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North America just had its most extensive November snow cover since the 1960s

November 2018’s North America snow cover set a record for any autumn month in the satellite era.  Last November’s average snow cover across North America was an estimated 5.24 million square miles, topping the previous November record of 5.11 million square miles in 2014, according to data from the Rutgers University Global Snow Lab (GSL) dating to 1966. Plot of North America November snow cover anomalies from 1966 through 2018. November 2018’s record snow cover extent was roughly 1.4 million square miles above the average from 1981 through 2010. via Rutgers University Global Snow Lab This extent of snow cover was…

AT&T Finds Yet Another Way To Nickel-And-Dime Its Broadband, TV Customers

While AT&T’s marketing wing often likes to pat itself on the back for “innovation,” the company’s real skill set revolves around finding creative and ways to nickel-and-dime its own customers. Like the multiple times the company was caught aiding drug dealing directory assistance scammers, IP Relay credit card scammers, or crammers because it was getting a cut of the profits. Or the time the company started charging everybody more money for broadband if they wanted to protect their own personal privacy. Or the company’s well-documented net neutrality shenanigans. This week, AT&T’s under fire yet again for some new bill changes…

Baltimore spending $1.4M to replace police department guns that could accidentally misfire or fail

Baltimore County is spending more than $1.4 million to replace pistols used by county police that may have a tendency to accidentally misfire — or not fire at all. The county awarded a no-bid contract to replace more than 2,000 FNS-40 pistols used by its police officers, sheriff’s deputies and correctional officers with weapons made by Glock. The move came after mounting concerns about the pistols’ safety. “The department understands that officers lost confidence in carrying this service weapon, so there was an immediate need to explore a new service weapon that our officers will have confidence carrying,” said Cpl.…

Next to Bomb? Brussels to create an alternative payment channel for IRAN… bypassing US sanctions

Brussels will create an alternative payment channel to facilitate financial transactions between the European Union and Iran in the near future to bypass US sanctions, the EU’s top diplomat, Federica Mogherini, has announced. “I will expect this instrument to be established in the coming weeks before the end of the year as a way to protect and promote legitimate business,” EU’s foreign policy chief told reporters on Monday. The 28-nation bloc has been considering ways to continue doing business with Tehran and bypass US economic restrictions after Washington pulled out from the Iran nuclear deal and reimposed economic sanctions. In…

War Preparations? The US Air Force conducted a large drill to simulate an invasion of foreign territory in Nevada over the weekend

The US Air Force conducted a large drill to simulate an invasion of foreign territory in Nevada over the weekend. A slew of cargo-carrying C-17 and C-130 aircraft were detected flying in a “conga line” for an exercise called Joint Forcible Entry 18, which took place in the southwest region of the US, The Drive reports. The point of the drill is to rehearse an operation in which air and ground forces cross into foreign territory en masse and set up shop against an armed, world-class adversary. Conga line of 18 USAF Hercs over Texas… 😎 pic.twitter.com/GGL5DOZ594 — CivMilAir ✈ (@CivMilAir) December 9, 2018 ​Aircraft trackers like CivMilAir provided some snapshots…

Generic drug price-fixing investigation expands to 300 drugs and 16 companies

Executives at more than a dozen generic-drug companies had a form of shorthand to describe how they conducted business, insider lingo worked out over steak dinners, cocktail receptions and rounds of golf. The “sandbox,” according to investigators, was the market for generic prescription drugs, where everyone was expected to play nice. “Fair share” described dividing up the sales pie to ensure that each company reaped continued profits. “Trashing the market” was used when a competitor ignored these unwritten rules and sold drugs for less than agreed-upon prices. The terminology reflected more than just the clubbiness of a powerful industry, according…

People Are Months Away from Living in 3D Printed Homes

Speed has never been a quality associated with building a home, but that may be changing. Eindhoven University of Technology plans to build five 3D-printed houses in the new residential district of Bosrijk. The endeavor, known as Project Milestone, was initially announced during Dutch Design Week in 2016 as a partnership between the University and Municipality of Eindhoven and is billed as the world’s first commercial housing project using 3D-concrete printing. Among the collaborators that have come on board since then is the local firm Houben / Van Mierlo Architects, which created the organic-inspired design. While concrete tends to be…

Google has found another bug in its Google+ social network that it says affects as many as 52.5 million users

Google has found another bug in its Google+ social network that it says affects as many as 52.5 million users. It said the flaw allowed “name, email address, occupation, and age” to be exposed to third-party developers, even if accounts had been set to private. The bug, discovered “recently”, was introduced to the network in November. In October, Google decided to close Google+ to the public after finding data on 500,000 of its users had been exposed. As a result of this latest find, it said, the closedown had been brought forward. “With the discovery of this new bug, we…

‘Nightmare’ conditions at Chinese factories where Hasbro and Disney toys are made …employees working up to 175 overtime hours per month

An investigation into Chinese toy factories has alleged that companies in major supply chains are mistreating their workers. Workers producing products for Hasbro, Mattel and Disney were being subjected to ‘serious violations,’ the report claimed. Violations included poor pay, forced overtime and unsafe workspaces. Chinese factory workers producing toys for Hasbro, Disney, Lego and Mattel and are being subjected to “nightmare” working conditions in the run-up to Christmas, an investigation has alleged. The report, titled “A Nightmare for Workers,” shows findings from campaign groups China Labor Watch, ActionAid, CiR, and Solidar Suisse, who sent undercover investigators to four factories that…

YouTube Kicks off Proud Boys Founder Gavin McInnes

Far-right commentator and Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes has been kicked off YouTube on Monday, marking the latest social media platform to remove the Proud Boys founder. According to a banner on his page, McInnes’ channel was “terminated” after the Google-owned video giant “received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement.” Google did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for details on the content McInnes was inappropriately using. The move wipes out more than 200,000 subscribers for McInnes and removed the last major platform for reaching his audience, after Twitter, Facebook and Instagram removed him in recent months. “I have a swarm…

Jerome Corsi sues Mueller, Justice, CIA, FBI, NSA for $350 million….The suit accuses the special counsel of blackmailing him to lie as part of a “legal coup d’etat” against President Donald Trump

The conservative writer and conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi filed a lawsuit on Sunday accusing special counsel Robert Mueller of blackmailing him to lie about President Donald Trump in the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. The suit, which seeks $350 million in actual and punitive damages in U.S. District Court in Washington, was filed six days after Corsi entered a formal complaint with the Justice Department alleging prosecutorial misconduct by Mueller. Corsi, 72, the former Washington bureau chief of the conspiracy website InfoWars, accuses Mueller’s office of having illegally leaked secret information from the grand jury investigating Russian…

Over a million people DIE from chemotherapy every year, but only 750,000 pass away from cancer – what’s WRONG with this picture?

Chemical warfare on humanity was launched nearly a century ago by the American Medical Association when they eliminated nutrition classes from medical colleges and approval-stamped any chemical medication that came down the pike as the drug of choice for whatever ailment any doctor chose to manage for their “patients for life.” Then came processed foods, vaccines, chemotherapy, and GMOs to fuel the fire of preventable disease epidemics in America. Pay if forward to 2001 – 2018, and we’ve seen nearly 19 million deaths from chemotherapy, not cancer, when only roughly 750,000 Americans are dying from cancer itself each year. The…

As many as 8 MILLION children are kidnapped and trafficked into sex slavery every year by global pedophile network – of which MANY politicians are members

According to official statistics that you’ll never hear reported by the mainstream media, as many as 800,000 children in the United States, and eight million children globally, are being kidnapped and trafficked into sex slavery every single year as part of a massive pedophilia network that spans the entire world. And though it might not be comfortable to think about, many high-level politicians on both sides of aisle actively participate in, and partake of, this unimaginable evil. Earlier this year, The International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ) met for three days to launch its Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human…

Alcohol and Cigarette Industries Panicking As More Teens Choose Marijuana Above All Else

Traditionally, students experiment with cigarettes and alcohol before cannabis, but since 2006, less than 50 percent of adolescents try cigarettes and alcohol before they try cannabis for the first time. The findings are published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence. “Alcohol and cigarette use have precipitously declined in adolescent populations for 20 years, while marijuana use has not,” said Katherine M. Keyes, PhD, associate professor of Epidemiology at the Columbia Mailman School. “The perceived risk of marijuana use to health among adolescents is declining as well, portending potential future increases. In short, the timing of substances in the ‘gateway’…

French Speed Camera Revolt Intensifies

A decade ago France decided to mandate that anyone driving in France carry a government-approved, high-visibility yellow vest within easy reach from the driver’s seat. That health-and-safety mandate is today a rallying symbol for those protesting the anti-motorist policies of President Emmanuel Macron. An Ifop poll released Friday found that two-thirds of the French public remained sympathetic to the “yellow vest” cause that kicked off with opposition to the global warming tax on gasoline and diesel fuel, along with the lowering of speed limits enforced by photo radar (view poll in a 700k PDF file). The public’s pushback is once…

Jeff Bezos Earns More In 30 Seconds Than The Average Worker Makes In A Year

Have you ever wondered how long it takes for the world’s wealthiest captains of industry to earn what you make in a year? For many, the reality is too depressing to fathom. But for any curious parties eager to learn the painful truth, ABC Finance has created a series of infographics that break down how much the world’s wealthiest people earn – and how it compares to the average salary for regular non-billionaire workers. While millions of Americans no doubt enjoyed some degree of schadenfreude watching the correction in FAANG stocks wipe out nearly $1 trillion of value from the…

The 5 things you need to do to prevent liver cancer

Are you overweight? Do you drink or smoke a lot? If you answered “yes” to some or all of these questions, you may be at risk of developing liver cancer. The best way to lower your risk of developing this type of cancer is by making some lifestyle changes. Here are five things that you can do to lower your risk of developing liver cancer. Eat healthily and maintain a healthy weight. Following a healthy diet is the first step to significantly lowering your risk of liver cancer. Avoid eating sugary desserts, fatty meat, heavy proteins, and processed foods. Try…

CRTV Cucks to Glenn Beck — Ditches Gavin McInnes After Blaze Merger

CRTV canned Gavin McInnes after merging with Glenn Beck’s The Blaze — prompting a large group of people to cancel their subscriptions in protest. Michelle Malkin also announced she was leaving the company last week. In response, Twitter users began posting that they were cancelling Blaze Media paid subscriptions. Hundreds of people vowed to unsubscribe, and urged others to do the same, using the hashtag #CancelCRTV. The firing of McInnes came shortly after it was revealed that the media had lied about his former group, The Proud Boys, being labeled as an extremist group by the FBI. “We do not…

Winter Storm Sweeps South, Causing 300,000+ Power Outages, 1,500 Canceled Flights

A massive winter storm containing rain, sleet, and snow is sweeping the southeastern United States, leaving more than 300,000 without power and 1,500 flights canceled. Governors in several states—including Virginia, North Carolina, and Oklahoma—declared a state of emergency before winter storm Diego hit to allow use of state funding and resources to combat the increasing threat of icy roads, heavy snowfalls, and power outages. The National Weather Service (NWS) tweeted Sunday morning that heavy snow would fall across southern Virginia and the western and central parts of North Carolina and freezing rain would “develop” over South Carolina: The storm, which is…

Homeless man with terminal cancer donates to holiday toy drive

A homeless man used what little he has to give a selfless gift during a toy drive at a local Walmart. Glen McCarthy walked to Walmart and got a cup of coffee. He was touched by the toy drive that was going on. He ended up buying a Barbie and a Hot Wheels set, but he couldn’t stop thinking about a bike he saw. “And I looked at that bike, and the bike was marked $59, but the tag underneath it said $44,” said McCarthy. It’s not a lot of money for some, but for McCarthy, it was nearly everything.…

Update: Google employee, 22, found dead inside NYC headquarters

A “vibrant” Google software engineer was found dead inside the tech giant’s Chelsea headquarters, according to cops and sources. A janitor found 22-year-old Scott Krulcik unconscious at his work terminal on the sixth floor of the building on Eighth Avenue near West 16th Street around 9 p.m. Friday, police sources said. EMS workers tried to perform CPR, but to no avail. Krulcik was pronounced dead at the scene. His body did not show any signs of trauma, and there did not appear to be criminality involved, authorities said. The city Medical Examiner’s office will determine the cause of death. Krulcik,…

Name One Government Agency that Doesn’t Do the Exact Opposite of its Purpose

A DEA agent is accused of facilitating drug trafficking in the regions he oversaw in Florida and Arkansas. He allegedly traded inside information to drug runners in exchange for cash. Drugs are illegal. But you can still run drugs with the right person being paid off. And you can do it for very little money–this agent got around $62,000 from one dealer for his role. That is enough money to easily corrupt an individual, but a small price to pay compared to how much a drug dealer can make. Especially when you have the DEA looking the other way and…

We’re No Longer in Smartphone Plateau. We’re in the Smartphone Decline.

From roughly 2007 until 2013, the smartphone market grew at an astonishing pace, posting double-digit growth year after year, even during a global recession. They were the good years, the type that would inspire a Scorsese montage: millions and then billions of smartphones going out; billions and then trillions of dollars in rising company valuations; every year new models of phones hitting the market, held up triumphantly at events that were part sales pitch, part tent revival. (To nail the Scorsese effect, imagine “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” playing while you think about it.) But just like every Scorsese movie, the party…

Trump’s Attack on the Clean Water Act Will Fuel Destructive Pipeline Boom

A new water rule that will strip federal protections from an estimated 60-90 percent of U.S. waterways will dramatically ease restrictions on how polluting industries do business. According to the rule, which is due out next week, streams that don’t run year-round and many wetlands will no longer be subject to the Clean Water Act. As a result, a wide range of industries — including agriculture, mining, waste management, chemical companies, real estate development, and road construction — will be free to pollute, reroute, and pave over these waterways as they see fit. But oil and gas transport companies may…

The Largest Conspiracy Theory Peddlers Are MSM And The US State Department

The US State Department has issued a statement accusing the Syrian government of having carried out a false flag chemical weapons attack in northwestern Aleppo with the intent to blame it on the jihadist factions in the region, citing “credible info” that the public has not been permitted to see. Never mind the known fact that there are actual, literal Al Qaeda affiliates who have admitted to using chemical weapons in Aleppo, and who are known to have used chemical weapons throughout Syria even by the State Department’s own admission: the Official Narrative is that only the Syrian government uses…

“Pistachio Wars”: How the Resnicks’ Snack Food Fortune is Fueling the Assault on Iran

Three years ago, journalist Yasha Levine and filmmaker Rowan Wernham first arrived at the vast pistachio plantation of Stewart and Lynda Resnick in California’s parched Central Valley. There, they saw firsthand how a billionaire power couple had successfully manipulated the state’s political system to privatize its water supply for their own financial benefit. Today, the Wonderful Company farm owned by the Resnicks soaks up more water than the entire city of Los Angeles. Their business was based on “a heist of epic proportions,” according to Levine, that “will put family farms out of business, and push life in the biggest…

Wolfgang Halbig has stunning evidence that Sandy Hook Elementary School was closed months before ‘massacre’

We are told that on December 14, 2012, a lone gunman, Adam Lanza, went to Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES) in Newtown, Connecticut, where in the space of 11 minutes, shot and killed 20 first-graders and 6 adults. We are also told that after the massacre, SHES relocated to an empty school in neighboring Monroe, CT — Chalk Hill Middle School at 375 Fan Hill Rd. — until a new swanky SHES was rebuilt with the $50 million from the state of Connecticut as a result of the shooting massacre. It turns out that SHES had moved to Chalk Hill…

The world’s seabirds are being pushed to the brink of extinction…

The world’s seabirds are being pushed to the brink of extinction by the fishing industry which is competing with them for food, a new study has warned. Populations have dropped by up to 70 per cent since the middle of the 20th century, experts said. This is partly due to habitat destruction and pollution, but the new research led by the University of Aberdeen, has revealed that pressure from fishing has played a major role in this decline. Scientists compared two time periods – 1970 to 1989 and 1990 to 2010 – to assess the degree of competition seabirds faced for prey species such as anchovy, mackerel…

U.S. winter storm knocks out power to 190,000 in North Carolina

A powerful winter storm that hit the U.S. Southeast over the weekend knocked out power for more than 190,000 customers in North Carolina, officials said on Sunday. Authorities urged residents to stay off the roads as snow, sleet, and freezing rain were expected to continue into Sunday, the National Weather Service said. The agency reported between four and 12 inches (10 to 30 cm) of snow in some areas and warned about continuing snowfalls which could bring as much as a foot and a half (46 cm) from western and northern North Carolina to southwest Virginia. The storm prompted some…

Louisiana Court Rules ETP Can Build on Land without Owners’ Consent

On Thursday, December 6th,  Louisiana Judge Keith Comeaux of the 16th judicial district court ruled that Energy Transfer Partners (ETP, also known as Energy Transfer Equity,)  had the right to seize privately held-land in order to continue construction of the controversial Bayou Bridge pipeline through the Atchafalaya Basin. The lawsuit was brought to court after three landowners, Theda Larson Wright, Peter K. Aaslestad, and Katherine Aaslestad alleged that EPT had trespassed on their land and cut down trees in order to begin building the pipeline through their land parcels, without their permission. The Atchafalaya basin, apart from being home to…

China to crack down on extravagant weddings & rising ‘bride prices’

Plans for a Chinese bride’s dream wedding, as marvelous as her groom can afford, may have to be put on hold. Authorities say that extravagant and pricey ceremonies do not fall in line with national moral values. The government is concerned about rising ‘bride prices’ in particular – a goodwill gesture between the two families, when the groom’s family pays a dowry to their future relatives. Another issue is that couples invite celebrities and influential people to their big day to show off in front of guests. To battle such practices China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs convened a special meeting…

It’s Not a Matter of IF EMP Weapons Will Be Used Against the US, but When and What Type

If I were to put on my prediction hat, I would place the use of a generalized EMP weapons as a primary weapon to be used against the American people to no longer be one of my primary concerns. Why? Mostly due to the utter devastation. After all, what power would want to take over a country that would experience such devastation? Following an EMP attack, the infrastructure would be devastated. To most, this would constitute a disincentive to take over an EMP devastated country. However, the intelligence that I am being exposed to is relentless in the expressed belief…

NJ Doesn’t Say How It Will Enforce Magazine Confiscation After Court Upholds Law

New Jersey law enforcement officials refused to say on Thursday how they planned to go about enforcing the state’s ban on the possession of any magazine capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition, which goes into effect on Monday. Neither the state police nor the attorney general’s office elaborated on how they plan to enforce the law. Nor did they provide any guidance for those currently in possession of the magazines. The law, signed by Gov. Phil Murphy in June along with five other new gun laws, gave New Jersey gun owners who currently possess the magazines in…

Pro-gun control Dick’s Sporting Goods sales down 4%; will close 35 stores

Actions have consequences, and Dick’s Sporting Goods is discovering what its gun-control virtue-signaling costs. But Dick’s billionaire chairman and CEO doesn’t give a hoot. Dick’s first modified its gun-sales policy in the wake of the Sandy Hook false-flag shooting, saying it would no longer sell AR-15s and certain other semiautomatic rifles. See “Wolfgang Halbig has stunning evidence that Sandy Hook Elementary School was closed months before ‘massacre’” But Dick’s quickly circumvented its pledge by opening its outdoor-focused Field & Stream chain. After the mass shooting last February at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, Dick’s was one…

David Icke Explains Why It’s A Shame That George H. W. Bush Wasn’t Interrogated Before He Died

In the wake of the passing of former President George H. W. Bush, and the reverence and solemnity that pervaded his state funeral, I was struck with a particularly paradoxical emotion. On one hand, I fully endorse the tradition of reliving the highest points of achievement of someone who had just passed away, and imbuing the totality of their life with grand purpose and meaning, as I myself was happy to do in writing my own father’s eulogy. On the other hand, I cannot fully escape the regret I feel that another bloodline family member who has perpetrated great and…

Humans Are Pooping Plastic, And No One’s Certain How Bad That Is

When Philipp Schwabl asked eight healthy people on four continents to take part in an experiment to see if plastic was present in their bodies, he had little idea what to expect. The Medical University of Vienna researcher, who specializes in stomach disorders, asked them to keep a food diary for a week and record whether they had drunk water from plastic bottles, what brands of toothpaste and cosmetics they had used, and whether they had chewed gum. None were vegetarian, all had consumed plastic-wrapped food and most had consumed fish. They were then asked to send a piece of…

David Hogg Pushes Federal Tax on Firearm Sales

Student gun control activist David Hogg is pushing to secure a federal tax on firearm sales. In other words, he wants to tax a constitutional, God-given right–thereby raising gun prices for law-abiding citizens–in order to pay for research into the ways criminals misuse guns. The NRA-ILA reports that Hogg’s idea is at least 100 years old, as it was pushed via the the Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax in 1917. The difference? That tax was pushed, and implemented, as a way to fund pro-hunting causes, not anti-Second Amendment campaigns. Certain cities–Chicago, Seattle, and Detroit–have adopted a tax on guns and/or…

More than 10 inches of snow dumped in Texas…

More than 10 inches of snow were dumped on Lubbock, Texas, as an intense winter storm slammed the state and moved toward the Southeast, threatening millions in its path. The same storm dumped heavy rains on Los Angeles earlier in the week. The storm tore through Texas, dumping snow and unseasonal heavy rain, CBS News’ Janet Shamlian reports.  Travel grinded to a near-standstill as plows and tow trucks became a lifeline for those caught off guard. Overnight, heavy rains hammered Houston.  Roads and highways turned into fast-moving streams  as sewers backed up and overflowed.  First responders used a high-water rescue…

Chinese billionaire Jack Ma says the US wasted trillions on warfare instead of investing in infrastructure

Alibaba founder Jack Ma fired a shot at the United States in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Ma was asked by CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin about the U.S. economy in relation to China, since President-elect Donald Trump has been talking about imposing new tariffs on Chinese imports. Ma says blaming China for any economic issues in the U.S. is misguided. If America is looking to blame anyone, Ma said, it should blame itself. “It’s not that other countries steal jobs from you guys,” Ma said. “It’s your strategy. Distribute the money and things in a…

Stunning census study finds 63% of non-citizens in USA are collecting welfare

A shocking new Census Bureau study has revealed that 63 percent of the non-citizens living in the U.S. are taking advantage of welfare programs that were designed to help Americans who are struggling financially or ill. The finding gives a lot of weight to arguments in favor of taking steps like building a wall to prevent illegals from entering. According to the analysis of the data by the Center for Immigration Studies, not only are 63 percent of non-citizens using such programs, but among those who have been in the country for a decade or longer, that figure rises to…

Weaponizing Hate Speech For Islam….

Those on the political left love talking about what they call “hate speech.” Yet, it’s always something that apparently only a leftist can define. Perhaps that’s because the definition is always shifting and changing to accomplish their ideological goals. Liberals are constantly inventing new categories of hate speech. After all, they usually find more and more things that they can fume about all the time. This is nothing more than a natural extension of political correctness. The movement started out as a means of using social pressure to silence conservative voices. Astonishingly, it has now evolved into a legal weapon.…

All holiday gifts should be sent to U.S. government for flagging of gender stereotyping

Editor’s note: And now we bring you a Christmas special from our resident gender fluid progressive, A. Moffit, who claims that Christmas is so bigoted that all Christmas gifts should be approved by the government in order to avoid “gender stereotyping” children. We don’t agree with what Moffit says, but we present this information so that you can stay informed on what progressives are demanding. Read and weep… Here comes Santa Clause, here comes Santa Clause, right down your house tube … yes, here comes the woman hater, dressed in white to symbolize purity and red to symbolize menstruation. Here…

AI can solve CAPTCHA tests in under 0.05 seconds

Artificial intelligence could spell the end for one of the most widely used website security systems. A new algorithm, based on deep learning methods, is the most effective solver of CAPTCHA security and authentication systems to date. CAPTCHA is an acronym for “Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart”, a type of challenge–response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human. Text-based CAPTCHAs use a jumble of letters and numbers, alongside other security features such as occluding lines, to distinguish between humans and malicious automated computer programmes. The system relies on…

“The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media.”

As a former member of the major media prior to its concentration in few hands by the Clinton regime, I have reported on many occasions that the Western media is a Ministry of Propaganda for Washington. In the article below one of the propagandists confesses. PCR Published on Russia Insider News (http://russia-insider.com) “The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media.” — former CIA Director William Colby Our Exclusive Interview with German Editor Turned CIA Whistleblower Fascinating details emerge. Leading US-funded think-tanks and German secret service are accessories. Attempted suppression by legal threats. Blackout in German media. Exclusively…

Pentagon Claims Accounting Error In Yemen War…

President Donald Trump, who repeatedly complains that the United States is paying too much for the defense of its allies, has praised Saudi Arabia for ostensibly taking on Iran in the Yemen war. It turns out, however, that U.S. taxpayers have been footing the bill for a major part of the Saudi-led campaign, possibly to the tune of tens of millions of dollars. The revelation—detailed in a Defense Department letter obtained by The Atlantic—is likely to raise further ire among senators who have grown ever-more critical of Saudi conduct in the war, which has resulted in a growing number of…

School District hires collection agency to recover unpaid student lunch balances

Rhode Island’s Cranston School District hired a collection agency to recover unpaid student lunch balances. In a letter to parents, Raymond Votto Jr., chief operating officer of Cranston Public Schools, said the district has previously tried to collect outstanding lunch bills “without much success.” “In an effort to reduce our unpaid balance, the District has retained the services of a collection agency. The company is Transworld Systems and they will begin their collection efforts effective January 2, 2019,” the letter said. Votto said between September 1, 2016 and June 30, 2018, the school district wrote off $95,508. He said the…

Google Employee Found Dead in Company’s New York City Headquarters

22-year-old Scott Krulcik, a software engineer, is found unconscious on the sixth floor of the company’s Chelsea building. A Google employee was found dead inside Google’s New York City headquarters in Chelsea, TheWrap has learned. A janitor found 22-year-old Scott Krulcik, a software engineer, unconscious on the sixth floor of the building on Eighth Avenue near West 16th Street around 9 p.m. ET on Friday, according to the NYPD. EMS workers tried to resuscitate him but were unsuccessful. Krulcik was pronounced dead at the scene. Krulcik’s body did not show signs of trauma, and there did not appear to be…