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July 20, 2019

Jul 20 15:08

2020 Candidates Keep Ignoring The Same Big Issue

Trump repeatedly warned during his 2016 campaign that America’s expanding national debt posed a threat to the country, but the debt has only continued to grow during Trump’s presidency.

Jul 20 13:17

MDMA Shown to Help Alcoholics Shake Addiction in New Study

By John Vibes

Over the last ten years, there has been a new surge of scientific research into psychedelics.

Scientists are now finally getting a chance to gather information about how psychedelics affect our bodies and minds after many decades of finding themselves limited and restricted by the conditions of the drug war...


Jul 20 13:08

School District Warns Parents Their Kids Could Be Taken Away Over Unpaid Lunches

By Emma Fiala

A school district in Pennsylvania has warned parents that their children could end up in foster care if overdue school lunch bills aren’t paid.

About 1,000 parents in the Wyoming Valley West School District received letters outlining the new policy, leading to complaints from parents and the community...

Jul 20 13:04

Why Aren’t We All Flying Around in Jetpacks?

If we were to believe the comic books of the 1920s and 1930s, the TVs shows of the 1940s and 1950s, and the movies of the 1960s and 1970s, we should all be flying around in our own personal jetpacks by now. These personal flying machines, in convenient backpack form, were staples of science fiction and futuristic pop culture. Jetpacks exist in real life. We’ve seen them at the Super Bowl and in that James Bond movie. So, what happened? Why aren’t we all flying around in jetpacks?

Jul 20 13:01

The Soldier Who Threw His Body Over a Grenade, Survived, and Kept on Fighting

During the spring of 1971, the 2nd Squadron of the 17th Cavalry guarded the airstrip at Khe Sanh in South Vietnam. They aided American planes flying missions into Laos.


Jul 20 12:55

Pampers Joins Huggies in Selling “Smart” Diapers Despite Health Warnings, Privacy and Security Issues

By B.N. Frank

Activist Post reported about Huggies’ “Smart Diapers” in May. Now Proctor & Gamble has announced they will start selling their own “Smart” diapers in the fall...

Jul 20 12:53

Son Shoots And Kills Man Who Broke Into Home And Began Stabbing His Father

What a way to go out. Had the son not been armed, this intruder could have easily murdered his father, all for a few stolen items from the home. What’s that? Oh yea, it’s the same story over and over again. Guns saving lives.

Jul 20 12:47

The Evolution of Television Weather Reports

If you are like most people, you probably have at least one weather app on your phone. With access to up-to-date weather right in our pockets anytime we want it, you may think that television weather forecasts could quickly become a thing of the past. So far, at least, that doesn't seem to be the case. The Weather Channel is going strong, and folks still tune into the evening news to see that their local TV station's weather personality is predicting for the coming week. Weather reports have been a staple of television broadcasting since the beginning. Let's take a look at the history of broadcast meteorology.


Jul 20 12:46

Oregon: Initiative Filed to Restrict Self-Defense

This egregious attack on our freedoms uses virtually the same language as the failed Initiative Petition 44 from 2018 as well as the same provisions from Senate Bill 978 that did not pass during the 2019 legislative session. Anti-gun proponents will stop at nothing to restrict self-defense rights in Oregon, and will be using this initiative petition in an attempt to coerce legislators to pass gun control during the 2020 short session.

Jul 20 12:29

Scott Adams: Bill Pulte on St. Louis Blight, AC Giveaway, Veteran Gift

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Guest: Bill Pulte talks about helping veterans and philanthropy
Reversing how we think about the blight of abandoned buildings
#TwitterPhilanthropy @CodeOfVets @Pulte
Demonstration: College student opinions are easily manipulated
World renowned robot scientist…robots can’t understand concepts?
President Trump speaks to Kanye about helping A$AP in Sweden
Told PM of Sweden, he would personally vouch for his bail
Bubonic plague pending in LA, huge numbers of rats and homeless
Iran seizes UK oil tanker…does Iran want war?
Who is responsible for the health effects of Trump Presidency?
President Trump said Puerto Rico government is massively corrupt
MSM and Dems mocked him…2 years later, they agree?
President Trump said there’s a crisis at the border
MSM and Dems mocked him…1 year later, they agree?
Joe Biden needs to “find a spine” in next debate, per CNN Van Jones

Jul 20 11:33

ATM Robbery in Ireland...

Jul 20 11:30

Watch As Police Commissioner Is Arrested For Questioning City’s Use Of Facial Recognition

By Jack Burns

Imagine a day when police can randomly, actively, and at lightning speeds search databases for active search warrants using only a camera and facial recognition technology. That day is here. And despite the objections of high-ranking members in policing circles, the very real threat of losing our 4th and 14th Amendment rights is upon us. And, as the following case illustrates, those who speak out against it — even from within the system — are subject to being silenced...

Jul 20 11:19

Facebook’s shadowbanning patented document now uploaded proves its officially true


Jul 20 11:13

Support for $15 Minimum Wage Plummets When Americans Are Told Its Economic Impact

By Jon Miltimore

Minimum wage laws, I’ve noted, are popular with the public. This no doubt explains why House Democrats passed a bill Thursday that would raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour.

Yet the minimum wage’s apparent popularity might be political pyrite (fool’s gold).

A newly published Business Insider survey found that support for the minimum wage wilts when Americans—both Republicans and Democrats—are told of its full economic impact...

Jul 20 10:50

'I am not racist!' Trump-loving beauty queen, 20, hits back after being stripped of Miss Michigan title one DAY after she was crowned over 'offensive' tweets about hijabs and black-on-black gun violence

A conservative Michigan woman claims she was dismissed from the Miss World America pageant because her tweets about black-on-black gun violence and refusing to try on a hijab were deemed 'offensive, insensitive and inappropriate.'


Jul 20 10:49

That money belongs to us: Mexican President risks feud with Trump by demanding El Chapo's $12.6bn drug money be turned over to Mexico and NOT the US - after slamming Narco's life sentence in US jail as 'inhumane'

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is preparing himself for a showdown with the United States over Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán's fortune.

Jul 20 10:48

'Where are they now?' Trump's baffling Oval Office response to Nobel Peace Prize winner after she told him how her Yazidi family was kidnapped and killed by ISIS

Nobel Peace Prize winning activist Nadia Murad shared her harrowing story of escape from the clutches of ISIS with Donald Trump in the White House
During her moving monologue on Wednesday, Murad stood beside a seated Trump urging him to help her Yazidi community return home to Iraq
Murad told Trump on the day ISIS attacked her village, killing her mother and her brothers, before taking her and the other women in her family as prisoners
Cutting her off mid-sentence, Trump interjects, asking, ‘Where are they now?’
Murad became the first woman from Iraq to win the Nobel Peace Prize for her activism in speaking out against abuse and sexual violence during wartime
‘So they gave you the Nobel Prize? That’s incredible,’ Trump told her. ‘They gave it to you for what reason?’

Jul 20 10:36

How Long is Jeffrey Epstein For This World?



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Jul 20 10:28

Study: Adolescent males become 'abortion beneficiaries,' get better educations after sex partners terminate pregnancies


Jul 20 10:28

Neil Armstrong's face is seen on the Moon for the first time: Amateur creates incredible composite image on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing (11 Pics)

The first ever clear photo of Neil Armstrong's face on the moon has been revealed by an amateur British photographer.
The stunning image was created by property developer Andy Saunders, 45, from Culcheth in Cheshire and it shows the famous astronaut just moments after he had stepped onto the lunar surface for the first time.

Jul 20 10:22

Why are macro hedge funds buying gold today?

Jul 20 10:05

'Where are they now?' Trump's awkward response to Nobel Peace Prize winner after she told him how how her Yazidi family was kidnapped and killed by ISIS

Nobel Peace Prize winning human rights activist Nadia Murad shared her harrowing story of escape from the clutches of ISIS with Donald Trump in the White House this week, but things quickly took an awkward turn when the president asked her where her family was - despite having just been told twice that they’d been murdered by the Islamic State.

Jul 20 10:05

Experts call for fresh ban on 'seriously flawed' artificial sweetener used in thousands of products including Coca-Cola and Pepsi over safety fears

British experts have cast doubt on the safety of an artificial sweetener used in thousands of products including big brand diet soft drinks from Coca-Cola and Pepsi.
Academics at the University of Sussex claim that an EU food watchdog assessment giving a clean bill of health to aspartame, a calorie-free sugar alternative, was seriously flawed.


Jul 20 09:52

The right in a nutshell..(Cartoon)

Jul 20 09:40

Donald Trump mocks Sadiq Khan after Metropolitan Police Twitter hack: US President says 'with the incompetent Mayor of London, you will never have safe streets!' as police account tweets a stream of obscenities (11 Pics)

Donald Trump has used the Metropolitan Police's Twitter hack blunder to take another swipe at London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
The US President tweeted, 'With the incompetent Mayor of London, you will never have safe streets!' hours after the Met's official Twitter account shared a stream of obscenities.

Jul 20 09:27

Woman Dragged to Tribunal, Called a Nazi After Refusing To Wax Transgender in Her Home



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July 19, 2019

Jul 19 14:45

Trump's campaign offered 10 plastic straws for $15 because 'liberal paper straws don't work' — and they just sold out

There was the Jeb Bush guacamole bowl. Then, the "Grillary Clinton " kitchen apron.

Now, there's Trump Straws.

Jul 19 14:32

4th alligator sighting in two months in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh marks its 4th alligator sighting since May

Jul 19 13:33

New Epstein Documents Reportedly Name ‘Staggering’ Number of Elites

Wall Street financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has shaken America’s elitist class to the core: they don’t want to be remotely close to the nuclear explosion of names and dates that will inevitably be released.

According to Vanity Fair, the U.S. Court of Appeals is set to release nearly 2,000 documents related to Epstein, which may uncover rampant sexual abuse by the disgraced financier and his many associates.

The judges stated that "numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known prime minister, and other world leaders" may be on the incriminating documents.

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David Boies, a lawyer for Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Guiffre, said, "Nobody who was around Epstein a lot is going to have an easy time now. It’s all going to come out."

Jul 19 13:23

Arkancide? Murder of Arkansas Senator Linda Collins-Smith linked to Epstein pedophilia and sex trafficking scandal

New information is surfacing to suggest that the unsolved murder of Arkansas Senator Linda Collins-Smith may be connected to the public unveiling of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his child sex trafficking ring.

While the details are still forthcoming, CD Media is reporting that a "confidential source that has been accurate consistently" recently came forward with proof tying Collins-Smith’s mysterious death to her involvement with blowing the lid off an alleged child sex trafficking ring in Arkansas.

Collins-Smith, a Republican, had also been working to expose "massive corruption in the local and state government" in Arkansas, which suggests that she may have been "Arkancided" for getting a little bit too close to the truth.

According to CD Media‘s "confidential source," the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is currently investigating this alleged link, which potentially also implicates Bill and Hillary Clinton, after which the term "Arkancide" was first coined.

Jul 19 13:00

Epstein Sex Trafficking Case Could Reveal Big Names. Michael Rivero - July 18, 2019

Jul 19 12:57

Iran forces say they seized British-flagged oil tanker in Gulf as tensions escalate

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said on Friday they had captured a British-flagged oil tanker in the Gulf after Britain seized an Iranian vessel earlier this month, further raising tensions along a vital international oil shipping route.

Britain said it was urgently seeking information about the Stena Impero after the tanker, which had been heading to a port in Saudi Arabia, suddenly changed course after passing through the Strait of Hormuz at the mouth of the Gulf.

The Revolutionary Guards said they seized the tanker at the request of Iranian maritime authorities for “not following international maritime regulations,” state television reported.

Jul 19 12:23

Russia’s Rostec says ready to sell Su-35 fighters to Turkey

Russia is ready to discuss supplying Su-35 fighter jets to Turkey, the head of the state-owned Rostec corporation said in a statement yesterday.

“If our Turkish colleagues express a desire, we are ready to work out deliveries of Su-35 fighter jets,” Sergei Chemezov said, according to the statement.

He added that Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov had told the Intrafax news agency that there is a possibility for Moscow and Ankara to begin negotiations over the sale of Russian fighter jets.

This comes after Washington said on Wednesday that Ankara’s decision to purchase Russian S-400 missile defence systems “renders its continued involvement with the F-35 impossible”.

“Our military-to-military relationship is strong, and we will continue to cooperate with Turkey extensively, mindful of constraints due to the presence of the S-400 system in Turkey,” the US press secretary added.

Jul 19 12:21

Hidden in Plain Sight: The Shocking Origins of the Jeffrey Epstein Case

Despite his “sweetheart” deal and having seemingly evaded justice, billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was arrested earlier this month on federal charges for sex trafficking minors. Epstein’s arrest has again brought increased media attention to many of his famous friends, the current president among them.

Many questions have since been asked about how much Epstein’s famous friends knew of his activities and exactly what Epstein was up to. The latter arguably received the most attention after it was reported that Alex Acosta — who arranged Epstein’s “sweetheart” deal in 2008 and who recently resigned as Donald Trump’s Labor Secretary following Epstein’s arrest — claimed that the mysterious billionaire had worked for “intelligence.”

Jul 19 12:20

U.N. Report Condemns Torture of Assange

While it is rare that publishers themselves make headlines, reports about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange now probably outnumber articles based on the information he published. This is the extent to which the man behind some of the most shocking revelations about U.S. war crimes has come under public scrutiny. Despite the profound journalistic importance of the work Assange and whistleblower Chelsea Manning have done, the two have been smeared, persecuted and imprisoned in an effort to “shoot the messenger,” which effectively distracts from their revelations and works to undermine their credibility.

Jul 19 12:20

The Lie Factory—CNN—Is Collapsing. Thank God.

CNN abandoned journalism and became a propaganda ministry for the Democratic National Committee and the corrupt upper echelons of the CIA and FBI. After three years of telling the most outrageous lies ever associated with an alleged news organization in an alleged democracy, CNN’s viewership collapsed. CNN turned propaganda ministry saw its primetime viewers shrink by 40%. Even insouciant Americans could see that CNN was nothing but a lie factory.

One would have thought CNN would have learned a lesson. But apparently not. The scum or fools, whichever it is, that runs CNN decided instead to tell even more lies. The propaganda ministry concocted an even less believable story than the ones that had driven away 40% of CNN viewers. The story “reported” by Alex Marquardt goes as follows:

Jul 19 12:19

50 years after Apollo 11: What really rocketed us to the moon

Our commitment to space exploration began with a wake-up call over six decades ago with a beeping sound.

Not with a clock radio, but with a transponder signal that could be tuned into by any ham radio enthusiast -- the launching and ever present chirping of the Soviet Sputnik 1 satellite in 1957, the first artificial satellite. Shortly after that, the Soviets sent a dog into space aboard Sputnik 2. Several other Sputniks followed, then in 1961 they sent a man, Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, into orbit aboard Vostok 1.

Also: Advancing human exploration: Is space the final frontier, and how can data and AI get us there?

Each of these milestones in space exploration was accompanied by the Soviets proclaiming their technical and moral superiority over the capitalist and imperialist United States, which was fumbling with its own space program and could barely get their own satellite and manned rocket off the ground.

Jul 19 12:17

Defense Contractors Are Tightening Their Grip On Our Government

When, in his farewell address in 1961, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned of the dangers of the “unwarranted influence” wielded by the “military-industrial complex,” he could never have dreamed of an arms-making corporation of the size and political clout of Lockheed Martin.

In a good year, it now receives up to $50 billion in government contracts, a sum larger than the operating budget of the State Department. And now it’s about to have company.

Jul 19 12:16

THE CIA WANTS TO MAKE IT EASIER TO JAIL JOURNALISTS AND NO ONE IN CONGRESS IS STOPPING IT FROM HAPPENING

The CIA is pushing for an expansion of a 37-year-old law that would deter journalists from covering national security issues or reporting on leaked documents. Thanks to a disillusioned CIA case officer's actions in 1975, there are currently a few limits to what can or can't be reported about covert operatives working overseas.

In 1975, Philip Agee published a memoir about his years with the CIA. Attached to his memoir -- which detailed his growing discontentment with the CIA's clandestine support of overseas dictators -- was a list of 250 CIA agents or informants. In response to this disclosure, Congress passed the Intelligence Identities Protection Act (IIPA), which criminalized disclosing the identity of covert intelligence agents.

Jul 19 12:15

Food shortages begin as canned vegetables start to run out at grocery stores across America

Shoppers are starting to notice the effects of the abysmal growing season here in the United States, as grocery stores in various parts of the country are having to post signage explaining that food shortages are the reason why their shelves are unusually bare.

At a Kroger supermarket, for instance, one shopper snapped a photo of an ominous sign in the canned vegetables aisle that reads:

“Due to a poor harvest season, we are experiencing shortages on many of our canned vegetable items. We hope to be back in stock by the end of August.”

Similar signage was observed in the canned vegetables aisle at a Walmart store in Tennessee as well, stating:

“Due to limited availability, we are experiencing product shortages across this category. We’re working closely with our suppliers to get these items back as quickly as possible. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.”

Jul 19 12:13

Sunk Russian sub is leaking 100,000 times more radiation than previously thought, experts discover

The nuclear fallout from a Russian submarine that was sunk off the coast of Norway roughly three decades ago has spiked dramatically over the past several years, and experts are scratching their heads trying to figure out why.

According to reports, the Soviet-era vessel, which currently sits at the bottom of the Barents Sea, is now emitting radiation at levels 100,000 times higher than normal, and substantially higher than what was detected 12 years ago when earlier readings were taken.

The Kosomolets, as the sub is called, was sunk back in 1989, which resulted in the deaths of 42 of the vessel’s 69 crew members. It now rests almost a mile deep, where it’s been degrading and presumably becoming increasingly less radioactive.

But for whatever reason, the sub is becoming more radioactive, with strange emissions occurring from one of the vessel’s ventilation holes, which experts say is kicking up “mysterious” dust clouds.

Jul 19 12:13

Theft of Silwan Highlights the Injustice of the Israeli Occupation

Israeli police forced out the Siyam family from their home in the heart of occupied East Jerusalem last week, the final chapter in their 25-year legal battle against a powerful settler organization.

The family’s defeat represented much more than just another eviction. It was intended to land a crushing blow against the hopes of some 20,000 Palestinians living in the shadow of the Old City walls and Al Aqsa mosque.

Dozens of families in the Silwan neighborhood have endured the same fate as the Siyams, and the Israeli courts have approved the imminent eviction of many hundreds more Palestinians from the area.

But, unlike those families, the Siyams’ predicament briefly caught public attention. That was because one of them, Jawad Siyam, has become a figurehead of Silwan’s resistance efforts.

Jul 19 12:13

Dr. Drew: Los Angeles Faces Imminent Outbreak of Bubonic Plague

Dr. Drew Pinsky said Friday that Los Angeles faces an imminent outbreak of bubonic plague because of the growth of the homeless population and the failure of state and local authorities to deal with rodent problems.

Dr. Drew made his comments during a Periscope broadcast by Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams, who has become a popular political pundit with a daily live audience of thousands of people.

Jul 19 12:11

Exclusive: Conservative Vets Group Thanks Lawmakers for Standing Against Endless War

Concerned Veterans for America, a conservative veterans group, is planning to launch on Friday a new digital ad thanking select Republican lawmakers for their recent vote to require Congressional input before taking any military action against Iran.

Jul 19 12:10

How Corporate Media Are Fueling a New Iran Nuclear Crisis

The U.S. news media’s coverage of the Iran nuclear issue has been woefully off-kilter for many years. Now, however, those same outlets are contributing to the serious crisis building between Washington and Tehran.

Iran has responded to Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal by resuming the stockpiling of low enriched uranium, removing the cap on the level of uranium enrichment and resuming work at the Arak nuclear reactor, while making it very clear that those steps would be immediately reversed if the United States agreed to full compliance.

Jul 19 12:09

Holocaust Discourse and the Moral High Ground

The Jewish Holocaust occupies a unique position in modern Western society, in that questioning the facts of the Holocaust is suppressed and vilified on a global scale as no other topic of human history. Why is research into the Holocaust so problematic? Why is it that serious research by scientists, historians and other academics is rejected out of hand as immoral? Why is the suppression of research into ANY aspect of history acceptable?

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