A court in Egypt has called for the live TV hanging of a convicted murderer, arguing that it could help deter copycat killers, according to a letter quoted by local media on Sunday.

During a highly-publicized two-day trial earlier this month, 21-year-old Mohamed Adel was convicted for killing fellow student Nayera Ashraf outside Mansoura University in northern Egypt in late June. It was reported that Adel stalked the girl for some time, and when she refused to marry him, he devised a gruesome plot to kill her.  Continue reading “Murderer could be hanged on live TV”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

It is no secret that the United States of America has a deeply dark and disturbing history in regard to how Native Americans were treated in this country. After wiping out large portions of the indigenous populations with European diseases, the federal government took to forcibly assimilating the remaining population in government institutions. Continue reading “‘Tens of Thousands’ of Native Children Discovered in 50 Mass Grave Sites at Gov’t-Run Schools”

Press TV

The admission this past week by a number of members of the US Congress that the US is, in fact, currently in a war against Russia has provoked a response from some activists in the US, who now seek to force Congress to impeach President Joseph Biden if he refuses to stop the hostilities.

The fact that the US is already at war with Russia was also publicly admitted last Monday by US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, who said the Biden administration’s goals in the war were not only to protect Ukraine but “to weaken Russia as a military power.”  Continue reading “American activists prepare pushback vs US war with Russia”


The world of MMA is full of larger-than-life personalities.

Up-and-coming young talents, battle-hardened legends, trash-talkers, eloquent promotion bosses, crazy stories involving crazy people. Continue reading “How a teenage Russian ‘madman’ knocked out a future UFC champion”

Press TV

The commanding officer of a US aircraft carrier has told his crew the Navy will begin moving sailors off the warship following a string of suicides amid complaints by service members about conditions aboard the vessel, prompting its delayed departure from its base. Continue reading “Surge of suicides aboard US warship prompts transfer of 100s of sailors”


Passengers on airplanes, trains and other public transportation in the U.S. don’t have to wear masks anymore, after a federal judge struck down the mandate.

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said orders requiring masks on public transportation would no longer be enforced, although both agencies recommended their continued use. Continue reading “U.S. Stops Mask Requirement on Planes After Judge’s Ruling”

The Guardian – by Tom Perkins

Independent testing has found hundreds of popular personal care items in the US to be contaminated with benzene, a highly carcinogenic chemical, prompting several big brands to voluntarily recall dozens of products in recent months. Continue reading “Carcinogenic chemical benzene found in hundreds of US personal care products”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Moscow-backed news outlets across the European Union were banned this past week. Across the pond, RT America pulled the cord, ceased all operations, and laid off most of its staff due to “unforeseen business interruption events.” The Orwellian measures that governments impose to silence opposition and control narratives is the same playbook used during the virus pandemic. Continue reading ““Won’t Do Unless At Gunpoint” – Musk’s Starlink Rejects Governments Requests To Ban Russian News”

Daily Mail

Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg’s top political donors received millions of dollars in city contracts after giving thousands to his campaigns while he was mayor of South Bend, Indiana.

Buttigieg’s political action committees took money from 23 companies who then got jobs from South Bend’s Board of Public Works whose members he appointed, documents obtained by DailyMail.com reveal. Continue reading “Pete Buttigieg accepted $250,000 and gifts from mayoral campaign donors who were later awarded $33million in city contracts, raising concerns of ‘pay to play’ as Transportation Secretary doles out $210billion in infrastructure plan”


Before Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, before Ho Chi Minh and before Mao began his Long March, there was Augusto Cesar Sandino.

While Sandino is not a household name in much of the world, as these others are, he was one of the most important and successful guerilla fighters of the 20th century, successfully driving the US Marines out of Nicaragua against nearly impossible odds. His image, with his iconic Tom Mix cowboy hat tilted to one side, continues to be the most ubiquitous symbol in Nicaragua – a country led by the Sandinista Front, named in his honor. Continue reading “‘The mouse kills the cat’: Augusto Cesar Sandino’s rebellion against the US”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

El Salvador President Nayib Bukele tweeted out on Monday wondering if there’s a deliberate plan to destroy the United States from within.

“Is there a deliberate plan to destroy the United States from within? Why are the authorities and some of the media not even commenting on this things? Why are they letting their beautiful cities rot?” President Bukele tweeted. Continue reading “El Salvador President Asks If The Destruction Of United States Is Done Intentionally”

Fox 13

SALT LAKE CITY — The founder and chair of Entrata, a Silicon Slopes tech firm, has resigned his position after sending an email to a number of tech CEOs and Utah business and political leaders, claiming the COVID-19 vaccine is part of a plot by “the Jews” to exterminate people.

The remarks triggered condemnation throughout Utah’s tech community, and led to David Bateman’s resignation from the company’s board of directors after FOX 13 first reported on the email. Continue reading “Utah tech executive resigns after anti-Semitic email rant”