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  • BOMBSHELL! Caught on tape: President uses the "N-Word" intentionally. This is the recording.

    08/14/2018 3:42:15 PM PDT · by Bon mots · 15 replies
    YouTube ^ | August 14, 2018 | Bon Mots
    Here is the recording you have been waiting for - the President caught on tape saying the 'N-word'.
  • Omarosa shouldn't be SUED, she should be ARRESTED! [Vanity]

    08/14/2018 12:46:45 PM PDT · by CivilWarBrewing · 36 replies ^ | August 14, 2018 | CivilWarBrewing
    Omarosa recorded conversations in SCIFs at the White House. This is a federal CRIME and Omarosa should be ARRESTED and INCARCERATED immediately. Apparently, some of Trump's attorneys are Deep State HACKS GIVING TRUMP BAD ADVICE by always protecting their cabal! Omarosa has clearly shown she committed security violations by recording conversations in SCIFs and privileged conversations with the president then leaking them to the media. She's as ROTTEN as James Comey and might have been ONE OF HIS 'PLANTS' AS WELL. Did Comey's FBI wire her up to record Team Trump?!! She refuses to disclose HOW she managed to make...
  • Human Trafficking Whistleblower/"Conspiracy Theorist" Dies in DC Hotel Room

    08/14/2018 5:32:24 AM PDT · by junkbond · 26 replies
    Jenny Moore ("TaskForce") was a former cop with the Tracy, California Police Department and Whistleblower who had been investigating Child Trafficking rings in the Washington DC area and elsewhere for at least the past year.
  • Cookie Controversy: Hydrox Accuses Oreo of Retail Sabotage

    08/13/2018 11:54:32 AM PDT · by Diana in Wisconsin · 73 replies
    Mental Floss ^ | August 13, 2018 | Jake Rossen
    Like Coke and Pepsi, Oreo and Hydrox have been engaged in a century-long retail product feud. Released in 1908, four years before the first Oreo rolled off the factory lines, Hydrox has long had to contend with the perception they’re the knock-off. Oreo became the preferred chocolate-and-cream cookie snack, with most citing Nabisco (and now Mondelēz) as having the marketing muscle to smother their smaller competitor. But according to a new Federal Trade Commission complaint filed by Hydrox, Oreo’s success isn’t strictly the result of deeper corporate pockets. Leaf Brands, the current owners of Hydrox, are alleging that Mondelēz is...
  • Was Omarosa Spying on Trump for Comey's Anti-Trump FBI? [Vanity]

    08/13/2018 10:44:47 AM PDT · by CivilWarBrewing · 23 replies ^ | August 13, 2018 | CivilWarBrewing
    In July 2016, Omarosa was named as Director of African-American Outreach for Donald Trump's presidential campaign. She was then hired by Trump to his transition team in December 2016. On January 3, 2017 she was named as a member of Trump's White House staff, focusing on public engagement. Has anyone considered that Omarosa may have been recruited by Comey's FBI to spy on Team Trump and record as much as possible while doing so? She was undoubtedly one of the problematic leakers during her time there.
  • New Mexico has seen its share of fringe groups

    08/12/2018 6:23:31 PM PDT · by CedarDave · 32 replies
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | August 11, 2018 | Mike Gallagher
    There are plenty of wide open spaces in New Mexico where people seeking to live off the grid can find starry nights, ... and few prying eyes. Some of those folks are loners. Others are just checking out of the urban rat race. Others come to practice their religion in monasteries or remote farms in ways that harm no one. But New Mexicos remote areas have also attracted groups on the fringe of society who end up in the crosshairs of law enforcement and often its because of their treatment of the children who live in the communes....
  • Rising sea levels could leave internet cables underwater within 15 years, study says

    08/11/2018 5:32:44 AM PDT · by Diana in Wisconsin · 86 replies ^ | August 9, 2018 | Adrianna Novarro
    A recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Oregon and the University of Wisconsin says that internet cables will be underwater in 15 years, and it's too late to stop it. Coauthor Dr. Carol Barford said that she and the other researchers had expected to see some overlap in infrastructure and shorelines, but the timing surprised them. "The main thing that we didn't expect was that it would be so soon," Barford told AccuWeather. In 2015, Barford's two coauthors, Paul Barford and Ramakrishnan Durairajan, contributed to a study that mapped out the infrastructure of the internet in the...
  • GREAT TWITTER THREADS: AUGUST 9, 2018 (add 'em as you see 'em)

    08/09/2018 10:13:54 AM PDT · by bitt · 10 replies
    There's so many great tweets out there; Let's create a thread to collect them! Most of the following is about the corruption of gov't, DJT and his Plan; "what's happening"!
  • First, they came for Alex Jones ...

    08/08/2018 6:53:59 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 32 replies
    wnd ^ | 8/7/18 | Joseph Farah
    Ive been warning everyone who would listen about the greatest threat to freedom of speech, freedom of the press and freedom of religion in America today. Its not government. Instead, the overt attack on Americas First Amendment comes from the corporate behemoth new media gatekeepers who are in ideological lockstep with each other from Google to YouTube to Facebook to Twitter to Apple to Amazon. This week, YouTube and Facebook followed Apples lead in banishing Alex Jones, the iconic, high-energy voice that rails against globalism and the Deep State daily on radio, podcasts and his own Infowars TV show....
  • Springfield, Missouri votes down ban on acquiring new pit bulls

    First-ever election win for pit bull advocates SPRINGFIELD, MissouriOut-spending voices for animal and human safety by a margin perhaps as high as $10,000 to $1.00, pit bull advocates on August 7, 2018 celebrated their first-ever defeat of a pit bull ban in a municipal general election. Reversing the outcome of earlier attempts to repeal pit bull bans in Miami-Dade County, Florida, and Aurora, Colorado, pit bull advocates in Springfield, Missouri polled at least 21,142 votes, or 68% of the votes cast, against 9,772 votes (32%) for the ban. Older breed-specific ordinance remains in effect Opened Question 1 on the Springfield...
  • The Police Were Not Policed [Sublime]

    08/07/2018 1:12:51 PM PDT · by Zuben Elgenubi · 10 replies
    National Review ^ | August 7, 2018 | Victor Davis Hanson
    How can Americans now trust the intelligence agencies shown to be corrupt in the very recent past? No doubt Russia must be watched for its chronic efforts to sow more chaos in American elections despite Barack Obamas nave assertion in 2016 that no entity could possibly ever rig a U.S. election, given the decentralization of state voting. Lately the heads of four U.S. intelligence and security agencies Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, FBI Director Chris Wray, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, National Security Agency Director Paul Nakasone, and National Security Adviser John Bolton held coordinated White...
  • How the Pink Tax Affects Female Runners

    08/07/2018 8:19:44 AM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 43 replies
    Runner's World ^ | August 6, 2018 | Kiera Carter
    You know how good a cool shower feels when you come home from a long, sweaty run? Well that shampoo and body wash you love so much could be costing you more if youre using products marketed towards womena price discrimination commonly referred to as the pink tax. Research confirms this is a real thing. The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) compared the cost of various products sold throughout New York City and found a stark difference between the cost of products marketed to men and those marketed to women. And a 2010 Consumer Reports study found...
  • Terrifying insights into climate change could build legislative momentum for emissions cuts

    08/07/2018 7:56:45 AM PDT · by Eddie01 · 35 replies
    physorg ^ | August 7, 2018 | Christine Clark (UCSC)
    Full Title: Terrifying insights into climate change could build legislative momentum for emissions cuts, researchers argue New research in climate science indicates that extreme events, such as heat waves, the collapse of major ice sheets, and mass extinctions are becoming dramatically more probable. Though cuts in rising emissions appear unlikely with the stalled 2015 Paris agreement, University of California San Diego scientists argue that new developments present an opportunity to shift the politics around climate change. For the first time, scientists can make a strong case that no one is exempt from the extreme and immediate risks posed by a...
  • The Reengineering of the Common Tomato

    08/04/2018 4:25:08 PM PDT · by vannrox · 58 replies
    metallicman ^ | June 2018 | editorial staff
    Did you know that the tomato is a fruit? It actually is, you know. It certainly does not taste like one today. Though, it really used to. Tomatoes used to be sweet and delicious. That is, until the 1920s in the United States. What in the world was going on then? All that damned Progressivism and trying to change America into a utopia ruled by a benevolent wealthy class. Nonsense. Oh, yes. They implemented the Federal income tax, and they banned alcohol and did all kinds of things (like giving the right to vote to woman) to turn the world...
  • Sacramento Police Clear Occupy ICE Protest, Seize Gear

    08/01/2018 3:08:49 PM PDT · by BBell · 21 replies ^ | 7/31/18 | Lemor Abrams
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) Sacramento Police officers clad in riot gear raided an immigration protest on Tuesday. Officers temporarily shut down N Street between Sixth and Seventh streets and got right to work, lifting heavy pieces of furniture including beds and couches, and it all up into truck beds. Weve had complaints of their presence noise and inability to get through the sidewalk, said Sacramento Police Capt. Norm Leong.Police say they collected whats been illegally stored for the last five days. But activists say they were just protesting President Trumps immigration policies, and claim what may have looked like a campsite...
  • 911 Outage Reported Across State (MN)

    08/01/2018 2:43:47 PM PDT · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 13 replies ^ | 8/1/18 | Ben Rodgers
    Minnesota law enforcement agencies are experiencing difficulties with their 911 systems. According to a tweet from the city of Edina, the 911 outage is due to a CenturyLink issue that is affecting the entire state. Below are a number of agencies who reported they were experiencing an outage:

    08/01/2018 10:31:06 AM PDT · by Dick Bachert · 49 replies
    Self ^ | 8 1 2018 | Dick Bachert
    Since the early 90's, some of us fools have been trying - largely unsuccessfully - to educate those around us to the ongoing FRAUD of our unbacked fiat paper currency and the Rothschild family criminal enterprise that spawned and still OWNS it - and, by extension, YOU! This 7-minute video is one of the best short explanations I've seen. And if the bondage in which this evil system keeps you fails to infuriate you, perhaps the unnecessary deaths of your kids in banker arranged wars will grab your attention. (Pause...Naaahhhh!) The Founding Fathers understood this evil fiat currency system and...
  • When Progressives Colluded With the Kremlin in a Presidential Election

    07/31/2018 11:53:37 AM PDT · by BBell · 6 replies ^ | 7/31/18 | PAUL KENGOR
    How close America came to being officially pro-Moscow. How many ways have progressives worked with the Kremlin over the years? The examples are legion. When I was researching my boo Dupes, the biggest challenge was sifting through all the self-described progressive individuals or organizations to figure out which were closet communists cloaked as liberals, and whether they collaborated with Moscow. When Congress in 1961 published its major investigation of communist front-groups, titled, Guide to Subversive Organizations and Publications, one of the most popular title listings in the massive index was Progressive. Progressive here, progressive there, progressive everywhere. In fact, if...
  • Why are there helicopters circling over Pittsburgh?

    07/31/2018 8:48:11 AM PDT · by Buckeye McFrog · 51 replies
    WPXI ^ | July 31, 2018 | uncredited
    PITTSBURGH - Monday night several helicopters were seen flying low over the city, causing many Pittsburghers to question what was happening. At Channel 11 we received several calls, and got many more messages on the WPXI Facebook page. Viewers reported as many as six helicopters over the city, sometimes flying at heights that appeared to be just a few hundred feet above the ground. Channel 11 reached out to public safety officials and we're told it is part of a military training exercise "This is a planned exercise in cooperation with local authorities and is not in response to any...
  • Kaepernicks lawyer hints at Trump-Jones conspiracy, says court order is muzzling him

    07/31/2018 7:52:13 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 26 replies
    NBC Sports ^ | July 30, 2018, 11:12 AM EDT | Michael David Smith
    Mark Geragos, the lawyer who is representing Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid in a collusion lawsuit against the NFL, has been hinting all summer that theres damaging information about the NFL that will come out of the case. But Geragos says the court is stopping him from letting the public know all the facts, which he suggested involve a conspiracy regarding President Trump and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. The president tweeted about how lame the national anthem policy was, Geragos said on his Reasonable Doubt podcast. Then Jerry Jones came out and said theyre going to stand during the anthem....