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US-led coalition used banned white phosphorus on civilians in Syria - Damascus to UN

US-led coalition used banned white phosphorus on civilians in Syria - Damascus to UN | 06 Aug 2017 | The Syrian foreign ministry has, in correspondence to the United Nations, accused the US-led coalition of new atrocities against its civilians. It includes an attack on hospital in Raqqa and the use of "internationally banned white phosphorus munitions" against the Syrian people. Renewing its calls to "immediately dissolve" the coalition which Damascus considers illegitimate, the ministry wrote two letters; one addressed to the UN Secretary General and the other to the Chairman of the UN Security Council, Syria's state news agency SANA reported Sunday. Citing the ministry statement, the report said the military alliance led by Washington had bombed residential neighborhoods and civilian houses, as well as destroying a national hospital in Raqqa...

Civil War If Trump Taken Down, Says Radio Host

Civil War If Trump Taken Down, Says Radio Host | 05 Aug 2017 | Millions of Americans will revolt if the globalists remove President Trump from office or render him powerless, radio host Michael Savage warned. Americans could even "resort to mob violence" because they'll have nothing to lose once they "are finally aware of the fact that they've been tricked by their society, and that no matter how hard they work as middle-class people" they have nothing to gain, the "Savage Nation" host said Friday. "That is what's going to happen in this country," he pointed out.

California governor endorses potential 'sanctuary cities' lawsuit against Trump

California governor endorses potential 'sanctuary cities' lawsuit against Trump | 05 Aug 2017 | California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) has endorsed the idea of his state suing the Trump administration over its threat to strip federal funding from cities that refuse to comply with federal immigration authorities...Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced last month that state and local governments seeking the grant funding must certify they are not so-called "sanctuary cities," which do not assist federal authorities in enforcing immigration laws. Chicago Mayor [Deep State Dirt-bag] Rahm Emanuel (D) said his city plans to file a lawsuit Monday against the Trump administration, claiming it is illegal for the federal government to withhold public safety grant money from the cities.

U.S. military searches for three Marines in sea after aircraft crashes off Australia

U.S. military searches for three Marines in sea after aircraft crashes off Australia | 05 Aug 2017 | Rescue teams were searching for three U.S. Marines missing after their aircraft crashed into the sea off Australia's east coast on Saturday, the U.S. Marine Corps said. Twenty-three other personnel aboard the MV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft had been rescued, the III Marine Expeditionary Force, based in Okinawa, Japan, said in a statement. In past years, Ospreys have been involved in incidents resulting in deaths or injuries.

Famous Holistic Naturopath/Vaccine Critic Dies Suddenly

The holistic doctor body count, surpassing 60, climbs still higher: Famous Holistic Naturopath/Vaccine Critic Dies Suddenly | 04 Aug 2017 | We are saddened to announce the sudden death of famous author and naturopath Ann Boroch. She was outspoken on many controversial topics, like the dangers of vaccines and an inspiration to all of us. Ann Boroch's Facebook page posted just two hours ago that she died suddenly, and her followers are in absolute shock, as are we.

Leak Investigations Triple Under Trump, Sessions Says

Leak Investigations Triple Under Trump, Sessions Says | 04 Aug 2017 | Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Friday that the Justice Department is pursuing about three times as many leak investigations as were open at the end of the Obama era, a significant devotion of resources to hunt down disclosures that have plagued the Trump administration. Mr. Sessions vowed that the Justice Department would not hesitate to bring criminal charges against people who had leaked classified information. He also announced that the F.B.I. had created a new counterintelligence unit to specialize in such cases. "I strongly agree with the president and condemn in the strongest terms the staggering number of leaks undermining the ability of our government to protect this country," he said.

Murder conviction in Blackwater case thrown out, other sentences overturned

Murder conviction in Blackwater case thrown out, other sentences overturned | 04 Aug 2017 | A U.S. appeals court on Friday threw out the first-degree murder conviction of a former Blackwater Worldwide security guard sentenced to life in prison in the killings of 14 unarmed Iraqi civilians in a Baghdad traffic circle in 2007. The court also ordered resentencings for three others convicted in the case. The September 2007 shootings fomented deep resentments about the accountability of American security forces during one of the bloodiest periods of the Iraq War.

Thousands of citizens rise up against mandatory vaccines in Italy

Thousands of citizens rise up against mandatory vaccines in Italy | 01 Aug 2017 | The people of Italy have been taking to the streets in their thousands to stand up against Italy's new mandatory vaccine laws. Thousands of angry citizens have been demonstrating against the vaccinations that have recently been made compulsory, yet the mainstream media in the West refuses to cover the protests. As forced vaccines laws are slowly brought in across the globe, the US corporate media is censoring the coverage over fears the resistance will spread.

Australians on terrorism charges accused of building bomb with help of Isis

Australians on terrorism charges accused of building bomb with help of Isis | 03 Aug 2017 | Two men have been charged with building a military-grade explosive device with the help of high-level Islamic State operatives in a foiled terrorist attack that police called "one of the most sophisticated plots attempted on Australian soil". Police will allege that components for an improvised explosive device (IED) were sent to Australia in air cargo from Turkey via Isis operatives in Syria. Two men, who remained in custody after facing court on Friday, then allegedly assembled the devices with instruction from "a senior Isis operative", according to the Australian federal police deputy commissioner Mike Phelan. Officers will also allege the men began construction on an "improvised chemical dispersion device" designed to release highly toxic hydrogen sulphide but it was not close to completion.

West Virginia Democratic governor switches to GOP

West Virginia Democratic governor switches to GOP | 03 Aug 2017 | West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced a party switch Thursday evening in a surprise appearance with President Donald Trump in Huntington, W.Va. "Today I will tell you, with lots of prayers and lots of thinking, I can't help you anymore being a Democrat governor," Justice said. "So tomorrow I will be changing my registration to Republican." Justice's flip is further confirmation of his state's sharp rightward turn, and reflects Trump’s widespread popularity in a state the president won by a landslide in 2016.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller Impanels Washington Grand Jury in Russia Probe

Special Counsel Robert Mueller Impanels Washington Grand Jury in Russia Probe --Expansion beyond Flynn grand jury is a sign the investigation in election meddling is ramping up | 03 Aug 2017 | Special Counsel Robert Mueller has impaneled a grand jury in Washington to investigate Russia's [alleged] interference in the 2016 elections, a sign that his inquiry is growing in intensity and entering a new phase, according to people familiar with the matter. The grand jury, which began its work in recent weeks, signals that Mr. Mueller's inquiry will likely continue for months. Mr. Mueller is investigating Russia's [alleged] efforts to influence the 2016 election and whether President Donald Trump's campaign or associates colluded with the Kremlin as part of that effort. Moscow has denied seeking to influence the election, and Mr. Trump has vigorously disputed allegations of collusion. The president has called Mr. Mueller's inquiry a "witch hunt."

Google and YouTube Ban Professor Who Refuses to Use Gender-Neutral Pronouns

Insane in the membrane: Google and YouTube Ban Professor Who Refuses to Use Gender-Neutral Pronouns | 01 Aug 2017 | A professor in Canada who refuses to use gender-neutral pronouns and criticizes social justice issues was banned from using his Google and YouTube accounts Tuesday, regaining access hours later with no detailed explanation provided. Professor Jordan B. Peterson of the University of Toronto disputed Google and YouTube's decision to lock him out of his accounts, according to correspondence obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation...The psychology professor has over 350,000 365,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, which he uses as a platform to post his lectures, interviews, and Q&As.

9/11 tribute flap: SMU changes policy saying displays can be 'triggering, harmful'

9/11 tribute flap: SMU changes policy saying displays can be 'triggering, harmful' | 03 Aug 2017 | Southern Methodist University is making students move an annual tribute to the victims of 9/11 because it might be "triggering" to other students. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott appealed Wednesday to Southern Methodist University to reverse a new policy decision that is forcing a change in location on campus for the annual 9/11 memorial display of nearly 3,000 American flags by a student group. The tribute of nearly 3,000 small flags...are traditionally displayed on SMU's Dallas Hall lawn, according to the campus chapter of Young Americans for Freedom, which sponsors the memorial. Then last month, SMU decided to prohibit displays on that prime site, saying the university "respects the right of all members of the community to avoid messages that are triggering, harmful, or harassing."

Lena Dunham takes it upon herself to report two flight attendants for 'transphobic talk' on Twitter

Lena Dunham takes it upon herself to report two flight attendants for 'transphobic talk' on Twitter | 03 Aug 2017 | Lena Dunham took matters into her own hands when she heard two flight attendants engaging in 'transphobic talk'. The 31-year-old actress was very active on social media Wednesday night as she reported the employees to American Airlines on Twitter. She even direct messaged the major airline and shared screenshots of the private conversation on her Instagram...Lena also wrote them: 'Awareness starts at home but jobs can set standards of practice.' [Lena, go on a diet; you'll find you have a less to complain about. You'll still be a hideous fraud, but in this age of 'identity politics above all,' you'll still find employment with your non-stop virtue signalling.]

'Full-fledged economic war': Medvedev slams Trump's 'humiliating' cave-in on Russia sanctions

'Full-fledged economic war': Medvedev slams Trump's 'humiliating' cave-in on Russia sanctions | 03 Aug 2017 | The US establishment has fully outwitted Donald Trump and used his administration’s weakness to declare a fully-fledged economic war on Russia, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said, adding, that the move leaves no doubt that bilateral ties will never improve. On Wednesday, Donald Trump signed into law a bill imposing new sanctions on Russia, which Medvedev says has put an end to "hopes for improving our relations with the new US administration. It is a declaration of a full-fledged economic war on Russia," he wrote in a lengthy strong-worded Facebook post in both English and Russian. "Unless a miracle happens," the law will affect US-Russian relations for decades, Medvedev wrote.

Dow Jones roars past 22,000 for first time

Dow Jones roars past 22,000 for first time | 02 Aug 2017 | The Dow Jones industrial average on Wednesday roared above 22,000 for the first time in history...One of the longest bull markets in history continues, courtesy of robust profits, low interest rates and rare global alignment of developed economies all in good health at the same time. Those gains come while Europe and the U.S. economies continue to grow at 2 percent, which many believe is too low to lift living standards.

CSX freight train derails, sparks fire in Pennsylvania; residents flee

CSX freight train derails, sparks fire in Pennsylvania; residents flee | 02 Aug 2017 | A CSX Corp freight train carrying flammable materials derailed as it moved through a southern Pennsylvania town on Wednesday, striking a residential garage that caught fire, forcing more than 100 residents from their homes, authorities said. No injuries were reported after the crash in Hyndman, about 100 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, but CSX warned customers service disruptions would last for a week over a nearly 80-mile stretch between Connellsville, Pennsylvania, and Cumberland, Maryland.

Trump backs plan that would curb legal immigration to 'protect American workers'

Trump backs plan that would curb legal immigration to 'protect American workers' | 02 Aug 2017 | President Donald Trump threw his support Wednesday behind legislation that looks to curb the level of legal immigration into the United States by proposing a skills-based immigration system. Trump backed the effort from Republican Sens. David Perdue and Tom Cotton in a speech at the White House...Top White House aides have been working with Perdue and Cotton on the bill that -- if passed -- would dramatically remake the current immigration system, which allows a number of ways to bring family members to the US along with job-based visas. Trump cast the proposal as a way to protect American workers by reducing unskilled immigration and creating a merit-based system that grades possible immigrants based on their ability to work in the United States.

Pentagon: Two U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan

Pentagon: Two U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan | 02 Aug 2017 | The Pentagon says two U.S. service members were killed in action in Afghanistan Monday after their convoy came under attack. According to a Pentagon spokesman the convoy was on a routine mission in Kandahar when the attack occurred. The Taliban have claimed responsibility.

Text of signing statement Trump issued alongside the Russian sanctions bill

Text of signing statement Trump issued alongside the Russian sanctions bill | 02 Aug 2017 | This is the statement the White House issued as President Donald Trump signed the Russia sanctions bill. "Today, I have signed into law H.R. 3364, the 'Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act...' In its haste to pass this legislation, the Congress included a number of clearly unconstitutional provisions..."

Trump says Russia sanctions bill he signed 'significantly flawed'

Trump says Russia sanctions bill he signed 'significantly flawed' | 02 Aug 2017 | President Donald Trump called a Russia sanctions bill he signed on Wednesday "significantly flawed," and said that it included "unconstitutional provisions." Among those provisions were what Trump called displacing presidential authority to recognize foreign governments. The bill slaps new sanctions on Russia and also restricts Trump's ability to ease sanctions on Moscow.

Women's studies scholar [sic] says of Trump: 'I wish someone would just shoot him outright'

Women's studies scholar [sic] says of Trump: 'I wish someone would just shoot him outright' | 31 July 2017 | A gender, sexuality and women's studies 'scholar' recently called President Donald Trump a "joke" and wished "someone would just shoot him outright" in a tweet. "Trump is a f*cking joke. This is all a sham. I wish someone would just shoot him outright," tweeted educator Kevin Allred from his personal account Friday night. Earlier that day, Allred also tweeted the infamous picture of comedian Kathy Griffin holding a decapitated model of Trump’s bloody head under the word "mood." Allred, who has a history of controversial tweets, was listed as an adjunct instructor in the Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies program at Montclair State University as recently as July 29, according to a screenshot of the university's website.

NSA unlawfully surveilled Kim Dotcom in New Zealand - report

NSA unlawfully surveilled Kim Dotcom in New Zealand - report | 01 Aug 2017 | The National Security Agency (NSA) illegally used technology to spy on Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, according to new documents from New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB). The New Zealand Herald first reported that the GCSB told the nation's high court that it ceased all surveillance of Dotcom in early 2012, but that "limited" amounts of communications from Dotcom were later intercepted by its technology without the bureau's knowledge. Dotcom was surveilled by the NSA and the GCSB in a joint intelligence operation named Operation Debut. According to the Herald, that surveillance was scheduled to end in January 2012, but the United States continued to use New Zealand's technology.

Sydney counter-terrorism arrests: Intelligence operatives say alleged plot was 'as close to a major terror attack as we have ever come'

Sydney counter-terrorism arrests: Intelligence operatives say alleged plot was 'as close to a major terror attack as we have ever come' | 01 Aug 2017 | Australia came close to a major terror attack after an international flight was earmarked by suicide bombers before the alleged Sydney terror cell changed plans at the last minute, The Daily Telegraph can reveal. "It was as close to a major terror attack as we have ever come," a senior source said. He said the alleged plan to bring down a plane with up to 500 passengers was close to being carried out...The Daily Telegraph revealed today the Etihad flight was the target of an alleged plot to put gas substances in a common kitchen meat mincer, which may have exploded on board or gassed the hundreds of passengers.

Justice Dept. to Take On Affirmative Action in College Admissions

Justice Dept. to Take On Affirmative Action in College Admissions | 01 Aug 2017 | The Trump administration is preparing to redirect resources of the Justice Department's civil rights division toward investigating and suing universities over affirmative action admissions policies deemed to discriminate against white applicants, according to a document obtained by The New York Times. The document, an internal announcement to the civil rights division, seeks current lawyers interested in working for a new project on "investigations and possible litigation related to intentional race-based discrimination in college and university admissions."

GOP lawmaker: Trump should cancel health insurance subsidies for Congress

GOP lawmaker: Trump should cancel health insurance subsidies for Congress | 01 Aug 2017 | One House Republican thinks President Trump should follow through on his threat to cancel some of lawmakers' health benefits if Congress doesn't send a healthcare bill to his desk. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) said Tuesday that eliminating what amounts to an employer contribution to pay for health insurance used by lawmakers and their staff would help serve as a motivation to fulfill the GOP's campaign pledge to repeal the 2010 law. Under a Republican amendment to the Affordable Care Act, members of Congress must obtain insurance through the law's exchanges...The Obama administration developed a rule allowing lawmakers and staff to receive a government subsidy to buy insurance on the D.C. exchange, in an effort to resemble a typical employer contribution.

GOP House member calls on Mueller to resign

GOP House member calls on Mueller to resign | 01 Aug 2017 | Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) is calling on Robert Mueller, special counsel for the Justice Department's Russia investigation, to resign. Franks, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, claims Mueller is violating a law governing the special counsel that prohibits him from serving if he has a "conflict of interest," which includes "a personal relationship with any person substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution." Franks cited a Fox News report from May that cast Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey as "longtime allies."

Wray confirmed by Senate to lead FBI after Comey firing

Wray confirmed by Senate to lead FBI after Comey firing | 01 Aug 2017 | The U.S. Senate on Tuesday confirmed former Justice Department lawyer Christopher Wray as FBI chief, nearly three months after the agency's previous director, James Comey, was fired by President Donald Trump. Wray, who was confirmed by vote of 92-5, will take charge of the country's top domestic law enforcement agency...Wray vowed in his confirmation hearing last month to remain independent and not be swayed by politics or pressure from the president.

It took DEF CON hackers minutes to pwn these US voting machines

It took DEF CON hackers minutes to pwn these US voting machines --The machines – from Diebolds to Sequoia and Winvote equipment...an analysis of them at the DEF CON Voting Village revealed a sorry state of affairs. | 29 July 2017 After the debacle of the 2000 presidential election count coup, the US invested heavily in electronic voting systems - but not, it seems, the security to protect them. This year at the DEF CON hacking conference in Las Vegas, 30 computer-powered ballot boxes used in American elections were set up in a simulated national White House race -- and hackers got to work physically breaking the gear open to find out what was hidden inside. In less than 90 minutes, the first cracks in the systems' defenses started appearing, revealing an embarrassing low level of security. Then one was hacked wirelessly.

Moscow denies banning US diplomats from their compound ahead of deadline

Moscow denies banning US diplomats from their compound ahead of deadline | 01 Aug 2017 | Russia has not barred US diplomatic staff from retrieving their belongings from the suburban residence at Serebryany Bor on the outskirts of Moscow, a foreign ministry source said, refuting claims that access to the recreational compound had been denied ahead of the deadline to vacate the premises...On Friday, following approval by the US Congress of new sanctions against Moscow, the Russian foreign ministry told Washington to reduce the number of its diplomatic and technical staff in Russia to 455 people by September 1.

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