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Three US Allies Now Fighting Against Each Other in Northern Syria

With America’s own war in Syria vague in both scope and end-game, they’ve been eager to amass allies that seem potentially useful toward some talking point or other. In having done so, however, they’ve picked up a motley crew of “US-backed” groups that have wildly different goals. That’s been a recurring problem, but became dramatically moreso this past week, when US-backed Turkey invaded northern Syria, and brought with it a US-backed rebel bloc that includes part of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and the Islamist Ahrar al-Sham. Within 24-hours, both quickly got into a fight with the Kurdish YPG, who is also US-backed,putting three US allies in direct conflict.

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If Clinton was You or Me, She’d “Be in Prison” — The Kaepernick Interview the Media is Ignoring

Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, is quickly becoming the talk of the nation. However, more people are concentrating on the man’s seating preference over the truth he spoke defending that preference. Yes, Kaepernick chose not to stand for the national anthem. So what?

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Norway Raids Sovereign Wealth Fund To Cover Government Expenses

Saudi Arabia isn't the only oil-dependent nation struggling to make ends meet in the wake of weak oil prices. For the first time since its establishment in 1996, the Norwegian government is starting to withdraw money from its sovereign wealth fund to cover government expenses. In fact, in the first half of 2016 the government has withdrawn $5.4 billion. Moreover, withdrawals are expected to accelerate in 2H 2016 reaching nearly $20 billion, a run-rate that would have them exceeding the fiscal limits imposed on fund withdrawals of 4% of assets, or $36 billion. To put those withdrawals into perspective, Norway's economy is roughly $375 billion and federal spending accounts for roughly 60% or $225BN. Therefore, a $20BN withdrawal in 2H 2016 represents roughly 18% of total government spending.

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US Military Now Says ISIS Leader Was Held in Notorious Abu Ghraib Prison

"The prison was about to become international news, but the prisoner would remain largely unknown for the next decade,"The Intercept notes. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) In February 2004, U.S. troops brought a man named Ibrahim Awad Ibrahim al-Badry to Abu Ghraib in Iraq and assigned him serial number US9IZ-157911CI. The prison was about to become international news, but the prisoner would remain largely unknown for the next decade.

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WikiLeaks Prepares for Release of More Clinton Emails Ahead of Election

Last Wednesday, Fox News conducted an interview with WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange.

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Architect of the ‘New World Order’ is giving up on America’s empire

Foreign policy lunatic, architect of the ‘New World Order,’ and personal mentor to Barack Obama, Zbigniew Brzezinski, appears to have abandoned his lifelong dream of a complete, unchallenged American empire. He is now yielding to what he refers to as a “global realignment,” instead.

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Lobbyists pressuring US congress to act on behalf of Bangladeshi terrorists

Well funded lobbyists in partnership with various media sources and pseudo-humanitarians are acting on behalf of the bad guys of the world. Consequently, they’re working to get the US government to side with future enemies–does that sound familiar–as it was with the Soviets and Vietcong, the communist Chinese, the Nazis and Islamic terrorists in general, not excluding Boko Haram.

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Odd Sequence Of Events Again Triggers Mass Chaos Over Imagined Threat – This Time At LAX Airport

Just recently I wrote about a bizarre hoax that took place in Prague where a dubious character named Martin Konvicka, a professed anti-Islam anti-immigration activist with political ambitions coordinated a fake ISIS attack on the people of Prague using masks, ISIS flags, fake but real looking sub-machine guns, trucks and more.

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Feds Spend $911,056 Studying the Drinking Habits of Lesbian Couples

The National Institutes of Health is spending nearly $1 million on a study of lesbian couples to see if stress makes them drink too much. The grant awarded to Old Dominion University will involve lesbians filling out daily diaries about their romantic relationships to determine what causes them to drink.

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Chicago: “Array of Things”

The Windy City has begun installing what sounds and looks a whole lot like a Fitbit that can measure the vitals of a bustling metropolis. Chicago, which partnered on the project with researchers at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory and several corporations, last week installed the first two of 500 modular sensor boxes. The devices will eventually allow the city and public to instantly get block-by-block data on air quality, noise levels, as well as vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

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Tell Us Why We’re At War, Candidates

When I was a kid, successive presidents told us we had to fight in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, because if we didn’t fight them over there, we’d have to fight them on the beaches of California. We believed. It was a lie. I was a teenager during the Cold War, several presidents told us we needed to create massive stockpiles of nuclear weapons, garrison the world, maybe invade Cuba, fight covert wars and use the CIA to overthrow democratically elected governments and replace them with dictators, or the Russians would destroy us. We believed. It was a lie. When I was in college our president told us that we needed to fight in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua or the Sandinistas would come to the United States. He told us Managua was closer to Washington DC than LA was. He told us we needed to fight in Lebanon, Grenada, and Libya to protect ourselves. We believed. It was a lie.

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Facebook fires human editors, algorithm immediately posts fake news

Earlier this year, Facebook denied criticisms that its Trending feature was surfacing news stories that were biased against conservatives. But in an abrupt reversal, the company fired all the human editors for Trending on Friday afternoon, replacing them with an algorithm that promotes stories based entirely on what Facebook users are talking about. Within 72 hours, according to the Washington Post, the top story on Trending was about how Fox News icon Megyn Kelly was a pro-Clinton "traitor" who had been fired (she wasn't).

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Kerry: 'Media Would Do Us All a Service If They Didn’t Cover' Terrorism as Much

Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday during an appearance in Bangladesh that the media could “do us all a service” if they didn’t cover terrorism “quite as much.” “No country is immune from terrorism," Kerry said at a press availability in Dhaka, Bangladesh. "It’s easy to terrorize. Government and law enforcement have to be correct 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. But if you decide one day you’re going to be a terrorist and you’re willing to kill yourself, you can go out and kill some people. You can make some noise. Perhaps the media would do us all a service if they didn’t cover it quite as much. People wouldn’t know what’s going on.”

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Illinois Sues Controversial Drug Maker Over Deceptive Marketing Practices

Illinois’ attorney general has filed suit against Insys Therapeutics, accusing the controversial pharmaceutical company of using deceptive marketing practices — including paying an indicted doctor thousands of dollars for “sham” speaking events — to sell its signature pain medication.

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Oil Extends Losses As 'Short-Squeeze' Ammo Is Now Exhausted

WTI Crude is now down 6% from last week's highs, back below $47 as supply concerns (Abu Dhabi production rise and ConocoPhilips' CEO comments) and OPEC freeze talks doubts have combined with the biggest collapse in speculative short positions in history (following the Saudi statement) - removing the last 'short-squeeze' leg of support from this dead-cat-bounce.

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NASA-Funded Mars Simulation In Hawaii Ends As Crew Leave Dome They Lived In For A Year

Six scientists returned to civilization Sunday after they exited from their Mars simulation habitat in Hawaii where they lived in for 365 days in near isolation.

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Watchdog: Secret Board Resolution Paved Way In ICANN Internet Globalization Agenda

Philip Corwin, Founding principal of Virtualaw LLC, and ICANN watchdog for the Internet Commerce Association, spoke out recently at the 49th ICANN meeting. ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) is in charge of assigning domain names and IP addresses on the Internet. Until now, the United States has had contractual oversight for the organization.

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Colorado Drillers See Share Prices Spike As Anti-Fracking Campaign Falters

A campaign to restrict fracking in Colorado looks set to fall short, and the shale companies in the state are no doubt starting to breathe a sigh of relief.

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Iceland Raises Alarm After Largest Volcano Starts to Rumble

Two unusually large earthquakes hit one of Iceland’s biggest volcanoes early on Monday, raising concerns of a possible eruption, the Icelandic Met Office said.

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Major Bank Official: Banks Are “Preparing for an Economic Nuclear Winter”

After years of giveaways to megabanks, marketed to the taxpayers as ‘quantitative easing,’ the crutches shoved under the banker-controlled global stock trade are about to snap. Bankers now say they are preparing for the collapse.

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