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FBI Asks Pro-Trump Statistician To Share Findings Into Illegal Ballots

  The FBI – which President Trump on Sunday suggested may be ‘involved’ in election fraud – has asked former Trump data chief Matt Braynard to share his findings on possible illegal ballots cast in the 2020 election. According to Braynard, who runs the Voter Integrity Project, “The @FBI has proactively and directly requested from…

Fish Raised in Industrial Farms – Bad for Humans and the Environment

By B.N. Frank You want to eat fish. Unfortunately, according to research, fish from American waters have been significantly affected by pollution. Fish from industrial fish farms have been severely compromised by the farmers themselves. From Children’s Health Defense via Dr. Mercola: Industrial Fish Farms Threaten Human Health and Environment An increasing amount of fish…

OPEC+ Fails To Agree On Output Hike Ahead Of Big Meeting With UAE, Kazakhstan Opposed

One day before a crucial OPEC meeting which could determine if oil trades above $50 or back under $40 in the coming weeks, a panel of OPEC+ ministers failed to reach an agreement on whether to delay January’s oil-output increase, leaving the matter unresolved before tomorrow’s meeting. According to Bloomberg – which cited an anonymous…

Survey: 85% of Pharmaceutical Firms Paid Penalties (Totaling Billions) and Most Engaged in Illegal Activities for 4 or More Years

By B.N. Frank The “Opioid Crisis” isn’t the only scandal perpetrated by Big Pharma, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and unethical doctors. Thanks to Children’s Health Defense for alerting us to more Big Pharma corruption. Big Pharma Paid Billions in Penalties for Illegal Practices, Study Shows The peer-reviewed study found that 85% of the…

New Mexico Public Schools Are Missing Over 12,000 Students

Authored by Linnea Johnson via The Organic Prepper blog, Public schools have had a chance to evaluate student attendance data and have found “missing students” between the Spring and Fall semesters of this school year.  You might ask why they are suddenly so concerned about this fact. Is it because they are concerned about students…

Law Review Addresses Legal and Social Challenges of “Internet of Bodies” and “Internet of Things”

By B.N. Frank Experts have warned for years about serious privacy and security risks associated with Internet of Things (IoT) technology (see 1, 2). Reports about medical implants and utility “Smart” Meters being extremely vulnerable are beyond scary. Experts have also warned about the serious privacy, security, and social implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications…

In Sudden Reversal, de Blasio Announces NYC To Reopen Elementary Schools, Phase Out Hybrid Learning

NYC mayor Bill de Blasio may still doesn’t have a plan for reopening NYC’s schools, but that’s not going to stop him from sending hundreds of thousands of elementary school students back into the classrooms starting early next month. While Middle Schools and High Schools will remain closed, elementary schools will reopen immediately abruptly abandoning…

Public and Media Excluded from Global RadioFrequency Radiation (RF) Health Briefing

An international briefing on RF health research, known as GLORE 2020, was held online, November 9-12, featuring updates on the second phase of the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) project and the Japanese-Korean partial repeat. The WHO presented a status report on ten ongoing systematic reviews of RF health effects. Government and industry representatives from…

Guggenheim To Invest Up To $530 Million In Bitcoin After Roubini Twitter Meltdown

After relentlessly climbing from its March $4,900 lows, Bitcoin finally saw a modest selloff last week after rising 285% from its lows and 160% since the start of the year prompting even establishment banks such as Deutsche Bank to include it in its grouping of key asset categories… … leading to the now traditional kneejerk…

Was the Constitution Defeated By Endless Wars? Interview With Michael Maharrey

November 29, 2020 By Michael Maharrey I recently appeared on the Conflicts of Interest podcast hosted by Kyle Anzalone to talk about the pernicious impacts of America’s endless, unconstitutional wars. Kyle and I discussed the ongoing U.S. military actions in Yemen and Somalia and their constitutional ramifications. We discussed constitutional war powers, how Congress has…

Market Risk Elevated Heading Into Distribution Season

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Despite three consecutive Monday announcements of “potential vaccines,” an agreement by President Trump to allow the “Biden Transition” to begin, and a holiday-shortened trading week that left the “inmates in charge of the asylum,” the market hasn’t done much with it. As of Friday, the market is only about 1.62% higher than it was three…

Assassination of Iranian Scientist Brings US-Israel Closer to War with Iran

By Brian Berletic Reports on the death of senior Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh signals another dangerous turn in Washington’s systematic attempts to undermine and overthrow the current government of Iran. The Western media is framing the assassination as a unilateral operation carried out by Israel with The New York Times in an article titled,…

Iran’s ‘Retaliation’ Begins: Parliament Votes To Raise Uranium Enrichment To 20%

Via AlMasdarNews.com, On Sunday, the Iranian parliament voted by an overwhelming majority on the draft law about “strategic measures to abolish sanctions,” which includes raising uranium enrichment to 20%. The law includes restoring the old design of the Arak heavy water reactor. The parliamentary meeting was attended by 232 deputies out of 246, and they…

1 In 13 Of All US Nursing Home Residents Have Died Of COVID-19

Authored by Kenny Stancil via CommonDreams.org, As of the last week of November, Covid-19 has claimed the lives of more than 100,000 people who live and work in long-term care facilities in the United States, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation’s latest analysis of state-reported data. The following chart depicts the growth in Covid-19 deaths among nursing…

Hungary And Poland Create The Unbridgeable Gap Of The Great Reset

Authored by Tom Luongo via Gold, Goats, ‘n Guns blog, There comes a point where negotiation becomes surrender. Those actively undermining you will always demand more than their right. Those behind the Great Reset have been creating no-win situations for voters for decades to this exact end. Over the summer Hungary’s Viktor Orban and Poland’s…

Azerbaijani Troops Enter Largest Armenian Gold Mine

Submitted by SouthFront.org, This week, the Armenian leadership has reached an unprecedented height in its state management achievements. Prime Minsiter Nikol Pashinayan and his government did not stop at the successful campaign to undermine the Armenian regional position and the loss in the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War. Now, they are losing their largest gold mine, which…

“Washington Is Exhausted”: Swamp Gears Up For Post-Trump Power Orgy

Washington elites are breathing a sigh of relief, as power players on both sides of the aisle gear up for ‘business as usual’ following a four-year disruption in swamp-activities – thanks to one Donald J. Trump, whose perhaps prematurely anticipated departure from the Oval Office has the DC establishment licking their chops. “The classic friendly-rivals…

“I Want To Build A World Where Someone Like Me Is Impossible” – Meet The Trust Fund Brats Trying To Destroy Capitalism

Roughly 18 months have passed since New York Magazine published a cover story declaring that, in the age of President Trump, all the new “it” kids in Brooklyn (we use the term “kids” loosely; most are well into their 30s) are avowed socialists. As the reporter explains, the new generation of Brooklyn cool kids have…

The 2021 Liquidity Supernova: Step Aside Fed – US Treasury Will Unleash $1.3 Trillion In Liquidity

One of the most poignant (and painful to some) lessons of the past decade – especially to contrarian, bearish investors such as Odey and Horseman – is that the Fed can keep print money far longer than any short can remain solvent. And while it was considered in poor taste until earlier this year to…

Cali Mansion Once Listed For $100 Million Sells For “Only” $48.4 Million

Today in “a look into a luxury real estate market you will never likely participate in” news… A famous L.A. mansion called “Opus” that was once listed for $100 million and has been on the market for over three years has finally sold – at a more than 50% haircut. The 20,000 square foot mansion…