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Nov 29 07:52

FaceBook and PolitiFact ADMITS that Joe Biden didn’t win!!! They also admit to censoring Candace Owens. Why is the media and Big Tech lying to the American people?

Nov 29 07:50

Bette Midler: Doctors Should Sue over SCOTUS Protecting Rights of ‘Super Spreader’ Churches, Synagogues

Bette Midler wants doctors and nurses to sue over the Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 ruling confirming the First Amendment rights of people to gather for religious purposes. The Hollywood star said that these “super spreader” events will eventually become a burden on health-care workers.

On Monday, Midler tweeted her disbelief that the high court is allowing people to gather in houses of worship.

“Packing the Supreme Court really works, but for whom? Why do the religious get to gather in super spreader groups, if they will sicken rest of us?” she wrote. “And when they get sick why should any stressed out health-care worker be forced to look after them? Doctors and nurses should sue.”

The Hocus Pocus star made no mention of the Black Lives Matter demonstrations and riots that have taken place in cities across the country, bringing together thousands of protestors in close proximity during the coronavirus pandemic.

Nov 29 07:48

Report: A ‘Young, Queer Asian-American Businesswoman’ Will Control Free Speech on Twitter

Tech news site Protocol published a profile recently of Christine Su, the senior product manager for conversational safety at Twitter. Su’s approach to the platform’s censorship will focus on “transformative and procedural justice.”

Tech news site Protocol recently published an article titled “How a Young, Queer Asian-American Businesswoman is Rethinking User Safety at Twitter,” which profiles Christine Su, Twitter’s senior product manager for conversational safety. Su describes herself as an “activist-entrepreneur” who spent six-year running a startup called PastureMap that aimed to help ranchers plan climate-friendly grazing practices.

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Nov 29 07:47

RAF scrambles Typhoon jets to intercept two Russian Bear aircraft spotted near UK airspace in the North Sea

RAF Typhoons intercepted a pair of anti-submarine TU-142 Bear F aircraft today
The Russian craft were skirting UK airspace over the North Sea around 9am
An RAF Voyager jet joined the Typhoons to provide them with air-to-air refuelling
Fellow NATO aircraft were also involved in today's surveillance operation

Nov 29 07:46

The Ominous Sign Of Things To Come: Biden Places This Deal At Top Of 'First Move' Wishlist

Here we are in the middle of a once-in-a-half-century pandemic, with the economy crushed, millions of people jobless, and tension on the streets of our cities. And President-elect Joe Biden says that one of his leading priorities as president will be to reenter the Paris climate accord.

President Trump kept his "put America first" word and pulled the United States out of this Obama-era treaty. Biden wants us back in.

Why? Paris is an absolute failure, Many say so, National Geographic for example, a supporter of climate change action, recently ran the numbers and revealed in its recent headline: "Most countries aren't hitting 2030 climate goals." That's putting it mildly. Most haven't even got to half of their promised target for emissions reductions.

Nov 29 07:46

Next Step in Government Data Tracking Is the Internet of Things

U. S. government agencies from the military to law enforcement have been buying up mobile-phone data from the private sector to use in gathering intelligence, monitoring adversaries and apprehending criminals.

Now, the U.S. Air Force is experimenting with the next step.

Nov 29 07:45

Facebook Censorship Algos Go Haywire, Blocking Ads From Struggling Legitimate Businesses As "Hate Speech"

In what is definitely some type of Karmic payback for social media companies now appending some type of label to what seems like every other post nowadays, Facebook just found out that its super-duper censoring algorithm also banned advertisements from some struggling businesses, mistaking them as hate speech.

We love it when a plan comes together.

One woman, Ruth Harrigan, who advertises on Facebook to sell her honey and beeswax-based products, told Bloomberg she thought she missed out on an estimated $5,000 in revenue after Facebook mistakenly banned her ads right before black Friday.

She said: “I was getting a little anxious thinking, ‘Oh my God, Black Friday is around the corner, most of my sales for the year happen in November and December and that’s it,'. I said, ‘If I’m shut down any longer than this, it’ll cripple me.’”

Nov 29 07:45

'Stop all the Christmas ads, Barbour has nailed it!' Shoppers praise brand's 'brilliant' festive campaign for its heartwarming tale on sustainability

Barbour's Christmas campaign focuses on heart-warming tale on sustainability
Film follows boy whose dog has chewed his father’s beloved Barbour wax jacket
Boy writes to Father Christmas to say that he doesn’t want a present this yea

Nov 29 07:44


An American working for the CIA died this week of injuries from a terrorist attack in Mogadishu, Somalia, according to two people with knowledge of the attack. He is the first American known to be killed as a result of violence in the capital since the disastrous 1993 Black Hawk Down battle.

Michael Goodboe, a 54-year-old former Navy SEAL who worked for the CIA’s paramilitary unit, died after succumbing to injuries from an improvised explosive device, according to the two sources. The two sources requested anonymity because of the sensitivity around the attack and because they were not authorized to disclose Goodboe’s death.

The attack that killed Goodboe was presumed to have been conducted by al-Shabab, an Al Qaeda affiliated group engaged in a decadelong insurgency, though the details remain unclear. One of the people familiar with the attack said Goodboe was flown to Germany, where the U.S. has a military hospital, and later died of his injuries.

Nov 29 07:42

Iran’s revenge for slain nuclear scientist could include missiles on Eilat

Analysis: Although the regime in Tehran is enraged by the brazen killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, it will most likely not react in a way that would destroy ties with the Biden administration before they even began, opting instead for more 'creative' alternatives

Nov 29 07:41

Iran newspaper: Strike Haifa if Israel killed scientist

According the hardline Kayhan newspaper an attack on Israel's northern city must be greater than Iran’s ballistic missile strike against American troops in Iraq following the killing of Soleimani by the U.S. in January

Nov 29 07:39

Belleville mayor has coronavirus antibodies, believes he had COVID-19 months ago

Belleville Mayor Michael Melham said he has tested positive for coronavirus antibodies, adding that he believes he was sick with the virus in November — more than a month before doctors in China first reported cases of the new disease.

Melham said he was sick toward the end of November and suffered from chills, hallucinations and a "skyrocketing temperature" after he left the League of Municipalities Conference in Atlantic City.

"It felt as if I was an addict going through withdrawal," Melham said in a press release. "I didn’t know what was happening to me. I never felt that I could be so sick."

The first known case of the coronavirus in the United States was in January and involved a West Coast man who had been in China's Wuhan Province. Health experts now say the coronavirus may have been quietly circulating in the United States in January and February, when testing was rare. None have pushed the timeline back as far as November, however.

Nov 29 07:25

Global Debt approaching $280 Trillion by Year-end.

Nov 29 07:23

‘Sovereign citizen’ property seizure attempts reported in Seattle, other states

North Seatle police say that groups of people claiming to be “sovereign citizens” are knocking on residents’ doors and attempting to take their homes.

“Their group believes they own all of the land between Alaska and Argentina and all the islands in between,” Edmonds Police Sargent Josh McClure.

Nov 29 07:21

Off-grid power and your survival plans

Modern society is highly addicted to electricity. As technology has increased, we have found more and more ways to use electricity, having it do more and more for us. Today, there is little that any of us do, either at home or in the workplace, which doesn’t involve the use of electricity.

Yet the electric grid that brings that electricity to our homes and places of business is the most fragile part of our infrastructure. As time goes on, it only becomes more fragile, with many power plants, transmission lines and sub-stations having already outlived their 50 year expected lifespan. While replacement of outdated equipment is a constantly ongoing process, it never seems to keep up with needs.

Nov 29 07:19

UAE cabinet approves new cybersecurity body, climate change envoy

DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates on Sunday approved the establishment of a new national cybersecurity council, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Prime Minister and Vice-President and ruler of Dubai, said on Twitter.

Nov 29 07:18

Colombia must restart aerial fumigation to fight drug trafficking, defense minister says

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia must restart aerial fumigation of coca with the herbicide glyphosate as soon as possible to reduce cocaine production, income for illegal armed groups, massacres and the killings of human rights activists, the defense minister said.

Nov 29 07:06

Black firefighters in North Carolina call for their chief to quit claiming he failed to investigate racism including two white captains who talked about running over George Floyd demonstrators

A group of black firefighters in North Carolina are calling for the chief of Winston-Salem's department to be fired for failing to respond to accusations of racism within his force.

Nov 29 07:05

Ransomware attack on online classes forces Baltimore public schools to close on Monday and Tuesday with 115,000 pupils told to stay home

Baltimore County's school system is to stay closed on Monday and Tuesday after being hit with a ransomware attack which hit its network systems last week.

Nov 29 07:03

Student is kicked out of Texas sorority for 'unsisterly' conduct after posting TikTok from pro-Trump rally of 'All Lives Matter' signs

A student at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) claims that she was kicked out of her sorority after posting pro-Trump content on her TikTok account.

Nov 29 07:01

Another CA Dem Bites The Dust

Nov 29 07:00

Sources: New Orleans Saints fined $500K, lose pick for not wearing masks during Week 9 postgame celebrations

At a time when the Denver Broncos have lost their quarterbacks, the New Orleans Saints have lost a draft pick.

Nov 29 06:57

Afghanistan car bombing kills at least 30 security force personnel

KABUL (Reuters) - A car bombing in the Afghanistan’s central province of Ghazni killed at least 30 Afghan security force members on Sunday, officials said, and casualties could increase given the intensity and location of the blast.

Nov 29 06:53

Fears of climate change 'apocalypse' are stopping young people having children and 60 percent say they are worried their kids could ADD to the crisis, new study claims

Climate change is stopping young people from having children because they fear their offspring will contribute to global warming, a new study has uncovered.

Nov 29 06:43

5 Healthiest Habits of People Who Don't Age

Hey, you, over there, obsessing over losing those last few pounds, or what cream to buy for that darn wrinkle that seemed to appear out of nowhere. We hope you won't mind if we point out that you might be wasting your valuable time, according to science writer Marta Zaraska.

Nov 29 06:40

Black Friday turns red: At least 14 are shot in New York City over the Thanksgiving holiday as gun violence soars 96%

At least 11 New Yorkers were shot on Black Friday and three on Thanksgiving Day as gun violence continued to embroil the city over the holiday weekend.

Nov 29 06:40

Man, 19, is arrested after being filmed posting swastika stickers around California town

A California man, 19, has been arrested after being caught sticking swastikas stickers around town by a 21-year-old resident who confronted him on camera.

Nov 29 06:36

New Jersey high school teachers are investigated after 'making homophobic comments about colleague on Zoom'

Two teachers in Bergen County, New Jersey are being probed after allegedly making homophobic remarks about a colleague in the chat section of a Zoom class on Wednesday.

Nov 29 06:35

Archbishop Wilton Gregory, 72, becomes the first African American cardinal during Vatican ceremony- after criticizing Trump and saying he hopes to work with fellow Catholic Joe Biden

Pope Francis today elevated the first African American to cardinal in a formal ceremony at the Vatican.

Nov 29 06:19

A drink company is selling a $5,500 outdoor bubble tent - stocked with seating, a sound system, and cocktails - for people to experience the bar scene without leaving home

A rising COVID-19 risk is keeping many people home from bars these days — but one clever drink company is giving customers the chance to enjoy the trendy bar scene without leaving home.

Nov 29 06:18

Rioting erupts in French cities after police use tear gas and batons to break up crowds protesting against police brutality

Rioting erupted in major French cities including Paris on Saturday as thousands demonstrated against a new law making it illegal to film the police.

Nov 29 06:14

A Perfect Storm Is Brewing: Stock Market Crash Like No Other Coming In Weeks Or Months

Nov 29 05:50

Pennsylvania judge backs Trump claims over mail-in ballots

After a Pennsylvania Judge blocked the state from ‘taking any further steps’ to complete the certification of the presidential race on Wednesday – she dropped a detailed opinion on Friday justifying her decision, which concludes that the state’s changes to mail-in balloting procedures were likely illegal.

The order is currently delayed while the state Supreme Court considers the case on an expedited basis, which was filed by a group of Republicans who argued that the state’s changes to mail-in voting, Act 77, violated the commonwealth’s constitution.

Nov 29 05:50

How To Spot The End Of An Excess Phase

Nov 29 05:27

We are so nearly out of our captivity, we can see the sunlit upland pastures ahead... but if we try to jump the fence now, we will tangle ourselves in the last barbed wire, writes PRIME MINISTER BORIS JOHNSON

We can't blow it now. We can’t just throw it all away – not when freedom is in sight. We have worked too hard, lost too many, sacrificed too much, just to see our efforts incinerated in another volcanic eruption of the virus.

Nov 29 05:23

Shocking moment Mustang FLIPS in road rage confrontation with truck-driving Trump supporter in Los Angeles

Video shows a Jeep and a convertible, both flying Trump flags, stopped at a crosswalk in Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles, on Saturday
Pair are joined by a black car, and the driver is seen arguing with the Trump supporters in the convertible

Nov 29 04:47

Sell signal? Investors are too greedy

Nov 29 04:10

When the music stops, the party will end quickly

Nov 29 01:50

More than 2.5m people in England to get free vitamin D supply

More than 2.5 million people in England are to be offered a free supply of vitamin D by the government, officials have said.

Care homes in England will automatically receive supplies of the supplement for their residents in plans announced on Saturday. People on the clinically extremely vulnerable list will be sent a letter offering them the chance to opt in for a supply to their homes.

The free deliveries will start in January, providing four months’ worth of vitamin D to up to 2.7 million people.

Public Health England (PHE) advises everyone to take 10 microgrammes of vitamin D a day between October and early March, particularly the elderly, people who do not go outside and those with dark skin.

November 28, 2020

Nov 28 22:42

Report: Public School Enrollment Dropping Across The Country

Fewer students are enrolled in public schools across the country amidst the coronavirus pandemic, according to data released by various states and public school districts.

Nov 28 22:39

BLM leader blasts Joe Biden for capitalizing on defund the police, vows to block Eric Garcetti from cabinet position

A founding member of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation has slammed Joe Biden, and accused the former vice president of capitalizing on the defund the police movement, according to the Daily Wire.

Dr. Melina Abdullah, the lead organizer of BLMGNF's

Nov 28 22:38

Facebook fact-checker forced to issue correction after Candace Owens challenged 'false' rating

Political commentator Candace Owens challenged a "false" rating from a third-party Facebook fact-checker and she won.

Nov 28 22:36

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Don BLM Shirts And Kneel For National Anthem On Foreign Soil

During pregame warmups, the team came out of the locker room wearing shirts emblazoned with “Black Lives Matter,” and nearly every team member kneeled as the national anthem played, according to ESPN.

Nov 28 22:25

New Details Emerge About Operation That Eliminated Iranian Nuclear Weapons Scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh

New details emerged on Saturday about the targeted killing of Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who top U.S. and Israel intelligence officials say was behind Iran’s clandestine nuclear weapons program.

Nov 28 22:20

Christmas canceled? Dr. Fauci says COVID surge means Christmas won't be 'any different' than Thanksgiving

First it was Thanksgiving, now it's Christmas.

According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, if the trajectory of coronavirus cases continues to surge, then Americans should skip their Christmas celebrations this year.

Nov 28 19:17

EXCLUSIVE: President Trump Is After the Individual or Individuals Who Voted Illegally in Wisconsin

This morning we showed absentee votes in Wisconsin that all had the same initials “MLW”. More than 2,000 of these votes were found. This afternoon the President tweeted that the recount in Wisconsin was about finding the people who voted illegally.

Nov 28 12:48


Nov 28 12:00

It could be worse! Hilarious snaps of mishaps reveal there's always someone who's more down on their luck than you

People from all over the world shared pictures of very bad day they were having
One unlucky person managed to stick their eyelid into the zipper of their jacket
Another showed what happened when a tub of fresh paint emptied in their car

Nov 28 11:57

Hundreds of Florida renters evicted during pandemic despite CDC order

"...Nicole Kelley felt confident when she dialed into her eviction hearing in late September.

A Lyft driver whose income had dropped off during the pandemic, she had submitted to the court a copy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention form in which she swore, under penalty of perjury, that she fit the criteria to be protected from eviction until 2021.

But the hearing lasted five minutes, and she felt like the judge barely acknowledged the form. A few weeks later, her landlord texted to say she had to be out in three days. She sat on the floor of her Brandon rental duplex and cried..."

Xmas w/o borders
Nov 28 11:49

Pennsylvania Republicans File Resolution To Delay Election Certification, Declare 2020 Election ‘In Dispute’

The resolution, signed by 21 members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, disputes the 2020 election results for state and national contests. The resolution lays out numerous requirements from the Pennsylvania Election Code, including a requirement that “all mail-in ballots to be received by eight o’clock P.M. on the day of the election” and a prohibition on the “counting of defective absentee or mail-in ballots.”

Nov 28 11:42

US tourist who stole ancient artifact from Rome museum in 2017 and gifted it to her boyfriend RETURNS it with letter apologizing 'for being such an American a*****e'

National Roman Museum received package containing piece of ancient marble
Marble had writing on it which read: 'To Sam, (heart) Jess, Rome 2017'
Package contained letter from the sender who apologized for stealing artifact

Nov 28 11:39

Media Fawn Over News Biden Will Be Getting Cat For White House

CBS reported the story as an “exclusive.” Multiple Washington Post writers were more excited about this than they were for the first steps toward peace in the Middle East in decades.

Nov 28 11:38

GRAHAM: Biden: Not Quite As Adored As Obama

President-elect Joe Biden came out with his first Cabinet picks before Thanksgiving, and the media were falling all over themselves

Nov 28 11:36

American oil executives known as the 'Citgo 6' sentenced between 8 and 13 years in prison in Venezuela

A group of American oil executives known as the "Citgo 6" have been found guilty of corruption in Venezuela, three years after being arrested in the socialist nation shortly after they arrived for a purported business meeting.

Nov 28 11:11

VIDEO: BBQ restaurant owner defies COVID-19 lockdown, arrested, hit with 13 charges and fines; supporters stand with him

The owner of a barbecue restaurant in Canada remained open during the coronavirus pandemic, and defied government lockdown orders. Adam Skelly, the owner of Adamson Barbecue in Etobicoke, was arrested on Thursday and dragged away in handcuffs in front of a crowd that gathered to show support of his defiance of coronavirus restrictions.

Nov 28 11:02

Top Government scientist says there is 'enough' data to approve Oxford's Covid vaccine despite row over the 'shaky science' behind promising jab

MHRA will assess the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine as soon as it gets full data
Race is now on between Oxford and Pfizer for first approval in the UK
Same process began on Pfizer's '95% effective' jab last week after trial results

Nov 28 10:38

True story. (Picture)

Nov 28 10:33

New York Times admitted in 2018 that Dominion voting machines are hackable

Two years ago, a computer scientist who works for The New York Times successfully hacked a mock election by breaking into the very same Dominion Voting Systems machines that the Times today claims cannot be hacked.

As the Times doubles down on the false media narrative that Joe Biden “won” the 2020 election, it is important to remind our readers that in April 2018, the Times‘ Alex Halderman announced that he had very easily broken into the same voting machines still used today and changed votes, exposing serious vulnerabilities in the software.

Halderman says he has successfully hacked “a lot” of voting machines over the years, and his 2018 experiment was no exception. With relative ease, Halderman busted into the system and changed the outcome of a pretend student election, demonstrating how easily the 2020 election could also be hacked.

Nov 28 10:31

United Begins Flying Pfizer’s Covid-19 Vaccine

United Airlines Holdings Inc. on Friday began operating charter flights to position doses of Pfizer Inc.’s Covid-19 vaccine for quick distribution if the shots are approved by regulators, according to people familiar with the matter.

The initial flights are one link in a global supply chain being assembled to tackle the logistical challenge of distributing Covid-19 vaccines. Pfizer has been laying the groundwork to move quickly if it gets approval from the Food and Drug Administration and other regulators world-wide.

Nov 28 10:31

New evidence on the effectiveness of lockdown

A few weeks back I wrote an article about an observational study published in Lancet that, among other things, looked at whether there was any correlation between stringency of lockdown and the number of people who died of covid. It didn’t find any correlation, which suggests that lockdowns don’t work. That study did have some major limitations however.

First of all, it was observational, based on analysis of statistics, and so can only show patterns (or lack of patterns), not cause and effect, and retrospective, meaning that the researchers based their analysis on existing data that had been produced for other purposes. This is a relatively low quality form of evidence. Second, the follow-up period was short, with data only being gathered until May 1st. It could be argued that this is too short a time period to see an effect of lockdown on mortality.

Nov 28 10:30


John Hopkins Medicine says medical errors 3rd leading cause of death in America HERE. And these are the people who want to force Covid 19 vaccines upon us! John B. Wells puts it into perspective HERE.

Nov 28 10:29

Trump Might Leave Scorched Earth on His Way Out. Netanyahu Is Happy to Lend Him a Lighter

The president's frantic tweets after the news broke of top Iranian nuclear scientist's assassination make it clear his administration gave its blessing to the Tehran attack attributed to Israel. Could this be Trump's final frenzy?

Nov 28 10:29

Microsoft's low-code tools: Now everyone can be a developer

Microsoft's business applications platform is opening up, allowing non-programmers to fill the 'developer gap'.

Nov 28 10:28

Cops Intervene After Extreme Squatters 'Sovereign Citizens' Knock On Doors Of Rich Seattle Residents And Demand They Hand Over Their Mansions

A group of so-called ‘sovereign citizens’ who say they own most of the land in the Western Hemisphere have been knocking on the doors of wealthy homeowners in the Seattle area and showing fake documents alleging that their properties belong to them.

Nov 28 10:25

United Airlines begins FIRST chartered flights to move Pfizer COVID vaccine as FAA approves plan to fly it in dry ice at minus 70 degrees and US prepares for mass inoculation program

United Airlines on Friday began operating charter flights to move shipments of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccination ahead of a mass inoculation program expected to begin in late December, according to a report.

Nov 28 10:23

Who does this? (Picture)

Nov 28 10:22

Aaron Russo America Freedom To Fascism Pizza Order

Nov 28 10:21

Dominion VP is Missing, Offices Emptied and "Kraken" is DOD Algorithm

Nov 28 10:21

Moderna's groundbreaking coronavirus vaccine was designed in just 2 days

Moderna's coronavirus vaccine candidate was found to be 94.5% effective in preventing COVID-19 in clinical trials, the company announced last week.

The vaccine's development process was unprecedentedly fast — only the team of Pfizer and BioNTech beat the biotech newcomer in announcing results from a late-stage clinical trial.

The experimental vaccine was also far more effective than expected: The Food and Drug Administration had said it would likely approve a vaccine that showed at least 50% efficacy, and Dr. Anthony Fauci had said he hoped for 70%. (AstraZeneca found its coronavirus vaccine candidate to be 70% effective on average, while Pfizer-BioNTech reported their shot is 95% effective.)

But perhaps more remarkable is that Moderna designed its vaccine in just two days in January, before some people had even heard of the coronavirus.

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Nov 28 10:21

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Nov 28 10:19

Centers for Disease Control to hold emergency meeting on TUESDAY to discuss who should get a COVID vaccine first - with healthcare professionals and those in long-term care likely to be front of the line for the jab

U.S. health authorities will hold an emergency meeting next week to recommend that a coronavirus vaccine awaiting approval be given first to healthcare professionals and people in long-term care facilities.

Nov 28 10:08

Native Americans renew decades-long push to reclaim millions of acres in the Black Hills

President Trump's visit this year to Mt. Rushmore has drawn new attention to a decades-long battle between Native Americans and the federal government over millions of acres in South Dakota. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the campaign to reclaim that land. This report is in partnership with the Under-Told Stories Project and is part of the series, "Agents for Change."

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