Russia’s nuclear deterrent naval group has received a new vessel. The nuclear-powered Vladimir Monomakh submarine was commissioned into the group. On December 19, St. Andrew’s flag was hoisted on the submarine.
While handing over the flag to the commander of the submarine, Deputy Navy Commander Alexander Fedotenkov wished that the flag would never haul before an enemy. Continue reading
The Common Sense Show – by Dave Hodges
The fundamental and fiduciary responsibility that a government has is to protect its people. Not only has the government and its officials miserably failed in this duty, the health policies and related oversight poses the biggest threat to the health, safety and welfare of the American people.
The absolute totality of the full frontal assault that Americans are facing at the hands of government sanctioned entities (i.e. CDC, FDA) is overwhelming in its contemplation. The present American landscape is a war zone and American citizens are the targets for the poisoning of America. Continue reading
Ready Nutrition – by Joshua Krause
Among preppers there is a common argument between those who buy gold and those who don’t. On the one hand, gold has been used as money for thousands of years. It wouldn’t be a stretch of logic to assume that if our current monetary system falls apart, something like gold might pick up the slack.
But on the other hand, gold by itself can’t help you survive. “You can’t eat gold” is a common saying on the other side of the debate, and I can’t disagree. Continue reading
The Daily Sheeple – by Melissa Melton
The New York Police Department has declared “war” after two officers were killed Saturday in their squad car while taking part in an anti-terrorism drill by a gunmen said to be taking revenge for the death of Eric Garner.
The accused Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who reportedly took his own life after the killings, is said to be connected to the Black Guerilla Family prison gang, who police recently warned were gunning for police. Continue reading
Daily News Talks
Details Emerge Of NYPD Cops ‘Assassination’, Baltimore officials’ warning about Ismaaiyl Brinsley’s plan to kill police officers came too late., The warning came just moments too late: A man who had shot his ex-girlfriend a few hours earlier had traveled to New York City and vowed online to shoot two “pigs” in retaliation for the police chokehold death of Eric Garner.
Just minutes before a wanted poster for Ismaaiyl Brinsley arrived in the NYPD’s Real Time Crime Center, he ambushed two officers in their patrol car in broad daylight, fatally shooting them before killing himself inside a subway station. Continue reading
Daily Mail – by KIERAN CORCORAN
A San Francisco sheriff’s deputy allegedly choked and beat a hospital patient who walked with a cane – then lied on the police report to cover his tracks.
Michael Lewelling, 33, was accused of approaching a sleeping man as he started to wake up, knocking away his walking cane, grabbing his neck, then arresting him.
He then filed a police report claiming that the man started the fight by attacking him with the cane, according to authorities, who say surveillance video proves he was lying. Continue reading
WTSP 10 News
Pinellas County, Florida — The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and the Tarpon Springs Police Department are investigating the shooting of a police officer that took place early Sunday morning.
The shooting occurred around 3 a.m. on December 21, at Glen’s Eureka Apartments on Grand Boulevard in Tarpon Springs. Police were originally called out for a noise ordinance complaint as the suspect was banging on residential doors. When police arrived the suspect shot one of the officers and then attempted to flee in a vehicle. Continue reading
At least 73 adults and one minor have been taken into custody by Milwaukee police for blocking interstate highway 43 while protesting the killing of an unarmed and mentally infirm black man by police officer earlier this year.
The I-43 in downtown Milwaukee was completely halted in both directions by approximately 100 protesters at rush hour, about 5:00pm and remained inoperable for about 75 minutes. Continue reading
Fukushima hopes to host some of the events for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo to show the world that the worst days of the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster are behind it.
“We need to set a goal so that we can show how much Fukushima has recovered,” Masao Uchibori, who was elected the new governor of Fukushima Prefecture in October, said Tuesday. Continue reading
MIAMI (AP) — Cuban opposition leaders from the island joined Cuban American politicians and activists on Saturday, pledging to oppose President Barack Obama’s plan to normalize relations with the communist nation and disputing the notion that their community is split by a generational divide.
“The opposition will continue fighting, with or without Barack Obama,” Cuban activist Jorge Luis Garcia Perez, known by his nickname “Antunez,” said to cheers. The gathering at a Little Havana park drew more than 200 people, largely older Cuban exiles who chanted “Obama, traitor!” and waved U.S. and Cuban flags. Some expressed disappointment that the protest was not larger; the demonstrators filled about half the park. Continue reading
The Economic Collapse – by Michael Snyder, February 5, 2013
An immensely powerful international organization that most people have never even heard of secretly controls the money supply of the entire globe. It is called the Bank for International Settlements, and it is the central bank of central banks. It is located in Basel, Switzerland, but it also has branches in Hong Kong and Mexico City. It is essentially an unelected, unaccountable central bank of the world that has complete immunity from taxation and from national laws. Continue reading
Yahoo News – by Kate Pettegrina, Thrillist
One thing that makes the U.S. great: no two states are the same. That diversity leads to distinct strengths and weaknesses, but how can you know what makes North Dakota different from South Dakota, besides a made-up line separating them?
Well, in the interest of showing that every state sucks in some way, we picked out one key area where each is most deficient. This is what every state is the worst at. Continue reading
Reuters – by Joshua Franklin, December 10, 2014
The trial of a former Julius Baer (BAER.VX) banker accused of breaching Swiss banking secrecy laws by handing over confidential data about offshore clients to WikiLeaks was halted on Wednesday after the defendant collapsed.
Rudolf Elmer, a former senior executive at Baer’s Cayman Islands’ office, fainted outside the courtroom in Zurich after earlier complaining of a headache. The 59-year-old, who denies the charges, was taken away by ambulance and a spokesman for the court said it was unclear when his trial would resume. Continue reading