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Apr 24 04:33

What Has President Trump Accomplished During His First 100 Days in Office?

Next Saturday will mark the first 100 days of President Trump’s time in office. During his Presidency, the Commander in Chief has made a substantial amount of progress.

Apr 24 04:00

CHINA'S MILITARY JUST MADE CHILLING MOVE GERMANS MADE IN 1930S

A massive reorganization by the Chinese military has many wondering if President Xi Jinping has wider designs in the Asia-Pacific sphere. According to Reuters, state media announced Tuesday that President Xi had ordered a restructure of the People’s Liberation Army “to transform it into a leaner fighting force with improved joint operations capability.”

Apr 24 03:06

No More Pro-Rights Action in 2017?

What's more, the fear of GunVoter reprisals at the polls, just might be enough to push one or two of those vulnerable, anti-rights senators into bucking their party and voting for passage of these bills. It's a win for gun owners either way, and there's no downside for Republicans.

Apr 24 02:45

11 Facts That Prove That The U.S. Economy In 2017 Is In Far Worse Shape Than It Was In 2016

There is much debate about where the U.S. economy is ultimately heading, but what everybody should be able to agree on is that economic conditions are significantly worse this year than they were last year. It is being projected that U.S. economic growth for the first quarter will be close to zero, thousands of retail stores are closing, factory output is falling, and restaurants and automakers have both fallen on very hard times. As economic activity has slowed down, commercial and consumer bankruptcies are both rising at rates that we have not seen since the last financial crisis. Everywhere you look there are echoes of 2008, and yet most people still seem to be in denial about what is happening. The following are 11 facts that prove that the U.S. economy in 2017 is in far worse shape than it was in 2016…

Apr 24 02:16

Trump might not sign spending bill if no funding for border wall, budget director warns

White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said Sunday that President Donald Trump might refuse to sign a government spending bill that does not include money for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, leaving open the possibility of a federal government shutdown toward the end of the week.

Apr 24 02:12

Just How Safe is Spain’s Banking System?

Investment bank Mediobanca warns of “clear risk of contagion.”

Apr 24 01:46

Age of reason

Machiavelli himself couldn’t have designed a more devious and thorough plot to create social justice warriors, indoctrinated serfs and slaves who are indebted to the banksters.

Apr 24 00:34

Thugs Invades Home, Has No Idea Who’s Waiting Inside

Bad idea, bad guy.

Apr 24 00:28

Is the FBI Spying on Ron Paul?

Why should we not expect the FBI to bear down upon outspoken critics of U.S. foreign policy like Ron Paul?

Apr 23 20:52

Top Gear, episode 7 recap: Matt LeBlanc lays down the gauntlet to the Grand Tour with wackiest excursion yet

They did it! Top Gear finished its latest season in better fettle than anyone could have predicted in the wake of last year’s disastrous Chris Evans-fronted reboot. After seven episodes of often wildly varying quality, the new team of Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid had found their tempo and zoomed into the sunset with a wink and a swagger (and, yes, a supper-ruining “poo shot”).

Apr 23 19:51

Hillary Clinton Rich People God Bless Us

Apr 23 19:27

Over 13,000 deaths, 130,000 injuries, projected if this week’s Operation Gotham Shield’s 10 kiloton nuclear detonation goes live from Lincoln Tunnel

According to recently leaked U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) documents, a simulated nuclear attack exercise dubbed Operation Gotham Shield starts Monday, April 24, and will be running through Wednesday, April 26.

Apr 23 19:25

Claim: Operation Gotham Shield ‘has nothing nukes and everything to do with meteor strikes’

Could the U.S. government be hiding an impending meteor strike from general populace? One man says yes.

The man, who posted a video on YouTube Sunday, maintains that the U.S. government may be aware that there is a 50% probability that there will be “several meteor strikes” during this week’s Operation Gotham Shield 2017 exercise which is taking place in New York and New Jersey and that the exercise itself may be a cover to position a response.

Apr 23 18:09

Male flight attendant accused of nearly hitting baby with stroller — then a fight almost breaks out

American Airlines says it is investigating an incident that took place on one of its flights Friday when a male flight attendant allegedly hit a women carrying a baby with her stroller — and almost hit the baby, too.

Apr 23 18:08

Report reveals how much $ the FBI offered for validation of anti-Trump ‘golden shower’ dirty dossier

The former British spy responsible for the dirty dossier on President Donald Trump was in line for a nice payday from the FBI if he could have proved what he alleged.
The Obama administration’s FBI offered $50,000 to Christopher Steele if he was able to corroborate the accusations made in the dossier, when he met with the FBI in October, the New York Times reported.

Apr 23 17:13

O'REILLY MAY BE GONE AT FOX, BUT WHAT'S HAPPENING NEXT WILL INFURIATE CRITICS - 'STAGGERING'

Bill O’Reilly will reportedly receive a hefty payout from Fox News following the network’s decision to remove the top-rated host from its primetime lineup in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.

Apr 23 17:07

Kellogg’s smothers health crisis in sugar

Kellogg’s, the world’s leading cereal­ manufacturer, has spent millions on research to counter claims that its sugar-laden products are fuelling the obesity crisis.

Kellogg’s has been attacked for putting more sugar in some breakfast cereals than is found in cakes, donuts and ice cream. A bowl of Crunchy Nut cereal can contain more than half the recom­mended maximum intake of added sugar for a six-year-old.

Now an investigation has establish­ed that Kellogg’s helped fund a report, published in a medical journal in December, attacking the British government’s recommendations to cut sugar intake. It also funded studies suggesting eating cereals may help children stay a healthy weight.

Apr 23 17:02

There's now a tool to test for NSA spyware

Has your computer been infected with a suspected NSA spying implant? A security researcher has come up with a free tool that can tell.

Luke Jennings of security firm Countercept wrote a script in response to last week’s high-profile leak of cyberweapons that some researchers believe are from the National Security Agency. It's designed to detect an implant called Doublepulsar, which is delivered by many of the Windows-based exploits found in the leak and can be used to load other malware.

The script, which requires some programming skill to use, is available for download on GitHub.

Apr 23 16:55

Israeli-American man, 18, is charged with threatening Jewish centers, schools and flights across the US with a 'bloodbath'

An Israel-American teen has been charged with 31 counts after allegedly threatening Jewish centers, schools and commercial flights across the US, hiding his voice with voice-modulating software.

Michael Ron David Kadar, 18, was arrested in Israel in March. A dual US citizen, he is being charged in Georgia and Florida, according to NBC News.
In one February 2017 call, Kadar promised that 'in a short time, a large number of "Jew children" were going to have their heads blown off from the shrapnel,' an FBI report alleged.

Kadar is Jewish, an official told ABC 7.

The calls date back as far as August 2015, and frequently saw Kadar threatening 'bombs' and 'bloodbaths', the FBI said.

Apr 23 16:51

Striking new light phenomenon that experts have named STEVE in honour of children's film

A group of aurora enthusiasts have found a new type of light in the night sky and named it Steve.

Eric Donovan from the University of Calgary in Canada spotted the feature in photos shared on a Facebook group.

He did not recognise it as a catalogued phenomenon and although the group were calling it a proton arc, he knew proton auroras were not visible.

Testing showed it appeared to be a hot stream of fast-flowing gas in the higher reaches of the atmosphere.

The European Space Agency (ESA) sent electric field instruments to measure it 300km (190 miles) above the surface of the Earth and found the temperature of the air was 3,000C (5,432F) hotter inside the gas stream than outside it.

Inside, the 25km-wide ribbon of gas was flowing at 6 km/s (13,000mph), 600 times faster than the air on either side.

Apr 23 16:44

George Osborne 'knew about poll plan', Tory insiders claim

GEORGE OSBORNE took the job as editor of the London Evening Standard because he knew there was going to be a snap general election, Tory insiders have claimed.

Apr 23 16:41

OPERATION TOXIC DAGGER: Police and Marines secretly prepare for deadly ISIS attack in UK

More than 100 marines wearing state-of-the-art equipment joined RAF and MOD experts on the two-week training mission, codenamed Operation Toxic Dagger.

And the extensive drills culminated in an attack on a stimulated storage unit for sarin - the nerve gas allegedly used by Syria earlier this month.

Police and security chiefs warned London must be prepared if terrorists carry out a string of simultaneous attacks, similar to those which killed 130 people in Paris in December 2015.

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