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Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Sells For Paltry $22 Million After $100M Listing

The late ‘King of Pop’ Michael Jackson’s iconic (but more recently notorious and infamous) 2,700 acre Neverland Ranch has sold for $22 million after it initially listed in 2015 for $100 million.  According to the Wall Street Journal this week, public records reveal it’s been bought by former Jackson business associate and billionaire Ron Burkle. Jackson…

Michael Jordan’s New Golf Course Uses Drone To Deliver Beer To Golfers

By Tyler Durden Michael Jordan’s new golf course in Florida is the latest example of robots, drones, and the uncertain future of work for humans. The course, called The Grove XXIII, has opted to deliver snacks and beer to golfers via a drone. Traditionally, food and beverages on courses are delivered to golfers on refreshment…

Why Michael Morell Cannot Be CIA Director

Authored by Ray McGovern via ConsortiumNews.com, As President-elect Joe Biden names his cabinet and other chief advisers, what has escaped wide attention is the fact that none of his hawkish national security advisers — except for his nominee for defense secretary, Gen. Lloyd Austin — has served in the military. Former CIA Deputy Director Michael…

Michael Jordan’s New Golf Course Uses Drone To Deliver Beer To Golfers

Michael Jordan’s new golf course in Florida is the latest example of robots, drones, and the uncertain future of work for humans.  The course, called The Grove XXIII, has opted to deliver snacks and beer to golfers via a drone.  Traditionally, food and beverages on courses are delivered to golfers on refreshment golf carts, operated…

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…

Trump Plans To Pardon Michael Flynn: Report

President Trump plans to pardon his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty in December 2017 to lying to the FBI about contacts with the former Russian ambassador during the 2016 presidential transition – only to have the Justice Department drop the case after Flynn’s attorney, Sidney Powell, fought for the release of…