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Koch brothers plot conservative resistance movement

(DENVER POST) — COLORADO SPRINGS — The conservative resistance movement on Sunday celebrated its victories and plotted strategy for the 2018 election at a luxury resort in Colorado nestled between a placid lake with two snuggling swans and the picturesque mountains near Pikes Peak. The polit...

  


Video: Teen falls from Six Flags 'sky ride,' gets caught

(ABC NEWS) — Stunning video published on social media shows the moment when a teenage girl dropped from a stopped ride at an upstate New York amusement park and fell into a crowd of park visitors and employees who had gathered below her to catch her. The unidentified 14-year-old girl from Gree...

  


Arctic becomes hotbed of Russian military activity

(NEWS.COM.AU) — A TINY stretch of Arctic water has become a hotbed of military activity amid fears it could become the next flashpoint in a global conflict between the US and Russia. Locals on the tiny Norwegian island of Vardo have seen an increase in military action through the upgrade of a ...

  


Report: NASA about to announce 'evidence of alien life'

(NEWS.COM.AU) — NASA is “on the verge” of announcing the discovery of alien life, according to the latest video from hacktivist group Anonymous. The hackers published a YouTube clip overnight which claims a NASA scientist made the announcement at the last meeting of the US Science, Space a...

  


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OPEC 'totally bewildered' by oil market

(BLOOMBERG) — It may be too soon to write OPEC’s obituary, but the oil producer club appears in urgent need of late-life care. It shows little understanding of where it is, how it got there or where it’s going. While it still manages to collect new members here and there, its core grou...

  


Democratic Party needs younger blood

We have seen a lot of rumors about the possible forced retirement of Nancy Pelosi after the spectacular loss of Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s 6th special congressional election last week. He lost to Republican Karen Handel, 48.1 percent to her 51.9 percent. It’s amazing that the Democrats thou...

  


Let July 4 be Obamacare Independence Day

The Senate has finally unveiled its heretofore secret plan for pretending to repeal the (Un)Affordable Care Act (ACA, UCA or Obamacare): the Better Care Reconciliation Act. There’s the excuse that they can’t repeal ACA by the reconciliation process, even though, as Michael Cannon of Cato...

  


Cosby's disgusting new career

Hey, did you hear? Bill Cosby is about to launch a new career. He’s going to hold what his spokespeople (i.e. paid flaks) call “town halls,” and the subject of the meetings will be “sexual assault.” He considers it a “motivational speaking tour,” as he told ...

  


5 things conservatives must do to crush the left

Democrats are losers. They spent an estimated $24 million and got trounced in another election. Republican Karen Handel whupped Liberal Democrat Jon Ossoff (aka “Pajama Boy”) in Georgia’s special House election. Democrats have now lost four special congressional elections. As a res...

  


Behind those deceptive headlines about 'anti-gay' Christians

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof (emphasis added). That’s our First Amendment right – it’s called the freedom of religion. This protection guarantees we’ll never have a statewide religion – like what we...

  


The poison in MRIs

You might have heard that my wife, Gena, and I were in the news recently because of the gadolinium poisoning she received through her Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, “a diagnostic technique that uses magnetic fields and radio waves to produce a detailed image of the body’s soft tissu...

  


5 things a Democrat leader really believes

As Democrats reel from their devastating loss in Georgia’s special election, one has to wonder what is going on in the heads of Democratic Party leadership. These days, it seems they do the opposite of what works. In a center-right country, they are moving further and further left. Looking at ...

  


The U.N. began with such high hopes. What happened?

Franklin Roosevelt coined the name “United Nations” for the allied countries fighting together against the National Socialist Workers Party (Nazi) and their totalitarian axis powers. Speaking on Justice for War Crimes, March 24, 1944, Roosevelt explained the original goal of the United N...

  


Mindhacking alert over 'merger of biological, machine intelligence'

Throughout all of human history, there has been one impenetrable fortress against tyranny – the human mind. “It’s the one thing they cannot do,” said Winston Smith in George Orwell’s “1984,” referring to the ability of governments or terrorists to manipulate hu...

  


Son of refugees on mission to make America 'Sharia-free zone'

Peter Alexandrovich doesn’t take freedom for granted, and as the son of World War II refugees who spent time in both Russian and German prison camps, he can’t understand why most Americans do. His father survived six years in Joseph Stalin’s gulag, only to be freed and then get swe...

  


1 U.S. territory jumps to head of line for homeschooling

In the United States, where homeschooling is universally allowed, although there are varying state regulations, Puerto Rico has jumped to top. The U.S. territory has adopted a law that makes the decision of parents to teach their children a “fundamental right.” The Home School Legal Def...

  


Restaurant ordered closed for serving Christians during Ramadan

A popular restaurant at the German-Jordanian University in a suburb of Amman, Jordan, has been ordered closed because workers there served food. According to the investigative team at the Middle East Media Research Institute, a video confirmed the closure and the arrests of several workers. The vid...

  


Paul Ryan challenger: Speaker is 'thwarting' Trump

Days after announcing his repeat challenge to House Speaker Paul Ryan in the upcoming Republican primary, Paul Nehlen told WND he is running again because he believes Ryan is failing President Trump as well as the voters of Ryan’s own district. “Paul Ryan is actively thwarting the presi...

  


Thank Obama: Mexicans paid to go to Chicago

The Trump administration has proposed eliminating several federal entities that is deems wasteful, such as the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, or USTDA, but in the meantime that is not stopping Mexican municipalities and businesses from reaping the benefits of U.S. taxpayer-funded initiatives thr...

  


GOP should be worried about midterms

(THE HILL) By Maria T. Cardona Last night’s special election in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District was a disappointing outcome for Democrats. But let’s put something to rest right here and now: Democrats are incredibly motivated, energized and hopeful for the opportunities we have in 201...

  


They call us right wing. I call us mainstream

(RUSHLIMBAUGH.COM) RUSH: Carl in Leona Valley, California. I’m glad you waited. It’s great to have you on the EIB Network. How are you doing? CALLER: I’m doing fine, Rush. Thank you so much for sharing your mic with a rank amateur. RUSH: (laughing) Appreciate that. That’s a nice compliment. ...

  


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'2 potential witnesses' in DNC-rigging lawsuit 'both died'

WASHINGTON – Lawyers and plaintiffs suing the Democratic National Committee for rigging the 2016 presidential election say they’re being harassed with threatening messages and “freaky” encounters and they fear for their safety – particularly in the wake of the mysterious and un...

  


TSA now looks through your books

(THE WEEK) — The TSA began a new screening policy for paper products at airport checkpoints in Missouri last month, and now the agency’s branch in Sacramento, California, is testing out more invasive searches for books and food items. In the new system, passengers are required to take all re...

  


Democrats behind 'Russian' dossier on Trump?

(NEW YORK POST) — A secretive Washington firm that commissioned the dubious intelligence dossier on Donald Trump is stonewalling congressional investigators trying to learn more about its connections to the Democratic Party. The Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month threatened to subpo...

  


The occult roots of modernism

(NEW YORKER) — In the Paris of the early eighteen-nineties, at the height of the Decadence, the man of the moment was the novelist, art critic, and would-be guru Joséphin Péladan, who named himself Le Sâr, after the ancient Akkadian word for “king.” He went about in a flowing white cloa...

  


Fidget spinners have secret meaning, say some priests

(NEW YORK POST) — It turns out there’s a hidden meaning to fidget spinners — and it’s sure to surprise you. Fidget spinners are a hugely popular toy trend and they’re marketed as a stress reliever — as well as being said to help those suffering from ADHD, autism or anxiety. The flat,...

  


Can human mortality really be hacked?

(SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE) — It’s just after 10:30 a.m. on a pleasant weekday morning at SENS, a biotech lab in Mountain View, California. I’ve come to speak to its chief science officer, Aubrey de Grey. I find him sitting in his office, cracking open a bottle of Stone pale ale. “Would you l...

  


Elon Musk wants to link computers to our brains

(BUSINESS INSIDER) — Elon Musk is a busy guy. He’s developing electric vehicles, self-driving cars, tunnel-boring infrastructure technology, and re-usable rockets (with the goal of getting humans to Mars). Given Musk’s ambitiousness, it’s not totally surprising that he is als...

  


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