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Category: Headline News

Feb
5
Mac Slavo

Experts are warning that superfast broadband known as 5G could cause cancer in humans, and the usage of 5G is nothing more than a “massive health experiment.” 5G could very well be a global catastrophe that kills wildlife, gives people terminal diseases, and causes the Earth’s magnetic field to change, according to shocking claims by a technology expert.

Feb
5
Mac Slavo

Residents and officials in the city of Los Angeles, California are horrified that their city has descended into a third world hellscape of poverty and disease. The typhus outbreak raging through the city is a flea-borne disease often reserved for socialist and poverty-stricken dystopias such as Venezuela.

Feb
4
Ron Paul

Hard as it is to believe, airline travel recently became even more unpleasant.

Feb
4
Mac Slavo

As the government seeks to regulate guns further and make it increasingly more expensive and cumbersome to legally own a gun, armed citizens spent the first month of 2019 proving weapons of any kind are basic human rights. Any regulation of a citizen’s defense weapon should be seen as a human rights violation: and their rights are being destroyed by their own government.

Feb
4
Mac Slavo

The trade war between the United States and China is proving to be a disaster for American farmers: the ones who grow and supply our food. This catastrophe is already smacking Americans in the wallets, but a bigger loss would be those who actually supply the food we pay for.

Feb
2
Mac Slavo

How the boy survived in freezing temperatures during heavy downpours in a heavily wooded wilderness for three days is most certainly an interesting topic of discussion. 

Feb
2
Mac Slavo

You didn’t see this one in the mainstream media because the man at the center of this report was not wearing a MAGA hat, but we’re going to show it to you anyway.

Feb
1
Robert Bridge

Google announced it will begin “reducing recommendations of borderline content and content that could misinform users in harmful ways—such as videos promoting a phony miracle cure for a serious illness, claiming the earth is flat, or making blatantly false claims about historic events like 9/11.”

Feb
1
Dagny Taggart

It sounds like something out of a Philip K. Dick science fiction novel: a system that uses artificial intelligence to translate people’s thoughts into intelligible, recognizable speech.

Feb
1
Ryan McMaken

This article was originally published by Ryan McMaken at the Mises Institute In domestic policy, a time-honored strategy for ramming through ill-considered legislation is to insist that it is better to do something than to just stand around doing nothing. Are “too few” people earning advanced degrees? Then we are told we must increase subsidies for college […]

Feb
1
Tyler Durden

With an ever-growing chorus of ‘soak the rich’ rising from the left-er of the leftists, it is becoming increasingly important to know what “rich” is – How much would you have to earn in a year in the U.S. before someone considered you rich?

Jan
31
Aaron Kesel

Putting the future of what we believe in anyone’s hands, let alone artificial intelligence, seems reckless; but a system backed by Soros and Omidyar or think tanks and government officials seems like a dangerously stupid idea that can only lead to a path paved toward a road of Orwellian censorship the likes of which even George Orwell couldn’t have imagined.

Jan
31
Tyler Durden

Sporting 16″ thick walls, self-sustained wind and solar systems and a 4,000-gallon water storage/rain catchment system, the Hard Luck Mine Castle even sports its own gold mine that operated from 1897 to around World War II.

Jan
31
Mac Slavo

The debt crisis in the United States of America has reached apocalyptic proportions.  A new and horrifying report out details the reason why 63 of America’s largest cities are completely broke: debt and overspending.

Jan
31
Mac Slavo

Amid political turmoil and higher borrowing cost, Italy’s economy officially fell into recession at the end of 2018. Most economists are also saying that during the next global depression, governments won’t be able to save anyone.

Jan
31
Mac Slavo

If you need a hammer for any reason, the United Kingdom’s counter-terrorism policing unit will consider you a potential terrorist.  They are also asking that anyone who sees someone doing something suspicious, like purchasing a hammer, to report it to the enforcers.

Jan
30
Michael Snyder

If it would add a decade to your life, would you allow the blood of young people to be injected into your veins? I understand that this may sound very strange to you, but the truth is that interest in this sort of “anti-aging therapy” has surged among the elite in recent years.

Jan
30
Lisa Egan

Staying indoors during the colder months won’t do anything to improve your mood or your health – in fact, research suggests the opposite is true. You don’t have to spend hours outside to reap the benefits. Just a few minutes a day has been proven to improve mood and physical health.

Jan
30
Brandon Smith

Economic crisis and geopolitical crisis are inevitable catalysts for greater centralization and totalitarianism, and the left is being used as a cattle prod to ensure that the political right is infuriated enough to jump on the bandwagon.

Jan
30
Mac Slavo

A leader of the Antifa group “Smash Racism DC,” has been arrested and charged with “ethnic intimidation.” The group “Smash Racism DC” gained notoriety after terrorizing Tucker Carlson and his wife at their home.

Jan
30
Mac Slavo

The recent outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the second worst in recorded history.  So far, 743 people have been infected with the virus and 461 of those have died.

Jan
30
Mac Slavo

The latest economic outlook from the Congressional Budget Office is dire.  It’s basically saying that if the federal government continues borrowing and spending at the current rate, an apocalyptic economic crisis is coming.

Jan
29
Mac Slavo

Hopefully this will clear things up.

Jan
29
Kai Weiss

When the occupant of the White House becomes more central to the way we treat people than our views on “morality, virtue, and imagination,” this is a problem. Politics, then, may have become too important indeed.

Jan
29
Daisy Luther

Washington state recently introduced bills for some of the strictest gun laws in the country but they have some very important opponents: the sheriffs.

Jan
29
Mac Slavo

What we do know, is that when emotion hits the brick wall of logic, many turn to insults.

Jan
29
Mac Slavo

Ray Dalio, the hedge fund founder of the $150 billion Bridgewater Associates says that he sees a “significant risk” of an economic recession occurring in 2020. Dalio also says that when the next recession hits, the Federal Reserve and the ruling class will be powerless to stop it.

Jan
29
Mac Slavo

A major glitch in Apple’s FaceTime app has been allowing callers to secretly eavesdrop while the call has not yet been answered.  In some cases, the caller can even see a video without the recipient even accepting the FaceTime call.

Jan
29
Mac Slavo

A large lob of a Polar vortex is set to snap off and ice a large area around the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest by the beginning of next week.  This will be the most extreme cold that the area has faced in a generation. 

Jan
28
James Quinn

Time is growing short. Will we meekly accept the fate of Winston Smith and John the Savage inflicted by the State or will we rise up against the technological tyranny oppressing our freedoms and liberties? The answer will decide our fate.

Jan
28
Tess Pennington

Sprouts are what Mother Nature intended for us in terms of additional nutrition. They are low cost, easy to grow and can give you ample dietary nutrition on a daily basis.

Jan
28
Chris Martenson

Massive change is now inevitable and in progress. Collapse has already begun.

Jan
28
Mac Slavo

The Massachusetts attorney general has declared that the family behind the drug Oxycontin is responsible for the opioid epidemic ravaging the United States.  Purdue Pharma and eight members of the Sackler family who own the company, are being accused of personally starting the opioid crisis by deceptively selling Oxycontin.

Jan
28
Mac Slavo

Many companies across the United States are reeling from the tariffs imposed by China and president Donald Trump during the ongoing trade war. Even though there’s been a so-called “cease-fire” by both nations and tariffs aren’t going up, many companies in Texas are “ticking time bombs.”

Jan
25
Mark Brandly

Calling the current budget impasse a shutdown is just another example of the political corruption of our language.

Jan
25
Michael Snyder

Over the coming months, Democratic presidential contenders are going to be continuously trying to one up each other with their promises to tax the rich and give out free stuff. By the end, someone out there may even be promising to give free rides to the Moon to everyone.

Jan
25
Tyler Durden

Former Trump advisor Roger Stone, who has been under scrutiny by Special Counsel Robert Mueller over his alleged contacts with Wikileaks, has been arrested In Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. on a seven-count indictment: One count of obstruction, five counts of making false statements and one count of witness tampering.

Jan
24
JD Heyes

These are not simply people tweeting “nasty things,” he added. They’re making bona fide threats and that’s a problem.

Jan
24
Dagny Taggart

The recent internet witch hunt shows us that humanity is heading into dangerous territory.

Jan
24
Mac Slavo

Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk sent an email to all employees at 1:20 in the morning and it could very well be the signal of the end times for the company. The email was not positive in tone and things are not looking good for Tesla.

Jan
24
Mac Slavo

NASA will attempt for the first time, to knock an asteroid off course and away from our planet to prevent a collision with Earth in 2022. NASA has approved a mission that aims to slam a spacecraft into a “small” asteroid and bump it off course.

Jan
24
Mac Slavo

It took the United States government’s Department of Justice an entire study dedicated to gun use and criminals to figure out what logical human beings have already understood for decades. The result of their own study found that gun control laws will never work because criminals will never use legal channels to obtain guns.

Jan
23
Veronique de Rugy

In fiscal year 2018, $137 billion was paid “improperly” by the federal government, according to a recent report. That number sums all the improper payments by what the government calls high-priority programs. They are programs with improper-payments estimates exceeding $2 billion annually.

Jan
23
Lisa Egan

You have probably heard a lot of talk about something called “CBD” in recent years – especially in the last few months. Many people aren’t really sure what CBD is, and might be wondering why it seems to be everywhere all of a sudden.

Jan
23
Tyler Durden

With negotiations behind the partial government shutdown showing no signs of a breakthrough, an estimated 800,000 government employees are set to miss a second paycheck on Friday.

Jan
23
Mac Slavo

Earth’s magnetic North Pole is rapidly moving and has been for about 40 years. Recently, the pole has been traveling at an unprecedented rate which has prompted scientists to update a vital navigation tool used to track the movement.

Jan
23
Mac Slavo

The unusually large drop in home sales is puzzling those who work directly in the industry.  Real estate agents are confused and baffled by the sudden and seemingly unexpected lack of home sales.

Jan
23
Mac Slavo

The brutal reality is that most Americans are not prepared for the next economic downturn or recession. The government shutdown is highlighting just how much Americans rely on others as opposed to themselves, and how little they have saved for an emergency.

Jan
22
Selco

You can’t survive something awful and expect to live unscathed. PTSD isn’t a symptom weakness. It’s a sign that you have a conscience and a heart. It’s a sign that you love and you care. It’s part of being a survivor, and that’s why all of us are here – we want to survive. In this article, Selco shares his deeply personal experience with PTSD.

Jan
22
Tyler Durden

Tucker Carlson excoriated famous liberals and a few anti-Trump GOP who called for the harassment, assault and murder of a group of Kentucky high school students who were falsely accused of bigotry against a Native American man, Nathan Phillips, at a pro-life demonstration on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

Jan
22
Mac Slavo

Florida restaurants and eateries have begun adding CBD (cannabidiol) oil to some of the items on their menus.  Widely regarded as a wonderful supplement to help deal with pain, anxiety, and other ailments, CBD oil gives the user the benefits of cannabis without the mind-altering high.

Jan
22
Mac Slavo

In his latest podcast, financial expert Peter Schiff said that what we’re seeing right now in the economic climate is a typical bear market correction and a recession is right around the corner. Schiff said that optimism over a trade deal with China won’t stop the markets from going into recession.

Jan
22
Mac Slavo

The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy reports that 410 people have died in the most recent and ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Over 700 have been sickened in what is the second worst Ebola outbreak in recorded world history.

Jan
21
Tess Pennington

Composting not only reduces trash in landfills but also improves your backyard at home. Your garden will produce healthier vegetables and more beautiful flowers with just the addition of a compost pile. Composting doesn’t have to be difficult and although it may seem like a daunting task to get started, this helpful guide should help walk you through any rough patches.

Jan
21
Brandon Smith

Without ample resistance, the introduction of the cashless society will be presented as a natural and even “heroic” response by the globalists to save humanity from the “selfishness” of destructive nationalists. They will strut across the world stage as if they are saviors, rather than the villains they really are.

Jan
21
J.G. Martinez D.

I would like to dissect a little bit about the importance of a parameter that is paramount for “the retreat,” or whatever you may want to call it. Location is everything when it comes to your safety, especially when you live in the city.

Jan
21
Mac Slavo

In 2008, when the United States was flung into recession, the culprit was the sub-prime mortgages.  People without the ability to repay the money, borrowed to buy houses only to lose it all once the bubble burst.  Now, the corporate debt crisis is poised to cause a similar recession.

Jan
21
Mac Slavo

An Iranian air force commander has warned that the country is prepared to “eliminate Israel from Earth.” Tehran’s fighting words come just after Israel launched air raids on alleged Iranian targets inside Syria, killing 4 Syrian soldiers.

Jan
18
Sara Tipton

It is possible to boost your immune system naturally and give your body the extra edge this cold and flu season without getting the controversial flu shot.

Jan
18
Ryan McMaken

Rarely does mainstream coverage emphasize the daily problems that small business owners face in providing payroll for workers (and themselves), meeting customer demands, and keeping the lights on.

 
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