rockets into Israel, in the heaviest exchange of fire in several weeks.

The fighting followed a bloody day of border protests, in which Israeli forces shot and killed five Palestinians protesting along the perimeter fence dividing Hamas-ruled Gaza and Israel.

The fighting and bloodshed complicated the mission of Egyptian mediators, who have intensified shuttle diplomacy to achieve calm and prevent a full-blown conflict between Hamas and Israel.

The Israeli military said it had struck about 80 sites across Gaza by early Saturday morning, including a security headquarters building. Air raid sirens sounded throughout the night in southern Israel, with firing some 30 rockets, the military said.

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Oct 27 06:14

Israel says Syria and Iran behind Gaza rocket attacks

Orders to hit Israel with rockets from Gaza Strip were given from Damascus with Iranian involvement, Israeli army says.

The Israeli army has accused the Syrian government of instructing a Palestinian group to fire dozens of rockets at Israel from Gaza with Iran's support, and vowed to respond where it chose.

"The rockets that were launched against Israel... we know that the orders, incentives were given from Damascus with the clear involvement of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards' Quds Force," army spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus said on Saturday, referring to Iran' foreign operations unit.

Conricus told reporters Israel's response would not be "limited geographically".

Israeli fighter jets struck dozens of sites across the Gaza Strip early on Saturday as fighters fired about 30 rockets into Israel, in the heaviest exchange of fire in several weeks.

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Oct 26 11:17

Bolton’s Whisper Campaign to Oust Mattis

White House National Security Advisor John Bolton and his deputy are trying to squeeze out U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis by spreading rumors about his imminent departure, according to two well-placed sources.

Bolton and Mira Ricardel, the deputy national security advisor, who has repeatedly clashed with Mattis over Defense Department personnel appointments, believe the defense secretary is “not ideologically aligned” with President Donald Trump’s administration, according to one of the sources, a former senior defense official. The two are trying “to build the sense that he is done for,” the former official said.

“They have the knives out.”

Oct 26 10:19

"No Chance INF Will Be Renegotiated" Says Top Russian Official Ahead Of Trump-Putin Meeting

On Wednesday a top Russian defense official warned that it's impossible that Moscow will renegotiate the the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF), said to likely be at the top of the agenda when Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump are set to meet in Paris on November 11 on the sidelines of commemorative events of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

Chairman of the Defense Committee of the State Duma, Vladimir Shamanov, is reported to have said there's "no chances that the nuclear treaty will be renegotiated" citing Russia's position of there being "no turning point" away from the Reagan and Soviet-era 1987 treaty placing restrictions on nuclear-capable missiles and outlining arms reduction agreements.

Oct 26 10:16

'We made it clear to the US: We will not uproot settlements'

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely responded in an interview with Arutz Sheva to reports that US President Donald Trump intends to exert pressure on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

"From the first day that this administration came in, we have clarified our red lines regarding negotiations with the Palestinians. I was part of some of these conversations. Settlements is a red line. No Jew will be evacuated from his home. The idea of ??displacement or withdrawal from the territory will not be repeated. In addition, we are a government that opposes the idea of ??a Palestinian state. After [Netanyahu's] Bar-Ilan speech and its ramifications, one can say that the Israeli government is united in its opposition to a Palestinian state. This is an idea that endangers the State of Israel," Hotovely said.

Oct 26 10:15

'If US doesn't present peace plan after midterms, France will'

French President Macron intends to press US President Trump to present his Middle East peace plan after the upcoming midterm elections. If Trump fails to deliver, Paris will present its own plan, according to the Foreign Ministry's Political Director Alon Ushpiz.

Oct 26 10:06

Neocons Pulling Trump's Strings to Axe Reagan's INF Treaty – Ex-US Official

The Trump administration is pushing ahead with its withdrawal from the INF Treaty. Speaking to Sputnik, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, former US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy under President Ronald Reagan, shared his views on the apparent motives and driving forces behind the latest US gambit.

"This is yet another concession to the military-security complex, which is feeding its huge profits with orchestrated fear of Russia, which is then used to secure support from the American people and Congress for more military spending to counter the 'Russian threat'," said Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, commenting on Donald Trump's intention to quit the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. The American economist and author served as the US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy under President Ronald Reagan.

Oct 26 08:54

Mexico may be next to legalize marijuana said incoming Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard

Marcelo Ebrard, who will become Foreign Minister when Mexico’s President takes office on December 1, said on Tuesday Mexico Absolutely could follow Canada’s lead in legalizing Cannabis.

Oct 26 08:51

MSNBC's Chuck Todd: Bomb Scare Could Have Been A "Russian Operation"

Here we go again...

We don't know what's more surprising: That a left-leaning US cable network just tried to blame this week's bomb scare on Russia, or that it only took 48 hours. During a panel last night on MSNBC's "Meet the Press Daily", host Chuck Todd, the cable network's chief political correspondent, told a panel of guests who were debating the motives of the as-yet-unidentified attacker who mailed out more than seven mail bombs to prominent Democrats earlier this week that he has a sneaking suspicion that the bombs could have been a "Russian operation."

This assertion - which, we should reiterate, has zero grounding in the facts -follows reports that President Trump and Vladimir Putin will meet in Paris on Nov. 11.

Oct 26 08:47

New York Times Published Trump Assassination Fantasy Before Mail Bomb Scare

The New York Times published a fictional story Tuesday that fantasized about President Trump’s assassination at the hands of the Secret Service and a Russian operative — one day before the nation was gripped by news of apparent mail bombs sent to prominent Democratic figures.
In an article published in the New York Times‘ Book Review, five writers conjured up fantasy scenarios about President Trump’s future with the Russia investigation.

One writer, Zoe Sharp (pictured), took liberal fantasizing to the next level and wrote a story that ends with President Trump being assassinated by a Russian agent. The Times’ editors illustrate the piece, titled “How It Ends,” with a Russian flag sticking out of a pistol barrel.

In the story, the Russian attempts to shoot the president, but his gun misfires. A Secret Service agent then offers his own pistol to the Russian:

Oct 26 06:29

FBI confirms 11th suspicious package; this one addressed to New Jersey Gov. Cory Booker

On Friday, New York Police Department closed a Manhattan intersection to traffic pedestrians and traffic as investigators handle a suspicious package.

Oct 25 12:01

CNN Attacks Trump for Not Taking Responsibility for Pipe Bombs at His Wisconsin Rally – WTH?

The Secret Service announced that suspicious packages were sent to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
George Soros, former AG Eric Holder, Rep. Maxine Waters were also sent mail bombs.
And another suspicious package was sent to Maxine Waters in California.

No one has taken responsibility for the bomb scares today.

But the kooks at CNN attacked President Trump for not taking responsibility for some nut sending suspicious pipe bombs to several liberal leaders and CNN.

CNN: President Trump said the media should set a “civil tone” following a series of bomb scares, taking no responsibility for the national political environment as he spoke at a rally in Wisconsin.

Oct 25 11:20

Trump's 'Space Force' to take shape by 2020: White House seeks $13bn funding to bring military and civilian experts under one command in the 'battlefield' beyond the Earth

An American 'Space Force' proposed by President Trump will take shape within two years and bring military forces and civilian space security authorities under one roof, the White House has said.

Vice President Mike Pence said the Trump administration would look to secure funding for the proposed sixth branch of the military by 2020, the year of the next presidential election.

The new force would be designed to 'ensure that our warfighters have the freedom and flexibility they need to deter and defeat any threat to our security in the rapidly evolving battlefield of space,' he said.

The head of the US Air Force said in September that creating a Space Force would cost about $13 billion for a force of 13,000 people in the first five years.

Oct 25 11:05

Trump To Put an End To Transgenderism in America

Oct 25 07:14

US VP Pence’s Accusations of Venezuelan Financing of Migrant Caravan Disproved

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Pence, in an interview with the Washington Post, claimed that US-allied Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez had told him that the 7000-strong migrant march is “organized by leftist groups in Honduras, financed by Venezuela, and sent north to challenge our sovereignty and challenge our border.”

(*at least Pence had the good sense to deliver his bushel of BEX! to The WaPost , while flagrantly fueling America's Fake NEWS Epidemic !)

Oct 25 06:57

Blockading Venezuela: The Linchpin of the US Strategy of Aggression

Revealing examples are emerging of the cumulative impact that US sanctions against Venezuela are having on the Venezuelan people in the field of health, one of the key priorities of the Bolivarian revolution.

In July 2017, the US bank Citibank refused to handle Venezuela’s payment for the import of 300,000 insulin doses to meet the needs of 450,000 registered patients.

Three months later, the US blockade prevented Venezuela from depositing funds with the UBS Swiss bank, delaying a purchase of vaccines for months and disrupting the country’s vaccination schedules.

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(*that may well be , but POTUS Trump , for his part , purports to be a nationalist , not a globalist )

Oct 25 06:42

Iran president: Saudi consulate murder unthinkable ‘without US backing’

(*according to the times of Israel !)

Oct 25 06:20

'We made it clear to the US: We will not uproot illegal settlements'

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely says Israel has been consistent in telling Trump Administration kicking Jews out a 'red line.'

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely responded in an interview with Arutz Sheva to reports that US President Donald Trump intends to exert pressure on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

(*RELATED:)Most American Jews Say You Can Support Israel and Criticize its Government
A poll commissioned by a new group founded by Jewish Democrats, the Jewish Electorate Institute, found that Jewish voters favor Democrats over Republicans, 74-26 percent. Only 25% approve of the job Trump is doing, while 75% disapprove
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Oct 25 06:07

Pompeo: Saudi Arabia still an important ally

21 Saudis to lose US visas over Khashoggi murder, Saudi Arabia still an important ally – Pompeo

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Saudi crown prince promises justice in Khashoggi murder case

Oct 25 05:51

US New Sanctions against Iran to Deviate Public Opinion from Khashoggi's Murder

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif blasted Washington for imposing new sanctions on his country, saying that they are aimed at deflecting the world public opinion from the killing of prominent journalist Jamal Khashoggi by the US ally, Saudi Arabia.

"To deflect from headlines on Saudi brutality in Istanbul and across Yemen, US Treasury—while in Saudi Arabia, no less—sanctions Iran for 'supporting' anti-Iran Taliban. Conveniently omitting that US is negotiating with the very same Taliban now and its clients have long backed it,” Zarif wrote on his twitter page on Wednesday.

The US Treasury Department on Tuesday imposed sanctions against eight individuals, including two allegedly linked to the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and accused Iran of providing material and financial support to the militants and supporting terrorism.

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Oct 25 05:11

China Vows To Defend Taiwan, South China Sea 'At Any Price'

Attempt to separate Taiwan from China and Chinese armed forces will 'take resolute action', warns defence minister.

China vowed it will never give up an inch of its territory - whether it's the self-ruled island of Taiwan it claims as its own or in the disputed waters of the South China Sea.

China's Defence Minister Wei Fenghe made the remarks on Thursday at the opening of the Xiangshan Forum in Beijing, which China styles as its answer to the annual Shangri-La Dialogue security forum in the wealthy city-state of Singapore.

"If someone tries to separate Taiwan from China, the Chinese armed forces will take action at any price," Wei warned.

Oct 25 04:47

'Tainted' Saudi prince ruins Trump's Middle East plans: analysts

US policy to 'subcontract' Saudi Arabia to handle Iran in jeopardy after evidence points to MBS role in Khashoggi death.

Widespread allegations that powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (also known as MBS) played a role in journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder has thrown American plans in the Middle East into disarray, analysts say.

Martin Indyk, a top Middle East policymaker under Bill Clinton, said President Donald Trump had in effect tried to subcontract policy in the region to Saudi Arabia and Israel as he lessens US commitments.

But Indyk said bin Salman instead brought headaches for Washington - not only Khashoggi's killing but in Yemen where the United States is backing a Saudi-led bombing campaign against Houthi rebels.

"Mohammed bin Salman needs Trump - his very survival depends on Trump working with him," said Indyk, now at the Council on Foreign Relations.

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Oct 24 14:43

President Trump Strongly Condemns Bomb Scare Attempts Against Democrats

President Trump interrupted a previously scheduled event Wednesday to strongly condemn the bombing attempts directed at prominent Democrat figures and their media allies.

Explosive devices have been found either at the home or addressed to individuals such as Bill and Hillary Clinton, former President Barack Obama, Democrat Debbie Wasserman Schultz, George Soros, and Maxine Waters, as well as CNN headquarters in New York City.

While the left has been – totally without evidence of any kind – pointing the finger at him, President Trump took the high ground to condemn politically motivated domestic terrorism… Something liberals have been unable to do for years while left-wing attacks have gone underreported and under-condemned.

Oct 24 12:34

Iran's Rouhani: 'Saudi Wouldn't Have Killed Khashoggi Without US Approval'

With roughly one week left before the US reimposes sanctions on Iranian exports that could hamper Iranian crude-oil exports, Hassan Rouhani, the president of the Islamic Republic, accused the US of officially sanctioning the murder of Saudi journalist-turned-critic Jamal Khashoggi, arguing that no country would carry out such a heinous crime "without the protection of America."

While the US probably won't bother to dignify Rouhani's allegations with a response, reports that US intelligence agencies had intercepted communications about the plot to ambush Khashoggi suggest that the US had an idea that Khashoggi might be killed upon returning to the consulate. And knowing this, they did nothing to warn Khashoggi or the Saudis, despite Khashoggi's status as a US resident writing for a prominent national newspaper.

Oct 24 10:46

Trump Escalates Attack On Powell: "Every Time We Do Something Great, He Raises Interest Rates"

Though the NYFRB's Plunge Protection Team swooped in to rescue US markets later in the afternoon, the sea of red in markets was just one more unwelcome distraction on a day when Trump and his administration already had its hands full with the rolling diplomatic crisis in Saudi Arabia.

And never one to pull punches when he's in a sour mood, Trump once again unleashed on the Federal Reserve and its chairman, Jerome Powell, during a 30-minute Oval Office interview with the Wall Street Journal, once again blaming the central bank for the market chaos that's erupted over the past few weeks. Ignoring the pleas of his closest advisors and practically every financial professional in the US, the president stepped up his attacks on Powell, telling the chronicle of American capitalism that it's "too early to tell" if he regrets nominating the Fed chairman.

Oct 24 10:39

US Seeks Advantage Over Russia by Deploying Missiles in Eastern Europe

Washington's unilateral withdrawal from the INF treaty will have a multilateral negative impact. Earlier, Trump committed to withdraw from the accord citing violations on the part of Moscow.

Sputnik discussed whether President Trump will actually go through with his plan to pull out the US from the treaty with Dr. George Szamuely, political analyst and author of "Bombs for Peace: NATO's Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia."

Oct 24 09:05

What Asia thinks (but won’t say) about Trump ditching INF Treaty

US president’s intention to withdraw from the INF Treaty with Russia dents perceptions of American reliability. It also raises the prospect of an arms race in China’s backyard

Asian nations have for the most part stayed silent over a threat by the United States to withdraw from a disarmament treaty with Russia that has kept nuclear proliferation in check for the past three decades.

But analysts warn that US President Donald Trump’s announcement last week about his intention to pull out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty – a move he made without forewarning Asian allies – will have dented perceptions of America’s reliability as a defence partner.

Naoko Aoki, Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at The Rand Corporation, said the credibility of the US rested on two pillars: its “capability and resolve”.

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Oct 24 08:50

Teflon Don says; Khashoggi Killing 'Worst Cover-Up Ever'

Trump: Saudi handling of Khashoggi killing 'worst cover-up ever'

US president's remarks come as Washington says it has identified Saudis responsible for killing and plans punishments.

US President Donald Trump has criticised Saudi Arabia's handling of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying authorities staged the "worst cover-up ever".

Asked by a reporter in the White House how the Khashoggi killing could have happened, Trump said on Tuesday: "They had a very bad original concept. It was carried out poorly, and the cover-up was one of the worst in the history of cover-ups.

"There should have never been an execution or a cover-up, because it should have never happened. I would say it was a total fiasco from day one."

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Oct 24 08:34

Galloway: First cut won't be the deepest - deeper wounds are yet to come in the killing of Khashoggi

As Khashoggi's “disfigured face and body parts” are reportedly found in the garden of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, the party is over for the Western collaborators with Arabian tyranny.

After Khashoggi himself, the main loser from the murder most foul in Istanbul is US President Donald Trump – as I predicted here weeks ago. His declaration that the Saudi cover story was “credible” as the rest of the world laughed at the “Lady MacBeth” of it merely made him ridiculous. The behavior of his own “crown prince” – his son-in-law Jared Kushner – has been more venal than comic-opera.

Oct 24 08:10

: 'A US Air Strike Killed All Of My Family'

From Mosul to Moria: 'A US air strike killed all of my family'
An Iraqi refugee remembers the day when 12 of his relatives, including a six-month-old, died in the Battle for Mosul.

(Well _od _amn it son , you were supposed to 'get it' too , in that same dispatch !
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Oct 24 08:05

This ‘Trump’ Tweet is Tearing Up Social Media Today (7 Pics)

This ‘Trump’ Tweet is Tearing Up Social Media Today (7 Pics)

Oct 23 20:37

Trump agrees with Obama ‘100%’ – on immigration (VIDEO)

Agreeing with Barack Obama is not something you'd expect out of US President Donald Trump, especially not on immigration. Yet that's exactly where Trump is '100 percent' behind the words of Obama – a 2005 Obama, that is.

“I agree with President Obama 100%!” the current occupant of the White House tweeted out on Tuesday night. Unfortunately for Trump’s critics, the video contained in his tweet featured Obama, then a US senator from Illinois, condemning illegal immigration.

Oct 23 12:53

It Is Like A Western Movie: A Showdown Is In The Making

It Is Like A Western Movie: A Showdown Is In The Making

Paul Craig Roberts

It has taken the US military/security complex 31 years to get rid of President Reagan’s last nuclear disarmament achievement—the INF Treaty that President Reagan and Soviet President Gorbachev achieved in 1987.

Oct 23 11:38

Khashoggi murder has set back US-Israel effort to confront Iran

The uproar over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul October 2 is obviously the biggest story in the world right now and though Israel is maintaining a strategic silence so as not to hurt its new ally, responses to the outrage in the U.S. are not all ideological, or ascribable to the Israel lobby.

The thrust of American mainstream commentary on the case appears to be: the murder is too much to swallow, but Saudi Arabia is too valuable an ally to lose, given the US-Israeli-Saudi alliance against Iran and the Saudi role of imposing a possible “deal” on the Palestinians. So Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman needs to get out of the way.

Israel is already a big loser in the fallout from the murder, as it is throwing shade on Israel’s rightwing friends, including Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and Mideast negotiator and counterpart of bin Salman.

Oct 23 11:19

NEW STUDY SHOWS 25% OF MILLENNIALS SAY THEY HAVE PTSD FROM THE 2016 ELECTION

Researchers surveyed Arizona State University students around the time of President Donald Trump's inauguration in 2017, and some had stress scores on par with that of school shooting witnesses' seven-month follow-ups.

Oct 23 09:44

Buchanan: Time for Trump to Cut the Prince Loose?

Was the assassination of JFK by Lee Harvey Oswald still getting as much media coverage three weeks after his death as it did that first week after Nov. 22, 1963? Not as I recall.

(*that's as far as I got . We still talk about The JFK assassination some 55 years on , after the first week after 11.12.1963 )

Oct 23 09:15

PRE-WAR HYSTERIA: TRUMP VOWS TO BOOST NUCLEAR FORCES, WITHDRAW FROM INF TREATY

Tensions in the diplomatic relations between the United States and Russia seem to be ramping up to a potentially pre-war level. The increasingly thought diplomatic rhetoric of both Moscow and Washington as well as hostile US actions against Russia and an active pro-war propaganda campaign within the US military are openly signaling that the sides may posslby soon find themselves on the verge of open regional war.

On October 20, US President Donald Trump declared that the US would be abandoning the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty claiming that the decision comes as response to multiple Russian violations of the treaty, which had put a stop to the development of nuclear and conventional missiles, as well as their launchers, with ranges of 500–1,000 and 1,000–5,500 km.

Oct 23 07:59

Congress Gone Wild: Why Lawmakers Fail to Prioritize the National Debt

National politicians keep abandoning fiscal restraint and their constituents seem fine with it.
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Those of us who are full-time taxpayer advocates are fond of saying that the country is on our side.

But is it? Well, somewhat.

To understand the issue requires separating two issues that are lumped together in most discussions—the debt/deficit, and government spending. Put simply, caring about one does not mean caring about the other.

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