Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

The current conflict in Yemen, which was manufactured as a proxy war by Saudi Arabia, targeting its bitter enemy, Iran, is America’s dirty little secret which the media refuses to question. According to an analysis from Unicef, more than 5,000 children have been slaughtered in the war, with the death toll from violence alone surpassing 10,000—as millions teeter on the brink of starvation. The number of casualties has only continued to increase, as a report from the United Nations noted that the parties involved are conducting operations “heedless of their impact on civilians.”   Continue reading “CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Says Slaughtering Kids in Yemen is Worth It Because It Creates Jobs”

The Weather Channel

Severe thunderstorms, including the potential for tornadoes, will take aim on the Plains and Midwest much of the week, due to what is shaping up to be a classic early May setup in the nation’s heartland.

NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center has issued the following severe weather watches:  Continue reading “Watches Issued: Severe Thunderstorms to Become Widespread in the Plains This Week, Including the Threat For Tornadoes”


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed a cache of documents he says proves Iran lied to the world about its nuclear program for years, even after the 2015 nuclear deal with the world. “Iran did not come clean about its nuclear program,” Netanyahu said in a prime time address in English. Iran, for its part, blasted the speech as “propaganda.”

Presenting 55,000 pages of documents and 183 CDs, Netanyahu said Iran hid an “atomic archive” of documents on its nuclear program.   Continue reading “Netanyahu: Iran Nuclear Deal Is Based on Lies – Here’s the Proof”


It is the source of one of the world’s most popular mineral waters, but the eastern French town of Vittel risks running dry.

Nestlé Waters, which owns the Vittel brand, is accused by residents and environmentalists of “overusing” local spring water that supplies the town and its bottling plant to maintain exports. The company denies the allegation.   Continue reading “French town of Vittel suffering water shortages as Nestle accused of ‘overusing’ resources”

AccuWeather – by Amanda Schmidt

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) granted Nestlé Waters North America, Inc. (Nestlé) a permit to increase its groundwater withdrawal for the purpose of bottling drinking water, according to a MDEQ statement on April 2.

Nestlé is authorized to begin withdrawing water at a rate up to 400 gallons per minute from the White Pine Springs well located near Evart, Michigan. Withdrawal may begin once the monitoring plan is in place and the baseline data is collected.   Continue reading “Outrage ensues as Michigan grants Nestlé permit to extract 200,000 gallons of water per day”

Middle East Monitor

Donors to an Israeli medical excellence programme refused to continue funding it because one of the doctors selected this year to receive the money is Arab, the Times of Israel reported.

The Swiss family reportedly froze the $5 million payment to outstanding young physicians, saying it has “no intention” of donating to non-Jewish recipients.   Continue reading “$5m grant to Israel cancelled after Arab student selected”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Scores of migrants gathered at the U.S. border began scaling the San Diego “wall” while shouting “Gracias, México!” presumably to thank the Mexican government for allowing them to travel from Central America to the U.S. border in the hopes of obtaining asylum from the Trump administration.    Continue reading “Chaos Erupts As “Caravan” Of Illegals Scales US Border Fence, Cheering “Gracias Mexico””

Fellowship of the Minds – by DCG

Oregon working double-time to make sure there are several initiatives on the November ballot to ban “assault weapons.”

From KATUOregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum filed a draft ballot title earlier this month for an initiative petition that would ban assault weapons and large capacity magazines.   Continue reading “Another anti-gun initiative: Oregon AG submits draft ballot title for petition that would ban assault weapons”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Milwaukee, WI — In May of last year, two West Milwaukee police officers broke down the door to Adam Trammell’s home, confronted him as he stood naked in his shower, and tasered him 18 times until he died. This month, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm has decided that the two cops responsible for this horrifying incident will not be charged.

On that fateful day, officers Michael Rohleder and Anthony Munoz “responded to a medical emergency under complex circumstances that required them to attempt restraint,” Chisholm wrote to West Milwaukee Police Chief Dennis L. Nasci.  Continue reading “Cops Break Into Innocent Man’s Home, Taser Him to Death in the Shower—No Charges”

Middle East Monitor

A common tactic for intelligence agencies is the use of front companies. In books about Israeli spy agencies, the tactic is a frequent reappearance.

Former Mossad officer Victor Ostrovsky’s book “By Way of Deception” gives details of some of the ways Israel’s notorious overseas spying and assassination agency operates. He recounts the use of front men and fake company representatives in an effort to recruit an unwitting, highly placed Syrian target.   Continue reading “Front companies and Israel’s global terrorist network”

Time – by Jeffrey Kluger

Science doesn’t give a hoot about your politics. Think global warming is a hoax or that vaccines are dangerous? Doesn’t matter, you’re wrong.

Something similar is true of veganism. Vegans are absolutely right when they say that a plant-based diet can be healthy, varied and exceedingly satisfying, and that—not for nothing—it spares animals from the serial torments of being part of the human food chain. All good so far.   Continue reading “Sorry Vegans: Here’s How Meat-Eating Made Us Human”

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins

Student gun control activist David Hogg attended Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner and campaigned against the NRA as he mingled with members of Congress.

The Daily Mail reports that Hogg came to the dinner as a guest of the The Daily Beast. He attended with Zion Kelly, an 18-year-old whose twin brother was shot dead last year.  Continue reading “David Hogg Attends White House Correspondents’ Dinner, Campaigns Against NRA”


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday revealed a cache of files he claims were obtained from Iran and prove Tehran ran a secret program to build nuclear weapons.

Iranian leaders have long said their nuclear program is only for peaceful purposes. But Netanyahu on Monday revealed tens of thousands of pages of documents, which he said were copied from a “highly secret location” in Iran.   Continue reading “Netanyahu: Iran had secret ‘Project Amad’ to design, produce and test warheads”

Arutz Sheva

President Donald Trump will likely attend the unveiling of the new US embassy in Jerusalem, according to a report by Channel 2 Sunday evening.

While the White House has remained mum on whether the president will take part in the historic ceremony marking the official transfer of the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the president has suggested recently he may fly to Israel for the event.   Continue reading “Trump to attend J’lem embassy opening, may pardon Pollard”

Natural Blaze – by Jeff Jacoby

If Little Pink House, a new movie starring Catherine Keener and directed by Courtney Balaker, were the usual Hollywood tale of humble citizens abused by a mighty corporation and its political allies, you could expect it to find its way to a happy ending, with the little guys prevailing and their powerful antagonists getting their comeuppance.

Little Pink House isn’t that kind of film. It recounts the true story of Susette Kelo (played by Keener) and her working-class neighbors in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood of New London, Conn., whose homes were seized by eminent domain to clear the way for an upscale private development at the behest of Pfizer, the Big Pharma colossus.   Continue reading “Her “Little Pink House” Was Her Castle Until The Government Said It Wasn’t”