by Pam Martens and Russ Martens, Wall St On Parade:
Tonight, at 7 p.m., Wall Street historian and author, Nomi Prins, will be speaking at The Strand bookstore at 828 Broadway in New York City. (See admission details here.) The appearance marks the launch of her latest book, Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World, set for release tomorrow. While former FBI Director James Comey’s new book, A Higher Loyalty, has been getting lots of attention on cable news, Collusion is a far more important book. America can recover from a disastrous presidency, the topic of Comey’s book. But America might not be able to fully recover from another epic financial crash brought on by disastrous central bank policy – the subject of Prins’ book.
by Ralph Flores, Natural News:
Cancer is a disease that can be prevented through an active lifestyle and a healthy diet. Nutritionist Rick Hay discussed which food items are beneficial for supporting the body in keeping cancer at bay. (h/t to Healthista.com.)
Leafy green and cruciferous vegetables — These refer to the vegetables under the Brassica genus of plants which includes broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, and turnips. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) latest Dietary Guideline for Americans, men should have at least two cups of dark-green vegetables (where cruciferous vegetables are grouped) in a week, while women must consume at least 1 ½ cups per week – that’s about a cup of chopped broccoli florets or two cups of raw spinach for one cup. (Related: Cruciferous Vegetables Proven to Prevent Breast Cancer.)
by Ron Paul, Ron Paul Institute:
Twenty-three-month-old Alfie Evans, passed away in a British hospital on Saturday. While the official cause of death was a degenerative brain disease, Alfie may have been murdered by the British health system and the British high court. Doctors at the hospital treating Alfie decided to remove his life support, against the wishes of Alfie’s parents. The high court not only upheld the doctors’ authority to override the parents’ wishes, it refused to allow the parents to take Alfie abroad for treatment.
In upholding the government’s authority to substitute its judgment for that of Alfie’s parents, the high court is following in the footsteps of authoritarians throughout history. Ever since Plato, supporters of big government have sought to put government in charge of raising children. The authoritarianism of a system where “experts” can override parents is underscored by a police warning that they were “monitoring” social media posts regarding Alfie.
by Elizabeth Vos, Disobedient Media:
Last year, Disobedient Media broke coverage of the groundbreaking findings published by the Forensicator, which suggested that the files published by the Guccifer 2.0 persona had not been hacked from Eastern Europe, but were instead accessed locally. Recently, the Forensicator published a new analysis, the first of three articles which will comprise a series centered once again on the work of Guccifer 2.0.
The Forensicator’s article, Did Guccifer 2 Plant his Russian Fingerprints?, analyzes the first five Word documents that Guccifer 2.0 published on his WordPress.com blog the day after the DNC alleged that it had been hacked by Russian state-sponsored operatives. The first of those documents, which Guccifer 2.0 labeled 1.doc, also known as the “Trump opposition report,” received a substantial amount of corporate media attention.
by Karl Denninger, Market Ticker:
You probably didn’t know this.
Now I won’t actually give you “the last 100 years” because we’ve only been in the satellite business for a somewhere around 50 years, and it is only through that time that we’ve had anything approaching consistent global “views” of surface temperatures. But certainly in the last 50 years the science holds up.
Oh, and incidentally, temperature volatility has been much lower than average too — which is interesting, because that’s not what you’d expect from the media screaming about “extreme” weather events.
by Vicki Batts, Natural News:
Climate change has been presented as an irrefutable fact; a happening that cannot be ignored, with even the slightest change in weather being named a harbinger of imminent disaster. But the truth is that the notion of global warming has always been up for debate — and new science continues to show that the world may not be ending, after all.
Despite what the climate change alarmists want you to believe, recent research has shown that climate change predictions have been wildly overstated. In fact, climatologists now say that the impact of human activity on climate is 45 percent less severe than expected.
from The Anti Media:
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Saudi Arabia on Saturday on a hastily-arranged visit to the Middle East as the United States aims to muster support for new sanctions against Iran.
The visit to Riyadh, Jerusalem and Amman just two days after Pompeo was sworn-in comes as President Donald Trump is set to decide whether to pull out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran that is still supported by European powers.
“We are urging nations around the world to sanction any individuals and entities associated with Iran’s missile program, and it has also been a big part of discussions with Europeans,” Brian Hook, a senior policy advisor traveling with Pompeo, told reporters.