Sky News Australia has a raging hardon for Joe Biden. I’ve seen anger like this before on websites like Slate and Vox, when Trump was in office. There’s really no … Continue reading
Macron Possibly Affected by Israeli Spyware. Dutch Regulators Fine Italian Drug Maker. J&J Dodges Lawsuits.
Emmanuel Macron possibly targeted by Israeli espionage -French President Emmanuel Macron heads a list of 14 current or former heads of state who may have been targeted for hacking by … Continue reading
In the previous post about Star Citizen, we were given a short glimpse of how a random group of players can interact with each other. In this video, the narrator … Continue reading
Residential school survivors call for an end to arson attacks on churches’Whoever is doing this, you’re going to wake up a very ugly, evil spirit in this country,’ survivor warns. … Continue reading
Star Citizen is a sci-fi online multiplayer game. What makes this game stand out from all the rest is the ability for players to pick and choose which roles to … Continue reading
Chronic pain sufferers need drugs to suppress the pain. To most people, prescription drugs are a luxury, an afterthought, a perk, maybe a supplement, but for the people who suffer … Continue reading
The captain of the original Starship Enterprise will be launching a new show on Ruptly’s RT America. Nice! ‘I Don’t Understand’ will see Shatner seeking to answer fascinating and timely … Continue reading
Yesterday, I did a search on Google for the lyrics to ‘Pain’ by Tupac Shakur. It gave me this: It was the type of output that spits out the answer … Continue reading
The record companies and movie studios get to keep the lion’s share of the profits while they pimp out more and more desperate young black artists to do their bidding. … Continue reading
Betty Friedan, kickstarted the abortion craze in the 1960’s. Paul Wolfowitz, dragged several NATO countries into a campaign of ethnic cleansing in the 2000’s. Ben Shapiro, convincing teenagers that we … Continue reading
When 215 bodies were found at an indigenous school in Kamloops, Trudeau made a big show on social media, going so far as even demanding for the Pope to make … Continue reading
A major witness in the United States’ Department of Justice case against Julian Assange has admitted to fabricating key accusations in the indictment against the Wikileaks founder. The witness, who … Continue reading
One of my favorites from a long time ago. I want to go back to the 90’s when life was simple. We didn’t have smart phones back then, the internet … Continue reading
Uncle Sam: You have the right to have an opinion. Uncle Schmuell: We will arrest you for having an opinion.
This is the reason why the American financial infrastructure is hollowed out, the criminal justice system is broken, and the entertainment media powerhouses continually push for disunity. If you say … Continue reading
A partial list of space agencies from countries that frequently make the headlines. Interesting to note that Iran’s space agency is more advanced than Israel’s. Ukraine is planning to take … Continue reading
I just saw the latest permutation of the word “liberalism,” as it pertains to the advocacy of transgender day, which I assume is today, judging by all the transgender flags … Continue reading
The Russia-US summit went well. Both leaders discussed issues such as arms control, cybersecurity, humanitarian aid to Syria, Iran, the arctic, Afghanistan, and national interests. It was a shorter summit … Continue reading
Surprising US Hasn’t Blamed Russia for Starting BLM Movement that Shook Nation, Putin Jokes, While Backing African-American Rights.
Russia is sympathetic to the cause of black rights in the US, but is wary of extremism, President Vladimir Putin has said, joking that Washington could have done more to … Continue reading
Wow. I knew this man had a good heart! I knew it! The video is only 3 minutes long. It’s not bad, not bad at all. It didn’t seem like … Continue reading
As our global confrontation with China has grown hotter, my morning New York Times has continued to provide invaluable information for anyone willing to read it carefully. For example, Secretary … Continue reading
There’s a Difference Between a President Who Keeps Secrets and a President Who Wants to Tell Secrets.
Military research relies on public taxes for funding. Secret military research relies on private sector funding. Top secret military research is always off the books. Military research is open to … Continue reading
Why are we going after Fauci when we should be asking what on Earth made Pompeo think it was a good idea to air drop a mutating virus bomb on … Continue reading
Propublica, 2 days ago, published a batch of leaks revealing a number of America’s wealthiest dodging taxes. https://www .propublica .org/article/the-secret-irs-files-trove-of-never-before-seen-records-reveal-how-the-wealthiest-avoid-income-tax It listed Warren Buffet, Jeff Bezos, Carl Icahn, George Soros, … Continue reading
MOSCOW, June 9. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov expressed hope that the US would learn from past mistakes when preparing for the upcoming Russia-US summit. “I hope that those … Continue reading
A threat was made to Elon Musk yesterday by the hacker group known as Anonymous. It was about the drop in Bitcoin’s value. There’s a special relationship between Elon and … Continue reading
It’s the year 2024. Biden’s failure to address Israel’s warcrimes has emboldened Hollywood to all new unscrupulous levels. All cinema films are now gender benders. A global shortage of Bic … Continue reading
Ever since change to the -Wordpress Editor-, images have become by default unclickable. To fix that, all you have to do is this: Click here. Then click here. Now your … Continue reading