Friday, October 18, 2019

18 October - Blogs I'm Following - 1 of 5

10:15 pm MDT

“If the nesting doll fits…”

nonnie9999 at HYSTERICAL RAISINS - 9 minutes ago
From NBC News: Hillary Clinton says she believes that the Russians have “got their eye on somebody who’s currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate.” In a recent interview, Clinton didn’t mention Democratic … Continue reading →

Trump Only Has Bad Days Now-- Although I Guess Some Are Worse Than Others

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 15 minutes ago
*Everybody ready for Halloween?* Assuming-- as you should-- that Mulvaney was speaking for the White House, he admitted that the aid to Ukraine was indeed held up as part of a quid pro quo. So everyone agrees that the military equipment was the *quid*; the only disagreement is what the *quo* was. That Trump was shown to be a liar doesn't seem to matter at the White House at this point. His supporters don't care and everyone else already knows everything he says is false anyway. *NY Times* congressional correspondent Nick Fandos tweeted that Adam Schiff's response to Mulvaney's admis... more »

Russia's Growing Influence In Africa

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 20 minutes ago
* **Oil, Military And Nuclear Tech: Russia’s Influence In Africa* Virtually all great powers have set their eyes on Africa as the continent’s global importance grows. Its population is set to double by 2050 and its economy is expected to expand significantly alongside its energy consumption. It is these projections that have driven Russia to invest heavily in strong relations in the region for when the continent’s explosive growth takes off. The Kremlin’s goal is to emulate China’s success in fostering economic, diplomatic, and military links with Africa. To become a... more »

Reuters/Ipsos Poll: Biden Expands Edge In U.S. Democratic Nomination Race

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 20 minutes ago
2020 presidential hopeful Joe Biden, speaking in 2015 when he was vice-president, will need to come up with a reality-based strategy to tackle China © Reuters *Reuters:* *Biden expands edge in U.S. Democratic nomination race: Reuters/Ipsos poll* NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former Vice President Joe Biden expanded his lead over more than a dozen other candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination this month as Congress looked into allegations that U.S. President Donald Trump tried to pressure a foreign leader to investigate him, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Frida... more »

Pork and sausage patties recalled over Salmonella fears

News Desk at Food Safety News - 41 minutes ago
George’s Prepared Foods, located in Caryville, TN, has recalled approximately 6,444 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) pork sausage patty and turkey sausage patty products that may be contaminated with Salmonella, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The ready-to-eat pork and turkey sausage patty items were produced on April 19,... Continue Reading

Multiple beef products recalled by Pride of Florida after testing positive for E. coli O157:H7

Dan Flynn at Food Safety News - 41 minutes ago
Pride of Florida, a Raiford, FL establishment, has recalled 64,797 pounds of raw beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157: H7, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The raw ground beef items were produced on various dates from Sept. 23, 2019 to Oct. 10, 2019.... Continue Reading

ROTHSCHILD family summary

Bob Dinn at balance10 - 1 hour ago
THE BLOODLINE OF THE ROTHSCHILDS 4-6-2008 ROTHSCHILD TALKS ABOUT THEIR DYNASTY Lord Rothschild in his book *The Shadow of a Great Man* quotes a letter sent from Davidson on June 24, 1814 to Nathan Rothschild, As long as a house is like yours, and as long as you work together with your brothers, not a house in the world will be able to compete with you, to cause you harm or to take advantage of you, for together you can undertake and perform more than any house in the world."(1) The closeness of the Rothschild brothers is seen in a letter from Saloman (Salmon) Rothschild to his br... more »

'I thought she was dead': Remarkable reunion sees couple tie knot 60 years after losing touch

Inga Stünzner at Just In - 1 hour ago
Tom never gave up hope that he would be reunited with the lost fiancee of his youth, diligently attending their graduate reunion every 10 years in the hopes Judith would be there.

Winx trainer says he couldn't watch 'sickening' racehorse slaughter footage

Just In - 1 hour ago
Leading racehorse trainer Chris Waller says he couldn't watch the vision of horses being slaughtered and abused in an abattoir, as protesters target major races in Sydney and Melbourne.

Athletes hit out at shoes worn by marathon record-breakers, claiming they are 'no longer a shoe'

Liam Butterworth at Just In - 1 hour ago
Eliud Kipchoge's stunning feat in breaking the two-hour marathon mark was the sixth time this year that runners wearing versions of a new Nike shoe have set records. Other athletes are complaining that the shoes offer "a clear mechanical advantage".

Johnson & Johnson recalls batch of baby talc in the US after asbestos find

Just In - 1 hour ago
The recall comes as Johnson & Johnson fights thousands of lawsuits over claims its baby powder product was contaminated with asbestos and that it caused cancer.

Hewson slams Coalition climate plan and backs agriculture to reduce emissions

Joshua Becker at Just In - 1 hour ago
The former Liberal leader takes aim at an "entrenched anti-climate sentiment" in the Coalition, telling a gathering of farmers that regenerative agriculture can offset a high amount of future emissions.

Meghan Markle admits she is not OK

Emily Sakzewski at Just In - 1 hour ago
The Duchess of Sussex says any woman, whether pregnant or with a newborn, feels vulnerable — and to go through it under intense media scrutiny has been "really challenging".

'99 job applications and 99 refusals': Finding work as a migrant in rural Australia

April McLennan at Just In - 1 hour ago
Before moving to Tasmania, Malak Abdou was a veterinarian in Egypt. Now working on a farm, he's one of the lucky ones.

Gecko invasion fries nursing home's air-conditioning unit

Gemma Sapwell at Just In - 1 hour ago
Repair specialists say it is part of a growing trend which has seen the invasive Asian house gecko destroying cooling systems across New South Wales and Queensland.

'You came into the wrong county': Texas sheriff offers reward in hunt for Australian's killers

Just In - 1 hour ago
Police are offering a $36,000 reward for information about the shooting death of former Sunshine Coast man Brenton Estorffe, releasing footage of a car driving away from the scene minutes after the shooting.

The Brexit Deal, The EU and the North American Trade Aspect…

sundance at The Last Refuge - 1 hour ago
Trying to find the details within the U.K-EU Brexit deal is more difficult than finding evidence of a Yeti. The negotiating team secrecy is inherent to the way the elites within the European systems work. Essentially the “betters” rule the … Continue reading →

Military Police Deployed As 500,000 Catalan Independence Protesters Shut Down Barcelona

Activist Post at Activist Post - 1 hour ago
By Tyler Durden Central Barcelona has reportedly been paralyzed as mass protests which international reports estimate to number over a half-million people are driven by outrage at... more »

The Army Is Building a Cannon Capable of Firing From Nashville to NYC

Activist Post at Activist Post - 1 hour ago
By Elias Marat The U.S. national defense budget is one of the most bloated in the world, with funding exceeding $1 trillion as the Pentagon... more »

J.D. Power Survey: “Consumers Terrified of Self-Driving Cars; Tesla and Rideshare Screwed”

Activist Post at Activist Post - 1 hour ago
By B.N. Frank The J.D. Power survey about consumer fears was released in August. Since then, an Uber whistleblower revealed AVs are NOT safer than... more »

More revelations on NZ’s corporate LG model that’s controlling the democracy of your local councils … from the stonewalled outgoing Mayor of Horowhenua

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 1 hour ago
After a very unfriendly ‘farewell’ if you could call it that, Horowhenua’s former Mayor, Michael Feyen, speaks out about what is really happening inside your local councils. RELATED: THE MAYOR WHO HAS HAD TO RUN HIS OWN MEDIA CAMPAIGN SHARES SOME INSIGHTS INTO THE CURRENT STATE OF LG IN NZ Stonewalled from the outset, this … Continue reading More revelations on NZ’s corporate LG model that’s controlling the democracy of your local councils … from the stonewalled outgoing Mayor of Horowhenua →

More important info on Milford’s post-aerial 1080 drop water

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 1 hour ago
WHAT’S IN THE WATER? MILFORD SOUND, FIORDLAND NOTE: The NZ authorities do not practice the precautionary principle with the spreading of 1080 poison. In fact they are now legally allowed to drop it into your waterways without the previously required consents, even though the manufacturer’s warning says take care not to drop it into the waterways. Whilst they continue … Continue reading More important info on Milford’s post-aerial 1080 drop water →

DoC are not warning tourists of any risk of 1080 in Milford’s drinking water … & they don’t want you to either

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 1 hour ago
Photo Credit: Sacha Stevenson By Carol Sawyer DEPT OF CONSERVATION TELLS TOURISM COMPANY OFF – Skippers are not to warn tourists about the dangers of drinking the water after aerial 1080 drop in Milford Sound area yesterday. Milford Sound (Arthur, Sinbad and Cleddau Valleys) was aerially poisoned on 15 October, 2019. Pam Vernon reports (15 … Continue reading DoC are not warning tourists of any risk of 1080 in Milford’s drinking water … & they don’t want you to either →


Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 1 hour ago
From In our September 18th debate for Spectrum TV, Kaiser’s Chief of Pediatrics, Dr. Robert Riewerts, parroted Pharma’s popular canard that the Gardasil vaccine has eliminated cervical cancer in Australia—the first country to mandate the jab. This is false. … Gardasil actually increases the risk of cervical cancer by a terrifying 44.6% among women who were … Continue reading GARDASIL VACCINE FOUND TO INCREASE CERVICAL CANCER RISK BY 44.6% IN WOMEN ALREADY EXPOSED TO HPV →

Nationalistic Conservatism is Anti-Racism

Unknown at The Verma Report - 1 hour ago
Nationalistic conservatism means that people should rule themselves and it’s inherently anti-racism. Both nationalism and conservatism are modern phenomena. They are the political outcome of the two 18th century revolutions: The American Revolution of 1776 and the French Revolution of 1789. People have always lived in groups formed by the bonds of kinship, race, location, and dialect. In Ancient Greece, Roman Era, and Middle Ages, people didn’t identify with their country (they didn’t have the concept of a country with definite borders); they identified with their king, their ethni... more »

News from the DEEP South…

GunnyG at 'Nox & Friends - 2 hours ago

A Discussion of the Wealth Tax

Greg Mankiw at Greg Mankiw's Blog - 2 hours ago
From Thursday afternoon. Includes Emmanuel Saez, Larry Summers, and me, in that order. Larry is particularly interesting.

59 tons of egg rolls recalled for being “packed under insanitary conditions”

News Desk at Food Safety News - 2 hours ago
St. Louis-based T & R Enterprise USA Inc. has recalled approximately 118,000 pounds of meat and poultry egg roll products that were produced and packed under insanitary conditions, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The meat and poultry egg roll items were produced on various dates from Aug.... Continue Reading

Trump’s Economic Policies, Part I

David Henderson at Econlib - 2 hours ago
We’ve now had over two and a half years of President Donald Trump’s economic policies. While that time is relatively short, it gives us some basis for judging those policies. I judge him in two ways: (1) as a believer in economic freedom and (2) as an economist who cares about people’s economic wellbeing. By […] The post Trump’s Economic Policies, Part I appeared first on Econlib.

Cartels in Control – Mexican President Says They Had to Release Chapito Guzman or else Sinaloa Cartel Would Kill Officials…

sundance at The Last Refuge - 3 hours ago
A big FUBAR happened in Culiacan Mexico yesterday as Mexican police and narcotics officers captured Ovidio Guzman, aka “Chapito”, the heir of drug kingpin El Chappo and current head of the Sinaloa cartel. We watched via social media yesterday as … Continue reading →

Four Year State Dept. Investigation Concludes Noting State Dept. Violations From 38 Corrupt Administrators…

sundance at The Last Refuge - 3 hours ago
Perhaps the only institution more corrupt than the Obama intelligence apparatus, writ large, was/is the Clinton constructed U.S. State Department. Foggy Bottom is appropriately named as the septic tank for the Administrative State. Former President Barack Obama carved out a … Continue reading →

Junior hospital staff under limited supervision, review finds

Jarrod Whittaker at Just In - 4 hours ago
A report on the workplace culture at a major hospital in Victoria uncovers limited supervision of junior mental health staff, as well as allegations of bullying and sexual harassment.

Gone fishing: Study reveals the activities of penguins at sea

Georgie Burgess at Just In - 4 hours ago
Until now little has been known about what penguins get up to when they head out to sea to forage.

Carp herpes virus decision expected by Christmas, despite lingering concerns

Isabella Pittaway And Grace Whiteside at Just In - 4 hours ago
Recommendations will be put to the Federal Government before Christmas over whether or not to release a herpes virus to control carp numbers, a potential move described as "reckless" by some commercial fishers.

It took the death of a young dolphin for an entire city to take notice of its rubbish problem

Benjamin Gubana at Just In - 4 hours ago
Luca the dolphin was 18 months old when he became entangled in discarded fishing line and died. Now Mandurah, south of Perth, is rallying together in a bid to protect the rest of its dolphin population from a similar fate.

Lavish TAFE fee cuts expose Mark McGowan's bigger plan to win the next election

Jacob Kagi at Just In - 4 hours ago
The WA Government finds a way to hit Opposition Leader Liza Harvey where it hurts most, and deliver generous cuts to TAFE fees for students in the process, writes Jacob Kagi.

'It could be anyone's daughter': One year on the murder of Toyah still haunts locals

Kristy Sexton-McGrath at Just In - 4 hours ago
A year after her murder, Toyah Cordingley's name still hangs in shop windows, on posters strung up on trees, and stickers on car bumpers in nearly every street in Cairns.

What are Queensland's new dangerous devices laws and will they stop Extinction Rebellion?

Matt Wordsworth at Just In - 4 hours ago
Queensland's Labor Government is taking the unusual step of enacting laws to curtail the protest movement, but what are the laws and will they work?

Uluru tourism companies not worried about climb closure

Samantha Jonscher at Just In - 4 hours ago
As people flock to Uluru in their thousands to make the ascent while they still can, tour operators are finding new ways for people to enjoy the area after the climb is closed for good next weekend.

Batman-style weapon on cops' radar, but experts wary of non-lethal options

Malcolm Sutton at Just In - 4 hours ago
A device that wraps people with near-unbreakable cord is offered to law enforcement agencies as an alternative to tasers and pepper spray, but human rights advocates warn such weapons are unlikely to reduce the likelihood of lethal force.

Decades after passing her driving test, Diana headed back to school

Nicole Mills at Just In - 4 hours ago
A refresher course is helping older drivers increase their confidence and safety on the road, often many decades after they first sat a licence test. But when the time comes, how do you tell a loved one it might be time to give up driving for good?

'You can't unsee it': Why this controversial female sculpture is being hidden by a 'strategic bush'

Just In - 4 hours ago
A Queensland council will take steps to conceal a sculpture called Birth of Venus outside its arts centre after a local complained about its "very distasteful pose".

The charge for electric vehicles puts the shine on nickel

Sue Lannin at Just In - 4 hours ago
Nickel mining has been in the doldrums for years, but the ambition of global electric car makers has led to its value soaring in 2019.

Could David Eastman be Australia's most expensive prisoner?

Elizabeth Byrne And Markus Mannheim at Just In - 4 hours ago
It's impossible to count the millions spent on Australia's biggest police hunt, two trials, two High Court challenges, a judicial inquiry and 19 years of imprisonment.

'Still bias': After 90 years in Canberra, this women's group says we have a way to go

Niki Burnside And Tahlia Roy at Just In - 4 hours ago
As it marks 90 years embedded in the Canberra community, the YWCA looks back on its role as an organisation aimed at empowering women, from early karate lessons that scandalised to advocating leadership roles for women today.

Tonight's Movie Is 'Away All Boats' (1956)

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 4 hours ago
*From YouTube:* The story of USS 'Belinda', a U.S. naval ship, and its crew during the battle of the Pacific 1943-1945, as it prepares for action and landing troops on enemy beachheads.

It Sure Is Taking Congress A Long Time To Protect Society From Mark Zuckerberg's Insatiable Greed

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 4 hours ago
I'm not a Facebook fan. I have a page and 99% of it is me posting links to my *DWT* writing there. Maybe I'd enrich my life if I used Facebook for more than that... but I doubt it. It never ceases to amaze me when I read that Facebook plays an out-sized role in elections. Blue America stopped advertising on Facebook entirely 2 years ago. Everything I hear about Facebook sounds absolutely awful, the most recent being that they're decided it's OK for politicians to buy purposefully deceptive ads that wouldn't be permitted by non-politicians. How is that even possible? Well, Judd Leg... more »

From Republican Red to Russian Red

jurassicpork at Welcome Back to Gotham City - 4 hours ago
(By *American Zen*'s Mike Flannigan, on loan from Ari) Perhaps that's why Republicans are incapable of seeing the not so subtle difference in its latter-day incarnation. What used to be proud conservative red is now a deep shade of Soviet-Russian crimson. And one would have to be as blind as the proberial bat to not see that your Mom and Dad's Republican Party has been completely subsumed and absorbed by the Russian government. There's no sense in belaboring whether or not Russia interfered in our election. The heads of all 17 of our intelligence agencies plus James Clapper, ou... more »

The Composition of Human Life

WTStaff at Waking Times - 4 hours ago
*Jon Rappoport* - Consciousness deploys imagination, and imagination creates, among other things, energy.

Animal Rights Win: California Bars Animals from Circuses, Becomes First State to Ban Fur Trade

WTStaff at Waking Times - 4 hours ago
*Elias Marat* - “Ordinary people want to see animals protected, not abused,” one animal rights advocate said, greeting the new laws in the nation's most populous state.

New Law Hands Over Protected Forests in Ivory Coast to Chocolate Industry

WTStaff at Waking Times - 4 hours ago
*Jordan Davidson* - Ivory Coast's rainforests have been decimated by cocoa production and what is left is put in peril by a new law that will remove legal protections for thousands of square miles of forests.

Former NASA Scientist Claims Alien Life Was Found On Mars In The 1970s

WTStaff at Waking Times - 4 hours ago
*John Vibes* - Gilbert Levin worked with NASA on the Viking missions to Mars, and he claims that evidence of life was found on the Red Planet during those missions.

Leaked Video Shows Monkeys, Dogs, Cats Being Tortured In Pharma Testing Lab

WTStaff at Waking Times - 4 hours ago
*John Vibes* - Most of the footage that has been released focuses on the monkeys, who can be seen restrained with large metal bars that wrapped around their necks.

Tax-funded Muslims Seek to End “Christian Privilege” at School

Alex Newman at rss - 4 hours ago
[image: tax-funded-muslims-seek-to-end-christian-privilege-at-school] Muslim radicals funded by the U.S. government are working with officials in Michigan, Minnesota, and other states to put an end to what they describe as “Christian privilege” in public schools. Instead, they want government education to “infuse the curriculum” with Islamic “intellectual traditions.”

Bias, bias, bias

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 4 hours ago
Tonight's *Newsnight* featured a remarkable report from the programme's economics editor Ben Chu. It's a fascinating case of BBC bias, especially in its use of 'bias by authority' (we get "*analysts*" and "*experts*" and "*analysis* the Treasury") and 'bias by labelling' (we get "the *non-partisan* UK in A Changing Europe think-tank" and "*credible*" and "*serious *analysts"). And, I don't for one moment think coincidentally, every single one of those examples helps Ben to bolster his own argument. For starters, I'm afraid, charming as he is, that I don't believe Anand Men... more »

Did Elizabeth Warren Say of Mollie Tibbetts’ Slaying, ‘We Need to Focus on Real Problems’?

Dan MacGuill at - 4 hours ago
Critics of the Democratic presidential candidate, and supporters of President Trump's immigration policies, seized on remarks Warren made in August 2018.

VIDEO: Google Affiliate Begins Drone Deliveries in Virginia Town

AP News at - 4 hours ago
A Google affiliate started using drones to deliver customers' Walgreens and FedEx purchases in a test being run in a Virginia town.

Chile: Votos de senadores PPD, UD y RN permiten aprobación de TPP-11 en comisión de Constitución - 5 hours ago
18-Oct-2019 Francisco Huenchumilla fue el único voto en contra, en tanto Alfonso De Urresti se ausentó de la sesión. El polémico tratado pasa a su discusión en sala del Senado.

América Latina y Caribe recibió un tercio de las demandas corporativas mundiales - 5 hours ago
18-Oct-2019 Según la UNCTAD, el 29% de las 983 demandas realizadas en el mundo por corporaciones contra Estados fueron para países de la región. Se trata de 281 demandas, 14 en lo que va del año.

Nueva demanda contra Venezuela en CIADI de la holandesa The Williams Companies y otros - 5 hours ago
18-Oct-2019 En esta ocasión, las demandantes encabezadas por la holandesa The Williams Companies International Holdings B.V., cambian de despacho en relación a la demanda de arbitraje que interpusieron en 2011 también ante el CIADI.

Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- October 18, 2019

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 5 hours ago
*Hilal Köylü and Daniel Bellut, DW*: *Northern Syria: How stable is the ceasefire?* Washington and Ankara have agreed to a ceasefire in northern Syria, but the deal leaves a lot of questions unanswered. Experts say these will present hurdles on the way to establishing a safe zone. US Vice President Mike Pence and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to a five-day ceasefire in northern Syria when they met in Ankara on Thursday, which went into effect at 10:00 p.m. local time that evening. The deal was preceded by a massive Turkish military operation. Now, Syrian Kurds fro... more »

“Misbranding” called for not listing milk on recalled chicken pie and meatloaf products

News Desk at Food Safety News - 5 hours ago
MawMaw’s Chicken Pies, located in Kernersville, NC, is recalling an undetermined amount of chicken pie and meatloaf products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The products contain milk and soy, known allergens, which are not declared on the product label. The not-ready-to-eat... Continue Reading

"The Stubborn Hope..." (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 5 hours ago
"Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come. You wait and watch and work... you don't give up." - Anne Lamott

Musical Interlude: Ludovico Einaudi, “Nuvole Bianche” (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 5 hours ago
Ludovico Einaudi, “Nuvole Bianche”

Kirsty v Paul

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 5 hours ago
Though Emily Maitlis continues to regularly retweet her ex-*Newsnight *colleague Paul Mason (as if they are still besties), there doesn't seem to be a huge amount of warmth now between the ex-*Newsnight *far-left extremist and another of his former *Newsnight *colleagues, namely Kirsty Wark - at least if tonight's *Newsnight* is anything to go by. This snippy exchange was even chillier in the flesh than it appears on the page: *Kirsty Wark*: Joining me tonight we have Salma Shah, who was a special advisor at the Home Office until earlier this year, *The **Sun*'s political editor Tom... more »

A Year-End Rally or Meltdown in the Cards?

Leo Kolivakis at Pension Pulse - 5 hours ago
Fred Imbert of CNBC reports that the Dow drops more than 250 points to end the week as Boeing and J&J plunge: The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell sharply on Friday, weighed down by steep losses in Boeing and Johnson & Johnson. The broader market was also pressured by a decline in Netflix shares that led other Big Tech stocks lower. The 30-stock index ended the day down 255.68 points, or 0.95% to close at 26,770.20. Boeing dropped 6.8% — its biggest one-day drop since February 2016 — on news that company instant messages suggest the aerospace giant misled regulators over the safe... more »

World News Briefs -- October 18, 2019 (Evening Edition)

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 5 hours ago
A Catalan demonstrator walks by a fire during Catalonia's general strike in Barcelona, Spain, October 18, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Medina *Reuters:* *Barcelona rocked by violence on fifth day of separatist protests* BARCELONA (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters battled police in the heart of Barcelona on Friday, setting up fiery barricades and hurling rocks at security forces on the fifth day of unrest following the jailing of Catalan separatist leaders. The violence followed a largely peaceful demonstration which drew more than half a million people onto the streets of the Catalan capi... more »

Trump Campaign To Sue CNN For “Substantial Payment” After Project Veritas Undercover Exposé

Activist Post at Activist Post - 5 hours ago
By Tyler Durden The Trump administration plans to sue CNN over bias and “wrongful practices” following revalations contained in a recent Project Veritas undercover exposé. In a... more »

Surveillance Partners: Amazon Ring and Police Departments

Activist Post at Activist Post - 5 hours ago
By Michael Boldin The company has partnered with 400-500 departments – and provides direct access to surveillance footage through a special “Law Enforcement Neighborhood Portal,”... more »

Space May Soon Become a War Zone — Here’s How That Would Work

Activist Post at Activist Post - 5 hours ago
By Gareth Dorrian, University of Birmingham and Ian Whittaker, Nottingham Trent University At an upcoming summit in early December, NATO is expected to declare space... more »

Now Even Sex Robots Have Rights — And More Stories From This Week’s Absurd News Files

Activist Post at Activist Post - 5 hours ago
By Simon Black, Sovereign Man Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world... more »

Now in Effect: California Law Allows Marijuana Business Owners to Deduct Expenses from State Taxes

Activist Post at Activist Post - 5 hours ago
By Michael Maharrey Last week, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that severs a link between state and federal tax law, allowing individuals to... more »

Recession Alert: Consumer Spending TANKED In September

Activist Post at Activist Post - 5 hours ago
By Mac Slavo Sales of retail goods and food services dropped 0.3 percent last month as consumers tightened their belts. Lower rates of consumer spending... more »

"Exposed: The Great Money Fiction" (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 5 hours ago
*"Exposed: The Great Money Fiction"* by Brian Maher "Men spin myths as spiders spin webs... Adam and Eve munched the apple, Zeus kinged the Earth, Washington axed the cherry tree. To these fabulous fictions we must add another: Money and wealth are synonyms. It is this last myth - this devilish myth - that commands our attention today. Murdered and buried 1,000 times, 1,001 times it has risen from its grave. The very gods envy its eternal appeal. Man chased the gods down from Olympus aeons ago. Yet the money myth lives, breathes, prospers in A.D. 2019. *Inflation: The Birth of a T... more »


Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 5 hours ago
Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act: It’s important to note here that this document was created in 2010, which was under the Obama administration, and it predates the NDAA of 2012 which authorized military detainment of U.S. citizens. STORM CLOUDS GATHERING The following video details the contents of a Department of Defense document entitled…

J&J Recalls Baby Powder After Trace Asbestos Found in Bottle

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 5 hours ago
Originally posted on OrganicREADY: Johnson & Johnson on Friday recalled a single batch of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in one bottle bought online. The regulator found trace levels of chrysotile asbestos in samples taken from a bottle of baby powder purchased from an online retailer,?Johnson…

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