To protect free speech we must curtail it. All members of the EU should increase their use of psychological operations and propaganda. EU should coordinate with the US on cyber initiatives to develop a more comprehensive way to track, screen, and detain global travellers.
Top brass are cracking the whip on summons activity, barring many cops from taking vacation and sick days. Throughout the city, precincts are being ordered to hand up to borough commanders “activity sheets” indicating the number of arrests and summonses per shift.
Madame Rothschild, German aristocrat of Rothschild parentage: Muslims had nothing to do with carnage in Paris. Event organized in Brussels. Players paid 666,000 euros. SIX is number of years commandos carrying out operation not allowed to resurface. Israeli intelligence.
Private vaccine industry receives large cash payments from federal government to produce “life-saving” and “emergency” vaccines that the public is told are necessary to thwart certain disease crises; many of these vaccines are never manufactured, awarded special accounting privileges that claim these payments as revenue for stock price and profit purposes, even if those vaccines are never manufactured or delivered.
City of Charlestown intends to demolish the community in order to allow new commercial and residential real estate to be built in its place — privately-owned real estate. Contains hundreds of small homes built during World War II as military housing. The homes are privately-owned and contain working-class and poor families, many of which have owned their homes for decades.
Albuquerque police officer remains in critical condition after being shot by a fellow officer on Friday. The unnamed officer was shot while undercover during a drug operation to bust two men for $60 worth of meth. Another officer sustained minor injuries, but information on how has not been released.
Hacktivist group Anonymous has threatened to avenge the recent terrorist attacks in France by tracking and bringing down jihadist websites. The group’s YouTube message directly confronts Al-Qaeda and Islamic State on the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
The New York Post is reporting that the New York Police Department issued a written memo Tuesday warning all commands to be aware of many recent attempts by an unknown perpetrator, or perpetrators, to remove the lug nuts from the personal cars and patrol units of officers.
Midwestern farmers have so much grain this harvesting season there aren’t enough railcars to ship it all. Countries like China have refused over 887,000 tons of US GM corn and other GM crops.
The EPA has recently banned the production and sale of 80 percent of America’s current wood-burning stoves, the change will impose a maximum 12 microgram limit. Most wood stoves that warm cabin and home residents from coast-to-coast can’t meet that standard. Older stoves must be rendered inoperable, destroyed, or recycled as scrap metal.
People who don’t have a disability or claim any dependents must enroll in job training or work at least 20 hours per week if they want more than three months of food stamps.
United States Department of Defense announced restructuring of operations in Europe, closure of 15 American bases will be offered to host nations. Will save about $500 million per year, net decrease of about 2,000 US military and civilian personnel across the UK. 74,000 troops based in Europe.
In an appearance at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant in suburban Detroit Wednesday, President Barack Obama pointed to “sacrifices” White House demanded from auto workers during 2009 restructuring of General Motors and Chrysler as model for resurrecting manufacturing and US economy as a whole.
Should water be considered a basic human right, or should corporations own the water we drink and determine who is allowed to drink it? Back in 2013, Nestle’s former CEO and current Chairman went on record in saying that water should in fact be privatized — owned entirely by corporations like Nestle.
Crimean authorities working to put up thousands of modern, interactive signs in Russian and English for tourists for summer season, directing visitors to historical, cultural heritage sights, nature preserves, resorts and hotels. January 1st, law turns Crimea into free economic zone; incentives for business, tax breaks, preferential customs regime, state rebates for companies providing employees with social, medical insurance, pensions. Law simplified issuing visas to tourists, businesspeople and officials, now able to receive 30 day entry visa at border.
FBI background checks, the most reliable measure of gun sales, surged in December, capping a year that experienced strong growth in the last three months. Background checks totaled 2.3 million in December, according to FBI. Reports of people buying guns after local incidents of violence. Gun shop owners in St. Louis area reported spike in sales following protests.
As I wrap up my month-long visit to my second home here at the southern end of the great African continent, my thoughts have turned to goings-on in the United States — endless political dysfunction, arrogant cops in open revolt against elected authorities, and riots in the streets.
A Manhattan hedge fund founder was fatally shot in the head on Sunday afternoon in his Upper East Side apartment. His 30-year-old son has been taken into custody, according to authorities.
A federal judge has extended a restraining order regarding use of tear gas in Ferguson, Missouri as part of a lawsuit against local and state law enforcement that alleges use of the chemical agent violated protesters' constitutional rights .US District Judge Carol Jackson was to hear evidence Tuesday in the case, but decided to extend the temporary restraining order for 45 days, according to KSDK.
US Coast Guard saw a flood of Cuban immigrants attempting to make the 90-mile trip to the shores of the United States during December, stopping 481 migrants in 37 different events ‒ a 117 percent increase from December 2013. First five days of 2015, 96 Cuban migrants interdicted at sea in seven separate events in the Florida Straits.
In a recent interview with FuW, DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach explained his concerns about the oil market not being "unequivocally good" for everyone... Question: The crash in the oil market is already causing jitters in the financial markets around the globe. What is your take on that? Gundlach: Oil is incredibly important right now. If oil falls to around $40 a barrel then I think the yield on ten year treasury note is going to 1%. I hope it does not go to $40 because then something is very, very wrong with the world, not just the economy. The geopolitical consequences could be – to put it bluntly – terrifying.
Former Army Rangers and other citizens have donned their military attire and assault-rifles in response to police brutality. The Black panthers have organized a paramilitary group in Dallas which states its goal of “going into our communities and educating our people on federal, state, and local gun laws. We want to stop fratricide, genocide—all the ‘cides.
Cold War TV spy drama The Americans is a fictional account of two Soviet spies living in the United States. CIA has to approve every script before it's even shot. The Americans was created by Joe Weisberg, a former CIA agent. FBI has an entire unit devoted to making sure it's viewed in the best possible light.
Residents who are normally hit with tickets for minor violations tend to be low income individuals who are forced to pay up a hefty portion of their paychecks. Practice will strain police budgets, which rely on fines from tickets to make-up for funding shortfalls.
Smugglers who bring migrants to Europe by sea appear to have adopted a new, more dangerous tactic: cramming hundreds of them onto a large cargo ship, setting it on an automated course to crash into the coast, and then abandoning the helm. Among the migrants, believed to be from war-ravaged Syria.
Thousands of immigrants lined up to apply for driver’s licenses in California under a law that went into effect on Friday, making the most populous U.S. state the latest to expand the privilege to people in the country illegally. Department of Motor Vehicles created special processing centers at four former businesses: a grocery store, a large dry cleaner, a movie theater and a restaurant.
Former US Senator Mike Gravel who represented Alaska from 1969 to 1981 will head KUSH, a subsidiary of Cannabis Sativa Inc, company that develops and markets cannabis products to states that have legalized both medical and recreational marijuana.
Assumption of guilt is stronger than facts, whether "heretic," or "terrorist. Terrorism and conspiracy replaced blasphemy and heresy. Church promised its flock salvation; National Security State promises its flock security. Western democracies have not escaped poisons of propaganda, totalitarian power, and unthinking religious faith in government authorities.
The NYPD confirmed Citations for traffic violations fell from 10,069 to 587 in week starting Dec. 22 arrests have plummeted in the wake of the murder of two police officers in Brooklyn on Dec. 20.
The Los Angeles Police Department has called off a search for a suspect still at large, who was allegedly involved late on Sunday in a shooting ambush on a police patrol car. Another person was arrested shortly after the shooting. The shooting, which didn’t result in injury.
A parliamentary inquiry into banking crisis in Ireland commenced December 17 which will do nothing to hold anyone responsible for the financial collapse in 2008. Witnesses to be called, include bankers politicians, economists, accountants and media. Nothing will be done to uncover criminal practices of those who crashed the economy. Nor will the swindling of billions from working people through the bailout of Ireland’s bankrupt financial institutions be subjected to serious scrutiny.
What did Wall Street just do? It guaranteed that any losses from all derivatives that arise
within the bankrupt banking system will be passed onto the taxpaying serfs called United
States citizens.,. What it means is that taxpayers will be responsible for all losses resulting from theses derivative contracts.
Officer Brian Barker, 41, of Moro charged with 10 counts of burglary, and official misconduct. He was accused of targeting Edwardsville businesses since 2012; one count of residential burglary of a home in Moro, one count of aggravated possession of stolen firearms.
The ever-widening gap between financial markets and the real economy is creating the conditions for economic turmoil and the eruption of social and political struggles.
Eight people were killed yesterday in two drone strikes in North Waziristan, a remote and impoverished area along Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan.
Last night, in Beijing, I sat in a historic Szechuan restaurant with a friend who happens to be a Chinese diplomat. We exchanged some stories, ordered food, and then, suddenly, my throat felt dry and my eyes got misty.
American pundits are often more interested in scoring points against their partisan rivals than in the pain that U.S. policies inflict on people in faraway lands, as columnists Paul Krugman and Thomas L. Friedman are showing regarding Russia and Ukraine.
In America, unlike in other countries, a huge chunk of medical spending goes to insurance company profits, not to health care. Another big chunk goes to paperwork, which has a variety of purposes such as collecting personal information on patients and combating fraud (probably the paperwork costs more than fraud).
Moscow is being forced to come up with countermeasures in response to NATO's increased presence in the Black Sea, Russia’s envoy to the alliance said following an announcement on the arrival of another US warship in the area.
We need to understand the distinction between two kinds of labeling. Voluntary labeling=“I own this health-food store, and I’m doing my best to sell you non-GMO products. All such products will carry a seal that says ‘Non-GMO’.”
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