The public has been trained to think in terms of what is legal and what is illegal. The politicians and their elite bosses operate above the law and outside the law. For them, legal is what they say it is or is not.
Hillary Clinton personifies the system. The FBI and Department of (In)Justice – or, as some call it, the Department of Just Us – have always given the Clinton crime family a pass to operate outside the law. But it is not just them.
Politicians, bureaucrats, judges and their friends are untouchables. Yes, occasionally one or two are sacrificed on the altar in the name of “justice,” but it is nothing more than a ruse that keeps the system in place.
There are clearly privileged classes in America. It is those in political power backed by illegal police power. They act against the people outside the law and the Constitution. It has become so obvious. Read more »(425 words, estimated 1:42 mins reading time)
We have had a number high profile cybersecurity stories recently.
The first was a cyber attack against the Democratic National Committee files, again, that was blamed on the Russian government hacker group.
The second was more evidence that the Stuxnet worm that infected Iran’s nuclear centrifuges was built by our own National Security Agency. Many cyber experts are calling the Stuxnet virus the A-bomb of cyberwar; it has taken us into a new age of cybersecurity, espionage and surveillance where the entire web is the battlefield.
Then, an anonymous hacker collective known as Shadow Brokers snuck into the NSA’s internal hacker group known as the Equation Group and stole the code for Stuxnet and other next-gen malware Duqu and Flame (more on this later). Read more »(812 words, estimated 3:15 mins reading time)
Is Hillary Clinton healthy enough to serve as president if she wins the election? Over the past couple of weeks this has become a major issue, and the mainstream media is actively conspiring with the Clinton campaign in a desperate attempt to cover up the truth. For example, the Washington Post, which has essentially become a mouthpiece for the Clinton campaign at this point, has been publishing an article “debunking” claims about Clinton’s health almost every day recently. One of their headlines that really caught my attention was “Don’t believe everything you read about Hillary Clinton’s health on Google“. By the way, there were three Hillary Clinton campaign ads on that one page alone. But CNN took things to an entirely new level this week when it published an article entitled “Clinton’s health is fine, but what about Trump?” I was so flabbergasted by that headline that my wife came into my office to see what all of the commotion was about. No, Hillary Clinton’s health is not “fine”, and we will get to that later in this article. Read more »(1117 words + 2 images, estimated 4:28 mins reading time)
Did you know that our planet will be hit by more than 100,000 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater this year alone? Earlier today, I came across a report that contained this amazing fact, but it was so incredible that I felt that I had to go and verify it myself. So I went to the official USGS website, and I found out that this is actually true. Overall, there are about half a million earthquakes around the globe each year, but it is only when a quake is of about magnitude 3.0 or greater that humans actually feel them. As the very large earthquakes in Italy and Myanmar within the last 24 hours have demonstrated, the shaking of our planet is getting worse, and this is something that I have written about over and over again. So why is this happening? Why does the crust of our planet seemingly become more and more unstable with each passing year? Read more »(1078 words + 1 image, estimated 4:19 mins reading time)
“He’d lose badly today,” Ed Rollins, who heads the Great America super-PAC, said on the Laura Ingraham Show Wednesday.
The pro-Trump PAC leader said that he hopes to see a turnaround in the GOP presidential nominee’s campaign in the next several weeks.
“If we’re sitting here three weeks from now after Labor Day and it’s in the same position, we’re gonna have a hard uphill battle,” Rollins said. “He’d lose badly today. He has a chance. He’s got a new team in there, Kellyanne’s (Conway) a great talent who’s been the campaign manager. She knows how to drive a message. She knows how to develop a message. Bannon is a very effective communicator.”
Trump’s best bet moving forward, Rollins said, is hammering Hillary Clinton as hard as possible. Read more »(275 words, estimated 1:06 mins reading time)
Americans, especially seniors, are taking more prescription medications than ever. And thanks to FDA guidelines, U.S. pharmaceutical companies are cashing in by hiking prices.
The most recent unexplained pharmaceutical price hike to garner national media attention is that of EpiPen, the injectors that can save the lives of Americans suffering severe allergic reactions. The drug delivery system, once available in a pack of two for $100, has skyrocketed to a price of $600.
And here’s the rub. The true cost of the most common dosage of the life-saving hormone epinephrine delivered by EpiPen is only about $2.
Mylan, the company that makes the EpiPen also quietly jacked up the price of several other medications.
“Mylan has raised the prices more than 20 percent on 24 products, and more than 100 percent on seven products,” Wells Fargo senior analyst David Maris wrote in a report in June. Read more »(1038 words, estimated 4:09 mins reading time)
Over the years the major players in the razor market have added blades, redesigned handles and created all manner of bells and whistles as they’ve battled over market share. And while they’ve added blades – first two, then three, then four, then five — and lubricants, they’ve also added to the cost.
Replacement blade sets now run $4 each or more. This has prompted discount players like Dollar Shave Club and Harry’s to get into the market. They’ve made shaving a little less expensive. But what they haven’t done is improve on the shave beyond what my old stand-by safety razor can deliver.
I dabbled with the multi-bladed razors over the years, but I always went back to my old Gillette safety razor. You old timers probably got one while you were in the service. They were standard issue. Read more »(677 words, estimated 2:42 mins reading time)
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump wasn’t too far off the mark earlier this month when he said President Barack Obama is the founder of ISIS and that Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton are the most valuable players of ISIS.
The Obama doctrine has allowed ISIS to flourish, while at home, black supremacists are building armed resistance through Black Lives Matter. Clearly, Obama has neglected the military on the one hand and laid the blame for societal ills at white institutions on the other. Worst of all, Clinton shows signs she will be a loyal Obama disciple.
Already Obama and Clinton have twisted Michael Corleone’s words from The Godfather — Part II. Often credited to Sun Tzu or Machiavelli — it is Corleone who says, “Keep your friends close but your enemies closer.” The Obama doctrine is: be kind to your friends but even kinder to your enemies. Read more »(2094 words + 2 images, estimated 8:23 mins reading time)
Doubling down on the liberal narrative that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is a racist, members of the Congressional Black Caucus say he is openly courting white supremacist voters.
The accusations come as the Trump campaign works to reach out to minority voters the Democrats see as vital to Democrat Hillary Clinton’s electoral success.
In recent weeks, Trump has made several direct appeals to minority voters to leave the Democratic Party, which he credits with turning the nation’s inner cities into “war zones.”
Of course, Trump isn’t the only person to have made this argument in recent history.
Back in 2014, a group of black activists implored minority voters to revolt against the true oppressors in America’s inner-cities: Black leaders.
Of course, these arguments— just like those Trump is currently making— don’t sit well with the black leaders being accused of who’ve failed their constituents so miserably. Read more »(341 words, estimated 1:22 mins reading time)
A professor at Johns Hopkins University s urging lawmakers to consider creating new gun laws which require American senior citizens to take competency tests to prove that they are stable enough to own firearms.
According to Shannon Frattaroli, PhD., the new requirements are necessary due to rising dementia and suicide rates among older adults.
“So much of the dialogue around guns in this country has been around crime, and lately, mass shootings. And the older population is not part of that. But when you look at the suicide issue, it’s impossible to ignore older Americans,” the professor told New America. “With that in mind, any conversation about guns has to include a conversation [about] gun ownership among older adults. There’s definitely more to be done on that issue in the United States.”
The academic also said older adults should consider weighing the risks against the benefits of gun ownership. Read more »(328 words, estimated 1:19 mins reading time)
Former President Bill Clinton announced that the Clinton Foundation will stop accepting donation from foreign billionaires only after Hillary is elected president. And there couldn’t be a better advertisement for the couple’s last chance blowout on White House access.
Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas said the Clinton’s should shut off the donations now rather than conducting what amounts to a “fire sale” to the Clinton White House.
“I mean they’re having a fire sale at the Clinton Foundation for White House access,” he told the Hugh Hewitt Show. “So all of those oligarchs all around the world are worried about fulfilling their life’s work of eradicating disease and poverty need to get their money in now.”
Cotton added: “They said they will if she wins. But that’s really just an alarm bell for all those people to send in their money right now if they want to buy access in a future Clinton White House.” Read more »(350 words, estimated 1:24 mins reading time)
I have been writing rather extensively about the ideology of globalism in recent months, primarily because the battle lines between sovereignty and global centralization have never been more defined than they are in 2016. In the past, globalists have often hidden the true motives of their cult; namely the goal of erasing national borders and all remaining vestiges of self governance. Normally, they would only pronounce the great advantages of globalization while dancing around the fact that millions of people will not accept it. Today, however, the globalists have come out in direct confrontation with supporters of sovereignty.
After the Brexit referendum, a new tone appears to have been set. The elites have now entered the mainstream media to state in essence that yes, they are globalists, they want total centralization and they are here to fight a philosophical and/or physical battle with those they call “populists” (also known as conservatives and sovereigns). Read more »(2324 words, estimated 9:18 mins reading time)