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Category: Headline News

Nov
21
James Corbett

To this day, over 100 years later, we still look back on the horrors of that “Great War” with confusion. For so long we have been told non-answers about incompetent generals and ignorant politicians. “It’s the senselessness of war,” the teachers of this fraudulent and partial history have told us with a shrug.

Nov
21
Tyler Durden

House Republicans will hear testimony on December 5 from the prosecutor appointed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate allegations of wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation, according to Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC).

Nov
21
Michael Snyder

Oil, copper and lumber are all telling us the exact same thing, and it isn’t good news for the global economy.

Nov
20
Adam Taggart

Our slowing global economy will require decades of recovery to heal itself from the massive over-leveraging and mal-investment binge we’ve been on.

Nov
20
Mac Slavo

Barack Obama has suggested that sitting president Donald Trump has “mommy issues” and is a hateful racist because Trump hasn’t solved “climate change” and “education” problems. Obama thinks these “problems” are simple too.  Which begs the question: why the hell didn’t he fix them?

Nov
20
Tyler Durden

According to a Bloomberg Op-Ed, Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, President Donald Trump, and Vladimir Putin are the three people that will steer the outcome of oil prices in the coming year, whether higher or lower. The problem is, of course, that they all want different things.

Nov
20
Michael Snyder

The tech stock crash that so many have been waiting for has arrived, and many analysts believe that it is going to get a whole lot worse.

Nov
20
Mac Slavo

The signs of a weakening and crash-worthy economy are all around, such as a lack of confidence in the housing market. Demands for new homes have stalled this month, which has caused new homebuilder confidence to plummet.

Nov
20
Mac Slavo

Approximately 4,000 residents living near the Fuego volcano in Guatemala have been evacuated as the firey mountain began spewing hot ash and red-hot lava. The “Vulcán de Fuego” or “Volcano of Fire” has erupted five times already this year.

Nov
19
Mac Slavo

Many economists and financial analysts have said that the economy isn’t doing as well as the talking heads on TV are proclaiming. And now, even the Bank of America says it’s time to prepare for an even lower stock market, as that hasn’t come yet.

Nov
19
Jeremiah Johnson

You can hold up your copy of the Constitution when a squad of jackboots kicks in your front door with masks and MP-5’s…hold it up and tell them about your rights. “Molon Labe?” Yes, they will.

Nov
19
Mac Slavo

Several Hollywood actors are calling for a boycott of Georgia’s film industry after Republican Brian Kemp officially won the state’s gubernatorial contest against Democrat Stacey Abrams. But like the threats to move to Canada if Donald Trump won in 2016, these are also more than likely going to be hollow.

Nov
19
Sara Tipton

We’ve done some digging and came across some of the best survival kits offered on Amazon, making the purchasing of prepping gear easy. Depending on your needs and the size of your family, consider adding a small kit to your car or splitting up these kits to upgrade your bug out bag or add to your home prepping stash.

Nov
19
Mac Slavo

The Met Office has told United Kingdom ministers that space storms could cause massive blackouts and destroy computers. According to the government agency’s study, a space storm could bring down the internet and all communications.

Nov
19
Mac Slavo

North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong-Un has decided to keep the nation’s nuclear weapons, despite promises to the Trump administration that he would begin denuclearization.  It appears that a nuclear war threat is still lingering and could be the topic of discussion when president Donald Trump meets Kim early next year.

Nov
19
Mac Slavo

China has just dumped its biggest load of United States treasuries in 8 months.  China’s share of US Treasuries holdings had the highest decline since January back in September, as the ongoing and ever-increasing trade tensions with Washington forced the world’s biggest economy to take measures to stabilize its national currency.

Nov
19
Mac Slavo

The host of CNBC’s Mad money, Jim Cramer has a dire analysis of what’s going on in the stock market.  Cramer said that the market is enduring a “very serious correction,” and “there’s nowhere to hide” from the situation poised to go from bad to worse.

Nov
17
Tyler Durden

Just days after taking back the House, a Democratic Congressmen has proposed outlawing “military-style semi-automatic assault weapons” and forcing existing owners to sell their weapons or face prosecution.

Nov
16
Robert Bridge

The Western world would have succumbed over 1,000 years ago had its leaders and citizens not made a brave stand in the face of foreign invasion. Today, no less dangerous invaders than those from the past have succeeded where their forebears could not, and without the force of arms.

Nov
16
Jeremiah Johnson

This article stresses the importance of finding drinking vessels that will not leach chemicals out of their very walls and poison you.

Nov
16
Daisy Luther

It’s really not a stretch of the imagination to predict that our nation could be headed to a very dark place. And if this is true, you’re going to want – no, you’re going to need – to be prepared for the ugliness and brutality that comes with that.

Nov
16
Ethan Huff

At one point during the botched surgery, the surgical robot actually punctured Pettitt’s intra aortic septum, resulting in so much blood being splattered on its camera that doctors could no longer see what the robot was doing.

Nov
16
Michael Snyder

Our sun has been behaving very strangely, and this unusual behavior is really starting to affect our weather patterns.

Nov
15
Sara Tipton

Layering your clothing is one of the best ways to stay warm. Anyone who works outside or has chores around the house to take care of in the winter months understands the importance of keeping the body warm so it can operate at optimal levels.

Nov
15
Mac Slavo

A new report is saying that the United States military has reached crisis mode.  The country could “struggle to win” or just as easily lose a war to either Russia or China.

Nov
15
Mac Slavo

Former Federal Reserve chairman, Alan Greenspan has taken to blasting president Donald Trump’s tariffs, which have flung the United States into a full-fledged trade war with China.  Greenspan says that Trump’s policies on tariffs are “insane.”

Nov
15
Kurt Nimmo

The Pentagon has lied to us for years, grossly underestimating the cost of its military operations against enemies largely manufactured by intelligence agencies. 

Nov
15
Mac Slavo

There’s a disturbing new trend among Indonesian teenagers.  The kids are boiling sanitary pads in water and then drinking the resulting liquid in an effort to get high.

Nov
15
Mac Slavo

On October 1, 2018, Maryland’s new “red flag” gun law went into effect. On November 5, 2018, the law claimed its first victim.

Nov
15
Mac Slavo

A Wisconsin company has decided to give its employees revolvers as Christmas gifts this year. The company says the gifts will promote team building and personal safety.

Nov
15
Mac Slavo

China is said to have outlined a few concessions for the Trump administration to consider, in an effort to diffuse the quickly escalating trade war between Beijing and Washington. But it’s still going to be a long road, as the concessions will fall short of president Donald Trump’s demands.

Nov
15
Mac Slavo

Global warming and climate change alarmists got riled up recently after a  shocking study published in Nature on October 31 suggested that the oceans are warming faster than the United Nations’ projection. But now scientists admit that researchers’ calculations were wrong.

Nov
14
Brandon Smith

Despite the fact that the Fed keeps raising rates as it tightens the noose around the supposed economic “recovery”, there are still many people out there who refuse to accept that the central bank would deliberately implode the fiscal bubble that it has spent the last ten years inflating.

Nov
14
Mac Slavo

A key measurement of inflation, The Consumer Price Index, rose 2.5% in October from a year earlier.  The inflation was linked to rising gas prices by the media, but there’s more to it than just the cost of fuel. Rising inflation is actually also likely tied to the deficit, rising interest rates, and the national debt.

Nov
14
Mac Slavo

Newly elected California governor Gavin Newsom has had to declare a state of emergency due to the latest unprecedented wildfires ripping through the state.  But are they so “unprecedented?” Or could these fires be the result of decades of illegal and ongoing climate engineering that Newsome is intentionally ignoring?

Nov
14
Chris Martenson

By practicing and stress-testing your resilience skills now, you’ll be in a much better position to both weather the storms as well as help the many others who are neglecting to get themselves ready.

Nov
14
Mac Slavo

The Woolsey fire that has engulfed over 90,000 acres in California last weekend may have spread toxic and radioactive substances from a Superfund site. Activists, who believe authorities might be downplaying the risks of the toxins released into the air, say the burning of the nuclear waste site could further complicate health concerns.

Nov
14
Michael Snyder

We haven’t seen anything like this since 2008, and many believe that the economic downturn that is now upon us will ultimately be even worse than what we experienced a decade ago.

Nov
14
Mac Slavo

The Earth is currently passing through a dark matter “hurricane.” Scientists are predicting that the Earth will be battered by this dark matter hurricane for the next one million years.

Nov
14
Mac Slavo

Disney World has banned a man after he held up a sign in support of president Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign on the infamous Splash Mountain. Disney World banned the man for breaking their rule against displaying signs or banners in the park.

Nov
13
Doug "Uncola" Lynn

In plain language: The time for talking is past. Destiny looms, choose your way or it drags you.

Nov
13
Ellaine Castillo

Although it might be a bit more difficult to plant grains compared to other crops, it’s not as hard as most people think and it can be done given enough information.

Nov
13
Mac Slavo

In the mere 6 days of the Camp Fire scorching across Northern California, 125,000 acres have been burned and 42 human lives have been lost.  Sadly, the Camp Fire has also already been given the unfortunate title of California’s deadliest fire.

Nov
13
Kurt Nimmo

Violating Tucker Carlson’s property rights, vandalizing his home, and calling for his murder while he sleeps is now standard behavior for the Democrat “resistance,” and if the people involved in this act are not arrested and charged (and they will not), this sort of behavior will continue and intensify.

Nov
13
Sara Tipton

Deemed a useless plant by many, nettle is often avoided and weeded out of yards because it can be annoying and irritating. But after being the subject of several studies, nettle has begun to prove its worth.

Nov
13
Mac Slavo

“The sun is entering one of the deepest Solar Minima of the Space Age,” wrote Dr. Tony Phillips just six weeks ago, on September 27, 2018.  The lack of sunspots on our sun could bring about record cold temperatures, and perhaps even a mini ice age. 

Nov
13
Mac Slavo

A new study is alleging that the North Korean regime is operating at least 13 secret ballistic missile sites. This could be a sign that Kim Jong-Un is not quite ready to de-nuclearize despite the decreased rhetoric in recent months. Totalitarian North Korea is not winding down the country’s nuclear program despite public promises made to […]

Nov
12
James Corbett

This is the story of WWI that you didn’t read in the history books. This is The WWI Conspiracy.

Nov
12
Mac Slavo

Social media use has once again been linked to loneliness and depression. Research has been hinting at the connection for several years, but scientists from the University of Pennsylvania say that this new study is the most comprehensive and rigorous to date.

Nov
12
Mac Slavo

Economic advisor Peter Schiff has long been warning of the false stability and phony prosperity we are seeing the markets. He’s now saying that since the elections, it is about to get much worse, as a divided Congress means even bigger deficits.

Nov
12
Carey Wedler

The Kansas City Health Department is under fire after employees bleached food intended for the homeless because the people supplying it did not have the proper permit.

Nov
12
Mac Slavo

As if more evidence is needed that bans don’t work, the United Kingdom’s knife crime “epidemic” is soaring.  Even though there are incredibly strict knife control laws in the UK, public officials are declaring the knife violence a public health crisis.

Nov
12
Tyler Durden

Some 149,000 Californians are effectively homeless after fleeing from the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires, which have afflicted Butte County, as well as Ventura and LA counties and destroyed more than 6,700 homes and buildings, with thousands more expected to burn.

Nov
12
Mac Slavo

Nigeria’s cholera outbreak has gone from bad to worse.  So far, 175 people have died and over 10,000 are suspected to have been infected with the illness during the most recent outbreak’s scourge.

Nov
12
Mac Slavo

The Ebola outbreak currently ravaging the Democratic Republic of Congo is seeing no end in sight.  Not only has containment been made all but impossible by the violence in the area of the outbreak, but there is now very high chance that the infection will make its way across the border into Uganda.

Nov
12
Jeremiah Johnson

The Democrats intend to mount a non-stopping offensive against the President.

Nov
9
Brian Cloughley

Efforts to combat drugs “have cost US taxpayers more than $8 billion since 2002, yet Afghanistan’s opium crisis is worse than ever,” and the increase in the area and quantity of poppy cultivation has been impressive and depressing.

Nov
9
Aaron Kesel

Years ago, it was seen as a “conspiracy theory” that the elite wanted to microchip the populace. Now, it’s right in our faces constantly; it’s no longer a secret.

Nov
9
Tyler Durden

One year after the deadliest and costliest wildfire season in California’s history, three wildfires have broken out in Northern California. On Friday, the most aggressive of the three fires destroyed most of the town of Paradise, a community with 27,000 residents, forcing residents to frantically flee for their lives.

Nov
9
J.G. Martinez D.

Jose, a prepper from Venezuela, offers suggestions for living off-grid based on his experiences with the Venezuelan collapse, as well as what he learned in engineering school and in his former job.

 

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