Listen Live

LIVE 1 pm - 3 pm est @ TME Radio Broadcasting

Call in number 1 888 747 1968

Listen Live: 24 Kbps - MP3

Listen Live: 64 Kbps - WinAmp

Listen Live: 24 Kbps - WMA ALSO ON KU Band Satellite. Galaxy 19 Frequency 12060 Polarization Horizontal .

Pure Effect

Anti-Radiation Water Filters

Gold and Silver Prices

Reload page to update. Price update every minute.

Archives

  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 9.26.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com The top story is the bombing campaign on ISIS in Syria and Iraq, but at this stage, it is mostly Syria.  The U.S. promises a “Long Campaign,” with the bombing of the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.  The Obama Administration has the support of other Arab nations, but the most […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 9.12.14Weekly […]
  • Iraq, Syria and Ukraine-Financial Gateways-Nomi Prins
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Best-selling author Nomi Prins says the trouble with Ukraine, Iraq and Syria are happening because they are what she calls the “gateways.”  Prins explains, “What I call the gateways are the countries in the world where political and financial strategy connect in respect to the United States and its bankers. . […]Related Post […]
  • A Run to Silver and Gold unlike Anything in History of Mankind-David Morgan
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Silver guru, David Morgan, says forget about the manipulated price suppression of the yellow and white metals.  It’s only a matter of time before the debt and derivative markets crash, catapulting precious metals prices exponentially higher.  Morgan explains, “The bigger problem all exists in the debt markets, and the debt ma […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 9.19.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com The U.S. is at war with ISIS, well, sort of.   ISIS is definitely at war with America.  ISIS produced a video warning of putting U.S. ground troops back in Iraq.  It looks like the President is listening to ISIS because he has said repeatedly that there will be no boots on […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 9.12.14Weekly Ne […]
  • Gold and Silver End Game Here-John Embry
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Investment strategist John Embry says the market manipulation in physical gold and silver is coming to an end.  How close?  Embry says, “I think we are very close now in the sense that the physical supplies of both gold and silver are being diminished at a fast clip.  I just saw […]Related Posts:Manipulation of Gold and Silv […]
  • Violent War Cycles-Global Economic Decline-Martin Armstrong
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Global economic expert Martin Armstrong says two big violent cycles are happening for the first time in 300 years.  Domestic and international unrest is consuming the world.  Armstrong contends, “Both of these cycles are converging at the same time, and this hasn’t happened since the 1700’s.  That was […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 9.12.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com America is at war in the Middle East.  President Obama came on national media this week and said ISIS terrorists in eastern Syria and western Iraq “will find no safe haven,” and he wants to “ultimately destroy ISIL.”  Of course, Secretary of State John Kerry said it really was not a […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.29.1 […]
  • Manipulation of Gold and Silver Definitely Ends This Year-Harvey Organ
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Harvey Organ has been on a personal mission to expose the “fraudulent manipulation” of the gold and silver markets since the late 1990’s.  Organ, who studies these markets daily, contends, “It’s definitely going to happen this year.”  Why does Organ think this?  Let’s start with the gold market.  Organ says, “You […]Related […]
  • SIPC Insurance Scam from Fraud Street-Professor Laurence Kotlikoff
    BY Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.  (Early Sunday Release) Renowned economics professor Laurence Kotlikoff says SIPC (Securities Investor Protection Corporation) is an insurance scam from Fraud Street. Dr. Kotlikoff contends, “If you look at the history of their response as it’s been discovered, they (SIPC) have been fighting tooth and nail never to pay a dollar. […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 9.5.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Once again, the Ukraine crisis is the top story.  There is a cease-fire between the pro-Russian separatists and Ukraine.  I hope this is a legitimate effort and not a tactic to stall for time until NATO can send in more troops.  I hope this is not a way to say well, […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.29.14Weekly News Wra […]
  • Maguire - Final Stages Of Historic Capitulation In Gold & Silver
    Today London metals trader Andrew Maguire told King World News that what we are seeing in the gold and silver markets is the final stages of a historic capitulation. Maguire also said there was a large buyer in the silver market. Below is what Maguire had to say in Part II of a series of interviews that has now been released on KWN. […]
  • Concerned About The Gold & Silver Smash - Just Read This
    Today King World News is featuring a piece by a man whose recently released masterpiece has been praised around the world, and also recognized as some of the most unique work in the gold market. Below is the latest exclusive KWN piece by Ronald-Peter Stoferle of Incrementum AG out of Liechtenstein. […]
  • Maguire - Stunning 650 Tons Of Gold Bought In Takedown
    Today London metals trader Andrew Maguire told King World News that a stunning 650 tons of physical gold has been purchased by sovereigns and central banks during the recent takedown in the gold market. Below is what London metals trader Maguire had to say in Part I of a series of interviews that will be released today on KWN. […]
  • Hathaway - Absolutely Stunning Developments In Gold
    Today a 42-year market veteran spoke with King World News about the absolutely stunning developments in the gold market. John Hathaway, who is one of the most respected institutional minds in the world today when it comes to gold, also discussed some of the record breaking events that are taking place in gold as well as the fuel that is now present for a maj […]
  • Global Market Collapse & Wealth Destruction Is Now Upon Us
    Today a 42-year market veteran warned King World News that a global market collapse and massive wealth destruction is now upon us. He also discussed the gold market. Below is what Egon von Greyerz, who is founder of Matterhorn Asset Management out of Switzerland, had to say in this extraordinary interview. […]
  • No. 662: Second-Quarter 2014 GDP -- Third Estimate
    (SGS Subscription required) • GDP Has Fully Reestablished Itself as the Most Worthless of Economic Series • Fluff and Guesstimates Dominated the Upside GDP Revision • Monthly Economic Reporting Should Turn Increasingly Negative […]
  • No. 661: "False Dawn," Hyperinflation, Durable Goods Orders, Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • A "False Dawn" It Is • Hyperinflation Forecast Remains in Play • Stock Crashes versus October Residual-Squirrelling Instincts • Durable Goods Orders Crashed 18.0% (-18.0%), Reversing July's 22.2% Surge, Dominated Again by Irregular Commercial-Aircraft Orders • Down for the Month, August Existing-Home Sales Were in […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Friday, September 26, 2014 GDP 2q2014 3rd Estimate 09/26/2014   Friday, October 03, 2014 Construction Spending […]
  • No. 660: Economic Review, August Housing Starts, Payroll Benchmark Revision
    (SGS Subscription required) • New Graphs Show Smoothed Housing Trends • Housing Starts Stagnant at Low Level of Activity, Never Recovered, Not Recovering • Payroll Employment Benchmark Revision Was Nil (Plus 7,000) • Longer-Term Economic Detail Shows Ongoing Collapse, Shorter-Term, Pre-Election Fluff Has Been Mixed • Why Is the Dollar Stronger and Gold Weake […]
  • No. 659: August CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings
    (SGS Subscription required) • With Some Double-Counting, Sharp Declines in Headline Inflation Boosted Monthly Real Retail Sales and Earnings • An Issue with Consistent Measurement of Gasoline Prices? • August Annual Inflation: 1.7% (CPI-U), 1.6% (CPI-W), 9.4% (ShadowStats) • Outlook Weakened for 2015 Social Security COLA […]
  • No. 658: Annual Income Survey, August PPI
    (SGS Subscription required) • Still No Relief Pending for the Economy or the Financial System • Changes in 2013 Real Median Household Income and Income Dispersion Were Not Statistically Significant • Stagnant Real Median Income Held at Post-Recession Low, Down 8.0% from Pre-Recession Peak, Lowest Since 1994, Below Levels of Late-1960s and Early-1970s • Incom […]
  • No. 657: August Industrial Production
    (SGS Subscription required) • August Production Decline Was on Top of Downside Revisions to July Activity • Plunge in Auto Manufacturing Highlighted Poor-Quality Seasonal Adjustments and Difficulties in Inventory Accounting […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary: is scheduled for Friday, October 3rd, covering September employment and unemployment, the August trade deficit and August construction spending.  For further detail on pending economic releases, see thee schedule. (LAST UPDATED September 26th)
  • No. 656: 2013 Consumer Expenditures, August Retail Sales, Gold
    (SGS Subscription required) • U.S. Economy Re-Entered Recession in 2013, Indicated by the BLS's Annual Consumer Expenditure Survey • 2013 Total Money Income Fell Even Before Inflation Adjustment • Physical Gold, a Life Preserver That Could See Action Soon • Day-to-Day Timing of a Great Financial Disaster Is a Tough Call, But the Alarm Bells Are Sounding […]
  • No. 655: August Payroll Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Payroll Jobs Growth Faltered in Context of Unusual Seasonal Factor Shifts • August Unemployment Rate: 6.1% (U.3), 12.0% (U.6), 23.2% (ShadowStats) • Downward Notch in Unemployment Rate Reflected Further Loss of Labor Force, Not the Unemployed Gaining Employment • U.3 Rate Was Less than 979 Unemployed People Shy of Holding at 6.2 […]

infolinks

Donate

Thank you ALL. Thank YOU Thank You ~ John. I love you.

Donate to John Stokes

Donate to Webmistress

Gas prices nationwide. Check for cheapest in your area.


National Average Price
Powered by Automotive.com



“Faces of The Fallen” ~ Never Forget. They are not a Number

These are the faces of the men and women who have died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Click the link here: http://apps.washingtonpost.com/national/fallen/

http://www.stevequayle.com/imgs/ad-stephsm.jpg
Steve Quale

Veterans Today

  • VetLikeMe September 25, 2014
                                   Déjà Vu All Over Again? By: Edward T. DeLisle As a child growing up just outside of New York City, I was a big New York Yankees fan.  My grandfather used to love telling me stories about how far Mickey Mantle could hit a ball and what a tremendous pitcher Whitey […]
  • NEO – True Heroes Behind the Kiev Ceasefire
    - Jim W. Dean..."We need to make America's state sponsored terrorism a fall campaign issue on the Dems and Repubs doing the AIPAC Zombie walk on Ukraine."
  • Sandy Hook: No Murders in Newtown in 2012
    Sandy Hook: No Murders in Newtown in 2012 / ”ThePower Hour” and Alex Jones interviews   by Jim Fetzer (with Wolfgang Halbig) “[I]t was very difficult to take seriously the idea that her grandson had been attending a school that had long since been abandoned. . . .”–Jim Fetzer Wolfgang and I were featured on “The […]
  • Student Veterans Face Tough Transition on Campus
    Senior Steven Chickos was home for less than a month after serving three years in the U.S. Marine Corps, before coming to UNC — and the transition was hard on the infantryman.
  • Reactions to Obama’s UN Address
    A separate article discussed it. He didn't surprise. Demagogic mumbo jumbo Big Lies drowned out truth.
  • Where have all the Flower Power Protesters Gone?
    This past August the 45th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival took place, and I was so glad I did not have to see any news coverage of the event on the national nightly news.
  • Ukrainian singer Ruslana: “A visit to Donetsk was an eye-opener”
    - Jim W. Dean..."The atrocity stories are beginning to come out now, mostly attributed to the Right Sector and Oligarch funded battalions."
  • Video: Role of other countries in airstrikes against ISIL
    - "David Schenker is with one of the Israeli connected front groups in DC, paid for by borrowed American taxpayer funding to keep the gravy train going." […]
  • What’s Going on with Young Vets in the Labor Market?
    Given the risks they endure, it is troubling to think that many military veterans are having trouble entering the civilian labor market.
  • Veterans Detail VA Hospital Problems
    Veterans cried about how they were treated, worried whether they would live to see Christmas and reported identity mix-ups that had nurses mismatching drugs at the VA hospital in Nashville, which has some of the nation's longest wait times to see doctors.
  • Are the Ukraine talks a NATO ploy?
    We all welcomed on Monday the announcement that Kiev forces were going to withdraw artillery and armor to a buffer zone 18 miles away from shelling distance of the New Republic Defense Forces. But the situation still remains murky with not only the two different voices we are hearing coming out of Kiev, but with […]
  • Organized Crime – Major Threat of the 21st Century
    In recent years, a growing number of European experts based on their conducted analysis of the activity of transnational organized crime groups (OCG) have come to the conclusion that OCG activities have become the major threat of the 21st century. This threat is considered to be much greater than the threat of terrorist attacks, which […]
  • The United States is becoming increasingly bogged down in the Middle East
    On the night of September 25, the United States Air Force, supported by a number of Arab countries (Saudi Arabia and the UAE) launched air strikes on oil fields controlled by the “Islamic State” in Syria. The air raids took place near the Syrian city of Manbij 65 kilometers north-east of Aleppo. Earlier, Syrian Foreign […]
  • Supporting the Houthis – Who stands behind Yemen’s new dissidents?
    Just as Yemen was set to turn the corner on its much publicized and let’s face it, rather challenging transition of power, this poorest nation of the Arabian Peninsula has been gripped by what can only be described as a second revolutionary wave. If 2011 saw the rise of radical Islamists in the coming into […]
  • US Biodefense: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing.
    In The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The  Case for a Domestic Conspiracy, author Graeme MacQueen ties together a considerable breadth of evidence related to both the attacks of September 11, 2001 and to the subsequent anthrax letters, weaving together a tapestry which is compelling and logically coherent. The anthrax letters, also known as the anthrax attacks or [ […]
  • The US Сannot Вefeat the Islamic State with Air Strikes Alone
    The aircraft of the United States’ “partners” of the “coalition” to combat ISIL launched new strikes on the positions of groups in Syria during the night of September 24. In total there were 14 strikes by fighters, bombers, drones, and “Tomahawk” cruise missiles. The operation destroyed or damaged several ISIL targets in the vicinity of Raqqa in […]
  • America’s “Game” of Wars and Interventions
    Since at least the end of the Second World War, the US has been directly and indirectly fostering, aiding, funding and training fighting militias and groups in different regions of the world to further its own interests. However, the irony of this policy is that in most of the cases, the US ended up fighting, […]
  • Why the Scots Chose To Wear Their Chains With Pride
    We live in an age of decolonisation, in which big empires have broken up and more and more independent states are coming on to the map. It might therefore seem surprising that Scotland has just voted against independence. In fact, it might just have done the opposite. Unlike Wales and Ireland, Scotland was never actually […]
  • Yemen can Ignite the whole Middle East
    At the end of last week after breaking through the defenses of the Yemeni security forces around the capital, groups of armed Houthi rebels entered Sana’a and began moving towards the center of the city. They launched strikes at the building of the security forces and the national television, claiming the lives of up to […]
  • Syria: White House is Gambling with US Security
    The United States along with it its regional allies started bombing Syria on September 22, which has put the Middle East region on the brink of a new major conflict. The US plan of carrying out aerial bombardments against militants of the Islamic state in Syria was supported by five Arab states – the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Bahrain. […]
  • Key unions slam Air France pilots strike
    Key industry unions have condemned as “catastrophic” a crippling strike by pilots of the second-largest European flag carrier Air France.
  • Unspoken consequence of bombing Syria
    Now that U.S. bombs are falling in Syria, will Islamic extremism be stopped in its tracks? Such a question is an insult to the intellect, yet it’s the dominant theory in Washington D.C., where years of Middle East war have taught politicians nothing.  […]
  • Israel uses teargas against Palestinians
    Israeli troops have clashed with Palestinians protesting Israel’s continuous settlement activities in the occupied West Bank. […]
  • Taliban behead dozens in Afghanistan
    Taliban militants have beheaded dozens of Afghan civilians and burnt their homes in the country’s eastern province of Ghazni.
  • Ground troops may fight against ISIL
    US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey says that international troops would be deployed in Iraq to fight against ISIL if necessary. […]
  • 'Extremism spreads across globe'
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says “the danger of extremism” has spread across the globe.
  • Americans stand against US imperialism
    An American antiwar activist in California says that if Americans unite with people around the world against “US imperialism”, they can have a “profound effect” and “play an immense role” in global events.
  • No agreement on major issues: Araqchi
    A top Iranian negotiator in nuclear talks with the P5+1 group says the Islamic Republic and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany have not reached an agreement on major issues.
  • UK to join US-led anti-ISIL campaign
    British lawmakers have voted in favor of a motion that calls for the UK air force to join the US-led coalition in the campaign against ISIL militants in Iraq.
  • 'Obama can’t stand up to war machine'
    US President Barack Obama’s indecisive foreign policy is showing that he is easily manipulated and lacks the conviction or the fortitude to stand up to the establishment’s war machine, an international lawyer and political commentator says.  […]
  • Financial TV Media's Worst Nightmare: Robot Cheerleaders
    When it comes to the robotization of the workforce - especially those who proclaim they earn less than they are worth - we have grown used to the fast-food-worker being upstaged by technology. However, Murata Manufacturing Co. has unleashed the ultimate threat to every financial TV media's anchor... the world’s first cheerleading robots. With ratings pl […]
  • What Consumer-Facing CEOs Think: "It's Like Being At War"
    U.S. companies are taking a margin hit as they continue to cut prices amid intense competition, according to Bloomberg Briefs' Richard Yamarone. In this disinflationary environment, Yamarone notes that consumer-related businesses are raising red flags on the struggling household sector, especially those at the lower end of the income spectrum. Here are […]
  • The Escape Velocity Delusion: Running Out Of "Next Year"
    Submitted by Alhambra Partners' Jeffrey Snider via Contra Corner blog, Reflections upon the past few years bring out valid criticisms about “being wrong.” I have made no secret that I favor the bearish interpretation of eventually the stock market, but immediately the economy. The erosion and attrition I describe does not look like anything seen before, […]
  • What Happens When A Money Printer Finally Crashes
    This is just too delightfully ironic to pass by. In a world in which nobody has any faith in the capital markets because over $10 trillion in central bank liquidity has been injected to prop out a fragile house of risk asset cards... ... the one place one should have faith (because let's face it: monetarism is the only religion that matters in today […]
  • Your 'New Normal' Life (In Pictures)
    Submitted by Stucky via The Burning Platform blog, You were born free … a bundle of tremendous potential. .   You were loved, and loved unconditionally. .   The concept of lack was foreign to you. .   As you grew you started to question the world around you. .   You hunted fireflies on warm summer nights and you put them in jars to light your room at night. […]
  • High-Yield Credit's Worst Week In 15 Months Sends Stocks Sliding
    This week's 35bps rise in high-yield credit spreads (or ~10%) is the worst since at least June of last year and anxiety spread through other asset-classes appropriately as cheap-buyback-funding and liquidity concerns weighed on all equities - most aggressively small caps. The Russell 2000 is down around 4% from FOMC (and for the year) even with today […]
  • ISIS Comes To America? Oklahoma Man Beheads Woman After Being Fired
    A man who had been fired from a food processing plant in an Oklahoma City suburb beheaded a woman with a knife and was attacking another worker when he was shot and wounded by a company official, police said Friday. As AP reports, while questioning the suspect's co-workers, investigators learned he had recently started trying to convert several employee […]
  • BofA Fears "This Would Exacerbate Any Equity Market Sell-Off"
    With over half of all the stocks in the Russell 2000 and Nasdaq already in a bear market, US equity market indices are becoming increasingly driven by a highly concentrated set of stocks that lack any relationship to macro factors. As BofA shows in the charts below, participation in the record-high exuberance in stocks is waning... and waning fast...   S […]
  • S&P Warns On Germany As Anti-Euro Political Party Soars In Popularity
    Submitted by Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, The German political party known as the AfD, or “Alternative for Germany,” first came to my attention a year ago. Upon reading about it, I became so interested in this new party (it has only been around since early 2013) that I composed a post titled: Anti-Euro Party in Germany Makes Significant Headway i […]
  • The Rise In Volatility
    Submitted by Louis Gave via Evergreen Gavekal, First it was the foreign exchange markets, then commodities, followed by fixed income markets. Now it’s the equity markets. Wherever we look, volatility has been creeping higher. To some extent, this is not surprising. At the end of the US Federal Reserve’s first round of quantitative easing, and at the end of Q […]
  • Alabama Republican: Vote for GOP candidate for sheriff or Obama will impose martial law
    A Republican donor sent a letter to voters in DeKalb County, Alabama in which she encouraged them to vote for the GOP candidate just in case President Barack Obama suspends the 2016 elections and seizes dictatorial power, Mother Jones reports. “Obama is determined to be a dictator with the... […]
  • John Fugelsang Twitter trolls Limbaugh fans by strafing them with Rush’s racist quotes
    On Friday, writer and comedian John Fugelsang went on an epic Twitter tirade in which he posted quote after racist quote from conservative entertainer and AM talk radio titan Rush Limbaugh. Earlier in the day, Fugelsang joked about Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation by predicting... […]
  • Bundy of the Buds: CA teen siphoned off 1.5 million gallons of community’s water for his weed crop
    A nineteen-year-old man has been arrested by Madera Country sheriffs after they discovered he had been siphoning off water for his marijuana plants growing  on a hillside near Yosemite Lakes Park in drought-stricken California. According to the Madera County Sheriffs Department Facebook page, the... […]
  • New York grand jury to hear evidence in police choke hold death
    A grand jury will begin hearing evidence next week in the controversial case of Eric Garner, who died after New York police put him in a banned choke hold. The July 17 death of Garner, a 43-year-old black father of six, spurred national debate over how U.S. police treat minorities. The issue... […]
  • New York postman accused of hoarding 2,500 pounds of mail
    Tens of thousands of letters, packages and junk mail found stashed in a U.S. postal carrier’s New York City apartment will soon get delivered, some of them nearly a decade after they were mailed, prosecutors said on Friday. Joseph Brucato, 67, a carrier with the United States Postal Service... […]
  • Border Patrol agent arrested for punching detained 15-year-old Mexican boy
    A U.S. Border Patrol agent has been arrested on an assault charge over accusations he punched a Mexican teenager after confiscating the 15-year-old’s cellphone at an Arizona immigration station, officials said on Friday. Nogales Border Patrol agent Aldo Francisco Arteaga, 35 turned himself in... […]
  • Revealed: Unapproved GM wheat is growing in Montana
    A strain of genetically modified wheat never approved for sale or consumption in the United States was discovered growing in Montana in July, officials with the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Friday. The announcement of a new incident came as USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection... […]
  • FBI investigating possible Islamic link to Oklahoma food plant beheading
    An Oklahoma man attacked two former coworkers Thursday afternoon with a knife and beheaded one of the women, police said. Authorities said 30-year-old Alton Nolen had been fired from a food distribution plant in Moore but returned in his car, struck another vehicle, and stabbed 54-year-old Colleen... […]
  • Gay-hating, neo-confederate ammosexual threatens Moms Demand Action on Facebook
    An open carry advocate threatened members of a gun control advocacy group on Facebook telling them “We will drive you away by force,” before suggesting they “get back in the kitchen,” according to Liberaland. Tyler Lance Craddock of Shepherdsville, Kentucky, was recently... […]
  • WATCH: Robotic octopus is even better than the real thing
    Studying the movements of creatures in the natural world is very useful to robotics as the latest version of a robotic octopus from Greece shows. But real octopodes could also learn from their robotic cousin, which uses its octopus-inspired anatomy to propel itself in new ways.... […]
  • Michele Bachmann to Obama: Islam is the problem and you need to ‘declare war on it’
    At the 2014 Value Voters Summit, Minnesota Representative Michele Bachmann (R) claimed that there is no such thing as “moderate” Islam, and that President Barack Obama failed the American people by deciding not to declare war on it. Speaking of her appointment to the House Permanent... […]
  • Inside the New York Federal Reserve Bank: Secret recordings and a culture clash
    Barely a year removed from the devastation of the 2008 financial crisis, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York faced a crossroads. ... […]
  • US grew by 4.6 percent in second quarter, best pace since 2011
    The US economy grew at the fastest pace since 2011 in the second quarter, 4.6 percent, far offsetting the first-quarter’s dive as the recovery picks up, revisions showed Friday. Gross domestic product surged at an annual rate of 4.6 percent, the Commerce Department said, revising its previous... […]
  • Former US official indicted over lavish Las Vegas conference
    A federal grand jury has indicted a former official who headed the federal General Services Administration unit that came under fire for holding a lavish Las Vegas conference in 2010. The San Francisco grand jury charged Jeffrey Neely, 59, on Thursday with filing false expense reports claiming he... […]
  • Pennsylvania police swarm abandoned inn in search for ambush suspect
    Pennsylvania state police swarmed through a long-abandoned resort complex in the Pocono Mountains on Friday as the two-week manhunt for a survivalist suspected in shooting two troopers shifted its focus to the sprawling property. The search for Eric Matthew Frein, who police said killed one officer... […]
  • Owners of Connecticut’s ‘Mystic Pizza’ fined over unpaid wages
    The Connecticut restaurant that was the setting of the 1988 movie “Mystic Pizza,” which helped launched Julia Roberts’ career, has been cited by state labor authorities who found it owed employees $105,000 in back pay and unpaid overtime. Located in the touristy port town of... […]
  • US tells citizens to leave Yemen, reduces embassy staff
    The United States told its citizens in Yemen to leave and said it was reducing the number of U.S. government staff there due to political unrest and fears of a possible military escalation. President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi has said Yemen may be heading for civil war after Houthi rebels overran the... […]
  • Louisiana police shoot, kill on-duty fellow officer after he takes his wife hostage
    A St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff Department officer was shot and killed by fellow deputies after a domestic disturbance at his daughter’s home led to a hostage standoff, the Times-Picayune reports. Deputies responded to a 911 call shortly before 2 p.m. on Tuesday at the house where the... […]
  • Rabbi claims ‘soup Nazi’ kicked him out of gyro shop: ‘Jews are cheap and small’
    A Mississippi rabbi said he was kicked out of an eatery after the owner learned he was Jewish. Rabbi Ted Riter said he went Tuesday for lunch to Wraps gyro shop at a Jackson strip mall, where he ordered a Greek salad, reported the Jackson Clarion Ledger. “A full size or a Jewish size” Riter said... […]
  • Dirty tricks: Koch-backed group mails out misleading voter registration info in NC
    An election mailer sent out to North Carolina voters  by a Koch brothers-backed advocacy group contains misleading and incorrect voter registration information that may suppress voting, reports  the News Observer. The information contained on a  “official application form” was sent to potential... […]

Not Found

Sorry, but you are looking for something that isn't here.

  • Alabama Republican: Vote for GOP candidate for sheriff or Obama will impose martial law
    A Republican donor sent a letter to voters in DeKalb County, Alabama in which she encouraged them to vote for the GOP candidate just in case President Barack Obama suspends the 2016 elections and seizes dictatorial power, Mother Jones reports. “Obama is determined to be a dictator with the... […]
  • John Fugelsang Twitter trolls Limbaugh fans by strafing them with Rush’s racist quotes
    On Friday, writer and comedian John Fugelsang went on an epic Twitter tirade in which he posted quote after racist quote from conservative entertainer and AM talk radio titan Rush Limbaugh. Earlier in the day, Fugelsang joked about Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation by predicting... […]
  • Bundy of the Buds: CA teen siphoned off 1.5 million gallons of community’s water for his weed crop
    A nineteen-year-old man has been arrested by Madera Country sheriffs after they discovered he had been siphoning off water for his marijuana plants growing  on a hillside near Yosemite Lakes Park in drought-stricken California. According to the Madera County Sheriffs Department Facebook page, the... […]
  • New York grand jury to hear evidence in police choke hold death
    A grand jury will begin hearing evidence next week in the controversial case of Eric Garner, who died after New York police put him in a banned choke hold. The July 17 death of Garner, a 43-year-old black father of six, spurred national debate over how U.S. police treat minorities. The issue... […]
  • New York postman accused of hoarding 2,500 pounds of mail
    Tens of thousands of letters, packages and junk mail found stashed in a U.S. postal carrier’s New York City apartment will soon get delivered, some of them nearly a decade after they were mailed, prosecutors said on Friday. Joseph Brucato, 67, a carrier with the United States Postal Service... […]
  • Border Patrol agent arrested for punching detained 15-year-old Mexican boy
    A U.S. Border Patrol agent has been arrested on an assault charge over accusations he punched a Mexican teenager after confiscating the 15-year-old’s cellphone at an Arizona immigration station, officials said on Friday. Nogales Border Patrol agent Aldo Francisco Arteaga, 35 turned himself in... […]
  • Revealed: Unapproved GM wheat is growing in Montana
    A strain of genetically modified wheat never approved for sale or consumption in the United States was discovered growing in Montana in July, officials with the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Friday. The announcement of a new incident came as USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection... […]
  • FBI investigating possible Islamic link to Oklahoma food plant beheading
    An Oklahoma man attacked two former coworkers Thursday afternoon with a knife and beheaded one of the women, police said. Authorities said 30-year-old Alton Nolen had been fired from a food distribution plant in Moore but returned in his car, struck another vehicle, and stabbed 54-year-old Colleen... […]
  • Gay-hating, neo-confederate ammosexual threatens Moms Demand Action on Facebook
    An open carry advocate threatened members of a gun control advocacy group on Facebook telling them “We will drive you away by force,” before suggesting they “get back in the kitchen,” according to Liberaland. Tyler Lance Craddock of Shepherdsville, Kentucky, was recently... […]
  • WATCH: Robotic octopus is even better than the real thing
    Studying the movements of creatures in the natural world is very useful to robotics as the latest version of a robotic octopus from Greece shows. But real octopodes could also learn from their robotic cousin, which uses its octopus-inspired anatomy to propel itself in new ways.... […]
  • Michele Bachmann to Obama: Islam is the problem and you need to ‘declare war on it’
    At the 2014 Value Voters Summit, Minnesota Representative Michele Bachmann (R) claimed that there is no such thing as “moderate” Islam, and that President Barack Obama failed the American people by deciding not to declare war on it. Speaking of her appointment to the House Permanent... […]
  • Inside the New York Federal Reserve Bank: Secret recordings and a culture clash
    Barely a year removed from the devastation of the 2008 financial crisis, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York faced a crossroads. ... […]
  • US grew by 4.6 percent in second quarter, best pace since 2011
    The US economy grew at the fastest pace since 2011 in the second quarter, 4.6 percent, far offsetting the first-quarter’s dive as the recovery picks up, revisions showed Friday. Gross domestic product surged at an annual rate of 4.6 percent, the Commerce Department said, revising its previous... […]
  • Former US official indicted over lavish Las Vegas conference
    A federal grand jury has indicted a former official who headed the federal General Services Administration unit that came under fire for holding a lavish Las Vegas conference in 2010. The San Francisco grand jury charged Jeffrey Neely, 59, on Thursday with filing false expense reports claiming he... […]
  • Pennsylvania police swarm abandoned inn in search for ambush suspect
    Pennsylvania state police swarmed through a long-abandoned resort complex in the Pocono Mountains on Friday as the two-week manhunt for a survivalist suspected in shooting two troopers shifted its focus to the sprawling property. The search for Eric Matthew Frein, who police said killed one officer... […]
  • Owners of Connecticut’s ‘Mystic Pizza’ fined over unpaid wages
    The Connecticut restaurant that was the setting of the 1988 movie “Mystic Pizza,” which helped launched Julia Roberts’ career, has been cited by state labor authorities who found it owed employees $105,000 in back pay and unpaid overtime. Located in the touristy port town of... […]
  • US tells citizens to leave Yemen, reduces embassy staff
    The United States told its citizens in Yemen to leave and said it was reducing the number of U.S. government staff there due to political unrest and fears of a possible military escalation. President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi has said Yemen may be heading for civil war after Houthi rebels overran the... […]