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Media mistakes intensify debate over fake news

Media mistakes intensify debate over fake news | 10 Dec 2017 | Media outlets have remained under fire for several days amid a debate over journalism in an age when President Trump regularly attacks media as "fake news." ...Several news organizations, including two top cable networks, were recently forced to issue corrections to articles related to the investigation into Russia's [alleged] election meddling and potential ties between Trump campaign staff members and the Kremlin. CNN on Friday corrected a story that originally said Trump Jr. received an email from WikiLeaks presenting hacked documents with Democratic information on Sept. 4, before WikiLeaks made them public. The cable news [sic] outlet corrected the story retracted the lie, clarifying that Trump Jr. received the email on Sept. 14, after WikiLeaks had already published the documents.

Santa Barbara under threat from wildfire as massive inferno spreads and thousands flee under new evacuation orders

Santa Barbara under threat from wildfire as massive inferno spreads and thousands flee under new evacuation orders --The massive Thomas Fire has spread to 173,000 acres and could be the among worst in California's history | 10 Dec 2017 | A flare-up on the western edge of Southern California's largest and most destructive [Direct Energy Weapon-created?] wildfire sent residents fleeing Sunday, as wind-fanned flames churned through canyons and down hillsides toward coastal towns. The so-called Thomas Fire is only 15 percent contained, now threatening the city of Santa Barbara and the nearby coastal town of Carpinteria, and is on track to become one of the worst wildfires in California history. It has already destroyed 583 structures and scorched 173,000 acres, the authorities say...The new evacuation zone extends within two miles of the Santa Barbara Zoo.

Fordham University Republicans wearing MAGA hats are kicked out of campus coffee shop for violating 'safe space'

Fordham University Republicans wearing MAGA hats are kicked out of campus coffee shop for violating 'safe space' | 10 Dec 2017 | (Bronx, NY) Members of Fordham University College Republicans appear to have [reported] a student-run coffee shop when they went with Make America Great Again hats to 'test the unwritten rule' of conservative discrimination. Rodrigue's Coffee House's 'President' can be seen on video telling the group members that they needed to leave the shop on the Bronx campus in five minutes. 'This says nothing about supporting political identities. This says nothing about politics and you have no right to do this' a member of the College Republicans tells the President after she tells them that they need to leave, in a video posted Friday. You are threatening the integrity of our club. This is a community standard--you are wearing hats that completely violate safe space policy,' [LOLOL!] the Coffee shop boss added. 'You have to take it off or you have to go.'

Japan, U.S., South Korea to hold missile tracking drill amid North Korea crisis

Japan, U.S., South Korea to hold missile tracking drill amid North Korea crisis | 10 Dec 2017 | The United States, Japan and South Korea will hold two days of missile tracking drills starting on Monday, Japan's Maritime Self-Defence Force said, as tensions rise in the region. The United States and South Korea conducted large-scale military drills last week, which the North said made the outbreak of war "an established fact". This week's exercises will be the sixth drills sharing information in tracking ballistic missiles [provoking war] among the three nations, the defense force said.

Roy Moore calls accuser a liar after she admits she added notes to his yearbook inscription

Roy Moore calls accuser a liar after she admits she added notes to his yearbook inscription | 08 Dec 2017 | U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama stepped up his attacks Friday on the integrity of a woman who says that he sexually assaulted her when she was a 16-year-old waitress at a restaurant where he often dined when he was a prosecutor in his 30s. The woman, Beverly Young Nelson, conceded in an ABC News interview that an inscription Moore wrote in her high school yearbook included notes she added under his signature. Moore, whose campaign already had suggested his signature in the yearbook had been forged, said Nelson's remarks to ABC proved she was lying. "Let's count how many national outlets will ignore the fact that she admits to lying," Moore wrote on Twitter.

Pakistani Air Force ordered to shoot down US drones

Pakistani Air Force ordered to shoot down US drones | 09 Dec 2017 | Pakistan's Air Force (PAF) commander has reportedly ordered to take down drones violating the country's sovereignty, including that of the U.S. The jabs against America, a key ally, came Thursday in a speech Aman delivered at a ceremony of aviation students gathered in Islamabad. The top military official, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, praised Pakistan's air prowess, saying their forces are prepared to defend sovereignty of the country. "We will not allow anyone to violate our airspace," Aman said as cited by The Times of India, adding, that he has ordered the PAF "to shoot down drones, including those of the U.S., if they enter our airspace, violating the country's sovereignty and territorial integrity."

Defector says thousands of ISIS fighters were given safe passage from Raqqa in secret U.S.-approved deal

Defector says thousands of ISIS fighters were given safe passage from Raqqa in secret U.S.-approved deal | 07 Dec 2017 | A high-level defector from Kurdish-led forces that captured the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State has recanted his account of the city's fall, saying thousands of ISIS fighters - many thousands more than first reported - left under a secret, U.S.-approved deal. Talal Silo, a former commander in the Syrian Democratic Forces, said the SDF arranged to bus all remaining Islamic State militants I-CIA-SIS terrorists out of Raqqa even though it said at the time it was battling diehard foreign jihadists in the city. U.S. officials described Silo's comments as "false and contrived" [LOL] but a security official in Turkey, where Silo defected three weeks ago, gave a similar account of Islamic State's defeat in its Syrian stronghold. Silo was the SDF spokesman and one of the officials who told the media in mid-October - when the deal was reached - that fewer than 300 fighters left Raqqa with their families while others would continue to fight.

Rep. Franks resigning after discussing surrogacy with female staff

Puritanical 'MeToo' lunacy claims another victim: Rep. Franks resigning after discussing surrogacy with female staff | 07 Dec 2017 | Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) revealed on Thursday that he is resigning because he discussed the option of surrogacy with female staffers. [!] The House Ethics Committee announced that it is opening an investigation into his actions. "Due to my familiarity and experience with the process of surrogacy, I clearly became insensitive as to how the discussion of such an intensely personal topic might affect others," Franks said in a statement. He said that he's choosing to resign because "in the midst of this current cultural and media climate [of insanity], I am deeply convinced I would be unable to complete a fair House Ethics investigation." Franks emphasized Thursday that he did not engage in physical sexual misconduct toward his aides.

California fires: San Diego County's Lilac fire explodes to 4,100 acres

California fires: San Diego County's Lilac fire explodes to 4,100 acres | 07 Dec 2017 | A wind-fanned fire growing at a "dangerous" rate in North County has charred 4,100 acres, destroyed dozens of structures and is threatening 5,000 more, fire officials said Thursday. At least three people were burned in the blaze, which roared through Bonsall, a rural community of ranches and agricultural lands, toward Oceanside. At one point, a line of a dozen palm trees ignited. Homes were quickly reduced to piles of ash and teams of horses fled from the flames. "This fire could make it all the way through Oceanside to the coast," said Cal Fire Division Chief Nick Schuler.

US House ethics panel clears Nunes in Russiagate classified leak probe

US House ethics panel clears Nunes in Russiagate classified leak probe | 08 Dec 2017 | The US House Ethics Committee has cleared Representative Devin Nunes (R-California) on a complaint that he leaked classified information. The surprise decision paves the way for the firebrand lawmaker to reassume chairing a House intelligence panel. The ethics committee said Thursday in a brief statement that it determined the Republican congressman did not disclose classified information in March, when he made a surprise announcement about the US government picking up information about President Donald Trump's transition team during a surveillance sweep. Nunes was the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee at the time, and was leading the probe into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Rep. Jordan Grills FBI Director: Did Agent Who Sent Anti-Trump Texts Bring Dossier to FISA Court?

Rep. Jordan Grills FBI Director: Did Agent Who Sent Anti-Trump Texts Bring Dossier to FISA Court? | 07 Dec 2017 | Rep. Jim Jordan grilled FBI Director Christopher Wray this morning on the suspected actions of an FBI agent found to have sent anti-Trump text messages to his mistress. At the House hearing, Jordan (R-Ohio) zeroed in on Peter Strzok's work on the Hillary Clinton email investigation and asked whether Strzok had anything to do with the anti-Trump dossier. Strzok was moved off Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation over the summer after the text messages were discovered. "If you kicked everybody off of Mueller's team who was anti-Trump, I don't think there'd be anybody left," said Jordan, alleging there is "more" behind Strzok's departure from Mueller's team.

Arizona GOP Rep. Trent Franks to resign following sexual harassment claim

Arizona GOP Rep. Trent Franks to resign following sexual harassment claim | 07 Dec 2017 | Arizona Republican Rep. Trent Franks announced in a statement Thursday night he will resign from Congress at the end of January, after the House Ethics Committee said it would investigate allegations against him of sexual harassment. The House Ethics Committee announced earlier Thursday that it will investigate Franks to determine if he engaged in "conduct that constitutes sexual harassment and/or retaliation for opposing sexual harassment." In his statement, Franks acknowledged he made staffers "uncomfortable" and that he discussed fertility issues and surrogacy with two female staffers, but denied having ever "physically intimidated, coerced, or had, or attempted to have, any sexual contact with any member of my congressional staff."

Barack Obama appears to compare Trump presidency to the rise of Hitler and says US democracy could 'fall apart very quickly'

Barack Obama appears to compare Trump presidency to the rise of Hitler and says US democracy could 'fall apart very quickly' | 07 Dec 2017 | Barack Obama [Deep State emissary and best bud of unindicted 9/11 co-conspirator George W. Bush] appeared to compare Donald Trump's presidency to Hitler's rise to power during a speech in Chicago on Tuesday. The former president was speaking at an event thrown by the Economic Club of Chicago at a Hilton hotel when he made the remarks. Without mentioning the current president, Obama told the gathered audience of 1,800: 'We have to tend to this garden of democracy or else things could fall apart quickly. That's what happened in Germany in the 1930s, which despite the democracy of the Weimar Republic and centuries of high-level cultural and scientific achievements, Adolph Hitler rose to dominate.' Some Trump fans said Obama's comments were 'un-American' and 'disgusting'.

Sen. Al Franken to resign from Senate amid sexual harassment allegations

Sen. Al Franken to resign from Senate amid sexual harassment allegations | 07 Dec 2017 | Minnesota Sen. Al Franken will resign from the United States Senate he said on Thursday, an announcement he made a day after a number of his Democratic colleagues called for him to step down amid mounting allegations that he sexually harassed women. "Today I am announcing that in the coming weeks, I will be resigning as a member of the United States Senate," said Franken, adding, "It's become clear that I can't both pursue the ethics committee process and at the same time remain an effective senator for [the people of Minnesota]." Though he apologized, acknowledged some wrongdoing and called for an ethics investigation to be initiated, Franken resisted early calls for his resignation, even after additional accusations of misconduct surfaced.

Trump calls on Saudis to lift Yemen blockade 'immediately'

Trump calls on Saudis to lift Yemen blockade 'immediately' | 06 Dec 2017 | President Trump on Wednesday said he's directed his administration to push Saudi Arabia to completely lift its blockade on war-torn Yemen. "I have directed officials in my administration to call the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to request that they completely allow food, fuel, water and medicine to reach the Yemeni people who desperately need it," Trump said in a brief statement Wednesday. "This must be done for humanitarian reasons immediately."

Russian Olympic Committee banned from 2018 Winter Games, athletes allowed to compete as neutrals

Russian Olympic Committee banned from 2018 Winter Games, athletes allowed to compete as neutrals | 05 Dec 2017 | The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has suspended the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) from 2018 Olympics, ruling that "clean" Russian athletes can only compete under a neutral flag in South Korea in February. The decision came after 14-person panel was presented with the results of two separate investigations of alleged Russian doping - one concerning individual athletes, the other institutional violations. The executive board ruled that no officials from Russia's sport ministry will be allowed accreditation for the Winter Games in PyeongChang.

House passes bill requiring states recognize concealed gun permits

House passes bill requiring states recognize concealed gun permits | 06 Dec 2017 | The US House of Representatives passed the Conceal Carry Reciprocity bill on Wednesday, bringing America one step closer to effectively allowing all Americans to secretly carry firearms in all 50 states. The bill, which the National Rifle Association has called its "highest legislative priority in Congress," would amend the federal criminal code to allow the concealed transport of handguns across state lines, so long as both states allow concealed carry. This federal law would supersede any state statutes on concealed firearms.

Former NSA spy believes he contracted Parkinson's from a microwave attack

Former NSA spy believes he contracted Parkinson's from a microwave attack | 06 Dec 2017 | A former US National Security Agency officer believes that a weaponized microwave attack caused the Parkinson's disease that is now slowly killing him 10 years later. Mike Beck was diagnosed with the degenerative neurological disorder in 2006, when he was only 46. Little research has been conducted on the relationship between Parkinson's and forms of radiation like microwaves, but experts say that they can't be ruled out as contributing factors.

A Democratic Chorus Rises in the Senate: 'Franken Should Resign'

A Democratic Chorus Rises in the Senate: 'Franken Should Resign' | 06 Dec 2017 | Support for Al Franken all but collapsed on Wednesday among his Democratic colleagues in the Senate, with dozens calling for him to resign after a sixth woman said he had made an improper advance on her. "Senator Franken should resign," Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the Democratic leader, said Wednesday evening, the latest in an avalanche of statements that began with a half-dozen Democratic women and then snowballed throughout the day. Mr. Franken, Democrat of Minnesota, has scheduled an announcement on his future in the Senate for Thursday, and he pushed back on a Minnesota Public Radio report that he would be resigning. "No final decision has been made and the Senator is still talking with his family," his office said on Twitter.

'Yes, I will': Vladimir Putin announces run for re-election in 2018

'Yes, I will': Vladimir Putin announces run for re-election in 2018 | 06 Dec 2017 | Vladimir Putin has confirmed that he will seek another term in office in next year’s presidential election. "Yes, I will run as a candidate for the Russian presidency," Putin said. He was meeting with workers at the country's historic manufacturer, GAZ (Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod), in Russia's Nizhny Novgorod on Wednesday. "Our country is its people, people like you," the Russian leader said, addressing workers and veterans of the plant.

Rep. John Conyers, most senior member of House, resigns amid accusations of sexual harassment

Rep. John Conyers, most senior member of House, resigns amid accusations of sexual harassment | 05 Dec 2017 | Rep. John Conyers Jr. of Michigan, the longest-serving member of the House of Representatives, resigned Tuesday after his support among fellow Democrats collapsed amid accusations of sexual harassment by several female employees. Conyers endorsed his son, John Conyers III, in a radio interview...Conyers's replacement will be chosen in a special election. Conyers has continued to deny any wrongdoing, although on Nov. 26, he agreed to step down as the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee in what served as the first acknowledgment of his vulnerability.

'Out-of-control' Southern California fire explodes as growing blazes force 27,000 to flee

'Out-of-control' Southern California fire explodes as growing blazes force 27,000 to flee | 05 Dec 2017 | Ferocious fires tore through Southern California on Tuesday, burning massive stretches of land in a matter of hours and forcing tens of thousands of people from their homes. As firefighters in Ventura County grappled with an explosive blaze northwest of downtown Los Angeles, others across the region confronted additional fires that burned during the day and forced more evacuations. Authorities issued ominous warnings of more dangers to come during a "multiday event" across the area, as weather forecasters said the region faces "extreme fire danger" through at least Thursday due to intense Santa Ana winds and low humidity that could cause the fires to grow rapidly.

Another Mueller deputy caught sending anti-Trump message: Top prosecutor told Obama holdover who refused to defend travel ban that 'I am so proud'

Another Mueller deputy caught sending anti-Trump message: Top prosecutor told Obama holdover who refused to defend travel ban that 'I am so proud' | 05 Dec 2017 | A top prosecutor working with special counsel Robert Mueller praised former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates at a moment in late January when she was at loggerheads with newly minted president Donald Trump. Andrew Weissman emailed Yates ten days into the Trump administration after she refused to enforce or defend an executive order banning incoming travelers to the U.S. from seven terror-prone countries. 'I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects,' Weissman wrote to her. The message, sent January 30 to Yates's government email account, was one of hundreds of pages of documents newly obtained by Judicial Watch, a right-leaning advocacy group.

Plot to blow up Theresa May is foiled: Suicide bombers armed with knives planned to murder the Prime Minister in Downing Street, claims MI5

Plot to blow up Theresa May is foiled: Suicide bombers armed with knives planned to murder the Prime Minister in Downing Street, claims MI5 | 06 Dec 2017 | The security services believe they have stopped an Islamist suicide bomb plot to assassinate the Prime Minister. Two men are suspected of conspiring to attack Downing Street armed with an improvised bomb, suicide vest and knives. Investigators suspect the pair wanted to detonate a bomb disguised as a bag. They would then attempt to kill Theresa May armed with a suicide vest, pepper spray and knife in the chaotic aftermath. Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, and Mohammed Aqib Imran, 21, will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Wednesday charged with planning terror attacks.

 

Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, forge ahead with moving US Embassy

Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, forge ahead with moving US Embassy | 05 Dec 2017 | President Trump on Wednesday will order the State Department to begin moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, senior administration officials said, a move that fulfills a campaign promise made to religious conservatives but one that could inflame tensions across the Middle East. The U.S. would be the first country to move its embassy to Jerusalem, which is claimed by both Israelis and Palestinians. Other countries who have diplomatic relations with Israel keep their embassies in Tel Aviv. But the embassy move would not be immediate and could take at least three or four years.

Authorities file new charges against undocumented immigrant acquitted in Steinle case - report

Authorities file new charges against undocumented immigrant acquitted in Steinle case - report | 05 Dec 2017 | Federal officials have filed new charges against the undocumented immigrant recently acquitted in the murder of Katie Steinle, the Associated Press reported Tuesday. Officials filed new immigration and gun charges against Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, just days after he was acquitted of murder and manslaughter in the Steinle case. Zarate had been charged in Steinle's killing after she was fatally wounded in 2015 while walking on the San Francisco waterfront. Zarate is an undocumented immigrant and was deported five times ahead of the 2015 shooting.

US bombers to fly over Korean peninsula - report

US bombers to fly over Korean peninsula - report | 05 Dec 2017 | The U.S. Air Force will send a number of B-1B Lancer bombers to South Korea on Wednesday to take part in a week-long joint military exercise following Pyongyang's latest missile test, according to Yonhap News Agency. An unspecified number of the long-range bombers will join more than 230 aircraft taking part in the two countries' largest-ever joint exercise, called "Vigilant Ace," a defense source told the South Korean news agency. The move comes shortly after North Korea launched its first missile test in two months.

Terrorist plot to assassinate British PM foiled

Terrorist plot to assassinate British PM foiled | 05 Dec 2017 | British intelligence have reportedly foiled a plot by Islamic extremists to assassinate Prime Minister Theresa May. The disrupted plot against May included an explosive device that terrorists planned to detonate in front of May's residence on Downing Street, according to Sky News. "It is in essence an extreme Islamist suicide plot against Downing Street," Sky correspondent Martin Brunt said.

US citizens claim to have had symptoms similar to diplomats attacked in Cuba

US citizens claim to have had symptoms similar to diplomats attacked in Cuba | 06 Oct 2017 | The State Department says it has received "a handful of reports" from American citizens who say they've experienced symptoms similar to those in attacks of US government workers in Havana. But the US isn't vouching for those reports. [Of course not.] The United States last week issued a travel warning that urges American travelers to stay away from Cuba. A State Department official says in the days following the travel warning, some citizens reported having similar symptoms after traveling to Cuba. [Sounds like the dry run of a new Pentagon weapon, just like the microwave experiments aka 'California wildfires.' Remember the 'wildfires' that destroyed entire homes in minutes but left the leaves on the trees and plastic swing-sets untouched? See: From 2011: Agenda 21 Plans to Burn Up Northern California.]

Deep State's Google to appoint staff of 10,000 to weed out 'extremist' content on YouTube

Deep State's Google to appoint staff of 10,000 to weed out 'extremist' content on YouTube | 04 Dec 2017 | Google plans to increase to 10,000 the number of its staffers tasked with tracking down 'extremist' content on YouTube. "We will continue the growth of our teams, with the goal of bringing the total number of people across Google working to address content that might violate our policies to over 10,000 in 2018," YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told Britain's Daily Telegraph in an interview. Wojcicki said that "bad actors" had used the video-sharing site to "mislead, manipulate, harass or even harm" actually educate others.

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