May 31 09:03

Fugitive Georgian ex-president nominated as governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region

Ukraine's cabinet has nominated celebrity tie-eater and former president of Georgia, Mikhail Saakashvili, as governor of Ukraine’s coastal Odessa region.

May 31 09:02

Honolulu's Homelessness Crackdown Backfires On Tourists

Tourists hit with citations have no easy out. They can hire an attorney or request permission to plead guilty by mail, but fighting the citation is more difficult, because you must be present in court for trial. One Toronto woman ended up with a criminal warrant after missing her court date.

May 31 08:57

Netanyahu says committed to Palestinian state

"I remain committed to the idea that the only way we can achieve a lasting peace is through the concept of two states for two peoples -- a demilitarised Palestinian state that recognises the Jewish nation state of Israel," he said.
Note: How about a demilitarized Jewish state that recognizes the Palestinian State.....all of it!

May 31 08:53

Netanyahu's idea of peace talks

The latest twist in Tel Aviv's efforts to legitimise the illegal settlement enterprise is an initiative proposed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, which appears - on the surface - to favour the peace process. But as the EU and other Western countries increase pressure on Israel, its latest deception simply circumvents global demands for an end to its 48-year occupation of Palestinian territory.

May 31 08:51

America Sells Israel 32,100 High-Tech Bombs and Missiles. 3 Guesses Why...

So on whom is Israel planning to "recur" these particular missiles?
Quite possibly, on Iran. After all, if we were only talking about Israel replenishing exhausted tonnage, well, the 50 two-and-a-half-ton bunker busters Israel is buying weigh more than 100 tons altogether. Even if "replenishment" explained 50 of the bombs, missiles, and other equipment that Israel is buying... there's still 32,050 other bombs to be accounted for.
Note: Israel also asked for an additional 4.5 billion in aid. Had enough yet!

May 31 08:41

Bill Gates bets future epidemic will “kill over 10 million excess people” — Are you one of them?

While one of the world’s richest men, Bill Gates, rates the chance of a “nuclear war” happening in his lifetime as “fairly low”, Gates maintains that there is ‘well over a 50 percent’ chance that a major pandemic, “far worse than Ebola”, will sweep the sweep the globe in coming years, Gates told Vox’s Editor-in-chief, Ezra Klein.

May 31 08:08

‘She’s Been Awfully Silent'

‘She’s Been Awfully Silent': O’Malley Rips Hillary Over Trade Stance

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley aimed his fire at Hillary Clinton Sunday on “This Week,” calling her out for her silence on trade and her non-stance on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which President Barack Obama continues to push for.

May 31 06:53

California Water Crisis: What’s Next

In recent news, there has been significant coverage of California’s struggle with its below average precipitation in the past several years. Yes, they call it a drought. Governor Jerry Brown and California State Water Resources Control Board have come forward with restrictions on water use, primarily in urban and suburban areas. People are ripping up lawns.

May 31 06:04

Countdown: Obama has 1 month to strike deal with Iran

In recent days, Republicans have highlighted the continuing imprisonment of three Americans in Iran, as The Washington Post's Jason Rezaian.

House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-Ohio) office issued a statement on Thursday urging the administration to tie the final nuclear deal with their release.

“Negotiations with Iran — and any good nuclear deal — should include the safe return of all of them,” the statement said.

But the Obama administration doesn’t just have to worry about Congress: it also faces pressure from within the “P5+1” — which consists of the U.S., the United Kingdom, China, France, and Russia plus Germany.

May 31 05:59

Iran nuclear talks very constructive: Kerry

US Secretary of State John Kerry says the latest round of nuclear talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif have been ‘very constructive’ while top Iranian negotiator Abbas Araqchi says some gaps still remain.

Kerry made the remarks following talks with his Iranian counterpart over Tehran’s nuclear program in the Swiss city of Geneva late on Saturday.

According to reports, US State Department officials also described the negotiations as most substantive and toughest since a mutual understanding between Tehran and the six world powers was reached in Switzerland back in April.

May 31 05:46

Operation Northern Exposure: Over 1,000 troops to take part in Michigan dirty bomb exercise

A massive simulated dirty bomb attack exercise is set to take place at the end of June in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

May 31 05:32

Wiesenthal Centre urges Croatia to end pensions to Nazi allies

Zagreb (AFP) - The Nazi-hunting Simon Wiesenthal Center on Tuesday urged Croatia to stop paying pensions to people who served in the country's World War II Nazi-allied armed forces, labelling the policy an insult to their victims.

May 31 05:22

British Jewish Woman Wins $25k in Religious Discrimination Suit

Aurelie Fhima applied to Travel Jigsaw in Manchester, but was rejected after she said at a job interview that her religious observance prevents her from working on Friday nights and Saturdays, the Telegraph reported.

Travel Jigsaw officials sent her a letter saying that they could not hire her, because “We are still looking for people who are flexible enough to work Saturdays.”

May 31 05:20

Dear World: Netanyahu Is Calling You Stupid

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is grabbing positive headlines these days: first with reports that he wants to go back to negotiations with the Palestinians, and second with reports that he has expressed support for the Arab Peace Initiative (API). Or more accurately, he told EU Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini that he wants negotiations with the Palestinians over settlement blocs, and he told the press that he likes the "general idea" of better relations between Israel in the Arab world. Or, in essence, twice recently Netanyahu called the world stupid.

May 31 05:17

US pension funds to divest from Israel boycotters

Last month, Illinois became the first US state to pass a bill banning the state’s five pension funds from investing in companies that boycott Israel.
The bill is widely considered an attempt to undermine the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which calls for investors to pull money from companies it believes are complicit in violating Palestinian rights.

May 31 04:50

US police shot dead almost 400 people in 5 months

At least 385 people ranging in age from 16 to 83 have died at the hands of police across the US this year, The Washington Post revealed. One in six victims were unarmed, mostly black or Hispanic, and officers were charged in less than 1% of cases.

May 30 23:10

Rand Paul Praises Bill Gates, "his amazing vaccination crusade in Africa"

Presidential hopeful Rand Paul has done it once again, never ceasing to amaze those who supported his father Ron. In his latest book 'Taking A Stand,' Rand Paul has praised Bill Gates vaccine campaign, and also said there's a chance that the Federal Reserve only has our best interests at heart.


May 30 19:52

Yet more military equipment turns up — this time in a Nevada Walmart parking lot

The above video, posted to YouTube May 24, shows some type of large military vehicle and possibly more in the background at a local Walmart store.

May 30 18:49

Pentagon Report Says West, Persian Gulf States and Turkey Created ISIS

When asked repeatedly by journalist and ex-US marine Brad Hoff to dispel claims that the West aligned itself with IS or ISIS at some point in Syria, the DIA’s official response was telling: “No comment.”





May 30 16:17

Demand Full Impeachment of Ginny Burdick and Jeff Kruse

Measure 91 aimed to end prohibition of marijuana for adults over 21 and end a war on the civil liberties of many. This was the intent of the 56% of voters. Senator Burdick and Kruse are using this monumental opportunity for the state to further unethical treatment of medical patients and perpetuate the failed War On Drugs in a manner inconsistent with their voter base. It time we take action together and stand against this tyranny.



May 30 15:48

Imprisoned Israeli human rights activist vows to fight on

Marianne Azizi describes the ordeal of human rights activist Moti Leybel who was arrested, strip-searched and imprisoned by Israeli police after exercising his right to free speech for only 30 seconds.

May 30 15:46

Hamas, Fatah must start communicating or forget dreams of freedom

Stuart Littlewood challenges Hamas and the Palestinian Authority to get a grip and reach out with news and briefings to those who are likely to use their material, including the alternative media.














May 30 11:50

Today's Salisbury Beach (*MA) Sea Temperature

Today's Salisbury Beach sea temperature is 48 °F.
Statistics for 30 May (1981–2005) – mean: 11.4 °C, range: 9.7 °C to 14.2 °C

Sunny with deceptively warm air temperatures at Salisbury Beach, yet the sea remains very cold (9 °C). Despite the weather (windchill 24 °C), surfers will need a quality winter wetsuit, a neoprene hood, gloves and boots.

(*Just back from 'The Beach' , thought I'd 'share' . )

May 30 11:33

Cashless Control Grid: 25% of Australians Would Get a Chip Implanted in Them to Pay for Stuff

Think we’re being tracked and traced now? Why would you be interested in not only taking the mark but for a cashless control grid in the modern era of corruption we find ourselves swimming in? This is not only trusting to the point of idiocy, it’s literally voting for one’s own enslavement.
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May 30 11:20

DOD Charges Millions at Casinos and Strip Clubs to Government Credit Cards

In yet another chapter from the book of how government irresponsibly wastes your money, it has now been reported that DOD employees racked up over $4 million in personal charges on government issued credit cards, including casinos and strip clubs.

May 30 10:45

Baltimore Cops Afraid Biggest Threat To Their Safety is the Mayor; Not The Criminals

Baltimore police officers feels like the Mayor and Attorney General are a greater threat to their safety than the criminals out in the street. It’s no wonder the crime rate is exploding as criminals feel empowered.

May 30 10:45

This is a Picture the Military has Never Let Anyone See Until Now

This is a picture the military has never let anyone see until now.
This is a picture behind the scenes at Dover Air Force Base where the bodies of fallen soldiers are prepared for burial.
And that includes being properly dressed, all the way down to the smallest detail.

May 30 10:22

Bank Head: Islamic banking in Russia may ease effect of sanctions and help attract capital from Arab Countries

Herman Gref, the head of Russia’s largest bank Sberbank, welcomed the introduction of Islamic banking in the country’s traditionally Muslim regions, saying it would help attract capital from Arab countries. "We will actively promote the development of such a tool as Islamic banking, as it opens up a good opportunity to work with international partners amid sanctions," said Gref on Friday at a shareholders meeting.


May 30 09:52

To Fill Budget Hole, Kansas G.O.P. Considers the Unthinkable: Raising Taxes

With the state facing a $400 million budget hole for the coming fiscal year, the conservatives who dominate the Legislature here say they are agonizing over the likelihood of doing something that did not seem to be in their DNA: raising taxes.

May 30 09:51

A TV station in the state of Tennessee has refused to show an advert – because it features a Navy veteran who remains banned from marrying his partner.

The Freedom to Marry ad features Dr Jesse Ehrenfeld – a Republican soldier who wants to marry his partner, having just returned from working in a trauma hospital in Afghanistan.
However, although the ad tells the real story of Dr Ehrenfeld and his partner, Tennessee station WRCB decided that it was inappropriate.


May 30 09:35

‘Tommorowland’ film review: Earth transformed only after .01%’s continuous doom-porn ended

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Tommorland contrasts a future of Earth as the wonderful place we all see possible from a soul-crushing present with literally no future.

Like today, the story’s general public is in an Emperor’s New Clothes trance, blind to a hidden government continuously broadcasting doom-porn.

This .01% secret government is trans-dimensional, manipulates future timelines, and has technology capable of easily solving all economic problems. However, the “leadership” of this .01% are literal psychopaths (and here): a public face of “caring for the future” while actively killing anyone working for truth and free will.

The .01% shadow government keeps their hidden history secret with all available technology, constantly lying and manipulating the general public. The lies are meant to continue until an endgame that apparently kills most of the 99.99%.

May 30 09:31

5 facts about the minimum wage

The Los Angeles City Council this week moved to raise the city’s local minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020, joining a growing list of states, cities and other localities in moving beyond the federal minimum of $7.25. While the idea of raising the minimum wage is broadly popular, efforts to do so at the national level have stalled repeatedly in Congress, leading advocates to focus more of their efforts on cities and states.

May 30 09:31

Judge orders woman to walk 30 miles, the length of trip, for bailing on cab fare

In Lake County, Judge Michael A. Cicconetti is known for giving people a taste of their own medicine and Thursday's sentencing did not disappoint.

May 30 09:01

So. Calif Man Gets $18,741 Water Bill even after installing astroturf on his lawn

When he challenged the amount of both bills, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) told him to pay it or his water and power would be shut off. The LADWP has declined request for interview.

May 30 08:59

Greville Janner - How "People in High Places" Covered Up for a Parliamentary Pedophile

The Lord Greville Janner affair shows no signs of winding down despite the best efforts by the authorities to kick it into the long grass. Each week brings new revelations about the former President of the British Board of Jewish Deputies, who is suspected of at least 22 cases of child sexual abuse.

Up until now the scrutiny has mainly focused on how, although said to be too ill with dementia to be tried, the 86-year-old founder of the Holocaust Education Trust was able to take part in parliamentary debates, collect a hundred thousand pounds in expenses, and was compus mentus enough to sign over his property deeds to his children thereby putting them out of range of any damages litigation.