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  • Tepco to suspend decommissioning works at Fukushima plant during G7 Summit
    Tepco announced they are going to suspend the decommissioning works at Fukushima plant during G7 summit. Tepco states it is to minimize the risk but it proves that the entire The post Tepco to suspend decommissioning works at Fukushima plant during G7 Summit appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Radioactive material from Fukushima plant coming back to Japan in the Pacific
    Prof. Aoyama from Institute of Environmental Radioactivity of Fukushima University reported that the radioactive material discharged from Fukushima plant circulated in the Pacific to come back to Japan offshore. He The post Radioactive material from Fukushima plant coming back to Japan in the Pacific appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Tepco’s ordinary income increased by 57 percent for FY 2015
    On 4/28/2016, Tepco announced they had the remarkable growth in their ordinary profit for FY 2015.   According to Tepco, their Operating Revenues for FY 2015 dropped by 10.8% from The post Tepco’s ordinary income increased by 57 percent for FY 2015 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Fukushima city government donated 10,000 bottles of their tap water to Kumamoto city
    On 4/18/2016, Fukushima city Waterworks Bureau donated 10,000 bottles of their tap water to Kumamoto city. Kumamoto city is one of the main disaster areas of 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes. Fukushima The post Fukushima city government donated 10,000 bottles of their tap water to Kumamoto city appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Ministry of the Environment plans to recycle 90 percent of contaminated soil in Fukushima but no technology
    MOE (Ministry of the Environment) estimated 90% of contaminated soil can be reused in Fukushima prefecture by 3/30/2016. Currently interim storage facility stocks 22,000,000 m3 of radioactive contaminated soil. MOE The post Ministry of the Environment plans to recycle 90 percent of contaminated soil in Fukushima but no technology appeared first on Fukushima […]
  • 333 of 522 children diagnosed worse than A2 in Kashiwa city Chiba
    Following up this article.. 112 of 173 children diagnosed with thyroid abnormality in Kashiwa city Chiba [URL]   On 3/23/2016, Kashiwa city government of Chiba announced 333 of 522 children were The post 333 of 522 children diagnosed worse than A2 in Kashiwa city Chiba appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • M6.1 hit western Japan / JMA “Connection with a potential great earthquake is not known”
    According to JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency), M6.1 occurred offshore Mie prefecture at 11:39 of 4/1/2016 (JST). It affected the large area of mid-western Japan. The maximum seismic intensity was 4. The post M6.1 hit western Japan / JMA “Connection with a potential great earthquake is not known” appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 650Bq/Kg of I-131 still measured from sewage sludge of Fukushima
    (Photo) Radioactive sewage sludge storaged at sewage plant. Posted by Fukushima prefectural government.    High level of I-131 was measured for 11 days this January in dry sewage sludge, Fukushima The post 650Bq/Kg of I-131 still measured from sewage sludge of Fukushima appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 2,029,900,000 Bq of Cs-134/137 leaked as contaminated water in Fukushima plant
    According to Tepco, a leakage detector of waste incineration building went off around noon of 3/23/2016. Tepco reports the leaked volume was 5.3 t. The leaked contaminated water was from The post 2,029,900,000 Bq of Cs-134/137 leaked as contaminated water in Fukushima plant appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Tepco to scan Reactor 2 with Muon again after Nagoya uni already confirmed nothing remaining
    Photo : Muon detecting system installed for Reactor 2. 3/16/2016.   Following up this article.. Nagoya Uni “Significantly small amount of fuel remaining in Reactor 2″ / No announcement about underground The post Tepco to scan Reactor 2 with Muon again after Nagoya uni already confirmed nothing remaining appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Saudi Financial Trouble Means US Financial Trouble, Fed Rate Hike Fake-Out, Bernie Beats Clinton-Again
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com 5.20.16 (WNW 238)  Saudi Arabia is in deep financial trouble, and that spells financial trouble for the U.S. Let’s connect the dots. Shall we?  The Senate just passed a bill that releases 28 secret pages from the 9/11 Report, and it also allows the families sue the Kingdom if it was […]Related Posts:Elites Know Economy in Dee […]
  • Global Elite Making Preparations for Post-Dollar World-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby says his rich clients around the planet are bracing for an inevitable economic calamity. Kirby explains, “The people I know, that I would say are at the higher level of the food chain in the global world of finance, are hunkered down and making very serious preparations.  […]Related Posts:Globa […]
  • Multiple Collapse Triggers Everywhere-V the Guerilla Economist
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) “V” the “Guerilla Economist” fears another global financial collapse “every day and every night.” “V” explains, “Economically speaking . . . What I see is it’s not one event. There are multiple triggers everywhere.  If Deutsche Bank goes belly up tonight . . . that could send a cascade of […]Related Posts: […]
  • Global War Tensions Rise, Economy Getting Worse and MSM Totally Unfair to Trump
    Greg Hunter USAWatchdog.com Weekly News Wrap-Up 5.13.16 (WNW 237)  There was a new missile defense system installed in Romania. The U.S. says it is to protect Europe from an attack from a “rogue state.”  Russia says this new missile defense site is a “direct threat to global and regional security.”  Russia also says this is […]Related Posts:Obama’s State of […]
  • Trump is Free to Throw Mud on Clinton-Catherine Austin Fitts
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Former Bush Administration (41) Assistant Secretary of Housing, Catherine Austin Fitts, says this presidential election will be most painful for Hillary Clinton. Fitts explains, “Here’s the thing, Clinton has never had to answer for the real deal issues and dirt on the Clintons.  Here’s what’s interesting.  One of the reason […]
  • Silent Coup Beginning to Overtake America Now-Larry Nichols
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Former Clinton insider Larry Nichols has worked with, and now against, the Clintons. Nichols has some of the top political and financial connections on the planet.  Nichols hopes the public is finally realizing the enormous power struggle going on.  Nichols explains, “There is no two-party system in the United States of […]R […]
  • Most Dangerous Stock Market in History-Michael Pento
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Money manager and financial expert Michael Pento says every corner of the globe is in economic trouble. Pento contends, “I think we are going to have a global synchronized collapse amongst the developed world economies: Europe, Japan, the United States and China, and you should be hedging against this market. Don’t […]Related […]
  • Very Big Correction for All Markets Coming-Alasdair Macleod
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Financial expert Alasdair Macleod says the most important economic news concerns the U.S. dollar. Macleod explains, “I think the most important point is actually the dollar has turned.  The panic move into the dollar by miners and producers of raw material . . . was driving the dollar […]Related Posts: […]
  • Economy Rotten-Like Apple Sales, Russia US Moving Towards Conflict, MSM Unfair to Trump
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 236 4.29.16) The economy is rotten just like Apple iPhone sales numbers. For the first time in 10 years, Apple reported its first quarterly sales drop for their popular iPhone. No, it’s not the end of the world, but it’s a sign there is trouble in the economy.  Sure, Facebook […]Related Posts:Greek Deal Not a Deal, Iran […]
  • Dollar Selling Panic Coming-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Economist John Williams has long predicted the $16 trillion in U.S. dollar assets held outside of America will be sold in a panic. The time draws near for that scenario to unfold, and Williams explains, “When people start selling the dollar, or dollar denominated assets, you will see the value of […]Related Posts:New Recessi […]
  • No. 807: CPI, Real Retail Sales, Production, Housing Starts, Freight Index, FOMC and the Dollar
    (SGS Subscription required) • Ongoing and Intensifying Economic Downturn Continues, Despite Some April Fluff, Unusual Seasonals and One-Time Factors • Domestic Freight Index Continued to Show Crashing Activity • Two Consecutive, Annual Declines in Quarterly Industrial Production Never Have Been Seen Outside of Formal Recessions, and First-Quarter 2016 Is on […]
  • No. 806: April Retail Sales and the Producer Price Index
    (SGS Subscription required) • Intensifying Economic Downturn Continues • Nominal Retail Sales Jump Reflected Rising Inflation and a One-Time, Unsustainable Monthly Boost in Auto Sales • April 2016 PPI Goods Inflation Rose by 0.19%, PPI Services Profit Margins Rose by 0.09%, Leaving Aggregate Final-Demand PPI Inflation Up by 0.18% • April’s Monthly Constructi […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date     Wednesday, May 18, 2016 CPI Housing Starts Real Retail Sales […]
  • Commentaries News
    The next regular Commentary, scheduled for Thursday, May 26th will cover April New Orders for Durable Goods and New- and Existing-Home Sale, followed by a Commentary on May 27th reviewing the first revision to first-quarter 2016 GDP.  A special Supplemental Commentary will follow tomorrow, May 20th, previewing the GDP revision and reviewing the significant a […]
  • No. 805: April Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Negative Economic Conditions Traditionally Weigh Heavily Against the Incumbent Party Holding the White House • Payroll and Unemployment Details Showed Some Catch-Up in Heavily Distorted Reporting • Annual Payroll Growth Fell to a 23-Month Low • April Payroll Gain of 160,000 Jobs Was Heavily Overstated; Full-Time Employed Dropped […]
  • No. 804: Trade Deficit, Construction Spending, Retail Sales and Other Revisions
    (SGS Subscription required) • First-Quarter 2016 Real Merchandise Trade Shortfall Was Deepest Since Third-Quarter 2007 • Narrowing of March 2016 Monthly Trade Deficit Reflected Weakening Demand for Consumer Goods • First-Quarter Construction Spending Revised Sharply Lower • Volatile Real Spending Remained in Non-Recovery, Ongoing Low-Level Stagnation • Annua […]
  • No. 803: First-Quarter 2016 GDP, Velocity of Money, FOMC
    (SGS Subscription required) • First-Quarter GDP Growth of 0.5% Was Absolute Nonsense • Residential Investment Contributed 0.5% of the 0.5% Headline Growth, Yet, Housing Starts Contracted Quarter-to-Quarter • Annual and Quarterly GDP Growth Slowed to Two-Year Lows • Meaningful Downside Revisions Loom for the GDP • Declining Velocity of Money Reflected Slowing […]
  • No. 802: March New Orders for Durable Goods, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Durable Goods Orders Contracted Quarter-to-Quarter Both in Fourth-Quarter 2015 and First-Quarter 2016 • New- and Existing-Home Sales Continued in Non-Recovery with Smoothed, Low-Level and Down-Trending Stagnation • Three-Month Moving Average of Confidence Tumbled to a 16-Month Low […]
  • No. 801: March Housing Starts, First-Quarter GDP Outlook
    (SGS Subscription required) • First-Quarter 2016 Housing Starts Turned Negative, for a Second Consecutive Quarterly Decline • Headline Quarterly Contractions Are in Place for First-Quarter Industrial Production, Real Retail Sales and Housing Starts • GDP Expectations Likely Will Shift to a Quarterly Downturn; Headline Reporting Likely Will Follow the Consens […]
  • No. 800: March Industrial Production, Economic Review
    (SGS Subscription required) • Economic Activity Is Deteriorating Rapidly, Not Improving • First-Quarter 2016 Annual Contraction of 1.7% (-1.7%) in Production Followed a 1.6% (-1.6%) Year-to-Year Drop in Fourth-Quarter 2015 • That Pattern of Consecutive Annual Quarterly Declines Never Has Been Seen Outside of a Formal Recession, Since the Industrial Productio […]

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  • Al Qaeda Goes to Syria: How to Build an Emirate Overnigh
    Let’s try a thought experiment. Suppose you want to create your own army in say, Syria. You live in Pakistan. You are also a listed terrorist organization allegedly being hunted by multiple nations around the world including both the United States and the EU. How do you suppose you “move” to Syria and build your […]
  • Lost Helicopter: Turkey’s War Against the Kurds Will Soon Have a Different Target
    Imagine you are working as press officer for the Turkish Ministry of Defence or Foreign Affairs. How do you deal with the recent shooting down of the helicopter? According to Russian information sources Ankara has acknowledged conducting airstrikes on alleged PKK targets in Iraq. The Turkish military has also continued targeting Kurds inside the country […]
  • On the Results of the Seventh Convention
    On May 6-9, Pyongyang hosted the Seventh Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea. In the run-up to the congress, experts of different degrees of involvement made various predictions. On average, Korean studies experts maintained that the congress would be just another event in the life of North Korea. Some “generalists,” on the other hand, […]
  • Thailand: Big Hopes for New Economic Ties with Russia
    During the upcoming Russia-ASEAN Summit (May 19-20) to be held in Sochi, Russia, additional talks will be held with Southeast Asian nations seeking to bolster ties with Russia, who has until recently played a disproportionately minor role in Asia relative to the United States. Diversifying Economic Ties  It should be understood that Western special interests […]
  • On John Kerry’s hypocritical mission to Saudi Arabia
    While the U.S. has been blaming the House of Saud for allegedly supporting and funding Al-Qaeda and for its involvement in 9/11, it is still the House of Saud that the U.S. has to talk to ‘end’ the war in Syria. How logical of the U.S. policy makers! It is true that the war in […]
  • Abu Sayyaf—Most Notorious Militant Group in Philippines
    The final days of April broughtshocking news to the world: Filipino terrorist group Abu Sayyaf had executed a Canadian citizen, journalist and former employee of the mining company TVI Pacific, Inc. John Ridsdel. On September 21, 2015, he and four other tourists spending time at an upscale resort on the Philippine island of Samal were […]
  • Obama’s ‘Killer’ Policies May Be Carried On by His Political Twin
    Those American citizens that have put their trust in Barack Obama back when he was running for president must be infinitely disappointed while reading countless articles about Obama’s actual policies. These are not just failures, but incredibly deadly ones. For instance, Forbes would note that from 1999 to 2014 the suicide rate in the United States went […]
  • China Quietly Prepares Golden Alternative to Dollar System
    China, as current chair of the G-20 group of nations, called on France to organize a very special conference in Paris. The fact such a conference would even take place in an OECD country is a sign of how weakened the hegemony of the US-dominated Dollar System has become. On March 31 in Paris a […]
  • The Ceasefire Roulette Game Continues in Syria
    “Now remember, when things look bad and it looks like you’re not gonna make it, then you gotta get mean, mad-dog mean. ‘Cause if you lose your head and you give up then you neither live nor win. That’s just the way it is.” ~ Outlaw Josey Wales The big US coalition meeting today in […]
  • The TAPI Pipeline: Achievements and Obstacles
    Six month ago, in December 2015, the town of Mary in Turkmenistan witnessed a long-awaited occurrence significant not only for the country, but for the entire Central Asian region: the launch of the construction of the Turkmen section of TAPI (Turkmenistan–Afghanistan–Pakistan–India) gas pipeline. The parties signed an agreement on the construction of a gas […]
  • Egyptian Military Finds Debris, Personal Belongings From Crashed Airliner
    The Egyptian military said it has found EgyptAir Flight MS804 debris 290 km north of the Mediterranean coastal city of Alexandria. Egyptian army spokesman Brg. Gen. Mohammed Samir said on his verified Facebook page Friday that his military's search planes and vessels had discovered parts of the Airbus A320 along with some passengers' belongings.The […]
  • Futures Rise As Fed Fears Subside; Global Stocks Rebound From Six Week Lows
    It will be fitting, not to mention symmetric, if stocks which yesterday closed at 7 weeks lows and red for the year, end the week the same way they started it: with a rally on no news, just more hopes that oil (which as recently as two years ago none other than Chair Yellen said said would be be "unambiguously good" if lower) will continue rising. […]
  • We Are Raising Our Oil Target Again to 60 by July 4th (Video)
    By EconMatters   The internals for the Weekly EIA Report were solid and we are raising our outlook for price accordingly when combined with the recent global supply disruptions in production. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcaS8j8u4YM?feature=player_embedded] © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle    […]
  • The Biggest Bubbles: China vs. the U.S.
                  The Biggest Bubbles: China vs. the U.S. Written by Jeff Nielson (CLICK FOR ORIGINAL)       There is perhaps no other area where the tunnel-vision, hypocrisy, and corruption of the U.S. media is more visible than with respect to its nearly incessant China-bashing. Previous commentaries have exposed such vacuous drivel again and again and again. […]
  • Illinois State Workers, Highest Paid In Nation, Demand Up To 29% Wage Hikes
    Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.com, Illinois state workers, are the highest paid in the nation. Yet, despite the fact that Illinois is for all practical purposes insolvent, the AFSCME union demands four-year raises ranging from 11.5 to 29 percent, overtime after 37.5 hours of work per week, five weeks of vacation and enhanced health care coverage […]
  • Demand For Small Arms 'Protection' In Germany Explodes As Immigrant Fear Rises
    As the immigration crisis continues to intensify in Europe, Germans are buying protection - lots of it. Recall that last year, following a 600% surge in pepper spray purchases, the country actually ended up running out of the product. Shortly thereafter, following a wave of New Year's Eve attacks, small arms sales subsequently skyrocketed. Now we learn […]
  • First Italy, Now Greek Banks Being Investigated For 'Funding' Politicians, Media
    With Trump going after billionaire-funded media in America, and Italy facing probes over its banking-system-controlled media, it is perhaps no surprise that yet another generally corrupt nation - Greece - is facing a parliamentary committee investigation into spuriously large 'bank loans' and highly-concentrated advertising spend made to various po […]
  • NSA Participated In the Worst Abuses of the Iraq War
    You know the CIA was involved with some of the least savory aspects of the Iraq War. But the NSA got its hands dirty, as well. The Intercept reports: In the first months of the Iraq War, SIDtoday [an internal NSA newsletter] articles bragged about the NSA’s part in the run-up to the invasion and reflected the Bush administration’s confidence that Saddam Huss […]
  • China Furious After US Launches Trade War "Nuke" With 522% Duty
    Now that China's brief infatuation with "rationalizing" excess capacity in its massively glutted (and insolvent) steel sector is over after lasting all of 2-3 months, China is back to doing what it did in late 2015 (and what it has always done) when as we reported, a surge in Chinese exports led to the first salvos in the trade war between Chi […]
  • Is China A "House Of Cards"?
    Authored by Pepe Escobar, originally posted Op-Ed at SputnikNews.com, Let’s start by examining what the Dragon himself – President Xi Jinping – has to say about China being largely derided in influential Beltway circles as a House of Cards. Xi has forcefully dismissed the notion that a House of Cards power struggle has been raging at the rarified heights of  […]
  • The five most common reasons for airliner disasters
    News of any terrible air accident instantly raises questions about aircraft safety and the threat of terrorism. But until the facts are known, it is unwise to speculate on what might actually have caused a specific crash. What we do know is that there are several causes that are more likely to... […]
  • Name a cause advanced by religious extremists — and Ted Cruz is there
    On March 29, Ted Cruz and Utah Senator Mike Lee released a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch in which they accuse the Department of Justice of failing to use the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1994 to prosecute people who interfere with houses of worship. This article was... […]
  • Alabama’s only openly gay lawmaker drops a giant truth bomb on the transgender bathroom controversy
    With battles over the rights of transgender people to use public restrooms of their choice raging across the country, Alabama’s only openly gay lawmaker has penned a terrific op-ed for AL.com that dispels a lot of the myths surrounding transgender people. She starts out her piece by talking... […]
  • Here’s a new way to look at your vagina — and it might just save your life
    Oh vagina, how do I name thee? Let me count the ways. From private parts to lady bits, clunge to chuff, fanny to minge, yoni to yum yum, the list of names given to female genitalia is seemingly endless and often verging on the ridiculous. With vaginal metaphors and euphemisms depicting female... […]
  • Seth Meyers slams media coverage of Democratic primaries: ‘Bernie Sanders is not a zombie candidate’
    It’s nearly impossible for Bernie Sanders to overcome Hillary Clinton’s delegate lead, but Seth Meyers said the Vermont independent is still winning Democratic primaries and drawing huge crowds. Sanders is still aggressively campaigning, even stopping at a high school prom to pose for... […]
  • A war on coal is coming
    At a public hearing in Casper, Wyoming, on Tuesday, local coal miners and environmentalists squared off inside a spacious auditorium. Coal supporters slapped on stickers and bracelets reading “Friends of Coal” and hoisted posters saying “Coal = Jobs.” Coal’s critics dubbed themselves “Climate... […]
  • Hacker publishes video on how to hack the police
    The hacker responsible for leaking 400GB of data from Italian spyware firm Hacking Team has published a tutorial video showing those seeking to follow in his footsteps how to hack a police website. Known variously as Phineas Fisher, GammaGroupPR and Hack Back, the anonymous hacker published the... […]
  • YouTube blamed for falling artist revenues
    2015 was a “stellar year” for British music in all respects but one — revenue. Despite record sales and global acclaim, British artists earned less money last year than they did in 2014 and according to the body which represents record labels and promotes British music, there is only one thing to... […]
  • Where Donald Trump stands on gun rights
    Donald Trump believes no other American family loves the Second Amendment more than his own. The presumptive Republican nominee, who’s scheduled to speak at a major National Rifle Association event on Friday afternoon, says he is a proud member of the organization, even lauding his two adult sons... […]
  • Learning to live with obsessive thoughts
    Learning To Live With Obsessive Thoughts Think of your worst fear. Now imagine thinking about it all day every day. And not just thinking about it but feeling that this fear may come true—or is, in fact, already true. Now imagine dealing with this in a life of constant uncertainty. This is what it... […]
  • Archbishop of Canterbury warns racism is ‘deeply embedded’ in society
    England’s most senior Christian cleric has warned that racism is “deeply embedded in so much of our culture” as he urged politicians to take care with populist rhetoric. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said that Britain had “learned how to do racism” over the past 1,000 years and said,... […]
  • Original Beastie Boys member John Berry dies at 52
    John Berry, a founding member of the Beastie Boys , has died at the age of 52, Rolling Stone reported. The guitarist died at a hospice in Danvers, Massachusetts, early Thursday morning, his father John Berry III told the publication. Berry had suffered from frontal lobe dementia and his condition... […]
  • Uber jumps into the self-driving car race
    Uber is to begin testing self-driving cars on public roads in the U.S., the company announced on Thursday. The car-hailing company said in a blogpost that it is using a hybrid Ford Fusion as a test car for the company’s Advanced Technologies Center (ATC) in Pittsburgh. “Real-world testing is... […]
  • Ohio 13-year-old’s stepfather and stepbrother charged for keeping her chained in a basement for a year
    The stepfather and stepbrother of a Toledo, Ohio, girl were arrested on kidnapping charges on Thursday for keeping the 13-year-old captive and chained in their basement for as long as a year until she managed to escape, officials said. The stepfather, Timothy Ciboro, 53, a former Toledo... […]
  • The very idea of a President Trump scares some leaders in Asia
    Donald Trump’s ‘isolationist’ foreign policy pronouncements are feeding insecurity in some Asian nations fearful of China’s growing power, and risk emboldening nationalists and authoritarians in the region. The real estate developer, who is very close to securing the... […]
  • 7-Eleven worker becomes first woman to climb Mount Everest seven times
    A 42-year-old woman born in Nepal climbed Mount Everest for the seventh time on Friday, breaking her own record for the most summits of the world’s highest mountain by any woman, a hiking official said. Lhakpa Sherpa, who works in a 7-Eleven store in Connecticut, reached the 8,850-meter... […]
  • New report is ‘huge warning sign’ that desegregation has failed in US schools
    Report illuminates extent to which US schools are becoming more segregated, with more than 60% of schools with high levels of poor students racially divided When Terrance Green was a student at Detroit public schools starting in the 1980s, he celebrated his experience in the overwhelmingly black... […]
  • Colbert: Trump campaign is reality TV — and ‘GOP convention will be the series finale of America’
    Donald Trump has been famous for decades, but he gained his largest measure of celebrity as a reality TV star on “The Apprentice” — and he’s used many of the tricks he learned in that trade during his Republican presidential campaign. His campaign has frequently used reality... […]
  • RoboCop is real — and could be patrolling at a shopping mall near you
    There’s a new sheriff in town at the Stanford shopping center, and he has high-definition infra-red cameras and can process 300 license plates a minute At the Stanford shopping center in Palo Alto, California, there is a new sheriff in town – an egg-shaped robot. Outside Tiffany & Co, an... […]
  • Miltant who joined Ammon Bundy’s Oregon standoff pleads guilty to conspiracy
    A participant in the Oregon militia standoff at a wildlife refuge pleaded guilty to conspiring against the federal government on Thursday, making him the first of 26 jailed protesters to accept a deal with US prosecutors. Corey Lequieu, 46, pleaded guilty to using force, intimidation and threats to... […]
  • Owned by the State
    Can you feel it? Can you feel the chains encircling the world as you know it?
  • Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
    When the feds come knocking at your door and say they are taking your land because they have a better use for it than you have, what will your response be?
  • CDC, Vaccines and Autism
    This report details the alleged corruption on the part of CDC leadership to manipulate and change the findings of a CDC study published in a 2004 article in the journal Pediatrics.
  • Monsanto Lied: NO Approval in China for GM Soybeans
    China has not approved the import of Monsanto RR2 Xtend soybeans, and previous toxicology reports for RR soybeans were falsified.
  • New vaccines will permanently alter human DNA
    With vaccines that permanently alter human genetic makeup on the horizon, and given the corporate and government-agency penchant for secrecy, we are already inhabiting the Brave New World. It’s not a distant prospect.
  • America’s Potty Wars
    To pee or not to pee; that is the question… Or is it?
  • Poof! It’s Gone – The Disappearing Dollar
    Your account does not exist. Never did. Please re-enter your pass code…
  • American Taxpayers Forced to Promote GMOs
    According to the new agriculture spending bill, taxpayers will fund pro-GMO propaganda to the tune of 3 million dollars.
  • Why Cliven Bundy Isn’t WRONG
    Cliven Bundy was one of these people who received extremely unfair and unreasonable TERMS AND CONDITIONS. Keep in mind that Mr. Bundy was required to sign this contract before he was allowed to pay. Had Cliven signed on the dotted line, he would have, in essence, signed his very livelihood away.
  • GMOs and Pesticides: Ruining the Global Food Supply
    Will the people pushing for true organics sans GMOs be able to counter the effects of mass genetic contamination and pesticide pollution being spread worldwide by giant chemical corporations such as Monsanto, or is becoming GMO and chemical-free merely a pipe dream?

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