Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Update: Several senior White House officials told Recode Monday that the Trump administration has no plans to build a “nationalized” US 5G network. The presentation, compiled by an unnamed senior NSC aide, was merely a dated proposal that will probably never see the light of day, the officials said.

The administration sources also pointed out that the FCC has a much larger role in setting broadband policy, and Ajit Pai, the current FCC chairman, has said he opposes the nationalization idea.   Continue reading “Trump Administration Says It Has “No Plans” To Build “Nationalized” 5G Network”

Note: This is truly a tragedy. An 8 year-old dead over a minor bike fall? No way! How much you want to bet that the flesh-eating bacteria was picked up in the emergency room of the hospital. How much do you want to bet that this emergency room treats illegal aliens. This is where an investigation should begin! 

Fox News

Like most 8-year-old boys, Liam Flanagan was used to getting a few scrapes and bruises here and there — nothing major.   Continue reading “Oregon boy, 8, dies from flesh-eating bacteria days after falling off bike”

Intellihub – by Shepard Ambellas

OAHU (INTELLIHUB) — It’s been confirmed that an NBC News crew gained access to a highly-secure bunker facility in which the Jan. 13 “ballistic missile threat” alert message was sent from, just hours before the message was broadcast, reportedly in error.

“Hours before the false alarm sounded with warning of an inbound missile we had exclusive access to the bunker where it was sent from,” an NBC News spokesman blatantly admitted in a Jan. 15 report which aired on the Nightly News titled “Nerves Rattled After Missile False Alarm in Hawaii.”   Continue reading “Confirmed: NBC News crew spotted inside bunker that sent Hawaii missile alert, just hours before alert went out”

Spero News

Two leading members of the House Freedom Caucus are calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign. Writing in an op-ed published in the Washington Examiner on Thursday, Reps. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Reps. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), both of whom are notable defenders of President Donald Trump, denounced what they called “manufactured hysteria” over the Russian collusion narrative that has “masked the substantial accomplishments of President Trump’s administration.”   Continue reading “Freedom Caucus Republicans call on AG Sessions to resign”

The Hill

The FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) are probing whether a string of shootings in Harrisburg, Pa., on Friday constituted an act of terror.

ABC News reported Saturday that federal authorities are investigating after 51-year-old Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty allegedly opened fire on police officers in three different locations in the Pennsylvania capital on Friday.   Continue reading “FBI probing Pennsylvania shootings targeting police”

Tech Crunch – by Danny Crichton

Who would have thought that the president who writes in 140-character missives would suddenly be interested in 70 Gbps wireless internet access?

The White House released its congressionally-mandated National Security Strategy report (warning: PDF) yesterday. Tucked away in a section on improving America’s infrastructure was this action item: “We will improve America’s digital infrastructure by deploying a secure 5G Internet capability nationwide.” Other than natural gas, 5G wireless service was the only area of technology to get a specific calling out for infrastructure.   Continue reading “Ultra-fast 5G wireless service declared national security priority by White House”

The Guardian

The Democrat Doug Jones has beaten his Donald Trump-backed Republican rival Roy Moore in the diehard Republican state of Alabama, setting off a political earthquake that shook Washington.

His victory in a special election for a US Senate seat – by a margin of 49.9 to 48.4 with 100% of precincts reporting – is a major personal blow to the president and his efforts to pass tax reform on Capitol Hill.   Continue reading “Alabama election: Democrats defeat Roy Moore”

PR Newswire – by The Peoples Initiative Foundation

LOS ANGELESDec. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Peoples Initiative Foundation has announced the conclusion of a pilot study they organized, headed up by Dr. Gunnar Heuser, showing EHS on an fMRI. This study was originally published by Degruyter in July of 2017, but was absent pictures of the controls.  The company waited until the pictures were placed in the study to issue this press release, as the visual difference between the cases and controls is quite dramatic.   Continue reading “Pilot Study Shows Dramatic Difference In Brain Activity With EHS (Electrohypersensitive) Cases As Compared To Controls (Non EHS).”

USA Watchdog – by Greg Hunter

Michigan State University economics professor Mark Skidmore made an astounding discovery about the finances and budgets of the U.S. federal government earlier this year. He and a team of graduate students discovered $21 trillion missing in the federal budget going back to 1998.  Dr. Skidmore, who specializes in public finance, explains, “We know from official government sources that indicate $21 trillion is, in some way, unaccounted for.  Furthermore, if we come back to the Constitution, all spending needs to be authorized by Congress.  It looks to me, and I think I can conclude with a high degree of certainty, there is money flowing in, as well as out, that is unaccounted for. . . . That’s the one thing we know from these documents, that there is $21 trillion in unaccounted funds.”  Continue reading “Missing $21 Trillion Means Federal Government Is Lawless – Dr. Mark Skidmore”

LA Times

Thanksgiving meals will be served to thousands of homeless and near-homeless individuals today on Skid Row and in Pasadena and Canoga Park amid calls for donations and volunteers for the rest of the year.

The Midnight Mission will serve Thanksgiving brunch to nearly 2,500 homeless and near-homeless men, women and children, according to Georgia Berkovich, its director of public affairs.   Continue reading “Thanksgiving help for the homeless: ‘We haven’t seen numbers like this since the Great Depression’”

Washington Post – by Perry Stein

They ditched school and marched to Capitol Hill en masse, then filled four floors of balconies in the vast atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building. Silent at first, fists raised in the air, they soon erupted into bellowing chants that echoed through the massive marble-clad room.

“Dream Act. Dream Act.”

“Si se puede. Si se puede.”

The demonstration Thursday involving high school and college students from the Washington region and beyond was the latest attempt by undocumented immigrants and their advocates to keep Congress focused on their plight.   Continue reading “‘Undocumented, unafraid.’: DACA recipients storm the U.S. Capitol”

Reader Supported News – by Bill Simpich

About 30,000 JFK files were supposed to be fully released yesterday. The American people only got 2800.

As repeatedly advertised in the media and the National Archives, about 3100 of these files had never seen the light of day. (The others had been released in part.)

By using the 2800 figure and comparing it to the touted 3100 figure, Trump’s people apparently hoped that the busy media would not realize how badly he had dropped the ball. I can assure you that The Washington Post and The New York Times completely missed it. Even the well-respected NBC News (and many other outlets) got it wrong, saying “2891 of at least 3140“ were released, falling into Trump’s trap.   Continue reading “Trump Promised the JFK Files, but the Big Dogs Ate His Homework”

“They say that patriotism is the last refuge to which a scoundrel clings; steal a little and they throw you in jail. Steal a lot and then they make you king” -Bob Dylan

Demagogue: An absolute, unmitigated, lying, treasonous scoundrel hiding very effectively behind false patriotism while shifting the approbation to his detractors… the True Patriots to our Constitution. –author unknown

Spero News – by Martin Barilas

A native of Puerto Rico, Pedro A. Cortes, Pennsylvania’s secretary of state, abruptly resigned from on Wednesday, just three weeks after his office came under fire to allowing thousands of ineligible immigrants across the state to vote. The announcement of his departure came in a “personnel update” from Gov. Tom Wolf (D) that did not specify the reasons for the resignation. Cortes also served as secretary of state from 2003 to 2010 under Gov. Ed Rendell (D).

A spokesman for the governor, J.J. Abbott, told the media that he had no explanation for the resignation. Cortes served as the state’s top election official.    Continue reading “Pennsylvania SecState mysteriously resigns after revelation of non-citizen voters”

ABC News 7

This fall, National Mall visitors might be surprised to find a giant sculpture of a naked woman near the Washington Monument. If the organizers’ permit is approved, the sculpture would become a temporary fixture, allowed to stand there for four months.

For a third year, organizers of Catharsis on the Mall, similar to the Burning Man festival in Nevada, plan to bring music, art and activism to the National Mall over Veteran’s Day weekend.   Continue reading “Giant naked woman sculpture planned for National Mall”

Fox News

One woman was killed and seven other people were hurt after a suspect identified as a Sudanese immigrant opened fire at a Tennessee church Sunday, police said, as federal officials told Fox News the FBI will initiate a civil rights investigation into the shooting.

The suspect, 25-year-old Emanuel Kidega Samson, immigrated from Sudan two decades ago, police said. He’s suspected of bringing two pistols and a mask to the predominantly white Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, southeast of Nashville, before opening fire just after 11 a.m.   Continue reading “Deadly Tennessee church shooting: Sudanese immigrant arrested, FBI to launch civil rights investigation”