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Nov 17 13:57

RAW VIDEO | Menendez Makes Threat In Press Conference…

Short clip from his presser yesterday. What a scumbag.

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Nov 17 13:49

HILARIOUS VIDEO | Jeff Sessions Cracks Up The Audience

I'm not going to spoil the surprise by giving away the punch line. Very funny shite from Sessions. This is breaking video. Just happened a few minutes ago.

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Nov 17 13:28

PENTAGON MASS SURVEILLANCE SLURPED UP THE WORLD'S SOCIAL MEDIA TRAFFIC; THEN THEY DUMPED IT ON A PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE AMAZON CLOUD SERVER

The Upguard Cyber Risk Team has found three Department of Defense mass-storage "buckets" on Amazon that are world-viewable, containing 1.8 billion of social media posts that the DoD scraped from social media over 8 years as part of its global surveillance program.

Nov 17 13:25

TURKISH PRESIDENT ERDOGAN ACCUSES US OF SUPPORTING ISIS

Turkey’s president said, “The administration in the United States has changed but everything remains the same as before.” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the United States of granting financial aid to members of the Islamic State group, a State Department-listed terrorist organization.

Nov 17 13:25

BREAKING | JESSE JACKSON DIAGNOSED WITH PARKINSON'S

Story just hit the wires. Could he be attempting to deflect attention from recent sex assault charges against him by announcing his diagnosis now?

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Nov 17 13:23

SHERIFF THINKS HE CAN USE BOGUS DISORDERLY CONDUCT CHARGES TO SHUT DOWN SPEECH HE DOESN'T LIKE

This is stupid on every single level. First off, as former police officer and current attorney Greg Prickett points out in his post at Simple Justice, there's no way those charges would stick. Sheriff, that's political speech, and it's protected speech. You don't get to silence it because you don't like it, or even because it offends you, the District Attorney, or anyone else. The Disorderly Conduct statute in Texas is very clear on this.

Nov 17 13:15

CHINA - Medical Genocide

Nov 17 13:09

Afghan Opium Production At Record High Despite British Troops Dying To Stamp It Out

Opium production in Afghanistan has almost doubled this year over 2016, according to a United Nations survey. As the Taliban returns to territory liberated by UK forces in 2001, the booming drugs industry is further proof the war failed in its basic aims.

One of the justifications given by former Prime Minister Tony Blair for Britain’s intervention in Afghanistan against the Taliban back in 2001 was to stop the production of opium poppies used to make heroin.

Nov 17 13:06

Video: How Many Russian Trolls Does It Take To Influence Brexit Vote?

The claims around alleged Russian meddling in British politics has been stirred by allegations that fake Twitter accounts attempted to influence the Brexit vote.

Nov 17 12:53

Peaceful Islam Really?

Nov 17 12:43

US Sends Aircraft Carrier, Destroyers And 14,000 Servicemen Into Seas Near North Korea

The US has sent an aircraft carrier, destroyers and other ships carrying 14,000 servicemen to waters near Japan for a war drill that has set North Korea’s teeth on edge.

Nov 17 12:30

Video: France Fueled Extremism By Abandoning Poor

The French president is blaming his predecessors for fueling the rise of extremism in the country.

Nov 17 12:27

Pozner vs. Halbig: Sandy Hook trial update

It appears that a Florida judge has thus far ruled in favor of critically acclaimed Sandy Hook researcher Wolfgang Halbig after he was brought to court by the reported “father” of deceased Sandy Hook student Noah Pozner who is seeking damages.

Nov 17 12:22

Russia Is Stronger Than Europe, US State Dept Says In New ‘Russian Aggression’ Pitch

Russia’s military clout eclipses Europe’s, making it a “real” threat from “the Baltic to the Black Sea,” a senior US State Department official claimed, citing large-scale drills conducted by Russia within its own borders as proof of sinister intentions.

“The threat to [the West’s] collective security posed by Russia is clear, and we on both sides of the Atlantic cannot ignore it,”Brian Hook, the State Department’s director of policy planning and a senior adviser to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, said. He was addressing the Center for Strategic & International Studies’ Transatlantic Forum on Thursday.

Nov 17 12:05

America’s Renegade Warfare

Seventy-seven million people in North and South Korea find themselves directly in the line of fire from the threat of a Second Korean War. The rest of the world is recoiling in horror from the scale of civilian casualties such a war would cause and the unthinkable prospect that either side might actually use nuclear weapons.

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