Geoengineering Watch – by Dane Wigington

Willful blindness to the criminal actions of your country is not patriotism, it is tyranny. Any that are living under the delusion that our government is in any way concerned about them, their lives, or the lives of our brothers and sisters in the US military, are unimaginably disconnected from reality. The public has been very successfully programmed by the power structure controlled corporate media to blindly support the actions of the criminal cabal that masquerades as legitimate government. This public programming must be broken down if we are to have any chance of salvaging what remains of Earth’s life support systems.   Continue reading “Betrayed – 100 Years Of US Troops As Lab Rats”

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The Obama administration is stepping in to prevent Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from being deposed in a legal case dealing with her use of a private email server for classified information.

The Hill reported Friday that the Justice Department has filed a motion opposing a request from legal watchdog Judicial Watch that Clinton be deposed.   Continue reading “Obama Administration Files Motion In An Effort To Protect Clinton”

The Daily Sheeple – by Joshua Krause

Contrary to what political correctness and social justice advocates would have you believe, their ideas are not about protecting minorities. They serve only one purpose in our society, and that is to hamstring free speech and hobble the cultural cornerstones of our rights. On the surface these ideas may sound like they’re promoting sensitivity, but in reality they are tools of social engineering designed to break down our culture and language, and pave the way for a new oppressive society.   Continue reading “Louisiana Democrat Claims Declaration Of Independence Is Racist”

The Weather Channel

It seems that there is no rest for the rain-weary over parts of Texas. Several significant rain events have produced flooding across the region in recent months and more rain is on the way.

Another round of heavy rain inundated the Lone Star State over the past several days, resulting in even more flooding. After a brief break, more significant rain is expected again this week.   Continue reading “More Locally Heavy Rain For Flood-Weary Texas This Week”


Shame is the hallmark of a lost civilization.  Mislaid ethics is the cause of tolerating generational political corruption. The vast majority of docile bottom feeders live in apathetic denial. Their bewildered love for the congenital Clinton family crime syndicate is the sure sign that America has shed all decency and honorable values. Refusal to address the overwhelming evidence of habitual offenses against all reasonable standards of morality is proof that the mentally ill Clinton supporters have forfeited any claim of being taken serious.   Continue reading “Americans Derelict for Allowing the Clinton Crime Family”

Common Dreams – by Nadia Prupis

The judge in charge of military tribunals at Guantánamo Bay allegedly colluded with prosecutors to hide evidence that supported the defense of suspected 9/11 architect Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, “irreparably” harming his case, according to a court document obtained by the Guardian on Tuesday.

The accusation could be the impetus to reform the highly controversial tribunals at the U.S. military prison in Cuba altogether, according to Karen Greenberg, the director of Fordham University Law School’s Center on National Security.   Continue reading “Gitmo Judge Allowed Destruction of Evidence in 9/11 Case: Report”

Russia Insider

Originally appeared at Contra Magazin. Translated by Sandra Klee from German

Recently there have been so many protest movements worldwide, leading to aggravating political situations, but if you take a look backstage you might become aware of the ugly face of George Soros. He’s been pulling so many strings with his billions of dollars that it’s a considerable cause for alarm.  Continue reading “George Soros: The Ugly Face Behind Many Protest Movements”

ArsTechnica – by David Kravets

The government can prosecute and imprison people for crimes based on evidence obtained from their computers—even evidence retained for years that was outside the scope of an original probable-cause search warrant, a US federal appeals court has said in a 100-page opinion paired with a blistering dissent.

The 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that there was no constitutional violation because the authorities acted in good faith when they initially obtained a search warrant, held on to the files for years, and built a case unrelated to the original search.   Continue reading “All your disk image are belong to us, says appeals court”


Police do not need a warrant to obtain a person’s cellphone location data held by wireless carriers, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Tuesday, dealing a setback to privacy advocates.

The full 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, voted 12-3 that the government can get the information under a decades-old legal theory that it had already been disclosed to a third party, in this case a telephone company.   Continue reading “U.S. court says no warrant needed for cellphone location data”


The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday filed an emergency motion to stop sanctions imposed by a federal judge in Texas that included mandated ethics classes for federal prosecutors, as part of ongoing litigation over immigration policy.

The sanctions were ordered on May 19 by District Judge Andrew Hanen, who ruled in February 2015 that President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration were outside the bounds of the president’s authority.   Continue reading “Justice Department asks for hold on court sanctions in immigration case”

Breitbart – by Joel P Pollak

California Gov. Jerry Brown announced Tuesday morning that he will be voting for Hillary Clinton in the California primary on June 7 because, in his view, she is the only candidate capable of defeating Donald Trump.

While he is “deeply impressed” with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Brown said, Clinton has an “insurmountable” lead already.   Continue reading “Jerry Brown Joins #NeverTrump, Backs Hillary Clinton”

The Economic Collapse – by Michael Snyder

It has long been my contention that the elite are more than willing to do whatever they have to do to keep Donald Trump out of the White House.  There are many forms that this could take, and one potential option just became a little bit clearer.  On Sunday, the founder and editor of the Weekly Standard, Bill Kristol, announced on Twitter that there “will be an independent candidate–an impressive one, with a strong team and a real chance.”  Kristol has very, very deep ties to the Republican elite, and so this is certainly not an idle threat.  At this point we do not know who the candidate will be, but some of the names that have been mentioned include Mitt Romney, John Kasich, Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse and billionaire Mark Cuban.  Of course dividing the conservative vote would be suicidal and would virtually ensure a victory for Hillary Clinton in November.  So why would Kristol and other Republican elitists want to do this?   Continue reading “Bill Kristol Announces That ‘There Will Be An Independent Candidate’ To Sabotage Donald Trump”

Information Liberation – by Chris Menahan

A shocking new poll from Oregon shows Trump ahead 44%-42% overall and leading among independents by an incredible 27 points.

For reference, Obama stomped Mitt Romney during the 2012 election in Oregon 54.5% to 42.7%.

This is devastating for Hillary.   Continue reading “Poll: Trump Leads Hillary in Oregon 53% to 26% Among Independents”


The much-publicized US electromagnetic railgun is an example of the Americans aimed at dragging Russia into a new arms race, Russian senator Franz Klintsevich said. He added that Moscow will not have to respond symmetrically, despite having similar weapons in the works.

Klintsevich, first deputy chairman of Russia’s Senate committee for defense and security, has accused Washington of trying to impose a new Cold War-style arms race while saying the “supergun,” dubbed a potential game-changer by the Pentagon, is not yet an effective technological breakthrough.   Continue reading “Futuristic US railgun too expensive to use, similar projects in Russia – senator”


Eighteen women in Germany have filed complaints to police saying they were sexually assaulted at a musical festival in Darmstadt. Police arrested three refugees from Pakistan at the scene after three of the women immediately reported their attacks.

The sexual assaults are reported to have taken place at the Schlossgrabenfest music festival in the city of Darmstadt, near Frankfurt, on Saturday night.  Three of the women immediately alerted police at the festival that they had been assaulted. They said they had been surrounded and then sexually harassed by a group of men who were of South Asian appearance.    Continue reading “18 women allegedly sexually assaulted at Germany music festival, 3 refugees arrested”

BEIJING (AP) — A former tycoon wanted on allegations of embezzlement and fraud in Taiwan has died in a car accident in California, the island’s foreign ministry confirmed on Tuesday. He had been hiding for years in the United States.

The official Central News Agency said Wang You-theng, former chairman of the China Rebar Group, was killed in a Friday morning crash on a highway in West Covina, California. His wife was injured but was in stable condition, the report said.   Continue reading “Wanted Taiwanese fugitive dies in car accident in California”