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Rand Paul rails against 'bad apples' Comey, Clapper, Brennan

Rand Paul rails against 'bad apples' Comey, Clapper, Brennan | 24 July 2018 | Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Tuesday railed against former top intelligence officials who have been critical of the Trump administration during an event for mostly high-school-age conservatives. "We've got some bad apples that need to be dismissed from the swamp of Washington, sent on their way," Paul said during a dinner hosted by Turning Point USA's High School Leadership Summit. "I'm thinking maybe, how about John Brennan, No. 1. Does anybody in their right mind think that John Brennan, who said that the president is treasonous, should have a security clearance?" the senator added, referring to the former CIA director under President Obama.

Saudis force landing of Red Cross plane intercepted over Yemen

Saudis force landing of Red Cross plane intercepted over Yemen | 24 July 2018 | A Red Cross airplane flying over Yemen was forced to land in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi-led coalition said, accusing the aircraft of altering its course to fly over an area of military operations. Four passengers were on board the plane, which took off from Yemen's capital Sanaa on Tuesday and headed south to Djibouti, a small African nation across the Aden Gulf from Yemen. It was forced to fly north instead and land in the Saudi city of Jizan, following Saudi-led coalition interceptors.

Denver Post Runs Letter to Editor Suggesting Trump Should Be Executed

Denver Post Runs Letter to Editor Suggesting Trump Should Be Executed | 23 July 2018 | The Denver Post published a letter to the editor suggesting President Donald Trump should be executed for treason. The letter criticized the president and Sen. Cory Gardner (R., Colo.) following Trump's summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, and said Soviet spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who passed atomic bomb secrets to Moscow, were executed for "far less." The letter, written by Suzanne Gagnon of Lakewood, was in response to the paper's editorial last week, which gave tepid praise of Gardner.

Greece wildfires kill over 70, including 26 huddled near beach outside of Athens

Greece wildfires kill over 70, including 26 huddled near beach outside of Athens | 24 July 2018 | A firestorm that swept through a seaside resort town near the Greek capital killed at least 70 people, including families with children found clasped in a last embrace near a beach as they tried to flee the flames, officials said. The two largest wildfires -- one 20 miles northeast of Athens near Rafina, the other 30 miles west of the capital in Kineta -- broke out Monday during hot, dry summer conditions. Fanned by gale-force winds that frequently changed direction, the flames spread rapidly into populated seaside towns -- too fast for many who were in their cars or homes to flee, fire department spokeswoman Stavroula Malliri said. The Greek fire brigade said the death toll has risen to 74 as of Tuesday.

Trader Joe's employee, who died in hostage situation, killed by LAPD gunfire, chief says

Trader Joe's employee, who died in hostage situation, killed by LAPD gunfire, chief says | 24 July 2018 | A bullet fired by the LAPD killed the Trader Joe's employee who died during a hostage situation during the weekend, Chief Michael Moore said Tuesday at a news conference. Ballistics tests show that a Los Angeles police officer fired the shot that struck and killed Melyda Corado, 27, during a shootout with an alleged hostage-taker at the Silver Lake supermarket Saturday, Moore said. Gene Evin Atkins, 28, was arrested on suspicion of murder after Corado died during the more than two-hour hostage situation before Moore revealed it was officer gunfire that killed Corado.

Trump hits highest job approval in latest quarter - Gallup

Trump hits highest job approval in latest quarter - Gallup | 24 July 2018 | President Trump hit his highest average approval rating in his sixth quarter in office, reaching a personal best of 41.9 percent between April and July, according to Gallup polling. In each week between April 20 and July 19, Trump's approval came in at at least 40 percent, according to Gallup and his approval rating peaked at 45 percent during the week of his June 12 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore...The Gallup average follows the release of a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll on Sunday, showing Trump's latest approval number rising to 45 percent.

Israeli military fires 2 interceptor missiles at Syrian Sukhoi warplane

Israeli military fires 2 interceptor missiles at Syrian Sukhoi warplane | 24 July 2018 | Israel has fired interceptor missiles at a Syrian Sukhoi warplane, the IDF said in a statement, adding that the aircraft had penetrated Israeli-controlled airspace. "Two Patriot missiles were launched at a Sukhoi fighter plane. The plane was under [Israeli] surveillance, it penetrated about two kilometers into Israeli territory and was intercepted," the Israel Defense Forces wrote on Twitter.

Trump looking into revoking security clearances for Brennan, other top Obama official

Trump looking into revoking security clearances for Brennan, other top Obama officials | 23 July 2018 | President Trump is looking into revoking the security clearances of several top Obama-era intelligence and law enforcement officials, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Monday, accusing them of having "politicized" or "monetized" their public service. She made the announcement at Monday's press briefing, after Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., called on the president to specifically revoke Trump critic and former CIA Director John Brennan's clearance. In an interview with Fox News' "The Story" Monday night, Paul said that Brennan "should not get anywhere within 10,000 yards of the government. He should have a restraining order."

Rand Paul asks Trump to revoke Brennan security clearance

Rand Paul asks Trump to revoke Brennan security clearance | 23 July 2018 | Senator Rand Paul tweeted Monday that he asked President Donald Trump to revoke the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, who criticized Trump's performance last week at the Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Paul wrote Monday morning that he would meet with Trump to discuss allegations that Brennan is "monetizing his security clearance" and "making millions of dollars divulging secrets to mainstream media." The Kentucky Republican added that he would ask Trump to revoke Brennan's clearance. Paul tweeted again Monday afternoon following his meeting with Trump, writing that he "restated to (Trump) what I have said in public," and reiterating his earlier statements, while expanding them to include "other partisans." [It's about time!]

Fukushima's nuclear signature found in California wine

Fukushima's nuclear signature found in California wine --The Japanese nuclear disaster bathed north America in a radioactive cloud. Now pharmacologists have found the telltale signature in California wine made at the time. | 19 July 2018 | The meltdown[s] at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan...released a radioactive cloud that bathed North America in fissile by-products. Is it possible to see the effects of the Fukushima nuclear disaster [which began in 2011] in California wines produced at the time? Today we get an answer, thanks to a study carried out by Hubert and a couple of colleagues. "In January 2017, we came across a series of Californian wines (Cabernet Sauvignon) from vintage 2009 to 2012," say Hubert and company. Hubert and his colleagues found measurable amounts of cesium-137 above background levels in the wine produced after 2011. "It seems there is an increase in activity in 2011 by a factor of two," conclude the team.

Toronto shooting suspect identified as Faisal Hussain, 29

Toronto shooting suspect identified as Faisal Hussain, 29 | 23 July 2018 | Canadian officials have identified the suspect in Sunday's deadly shooting in Toronto as Faisal Hussain, 29. The Ontario Special Investigations Unit (SIU) said it was releasing his name due "to the exceptional circumstances of this tragic incident". A 10-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman died after a gunman opened fire on a busy avenue in Canada's largest city. Thirteen others were injured in the rampage in Canada's largest city.

Air Force fighter jet intercepts small plane near Trump's New Jersey golf course 'without proper clearance'

Air Force fighter jet intercepts small plane near Trump's New Jersey golf course 'without proper clearance' --The US military said an F-16 jet intercepted a plane around 12.30 pm on Saturday | 22 July 2018 | A US Air Force fighter jet intercepted a small general aviation aircraft flying near President Donald Trump's private golf club. The US military announced that an F-16 jet intercepted a plane around 12.30 pm on Saturday. It was flying 'without proper clearances or communications' in the temporary flight restriction zone around the president's Bedminster golf course in New Jersey, where he is spending the weekend.

Trump claims his campaign was illegally 'spied upon' and welcomes release of top secret documents on former aide Carter Page which 'show the DOJ and FBI misled courts'

Trump claims his campaign was illegally 'spied upon' and welcomes release of top secret documents on former aide Carter Page which 'show the DOJ and FBI misled courts' | 22 July 2018 | President Trump has said it looks more and more like his campaign for the 2016 presidential election had been 'illegally spied upon'. Trump issued the tweet early Sunday morning after saying documents about his former presidential campaign adviser Carter Page confirmed with little doubt that the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation had misled the courts. The FBI released documents on Saturday related to the surveillance of Page as part of an investigation into whether he conspired with the Russian government to undermine the election. Page has denied being an agent of the Russian government and has not been charged with any crime.

Prominent holistic doctor's body found floating in Bay Area

Prominent holistic doctor's body found floating in Bay Area | 18 July 2018 | Dr. Cheung is the latest holistic doctor to be found dead in our "unintended series." We are at 93 in just three short years. Over the weekend, on or about June 16th, holistic chiropractor, 38-year-old Dr. Chris Cheung of Walnut Creek, died after his outrigger canoe allegedly overturned in the Berkeley Marina. Cheung was reportedly paddling alone. His body was found floating in the water Saturday afternoon. The manner of death has not yet been determined by a coroner. So many of his friends and teammates are in shock, as Cheung was not only a member of the Dragon Max dragon boat team but because he died in the same location where they practiced nearly every day.

Orwellian purge of natural health Facebook pages began as Bayer and Monsanto merged

Orwellian purge of natural health Facebook pages began as Bayer and Monsanto merged | 16 July 2018 | On July 13, 2018, Activist Post reported that Facebook had recently "purged" the pages of more than 80 different independent media outlets and other groups, groups which had more than 40 million Facebook followers combined. And while some claim that this purge is in response to calls for Facebook to further police what some call "fake news," as the Activist Post story points out, a huge percentage of pages being purged were alternative health pages, pages to websites and groups that...were geared towards helping Americans survive health problems without the poisons created in labs by "big pharma." And with this purge of popular alternative health Facebook pages coming at the same time as a still expanding list of mysteriously dead holistic doctors and other natural health care practitioners, we find that it's probably not just a coincidence that this purge of alternative health web pages from Facebook began in June 2018, the same month that the merger made in hell between Bayer and Monsanto was completed.

Ecuador Will Imminently Withdraw Asylum for Julian Assange and Hand Him Over to the UK

Ecuador Will Imminently Withdraw Asylum for Julian Assange and Hand Him Over to the UK | 21 July 2018 | Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno traveled to London on Friday for the ostensible purpose of speaking at the 2018 Global Disabilities Summit... The concealed, actual purpose of the president's trip is to meet with British officials to finalize an agreement under which Ecuador will withdraw its asylum protection of Julian Assange, in place since 2012, eject him from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, and then hand over the WikiLeaks founder to British authorities. A source close to the Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry and the president's office, unauthorized to speak publicly, has confirmed to the Intercept that Moreno is close to finalizing, if he has not already finalized, an agreement to hand over Assange to the UK within the next several weeks. The withdrawal of asylum and physical ejection of Assange could come as early as this week. Even under the best-case scenario, it appears highly likely that Assange will continue to be imprisoned by British authorities.

Israel helping move 800 White Helmets out of Syria via Jordan - report

Israel helping move 800 White Helmets out of Syria via Jordan - report [Good! Let the CIA-backed sociopaths carry out their false flag chemical attacks there, instead of in Syria!] | 22 July 2018 | Some 800 members of the controversial Western-backed White Helmets will be brought to Jordan through Israel to be reportedly resettled later in the UK, Canada, and Germany. The UN is overseeing the exodus. Hundreds of the self-described aid workers, who operate exclusively in rebel terrorist-held areas, have crossed into Israel from southwestern Syria overnight on Sunday, German newspaper Bild reported, citing its own correspondents in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. The White Helmets' passage has been facilitated by Israel, according to Bild, which reports they have been transferred through an Israeli military base.

Justice Dept releases surveillance applications for former Trump aide

Justice Dept releases surveillance applications for former Trump aide --The heavily redacted application materials - 412 pages - include an initial application and several applications to renew the surveillance | 21 July 2018 | The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Saturday released documents related to the surveillance warrants on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page as part of the federal investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia. The documents have been at the heart of a controversy over alleged bias at the FBI. Conservatives have sought to cast doubt on the information used as the basis for acquiring the warrants on Page and are eager to review details of the FISA warrants. Page himself has also reportedly called for the release of the FISA application that he calls "illegitimate."

Ecuador to hand over Assange to UK 'in coming weeks or days' - report

Ecuador to hand over Assange to UK 'in coming weeks or days' - report | 20 July 2018 | Ecuador is ready to hand over the WikiLeaks founder to the UK in "coming weeks or even days," RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan said citing her own sources, as prospects of his eviction from the embassy are back in the media. Simonyan's message comes, as speculations Ecuador is in talks with the UK over the future of Assange are back again in British press. Earlier this week, the Times reported Britain is locked in top-tier discussions with the Ecuadorians in a bid to remove Assange from their London embassy.

Southern Oregon wildfires bring evacuations as statewide emergency declared

Southern Oregon wildfires bring evacuations as statewide emergency declared | 19 July 2018 | The wildfires burning in southwest Oregon showed little signs of slowing Thursday morning, bringing declining air quality and evacuations. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown declared a statewide wildfire emergency to make Oregon National Guard (ONG) troops and resources available. Fire teams are battling more than 100 wildfires from Crater Lake to the South Coast. The weather doesn't appear to offer much relief, with temperatures remaining in the upper 90s and 100s across the southern half of the state.

Trump invites Putin to visit Washington, White House says

Trump invites Putin to visit Washington, White House says | 19 July 2018 | President Trump has asked his White House to extend an invitation to Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Washington later this year, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Thursday. “In Helsinki, @POTUS agreed to ongoing working level dialogue between the two security council staffs. President Trump asked @Ambjohnbolton to invite President Putin to Washington in the fall and those discussions are already underway," Sanders tweeted. Trump and Putin met in Helsinki, Finland on Monday. Earlier Thursday, Trump called the summit "a great success" and said he looked "forward to our second meeting."

Mueller indicts 12 Russians for allegedly hacking into DNC as Trump-Putin summit looms

Mueller indicts 12 Russians for allegedly hacking into DNC as Trump-Putin summit looms | 13 July 2018 | Special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 12 Russian military officials on Friday and accused them of hacking into two Democratic Party computer systems to sabotage the 2016 presidential election. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the indictment, filed in federal district court in Washington, just days before a scheduled Monday summit in Helsinki between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. U.S. intelligence agencies have assessed that Putin ordered a Russian effort to manipulate the 2016 election in Trump's favor.

U.S. jobless claims sink to 48-year low

U.S. jobless claims sink to 48-year low --Record job openings, growing labor shortage keep lid on layoffs | 19 July 2018 | The numbers: Initial jobless claims, a proxy for layoffs in the U.S., sank in mid-July to the lowest level since the end of 1969. New claims dropped by 8,000 to 207,000 in the seven days ended July 14. Economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast a 224,000 reading. The more stable monthly average of claims, meanwhile, slipped by 2,750 to 220,500, the government said Thursday.

White House Rejects Putin's Proposal to Let Russian Officers Interview Americans

White House Rejects Putin's Proposal to Let Russian Officers Interview Americans | 19 July 2018 | The White House said in a statement on Thursday that it rejected Vladimir Putin's proposal to allow Russia to question of US citizens involved in criminal cases...Putin said during a press conference with Trump in Helsinki that Russia would allow US investigators to take part in the questioning of 12 Russian citizens indicted by US Special Counsel Robert Mueller for conspiracy to meddle in the 2016 US presidential election if the United States allows Russia to question of US citizens involved in criminal cases. Russia has repeatedly denied allegations that it interfered in the 2016 vote, calling such claims absurd.

Trump administration introduces proposal to roll back Endangered Species Act protections

Trump administration introduces proposal to roll back Endangered Species Act protections | 19 July 2018 | The Trump administration is proposing significant changes to the way it enforces the Endangered Species Act that it says are a needed modernization of a decades-old regulations, but that wildlife groups say will put endangered animals and plants at risk. The proposal would make it easier to de-list an endangered species, and would withdraw a policy that offered the same protections for threatened species as for endangered species unless otherwise specified. It would streamline interagency consultations and make it more difficult to protect habitat near land where endangered species live.

James Comey: 'All who believe in this country’s values must vote for Democrats this fall'

James Comey: 'All who believe in this country’s values must vote for Democrats this fall' | 18 July 2018 | Ex-FBI director James Comey's message to Americans was clear: Vote for Democrats in the 2018 midterms. "This Republican Congress has proven incapable of fulfilling the Founders’ design that 'Ambition must ... counteract ambition.' All who believe in this country's values must vote for Democrats this fall," Comey tweeted Tuesday night. "Policy differences don't matter right now. History has its eyes on us." Comey's warning came amid ongoing [Deep State-engendered] controversy surrounding President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Pennsylvania Army depot explosion injures 4 people, 3 seriously, officials say

Pennsylvania Army depot explosion injures 4 people, 3 seriously, officials say | 19 July 2018 | Four people were injured Thursday in an explosion at a Pennsylvania Army depot housing missiles and ammunition -- and three of those hurt were airlifted in serious condition to hospitals in the Baltimore-area, officials said. Col. Steven Ledbetter, the commander at Letterkenny Army Depot, said a small explosion and fire occurred, injuring four people, around 7:20 a.m. in the paint area of Building 350...The cause and severity of the explosion wasn't immediately clear, however, some employees reported seeing two coworkers run out of a building "screaming and on fire, one with chemical burns," ABC27 reported.

Senate Democrats block resolution supporting ICE

Senate Democrats block resolution supporting ICE | 18 July 2018 | A GOP Senate resolution supporting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) -- and knocking progressives' call to "abolish" it -- was blocked by Democrats on Wednesday shortly after a similar measure was approved by the House...The move to block the Senate GOP resolution came as House Republicans passed their own resolution supporting ICE. The House measure was approved in a 244-35 vote, with 18 Democrats voting to back ICE and 34 voting against the resolution. The majority of Democrats in the chamber voted "present" at the urging of party leadership.

Embarrassing: Police Trace Source of Novichok to British Man, Not Russia

Embarrassing: Police Trace Source of Novichok to British Man, Not Russia | 18 July 2018 | In a huge embarrassment for the British government, police have identified a British man as the source of the novichok agent used to poison Russian spy Sergei Skirpal. According to Scotland Yard, a bottle of the deadly poison that was recovered from the home of Charlie Rowley – one of the latest victims of novichok poisoning. Sky News reports: Tests at Porton Down have confirmed that the substance in the bottle is novichok, Scotland Yard said. An investigation is now under way to establish whether it is from the same batch that poisoned Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury in March.

UMN policy would punish incorrect use of gender pronouns

UMN policy would punish incorrect use of gender pronouns | 16 July 2018 | The University of Minnesota is considering a new policy that would mandate the use of "preferred pronouns" under threat of expulsion or firing. According to the policy--currently titled "Equity and Access: Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Names and Pronouns"--members of the academic institution "are expected to use the names, gender identities, and pronouns specified to them by University members." The university explains that the document is needed to further support "transgender and gender nonconforming" individuals on campus...To accomplish these goals, the policy includes a lengthy list of punishments designed to discourage "discrimination" and "harassment" based on gender identity.

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