Intellihub – by Shepard Ambellas

What if the entire Oct. 1 operation was conducted via an advanced air assault? Flight records show it could be likely

Preface: I want to make clear that I am in no way saying that this scenario for sure happened. I am merely reporting on data which I’ve found after scouring hundreds of hours of information, flight data records, and video footage captured between the hours of 9:40 and 10:30 p.m. on the night of October 1 (i.e. If it happened this is how it occurred.)   Continue reading “Vegas flight records reveal well-planned air assault and elaborate getaway extraction all possible”

Activist Post – by Aaron Kesel

Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested that the Department of Justice may crack down on people who grow and sell marijuana, even in the 29 states that legalized the plant, echoing the drawn-out argument that it is still against federal law.

Sessions made the non-surprising comments on conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt’s showafter Hewitt asked whether the Department of Justice (DOJ) would be prosecuting marijuana growers and dispensaries for being criminal enterprises under RICO.   Continue reading “AG Jeff Sessions Suggests Prosecutions For Marijuana Growers, Sellers And Users In Legalized States”


BEIRUT (Reuters) – With Islamic State near defeat in Syria, Damascus is setting its sights on territory held by Kurdish-led forces including eastern oil fields, risking a new confrontation that could draw the United States in more deeply and complicate Russian diplomacy.

President Bashar al-Assad and his Iranian allies appear to have been emboldened by events in Iraq, where Kurdish authorities have suffered a major blow since regional states mobilised against their independence referendum, analysts say.   Continue reading “Assad sets sights on Kurdish areas, risking new Syria conflict”

Times of Israel, March 18, 2014

Followers of Middle Eastern affairs know two things: always expect the unexpected, and never write off Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who has more political lives than the proverbial cat.

Only yesterday came news that Syrian rebels plan to give Israel the Golan Heights in exchange for creation of a no-fly zone against the Assad regime. In an even bolder move, it is now revealed, Israel will withdraw its settlers from communities beyond the settlement blocs—and relocate them at least temporarily to Ukraine. Ukraine made this arrangement on the basis of historic ties and in exchange for desperately needed military assistance against Russia. This surprising turn of events had an even more surprising origin: genetics, a field in which Israeli scholars have long excelled.   Continue reading “Israel acknowledges Jews in fact Khazars; Secret plan for reverse migration to Ukraine”

Breitbart – by Dylan Gwinn

There are a variety of ways, in which businesses judge whether they’re having a successful business day. However, if you’re losing over 15,000 customers a day, that is generally frowned upon.

No doubt, there are many frowns being worn on the faces of ESPN executives after reviewing the October Cable Coverage Estimates. ESPN lost over 15,000 subscribers for every day ending in “y,” during the month of October.   Continue reading “ESPN Lost 480,000 Subscribers in October”

The man taken into custody by the New York Police Department after Tuesday’s terror attack that killed at least eight is 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov of Tampa, Florida, according to an ABC News report.

Police stopped Saipov in Mount Holly Springs Borough, Pennsylvania, just south of Carlisle, in March 2015 and he gave police a Paterson, New Jersey address, according to court records. He also was stopped in 2012 in Palmyra, Pennsylvania, just east of Hershey, and also listed a Paterson address.    Continue reading “New York terrorist attack: Alleged killer Sayfullo Saipov has N.J. ties”

NBC New York

At least six people were killed and 15 were injured when a truck driver deliberately mowed down people and targeted a school bus in lower Manhattan Tuesday in what authorities are investigating as an act of terror, officials tell News 4 New York.

More than a dozen people were hit when the driver of a Home Depot rental truck zoomed at least 10 blocks down a popular bike bath from West Houston to Chambers streets.

Continue reading “Live feed: 6 Dead After Truck Driver Plows Through Bike Path, Into School Bus in Apparent Act of Terror”

Continue reading “Truck used in New York Bloodbath being described as assault van: Diane Feinstein calls for legislation to ban assault vans across the board”

Free Thought Project – by Rachel Blevins

Actor Kevin Spacey became the latest alleged sexual predator in Hollywood on Monday after he was publicly accused of attempting to sexually assault a 14-year-old boy. Not only is this not the first time Spacey has faced such allegations, but it calls his past into question, which includes his foundation that specifically works with children.

The Kevin Spacey Foundation is an organization of “mentors, advocates and educators” who work with hopeful emerging artists to “discover, fund and co-produce transatlantic musical, dance, theater and film projects,” according to its website, which features a photo of Spacey surrounded by eager children hoping to break into the entertainment industry.   Continue reading “After He Flew With Bill Clinton on ‘Lolita Express’ Kevin Spacey Started Group to Groom Child Stars”

New York Post

Up to six people were killed near Stuyvesant High School in lower Manhattan Tuesday afternoon in a wild incident that involved a truck ramming into victims on the West Side bike path, police sources said.

The mayhem happened at West Street and Chambers Street at 3:15 p.m. The suspect was shot and is in police custody, cops said.

Witnesses described a scene of terror, saying a man in a truck ran over two people before plowing into a school bus.   Continue reading “Bloodbath in downtown NYC after driver runs over pedestrians, starts shooting”

ABC News 7

The incident happened just after 3 p.m. on the bike path that runs along the highway in Lower Manhattan.

The NYPD initially said: “We are responding to reports of shots fired in Lower Manhattan.” But it’s not clear yet if any shots were fired.   Continue reading “At least 2 dead after hit by truck on West Side bike path in Lower Manhattan”

CBS Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Prospective jurors are being questioned for a second day in the trial of rancher Cliven Bundy, two sons and one other co-defendant facing federal charges in an April 2014 armed standoff with federal agents.

More than 50 prospective jurors were in court Tuesday, after a separate group of 49 was questioned Monday.   Continue reading “Possible Jurors Queried in Bundy Standoff Trial”

Anti-War – by Jason Ditz

For the last 16 years, the Pentagon’s “progress” in the occupation of Afghanistan has been measured by officials through multiple different statistics, and one most often cited has been the size of the Afghan military. Those numbers have struggled recently, with Afghanistan not recruiting well nor retaining its recruits. So that’s not a metric anymore.

At least not as far as the public narrative is concerned. The Pentagon has announced that they have decided to make the size of the Afghan military, previously a very public part of their quarterly report, classified information.   Continue reading “Pentagon to Keep Afghan War ‘Progress’ Metrics Secret”

Free Thought Project – by Rachel Blevins

Mansfield, TX – A family is mourning the loss of their beloved Great Dane after it was shot and killed by an off-duty police officer in a horrific incident that happened right in front of their children.

The officer was taking his Pit Bull for a walk in the neighborhood when he claimed the Great Dane “charged at him,” so he shot and killed it, according to a statement from the Mansfield Police Department.   Continue reading “Texas Cop Shoots and Kills Family Dog in Front of Kids for Barking at His Dog”

New Eastern Outlook – by Ulson Gunnar

US politicians, policymakers and commentators insist that the United States military’s involvement in Syria and Iraq is solely aimed at defeating militants from the self-titled Islamic State (IS). However, it is abundantly clear that before the Russian intervention in Syria in 2015, the United States was engaged in a proxy war against Damascus, not IS and that as the Russian intervention began rolling IS back and the organization clung to existence, Washington found itself revising its narrative around a new pretext to remain in the region, the “Iranian threat.”   Continue reading “Lebanon Next in US War on Middle East”