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Clinton White House was den of coke, mistresses: ex-Secret Service officer

Gary J. Byrne has devoted his life to serving his country, and risked it to do the same — as a member of the US Air Force, a uniformed White House Secret Service officer, and a federal air marshal. And he believes it is his patriotic duty to do anything he can to prevent Hillary Clinton from becoming president of the United States.

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Was Tamerlan Tsarnaev a Double Agent Recruited by the FBI?

Omar Mateen had been on the FBI’s radar for some time before he opened fire at a nightclub in Florida, killing 49 and wounding 53 people. Now the public is asking why the FBI didn’t do something to prevent the tragedy. Glenn Greenwald responded with an article in The Washington Post, “The FBI Was Right Not to Arrest Omar Mateen Before the Shooting”. He warned that pressure on the FBI to be more pro-active will inevitably lead to more draconian anti-terror legislation and the loss of even more civil liberties in the name of preventing the unpreventable.

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German MPs file war crimes suit against Erdogan

A group of German politicians and public figures have filed a lawsuit against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, accusing him of committing war crimes against his country's Kurdish minority. The suit has been lodged with federal prosecutors in Karlsruhe, the legal team which devised it told state broadcaster ARD on Monday.

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Texas 'Frack Master' bilked investors out of millions, SEC says

Texas oilman Chris Faulkner built a high-profile public persona, raised millions for his oil and gas ventures and courted politicians. But the SEC has alleged that behind the scenes, he cheated investors out of $80 million to fund a "debauched" jet-setting lifestyle.

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India Stocks Up on Howitzers to Defend Its Border with China

U.S. troops fire rounds to calibrate an M777 howitzer on Forward Operating Base Warhorse, Iraq, Dec. 8, 2009.

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Pepsi putting aspartame back into diet drinks 1yr after removing controversial sweetener

PepsiCo is reintroducing aspartame into some of its diet drinks - a year after after they removed the artificial sweetener as part of a marketing move over health concerns.

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Brexit and Trump: Populism or Manipulation?

Some explanations for the outcome of the British vote to leave the European Union are specific to Britain. This includes the divisions within the governing Conservative Party over E.U. membership (divisions that led Prime Minister David Cameron to conceive of the referendum in the first place) and the lackluster defense of membership by the leader of the opposition.

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Ron Paul: The People Will Not Suffer From Brexit, Only the Global Banking Elite Will

Since 1958, the European Union has been absorbing independent states across the continent. Starting with the original inner 6 countries (Belgium, France, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands, and West Germany) and ending with Croatia in 2013, the forced centralization of Europe was a massive and ominous force with which to be reckoned. Until now.

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FEMA Contractor Predicts ‘Social Unrest’ Caused by 395% Food Price Spikes

The US national security industry is planning for the impact of an unprecedented global food crisis lasting as long as a decade, according to reports by a government contractor.

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Voter Suppression Charged in Almost Every State

One of our commenters, who goes by the name of “A Guy,” says voter suppression is a serious problem, so we took a look. As it turns out, complaints have been rolling in from Sea to Shining Sea. So let’s closely examine a few stories in the media.

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Supreme Court Rules Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Conviction Enough to Lose 2nd Amendment

Washinton, D.C. – In the wake of the Orlando shooting, and renewed calls from Democrats for increased gun control measures, the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a broad federal law that bans people convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence from owning a firearm.

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These Three Survey Responses Explain Everything That Is Wrong With The US Economy

There is nothing one can add to these three Dallas Fed Manufacturing Activity respondents, who in just a few brief sentences successfully explain pretty much everything that is wrong with the US economy right now.

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Exclusive: Hundreds of police-issued weapons missing from Bay Area, California agencies

In all, since 2010, at least 944 guns have disappeared from police in the Bay Area and state and federal agents across California — an average of one almost every other day — and fewer than 20 percent have been recovered.

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DNC Platform Leaves Door Open for No Fly Zone in Syria, Refuses to Call for End to Israeli Occupation

The Democratic National Committee’s Platform Drafting Committee quashed efforts by the Bernie Sanders campaign last week to insert language in the platform opposing a U.S.-led no-fly zone in Syria and calling for an end Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories.

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Deutsche Bank: "There's No Escaping The Fact That This Is A Class War"

The shockwaves and consequences around Brexit will resonate for years. It's probably an understatement to say that most in financial markets regret the UK's decision to leave but we should respect the forces that have been pushing us towards what has always been an inevitable political accident sometime soon. I wasn't sure whether the Brexit vote was the one but I was pretty convinced one was coming and this is probably not the last. Spain yesterday started a general election cycle (more below but relatively market friendly) of the largest 5 euro-area economies (Spain, Holland, France, Germany and Italy) over the next 18 months or so, not forgetting the US this November. Throw in the crucial senate reform vote in Italy in October and you've got plenty of opportunity for rebellion against the establishment that haven't managed to produce satisfactory enough growth for the lower paid/lower skilled to offset the forces of globalisation and immigration.

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‘Sheen’ spotted on Lake Ontario near nuclear power plant

US Coast Guard officials have established a safe zone after finding a "sheen" coating the surface of Lake Ontario, near a nuclear power plant in upstate New York.

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California to Become First State to Mandate Adult Vaccines: Criminal Penalties for those Who Refuse

California recently became the first state in the U.S. where lawmakers removed religious exemptions to those opposing vaccines for their children. This bill mandates proof of vaccination for measles, pertussis and…..

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Copyright Office Pushing Dangerous And Ridiculous Plan To Strip Websites Of DMCA Safe Harbors

Back at the end of May the Copyright Office put out a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) concerning some changes to the DMCA agent registration process.

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Injuries After Anti-Fascists Counter White Supremacist Rally

Amid an intensifying atmosphere of racist rhetoric and hate-fueled violence, 10 people were injured Sunday after violence broke out between a white supremacist group and anti-fascist counter-protesters in Sacramento, California.

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Podcast: Blacklisted Radio 6.26.2016

Brexit, what?! Hillary body-count expands and so does the militarized federal US agencies. Lots of topics and some good calls in this edition of Blacklisted Radio

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