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Allen Dulles’s Indonesian Strategy

November 24, 2016

Would Allen Dulles have resorted to assassinating the President of the United States to ensure the achievement of  his ‘Indonesian strategy’?
This is the central question addressed by Greg Poulgrain in his extraordinarily important book, The Incubus of Intervention: Conflicting Indonesian Strategies of John F. Kennedy and Allen Dulles.
Two days before President John Kennedy’s assassination on November 22, 1963, he had accepted an invitation from Indonesian President Sukarno to visit that country the following spring.  The aim of the visit was to end the conflict (Konfrontasi) between Indonesia and Malaysia and to continue Kennedy’s efforts to support post-colonial Indonesia with economic and developmental aid, not military.   It was part of his larger

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Fukushima Reactor Cooling System Stops

November 23, 2016

The cooling system of the third reactor at the Fukushima nuclear power plant has stopped circulating water following a powerful 7.3 offshore earthquake. TEPCO said it managed to restart the system some 90 minutes after the failure.
The cooling system servicing the Unit 3 spent fuel pool was not able to circulate water to cool the nuclear fuel because of a broken pump, according to the Nuclear Regulatory Agency.
The temperature in the pool went up to 28.7 degrees Celsius. It takes up to seven days for temperatures to rise to 65 degrees Celsius, which is the upper operational limit, Japan’s national nuclear agency said.

According to NHK, cooling equipment for the spent nuclear fuel pool in the reactor No. 3 of Tepco’s Fukushima No. 2 power plant has stopped.

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The War on Cash Escalates

November 23, 2016

We began writing on the War on Cash some time ago when it was still just a theoretical ploy that we believed banks and governments were likely to employ as their economic adventurism continued to unravel.
But, in the last year, several countries have, as a part of the War on Cash, begun removing larger banknotes from circulation in order to force people to perform all economic transactions through the banking system, ensuring that the banks would gain total control over the movement of money.
Of course, the banks could not admit their true goal to the public. They instead used the governments to claim that the measure was being undertaken to restrict crime (money laundering, drug deals, black marketing, terrorism, etc.).
Recently, without any fanfare, ATMs

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Merkel Helped Fund the Clinton Crime Family

November 23, 2016

It has been proven over and over again that the Clinton Foundation receives large donations from abroad. However, a striking revelation came recently when it turned out that a German state institution was also among its sponsors.
According to Sputnik Germany, the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) appeared on the list of sponsors of the Clinton Foundation on the official website of the latter and is assumed to have donated from one to five million US dollars to the American institution.

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As the screenshot shows, there is a **symbol after the name of the organization which, as explained below, means that the donated amount also includes subsidies from the state.
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Laser Pistol Training Just Got Better

November 23, 2016

Originally published by AmmoLand.com.
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The All-Inclusive kit includes LaserLyte’s Trainer trigger time laser compact pistol and a reaction time target.
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This Interactive target system provides visual and audible notification for alerting shooters when the Trainer trigger time pistol’s integrated laser hits the target. Two target modes challenge the shooter’s skills in

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False Flags and the Shadow Government

November 23, 2016

Former Republican Texas Congressman Ron Paul warned that a “false flag” event could get President-elect Donald Trump in a foreign entanglement and said a “shadow government” undermined President Barack Obama’s foreign policy, in an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller Monday.
During Trump’s campaign for the presidency, he railed against the Iraq war. “The War in Iraq we spent $2 trillion, thousands of lives, we don’t even have it. Iran is taking over Iraq with the second largest oil reserves in the world, obviously it was a mistake. George Bush made a mistake,” the president-elect said during a February debate.
Paul has made a career partly out of attacking policies that championed the Iraq war, but the libertarian does not think that Trump’s victory

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From Common Man to Hero of Hope

November 23, 2016

Sylvester Stallone wasn’t born a leading man. Complications at birth left the son of a hairdresser with nerve damage that slurred his speech and curled his lips into a permanent snarl. His childhood wasn’t easy. His parents fought constantly, and he and his brother slipped in and out of foster care. By high school, they’d moved back in with their mother in Philadelphia, but Stallone’s emotional problems followed him. He struggled academically and was expelled from multiple schools. The arts became his refuge. He spent his free time painting and writing poetry, but his real dream was the silver screen. By the time he was 18, he knew he wanted to act.
Stallone studied drama at the American College of Switzerland and then at the University of Miami, but then

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Flapdoodle of the Left

November 23, 2016

When I was in Dublin, I had a lot of fun watching the BBC and SkyNews, mostly because they were still in shock over Brexit. It was as if they learned that the Loch Ness Monster was real. They just could not come to terms with the new reality. Every segment circled back to the vote and how it was the worst thing to happen since Dunkirk. They talked about Brexit in the same way people talk about life-altering tragedies. At one point, someone even said, “I’ll never forget where I was the day I heard the news of Brexit.”
The interesting thing was that they were so sure that Brexit would be a disaster that they were starting to pretend that the disaster was happening, even though nothing had changed since the vote. At the time, the markets were up and the

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Foogle Ready To Kill Alternative Media

November 22, 2016

This week three media goliaths — Facebook, Google, and Twitter, who collectively act as information gatekeepers for the Internet — announced they would begin implementing censorship practices against news sites they deem misleading.
Web sites that publish “fake,” misleading, or even satirical news will now be subject to a sliding scale of infractions that will target ad revenue and social media algorithms. Without ad revenue from monetization platforms like Google Adsense, many of these sites would not be able to continue publishing, and without Facebook’s distribution platform, even sites with good organic reach could find their traffic severely crippled.
“Moving forward, we will restrict ad serving on pages that misrepresent, misstate, or conceal

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Trump’s Awesome Opportunity

November 22, 2016

Come January, President-elect Donald Trump — the self-described “king of builders” — will be faced with a unique re-modeling opportunity that’s nearly exclusive to him — completely reshaping the Federal Reserve.
There are currently two vacant positions on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, the main governing body of the central bank. Chairwoman Janet Yellen and Vice-Chair Stanley Fischer’s terms will expire by 2018. This means that should Yellen and Fischer follow custom and concede their board seats, Trump will have the opportunity to replace four of the Fed’s seven leading officials with conservative figures during his presidency.
And that’s a big deal.
Board members serve 14-year terms, and there have been very few times in history where more than

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Assange: Google Is Not What it Seems

November 22, 2016

Originally appeared at The Free Thought Project
Julian Assange cautioned all of us a while back, in the vein of revelations similar to those provided by Edward Snowden, that Google — the insidious search engine with a reputation for powering humanity’s research — plays the dark hand role in furthering U.S. imperialism and foreign policy agendas.
Now, as the Wikileaks founder faces days of questioning by a Swedish special prosecutor over rape allegations inside his Ecuadorian Embassy haven in London today — and particularly in wake of the presidential election — Assange’s warning Google “is not what it seems” must be revisited.
Under intense scrutiny by the U.S. State Department for several controversial Wikileaks’ publications of leaked documents in 2011,

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8 Foods All Men Should Eat

November 22, 2016

When push comes to shove, many men eat what they fancy or what’s on offer in the supermarket or work canteen.
And in this day and age it’s usually stodgy, beige and a slow but steady route to heart disease.
But there a few simple tricks that can make a massive difference to your diet – and overall heath.
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Poor Darlings! First Brexit, Than Trump

November 21, 2016

Hailing 2016 the year of ‘two big political revolutions’ Nigel Farage said Angela Merkel and Barack Obama are ‘in denial’ over the public’s rejection of the political establishment.
Speaking on Fox News, the UKIP leader said Obama and the German Chancellor ‘simply can’t face up to the fact that their worldview has taken an absolute beating in the year of 2016′.
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He has taken to social media to call 2016 ‘the year of political revolution’ and the ‘underdog’ with the Brexit vote in the UK and the election of Donald Trump in America.

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Hillary’s Criminal Enterprise Hits the Skids

November 21, 2016

Donations to the Clinton Foundation plummeted amid Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential run, it has been revealed.
The non-profit organization’s latest tax filings show contributions fell 37 per cent to $108million – down from $172million in 2014, according to the New York Post.
Donations fell as the former Secretary of State left the group in April last year shortly after announcing her run for the White House.
Her departure also meant that revenue brought in from paid speeches plunged from $3.6million in 2014 to just $357,500.
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The foundation became an issue during the presidential campaign when Donald Trump pledged to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate it amid pay-to-play allegations.

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Real Fake News

November 21, 2016

Former congressman Ron Paul revealed a list of “fake news” journalists he claims are responsible for “bogus wars” and lies about Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning the election. Journalists from CNN, the New York Times, and the Guardian are included.
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“This list contains the culprits who told us that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction and lied us into multiple bogus wars,”according to a report on his website, Ron Paul Liberty Report. Paul claims the list is sourced and “holds a lot more water”than a list previously released by Melissa Zimdars, who is described on Paul’s website as “a leftist feminist professor.”

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Woman Pistol Whips Home Invader

November 21, 2016

Originally published by AmmoLand.com.
USA – WLWT-TV 5 and FOX TV 19 reported in Middletown, Ohio, 11-03-2016 an incident happened after midnight on Monday in the 3100 block of Yale Drive.
The homeowner, who is in her 70s, told police that she was in bed when she heard a noise in her kitchen.
She went downstairs to check on the noise, only to find an arm reaching in through a window. The victim said “I started scratching, digging at his skin, pushing him, just knocking the crap out of him with my fists.”
The hapless burglar was apparently stuck in the window. Then the woman ran to grab her gun and call 911. Returning to the window, the elderly woman began to beat the intruder with the butt of her gun.
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JFK’s Intimate Confidant for Peace

November 19, 2016

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Abolish the Constitution

November 19, 2016

Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton called for innovative solutions for what ails America. For the former it was a new fence on our southern border that will supposedly be funded by Mexico; for the latter, it was free (i.e., taxpayer subsidized) college tuition. Fresh ideas, they told us, could “make America great again” and render us “stronger together.”
Neither campaign stopped to consider that it was an innovation that led to our current woes, one that most Americans view as their country’s greatest contribution to political science: the U.S. Constitution.
Undoubtedly, blaming America’s “paramount law,” as Chief Justice John Marshall called the Constitution, seems like scandalous heresy. Americans are taught that their fledgling nation was going down

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Hillary’s Rough Clientele

November 19, 2016

If you’re a basketball player who has been entrusted with the task of intentionally throwing a game in which you are playing, it is an exceedingly bad thing if you sprain an ankle just beforehand and are unable to play.  Granted, it’s not your fault, but you’ve likely received money up front for your services, and being unable to play amounts to your breaching the contract.  Given that the “other party” in this contract can consist of some rather unsavory types with poorly developed senses of humor, you, the sidelined player, may find yourself in a highly difficult situation.
I submit that the large numbers of sizable “donations” to Mrs. Clinton’s “foundation” were made with the assumption that Hillary would become president.  The size and source of the

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Always Have a Defensive Weapon Quickly Accessible

November 19, 2016

Originally published by AmmoLand.com.
USA – The Journal News in Hamilton, Ohio reports 11-02- 2016 an 88-year-old resident had just finished washing his car in the front yard of his home Tuesday night when a man and a woman cornered him.
They demanded money and forced him into the house.
Once inside the victim said they hit him in the face and in the chest. He thought he was going to be severely beaten. The male robber taunted him “You don’t have a gun, do you?”
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Actually the elderly resident’s gun had been stolen a month earlier, but he had purchased a .38 special to replace it. While the female accomplice was in the kitchen, the victim was able to get his gun from a coffee table drawer.

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Prepare to Defend Yourself Against Violent Rioters

November 19, 2016

Outbreak of Violent Riots
A number of riots have broken out in Los Angeles, Oakland, Portland, Austin and Manhattan following the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency. One anti-Trump protester in Los Angeles is quoted in a CNN interview saying, “People have to die” and graffiti on a monument in New Orleans reads “DIE WHITES DIE” in response to Trump’s election. Rioters are breaking windows of businesses, looting stores, lighting trash cans on fire, shooting flares and brutalizing people who might support Trump or disagree with their violent leftist ideology.
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Shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning, a female driver in Oakland was hit by another car on the highway,

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Ruthless Women

November 18, 2016

Ancient Rome wasn’t known for its enlightened attitude toward women. They were expected to be homemakers and to stay out of public life. Yet some women did manage to gain political power behind the scenes—even if they had to be ruthless to keep it.
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Messalina is best remembered for accusations about her wild sexual escapades, which Roman writers tended to throw at anyone they didn’t like. Pliny the Elder even claimed that she had sex with 25 men in a row to win a contest with Rome’s most famous prostitute.

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This hostility probably came from the fact that Messalina was the most powerful woman in Roman history up to that point. Her

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The Real Hillary Emerges From Hiding

November 18, 2016

A weary-looking Hillary Clinton said Wednesday evening at her first public appearance since she conceded to Donald Trump that she considered canceling her speech to the children’s advocacy group but kept the commitment out of respect for her mentor.
‘I will admit coming here tonight wasn’t the easiest thing for me,’ she said at the Children’s Defense Fund’s gala in Washington, D.C.
The failed presidential candidate added: ‘There have been a few times this past week when all I wanted to do is just to curl up with a good book or our dogs and never leave the house again.’
Clinton arrived and left the event at the Newseum through a private entrance and didn’t stick around to be hounded by her traveling press corps.
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Suck It Up, Buttercup

November 18, 2016

Many colleges responded to the result of the 2016 presidential election by offering to reschedule exams or providing additional counseling services. This greatly bothered an Iowa state representative who hopes to cut the budgets of participating schools.
Calling it the “Suck it up, buttercup bill,” State Representative Bobby Kaufmann (R-Wilton) plans to introduce legislation that would calculate how much state universities spent providing additional support to students after the election and cut their budget by half that amount.
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In addition, the legislation would punish protesters who shut down highways.

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Never Ignore These

November 18, 2016

We all experience pain from time to time. Maybe your back hurts or your knees are sore. It often doesn’t really matter where the pain is, all you know is that the older you get the more pain you experience.
For the most part, pain can signify a pulled muscle, overworked joints, or simply old age. But there are some types of pain that really shouldn’t be ignored as they can signify something more serious, meaning, you shouldn’t just pop yet another painkiller and forget about it.
7 types of pain you shouldn’t ignore
Sudden groin pain: This type of pain may be accompanied by swelling and may feel as if you were kicked in the groin. If you’re a male experiencing this pain, it could signify a testicular torsion. The testicles are attached to the body by the

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The Basket of Deplorables

November 17, 2016

The soufflé is a difficult dish to master. Even seasoned chefs can tell you that this very fragile, puffy delicacy will collapse if you open the oven at the wrong moment. Mirroring the vulnerability of the soufflé, a nation of undergraduate and graduate students is on the verge of a hysterical collapse following Hillary Clinton’s loss to Donald Trump.
Just as the frustrated chef’s anxiety comes from the perpetually delicate soufflé, the educator’s anxiety comes from a perpetually delicate generation of students. Post-election safe spaces abound at campuses nationwide, where mollycoddled students are offered coloring books and puppies (not a joke), and administrators implicitly signal to the campus minority that voted for Trump that their political philosophy

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Over 50 and Distracted?

November 17, 2016

Those of us advancing in years may despair that we are becoming ever more easily distracted.
But passing one’s 50th birthday often triggers a burst of creativity unparalleled in a person’s younger years, a study suggests.
The findings may explain the success of older achievers such as British novelist Richard Adams, who published Watership Down at 52 after a career in the Civil Service, and American author Laura Ingalls Wilder, who was 65 when she wrote the first of the Little House on the Prairie books.
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Colonel Harland David Sanders was also 65 when he founded the first of his Kentucky Fried Chicken shops – which have gone on to become a global phenomenon.

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The Forces of Evil, Treachery, and Deception

November 17, 2016

Program Note: Lew has interviewed author Peter Janney for the podcast which will be on LRC this weekend, 11/19-20.
“Mary’s Mosaic” is several things at once: an insightful and sensitive biography of both Mary Meyer and her one-time husband, CIA propaganda specialist Cord Meyer; a murder mystery; a trial drama; an expose of secret knowledge and cover-ups inside the Washington D.C. Beltway during the 1950s and 1960s; and of course, a love story about the late-developing relationship between President John F. Kennedy and Mary Pinchot Meyer, whom he had first met at an Ivy League prep school dance when she was only 15 years old. Their paths had crossed briefly once again in the Spring of 1945, at the founding conference of the United Nations in San Francisco.

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The Constitution of No Authority

November 16, 2016

Every now and then you read one of those books that you know will stick with you for years to come. It will shape and form your thoughts. There will be a lasting impression that will aid in your future decision-making and perceptions. Unexpectedly, for me, that is “No Treason”.
If you love Rousseau’s “Social Contract” you will hate this book; for they are emphatically opposed.
Spooner, a rabid abolitionist, affixes his argument on the crux that not allowing the South to uncouple itself peacefully from the Union, defines all that a voluntary government and Constitution ought to be and have been. For if one cannot leave the union, it is no union at all, but slavery in and of itself.
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Need a Shot of Pure Energy?

November 16, 2016

Eating beetroot can make you run faster, a study has found.
The purple vegetable was found to boost sprint times over 20 meters by 2 per cent.
While this may not sound much it is enough to give people an advantage in sports.
It may also be of use to old people who need to get a boost to get up the stairs, or run for the bus, researchers said.
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The key to beetroot’s effect is nitrates, which increase the energy available to muscle cells.

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In the study, one group were given beetroot juice, while the other were given beetroot juice that had the nitrate content taken out.
The two juices tasted the same, but those who drank the beetroot juice

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