Sunday - Dec 16, 2018

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  • Obama prepares to send troops into Syria

    Obama prepares to send troops into Syria

    Meanwhile the US is already planning their next major coup by Claire Bernish A nonviolent coup to depose a democratically-elected president and install some of the most corrupt politicians — who, not coincidentally happen to be favored by the U.S. political establishment — is currently underway in Brazil. As the public’s attention zeroes on the

  • Americans pay more in taxes than food, clothing and housing combined

    Americans pay more in taxes than food, clothing and housing combined

    It now takes 46 days for Americans to pay federal, state, and local individual income taxes by Kurt Nimmo Analysis The Tax Foundation has released a report ahead of the annual federal income tax deadline next week and the results are startling. In total Americans will fork over $3.3 trillion to the federal government this

  • After huge minimum wage hike, what California economic future could look like?

    After huge minimum wage hike, what California economic future could look like?

    by Melissa Quinn California lawmakers and labor leaders are cheering a new deal that, if passed, raises the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour, making the Golden State the first in the country to do so. But labor experts are already warning that such a wage hike could lead to higher prices for consumers,

  • The FCC’s plan to take over the internet has began

    The FCC’s plan to take over the internet has began

    by John Merline “It’s not a government takeover of the Internet.” That was the mantra of those who backed the Federal Communication Commission’s “net neutrality” rules, which the FCC approved a little over a year ago. “Not only are the new rules not a government takeover,” argued one supporter in Variety, “they are well in

  • City had to stop arresting actual criminals because they filled up jail with non-violent offenders

    City had to stop arresting actual criminals because they filled up jail with non-violent offenders

    by Justin Gardner Greene County, MO – The epidemic of mass incarceration is coming back to bite authorities in one American city. Because the Greene County jail is completely full, Springfield (pop. 165,000) is unable to arrest more than 12,000 people accused of crimes such as traffic infractions and misdemeanor assaults. Missouri’s third-largest city has

  • Google acaba de unir fuerzas con el Pentágono para marcar una nueva era de control del estado policial

    Google acaba de unir fuerzas con el Pentágono para marcar una nueva era de control del estado policial

    por Justin Gardner El desarrollador del mayor navegador de búsqueda del mundo está uniendo fuerzas con la mayor maquinaria militar del mundo. Según se anunció esta semana, el ex director de Google Eric Schmidt va a dirigir el nuevo Consejo Asesor de Innovación del Pentágono. “El Pentágono dijo que el consejo lo asesoraría en cuestiones

  • Google just joint forces with the Pentagon to usher in a new era of police state control

    Google just joint forces with the Pentagon to usher in a new era of police state control

    by Justin Gardner The developer of the world’s largest search engine is joining forces with the world’s largest military machine. It was announced this week that former Google CEO Eric Schmidt will be heading the Pentagon’s new Innovation Advisory Board. “The Pentagon said the board would advise it on such Google-y topics as rapid prototyping,

  • Track your movements, behavior “we are watching you

    Track your movements, behavior “we are watching you

    by The Free Thought Project With digital advertising long tapping into users’ mobile habits, traditional advertisers have felt left in the dark ages. But billboards are about to get smart, and technology would allow them to know where you’ve been and where you go after you see them. Advertising giant Clear Channel Outdoor Americas, which

  • Obama’s Russian rationale for $1 trillion nuke plan signals news arms race

    Obama’s Russian rationale for $1 trillion nuke plan signals news arms race

    by Alex Emmons The Intercept The Obama administration has historically insisted that its massive $1 trillion nuclear weapons modernization program does not represent a return to Cold War-era nuclear rivalry between Russia and the United States. The hugely expensive undertaking, which calls for a slew of new cruise missiles, ICBMs, nuclear submarines, and long-range bombers