Conservative Tribune – by Benjamin Arie

Summer is finally here, but warmer weather also means that there could be hidden menaces waiting for you outside.

Most people who spend time outdoors already know about the potential dangers from ticks, such as Lyme disease, which is known to be carried by the parasite. But experts are now warning about another worrying disease which can be transmitted by ticks, and it seems to be spreading.  Continue reading “Alert: Bug That Can Give People Lifelong Allergy to Meat Is on the Move”

The Electronic Intifada – by Asa Winstanley

Israel secretly operates a troll army of thousands, partly funded by a government department.

The Ministry of Strategic Affairs is dedicated to a global “war” against BDS, the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement for Palestinian rights.  Continue reading “How Israeli spies are flooding Facebook and Twitter”


Last week, the 12th US-Africa Business Summit, a high-level event attended by 11 African heads of state and government and some 1,000 business leaders, was held in Maputo, Mozambique. During the three-day event, US officials unveiled a $60bn investment agency which will seek to invest in low and middle-income countries, with a special focus on Africa.   Continue reading “A new cold war in Africa”


SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California’s nation-leading gas prices are set to climb even higher Monday, when the state gas tax increases another 5.6 cents a gallon.

It’s the latest increase from a 2017 law designed to raise about $5 billion a year for road and mass transit programs.  Continue reading “California gas tax rises another 6 cents a gallon Monday”

Natural News – by Mike Adams

In a rare public appearance, I will be the Friday evening keynote speaker at the upcoming “Legends” conference in Branson, Missouri, organized by Quayle). The event takes place September 13 – 15. Tickets are available to attend in person, and live streaming access is also available at I have no financial stake in ticket sales, and they are very affordable for those who wish to attend in person.  Continue reading “Rare public appearance: Mike Adams to be keynote speaker at upcoming GenSix “True Legends” conference in Branson, Missouri, with a final warning for humanity”

ZD Net – by Matthew Miller

Huawei is on a roller coaster ride with President Trump. After losing access to Google, ARM, and other technology companies it was estimated to lose $30 billion as a result of the ban. Early on Trump stated that the block could be solved in a China trade deal and at the G20 Summit in Japan this week it sounds like a trade deal is what resulted in the new reprieve.  Continue reading “President Trump lifts US ban on Huawei at G20 summit”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Lowell, MA — Police officers, we are told, are here to enforce the law and “protect and serve” the communities in which they work. While many of the folks who choose this career path follow through with their responsibilities, others seek out this job to use it to dominate and exploit others. Lowell police officer Kevin Garneau is one of these cops who allegedly used his power to prey on a homeless child.  Continue reading “Community Outreach Cop Charged for Repeatedly Raping Homeless Child While on Duty”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

On Thursday, the Supreme Court of the United States Ruled that police officers do not need your consent, nor do they need a warrant, to draw your blood—so long as you are unconscious—and police accuse you of being under the influence.

The ruling on Thursday is in stark contrast to the previous precedent which stated that police do need a warrant to perform a blood test if the driver does not or cannot voluntarily consent. Continue reading “Supreme Court Rules Cops Do NOT Need a Warrant to Draw Your Blood If You’re Unable to Consent”

Middle East Monitor

Israel has accused Russia of interfering with GPS systems in its airspace, a claim Russia denies.

Israel has been experiencing disruption to GPS systems operating in its airspace for the past month, but had thus far been unable to explain the phenomenon.  Continue reading “Israel accuses Russia of interfering in airspace GPS”

End of the American Dream – by Michael Snyder

It has gotten to the point where maybe we should just expect violent storms to hammer the Midwest every single day of the week.  Highly destructive storms ripped through the Midwest on Tuesday, it happened again on Wednesday, and the forecast calls for more powerful storms on Thursday.  This growing season has been a complete and utter nightmare for U.S. farmers, and each day it just gets even worse.  Millions of acres will not be planted at all this year, but an even bigger problem is that fact that crops are dramatically failing on tens of millions of acres that were actually planted in time.  Every major storm does even more damage, and that is why what we have witnessed so far this week has been so alarming.  Continue reading “Crops Devastated As More Ferocious Storms Pound The Midwest – “It’s Hard To Get Your Head Around Just How Bad It Is””

Quartz – by Justin Rohrlich

A California man who answered a Craigslist ad looking for a driver wound up getting hit with federal charges when his passengers turned out to be undocumented immigrants who snuck into the country moments earlier.

The case reflects one facet of the larger issue of immigration in America, and how the crackdown by the Trump administration is impacting immigrants and citizens alike. Continue reading “Man arrested for smuggling immigrants after answering Craigslist ad”

NBC 4 New York

All flights were halted at Newark Airport for nearly an hour Saturday morning after a plane experienced an emergency.

The FAA said that United 2098, an Airbus A319, made an emergency landing at 8:46 a.m.

“The crew reported a brake problem. The two left main tires blew when landing. Runway 22L remains closed at this time. Passengers were deplaned via slides,” the administration said.  Continue reading “Major Delays at Newark Airport After Emergency Landing Causes Temporary Closure”

Dallas News

It remains the mystery at the heart of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max crisis: how a company renowned for meticulous design made seemingly basic software mistakes leading to a pair of deadly crashes. Longtime Boeing engineers say the effort was complicated by a push to outsource work to lower-paid contractors.

The Max software — plagued by issues that could keep the planes grounded months longer after U.S. regulators this week revealed a new flaw — was developed at a time Boeing was laying off experienced engineers and pressing suppliers to cut costs.  Continue reading “Boeing increasingly relied on outsourced $9-an-hour engineers to test software”