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June 16, 2021

Jun 16 12:51

Funny Numbers : Fed holds rates steady, but raises inflation expectations sharply and sees hikes in 2023

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday considerably raised its expectations for inflation this year and brought forward the time frame on when it will next raise interest rates. -- However, the central bank gave no indication as to when it will begin cutting back on its aggressive bond-buying program.

Jun 16 12:44

Defending Strangers, Neighbors, and Lovers – More Self Defense Gun Stories

You probably didn’t see this news covered by the mainstream media, but again last week, responsible gun owners defended themselves and the people they love.

Jun 16 12:23

Fatal Shooting In Georgia Over Mask-Wearing Argument

A man “was arrested after he allegedly shot and killed a cashier at the Big Bear Supermarket in DeKalb County on Monday,” as The Washington Examiner reportedThe man reportedly was arguing with a female cashier “about his face mask” Monday afternoon, according to a statement by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). The man exited the store without completing his purchase, but then immediately went back into the store.

Jun 16 12:23

Group inspired by Greta Thunberg admits they have been a 'racist, white-dominated space' and then disbands

The group went on to apologize for causing "hurt, burnout, and trauma" among their BIPOC members and other BIPOC-led groups.

They also accused the greater School Strike 4 Climate organization of New Zealand of being racist, but fell short of calling them to disband as well.


Jun 16 12:19

WATCH: Tucker Carlson Drops Bomb — Suggests Capitol Riot Was Planned By FBI Operatives

During his show, Tucker Carlson Tonight, Carlson suggested that the FBI may have helped plan and participate in the Capitol riot on January 6th of this year via their infiltration into certain groups. This was his opening segment tonight.

Jun 16 12:16

Judicial Watch: Documents Show CA State Officials Coordinated with Big Tech to Censor Americans’ Election Posts

“Judicial Watch announced today that it received 540 pages and a supplemental four pages of documents from the office of the Secretary of State of California revealing how state officials pressured social media companies (Twitter, Facebook, Google (YouTube)) to censor posts about the 2020 election. Included in these documents were “misinformation briefings” emails that were compiled by communications firm SKDK, that lists Biden for President as their top client of 2020. The documents show how the state agency successfully pressured YouTube to censor a Judicial Watch video concerning the vote by mail and a Judicial Watch lawsuit settlement about California voter roll clean up.”

Jun 16 12:13

Minneapolis Clears New ‘Uptown Autonomous Zone’ But Avoids Moving ‘George Floyd Autonomous Zone’

Police first tried to clear the area around noon on Tuesday, but after being pushed back by protesters protecting the “autonomous zone,” returned Tuesday night and began fully dismantling barricades and arresting some remaining members of the demonstration resisting their call to reopen the intersection.

Jun 16 12:11

L.A. Sheriff Says ‘Paid Activists’ Are Behind Opposition To Cleaning Up Homeless Encampments

While he did not mention any names, Villanueva posted an image on Facebook showing Ricci Sergienko, a progressive organizer with the People’s City Council-L.A., shouting at the sheriff while disrupting his media interviews on the boardwalk last week


Jun 16 12:10

A Study Analyses The Top 100 Data Breaches Over The Past 15 Years, Demonstrating How The Online Security Landscape Has Changed

A major highlight of the study ended up detailing how frequent major data breaches were becoming. While 2004 saw only a single significant breach, 2018 by comparison witnessed 21 separate incidents. That number itself is also a 250% increase from 22017s recorded 6. While it should be noted that 2020 actually witnessed a down swing in breaches, at a total of 12, cyber attacks have seemed to become a norm of the internet space.

Jun 16 11:54

CDC REMOVES 150K DEATHS FROM VAERS SYSTEM - VACCINE GENOCIDE

Jun 16 11:51

They Want Billionaires Gone

For the Left, abiding by the law is no defense for the crime of being too wealthy.

The ProPublica tax leaks have shaken up the business world and led to a flurry of cries to overhaul the tax system. Many have increased their calls for a wealth tax, arguing that billionaires can flaunt the rules ordinary Americans have to abide by. But people across the political spectrum should all be concerned by the rhetoric coming from the left. Recent events show some on the left won’t be satisfied until the entire billionaire class is eliminated.

Jun 16 11:49

Ethics Committee Dismisses ‘Baseless’ Democrat Claim Against Rep. Gosar over January 6 Riots

The House Committee on Ethics tossed a “patently baseless claim” lodged against Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) by Congressional Progressive Caucus chair Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), who alleged that the Arizona Republican violated ethics rules on January 6 by objecting to the seating of electors.

“As you know, on March 10, 2021, the Committee on Ethics (Committee) received information offered as a complaint naming you as a respondent,” the committee’s June 11 letter to Gosar read, informing the congressman of its decision to dismiss the complaint:


Jun 16 11:49

China Insists Reportedly Leaky Nuclear Plant Is Totally Fine

Chinese officials and state media continued insisting Tuesday that everything is “normal” at the Taishan nuclear reactor in Guangdong province, dismissing all reports to the contrary as anti-China hysteria.

The French company that helped build the reactor is thoroughly examining the buildup of inert gases in its cooling system and some outside experts are troubled by the data released so far.

China’s state-run Global Times chided American left-wing broadcaster CNN for sensationalizing the problem at the reactor by publishing a letter sent by French company Framatome to the U.S. Department of Energy last week. The Chinese paper insisted the Taishan plant is running smoothly and dismissed French concerns about reduced safety standards by insisting China has better standards than American or European nuclear plants:

Jun 16 11:48

Obama Plans First Post-2020 Fundraiser for Democrat Redistricting Effort

Former President Barack Obama is planning his first post-2020 fundraiser for Democrat redistricting efforts June 28.

The invitation says the virtual event features former Attorney General Eric Holder and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to benefit National Democratic Redistricting Committee.

The initiative comes as Democrats face a difficult midterm election to hold the House, as many Democrat-laden states, such as New York and California, are losing at least one House district to red states like Florida and Texas.

For Democrats to maintain their slim majority in the House, they must raise money to mount legal challenges to any redistricting that does not behoove Democrats.

Florida’s Lake County Property Appraiser and former Republican State Senator Carey Baker informed Breitbart News in April he expects a new district to be created in the vicinity of the I4 corridor, a politically important piece of real estate that runs from Orlando in Orange County to Tampa, Florida.

Jun 16 11:48

Texas Power Grid Operator Struggles to Provide Power in Heat, Just As It Did in Cold

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) called for Texans to conserve electricity on Monday afternoon. For the second time this year, the council blamed “a significant number of forced generation outages” and record demand for the “tight grid conditions” that are expected to last until Friday, June 18.

ERCOT officials reported 11,000 MW of power generation being forced offline due to repairs. This equates to power for approximately 2.2 million homes, according to information obtained from ERCOT on Monday. The 11,000 MW of lost power generation compares to an average hot summer day’s outs of approximately 3,600 MW.

“We will be conducting a thorough analysis with generation owners to determine why so many units are out of service,” ERCOT Vice President of Grid Planning and Operations Woody Rickerson said in a written statement. “This is unusual for this early in the summer season.”

Jun 16 11:47

GOP Looks to Kill Biden Agenda by Splitting Infrastructure Bill

Senate Republicans reportedly want to ax much of President Joe Biden’s legislative agenda by supporting a more moderate infrastructure bill that might stifle Democrat support for a more partisan infrastructure bill.

Politico reported that Republicans want to support a bipartisan proposal led by Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Susan Collins (R-ME), Joe Manchin (D-WV), Lisa Murkowski (D-AK), Rob Portman (R-OH), Mitt Romney (R-UT), Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), Jon Tester (D-MT), and Mark Warner (D-VA). The legislation would serve as a more “realistic” proposal that focuses more on physical infrastructure than Biden’s proposal, which also contains many provisions to combat climate change and offer child care.


Jun 16 11:47

Gaming Giant CD Projekt Red Admits Ransomware Hackers Are Leaking Data

Polish game developer CD Projekt Red, the popular company behind the Witcher series and Cyberpunk 2077, has revealed this week that proprietary data taken in a ransomware attack disclosed four months ago is circulating online.

Ars Technica reports that CD Projekt Red, the Polish game developer behind the Witcher series and Cyberpunk 2077, has revealed that data stolen during a ransomware attack it disclosed four months ago is being circulated online.

Company officials said in a statement:

Today, we have learned new information regarding the breach and now have reason to believe that internal data illegally obtained during the attack is currently being circulated on the Internet.

We are not yet able to confirm the exact contents of the data in question, though we believe it may include current/former employee and contractor details in addition to data related to our games.

Jun 16 11:46

Even Establishment Media, Other Democrat Allies Blast VP Harris’ Latin America Visit

The hits keep coming, even a week after Vice President Kamala Harris returned from her disastrous trip to Guatemala.

Harris “can be notoriously difficult to prep,” multiple former aides declared on condition of anonymity, Axios indicated on Sunday.

The VP surrounded herself with a staff who did not always serve her well during her 2020 presidential campaign, prompting her to be the first prominent Democrat to exit the race, the news outlet noted.

However, as VP, Harris has not taken advantage of the “latitude and stature to tap some of the country’s best talent to work on her team,” Axios pointed out.

As a result, “her trip to Guatemala and Mexico still garnered a flurry of negative headlines,” Axios suggested.

Besides the establishment media, other Democrat allies such as immigration advocates, and party strategists gave VP Harris flak for her trip to Latin America early last week, echoing Republican critics.

Jun 16 11:45

Joe Biden Plans Massive July 4 Celebration After Telling Americans to Only Host Small Barbecues

The White House is planning a large gathering to celebrate Independence Day, even after President Joe Biden told Americans to avoid crowded celebrations of the holiday.

Biden’s planned event on July 4 will welcome over 1,000 people, according to the Associated Press, including first responders, essential workers, and military service members.

The optics of the event also serve as a “mission accomplished” moment for the Biden administration, as experts predict he will not reach his goal of getting 70 percent of American adults vaccinated by the 4th of July.

Dr. William Schaffner, a medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases told Breitbart News in an interview that Biden would likely not reach his July 4th vaccination goal, as many Americans were still reluctant to get the vaccine.

Jun 16 11:45

Massachusetts School District Calls for Students, Teachers to Report Others for ‘Bias’ Incidents

The K-12 district of Wellesley Public Schools (WPS) in Massachusetts released a policy calling for students and teachers to report their peers and colleagues for “incidents of bias” so they may be investigated and punished accordingly.

The Boston area school district’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) created the policy titled “Responding to Incidents of Bias or Discrimination.”

The DEI office defines an “incident of bias” as “conduct, speech or expression that has an impact but may not involve criminal action, but demonstrates conscious or unconscious bias” against any federally protected identity group, i.e., “race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, or disability.”


Jun 16 11:45

Fed-up business owners in Baltimore threaten to withhold taxes until city increases police presence

It has never made any sense why people who live in big cities continue to vote for the Democrats who have destroyed them while expecting things to change after every election cycle, only to be disappointed, frustrated and angry when they don’t. -- Doing the same thing over and over again while expecting a different result is the textbook definition of insanity — so our big cities, by clinical definition, seem to be full of crazy people. -- A growing number of business owners are threatening to withhold their taxes if the Democratic city bosses don’t do something to attract, hire and deploy more police officers — and then let them do their jobs keeping the peace, arresting criminals and getting the murderous dirtbags off the streets.

Jun 16 11:44

Wisconsin GOP Lawmakers Visit Arizona Election Audit, Say Similar Review Needed in Their State

Two Wisconsin GOP state lawmakers said that Wisconsin should authorize a Nov. 3 election audit similar to the one that’s being conducted in Maricopa County, Arizona, after they traveled to the county to observe.

State Rep. Janel Brandtjen, a Republican who chairs the Campaigns and Elections Committee, said that a review of the election was needed due to the significant amount of private funding that was used in several major cities in Wisconsin, according to WisPolitics. However, the lawmaker said she wasn’t sure if the Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau has that authority.

“Listen, we need to restore integrity as we have huge numbers of individuals that have questions about a process that’s become highly politicized,” Brandtjen said of the election procedures in the state. President Joe Biden was certified as the winner during the 2020 election.

Jun 16 11:44

Moment nasty brawl breaks out between a dozen parents at Little League game in Kentucky after dispute over umpire's call - leaving kids in tears and prompting police probe

A Little League tee-ball game in Kentucky descended into chaos when a dozen parents engaged in a nasty fight over an umpire's call - leaving young players in tears.

Jun 16 11:43

Washington State’s Approaching Energy Crisis – Good Intentions Gone Wrong?

Washington State has trouble on the horizon – trouble with its electrical grid. Trouble as in not being reliable. Trouble as in risk of rolling blackouts.

“In our kind of zeal to remove CO2 emissions and aim for this 100% clean energy, we’re creating a reliability crisis, potentially,” Benton County PUD General Manager Rick Dunn told the Lens News. “We need to get more serious about securing our future supply of electricity.”

Dunn warns that Washington faces a large gap between grid demand on the coldest and hottest days and the availability of dependable electrical generation over the next decade. After nearly two decades of relatively flat growth, both annual and peak electricity loads are forecasted to increase in the region by 5 or 6%, even after accounting for increased energy efficiency.


Jun 16 11:42

Liberal composer says being canceled and branded racist for posting 'Enjoy burning it all down, you well-intentioned, blind people' during George Floyd riots destroyed his career and made him contemplate suicide

A successful music composer says his career was destroyed and his life upended after he was branded a racist in response to a social media post condemning arson by protesters in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

Jun 16 11:33

Is A "Climate Lockdown" On The Horizon?

If and when the powers-that-be decide to move on from their pandemic narrative, lockdowns won’t be going anywhere. Instead it looks like they’ll be rebranded as “climate lockdowns”, and either enforced or simply held threateningly over the public’s head.

At least, according to an article written by an employee of the WHO, and published by a mega-coporate think-tank.

Let’s dive right in.

THE REPORT’S AUTHOR AND BACKERS
The report, titled “Avoiding a climate lockdown”, was written by Mariana Mazzucato, a professor of economics at University College London, and head of something called the Council on the Economics of Health for All, a division of the World Health Organization.

It was first published in October 2020 by Project Syndicate, a non-profit media organization that is (predictably) funded through grants from the Open society Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and many, many others.

Jun 16 11:32

Biden Oil Leasing Ban Is in Up in Air as GOP Foes Win in Court

President Joe Biden’s plans to curtail fossil fuels hit an early roadblock Tuesday, when a federal judge ruled against the administration’s temporary ban on selling new drilling rights on federal lands and waters.

The preliminary injunction issued late Tuesday by Louisiana-based U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty also is a victory for Republican state attorneys general who have launched a legal attack on Biden’s broad policy agenda by challenging his moves on everything from immigration to energy.

Tuesday’s ruling, sought by 13 red states, blocks the Interior Department from continuing to halt the sale of new oil and gas leases from federal lands and waters that provide nearly a quarter of the nation’s crude supplies. The president directed the moratorium in a Jan. 27 executive order, saying it was necessary to allow the agency to conduct a “comprehensive review” of its leasing program, including its impact on climate change.

Jun 16 11:32

The ‘Summer Of Planets’ Just Began. Here’s When To Get The Best Views Of Venus, Jupiter, Saturn And Mercury

The “Christmas Star” conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn was, rare, auspicious and ages ago. What planet can you see tonight?

That depends on when you look—and how late at night you look—but as this summer gathers pace, the planets are going to become brighter and much more convenient to see.

Planets visible tonight from across Earth include Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, though none of them are in prime position (check planet-rise/planet-set times for your location).

However, come the end of June Venus will be high in the sky and easy to see right after sunset-as it is right now, albeit low on the horizon—and both Jupiter and Saturn will be visible by midnight.


Jun 16 11:30

Atmospheric Viricides Deployed Into Public Air Spaces and Public Schools: Is This “EPA Approved” Air Safe?

By Alicia Green

Did you know that atmospheric viricides are being deployed into the air we breathe? They are being used in public spaces and in public schools. These products claim to stop the spread of viruses and other airborne pathogens, but could they be making our air more toxic? The EPA doesn’t think so.

Grignard Pure has deployed their atmospheric viricide in St. Simons Presbyterian Church in Georgia. They claim it is making the air safer...

Jun 16 11:30

An Alabama Probate Judge Gave My Mother a Life Sentence

I am definitely my mother’s daughter. We shared a profession (retired school teachers), a love of reading, writing, and travel. My mother was a true fighter; you don’t live to be 103 years old without having a will to live.

My mom took care of me when I was young and, as the years passed, our roles shifted as I became her caregiver. For 30 years, my mom trusted me to act as her Power of Attorney for financial and medical matters. We thought we had prepared for the inevitable – I would be responsible for managing her affairs when the time came – but we were about to learn otherwise.



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Jun 16 11:28

Houthis Lay Sea Mines In Red Sea; Coalition Boasts Few Minesweepers

The Houthi rebels in Yemen have planted sea mines in the southern part of the Red Sea where US Navy and other allied ships are sailing, posing a possibly grave threat to shipping.

The Saudi-led coalition tried to tackle the problem but they have few useful tools. The Arab coalition said Friday that it had discovered and destroyed a marine mine planted by the Houthi militia in the southern Red Sea, Saudi state TV reported. The coalition said it was an Iranian-made Sadaf mine. That makes 171 sea mines found and destroyed, the coalition said.

According to some estimates the Houthis have scattered “some hundreds of sea mines ” in the Red and Arabian seas. Experts say that most of the mines are of the floating type and were detected by naval or cargo ships that have spotted them and reported.

Jun 16 11:26

Death without warning

One of the lies told by Israel’s military during the recent bombardment of Gaza was that it aimed to minimize harm inflicted on civilians.

The claim was made, for example, in a tweet issued on 17 May. Yet on that date and the two previous days, Israel carried out no-warning attacks in which numerous civilians were killed.

Muhammad al-Hadidi lost his wife and all bar one of his children on 15 May.

His wife had gone to see her brother and his family in Beach refugee camp one day earlier and was staying overnight, along with their children. Muhammad remained alone in his own home.

Early in the morning, he was awoken by a loud explosion. Shortly afterwards, he received a phone call from a neighbor.

His neighbor broke some terrible news to him. The home of his brother-in-law had been bombed without warning.


Jun 16 11:26

Biden wants NATO to project the strength it doesn’t have

Joe Biden travelled to Brussels riding the wave of his “America is back” mantra. Far from rebuilding the US-NATO relationship, he used NATO as a prop to help set the stage for his upcoming meeting with Vladimir Putin.

Jun 16 11:26

How to do a license plate lookup for free

The license plate lookup is a crucial step when you are going to buy a used car. Nowadays, there are many services that are offering free license lookup rather than manualling looking it up. These free services will check all the data against your number plate and extract the details within minutes.

Generally, people tend to use handy and efficient license plate lookup tools to get the possible information before purchasing a car. The whole process would save you time and effort on getting trustworthy data. This article will guide you on how you can do a license plate lookup for free.

What is a license plate number?
The license plate number is assigned to each vehicle that verifies the vehicle's registration. The unique number contains symbols, colors, or slogans according to the respective states. It assists in the connection of the vehicles and their owners.

How do you lookup license plate numbers with VinPit?

Jun 16 11:25

Iraqi Resistance Group: Military Option to Remain on Table until US Forces Leave Country

The leader of a prominent Iraqi resistance group says the military option against the occupying US forces stationed in Iraq will remain on the table as long as they stay in the Arab country.

Qais Khazali, secretary-general of the Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq movement, made the remarks on Monday, said Iraq’s resistance groups had asserted repeatedly that, in line with the law ratified by the Iraqi parliament, the American forces had to leave the country, the al-Sumaria television reported.

The legislative body overwhelmingly passed the law early last year after a US drone strike assassinated senior Iranian and Iraqi counter-terrorism commanders, Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, near the Baghdad International Airport.

The law, which has mandated a full withdrawal of all US-led troops, cleared the parliament as the assassinations had given rise to an unprecedented level of anti-American sentiment throughout the country and the region.

Jun 16 11:25

The CIA Attempts Coups in Nicaragua with Tax Dollars Through US Agencies and Corporate Foundations: USAID Does Not Provide Aid – It Carries Out Coups

Since the Sandinistas won the 2006 election their anti-poverty policies have had enormous success.

The country is 90% self-sufficient in food. 99% of the population have electricity in their homes that is now generated with 70+% green energy; International financial Institutions including the World Bank, the International Development Bank and The Central American Bank for Economic Integration praise Nicaragua for its excellent, efficient project execution. it has one of the best health systems in Latin America praised by the International Monetary Fund, with 20 new state of the art hospitals since 2007 achieving one of the lowest Covid mortality rates in the world. Poverty, extreme poverty, maternal, child and infant mortality have all been cut at least in half. Nicaragua is number one in the world in both women in politics and women in ministerial positions and it is fifth in gender equity behind the Nordic nations.



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Jun 16 11:24

EXCLUSIVE - The fight to get back to the office: Only 21% of workers have returned in NYC compared to 50% in Dallas - as bosses prepare for a standoff with reluctant staff who want to work from home forever

Bosses are gearing up for an almighty standoff with staff who do not want to return to the office after a year of working from home because they think they've proven they can do their jobs just as well, with workforces in major cities like New York and San Francisco making a sluggishly slow return to in-person business.

Jun 16 11:18

The Mystery Of The F-22S Scrambled In Hawaii Has Been Solved

Two F-22 Raptors were scrambled from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii on Sunday at about 4:00 p.m. local time. A third F-22 joined them about an hour later along with a KC-135 refueling tanker.

This scramble, described as an “irregular patrol,” was initiated at the request of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which reported an “incident.” That terse message immediately got the attention of the news media. The Air Force would only say that it was responding to a request from the FAA and that it was not a training exercise. When peppered with requests for information by several media outlets, the FAA released only a short message when Public Affairs Spokesman Ian Gregor said only that “The FAA has a close working relationship with the military.”

Jun 16 11:15

Seeing the invisible: tiny crystal films could make night vision an everyday reality

It’s a familiar vision to anyone who has watched a lot of action movies or played Call of Duty: a ghostly green image that makes invisible objects visible. Since the development of the first night-vision devices in the mid-1960s, the technology has captured the popular imagination.

Night vision goggles, infrared cameras and other similar devices detect infrared light reflected from objects or rather detect infrared light emitted from objects in the form of heat. Today these devices are widely used not only by the military, but also by law enforcement and emergency services, the security and surveillance industries, wildlife hunters, and camping enthusiasts.

But current technology is not without its problems. Commercial infrared cameras block visible light, disrupting normal vision. The gear is bulky and heavy, and requires low temperatures — and, in some cases, even cryogenic cooling — to work.

Jun 16 11:13

Elon Musk's SpaceX Received At Least TWO Last-Minute Weather Warnings From Authorities That Its Starship Launch In December Might Not Be Safe - But Went Ahead With The Flight That Saw The Rocket EXPLODE Anyway, Leaked Documents Reveal

Elon Musk's aerospace company SpaceX ignored at least two warnings from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that the launch of its SN8 rocket last December might not be safe, leaked documents show.


Jun 16 11:12

Inventor creates new material that can keep buildings cool without air conditioning

  • A professor has engineered “cooling paper” to sustainably control indoor temperatures.
  • The paper reflects heat away from rooftops and even sucks the heat out of homes and buildings.
  • Air conditioners emit roughly 117 million tons of carbon dioxide each year in the U.S.


A Boston professor created an invention that reflects the heat off of rooftops and even sucks the heat out of homes and buildings - and the real kicker is that it is 100 percent recyclable.

Yi Zheng, associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at Northeastern University, created "cooling paper" so that a building or home could essentially keep cool on its own, with no electricity required, according to Northeastern University's blog.

The paper can cool down a room's temperature by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit - a game-changing alternative to air conditioners that require a lot of electricity and money from home owners.

Jun 16 11:12

Maybe they miss the taste (Picture)

Jun 16 11:11

Hunter Biden's abstract art to sell for $500K to 'anonymous' and 'confidential' collectors says his ex-con agent, raising serious questions about WHO the buyers are

Hunter Biden's abstract art to sell for $500K to 'anonymous' and 'confidential' collectors says his ex-con agent, raising serious questions about WHO the buyers are

Jun 16 11:08

Army Long Range Strike Gives China a Taste of Its Own Medicine

Army Long Range Strike Gives China a Taste of Its Own Medicine
In response to China's increasingly powerful blue-water navy and deployment of long-range "carrier killer" anti-ship ballistic missiles, the U.S. Army has developed a suite of weapons designed to destroy or suppress Chinese targets from very long ranges, and do so quickly and precisely while reducing the threat these Chinese weapons pose to vital Navy and Air Force offensive weaponry.

The commander of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, Navy Admiral Philip Davidson, recently told the Senate Armed Services Committee he likes the Army's idea.


Jun 16 11:08

Marjorie Taylor Greene and House Republicans Discuss Fire Fauci Act

Jun 16 11:08

Fox 26 Reporter Ivory Hecker Releases Tape of Bosses; Sounds Alarm on 'Corruption' & 'Censorship'

Jun 16 11:07

Report: Donald Trump Planning Big Rallies In Ohio And Florida

Following earlier reports, USA Today confirmed on Tuesday that former President Donald Trump is planning to hold major rallies in the states of Ohio and Florida later this month.

USA Today reported, “Following a series of speeches to Republican conservatives over the past five months, former President Donald Trump will head to Ohio and Florida over the next two-and-a-half weeks to hold the kinds of mass rallies with rank-and-file supporters that fueled his White House campaigns.”

Earlier reports from the New York Post indicated that Trump’s rallies are intended to “lay down a marker for 2024.”

Jun 16 11:06

Britain's daily Covid cases hit 9,000 for the first time since February as cases spike by a fifth in a week and hospitalisations soar by another 40% amid the rapid spread of Indian variant - but deaths stay flat

Department of Health bosses posted 9,055 positive Covid tests — up by a fifth on last Wednesday's count
It is the highest toll since February 25, when 9,985 coronavirus infections were registered across the UK


Jun 16 11:06

So folks, how’s World War III working out for ya? Not what you expected is it?

That’s the way it is. The world is in the middle of World War III.

Of course, this is NOT public knowledge. This is something that only the American “leadership”, and international leaders have any idea about.

Not the rabble.

Not people like you.

And let me be blunt. The United States owns the media, and all communication traffic over the internet. They don’t want any one getting near the truth. So if you all want to know what the truth is, look at what they are hiding. Look at what they are omitting. Look at what they are “glossing over”. Look at what they are ignoring.

What won’t they dare talk about?

Jun 16 11:06

No sex please, we're medieval! How people in Middle Ages preferred foreplay and ignored church demands to only procreate

Dr Eleanor Janega said people were 'not interested' in only having sex to produce children
She was speaking on History Hit's Gone Medieval podcast, to Dr Cat Jarman

Jun 16 11:05

FLASHBACK - HAITIAN MASSACRE: ORGANIZED CLEANSING AGAINST WHITE POPULATION IN HAITI

In 1804, a mass killing occurred in Haiti. The Haitian Massacre was an organized cleansing that was carried out against the remaining white population of French Creoles by the order of Jean-Jacques Dessalines. The massacre, which took place in the entire territory of Haiti, was carried out from early February 1804 until April 22, 1804, and resulted in the deaths of between 3,000 and 5,000 people of all ages and genders.

Soldiers went from door to door, torturing and killing entire families. Whites who had been cordial and helpful towards the black population were also killed. The second wave of murders followed, during which all white women and children were killed. The argument for killing the women was that whites would not truly be eradicated if the white women were spared to give birth to new Frenchmen.

Jun 16 11:04

Zombie Tax punishes farmers to fill DC coffers

There is a new tax proposal taking root in Washington that will be extremely damaging to our nation's farmers and ranchers if it becomes part of the tax code.

After a painful year of unknowns due to the coronavirus epidemic, the last thing the agricultural sector needs is a punitive and retroactive tax that goes after one of America's greatest legacies - multi-generational farming and ranching.

Sens. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), Cory Booker (D-N.J.), Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), have proposed a new tax that would negatively implicate farmers for wanting to pass down the family business to their children. Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.) has introduced a similar bill in the House. Unfortunately, President Biden has embraced the idea and included it in his American Families Plan to help pay for the expansive $1.8 trillion program.



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Jun 16 11:04

A Group Of Parents Sent Their Kids' Face Masks to A Lab for Analysis. Here's What They Found

A group of parents in Gainesville, FL, concerned about potential harms from masks, submitted six face masks to a lab for analysis. The resulting report found that five masks were contaminated with bacteria, parasites, and fungi, including three with dangerous pathogenic and pneumonia-causing bacteria. No viruses were detected on the masks, although the test is capable of detecting viruses.

The analysis detected the following 11 alarmingly dangerous pathogens on the masks:

• Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumonia)

• Mycobacterium tuberculosis (tuberculosis)

• Neisseria meningitidis (meningitis, sepsis)

• Acanthamoeba polyphaga (keratitis and granulomatous amebic encephalitis)

• Acinetobacter baumanni (pneumonia, blood stream infections, meningitis, UTIs— resistant to antibiotics)

• Escherichia coli (food poisoning)

• Borrelia burgdorferi (causes Lyme disease)

• Corynebacterium diphtheriae (diphtheria)

• Legionella pneumophila (Legionnaires' disease)

Jun 16 11:03

Russia Launches Biggest Pacific Exercise Since Cold War As Putin And Biden Meet

On the other side of the world, President Joe Biden and President Vladimir Putin are meeting for their first face-to-face talks since Biden ascended to the American presidency. But 300 miles off the coast of Hawaii, Russia is quietly launching one of the largest naval exercises since the Cold War.

Russian ships have been dispatched to conduct the largest military exercises since the Cold War off the coast of Hawaii, sending the US Air Force scrambling F-22 stealth fighters from its base in Hawaii just hours before the two world leaders were set to meet. They were sent to meet a contingent of assets that included long-range bombers, surface ships and anti-submarine aircraft on the mission.

Though the provocation was unmistakable, Russian bombers were careful not to enter the Air Defense Identification Zone, which could have prompted the US Air Force to scramble interceptors.

Photos from the exercises were released by the Russian Ministry of Defense.

Jun 16 11:01

Greenwald: The Enduring False Narrative About The PULSE Massacre Shows The Power Of Media Propaganda

On the fifth anniversary of the PULSE nightclub massacre in Orlando, numerous senators, politicians and activist groups commemorated that tragic event by propagating an absolute falsehood: namely, that the shooter, Omar Mateen, was motivated by anti-LGBT animus. The evidence is definitive and conclusive that this is false — Mateen, like so many others who committed similar acts of violence, was motivated by rage over President Obama's bombing campaigns in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, and chose PULSE at random without even knowing it was a gay club — yet this media-consecrated lie continues to fester

Jun 16 10:57

Court ruling will affect Indiana’s nearly 3,000 hog farms

Since my farm markets pigs to one of the plants that was operating under the new system for increased speeds, we will be disproportionately affected. The plant we sell to will need to decrease the number of pigs they accept which will create a backup of animals on the farm. This change could put us in a place where we don’t know where our pigs will be processed in the future or for how much we will be able to sell them.

It’s not just our farm. The court ruling will affect Indiana’s nearly 3,000 hog farms and trickle down throughout the entire economy. Even farms that don’t sell directly to one of these plants could still be hit in the pocketbook once there are more pigs in the U.S. than there is production capacity.

Jun 16 10:53

Satellites capture startling images of depleting reservoirs that serve nearly 75 million Americans as West hit with dry conditions

Satellite image of major US reservoirs reveal how the bodies of water are depleting due to a mega-drought

Nearly 89% of the western US is in a drought due to a lack of rain and warming temperatures

Lake Mead is at a historic all-time low, while California's Lake Powell is sits at 34 percent capacity

Jun 16 10:52

Was the border on the menu? Kamala tries to forget disastrous Central American tour with dinner for 21 female senators with her own homemade cheese puffs at the refurbished Naval Observatory

Vice President Kamala Harris broke some bipartisan bread with 21 of the 24 women serving in the U.S. Senate Tuesday night, hosting them for dinner at her Naval Observatory home.

Jun 16 10:52

USS Reagan Strike Group Enters Heavily Disputed South China Sea 

The great power competition between China and the U.S. continued Tuesday as the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group sailed into the South China Sea for the first time this year, according to a U.S. Navy press release.

The strike group's aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan was accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser USS Shiloh and the guided-missile destroyer USS Halsey. The group of vessels entered the heavily disrupted South China Sea waters on Tuesday to conduct a maritime security operation.



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Jun 16 10:51

Biden's NATO Warning To Putin: If You Don't Cooperate, 'We Will Respond'

Mainstream media is positively giddy with excitement that "tough on Russia" Joe Biden will finally "confront" Putin during their highly anticipated summit in Geneva on Wednesday. Though any level of diplomatic "check mate" won't come publicly as Biden will give a solo press conference, ensuring that he can give his version of events to a pliant press pool, which one admin official earlier described as communicating "with the free press" (...the implication being that Putin's presence would somehow make it not a "free press").

During Biden's Monday press conference at the end of the one-day NATO summit in Brussels, the US president vowed: "But I will tell you this: I’m going to make clear to President Putin that there are areas where we can cooperate, if he chooses. And if he chooses not to cooperate and acts in a way that he has in the past, relative to cybersecurity and some other activities, then we will respond. We will respond in kind."

Jun 16 10:51

China Sends Record 28 Fighter Jets Toward Taiwan After Telling NATO: 'We Won't Sit Back'

The timing appears an unmistakable message and warning to the West after on Monday NATO issued a communiqué which for the first time ever singled out China as a central security "challenge" to the military alliance and a stable global order: China's PLA military on Tuesday flew a record 28 fighter jets into Taiwan's air defense identification zone.

While China has over the past months since Biden took office flown near daily groups of aircraft and bombers near or in Taiwan contested airspace, this latest comes as Biden is in Europe shoring up support among allies for a tougher united front against Beijing. In March China's military had sent a record at that time of 20 aircraft, which included four nuclear-capable bombers, but Tuesday's 28 total aircraft marks the biggest incursion since Taiwan's defense ministry began keeping public tally of incursions.

Jun 16 10:50

MUST-SEE VIDEO: “When a Child Dies From the Vaccine, You Will Be Accountable For Murder” – Bromley Police Confronted

ER Editor: Bromley is a town in the south-east of the Greater London area. Danny Cook, who had already gathered evidence to successfully convict pedophiles he says on camera, takes files of evidence to Bromley Police Station accompanied by 5 friends. These are people who have truly done their research on this so-called ‘pandemic’.

Ideally, they were seeking to serve a liability form on the superior officer at the station, as well as a ream of evidence and research, in order that the police at this station conduct an investigation into it, or failing that, be held responsible when the first child dies after receiving one of the Covid vaccines. Vaccines for UK children are expected to be rolled out in September.

Jun 16 10:50

White House DENIES Biden nodded when asked if he 'trusts' Putin after calling Russia a 'great power' during VERY awkward photo-op that began with a business-like hand shake instead of an elbow-bump

The White House today denied Joe Biden nodded when asked if he 'trusts' Vladimir Putin after calling Russia a 'great power' during a very awkward photo-op at the start of their summit in Geneva.

Jun 16 10:49

When 600,000 Doesn’t Equal 600,000

All media outlets are reporting that 600,000 Americans have now died of Covid-19. According to the Huff Post, “The number of lives lost, as recorded by Johns Hopkins University, is greater than the population of Baltimore or Milwaukee. It is about equal to the number of Americans who died of cancer in 2019.”

But these numbers are not equal. When 600,000 Americans died of cancer in 2019 they died of cancer. When 600,000 are said to have died of Covid-19, we don’t know exactly how many actually did. Many died with Covid-19, not from it. Others were said to have had it because of some bogus test. Others died of multiple causes, but it was financially and/or politically expedient to label their death as Covid-19 related.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The bottom line is.... NON Covid deaths have been listed as Covid Deaths to create, or maintain a certain level of fear, whereby the SHEEPLE will beg for the cure.... A vaccine. -- Steve Elkins

Jun 16 10:47

Biden's climate change moratorium on new oil and gas leases is BLOCKED by federal judge after lawsuit by Louisiana Attorney General

The Biden administration´s suspension of new oil and gas leases on federal land and water was blocked Tuesday by a federal judge in Louisiana who ordered that plans continue for lease sales that were delayed for the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska waters 'and all eligible onshore properties.'

Jun 16 10:43

Biden administration announces probe into NIH grants - including the funding Dr. Fauci approved for the Wuhan lab at center of COVID leak theories

A federal watchdog announced on Tuesday that it was starting a review into how the National Institutes of Health manages its grant program, an investigation that likely includes funding given to a Chinese laboratory at the center of COVID-19 questions.

Jun 16 10:41

Tucker Carlson Outlines The Primary Threat to Our Nation, The Corrupt Intelligence Apparatus Which Includes The FBI

Tucker Carlson did an extensive monologue and interview last night as a review of the January 6th DC protest contrast against the likelihood of FBI organization and coordination. Many are calling this a brave discussion because Carlson will likely face backlash for the overview. As CTH has noted often, the politicization of the U.S. intelligence apparatus is the biggest threat to our constitutional republic. In this segment Carlson arrives at the same conclusion.

Carlson used a Revolver article (SEE HERE) by Darren Beattie as the framework for the discussion. The additional examples Carlson uses are familiar to CTH readers as we have used them before to highlight how politically corrupt the FBI has become. For those who missed the segment it is in the first 15 minutes of the video below (likely will not last long). UPDATE: Video Switched

Jun 16 10:41

Covid survivors say they experience 'bizarre' tastes and smells months after clearing the infection - including coffee having an aroma like GASOLINE

After recovering from COVID-19, several survivors say they are experiencing say they either can't smell or are experienced distorted and misplaced odors and tastes.

Jun 16 10:39

Real hol up ? (Video)

Jun 16 10:38

NIH study finds more evidence that COVID-19 was circulating in the US as early as Christmas 2019, weeks before states reported their first cases

Researchers have found more evidence to suggest that the new coronavirus was circulating in the U.S. at low levels in December 2019, weeks before cases were recognized by health officials.

Jun 16 10:33

Congress unveils new laws to curb power of Big Tech, but NONE of them address viewpoint discrimination censorship and assaults on free speech

It is important to note that none of the proposed bills in any way address Big Tech’s free speech violations and censorship practices. All of them center around tech industry monopolies while completely sidestepping the First Amendment issue. -- The obvious reason, of course, is that Congress is completely bought off by Big Tech, Big Pharma and other oppressive industries that could not care less about our Constitution and will do anything they can to destroy it.

Jun 16 10:33

Rogue TV reporter releases secret recordings of Fox Corp bosses warning her to 'cease and desist' talking about hydroxychloroquine as she accuses them of bowing to CDC advertising pressure to promote vaccines

The local television news reporter who revealed live on the air that she planned to expose her bosses at Fox 26 KRIV-TV in Houston for allegedly 'muzzling' her has released recordings that she she says prove her censorship claims.

Jun 16 10:26

Bill de Blasio now calls for more regulation of e-scooters following the death of Gone Girl and Cocktail actress who died 10 days after she was mowed down by one

Bill de Blasio has called for greater regulation of e-scooters in New York one day after actress Lisa Banes died from a hit-and-run crash in Manhattan.

Jun 16 10:24

'It's reopening day!' Triumphant Cuomo blows kisses and Newsom goes wild as the embattled governors lift all remaining COVID restrictions in NY and Cali after both states hit 70% vax target

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and California Governor Gavin Newsom have lifted all remaining COVID restrictions and declared the pandemic over after vaccinating 70% of the adults in their states.

Jun 16 10:22

'The disease is the same name as the lab!' Jon Stewart says that COVID MUST have come from Wuhan lab and clashes with Stephen Colbert who accuses him of being a Republican

Jon Stewart clashed with fellow late night TV titan Stephen Colbert on Monday when he suggested that COVID-19 originated in a Wuhan laboratory.

Jun 16 10:19

Researchers Want to Convert Plastic Waste into Vanilla Flavoring. But Will It Really Be Safe to Eat?

By B.N. Frank

No doubt that discarded plastic is a huge problem...

Researchers want to turn plastic waste into vanilla flavoring. But how many people would knowingly eat anything flavored with recycled plastic waste even if it’s deemed safe by regulatory agencies like the FDA? After all, the FDA has a long history of NOT protecting the public...

Jun 16 10:09

Fox Whistleblower Releases Damning Tape Of Boss Ordering Censorship Of Hydroxychloroquine Stories

On Tuesday, Project Veritas released a shocking video featuring Ivory Hecker, a recently terminated Fox 26 reporter who revealed how Fox News suppressed articles concerning COVID-19.

Hecker shared video of her coworkers and superiors demonstrating a pattern of “censorship” on COVID-19 and Bitcoin stories.

“Viewers are being deceived about some of the things that are going on,” Hecker told Veritas.

Jun 16 10:07

Critical ThroughTek Flaw Opens Millions of Connected Cameras to Eavesdropping

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Tuesday issued an advisory regarding a critical software supply-chain flaw impacting ThroughTek's software development kit (SDK) that could be abused by an adversary to gain improper access to audio and video streams.

"Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could permit unauthorized access to sensitive information, such as camera audio/video feeds," CISA said in the alert.

ThroughTek's point-to-point (P2P) SDK is widely used by IoT devices with video surveillance or audio/video transmission capability such as IP cameras, baby and pet monitoring cameras, smart home appliances, and sensors to provide remote access to the media content over the internet.

Jun 16 09:36

'She's Ignorant, Simplistic, Shallow': Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert Slams Ilhan Omar As 'Unworthy' Of Congress After She Compared Israel To Hamas And Taliban

Israel's former prime minister has said that Ilhan Omar is 'unworthy' to sit in Congress following her 'ignorant, simplistic and shallow' criticism of his country.

Jun 16 09:36

AG Merrick Garland Declares 'White Extremists' Greatest Threat As Black Extremist Goes On Shooting Spree 'Targeting White Men'

Attorney General Merrick Garland on Tuesday declared white extremists the greatest "violent extremist threat" right as a black extremist was being charged for going on a weekend shooting spree "targeting white men" in Georgia and Alabama.

Jun 16 09:35

Huge explosions rock Gaza as Israeli warplanes launch airstrikes in response to Hamas firebomb balloons just three weeks after ceasefire was agreed

Israeli aircraft have launched fresh airstrikes against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, bringing an end to the brief ceasefire after the latest devastating conflict in the region.

Jun 16 09:33

'He's going to show up loaded for bear': Pompeo warns that Putin will make short work of Biden at today's showdown and that America's enemies can 'smell' the president's weakness

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has accused President Joe Biden of 'weakness' and predicted that Russian President Vladimir Putin will put the screws on him during their showdown meeting.

Jun 16 09:32

You gon' learn today (Picture)

Jun 16 09:32

The last US-Russia showdown in Geneva: How Cold War rivals Reagan and Gorbachev thawed relations with fireside chats in a Swiss villa in 1985 - and had far higher expectations than Biden and Putin's meeting

Wednesday's talks between US President Joe Biden and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin evoke vivid memories of the 1985 Geneva summit, when Cold War rivals Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met for the first time.

Jun 16 09:29

Global Debt From $300 Trillion To $2 Quadrillion In Next 5-10 Years

It is only with this ingenious Hocus Pocus scheme that the politicians have been able to increase the US federal debt every single year for 90 years without a financial collapse. And at the same time the scheme has allowed the politicians to stay in power without the system going bankrupt. -- Obviously the politicians are only given the illusion by the bankers that they are actually in power. The bankers constantly make the politicians insecure by letting the opposing party win regularly. The bankers know that fear and insecurity combined with financial power give them perfect control of the politicians.

Jun 16 09:11

Test your IQ (Picture)

Jun 16 09:11

Biden nominates Miracle on the Hudson pilot 'Sully' Sullenberger as US civil aviation representative in list of nine diplomatic posts including ambassadors to Mexico and Israel

President Joe Biden on Tuesday unveiled picks for several high-profile ambassadorial postings, tapping career diplomats steeped in foreign policy experience - as well as political allies and aviation hero 'Sully' Sullenberger.

Jun 16 09:08

'I am going to get in trouble... I'm leaving out a lot of people': Biden apologizes for forgetting to thank his aides during meeting with EU leaders

President Joe Biden said he was 'going to get in trouble' again for forgetting to thank a list of his top aides during his meeting with European Union leaders on Tuesday.

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