Archive for September, 2018

A CIA lucky break? How the death of the ‘Smiling Pope’ helped Washington win the Cold War

The year 1978, as I argued in a previous op-ed, was the year today’s world was made. There was nothing inevitable about the ascendancy of Reagan and Thatcher, the rise of groups like Al-Qaeda and IS, and the downfall of the Soviet Union. The neoliberal, neoconservative world order and its associated violence came about because […]

Israeli forces kill 7 Palestinians (including 2 teens & 12 year old), injure 509, in Gaza

A Palestinian in a wheelchair uses a sling to hurl stones in the direction of Israeli troops during a protest at the Israel-Gaza fence east of Gaza City (Reuters) UPDATE: WAFA reports that Israeli forces killed 7 Palestinians on Friday: RAFAH, September 29, 2018 (WAFA) – Seven Palestinians, including two children, shot dead by Israeli […]

Dress Rehearsal for Impeachment By Patrick J. Buchanan

    Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court was approved on an 11-10 party-line vote Friday in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Yet his confirmation is not assured. Sen. Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, has demanded and gotten as the price of his vote on the floor, a weeklong delay. And the GOP Senate […]

The lynching of Kavanaugh is a dress rehearsal for the Impeachment planned for Trump

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Iranian Ambassador to the UN Gholamali Khoshroo–‘Netanyahu driven by liar DNA’

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Parents Are Withdrawing Kids From School Until Nearby Cell Tower Is Removed

September 29, 2018 By B.N. Frank These UK families have the right idea.  They also aren’t the first to protest cell towers on school property: Parents, activists fight construction of cell phone towers at Prince George’s County schools (MD) Parents Object to Cell Phone Towers Near Schools (Chicago) Parents Fight Plans for Cell Tower at […]

The 10 States with the Best Tax Systems (and the 10 Worst)

September 29, 2018 By Daniel J. Mitchell Yesterday, I wrote about the newest edition of Economic Freedom of the World, which is my favorite annual publication. Not far behind is the Tax Foundation’s State Business Tax Climate Index, which is sort of the domestic version of their equally fascinating (to a wonk) International Tax Competitiveness Index. Tax Rates Matter And what can […]

CIBC, A Huge Canadian Bank, Was Offline All Day, Proving Again The Dangers of a Cashless Society

By Daisy Luther Yesterday, CIBC reported a “systems issue” that prevented customers from logging in to their accounts online for the entire business day. CIBC, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, is one of the five biggest banks in Canada. Yesterday just happened to be the day that people receiving welfare, unemployment benefits, social insurance […]

Is Shielding From Electromagnetic Frequencies And 5G Necessary?

By Catherine J. Frompovich Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMFs) What are they?, you may be asking.   EMFs are the very frequencies that make modern life possible such as electric house wiring, any electrical mechanism, appliance or microwave-run device.  All electrical functions produce EMF fields or non-ionizing radiation as two frequencies: Electric and Magnetic.  Each frequency produces negative […]

Senate Confirmation Hearing “Circus Blasey-Ford & Kavanaugh” Performances Parsed, Plus More From Judicial Watch

By Catherine J. Frompovich During the Roman Empire, which “began when Augustus Caesar (27 BCE-14 CE) became the first emperor of Rome and ended, in the west, when the last Roman emperor, Romulus Augustulus, was deposed by the Germanic King Odoacer (476 CE),” [1] one of the main entertainment venues was Circus Maximus, something often known for gross entertainment. Fast […]

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