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  • 223,000 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 detected from Jacopever inner Fukushima plant port
    On 1/20/2015, Tepco announced they detected 223,000 Bq/Kg of Cesium-134/137 from Jacopever fished inner Fukushima plant port. The sampling date was 12/18/2014. Other nuclides are not tested. Soon it’s going The post 223,000 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 detected from Jacopever inner Fukushima plant port appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Large mammals die in rapid succession in Ueno Zoological Gardens from tumor, heart failure etc..
    Polar bear, harbor seal, giraffe and Sumatran tiger have died since last November in Ueno Zoological Gardens. The succession of death started with a polar bear. It was male, died The post Large mammals die in rapid succession in Ueno Zoological Gardens from tumor, heart failure etc.. appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Significant size of thyroid nodule / cyst found from citizen in Matsudo city
    Following up this article..  40 of 47 given A2 in thyroid test of Matsudo city/City gov “Result not guarantee potential health in future” [URL]   In the latest part of the The post Significant size of thyroid nodule / cyst found from citizen in Matsudo city appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 129 dead tunas found to have broken spine / Experts “can be caused by stress and mass hysteria”
    Following up this article.. Over 80% of Tuna died since December in a major Tokyo aquarium [URL]   From autopsy inspection, the dead tunas were found to have broken the The post 129 dead tunas found to have broken spine / Experts “can be caused by stress and mass hysteria” appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Meteorological Agency “Eruptive activity is becoming intense at Mount Aso. Volcanic tremor continues 24h/day”
    Mount Aso, an active volcano of Kumamoto prefecture, is starting to be active, according to Japan meteorological agency. From their monthly report published on 1/13/2015, the eruptive activity has become intense The post Meteorological Agency “Eruptive activity is becoming intense at Mount Aso. Volcanic tremor continues 24h/day” appeared first on Fukushima D […]
  • Over 80% of Tuna died since December in a major Tokyo aquarium
    81% of Tuna have died in an aquarium of eastern part of Tokyo since the beginning of December. It’s “Tokyo Sea Life Park” run by Tokyo Metropolis, which is the The post Over 80% of Tuna died since December in a major Tokyo aquarium appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Radioactive contamination level jumped over 57 times outside of underground wall
    Cs-134/137 and all β nuclides (including Sr-90) density showed the rapid increase in groundwater, according to Tepco. The sample was taken in the seaside of Reactor 2. Sampling date was The post Radioactive contamination level jumped over 57 times outside of underground wall appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Panasonic to reuse Fukushima factory as vegetable factory
    On 1/9/2015, Panasonic announced they are going to reuse Fukushima factory as vegetable plant. The Fukushima factory used to manufacture digital camera. Having the sales of digital camera rapidly drop, The post Panasonic to reuse Fukushima factory as vegetable factory appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Daily number of Fukushima worker rose up double since one year ago
    The daily number of Fukushima worker keeps increasing, Tepco announced in their report published on 12/25/2014. The number includes subcontract company workers and Tepco employees. It had been stable around 3,000 The post Daily number of Fukushima worker rose up double since one year ago appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • M5.4 hit Eastern part of Hokkaido
    A major earthquake hit the eastern part of Hokkaido at 3:42 of 1/9/2015 (JST) according to Japan Meteorological Agency. The magnitude was 5.4. The depth of epicenter was 120km. The The post M5.4 hit Eastern part of Hokkaido appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Free Markets Have Been Completely Obliterated-Michael Pento
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Money manager Michael Pento says, “We live in a world now where free markets have been completely obliterated.  You can’t find a free market left on the planet, and that goes for commodities, equity markets, currencies and particularly goes for the bond markets.  The bond markets now do not represent any […]Related Posts:Diso […]
  • We Are in a Financial Meltdown-Nomi Prins
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com     (Early Sunday Release) Best-selling author and financial expert Nomi Prins says, “We are in a financial meltdown.  I said 9 or 10 months ago, it hadn’t happened yet, but it should happen because of the instability of a system that is supported by central bank maneuvers and not really anything organic […]Related Posts:Nomi […]
  • WNW-173 Swiss Franc & Euro Decouple, Russia Cuts Gas, Road to WWIII
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (1.16.15)  My top story is Switzerland and the surprise move to remove its cap against the Euro.  This cap kept the two currencies roughly the same value–but not anymore.  The move was such a surprise that even IMF Chief Christine Lagarde admitted the move by Swiss National bank (SNB) caught her off […]Related Posts:Weekly […]
  • Major War Exploding Soon-Charles Nenner
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Renowned analyst Charles Nenner says the biggest cycle he sees coming is the war cycle.  Nenner says, “For the last couple of years, I have been saying, in the second decade of the new century, we will have a big war.  Why, because there is a 100 year cycle.  If you […]Related Posts:Big Nuclear War Coming-Charles NennerDollar […]
  • European Bank Runs Could Come to America-Laurence Kotlikoff
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Boston University Economics Professor Laurence Kotlikoff says Greece is, once again, in financial trouble and that could set off another global financial calamity.  Dr. Kotlikoff contends, “So, you have the same problem.  You have a country that is fiscally unsustainable, and they haven’t really been a […]
  • WNW 172-Islamic Terror Spreads West, Oil Price Plunge, Declining Economy
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    (Weekly News Wrap-Up 1.9.15)  The Head of MI 5, British security, is sounding the alarm that Islamic terrorists from Syria are planning more attacks on the West.  Andrew Parker says al-Qaeda fighters from Syria are planning mass casualty attacks against the West.  He was not specific on the targets, but an […]Related Posts […]
  • Oil Derivatives Explosion Double 2008 Sub-Prime Crisis-David Morgan
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Precious metals expert David Morgan says the plunge in oil prices is not good news for big Wall Street banks.  Morgan explains, “The amount of debt that is carried by the fracking industry at large is about double what the sub-prime was in the real estate fiasco in 2008.   In summary, […]Related Posts:A Run to Silver and Gold […]
  • Oil Derivatives Explode in Early 2015-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Gold and derivatives expert Rob Kirby thinks crashing oil prices are going to lead to a 2008 style financial meltdown.  This is not a maybe–a market explosion is going to happen in 2015.  Kirby contends, “Oh yes, without a doubt, it will.  It must because the income crude […]Related Posts:The Federal […]
  • Happy New Year 2015!!
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com I can’t believe 2014 is done and gone. I said in 2014 that there would be some sort of dislocation and that would flow into 2015.  I was not sure what it would be, but now, I think the crash in oil prices was that event. Oil prices were cut in half in […]Related Posts:Merry ChristmasOil Derivatives Explode in Early 2015-Rob K […]
  • Dot-Com Style Crash Coming-Rick Ackerman
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial analyst and newsletter writer Rick Ackerman is no stranger to contrarian calls.  At the beginning of 2014, he said forget about rising interest rates because they were going down.  They did.  Now, Ackerman predicts rates will go lower and will stay low for a long time.  Ackerman explains, “My perspective […]Related […]
  • No. 689: December Housing Starts, Special Comments on the Economy
    (SGS Subscription required) • Rising from Recession? Strongest Growth in Over a Decade? Not a Chance. • Continued Economic Woes Promise Difficult Times for the U.S. Dollar and the Fed • Unstable December Housing Starts Continued Stagnating • In Aggregate and by Component, Not One of the Monthly or Annual Rates of Change in the Starts Detail Was Statistically […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Tuesday, January 27, 2015 New Orders for Durable Goods Existing Home Sales New Home Sales December-2014 […]
  • No. 688: CPI, PPI, Industrial Production, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Swiss Franc
    (SGS Subscription required) • Major Crack in U.S.Dollar Facade, as Swiss Franc Breaks Free and Gold Rallies • Headline December Real Retail Sales Fell by 0.6%; Annual Growth at Traditional Recession Level • Unchanged before Inflation, Real Average Monthly Earnings Rose 0.5% Entirely Due to Decline in Headline CPI-W Inflation • December Year-to-Year Inflation […]
  • No. 687: December Retail Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Weakest Since 2008 Economic Collapse, Plummeting Holiday Retail Sales Reflected Liquidity-Restrained Consumers • December Sales Plunged by a Statistically-Significant 0.9% (-0.9%), Down by 1.4% (-1.4%) before Prior-Period Downside Revisions • Monthly Sales Contraction Will Hold in Real Terms, Net of Inflation, Despite Falling Ga […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:  The next Regular Commentary is scheduled for Tuesday, January 27th, covering December 2014 new orders for durable goods and new- and existing-home sales, followed by one on Friday, January 30th, covering the "advance" estimate of fourth-quarter 2014 GDP.  Publication of the Special Commentary will follow soon (see note in Comm […]
  • No. 686: December Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Revisions to Unemployment Seasonal-Adjustments Demonstrated Concurrent-Seasonal-Factor Reporting Issues • Payroll and Unemployment Data Both Heavily Skewed by Unstable and Inconsistent Seasonal Adjustments • December Unemployment Rates: 5.6% (U.3), 11.2% (U.6), 23.0% (ShadowStats) • Annual Money Supply M3 Growth Jumped to 5.2% i […]
  • No. 685: November Trade Deficit, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Trade Deficit Shifts to Neutral Impact on Fourth-Quarter GDP Growth, Had Contributed 0.8% Growth to Third-Quarter GDP • Real Construction Spending in Down-Trending Stagnation since Late-2013 • Some Surprises to December Labor Data? […]
  • No. 684: GDP Revision, November Durable Goods, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Booming GDP - Strongest Growth in More than a Decade Is Nonsense • Magnitude of GDP Revisions Suggests Unstable Data and Unusual Internal-Reporting Issues at Bureau of Economic Analysis • Basic Durable Goods Orders Slowed Sharply in Third-Quarter 2014, On Track for Fourth-Quarter Contraction • Home Sales Also Showed Patterns of […]
  • No. 683: November CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings
    (SGS Subscription required) • November Annual Inflation: 1.3% (CPI-U), 1.1% (CPI-W), 9.0% (ShadowStats) • Using Exaggerated Drop in Gasoline Prices, BLS Generated Headline CPI-U Monthly Decline of 0.3% (-0.3%), Instead of 0.2% (-0.2%) • Real Retail Sales Growth Was Distorted Heavily by Inconsistent Handling of Seasonal Adjustments for Gasoline Prices and Sal […]
  • No. 682: November Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline November Housing Starts Fell Month-to-Month and Year-to-Year Amidst Ongoing Unstable Revisions • Smoothed for Extreme Reporting Volatility, Aggregate Housing Starts Show Pattern of Plunge and Low-Level Stagnation, No Economic Recovery […]

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  • Russia and China: Watch Out Moody’s, Here We Come!
    Over the past approximate quarter century of so-called economic globalization, Wall Street’s ability to be the home of the only dominant “global” rating agencies to bestow ratings on the credit-worthiness of the world has been one of the most effective weapons of financial warfare in the Wall Street arsenal. They rate nations as well as […]
  • Paris and Volnovakha: The Brutal Face of Nato Terrorism
    The insatiable monster of destruction that is Nato displayed its brutal face to the world once again in Paris and Ukraine, just a few short days after the people of the west were enjoined by church and state to live in peace and goodwill. Allowed just enough of a ration of those two rare commodities […]
  • USA – China: Climate Agreement
    The agreement on cooperation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions signed by Barack Obama and Xi Jinping on the eve of the Conference of the Parties to the climate agreement, which was held in Lima in December 2014, was dubbed by many experts and the media a “historic landmark.” And this assessment is justified if one […]
  • Spying in the German Banana Republic
    A German spy employed by Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) was arrested in Berlin in early July 2014. He was charged with handing out the top secret documents to foreign secret services, namely the CIA. A few days later it was announced that  German law enforcement agencies began searching for another US spy that had been stealing information […]
  • Contours of the “Oil War”
    Saudi Arabia’s oil minister Ali al-Naimi is reported to have said that the falling oil prices would help stabilize global economy and stimulate economic growth. Where his comments reinforce the ‘OPEC’s decision’ to maintain oil production at 30 million barrels per day, there he is also indirectly alluding to the crucial link between economy and […]
  • Saudi Arabia: Problems of Succession
    In early January 2015 a number of Arab and Israeli electronic and print media publications, including Internet resources and social networks, disseminated information about the alleged readiness of the King of Saudi Arabia Abdullah ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud to abdicate. Riyadh has not officially confirmed this news. The reason for this allegation is the […]
  • Paris Shootings: Maybe the Last Piece of a Horrible Puzzle
    I have said it before and I will say it again. The United States has spent several years installing a bunch of Moslems, initially Chechens but now also from other countries, in the Pankisi Gorge in Georgia. It trains them there in irregular warfare and forms them into a mobile “hit squad” which commits “terrorist […]
  • Economic War, BRICS, and the Power of Self-Sufficiency
    The toughest, most resilient people as both individuals and as societies all generally have one thing in common – self-sufficiency. This by no means suggests isolationism, but rather the ability to survive, even thrive through one’s own work using resources at their own disposal.  As a principle, self-sufficiency, self-reliance, and individualism defined you […]
  • The Yalta Conference
    Seventy years ago, at the Livadia Palace in Crimea, the world-famous Yalta Conference of the Allied Powers took place (February 4-11, 1945), where the leaders of the three most powerful countries – the USSR, the US, and the UK, despite their ideological differences, agreed to establish the post-war order. This conference was of great importance, […]
  • Putin Excluded from Holocaust Commemorations
    Glancing at the headlines one might believe Russian President Vladimir Putin had inappropriately decided not to attend Holocaust commemorations in Poland. In one breathtaking display of misinformation, Reuters would report in its article Putin will not attend Holocaust commemorations in Poland that, “Sources told Reuters on Monday that Putin was unlikely to […]
  • A Billionaire Lectures Serfs In Davos: "America's Lifestyle Expectations Are Far Too High"
    Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, If you listened closely this morning, you could hear humanity vomit as JP Morgan CEO, Jamie Dimon, began to speak at Davos. In what amounted to some of the most egotistical and delusional statements heard at a conference filled with egotistical and delusional participants, Mr. Dimon didn’t disappoint. He […]
  • More Isolation? Russia, China To Build $240 Billion High-Speed Rail Link
    The ongoing 'isolation' of Russia took another turn for the un-isolated-er today when, as Bloomberg reports, China will build a 7,000-kilometer (4,350-mile) high-speed rail link from Beijing to Moscow, at a cost of 1.5 trillion yuan ($242 billion), Beijing’s city government said. The rail-link - which will bring travel time between Beijing and Mosc […]
  • The US Cannot Afford To Be The World's Police
    Submitted by James E. Miller via Mises Canada, The recent shooting at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo by Islamic extremists has reignited the debate on how to handle the threat of terrorism. The renewed talk is understandable. As horror extraordinaire H.P. Lovecraft wrote, the “oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and s […]
  • What Parenting Has in Common with Raising Capital
    By: Chris at www.CapitalistExploits.at Fathers and mothers everywhere recall with a certain fondness the years BC. For the average pre-family adult, life was starkly different before children (BC). Responsibilities ended at the individual level and oh, the freedom. Money was yours, time was yours, and you could do with it all as you damn well pleased. Come h […]
  • The Saudi Succession: Its Impact On Oil, Markets And Politics
    As reported earlier, several hours ago Saudi Arabia announced that its 91-year-old King Abdullah had passed away, in the process setting off what may be a fascinating, and problematic, Saudi succession fight which impacts everything from oil, to markets to geopolitics, especially in the aftermath of the dramatic political coup in neighboring Yemen. As a remi […]
  • Chinese Stocks Recover From Biggest Plunge In Years As 'Still-Contracting' Manufacturing Industry Improves
    Following the biggest crash in Chinese stocks in 8 years on Monday (following regulator's crackdown on margin trading), The Shanghai Composite has now retraced all those losses as China's Manufacturing PMI rises and beats modestly (though remains technically in contraction at 49.8 for the 2nd month). HSBC notes marginal domestic demand improvements […]
  • Now Begins The Greatest Heist Since Bernanke Bailed Out Wall Street In September 2008
    Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, Well, he finally launched “whatever it takes” and that marks an inflection point. Mario Draghi has just proved that the servile apparatchiks who run the world’s major central banks will stop at nothing to appease the truculent gamblers they have unleashed in the casino. And that means there will eventually […]
  • How China Deals With Deflation: A 60% Pay Raise For 39 Million Public Workers
    While the rest of the developed world, flooded with re-exported deflation as a result of now ubiquitous money printing, scrambles to print even more money in hopes of stimulating the economy when all it is doing is accelerating a closed deflationary loop (at least until the infamous monetary helicopter drop), China - which still has the most centrally-planne […]
  • When This Ends, Everybody Gets Hurt (And The End Is Uncomfortably Close)
    Submitted by Chris Martenson via Peak Prosperity, Central banks around the globe have taken us all into unchartered territory, where the possible paths boil down to a binary outcome: either it all works out or it doesn’t. Unfortunately, the ‘it all works out’ outcome has a very low probability of actually happening; so the binary outcome isn't equally w […]
  • Obama Issues Statement On The Death Of Saudi King Abdullah, Praises "Vision", US-Saudi Relationship
    Just released by the White House: Statement by the President on the Death of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz   It is with deep respect that I express my personal condolences and the sympathies of the American people to the family of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz and to the people of Saudi Arabia.   King Abdullah’s life spanned from before the birth of modern Saudi […]
  • Miss. doctor: The state wants to revoke my license because I treat the poor out of my car
    Officials in Mississippi are allegedly demanding that a doctor who treats low-income residents out of his car give up his medical license, WLBT-TV reported. “They’re trying to strip me of everything, really,” 88-year-old Carrol Frazier Landrum said. “It was rock... […]
  • Saudi Arabian royal court confirms death of King Abdullah at 90
    RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has died, state television reported early on Friday and his brother Salman became king, it said in a statement attributed to Salman. King Salman has called on the family’s Allegiance Council to pay allegiance to Muqrin as his crown... […]
  • Obama will not meet Israeli PM Netanyahu during U.S. visit
    President Barack Obama will not meet Israel’s prime minister when he visits Washington in March, the White House said on Thursday, after being blindsided by the Republicans’ invitation to Benjamin Netanyahu to address the U.S. Congress on Iran. Bernadette Meehan, spokeswoman for the... […]
  • Bill Clinton used billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ for African charity tour
    Former President Bill Clinton used a plane owned by billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein on at least 11 occasions, sharing a flight on many of them with women accused of “recruiting” underage girls Epstein would later victimize, Gawker reported. According to flight logs for... […]
  • The real agenda for the forced-birth March for Life crowd in one creepy tweet
    Today in Washington, DC a substantial gathering of predominately white people — most of them bused in — are attempting to make the case that women are second-class citizens whose lady-brains are not to be trusted with making reproductive choices for themselves, while at the same time... […]
  • Seriously, what’s in McDonald’s French fries?
    We’ve all heard the horror stories coming out of the kitchen of your local McDonald’s. “The burgers are made with ‘pink slime.’” “There’s no chicken in the Chicken McNuggets.” “The McRib can’t be real meat.” And then there are those videos going around that show how food from McDonald’s doesn’t... […]
  • How the smell of cinnamon seduces you into spending more money
    Certain smells can have an impact on what and how much you buy, according to a new study. Unbeknownst to shoppers, the smell of cinnamon can spur them into buying more “prestigious items,” the researchers discovered. In the study, led by authors at Stevens Institute of Technology, City University... […]
  • Watch for 3 moon shadows on Jupiter this weekend
    Known as a “triple shadow transit,” three of Jupiter’s moons will simultaneously cast shadows onto the cloudy planet on Saturday (January 24th, 2014). This is very rare, according Harvard University’s Jean Meesus, who calculated only 31 triple events involving shadows of... […]
  • Scan finds new tattoos on 5300-year-old Iceman
    Aaron Deter-Wolf for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online A new study has used advanced imaging techniques to identify previously unknown tattoos on the ribcage of the 5300-year old man known as Ötzi, bringing his total number of tattoos to 61. But first, some context In September of 1991 hikers in... […]
  • Tom Brady and his underinflated balls finally make the NFL fun for everyone
    The political world took notice of the NFL again on Thursday, in the most bizarre of ways, as New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was broadcast on seemingly more channels than the State of the Union as he discussed the condition of his balls. In this case, 11 of the 12 game balls his team... […]
  • You’re not getting enough sleep — and the military wants you to get even less
    If you’re feeling cranky, confused or too tired even for sex, blame it on Thomas Alva Edison. We’re all bushed, and it’s all his fault. Humans have been screwing with their body clocks—and getting less sleep—ever since the Wizard of Menlo Park had his very bright idea. Indeed, our classic... […]
  • Mike Huckabee: ‘God’s blessing’ will make me president to stop the atheist ‘secular theocracy’
    Former Fox News host Mike Huckabee said on Thursday that if he was elected president then he would have “God’s blessing” to fight a so-called “secular theocracy” that had been imposed by atheists. During an appearance on the Christian Life Today program, Huckabee told... […]
  • Argentina’s president Cristina Fernandez admits critical prosecutor didn’t kill himself
    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – The death of a prosecutor investigating the bombing of a Jewish community center was not a suicide, as was initially reported, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez said on Thursday. Alberto Nisman, lead investigator into the 1994 attack on the AMIA Jewish center... […]
  • California measles outbreak jumps to 59 cases
    A rash of measles in California has infected 59 people, with 42 of those cases linked to an outbreak at the state’s Disney theme parks. Initial exposure to measles either occurred at Disneyland or Disney California Adventure Park, both in Anaheim, California, between December 15 and 20, 2014. Five... […]
  • Obama pushes childcare initiatives in Kansas after defiant State of the Union speech
    President Barack Obama finished up a two-day tour of the U.S. heartland on Thursday with a stop in a Democratic-leaning enclave of conservative Kansas to tout proposals to make childcare more affordable for those in need. Hoping to build momentum for social policies he laid out in a defiant State... […]
  • Drone loaded with drugs crashes near US-Mexico border
    A small drone carrying three kilos of synthetic drugs crashed in a shopping center in Tijuana, Mexico — just hundreds of feet from the California border, police said. The apparently remote-controlled drone apparently was brought down Wednesday by the weight of its cargo — six... […]
  • Abortion bill debacle shows nothing will stop Republicans from going full misogynist
    For those who have a sick love of watching clueless Republicans shoot themselves in the foot, the battle over a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks is delicious stuff. In sum, some Republican women basically shamed the House into dropping the vote for the bill, mostly because they’re... […]
  • Barrett Brown warns of ‘dangerous precedent’ as he’s sentenced to 63 months in prison
    In a rebuke to a legion of online supporters and what the journalist and one-time member of Anonymous called a “dangerous precedent”, Barrett Brown was sentenced to 63 months in prison by a federal judge in Dallas on Thursday. Brown’s backers from across the web had hoped he would be able to walk... […]
  • Wyoming lawmaker uses ‘Injuns’ slur to oppose Medicaid expansion for tribes: report
    A Wyoming newspaper is standing by its reporting that a state lawmaker used a racial slur to describe Native Americans while making a case against expanding Medicaid. The Rock Springs Rocket-Miner reported on Wednesday that during Tuesday testimony in the Wyoming legislature about expanding the... […]
  • Undocumented Latino migrants seek sanctuary in US churches
    Rosa Robles has defied a deportation order and remains in the United States – a tiny patch of it. The maid is confined to a Presbyterian church in Tucson, Arizona, and does not leave for fear of banishment to Mexico. “If I step out of here anything can happen,” she said, seated in the windowless... […]

Palestinians Are Terrorists – Newt Gingrich

2012 Republican Presidential candidate said the Palestinians were ‘invented people’ and went further with outrageous terrorism statements. The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur on why statements like this hurt the peace process with Israel.

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