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Jul 16 09:31

Big Pharma’s stock values PLUMMET after President Trump announces executive order on drug prices

On July 5, the day after Independence Day, President Trump announced that in lieu of any formidable action by Congress, his administration is planning to issue an executive order that will force drug companies to sell their drugs here in the United States for the same amount that they do in the lowest paying foreign nations.

In other words, American patients will pay no more than what patients do in countries where drug prices are sold for the cheapest price. This will ensure that Big Pharma doesn’t get away with price-gouging First World countries for life-saving medications when those same medications are being sold for far less in the Third World.

Jul 16 09:28

New Poll Shows AOC Unpopularity Could Cost Dems Big In 2020


Jul 16 09:20

Georgia man dies in Dominican Republic after drinking soda that didn't 'taste right'

Yet another American tourist has died suspiciously in the Dominican Republic, bringing the total number of mysterious deaths in the Caribbean country to well over 10.

Jul 16 09:19

What first-hand government reports say about conditions at migrant detention centers

The country is embroiled in a furious debate over the conditions of U.S. immigration detention facilities, as violence and poverty in Central Americasends many refugees and migrants northward.


Jul 16 09:18

Journalist Exposes CNN Glorifying Antifa ‘Martyr’ Who Tried To Firebomb ICE Facility


Jul 16 09:17

South Bend Police Officer Resigns Over Fatal Shooting Of Eric Logan

The South Bend, Indiana police officer who shot and killed Eric Logan has resigned, officials confirmed on Monday.
“I can confirm that Sergeant Ryan O’Neill resigned from the South Bend Police Department effective immediately,” Police Chief Scott Ruszkowski said in a statement on Twitter.

Jul 16 09:16

Disney heiress ‘livid’ after going to one of her family’s theme parks undercover

So much for the “Happiest Place on Earth.” The heiress to the Disney fortune recently went to one of its theme parks undercover, and says the visit made her “livid.”

Jul 16 08:47

World Cutting Back On Renewable Energy, China Cut 39% In One Year.



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Jul 16 08:37

It’s ridiculous!: Russian bot fear laughed off by left and right

US senator Kamala Harris is blaming Russian bots for promoting controversies

Jul 16 08:22

EVERYTHING IS PROBLEMATICAL: Should you boycott Amazon Prime Day?


Jul 16 08:21

Trump May Appoint Fringe Neocon to Head Intelligence

By Kurt Nimmo

It keeps getting worse. The neocons have burrowed termite-deep inside the Trump administration and rumor has it the president will add yet another one to an important cabinet position.

If there is any substance to the latest rumors, DNI Dan Coats will be replaced by Fred Fleitz, former NSC executive secretary, CIA analyst, Trump Chief of Staff, Bolton enforcer, and CEO of the Center for Security Policy...

Jul 16 08:13

Border patrol agent "ICE Bae" goes viral

A female Customs and Border Protection officer has gone viral after photos emerged of her providing security for Vice President Mike Pence during his recent border visit. The agent was photographed standing outside of a holding cell, and selfies have also shown up on Twitter.

Jul 16 08:13

FBI to Ramp Up Surveillance of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

By Tyler Durden

The FBI plans to step up its efforts to gather information from social media – issuing a call last week for a new tool to monitor Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other platforms “in a timely fashion.”

Citing the use of social media by terrorist groups, domestic threats, criminal organizations and foreign intelligence services, the FBI “needs near real time access to a full range of social media exchanges in order to obtain the most current information available,” according to the request for proposal...

Jul 16 08:00

62 border employees under internal investigation amid posts

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said Monday that 62 current and eight former Border Patrol employees are under internal investigation following revelations of a secret Facebook group that mocked lawmakers and migrants.

Jul 16 08:00

U.S. Air Force Responds to Joke Facebook Page That Wants to Storm Area 51

The U.S. Air Force has issued a warning to the joke Facebook page that announced a plan to storm Area 51 to “see them aliens.”

Jul 16 07:45

UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES: Congress’ awful anti-sex-trafficking law has only put sex workers in danger and wasted taxpayer money.


Jul 16 07:45

Rescued California hiker fled knife-wielding man and ate cactus to survive in desert heat

An experienced hiker who went missing on Friday along with her small dog has been found alive after fleeing a man with a knife, authorities in California said.

Jul 16 07:45

Teen girl brutally killed before photos of her body posted on social media, New York police say

A 17-year-old with thousands of followers on Instagram was brutally murdered in New York by a man she met online two months ago — and photos of her dead body have been shared on social media by the alleged killer, authorities said.

Jul 16 07:34

City Halls Use Facial Recognition To Blacklist And Ban Residents

By MassPrivateI

I hate to say I told you so, but I told you so. Local governments and private corporations are using facial recognition to secretly blacklist people, despite having no valid reason to do so.

A recent article in the Idaho Statesman proves that local governments are using facial recognition to ban residents from accessing city-owned buildings...


Jul 16 07:20

New CNN Assange Smear Piece Is Amazingly Dishonest, Even For CNN

By Caitlin Johnstone

CNN has published an unbelievably brazen and dishonest smear piece on Julian Assange, easily the most egregious article of its kind since the notoriously bogus Assange-Manafort report by The Guardian last year. It contains none of the “exclusive” documents which it claims substantiate its smears, relying solely on vague unsubstantiated assertions and easily debunked lies to paint the WikiLeaks founder in a negative light.

And let’s be clear right off the bat, it is most certainly a smear piece...

Jul 16 07:10

Finance Costs Are Killing The Shale Industry

Jul 16 06:45

Erdogan hails Russian S-400 delivery, wants to ‘go much further’ and make weapons with Russia

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has celebrated the arrival in Turkey of the Russian S-400 air defense system, despite the threat of US sanctions, and stated that he wishes to co-produce weapons with Russia in the future.

Jul 16 06:37

US judge slashes Monsanto cancer victim’s payout by $55 million

A US federal judge has reduced the $80 million punitive damages award a jury ordered Monsanto to pay to California cancer victim to $25 million.

Judge Vince Chhabria said he was required to diminish the punitive damages because it went beyond constitutional limits set by the US Supreme Court. According to him, the higher award was “constitutionally impermissible” because it was nearly 15 times the compensatory damages award.

However, he added that Monsanto “deserves to be punished.” He wrote in the ruling that the “evidence presented at trial about Monsanto’s behavior betrayed a lack of concern about the risk that its product might be carcinogenic.”

Jul 16 06:36

Congress investigating possible secret ‘bioweaponization’ of insects by the Pentagon

The US Congress has backed an amendment to the 2020 US Defense budget which could force an investigation into allegations that the pentagon had weaponized insects, including ticks, in a secret program.

Rep. Christopher Smith (R-New Jersey), co-chair of the House Lyme Disease Caucus, asked a series of hard-hitting questions about the alleged ‘bioweaponization’ program and its potential side-effects, including the possible spread of a bacterial infection.

“Americans have a right to know whether any of this is true,” Smith said in a news release. “And have these experiments caused Lyme disease and other tick-borne disease to mutate and to spread? Who ordered it? Were any ticks released by design?”


Jul 16 00:31

Teenager Cited Anti-Gay Bullying for Stabbing Death. He Was Found Guilty.

On a September morning two years ago, Abel Cedeno put on a pink Kylie Minogue shirt, and then tossed his books and inhaler into his backpack.

Just before leaving for school that day, he took a switchblade knife he had bought online from the top of his dresser and placed it in his pocket.

Within a few hours, the then 18-year-old senior had fatally stabbed Matthew McCree, 15, and permanently maimed Ariane LaBoy, 16, in a history class at the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation in the Bronx.

On Monday, a state judge found Mr. Cedeno guilty of manslaughter, assault and criminal possession of an illegal knife, rejecting Mr. Cedeno’s claim he had acted in self-defense after Mr. McCree had punched him. Mr. Cedeno faces up to 50 years in prison.

*He took a knife to school & then lied. He only came out as gay AFTER he had been charged. His lawyer even tried to smear the victim.*

July 15, 2019

Jul 15 19:19

Ex-Fox & Friends host, accused of a Ponzi scheme that turned Indianapolis real-estate investors into slumlords, moves to Portugal



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Jul 15 18:53

New Multi-year Gold Rally Has Emerged

Jul 15 18:43

Hawaiian Punch: Football Field Sized Drone Will Beam 5G Down at Hawaiian Islands — Urgent Action Needed

Thanks to Debra Greene, PhD for sending this alert out to her email list:

It sounds like something out of a sci-fi horror movie.

5G transmitting from a football field sized drone flying around the Hawaiian islands beaming toxic 5G wireless radiation into the ocean, into marine life, into valleys, into homes, into our bodies, into off-grid hard to reach areas of our varied terrain...

Jul 15 17:03

Crowd of UFO fans seeking to ‘raid Area 51’ hits 1 MILLION despite US Air Force warning

If even a small fraction of those UFO lovers show up to try and break ‘them aliens’ free from the secret desert facility, the ‘Area 51 raid’ joke risks spilling into one of the largest civil disobedience events ever in the US.

Jul 15 17:00

Netanyahu compares EU approach to Iran with ‘appeasement’ of Nazi Germany before WWII

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has compared Europe’s attitude to Iran with the 1930s appeasement of Nazi Germany, after the EU foreign policy chief said Tehran’s enrichment breach wouldn’t trigger the Iran deal’s dispute mechanism.

The EU’s high representative Federica Mogherini said on Monday that the bloc did not regard Tehran’s recent breaches of the 2015 nuclear deal as being “significant” enough to set an official dispute in motion.

Mogherini said that none of the remaining parties to the accord had signaled any intention to invoke the JCPOA’s dispute article, which means that, so far, “none of them” think that Iran’s non-compliance “is considered to be significant non-compliance.”

Netanyahu lashed out at Europe’s response, saying in a video statement that it was even comparable to appeasement and failed diplomacy with Nazi Germany before the outbreak of World War II.

Jul 15 16:58

Kaepernick anthem-kneeling controversy was the work of ‘Russian Bots’ – Kamala Harris

What can’t those dastardly Russian bots do? Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris has blamed the media commotion surrounding former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling during the national anthem on the Kremlin’s minions.

Jul 15 16:57

India & Russia will use their national currencies for defense deals to bypass US sanctions – report

Russia and one of the biggest importers of its weapons, India, have decided to use their national currencies to transfer payments for massive defense deals in order to skirt possible US sanctions, according to Bloomberg.

Jul 15 16:23

SpaceX finally reveals cause of April spacecraft explosion

SpaceX says it has figured out what caused one of its spacecraft to explode during a ground test in April. A valve accidentally leaked some of the vehicle’s propellant, starting a chain reaction that caused the spacecraft to burst apart. Now that the cause has been identified, SpaceX says it is replacing these parts in all future versions of the vehicle to make sure this explosive leak doesn’t happen again.

Jul 15 16:17

The U.S. (and Global) Economy Is In Trouble

Jul 15 16:16

California Committee Approves Measure to Create Banking Alternative for Cannabis Industry, Bypass Federal Reserve

By Michael Maharrey

Last week, a second California Assembly committee unanimously passed a bill that would establish limited state-chartered banks to serve the cannabis industry. Final passage of this legislation would remove a major federal roadblock in front of the developing industry in the state and further nullify federal prohibition in practice.

Sen. Bob Hertzberg, (D-Van Nuys), along with a bipartisan coalition of eight cosponsors, filed Senate Bill 51 (SB51) on Dec. 4. The legislation would create a self-contained banking system for the cannabis industry in California...

Jul 15 15:55

Petting Dogs or Cats For 10 Minutes Significantly Reduces Stress, New Study Finds

College is stressful. Students have classes, papers, and exams. But they also often have work, bills to pay, and so many other pressures common in modern life. Many universities have instituted “Pet Your Stress Away” programs, where students can come in and interact with cats and/or dogs to help alleviate some of the strain.

Scientists at Washington State University have recently demonstrated that, in addition to improving students’ moods, these programs can actually get “under the skin” and have stress-relieving physiological benefits...

Jul 15 15:53

“Technical Incident” Puts Europe’s GPS System Fully Offline For Days

By RT

A major technical error has caused Europe’s satellite navigation system to be fully offline since Friday, with most satellites powering the Galileo system broken, the EU’s space agency has said.

Europe’s Galileo system was built to replace the US’ GPS system but, since the outage, users are automatically being switched back to the US positioning system. The Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GNSS) said in a statement on Sunday that “a technical incident related to its ground infrastructure” had caused the problem...

Jul 15 15:43

Sound Body, Sound Mind: Healthy Lifestyle May Counteract Genetic Risk Of Dementia

By John Anderer

Dementia is a blanket medical term generally used to describe any condition that causes a decline in mental cognition and memory loss. Unfortunately, dementia is often passed on genetically, meaning many people are predisposed to developing symptoms later on in life. Now, a new study out of the University of Exeter finds that living a healthy lifestyle may be able to offset the genetic risk of developing dementia by up to 32%...

Jul 15 15:25

One Heck Of A Recession Party!!

Jul 15 15:22

Army Corps Admits to Dumping Toxic Water Into Florida Estuaries Without Telling Public

By John Vibes

Last week, during a meeting of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, an Army Corps of Engineers official admitted that the agency has been dumping toxic water from Lake Okeechobee into local estuaries without any warning to the public.

For years, this has been an open secret...

Jul 15 14:59

Knowing the “Value” of Our Data Won’t Fix Our Privacy Problems

By Hayley Tsukayama

Some lawmakers, seeking to hold companies accountable for the way they collect and profit from our personal information, are pushing a new idea: requiring companies to report a dollar value for the data they collect from us. Some frame this reporting as a first step towards requiring companies to share with consumers the wealth our personal information generates for these companies. Yet knowing how much your personal information is worth to a company doesn’t actually protect your privacy—and the “pay for privacy” schemes that would probably follow from valuation reporting would actually harm it...

Jul 15 14:38

Congress Courageously Sticks US Taxpayers With a $6 Trillion Liability

By Simon Black

The names of these laws all sounded wonderful. But their effects were absolutely terrible.

The new SECURE Act will likely be no different.

If you haven’t heard of SECURE, it’s a new piece of legislation aimed at ‘fixing’ the US retirement system...

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