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(Natural News) Talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh made an observation last week about the so-called “mainstream” media: If someone is merely a casual consumer of the news, they have no idea how badly they’re being lied to, manipulated, and kept in the dark about facts and truths that functioning societies need to remain functioning societies. In particular, Limbaugh was talking about the incredible amounts of blatantly biased false, Left-wing indoctrination that is being pushed by the American ...
Many factors influence how effectively a government is able to uphold the rule of law and some of them include access to courts, lack of corruption, effective policing and institutional competence. While some governments are able to combine these efficiently, resulting in strong adherence to the law, Statista's Niall McCarthy notes that others tend to struggle. Research from The World Justice Project measured rule of law adherence in 113 countries around the world, focusing on eight factor ...
Authored by Will Racke via The Daily Caller, Intelligence officials can selectively release classified information to trusted journalists while withholding the same information from other citizens who request it through open records laws, CIA lawyers argued Wednesday. In a motion filed in New York federal court, the CIA claimed that limited disclosures to reporters do not waive national security exemptions to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Intelligence and law enforcement agen ...
The White House is probably regretting its decision not to show FBI Director Christopher Wray the door when he reportedly threatened to resign last year over the administration's push to oust now-former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe... In what the bureau has called a "failure of protocol," the Wray admitted that the bureau had failed to follow up on an anonymous tip delivered to one of its hotlines by somebody who knew Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old gunman who killed 17 people and wounded ...
Earlier today, we reported that Peter Thiel, the Bay Area’s most prominent conservative and one of President Trump’s most outspoken supporters from the LGBT community, announced that he was relocating to Los Angeles - and taking his investment firm with him - because of the famously intolerant culture in Silicon Valley. The announcement of the move conjured up images of street harassment for Thiel, who is loathed in Silicon Valley and by the mainstream media because of his role in bringing do ...
More details about Nikolas Cruz, who has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated homicide for Wednesday’s school shooting, are beginning to emerge, and so far, they paint a picture of a disturbed child who exhibited signs of violent behavior from a young age. The suspected shooter is believed to be mildly autistic, and was receiving treatment at a nearby clinic, but had not been back in a year. Cruz told police that he had heard voices in his head telling him to shoot up the school. He de ...
China's rapid military modernization is "remarkable," and is no longer merely "catching up" with the West, reports the International Institute for Strategic Studies in their annual report on global military capabilities. “China’s emerging weapons developments and broader defence-technological progress mean that it has become a global defence innovator” says Dr. John Chipman, Director-General and Chief Executive of the London-based think tank. Of note, Chipman points out that China's Chengd ...
Top U.S. diplomat Rex Tillerson and Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan had a "productive and open" talk on Thursday about improving ties strained recently over their policies on Syria, in a meeting following weeks of escalating anti-American rhetoric from Ankara.Tillerson arrived in Turkey on Thursday for two days of what officials have said would likely be uncomfortable discussions between the allies, whose relations have frayed over a number of issues, particularly U.S. support for the Syrian Kurdish YPG ...
Around the time he was ordered held without bond during his first court appearance after murdering 17 of his former classmates and wounding nearly two dozen others, Florida high school shooter Nikolas Cruz was linked by the Anti-Defamation League to a White Supremacist group called the "Republic of Florida" ABC reported. Meanwhile, Cruz made his first court appearance, "shackled and cowering in fear" as the Mail described it. He was wearing an orange jumpsuit and both his hands and ankles wer ...
Authored by Arkady Savitsky via The Strategic Culture Foundation, As part of its ballistic missile defense (BMD) system, Russia tested a new interceptor missile at the Sary Shagan testing range in Kazakhstan on Feb. 11. It was its third straight successful BMD test. The preceding two trials took place in 2017. Much of the information about the new missile, dubbed the PRS-1M, is classified. It is reported to have a speed of up to 4 km per second. The weapon is lighter than its predecessors, su ...
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