Ruler of Dubai comes to the rescue of stranded tourists

Driving by in his famous Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen – complete with the number plate ‘Dubai No. 1’ – HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, vice president and ruler of Dubai, helped drag them out of the sand. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Putin insists he is not interested in an arms race

The Russian President, who has secured another six years in power after a record election win, said he wanted to use diplomatic channels to settle differences with the West. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Former NBA player’s ex-wife won’t face death if convicted

Sherra Wright, the ex-wife of former NBA player Lorenzen Wright, won’t face the death penalty if convicted of killing him more than seven years ago in Tennessee, a prosecutor said Monday. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Kroger Subsidiary Fred Meyer Ending Firearm, Ammunition Sales

Kroger subsidiary Fred Meyer announced they will no longer sell firearms and ammunition. The superstore has been selling guns and ammo at roughly 45 stores in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. Full Story Here Breitbart March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Charles Manson is cremated following open casket service

Charles Manson, who died aged 83, was cremated after the service in Porterville, CA on Saturday. His funeral was attended by 30 people, including grandson Jason Freeman. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

GOP Rep Goodlatte: Sessions ‘Did the Right Thing’ In Firing Andrew McCabe

House Judiciary Chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) praised Attorney General Jeff Sessions for firing Andrew McCabe from his position as deputy director of the FBI, saying Sessions “did the right thing.” “I think the attorney general did the right thing,” Goodlatte stated on Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures.” “It was the appropriate decision given… Read More

US soldiers killed in helicopter crash in Iraq are named

The seven U.S. soldiers killed in the helicopter crash in Anbar province, western Iraq on Thursday included New York City firefighters Christopher J. Raguso, 39, and Capt. Christopher T. Zanetis. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Billboards call for justice for unarmed man shot in Wichita

Four billboards have gone up in Wichita, Kansas calling for the prosecution of a police officer after he shot and killed Andrew Finch, 28, unarmed man last year during a fake emergency call. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Arizona woman arrested for DUI after daughter calls police

A woman has been arrested on DUI charges after reportedly crashing into a wall with her young daughter in the car in Mohave Valley, Arizona. The child was found walking the streets alone. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Women with larger waists more likely to have children with autism

A Northwestern University study found a clear link between obesity in young women and autism in their children, despite previous studies finding no link. Previous studies used BMI, not waist width. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Zayn Malik snaps up $10.7million New York pad after Gigi split

According to the New York Post , the Pillowtalk hitmaker bought the four-bed 3,957-square-foot penthouse on Greene Street, which is a stone’s throw from his fashion star ex’s Bond Street condo. Full Story Here Daily Mail March 19, 2018 7:39 pm Support Us

Watch: IDF Destroys Gaza Terror Tunnels

The Israeli military on Sunday announced that it destroyed two attack tunnels, one that entered Israeli territory and another inside the central Gaza Strip, the latest in a series of underground structures have been demolished by Israel in recent months. Full Story Here Breitbart March 19, 2018 7:25 pm Support Us

Dem Sen Van Hollen: ‘The President Is Acting Very Guilty’

Sunday on MSNBC’s “Kasie DC,” Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) chair Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) accused President Donald Trump of being “paranoid” and “acting very guilty” by going after FBI special counsel Robert Mueller on Twitter. The Mueller probe should never have been started in that there was no collusion and there was no… Read More

Trump’s Latest “Deal”: Sell Syria to Saudi Arabia for $4 Billion

WASHINGTON DC – This week, as Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman (MBS) meets with top White House officials, reports have surfaced that Syria will be a key part of foreign policy discussions between the Trump administration and Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler. According to the Washington Post, President Trump – in a bid to remove the estimated… Read More

How Unarmed Civilians Stopped Violent Sinhala Buddhist Mobs in Sri Lanka

On March 4th, Sinhala Buddhist mobs began sweeping through Sri Lanka’s Kandy district, hurling petrol bombs at Muslim-owned houses, shops and mosques. The attacks came as a shock, as Sri Lanka has not seen violence on this scale in nearly a decade. The government deployed thousands of security forces, armed with automatic weapons, tear gas and… Read More

US Imposes Sanctions Against Venezuela’s Petro Cryptocurrency

U.S. President Donald Trump has announced fresh sanctions against Venezuela’s fledgling Petro cryptocurrency, which was launched specifically to help stabilize the Latin American nation’s economy. The blockade, due to be signed and implemented today, restricts the use of Petros in U.S. financial transactions, McClatchy reports. Trump and other critics have claimed the Petro, backed by Venezuela’s oil reserves – the largest in the world – is unreliable. Yet in presales alone, Venezuela has already made… Read More

R.I.P. Jared Kushner: A Political Obituary for the President’s Son-in-Law

Here we are a little more than a year into the Trump presidency and his administration’s body count is already, as The Donald might put it, “unbelievable, perhaps record-setting.” Among the casualties are Secretary of State Rex Tillerson; my former boss at Goldman Sachs, economic policy chief Gary Cohn; National Security Advisor Michael Flynn; FBI Director James… Read More

Oklahoma Moves Forward with Execution by Nitrogen Gas Chamber

Oklahoma will execute prisoners using an experimental method never before attempted anywhere in the world: nitrogen hypoxia. Mike Hunter, the state’s attorney general, and Joe M. Allbaugh, the director of the department of corrections, announced Oklahoma will asphyxiate prisoners by locking them in a chamber that will fill with a physiologically inert gas, such as… Read More

Israel’s “Zionism’s Flagship Bill” Institutionalizes Apartheid

The Israeli Knesset is fast-tracking a “nation-state bill” which opposition groups have denounced as “institutionalizing the apartheid regime”. Knesset members approved the final draft of the bill defining Israel exclusively as a nation for Jews. The “Zionism’s flagship bill”, as it’s been described by Israeli politicians, will permit Jewish-only communities and mark a dangerous turning… Read More

What Standing Rock Gave the World

At the height of the movement at Standing Rock, Indigenous teens half a world away in Norway were tattooing their young bodies with an image of a black snake. Derived from Lakota prophecy, the creature had come to represent the controversial Dakota Access pipeline for the thousands of water protectors determined to try to stop… Read More

An Open Invitation: Women’s March on the Pentagon

In direct response to ongoing military aggression and mind boggling increases in military funding that pass with bipartisan support in the United States, as well as the absence of the issue of war in the popular Women’s Marches held in 2017 and 2018, anti-war activists are calling for a Women’s March on the Pentagon, akin… Read More

A Lack of Candor: Andrew Mccabe and the War on (Or In) the FBI?

The explanation from Andrew McCabe that he was fired merely due to his staunch support of his former boss and mentor, FBI Director James Comey, and the “Russiagate” investigation,  does not pass the smell test. Similar to the one that mainstream corporate media is spinning, McCabe’s explanation almost totally ignores the fact that it was… Read More

Trump lawyer claims up to $20m in damages

The Friday court filing seeks to move Daniels’ case from a state-level court to federal court in Los Angeles. Full Story Here Infowars March 17, 2018 8:52 am Support Us

Pentagon discloses new firefight in Niger

The firefight followed a deadly ambush on U.S. and Nigerien troops that killed four Americans and five Nigeriens Full Story Here Infowars March 17, 2018 8:38 am Support Us

YouTube Deputizes Wikipedia in Bid to Police ‘Conspiracy Theories’

AUSTIN, TEXAS – YouTube is apparently planning to deputize crowd-sourced online encyclopedia Wikipedia in a bid to combat the spread of disinformation, according to its CEO Susan Wojcicki. “When there are videos that are focused around something that’s a conspiracy — and we’re using a list of well-known internet conspiracies from Wikipedia — then we… Read More

Betraying the Bolivarian Revolution: Vichy Journalism at teleSUR English

QUITO, ECUADOR (Special Report) — Rita Anaya was a 25-year-old graduate student living in southern California when Venezuelan activists invited her to travel to their homeland for the first time in 2007. Her initial response, she freely acknowledges now, was one of ambivalence, but when you’re the daughter of a Chicano farmworker and a Jewish… Read More

15 Years On, the Staggering Death Toll in Iraq Keeps Climbing

March 19 marks 15 years since the U.S.-UK invasion of Iraq in 2003, and the American people have no idea of the enormity of the calamity the invasion unleashed. The U.S. military has refused to keep a tally of Iraqi deaths. General Tommy Franks, the man in charge of the initial invasion, bluntly told reporters,… Read More

Report Reveals White Supremacists Are Taking Hate Offline and Onto the Streets

The rise of far-right extremism on the shadowy corners of the internet is a legitimate concern for those who value tolerance, peace and progress. Now a new study from the ADL’s Center for Extremism reports that radical white nationalist organizations are not content simply to congregate online; increasingly, they are spewing their hatred in traditional, highly visible public… Read More

New Law Could Send Armed Secret Service Agents to Polling Places

SECRET SERVICE PROTECTION AT POLLING PLACES. This section shall not prevent any officer or agent of the United States Secret Service from providing armed protective services authorized under section 3056 or pursuant to a Presidential memorandum at any place where a general or special election is held. [emphasis added]– H.R. 2825, section 4012 The single sentence above, which… Read More

American PR Firm Defends Its Role in Saudi Arabia’s Corruption Crackdown

A public relations (PR) firm hired by Saudi Arabia has defended its work briefing the media on the country’s anti-corruption crackdown after the New York Times reported claims that detainees were physically abused and coerced into handing over their assets. APCO Worldwide, a US-headquartered firm, was hired by the Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information… Read More

This St. Patrick’s Day, Don’t Forget to Celebrate Irish Resistance

On last year’s St. Patrick’s Day, progressives of Irish ancestry organized the first “Irish Stand” rally at Riverside Church in New York City to protest the xenophobic and racist policies of the Trump administration. The rally represented an energizing shift in Irish American social consciousness back toward an original culture of resistance. This year’s Irish Stand… Read More

Under New Deal, Palestinians to Be Offered Less Than Half of West Bank

Having announced his intention to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in December of last year, reversing years of U.S. policy and violating international law, President Donald Trump seems determined to further rub salt in the wound. He announced weeks ago that the new embassy would open on May 15. No more… Read More

Britain’s Not So Distant History of State Sponsored Assassinations

With the eyes of the world focused on the alleged nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal, the Russian who worked as a British double-agent before being exiled to the UK in 2010, since he and his daughter were found slumped on a Salisbury public bench last Sunday, one can’t help but notice the hypocritical reaction… Read More

The State Department’s Future Under CIA Leadership

I wonder how Rex Tillerson feels about being the first high-level federal official to be fired publically and online, in one brutal tweet. I’m sure he expected the hammer to come down on him, but not like that. And I wonder if he will come forward to describe what led up to it. Unlikely, as… Read More

Palestine Faces Genocide – Israel Deserves Its Pariah Status

Opinion — Zionist fulminations against the evocative A-word will now have to contend with the ignoble G-word. That Israel is an Apartheid entity is now indisputable, with international institutions and academics declaring it to be a crime against humanity. To this must now be added the increasingly obvious fact that the Palestinians are facing Genocide… Read More

Britain Is Manufacturing A Nerve Agent Case for ‘Action’ Against Russia

On Monday, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that former Russian spy, Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia, were poisoned with “a military-grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia” known as ‘Novichok’. The chemical agent was identified by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory at Porton Down. May referred to the British government’s “knowledge that Russia… Read More

Trump’s Tainted CIA Nominations Recall Failure to Prosecute Bush-Era Torture

President Donald Trump’s nominations of Gina Haspel to lead the CIA and Mike Pompeo to be America’s top diplomat are the latest indications of steadily eroding human rights standards in the United States and the rollback of the rule of law that has characterized U.S. counterterrorism policies since Sept. 11, 2001. Haspel, a CIA operative… Read More

Trump’s Pentagon Clamps Down on Secrecy Around US Air Wars

The US has quietly stepped up secrecy over its air wars in Afghanistan and Yemen since President Donald Trump entered office. The American Civil Liberties Union called the new practices – discovered by the Bureau through interviews with past and present US military officials – “deeply disturbing”. Towards the end of the Obama administration, US military officials began to… Read More

As Facebook Grows Cold and Stale, Young Users Flock to New Platforms

MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA — Is social media giant Facebook headed for the same ignoble fate as its now-extinct predecessors, Friendster and MySpace? The prospect of the reigning social media champ’s demise shouldn’t be exaggerated, but recent data digital market research company eMarketer suggests that the platform’s popularity is reaching a point of stagnation among younger users,… Read More