Thanks to the Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals and their recent interpretation of the Plant Protection Act, all U.S. states, counties, and local communitiescan actually ban (or regulate) the planting of any and all commercially-grown genetically engineered crops, no matter what the feds or Monsanto claims about GMO. In short, the DARK ACT is NULLIFIED!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Outgoing Race Baiter and Charlatan Obama states that America has not overcome the legacies of slavery, Jim Crow, colonialism, and racism. Well, Obama, based on your eight years in office, you were more effective as a race baiter than a leader. Perhaps, you should have another ‘Beer Summit?’
Mark Thompson, President and CEO fo the New York Times, wants social media to subsidize the ‘Fake News’ put out by the agenda-driven main stream media. Hey Mark, if you guys actually did your job, you would not need a handout; therefore, go sit and spin.
The ‘significant’ mismatches in the Detroit vote basically resulted in the recount being nullified because people were able to vote up to SIX times. Maybe, if the auditors are awake during the audit, they may actually be able to ‘DIG’ up those Demoncrat voters or Michael Morell’s CIA err… Russian hacking for Hillary?
China flew a nuclear-capable bomber over the South China Sea to send a message to President-elect Donald Trump in regards to Taiwan. Guess they expect Trump to bend over and assume the Obama position in response.
Leaderless, and lacking a strategy, Democratic party officials worry they are not ready for Trump’s first 100 days. Their worst nightmare is that Trump, ever the showman, will define his opening act with little unified resistance.
Hyped up news with an agenda, constant cover-ups, and sadly a lot of fake news and stories about racism that have no truth to them is the norm for the soon to be dead mainstream press. It is now 100% propaganda. No real journalism is being done.
Because of the so-called Russian hacking, Robert Baer of CNN, says we should have another election. If the Democrats believe that the Russians leaked Hillary’s emails via Wikileaks in order to influence the election, a re-vote would be pointless because the leaked material is still out there and the influence is still in effect.
In her attempt to bypass the Freedom of Information Act by having her emails on a private server, Hillary jeopardized the national security of the United States. Plaintiffs, representing the families of those killed in Benghazi, want her to pay for her extremely careless use of a non-secure private email that had information that got people killed. Well Hillary, no one is above the law.
Education officials in New York City are submitting what amounts to “false reports” to those who enforce laws protecting the well-being of children of homeschooling families because they simply will not process the paperwork the families file in a timely fashion.
Overnight, political turmoil migrated to Asia after South Korean lawmakers voted 234-56 to impeach President Park Geun-hye over accusations of bribery, abuse of power and violating her constitutional duties, setting the stage for her to become the country’s first elected leader to be expelled from office in disgrace.
With stocks hitting new all-time highs and the dollar surging, there is trouble brewing below the surface. For one, among S&P 500 stocks, fewer than 70% of them are trading above their 50-day average, and also fewer than 70% are above their 200-day average.
Sorry, U.S. Census Bureau, I.R.S. and St. Louis Federal Reserve – you’re issuing “Russian propaganda” according to The Washington Post’s shoddy “fake news” methodology. Since the list is bogus, the entire story qualifies as “fake news”–exactly what the Post claims to be investigating.
Negative media coverage of Donald Trump was 77 percent during the general election, according to a study released Wednesday by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy. So, was the other 22.9% HEAVILY Negative?
Two days after the Mayor of Dallas filed a lawsuit against the Dallas Police and Fire Pension system to block withdrawals, which he referred to as a “run on the bank” of an “insolvent” pension system in “financial crisis, the Pension’s board has finally taken steps to halt further withdrawals.