Military Times – by Meghann Myers

Hundreds of military installations have either known or likely water contamination caused by runoff from firefighting foam used in response to vehicle and aircraft accidents, according to the Environmental Working Group.

Using Defense Department data, the organization built an interactive map of 305 sites, which are found in all 50 states. Each map dot opens up to information and links on perfluorooctane sulfonate or perfluorooctanoic acid, known as PFAS.

Continue reading “Here are more than 300 bases with possible toxic ‘forever chemical’ contamination”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

On Monday a key initiative undertaken by the Russian government for over the past year to establish a ‘sovereign internet’ will face a major test. That’s when the country and its information systems will be intentionally disconnected from the worldwide web, according to Russia’s communications ministry.

Russia aims to ready its own web to both survive a global internet shutdown and defend against foreign cyber-attacks and intrusion on its data infrastructure.  Continue reading “Russia’s “Sovereign Internet” Test Will Cut Off Entire Country From Web On Monday”

The Mind Unleashed – by Emma Fiala

If you’ve ever lost of track of whether or not your child was vaccinated for any one of the diseases current vaccines are supposed to prevent the spread of, science has something for you.

Thanks to researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), vaccine data can now be embedded directly into human skin, as reported by Scientific American. What more could you want?  Continue reading “Invisible Ink Could Soon Reveal Whether Children Have Been Vaccinated”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Livingston, LA — A high level Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy — who commanded the SWAT team — and his wife have been indicted this week on more than 150 felonies for unspeakable crimes against children. Dennis Perkins, 44, and and his wife Cynthia Perkins, 34, are accused of multiple counts of child rape and the production of child pornography, among other disturbing charges.  Continue reading “High-Level Police Commander and Wife Indicted on 150 Counts for Child Sex Ring, Sex With Animals”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Philadelphia, PA — Earlier this month in Florida, a tragedy unfolded when two armed thugs hijacked a UPS truck with the driver still inside. The chase ended in a hail of gunfire as police failed to follow any safety protocols, used innocent bystanders as human shields, and two innocent people were killed as a result. A single variable in this situation, however, could’ve drastically changed the outcome. Had the UPS driver been armed, he may still be alive, along with the innocent bystander who was also killed in the unnecessary crossfire.  Continue reading “FedEx Driver Uses Gun to Kill Armed Robber and Prevents Another UPS-Like Hijacking”

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins

A Georgia homeowner shot and killed an intrusion suspect around noon on Wednesday.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the homeowner returned to his home to find the suspect inside. Continue reading “Homeowner Shoots, Kills Intrusion Suspect in Middle of Day”

New York Daily News

Surveillance footage of the outside of Jeffrey Epstein’s cell at the troubled Metropolitan Correctional Center during his suicide attempt has gone missing, prosecutors revealed Wednesday.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Jason Swergold admitted nobody can find the footage of the outside of the cell the multimillionaire perv shared with accused quadruple murderer Nick Tartaglione during a hearing in White Plains District Court. Tartaglione, a former Briarcliff Manor cop, faces the death penalty for the alleged murders in a drug deal gone bad.

Continue reading “Surveillance footage outside of Jeffrey Epstein’s cell during suicide attempt is missing”


The U.S. government may collect information about U.S. citizens without obtaining a warrant if the information is gathered inadvertently while legally carrying out surveillance of non-nationals abroad, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Wednesday.

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York ruled in an appeal by Agron Hasbajrami, a U.S. resident arrested in 2011 and who later pleaded guilty to a charge of attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization. Continue reading “Warrant not always needed for ‘inadvertent’ NSA surveillance of Americans: U.S. court”

Middle East Monitor

The US Senate yesterday approved a Pentagon budget worth $738 billion, which includes the authorisation of harsh new sanctions on Syria, Iran and Russia due to war crimes the three countries committed in the Syrian conflict.

The bipartisan vote, which won 86-6 in the Republican-dominated Senate, is to ensure that the sanctions on Syrian regime officials, civilian and military leaders, and anyone associated with them who participated in atrocities are implemented within six months.  Continue reading “US Senate approves new sanctions on Syria, Iran, Russia over war crimes”

Tenth Amendment Center – by Mike Maharrey

ALBANY, N.Y. (Dec. 13, 2019) – Last Monday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law that creates a licensing program for the manufacture of CBD products for human consumption and will ensure continued availability of CBD products in the state. This will not only open up markets in New York; it also takes a crucial step given the FDA’s continued regulation and prohibition of cannabinoid.  Continue reading “Signed as Law: New York Bill Maintains Legal CBD Sales Despite Ongoing FDA Prohibition”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Last month more than 4,000 pigs died from African swine fever (ASF) in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province. The outbreak appears to be worsening in December with as many as 30,000 pigs dead, according to the province’s food security and livestock agency, reported ReutersContinue reading ““Very Serious” – 30,000 Pigs Dead As Pig Ebola Spreads In Indonesia’s North Sumatra”


BEAVERTON, Ore. (KOIN) — One person was killed and three others injured in a stabbing spree that began at the Murryhill Marketplace shopping center in Beaverton.

The 20-year-old suspect was taken into custody, according to Officer Matt Henderson with the Beaverton Police Department.  Continue reading “1 dead, 3 hurt in Murrayhill stabbing, Tigard carjacking”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Jefferson, WI — In what can can only be described as ‘a new low’, a Jefferson County sheriff’s deputy has been arrested and charged with burglarizing the homes of people she knew would be attending funerals.

The former sheriff’s deputy, Janelle Gericke, 29, of Jefferson, used the obituaries to stalk those mourning their lost family members — to rob them. She was finally caught when a family returned home early from a funeral and found Gericke in their kitchen.  Continue reading “Cop Arrested for Burglarizing Homes of People While They Attended Funerals”

Breitbart – by Sean Moran

The House passed a spending bill Tuesday that will fund the federal government through the rest of the fiscal year, which averted a government shutdown fight but drew criticism from conservatives.

The House passed the $1.4 trillion spending bill with bipartisan support.  Continue reading “House Passes $1.4 Trillion Spending Bill Despite Conservatives’ Criticism”

Gatestone Institute – by Soeren Kern

All of the major parties represented in the Austrian Parliament have agreed to support a resolution condemning the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement as anti-Semitic.

The measure calls on Austria’s federal government to fight anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism, and to withhold any form of financial and other state support from anti-Semitic organizations and advocates of BDS principles.  Continue reading “Austrian Parliament to Declare BDS Movement as Anti-Semitic”

Wall Street on Parade – by Pam Martens and Russ Martens

One has to wonder how much money it would take for the New York Fed to throw at Wall Street before the New York Times reports to its readers on the biggest Wall Street bailout by the Fed since the financial crisis.  Continue reading “New York Fed Plans to Throw $2.93 Trillion at Wall Street’s Trading Houses Over Next Month as New York Times Remains Silent”


Hong Kong (CNN Business)An international advocacy group has accused Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Tesla of “knowingly benefiting from” the use of young children to mine cobalt in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

International Rights Advocates filed a federal class action against the five companies in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, where the group is based. The complaint claims that the firms “are knowingly benefiting from and aiding and abetting the cruel and brutal use of young children” to mine cobalt in extremely dangerous conditions. Continue reading “Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Tesla are sued over alleged child labor in Congo”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Waverly, OH — Some police officers in America are so prone to violence that they cannot resist the urge to bash in the faces of anyone who rubs them the wrong way. As the following video shows, even completely restrained and harmless individuals restrained in chairs are not safe from this tendency of cops snapping into violent rages.

A Pike County Sheriff’s deputy was allowed to quietly resign earlier this month after being caught on video pepper spraying a man who was completely restrained in a restraint chair and then punching him multiple times in the face.  Continue reading “Shocking Video Shows Cop Torture Restrained Man, Punching and Pepper Spraying Him Repeatedly”

Religion Unplugged – by Paul Glader

NEW YORK — A whistleblower complaint filed at the Internal Revenue Service in November by a knowledgeable church member alleges that a non-profit supporting organization controlled by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints used member tithes to amass more than $100 billion in a set of investment funds and the Church misled members about uses of the money.  Continue reading “Whistleblower Alleges $100 Billion Stockpile By Mormon Church”