Mediaite – by Casey Hopkins
In news that will make the hair on the back of your human-animal hybrid stand up, noted death battler and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is being accused of selling supplements tainted with “potentially dangerous levels” of lead.
This potentially damning finding comes from a new report byNewsweek detailing how the CEH (Center for Environmental Health) recently filed a claim against Jones and InfoWars. Continue reading “Uh-Oh! Alex Jones Accused of Selling Lead-Tainted Supplements”
Liberty Blitzkrieg – by Michael Krieger
I’m going to keep this relatively short. I’ve written thousands of articles over the years, and anyone who’s read me for any period of time knows where I stand when it comes to hatred, bigotry and violence. I find all these things repulsive, and think people who gravitate to such behavior to be operating on such a low level of awareness, it’s genuinely hard for me to believe these people exist in real life.
I published my seminal piece discussing the repulsion I feel with today’s political environment back in February in the post, Lost in the Political Wilderness. Now’s a perfect time to reread that piece, but here’s an excerpt if you’re short on time: Continue reading “Don’t Play Into The Divide & Conquer Game”
Veterans Today – by Jonas E Alexis
Trump wants to have no limit. Since he is an Israeli shill, he wants to destroy one country after another, and he thinks he has the nuclear and political power do whatever the Israelis tell him. The Israelis told him that Assad used chemical weapons on his own people, and Trump had to say, “Yes, sir.”
Trump bombed Syria for a few hours, but deep inside he knew that the Israelis were just using him because they never gave him a single evidence showing that Assad was really responsible for the chemical gas attack. Russia has always been on the right side of history by showing that Assad had nothing to do with the chemical attack. Continue reading “Donald Trump wants to invade the world, presumably for Israel and Saudi Arabia”
A.V. Club – by Randall Colburn
If you’ve ever spent any substantial amount of time watching Infowars, you‘ve seen three things: blatant lies, leathery male nipples, and supplements. So many supplements. Supplements to make you strong, supplements to make you sexy, and supplements to make you boom-boom caveman. Quartz recently concluded that Jones is essentially the Gwyneth Paltrow of the alt-right, as the products both celebrities peddle are equally ineffective. But if you’re looking for a more scientific conclusion as to Jones’ particular brand of snake oil, Buzzfeed’s got you covered with this new study. Continue reading “Surprise: Scientists confirm Alex Jones’ supplements are worthless”
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
Having made the week for Vix buyers quite profitable, President Trump – whose North Korea rhetoric sent market volatility soaring in the past week – appeared ready to spread the love among long-suffering oil bulls, when on Friday afternoon Trump refused to rule out a U.S. military intervention in Venezuela, and said that the US has a military option in the insolvent, quasi civil war Latin American nation.
“I’m not going to rule out a military option,” Trump told reporters at his New Jersey golf club discussing recent events in Venezuela. “We have many options for Venezuela, including a possible military option, if necessary,” Trump said after a meeting with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and UN Ambassador Nikki Haley. Continue reading “Trump: “We Have A Military Option For Venezuela””
Ron Paul Institute – by Daniel McAdams
Usually foreign analysts of the American political scene are either sycophantic or just annoying, but no one would dare say that about Aussie observer Caitlin Johnstone, whose punk rock style of cutting to the chase is as refreshing as it can be shocking (I am not a fan of the strong language, but I get it). Since President Trump’s “fire and fury” explosion yesterday Americans have to an unsettling degree once again rallied ’round the (false) flag of war propaganda. Today Ms. Johnstone provided a much-needed slap in the face to the mind-numbed masses once again clamoring for US bombs on a country they could not find on a map if their lives depended on it. Continue reading “Only Morons Believe What the US Government Says About North Korea”
Another Day in the Empire – by Kurt Nimmo
Despite his opposition to surveillance during the campaign, Trump has flip-flopped once again and now supports the surveillance state.
His Homeland Security advisor, Tom Bossert, who worked with the Bush administration, penned an editorial for The New York Times this week calling for a reauthorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Section 702 allows for vacuuming up emails, instant messages, Facebook messages, web browsing history, and more in direct violation of the Fourth Amendment. Continue reading “The Surveillance State and Big Brother Trump”
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
Update: Trump’s bluff may be working already. Following Trump’s ultimatum, Mark Meadows, chairman of the Freedom Caucus said that the healthcare bill has been improved, and that the Freedom Caucus will meet and discuss the revised bill. And while Meadows is maintaining a solid front for now, saying he is a “No” vote right now, with Trump having shone the spotlight fully on the Freedom Caucus, and thus providing republicans with a scapegoat should the vote fail tomorrow, we would not find it at all surprising if the Freedom Caucus were to fold overnight following “intense deliberations.” Continue reading “Trump Issues An Ultimatum To House Republicans: Vote On Friday Or Obamacare Stays”
It’s only been two days since Donald Trump won the 2016 Presidential election, but in that time, his position on numerous policies has changed. During his campaign trail, President-elect Trump promised his supporters that he’d repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (also known as “Obamacare”), as well as withdraw the US’ military support from South Korea.
48 hours after Hillary Clinton conceded the win to Trump, he’s changed his stance on both. The Independent reports that after Donald Trump met with President Barack Obama in the White House and the pair discussed the highlights of the Obama administration – particularly the fact that 20 million Americans have received healthcare with the Affordable Care Act (and 100,000 have signed up for Obamacare in the past 48 hours), Trump had a change of heart. Continue reading “Trump Will Neither Repeal Obamacare Nor Withdraw US’ Support From South Korea”
Publisher’s Note: If this election season does not cure you of voting at any level in a statists enterprise, you have been paralyzed from the neck up in a skiing accident. When you pull that lever, it is a declaration of war on your neighbor.
Use this time to tend to your preps.
This is the one hundred year anniversary of the Easter Rising in Ireland and the beginning of the “suit and tie” guerrilla fight in Eire. In recognition of the coming Endarkenment and the possibility for sporty times ahead, I’ve added two new wrinkles to my armory for the excitement ahead.
Continue reading “Breaking Up in 2016: The Best Election Results by Bill Buppert”
Watchdog Texas Bureau – by Kenric Ward
A plan to abolish Texas’ property tax system – the longest of political long shots – is getting slightly better odds with a push from the top Democrat in San Antonio.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff says he could support replacing property taxes with a consumption-based sales tax. Continue reading “Top Democrat supports scrapping property tax for sales tax”
The Anti-Media – by James Holbrooks
New York — In a special session of the United Nations Security Council on Friday, the U.S., along with several other countries, slammed the practice of forcibly removing Palestinian civilians by Israel to make way for Israeli settlers, saying the behavior is leading to a “one-state reality” for Palestinians.
The session, titled “Illegal Israeli Settlements: Obstacles to Peace and the Two-State Solution,” is a response to mounting criticism over a dramatic rise in settler activity in recent decades. It’s been reported that over 11,000 Israeli housing units have been authorized under the rule of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Continue reading “Countries from Around the World Just Slammed Israel’s Imperialism in Palestine”