Buzz Hourly – by Cherrey

You would probably think these bench designs were purposely set up like a puzzle and were made deliberately playful. Truth and behold, these designs were created to ward-off society’s homeless people.

Some urban cities have developed creative zones for playful social interaction within its shared spaces. However cities with high rate of homelessness added self-delimiting and counter-intuitive designs to ward off people from lingering in the shared zones and preventing the area to be converted into potential sleeping lounges.   Continue reading ““Homeless, You’re Not Welcome” Benches – Clever, Hostile or Uncomfortably Practical?”

ALLGOV – by -Noel Brinkerhoff

Trust is not something most Americans have in their government these days.

A new USA Today/Bipartisan Policy Center poll found only one in five of those surveyed say they trust the federal government to do what is right most of the time.   Continue reading “Only 1 in 5 Americans Trust the Government to Do What Is Right”

Peak Prosperity – by Chris Martenson

In every era, there are certain people and institutions that are held in the highest public regard as they embody the prevailing values of society. Not that long ago, Albert Einstein was a major public figure and was widely revered. Can you name a scientist that commands a similar presence today?  Continue reading “Bankers Own the World And are ultimately destroying it”

According to reports, three newborns died shortly after receiving the Hepatitis B vaccine.The Tap Blog – by Missy Fluegge

Families of three babies who died shortly after receiving their routine hepatitis B vaccine are mourning the loss of their children. The babies, vaccinated in Vietnam under the country’s National Expanded Program on Immunization, died on July 20 in the central province of Quang Tri, according to the report. [1]   Continue reading “Hep B vaccine kills 3 newborn babies.”

Team_Karse_til_dr-dk Waldorf News – by Mathias Bohn

Five ninth-grade young women from Denmark recently created a science experiment that is causing a stir in the scientific community.

It started with an observation and a question. The girls noticed that if they slept with their mobile phones near their heads at night, they often had difficulty concentrating at school the next day. They wanted to test the effect of a cellphone’s radiation on humans, but their school, Hjallerup School in Denmark, did not have the equipment to handle such an experiment. So the girls designed an experiment that would test the effect of cellphone radiation on a plant instead.   Continue reading “Student Science Experiment Finds Plants Won’t Grow Near Wi-fi Router”

The Electronic Intifada – by David Cronin

Journalists love rows. We love them so much that we often let them distract us.

Last week was no exception. Fascinated by an apparent bust-up between Israel and the European Union, most Middle East analysts (myself included) missed a very important story: Britain’s arms sales to Israel are far higher than David Cameron’s government has previously confessed.   Continue reading “Britain admits selling $12 billion in weapons to Israel”

CNBC – by David Kocieniewski 

MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. — Hundreds of millions of times a day, thirsty Americans open a can of soda, beer or juice. And every time they do it, they pay a fraction of a penny more because of a shrewd maneuver by Goldman Sachs and other financial players that ultimately costs consumers billions of dollars.

The story of how this works begins in 27 industrial warehouses in the Detroit area where Goldman stores customers’ aluminum. Each day, a fleet of trucks shuffles 1,500-pound bars of the metal among the warehouses. Two or three times a day, sometimes more, the drivers make the same circuits. They load in one warehouse. They unload in another. And then they do it again.   Continue reading “The House Edge: A Shuffle of Aluminum, but to Banks, Pure Gold”

Annunaki-Statues-HybridsLeft Hook- by Dean Henderson

The Rothschild family combined with the Dutch House of Orange to found Bank of Amsterdam in the early 1600’s as the world’s first private central bank.  Prince William of Orange married into the English House of Windsor, taking King James II’s daughter Mary as his bride.  The Orange Order Brotherhood, which more recently fomented Northern Ireland Protestant violence, put William III on the English throne where he ruled both Holland and Britain.  In 1694 William III teamed up with the Rothschilds to launch the Bank of England.   Continue reading “The House of Rothschild”

Trapped - Spider And WebThe American Dream – by Michael Snyder

Do you ever feel trapped in an invisible control grid that is slowly but surely closing in all around you?  Do you ever feel like virtually everything that you do is being watched, tracked, monitored and recorded?  If so, unfortunately it is not just your imagination.  Our society is rapidly being transformed into a Big Brother prison grid by a government that is seemingly obsessed with knowing everything that we do.  Continue reading “10 Ways That The Iron Grip Of The Big Brother Prison Grid Is Tightening On All Of Our Lives”

By pushing through new appointments to his National Labor Relations Board and his so-called Consumer Financial Protection Bureau—without any consent from the Senate—President Obama is shredding our Constitution.

Utah Senator Mike Lee, a former constitutional lawyer, has stood up against Obama and blamed the President for using “deeply flawed legal reasoning”:
Continue reading “Stop Obama's Unconstitutional Appointments”