by Joel B. Pollack, Breitbart:
Some journalists are beginning to worry that their phone records may have been caught up in snooping conducted by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and revealed in the House Intelligence Committee’s 300-page impeachment report.
In the report, which Schiff unveiled on Tuesday, the committee uses AT&T phone records to draw connections between Ranking Member Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), and his staff; President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani; investigative journalist John Solomon; and now-indicted Ukrainian-American businessman Lev Parnas.
from 21st Century Wire:
Facebook – backed by some of the largest banks and corporations on Earth – seek to create a global digital currency and reassert Western dominion over the global economy.
Many are probably already familiar with US-based social media giants like Facebook and Twitter carrying out sweeping campaigns of censorship executed in line with US foreign policy objectives.
New Eastern Outlook itself was deleted off of both networks – just one among many thousands of accounts wiped out in a virtual information war.
by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:
This is the first of a 2 part series which speaks to the fact that (1) the majority of citizens from any country, including America would participate in roundup and exterminations just like Hitler, Stalin and Mao; and (2) Most Americans would willingly surrender themselves to the camps. A couple of psychology studies speaks to the fact that this is a real threat in America’s near future.
by Andrew West, Freedom OutPost:
The weight of the surveillance state is soon to suffocate the American ideals of liberty and justice for all, and We The People are standing idly by and allowing these trespasses against us.
The Constitution of our nation is very clear: We are to be protected from unlawful search and seizure at all times. Through adjudication, we have taken this to mean that, in essence, we cannot be litigated against, arrests, or detained unless we are caught in an illegal act, or are currently under enough suspicion of an illegal act to warrant an actual warrant. Authorities are not allowed to simply stop you on the street and check to see if you’re wanted for a crime, nor can they pull you over because they feel like searching your vehicle.
by Tracey Watson, Natural News:
The very first amendment to the U.S. constitution deals with the sensitive subject of freedom of speech, and it is sacred to many people, who feel that the 1st amendment protects their religious, ethical and other freedoms. The right to have your own opinion and express it freely is something cherished by most Americans.
Nonetheless, freedom of speech is under attack, not just in the United States, but across the globe. Countries like China are famous for openly censoring the exchange of ideas and information that they deem to be unacceptable or threatening.
by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:
If the US government suddenly began a bombing campaign on North Korea which killed thousands of innocent men, women, and children, this would be considered an act of war. However, if the US government intentionally targets these same men, women, and children with economic sanctions — that kill thousands civilians though starvation and illness — this is considered “diplomatic” and a peaceful resolution.
from Activist Post:
A couple of minutes after polls closed in Easton, Pennsylvania on Election Day, the chairwoman of the county Republicans, Lee Snover, realized something had gone horribly wrong.
When vote totals began to come in for the Northampton County judge’s race, it was obvious there was a problem. The Democratic candidate, Abe Kassis, only had 164 votes out of 55,000 ballots across 100 precincts. In an area where you can vote for a straight party ticket, it was near a “statistical impossibility”, according to the New York Times.