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Aug 15 22:02

Revealed: Private jet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle used to fly out to Spain cost £20,000 from a fleet dubbed 'the Uber for billionaires'

The private jet Harry and Meghan used to fly out to Spain cost £20,000 for the journey and was from a fleet dubbed 'the Uber for billionaires', it can be revealed.

The eco-campaigning royal couple flew on a nine-seater aircraft from NetJets, a plane sharing service used by the super rich.

Aug 15 17:55

Oil Markets Face Nightmare Scenario

Aug 15 17:55

How Much Student Debt Does Each State Hold?

Aug 15 17:46

Facebook Paid Contractors Like Amazon And Apple To Listen To Your Conversations — Code Named PRISM

By Aaron Kesel

In another Facebook scandal of the year, the company has been accused of paying hundreds of outside contractors to transcribe clips of audio from users of its services...

Aug 15 17:02

Instead of red flag laws, why won’t lawmakers investigate psychiatric drugs and their links to violence?

As we’ve come to expect, “RINOs” (Republicans in name only) like Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina are now eagerly pushing the so-called “red flag” laws that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner want to see implemented all across the country as an affront to the Second Amendment. But why is nothing being said about the role that psychiatric pharmaceuticals like SSRIs (selective serotonin reputake inhibitors) quite obviously play in America’s mass shootings?

Aug 15 16:51

Red Flag Gun Laws- the obvious problems politicians want to ignore

Politicians told us to put up plastic signs that said “no guns allowed”. The results were horrible. -- Instead of making us safer as they promised, these “gun-free” zones left crowds of unarmed people at the mercy of mass murderers. Gun-control politicians aren’t criticized when their policies fail. Rather than fix their mistakes, they invent a new gun-control law. Criminals don’t follow gun laws, so these new laws are no more effective than the last ones. We’re rightfully disturbed when innocent people are slaughtered. Rather than fix their mistakes, Democrat politicians offered up human sacrifices so we’ll feel safer.

Aug 15 15:20

Child abuse victims will get payout of millions after more than 120 were stripped, given truth serum and raped at psychiatric hospital in shocking case set to dwarf Jimmy Savile scandal

More than 120 former child patients at a psychiatric hospital who suffered horrific sexual and physical abuse are set to receive a payout of millions of pounds.

Dozens of vulnerable children were taken to Aston Hall, Derbyshire, where they were stripped naked, put in straightjackets and injected with a 'truth serum' before many were raped and sexually abused, detectives have been told.

Most of the sickening abuse was carried out by former hospital boss Dr Kenneth Milner in the 1950s, 60s and 70s.

Now it can be revealed an agreement has been made with the victims and the Secretary of State for Health which means the compensation will run into millions of pounds.

Aug 15 14:44

Norway election: How 350,000 immigrants can VOTE in elections - ‘Doesn’t make sense’

NORWAY’s local elections are less than a month away and a rule could see up to 350,000 immigrants legally vote in the Scandinavian country.

Aug 15 14:17

Office 365 alternative: Consider LibreOffice for your next PC office suite

If you want a standalone office suite for your computer, LibreOffice may soon not just be your best choice, it will be close to your only PC-based choice.

Aug 15 13:59

Ohio City Replacing ShotSpotter Surveillance with More Intrusive WiFi Tech

By B.N. Frank

Never mind that WiFi exposure reduces impulse control, which can increase potential for violence.

Most are familiar with the saying – “Guns don’t kill people. People kill people.” Because of increased gun violence, many American law enforcement agencies have been asking that communities invest in expensive WiFi operating technology to be installed for deterring crime...

Aug 15 13:20

16 million Americans will vote on hackable paperless machines

Experts agree that paper ballots are needed, but eight American states will use completely paperless machines in the 2020 elections.

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