40,000 Indians Flee As Fighting Erupts On Pakistan Border

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“When all government, in little as in great things, shall be drawn to Washington as the Center of all Power, it will render powerless the checks provided of one government on another and will become as venal and oppressive as the government from which we separated.” — Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), US Founding Father, drafted the Declaration of Independence, 3rd US President Source: (1821) in a letter to Gideon Granger.

 

40,000 Indians Flee As Fighting Erupts On Pakistan Border

Along the 786 km-long Line of Control (LoC) which divides the State of Jammu Kashmir between India and Pakistan, sporadic cross-border military gunfire between both countries is not that unusual.

However, this weekend, in the region of Noushera, Rajouri and Akhnoor sectors of Jammu and Kashmir, more than 40,000 Indians have fled their homes and shops amid the fourth consecutive day of intense shelling from Pakistani military forces, the Economic Times reports.

 

The FBI Hand Behind Russia-Gate

It now appears that it was not the Russians trying to rig the outcome of the U.S. election, but leading officials of the U.S. intelligence community, shadowy characters sometimes called the Deep State.

SPECIAL REPORT: IN THE WATERGATE ERA, LIBERALS WARNED ABOUT U.S. INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES MANIPULATING U.S. POLITICS, BUT NOW TRUMP-HATRED HAS BLINDED MANY OF THEM TO THIS DANGER BECOMING REAL, AS EX-CIA ANALYST RAY MCGOVERN NOTES.

Russia-gate is becoming FBI-gate, thanks to the official release of unguarded text messages between loose-lipped FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok and his garrulous girlfriend, FBI lawyer Lisa Page. (Ten illustrative texts from their exchange appear at the end of this article.)

Jan2416:50

Paris is Flooding

Jan2416:49

Release the Memo

Now why is this not the prime news story across the nation?

Swamp is in Full Force – Maintain the Cover-up

The utter farce of the Mueller investigation into Trump collusion with Russia demonstrates the most obscene and overwhelming pattern of government deceit and deflection in decades.


 

Emigrate While You Still Can – Finca Bayano In Panama!

Finco Bayano


Jan2416:46

Turkey re-enters Syrian endgame with ‘smart power’

“Our operations will continue until the separatist terror organization is fully cleared from the region and around 3.5 million Syrians who are now sheltered in Turkey are able to securely return to their homeland.”

The UN Security Council meeting on Tuesday regarding Turkey’s military operations in Syria turned out to be like the dog that didn’t bark in the night in the Sherlock Holmes short story. There was no bark – no statement by the Security Council – condemning Turkey.

Jan2416:44

AWESOME MASHUP CLIP | Two Minutes Of Left Wing Media Saying Democrats Lost The Shutdown War

Sit back and enjoy the schadenfreude. This is a thing of beauty.

Jan2416:41

When it comes to Davos, it’s inequality, stupid

This is what ‘the great and the good’ in the business world will not be discussing during the annual talk-fest at the Swiss luxury resort.
This is the exclusive club, which meets in the luxury Swiss resort each year to discuss the global business environment.

Davos is essentially double-dip land. On one side, we have ‘Bad for Labor’, with millions in the West thrown into an unemployment hell or suffering from a wages freeze. On the other side, we have ‘Good for Capital’, with companies flush with cash. Yet the result is uncertainty, all over again.

Jan2416:08

READ THE NEW STRZOK PAGE TEXT MESSAGES

Here they are. Johnson released a few dozen of the good ones.

Jan2415:59

Judicial Watch Sues DOJ For Text Messages Of FBI’s Strzok And Page

While we wait for Congress to #releasethememo, Judicial Watch has just done what it has been so good at doing in the past: suing the DOJ to get documents under a Freedom of Information lawsuit, in this case the infamous text messages and all other records between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

In a just issued press release, Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuit against the Justice Department for text messages and other records of FBI official Peter Strzok and FBI attorney Lisa Page (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:18-cv-00154)).

Judicial Watch filed suit after the Justice Department failed to respond to a December 4, 2017, FOIA request for:

All records of communications, including but not limited to, emails, text messages and instant chats, between FBI official Peter Strozk and FBI attorney Lisa Page;
All travel requests, travel authorizations, travel vouchers and expense reports of Peter Strozk;

Jan2415:42

NZ research shows first jet from massive young star detected outside our galaxy

A New Zealand scientist has discovered a young, massive star in a neighbouring galaxy that appears to be 12 times bigger than the Sun.

Marsden Fellow Dr Anna McLeod, of University of Canterbury’s School of Physical and Chemical Sciences, says the major astronomical discovery will drive significant advancement in the field of star formation.

“It also gives a further clue on one of the biggest questions in modern astronomy: how do massive stars form?” Dr McLeod said.

“Massive stars are so important because they regulate the formation of new generations of stars as well as the evolution of entire galaxies. Our discovery captures a massive star as it is forming, and it sheds light onto the formation mechanism.”

Jan2415:35

JUDGE NAPOLITANO | ‘It Looks Like A Deep State Conspiracy To Overthrow The President’

Judge Nap discusses the most recent text messages revealed by Senator Johnson.

Jan2415:30

Settlement forces college that jailed student for passing out Constitutions to ditch policies

Kellogg Community College in Michigan jailed a student for passing out pocket copies of the Constitution on campus. An administrator said that students from “rural farm areas … might not feel like they have the choice to ignore” the supposed solicitation by the nascent Young Americans for Liberty chapter.


 


Jan2415:23

New anti-homeless architecture: Seattle uses bike racks to block rough sleepers

Police cleared a homeless camp before the transport department filled the pavement with unneeded bike racks – a clear case of hostile architecture which does not address the problem, say campaigners

Jan2414:54

Coup d’état political intervention

Coup d’état, also called Coup, the sudden, violent overthrow of an existing government by a small group. The chief prerequisite for a coup is control of all or part of the armed forces, the police, and other military elements.

Can you say Deep State?

A coup rarely alters a nation’s fundamental social and economic policies, nor does it significantly redistribute power among competing political groups.

Jan2414:48

18 U.S. Code § 2383 – Rebellion or insurrection

Historical and Revision Notes

Based on title 18, U.S.C., 1940 ed., §?4 (Mar. 4, 1909, ch. 321, §?4, 35 Stat. 1088).

Word “moreover” was deleted as surplusage and minor changes were made in phraseology.
Amendments

1994—Pub. L. 103–322 substituted “fined under this title” for “fined not more than $10,000”.

Jan2414:44

18 U.S. Code § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy: AKA Coup d’etat

If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.
(June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 808; July 24, 1956, ch. 678, §?1, 70 Stat. 623; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, §?330016(1)(N), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2148.)

Jan2413:50

West Is Waging ‘Economic War’ on Russia to Topple Kremlin — Bank CEO

Western countries are waging an “economic war” against Russia to pursue regime change, the head of Russia’s second-largest lender, VTB Bank, said at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Russian businessmen are bracing for the release of a list of Kremlin-linked “oligarchs” by the U.S. Treasury Department next Monday, Jan. 29. The blacklist accompanies a new set of sanctions expected in February over alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.

Julian Assange’s health in ‘dangerous’ condition, say doctors

Julian Assange’s long stay in the Ecuadorian embassy in London is having a “dangerous” impact on his physical and mental health, according to clinicians who carried out the most recent assessments of him.

The pair renewed calls for the WikiLeaks publisher to be granted safe passage to a London hospital.

Sondra Crosby, a doctor and associate professor at the Boston University’s school of medicine and public health, and Brock Chisholm, a London-based consultant clinical psychologist, examined Assange for 20 hours over three days in October.

Jan2413:50

Germany To Ban Glyphosate Herbicides In Shock To Monsanto-Bayer Merger

In a shock announcement Merkel’s groups agreed on a blueprint for formal grand coalition negotiations including a complete ban on glyphosate herbicides.

Jan2413:48

DOJ Demands Sanctuary Cities Turn Over Law-Enforcement Documents

The Trump administration’s battle with so-called sanctuary cities escalated Wednesday when the Department of Justice, under the guidance of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, asked for records from 20 cities and countries, including the country’s three largest, as well as California, Illinois and Oregon.

The documents would reveal whether law enforcement agencies in these jurisdictions are illegally withholding information from US immigration authorities in violation of federal law, Reuters reported. Most sanctuary cities have passed local laws meant to stop municipal law enforcement from sharing an arrestee’s immigration status with ICE.

“If these jurisdictions fail to respond to our request, fail to respond completely or fail to respond in a timely manner, we will exercise our lawful authorities and issue subpoenas for the information,” said a senior Justice Department official, briefing reporters on condition of anonymity.

 


Jan2413:26

MEET THE SPIES INJECTING ISRAELI PROPAGANDA INTO YOUR NEWS FEED

When Sima Vaknin-Gil took over as director-general of Israel’s Ministry of Strategic Affairs at the start of 2016, a crucial fact went largely unnoticed. For years, she had been a high-ranking officer with an Israeli spy agency. This means that for the last two years a former intelligence officer has been running Israel’s global war against BDS, the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.

Jan2413:14

SARA CARTER | DOJ Officials Do Not Believe FBI Excuse About ‘Lost’ Text Messages

“They were having an affair, they were both married, they’re working counter-intelligence. That’s enough for blackmail. Now they’re sending text messages on an unsecured phone. Believe me the Germans, the Russians, the Israelis, everybody is going into those phones and trying to suck out all the information they have.”

Jan2412:57

THE DEEP STATE DEFINED…

?The Deep State is the term given to the members of the seventeen U.S. spy agencies; the classified sectors of the Department of Defense branches; and the hundreds of associated military contractors. In short, it’s the modern term for the Military-Industrial-Complex in our post-industrial era. The Deep State is not a conspiracy theory as some disinformation outlets state, in fact, that doesn’t even make sense. Saying the Deep State is a conspiracy theory is like saying agencies such as the CIA or NSA are conspiracy theories. While some would argue that deeds attributed to various Deep State agencies are conspiracies theories – and often times conspiracy realities – the term itself is not a conspiracy theory, and it is widely used by respected journalists and academic researchers.

Jan2412:54

VICTORY: Police Agree to Settle Lawsuit Over Unconstitutional Raid, Search, Seizure & Arrest of Homeowner Who Refused Consent to Warrantless Entry

Police have agreed to favorably settle a Fourth Amendment lawsuit brought by The Rutherford Institute over a warrantless raid, search, and arrest of a Texas homeowner based on unreliable information from an anonymous source.

Rutherford Institute attorneys filed the lawsuit after Gillespie County (Tex.) Sheriff’s Office deputies carried out a warrantless raid on Huntly and Susan Dantzler’s rural home, which allegedly resulted in Huntly Dantzler being seized by police officers, placed in handcuffs, thrown to the ground and subsequently arrested for refusing to consent to the warrantless search of his home. In September 2017, a federal district court rejected efforts by police to dismiss the lawsuit, ruling that the officers’ actions as set forth in the lawsuit were based on inaccurate information from an anonymous source and violated the Dantzlers’ clearly-established constitutional rights. Affiliate attorney Jerri Ward of Garlo Ward, P.C., assisted with the Dantzlers’ defense.

Over 650 Syrian civilians killed in US-led airstrikes in 40 months: SOHR

A monitoring group says more than 600 children have lost their lives ever since the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group started its aerial assaults against residential areas across Syria back in September 2014.

The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that 2,815 people, including 655 minors and 481 women, were killed in US-led aerial attacks against civilian areas in the conflict-plagued Arab country over the past 40 months.

The London-based watchdog said the aerial assaults were conducted in the provinces of Hasakah, Raqqah, Aleppo, Idlib and Dayr al-Zawr, noting that the remains of 19 victims still await identification.

It added that the US-led coalition continues to carry out airstrikes across Syria despite the fact that the militants are controlling only pockets of Syrian territories following their humiliating defeats in the northern and eastern parts of the country.

Jan2412:53

Western Media Fixates On Vague “Chem Weapons” Allegations, Ignores Children Murdered By America’s Terrorists

By Brandon Turbeville

While Rex Tillerson, Nikki Haley, Heather Nauert, and Emmanuel Macron as well as the entirety of the Western corporate media focus on phantom chemical attacks, none of the above have even mentioned the terrorist shelling of Damascus (Bab Touma area) which has resulted in the death of nine people, most of whom were children and teens…



Jan2412:53

Iran seizes bombs, explosives in Saudi terror plot

Iran has captured two large caches of explosives and powerful bombs that were supposed to be detonated in populated areas as part of two terrorist plots, one of them directly designed and led by Saudi Arabia.

The Iranian Intelligence Ministry said in a Wednesday statement that in one operation, security forces discovered no less than 23 remote controlled bombs that terrorists were going to use in order to wreak havoc in the eastern parts of the country.

Terrorists had managed to carry the bombs over Iran’s eastern borders and sneak them into the country using help from Saudi intelligence agencies, according to the statement.

US May Be Preparing Preemptive Strike Against North Korean Nuclear Sites

It’s no secret that the US military has been gradually amassing firepower on the Korean Peninsula since Pyongyang began testing a range of ballistic missiles in April, triggering a US military buildup across the border in South Korea. Now, it appears the Pentagon is preparing its forces there for a potential nuclear strike against North Korea.

The B-2 Spirit stealth bomber and B-52 Stratofortress strategic bomber, the two planes comprising the “air leg” of the US’ nuclear triad, have both been deployed to the Korean Peninsula. Furthermore, Business Insider reported that the B-2s may soon be equipped with modified B-61 nuclear bombs.

The B-61 thermonuclear gravity bomb has been the US’ low yield strategic and tactical nuclear bomb of choice since the 1960s. Its compact design was recently modified to increase its penetrative potential so that it can better strike at underground targets — where most of North Korea’s nuclear arsenal is believed to be.

Jan2412:52

GOP escalates law enforcement probes as Russia inquiry heats up

But even as Mueller showed apparent momentum, Republicans made new charges of political bias and even potential criminal misconduct in the nation’s top law enforcement agencies.

On Fox News, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), chairman of the House committee that oversees the Justice Department and FBI, alleged an anti-Trump “conspiracy” by FBI agents whose text message exchanges have been made public in selective bursts by GOP lawmakers.

“Some of these texts are very disturbing,” Goodlatte said, adding, “They illustrate a conspiracy on the part of some people, and we want to know a lot more about that.”



Jan2412:51

South Korea Slips Off the US Leash

The mainstream US media, when it comes to the idea of talks between the governments of North and South Korea, are focused on the idea that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is trying to drive a wedge between the Republic of Korea and the United States. No doubt that is true, but this focus misses a major part of the story.

What we’re really seeing here is South Korean President Moon Jae-in making a bold move to assert South Korea’s independence from the United States.

Nobody should be surprised that Moon, who was swept into power thanks to a surge of voters (he won by 41.1% against two conservative parties which received 24% and 21.1%) last year on a promise to reach out to North Korea and attempt to bring the two warring halves of the Korean Peninsula (they are still technically in a state of war that began in 1950, nearly 68 years ago) back together.

Jan2412:50

Obama administration cheated Turkey in Syria: President Erdo?an

The administration of former U.S. President Barack Obama “failed to keep its promises” to Turkey in Syria, not following up its pledge to “leave Manbij to its rightful owners,” President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an has said.

“There was an operation during Mr. Obama’s administration. That operation aimed to clear terrorists from Manbij. But he failed to keep up to his promise and cheated us,” Erdo?an said in a speech to neighborhood heads (muhtars) in Ankara on Jan. 24.

Manbij is a city in the northeast of the Aleppo Governorate in northern Syria, currently controlled by the People’s Protection Units (YPG), which Ankara sees as linked to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).

“We’ve done our part but they have not. They promised they would send the terrorists in this area to the east of the Euphrates and leave Manbij to its rightful owners. But they did not keep their promise,” Erdo?an said.

Jan2412:49

Dollar Plunges Most In 10 Months – Worst Start To A Year Since 1987

This morning’s collapse in the dollar – the biggest daily drop since March 2017 – has extended the 2018 demise to 3.2%, the worst start to a year since 1987.

Jan2412:49

“Too Big To Believe” – Massive Scandal Is Brewing At The FBI

As the Potemkin Village walls of The Left’s ‘Trump Collusion’ narrative crash and burn along with special counsel Mueller’s credibility, The New York Post’s Michael Goodwin sees far more wide-ranging problems ahead for America’s ‘intelligence’ agencies as the anti-Trump ‘secret society’ and lovers-texts-gate debacles threaten the core of the Deep State.

Goodwin writes that, during the financial crisis, the federal government bailed out banks it declared “too big to fail.” Fearing their bankruptcy might trigger economic Armageddon, the feds propped them up with taxpayer cash.

Something similar is happening now at the FBI, with the Washington wagons circling the agency to protect it from charges of corruption. This time, the appropriate tag line is “too big to believe.”



Jan2412:48

More Than 10% Of $3.7 Billion In ICO Profits Has Been Stolen By Hackers

Indeed, incompetence and outright fraud aren’t just rampant in the ICO space: They’re the norm; even the largest – and purportedly most credible – ICOs – have been tainted by scandal. Offerings like Tezos, which raised more than $230 million and was backed by widely respected VCs like Tim Draper – have been hit with dozens of lawsuits from investors alleging negligence, embezzlement and fraud, according to Reuters.

By some estimates, up to 90% of these offerings will lose money for their investors.

Jan2412:44

FLASHBACK – Clinton directed her maid to print out classified materials

As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton routinely asked her maid to print out sensitive government emails and documents — including ones containing classified information — from her house in Washington, DC, emails and FBI memos show. But the housekeeper lacked the security clearance to handle such material.

In fact, Marina Santos was called on so frequently to receive emails that she may hold the secrets to emailgate — if only the FBI and Congress would subpoena her and the equipment she used.

Clinton entrusted far more than the care of her DC residence, known as Whitehaven, to Santos. She expected the Filipino immigrant to handle state secrets, further opening the Democratic presidential nominee to criticism that she played fast and loose with national security.

Jan2412:44

ISRAEL’S “SAFE ZONE” IS CREEPING FARTHER INTO SYRIA

ISRAEL IS EXPANDING its influence and control deeper into opposition-held southern Syria, according to multiple sources in the area. After failed attempts to ensure its interests were safeguarded by the major players in the war next door, Israel is pushing to implement the second phase of its “safe-zone” project — an attempt to expand a buffer ranging out from the occupied Golan Heights deeper into the southern Syrian provinces of Quneitra and Daraa. The safe zone expansion marks a move toward deeper Israeli involvement in Syria’s civil war.

The Intercept learned the outlines of the safe-zone expansion plan through a monthslong investigation relying on information from a variety of sources, including Syrian opposition activists on the ground in the south, Syrian opposition figures based in Jordan, Syrian government sources, and an Israeli-American NGO directly involved in the safe-zone project.

Jan2412:43

Cryptocurrency backed by gold being developed by Perth Mint to entice investors back to precious metals

Australia’s biggest gold refiner, the Perth Mint, is developing its own cryptocurrency backed by physical precious metals.

The ambitious plan, which is subject to a confidentiality agreement, will make it easier for consumers to buy gold.

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AUDIO: Perth Mint chief executive Richard Hayes talks about plans to develop a crypto-gold product (ABC News)
The mint also plans to make use of blockchain technology, first used as the core component of the digital currency Bitcoin, where it works as a public ledger for transactions.

In the 10 years since its inception, blockchain has been used to track transactions in industries from agriculture to land registration and the music recording industry.


 


Jan2412:42

IN AFGHANISTAN, PUTIN COURTS CHINA IN SEARCH OF ‘ANOTHER SYRIA’

Islamic State’s growing presence in the country gives Russia a pretext for a partnership with China and Pakistan that could counter the influence of the US

Jan2412:42

CIA Boss Gives Latest Indication Trump May Consider Preemptive Strike on North Korea

The spy agency is briefing the president about military options on North Korea, which outside analysts warn could escalate to nuclear war.

Jan2412:41

Deep State Plot Thickens: Two Top FBI Officials Discussed ‘Secret Society’ In Anti-Trump Texts

Top Counterintelligence official, Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page exchanged more than 50,000 text messages with each other; many were shown as “anti-Trump” in nature. Now, some lawmakers are demanding more inquiry into these texts, as the two disgraced officials also texted about a “secret society.”

Strzok was deeply involved in both the Hillary Clinton email probe and FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. He and Page were romantically involved with each other and during the 2016 presidential election, they spoke regularly. Just one day after President Trump’s victory, the two disgraced government officials texted about “secret society,” according to two lawmakers with knowledge of the messages.

Jan2412:41

People Are ‘Dying In Hospital Corridors’ Under Britain’s Socialized Healthcare System

There’s new outrage overseas, as people are literally dying in the corridors of hospitals because of Britain’s overrun socialized medicine scam. In case Venezuela didn’t do enough to prove that socialism is a deadly joke on humanity, Britain’s healthcare system should be the last nail in its coffin.

The patients are dying in hospital corridors as safety is jeopardized by intolerable conditions say doctors in Britain, according to the BBC last week. More details continue to emerge surrounding the newest outrages which have sprung up from Britain’s crisis-beset healthcare system. This most recent revelation came as a result of an open letter sent to the Prime Minister by 68 senior doctors, offering details of the inhuman conditions which have become common in the socialized National Health Service’s hospitals.


 


Jan2412:40

Turkey’s Operation in Northern Syria, Day 4 Roundup

During the fourth day of Ankara’s military operation, Turkish Air Forces continued making airstrikes on Kurdish forces’ positions in the Syrian town of Rajo, near the border with Turkey, according to the Sputnik Türkiye correspondent. Turkish tanks and artillery near the Afrin border were also pounding Kurdish positions.

Turkish armed forces and FSA units stationed to the west of the city of Azaz were shelling Kurdish forces. There were also clashes between Kurdish forces and Turkish military near the town of Gülbaba.

Meanwhile, Turkish Armed Forces continue to move military hardware to the Afrin area through Öncüp?nar checkpoint in Kilis.

Jan2412:40

Indonesia quake shakes capital, causes some injuries, damage in Java

Office workers fled high-rise buildings in the Indonesian capital on Tuesday after a strong earthquake shook the city, causing some injuries and damage to at least 130 buildings elsewhere on the densely populated island of Java.

The relatively shallow quake of magnitude 6 struck off Java, the US Geological Survey said, and authorities ruled out the risk of a tsunami.

Many people ran along the streets of downtown Jakarta, pointing at the buildings above them, witnesses said. Metro TV showed patients being evacuated from a hospital.

Jan2412:39

Winter of Discontent: US Announces New Offensive Against Taliban in Afghanistan

NATO has announced that they will begin a winter offensive against the Taliban in Afghanistan, with US and Afghan forces targeting the militant group’s sources of funding in preparation for a rumoured spring counteroffensive from the insurgents.

Jan2412:39

Newly freed, rancher Cliven Bundy gets a hero’s welcome in Montana

Cliven Bundy was fresh out of jail, and so the nation’s most controversial rancher strode into the town of Paradise and called on hundreds of supporters — a sea of cattlemen, timber workers and star-struck children — to follow in his footsteps.

“Go and read your Constitution,” he said, telling the crowd Saturday to reject federal control of millions of acres of American landscapes. Washington, he declared, has no business “telling you how to graze your cattle, cut your timber, mine your mines.”

In 2014, when his fight over cattle grazing led to an armed standoff with federal agents, Bundy became a symbol of defiance for rural Westerners angry over the government’s management of public lands.

By the time he walked free this month, that issue had become a national flashpoint. The Trump administration has moved to open more lands to mining, drilling and logging, to the cheers of land-rights activists and commercial interests and the dismay of environmentalists.


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Jan2412:33

The Bitcoin Psyop

Jan2412:32

Two car bombings kill at least 33 in Benghazi

A pair of car bombs were detonated in central Benghazi in Libya Tuesday, killing at least 33 and leaving more than 50 others wounded, per Reuters.

How it happened: The first bomb went off outside a mosque as attendees were leaving evening prayers. As ambulances and security officers arrived at the scene, a second bomb exploded about 10 minutes later across the street. It is not yet clear who is responsible for the attack.

Jan2412:32

Powell confirmed as next Fed chair

The Senate has approved Jerome Powell as Federal Reserve Chairman in a 85-12 vote. Per the Wall Street Journal, Powell is “likely to stick with Ms. Yellen’s cautious and gradual approach to raising rates.”

Jan2412:26

THE TRUTH ABOUT WHERE YOUR FOOD COMES FROM

Ironically, it’s been easier to get information about the dangers of nuclear waste that it’s been to penetrate the “iron curtain” of America’s food industry. Know the truth about what you’re eating and where your food comes from.


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Jan2412:25

California To Business Owners: Half Of Your Savings From Trump’s Tax Bill Belongs To Us

California lawmakers are targeting the expected windfall that companies in the state would see under the federal tax overhaul with a bill that would require businesses to turn over half to the state.

A proposed Assembly Constitutional Amendment by Assemblymen Kevin McCarty, D-Sacramento, and Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, would create a tax surcharge on California companies making more than $1 million so that half of their federal tax cut would instead go to programs that benefit low-income and middle-class families.

Jan2412:24

Worthy rant by fed up German woman

A video of a woman who says that she “cannot deal with this fear anymore”. The woman, called “Mona Maja” recorded the video to say how migration has changed her country and how the media is pretending that everything is normal.

Jan2412:19

Sen. Ron Johnson: FBI Informant Says ‘Secret Society’ Held Secret Meetings Off-Site

An FBI informant has apparently informed Congress that a secret society at the FBI was holding secret meetings off-site after the election of Donald Trump.

On Special Report with Bret Baier Tuesday evening, Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) called it “corruption of the highest levels of the FBI.”

“That secret society — we have an informant that’s talking about a group that were holding secret meetings off-site,” Johnson said. “There is so much smoke here.”

Jan2412:19

CIA Director Says North Korea’s Missile Program Is More Advanced Than We Thought

uring an interview with CBS This Morning on Monday, CIA Director Mike Pompeo repeated his claim that a nuclear North Korea is only a “handful of months” away from being able to strike the US, according to a new report. Previously, the public estimates from the intelligence community were that North Korea still has at least a year to go before it would acquire the capacity to launch a nuclear strike on the Continental US with a high degree of accuracy.

Jan2412:18

Pence’s Speech in Israel Shows US ‘Discredited’ as Part of Peace Process

On Monday it was revealed that US Vice President Mike Pence doesn’t have too many friends in the Israeli Parliament, especially since a cluster of politicians from the Joint Arab Alliance interrupted him just seconds into his speech there.

According to the Jerusalem Post, the politicians were voicing their opposition to US President Donald Trump’s announcement that the US Embassy in Israel would be moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

But could Pence have expected anything less?

Jan2412:18

Taiwanese President: Chinese Attack Is Possible

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen is taking the threat of a Chinese military attack very seriously and stated Tuesday that Taipei has not ruled out the possibility of such an attack happening, as Beijing’s military conducts more and more drills near the self-ruling island.

“No one can exclude this possibility,” Tsai said on Taiwanese TV Monday evening in response to a question about whether China might use military force against Taiwan. “We will need to see whether their policymakers are reasonable or not,” she noted.

Jan2412:18

US Military to Renew Ties With Infamous Indonesian Counterterror Forces

On Tuesday, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis announced that he is looking to re-establish ties with Kopassus, Indonesia’s top counterterror force, nearly 20 years after the group was barred from working with the US in 1999.

Jan2412:13

Woman Sues Background Check Site After Husband Uses Site To Catch Her Cheating

Mary from Dallas Texas filed a lawsuit against background check site Persopo.com this month in court. In her lawsuit, she alleges Persopo.com provided her husband with “confidential” information about her. Her husband divorced her based off this information and she wants Persopo.com to pay.

Jan2412:13

Password Pressure

Hawaii Governor David Ige recently revealed that neglecting to remember his Twitter handle and password delayed his tweet correcting the accidental January 13 ballistic missile alert by 17 minutes.

Jan2412:12

Russia deploys four S-400 missile defense systems to Syria

The Russian military has deployed four units of its state-of-the-art S-400 anti-aircraft missile defensive systems to Syria.

In the videos published by the Russian Defense Ministry on Tuesday, two of the four units can be seen being delivered to the Hmeimim airbase in Syria’s coastal province of Latakia.

The two other units were shipped to the Russian maritime facility located in Syria’s Mediterranean coastal city of Tartus.

Jan2412:12

‘Time has come’ to change Iran’s nuclear deal: US VP

US Vice President Mike Pence has underlined Washington’s resolve to change Iran’s nuclear deal, warning that the US will withdraw from the agreement if it is not altered.

During a meeting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin in Jerusalem al-Quds on Tuesday, Pence stressed that “the time has come” for Washington’s desired changes in the deal, adding, “If our allies will not join us, President [Donald] Trump has made clear we will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal immediately.”

“But we hope in the months ahead to be able to strengthen it,” he added.

Jan2412:07

REPORT: MISSING FBI TEXTS INCLUDE DIRECT THREATS OF PHYSICAL HARM AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP

High-level FBI officials that supported Hillary Clinton for president discussed “initiating” physical harm against President Donald Trump in a series of “missing” text messages, according to a shocking new report detailed by two different alternative news outlets.

With the possibility that tens of thousands of text messages between anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok and his mistress, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, were purposefully deleted, many have assumed that they contained bombshell evidence of a conspiracy against Trump and, now, that seems to actually be the case.

In the article, True Pundit details what they claim to be comments made by a high ranking FBI official who believes the missing texts contained actual threats against the life of Donald Trump.

Jan2412:06

Kurds Release ISIL Captives to Join Battle against Turkish Army

Local sources reported on Tuesday that the Kurdistan Democratic Union Party (PYD) has released all ISIL captives that have agreed to join the battle against the forces of the Turkey-led Olive Branch Operation in Northern Aleppo.

Jan2412:06

Lebanese Kurds call on Russia to defend people in Syria’s Afrin

The Lebanese Kurds held rallies in front of the Russian embassy and the Russian Center for Science and Culture, condemning the Turkish military operation in the Afrin area

 

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