The Wealth Watchman
While we’re on the topic of Russia, my brothers, I thought it would be an excellent time to go through some of the newest, crucial headlines from that land, with an eagle eye. These headlines are striking affirmations, that further validate that what we’ve been saying here at the Truth HQ, is 100% on the money! There can be no doubt that an alliance, called the BRICS, is positioning itself to be the new anti-globalist, anti-Western central banking force in the world.
In fact, there are well-respected voices within the Kremlin, who’ve now called upon the leaders of the East to step up the game-plan of the BRICS, and turn it from a mere trade and economic union, to an overtly, D.C.-blocking, anti-dollar alliance. Continue reading
ABC News – by Devin Dwyer
In Washington, pork is often in the eye of the beholder. And retiring GOP Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma sees a lot of it.
Coburn’s fifth annual and final “Wastebook” lists 100 “silly, unnecessary and low priority projects” that he says cost taxpayers a combined $25 billion. Continue reading
CNS News – by Ali Meyer
The average price for a pound of ground beef climbed to another record high–$4.096 per pound–in the United States in September, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
In August, according to BLS, the average price for a pound of all types of ground beef topped $4 for the first time–hitting $4.013. In September, the average price jumped .083 cents, an increase of 2.1 percent in one month. Continue reading
Natural News – by Christina Sarich
You can bet that polio vaccines will now be promoted since the Glaxo Smith Kline (accidental) dumping of live polio viruses into a Belgium lake. On the same token, you can bet that forced Ebola vaccinations are just around the corner due to fear of Ebola spreading through the U.S., but do we really want to trust an industry which already puts carcinogenic adjuvants into the vaccines used to “treat” measles, mumps, polio, rubella, cervical cancer, and more? I doubt it. Continue reading
Islamic State has published a new video in which a jihadist shows off brand-new American hardware, which was purportedly intended for the Kurds they are fighting in the Syrian border town of Kobani.
The undated video, posted by the unofficial IS mouthpiece “a3maq news”, sees a jihadist showing several boxes of munitions with English-language markings, with a parachute spread out on the ground beside. Continue reading
SHTF Plan – by Glenn Tate, 229 Days
(This post is something you can send to your friends or print out and hand to them when SHTF.)
I love my friends, but I will shoot you if I have to. I’m serious. Here’s why.
I tried to persuade you to prepare for what’s coming and, in the process, revealed that to you that I’m preparing. You realized that I have food, guns, etc., and ended up saying, half kidding but half serious, “I’ll come to your place when SHTF.” Continue reading
A little spring cleaning led to a big mystery for a Hartford woman, who found someone’s cremated remains in a closet.
Now she’s on a mission to reunite the 10 year old remains with whichever family they might belong to.
“Oh my god, what am I going to do with this?” Continue reading
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The Free Thought Project – by John Vibes
As we reported on Monday, a series of riots broke out over the weekend in Keene, New Hampshire during an annual college event that brings thousands of people into the town each year.
Compared to protests and riots that are tied to political and social movements, the police reacted to the mayhem with more restraint than would be expected. Continue reading
New York Post – by Salim Algar
A Brooklyn construction worker claims a spooked NYPD cop pulled his service revolver on him and holstered it only after a pal whipped out a cellphone and threatened to record the incident, a $5 million Brooklyn federal lawsuit alleges.
Mark Fullerton, 46, pulled onto the shoulder of North Conduit Avenue near a Shell gas station in July 2013 to stabilize building materials in the back of his truck when Officer Michael Fitzgibbon ordered him into the vehicle, according to the suit. Continue reading
New York Post – by Rich Calder
A former NYPD sergeant accepted thousands of dollars in bribes from a private investigator in exchange for key confidential information from an FBI database about witnesses in federal criminal cases, prosecutors charged Wednesday.
Ronald Buell, who retired from the NYPD in February, and Joseph Dwyer, a Long Island-based private investigator often retained by court-appointed lawyers, were arrested Wednesday and each charged with bribery, bribery conspiracy and unauthorized access to a federal database. Continue reading
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Infowars – by Paul Joseph Watson
Police pointed guns at journalists following a shooting at a war memorial in Ottawa during which a soldier was reportedly shot.
The incident, which occurred at Parliament Hill’s Centre Block, is still ongoing, with authorities searching buildings for the shooter, who is described by eyewitnesses as 5’9-5’10, overweight and wearing a dark jacket. The suspect was reportedly carrying a long gun. Continue reading
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Free Thought Project – by John Vibes
This week, James Johnson, a former Kentucky correctional officer, avoided jail time after he admitted to sexually assaulting dozens of inmates and supplying the prison with drugs.
Johnson worked at the Kentucky Correctional Institute for women in Pewee Valley, where he admittedly ran a drug ring inside the prison, and sexually assaulted a number of the inmates over a prolonged period of time. Continue reading
Express – by Jason Taylor
John Coleman, who co-founded the Weather Channel, shocked academics by insisting the theory of man-made climate change was no longer scientifically credible.
Instead, what ‘little evidence’ there is for rising global temperatures points to a ‘natural phenomenon’ within a developing eco-system.
In an open letter attacking the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, he wrote: “The ocean is not rising significantly. Continue reading
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The Free Thought Project – by Cassandra Rules
An attorney for the family of Misty Holt Singh spoke out on Thursday, asserting that Stockton police used unreasonable force in the July 16th incident when they took the life of this 41 year old mother of two.
Holt-Singh was taken hostage by robbers at Bank of the West in Stockton, California, in front of her 12 year old daughter who was waiting for her in the car.
“Misty was crying,” a witness told KOVR. “She was saying her daughter was alone in the car. She said, ‘I don’t want my daughter to see me coming out with you,’ and they said, ‘Don’t worry, nothing is going to happen,’ and they took her anyway.” Continue reading