The country wants to “Make It New,” one of Gerald Celente’s Top Trends for 2017. For President Trump, he wants to “Make America Great Again.” For Hollywood movie-goers, they want to channel movies like “La La Land” to bring back a realm of jazz and carefree living. Meanwhile, the government continues to take away basic civil liberties for the sake of keeping us safe but can’t keep people from jumping over the White House fence.
What do you believe that almost no one else believes?” This is Peter Thiel’s favorite question when he is interviewing. It helps him find people who think for themselves, something that seems to become more rare every day. For example, look at what Bjorn Lomborg, Matt Ridley, and Michael Crichton have to say about global warming, and then see who else dares say such things. Today we explore the unexplorable.
The March 26th edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion about adverse health effects of trichloroethylene “tce” and other toxic exposures at Camp Lejuene and former Chanute AFB in Rantoul Illinois and VA admission – rule for automatic service connection,. .
Today on The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program wanting to be the first person to wish all his female listeners a very happy and healthy #InternationalWomensDay. After his opening comments Gary covers the latest studies in health and healing like folic acid and what you should be really feeding your pets. Gary also opens up the audio vault for some clips on Honor Diaries- exclusive extended clip. Honor Diaries is the first film to break the silence on ‘honor violence’ against women and girls. Honor Diaries is more than a movie, it is a movement to save women and girls from gender inequality, forced marriages and human rights abuses. Gary also plays CIA DIRECTOR JOHN BRENNAN ADMITS TO CHEMTRAILS. Gary also talks about the breaking news on how the CIA is monitoring you phones and tvs.
Today is part two of Vince’s conversation with former Scout Sniper (USMC), activist, filmmaker and Vince’s main compadre, the great Sergio Alexander Kochergin.
Freedom. It’s a mighty powerful word. But what is it—or, more precisely, what do we understand it to be?
“Updates on NFL’s income redistribution, big bucks for Starbucks CEO, US health data, pension benefits cut, Goldman Sachs in Trump’s govt. Interview of Dr Harriet Fraad on women’s movement economics.”
If these were ordinary times, progressives might get away with casual images of our political opponents. Those who disagree “lack information,” or “remain prejudiced,” or are “gripped by an emotion like hate.” Reassured, we can return to informational outreach or protests or confrontations and hope that makes a difference. These, however, are not ordinary times. I further expect more instability …
n the wake of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the FBI assumes an importance and influence it has not wielded since J. Edgar Hoover’s death in 1972. That is what makes today’s batch of stories from The Intercept, The FBI’s Secret Rules, based on a trove of long-sought confidential FBI documents, so critical: It shines a bright light on the vast powers of this law enforcement …
Updated 2pm EDT: Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee invoked a procedural move called the two-hour rule—which, according to The Hill, prevents “holding committee meetings beyond the first two hours of the Senate’s day”—to push the attorney general vote until Wednesday. The move stalls the controversial confirmation of Sen. Jeff Sessions and came at the same time that Democrats on …