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Boston Police pledge transparency on spying, but refuse to provide public with any info

Yesterday dozens of people turned out to a Boston City Council meeting hosted by the council’s Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice to raise their voices in opposition to the Boston Police Department’s plans to buy $1.4 million worth of social media surveillance software. In attendance at the hearing were police Superintendent Paul Fitzgerald and the director of the Boston Regional Intelligence Center (BRIC), David Carabin. Despite their vague promises about a commitment to transparency, neither law enforcement official would disclose any specific information about exactly what kind of surveillance powers or technologies their department seeks. These details would only become public once the department had entered into a contract agreement with the chosen surveillance proprietor, according to the officials.

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Corporate Media Demands Social Media Ban “Fake News”

The “fake news” story isn’t going away. It should have fallen out of the news cycle by now but the establishment and its propaganda media are pushing it hard. On Tuesday, panelists on MSNBC’s Morning Joe agreed something must be done.

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Solar is already producing more energy than oil, says major scientific review

While the world has been going crazy, solar has quietly tipped over the edge and kicked oil and gas off the cliff of history. A new scientific review finds that scientists are dramatically underestimating the efficiency and power of solar panels, because their data is at least seven years old. And that’s why most of them have managed to overlook a startling fact: For every unit of energy invested, solar can now generate the same if not more energy than oil and gas.

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Why Turkey is seeking close cooperation with Russia in Syria?

The sudden thaw in Turkey’s relations with Russia and latent hostility towards America is partly due to the fact that Erdogan holds the US-based preacher, Fethullah Gulen, responsible for the July coup plot and suspects that the latter had received tacit support from certain quarters in the US; but more importantly Turkey also feels betrayed by the duplicitous American policy in Syria and Iraq, and that’s why it is now seeking closer cooperation with Russia in the region. In order to elaborate American duplicity in Syria, let us settle on one issue first: there were two parties to the Syrian civil war initially, the Syrian regime and the Syrian opposition; which party did the US support since the beginning of the Syrian civil war in August 2011 to June 2014, when the Islamic State overran Mosul in Iraq?

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In decline? Weapons business made $370.7 billion in 2015, with US dominating, study shows

Russian weapons manufacturers came in second in total annual revenues of the top 100 arms producing companies, bested only by the US, whose arms sales amounted to $209.7 billion in 2015, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. Global arms sales reached $370.7 billion in 2015, SIRPI reported on Monday, after tabulating the revenues of weapons manufacturers from the US, Western Europe, Russia, and beyond. The numbers come despite a downward trend over the past five years that saw a 0.6 percent fall in sales revenues from 2014 to 2015.

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Pentagon Suppressed Study That Revealed $125 Billion in ‘Waste’

The Department of Defense suppressed one of its own studies that revealed $125 billion in wasteful spending, according to an investigation published by the The Washington Post. The newspaper found that the study, commissioned by Deputy Defense Secretary Robert O. Work, was hidden because of fears Congress would cut defense spending.

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Banned Discovery Channel Documentary Exposes: Highest Government Officials are Part of Pedophilia Ring

“Conspiracy of Silence” is a powerful, disturbing documentary revealing a nationwide child abuse and pedophilia ring that leads to the highest levels of government. Featuring intrepid investigator John DeCamp, a highly decorated Vietnam war veteran and 16-year Nebraska state senator, “Conspiracy of Silence” reveals how rogue elements at all levels of government have been involved in systematic child abuse and pedophilia to feed the base desires of key politicians.

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Report buried Trump-related ‘hate crimes’ against white kids

At least 2,000 educators around the country reported racist slurs and other derogatory language leveled against white students in the first days after Donald Trump was elected president. But the group that surveyed the teachers didn’t publish the results in its report on Trump-related “hate crimes.”

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The Philly recount is done, and it didn’t help Hillary much at all

The great Philadelphia recount has ended, and Hillary Clinton got five more votes than she had in her previous total. Donald Trump’s number stayed the same, as did the totals for Independent candidate Gary Johnson and the Green Party’s Jill Stein after the City Commissioners Office recounted votes in 75 of Philadelphia’s more than 1600 voting divisions. The recount had been launched by 250-plus Philadelphia residents answering the call of Stein, who asked for three petitioners in each of Pennsylvania’s voting district to file recounts to assist in her attempts to get a statewide recount through a Commonwealth Court and then Federal Court lawsuit.

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It’s Not Over: Rogue Republican Elector Announces He Will Not Vote For Trump And Urges Others To Join Him

Donald Trump has already lost one of his electoral votes, and there are indications that a number of additional electors may be prepared to abandon him.

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FBI Policy Of Manufacturing Terrorism Plots Reaffirmed By Appeals Court

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling that provides further support for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and its policy of inducing individuals, typically Muslims, to plot acts of terrorism. The appeals court additionally backed the outcome of the notorious FBI sting operation against the Newburgh Four. Mohamed Mohamud is a young Somali American man who was convicted of attempting to bomb a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland, Oregon, after he was targeted in an FBI sting operation. He is currently serving a 30-year prison sentence.

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'Footloose' Comes To Brussels - Europe Unleashes "Dance Tax"

Everybody cut loose".. but be prepared to pay for it in Europe. As Martin Armstrong notes, if you dance in a bar in Brussels, you must pay a tax! The patrons of Bonnefooi, a cafe in the center of Brussels, last week received a visit from a City inspector.

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Students Demand "Sanctuary" From Immigration Laws, Student Loan Debt, And Finals

Students across the country are asking for their schools to be “sanctuary campuses” for undocumented students, meaning university administrators would ignore federal immigration law and refuse to share information about undocumented students with immigration officials. Several schools have already declared themselves sanctuary campuses, including Portland State University, Reed College, and Columbia University.

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The "Pizzagate" Arrest: Police Release Criminal Complaint Against Comet Restaurant Shooter

As we reported last night, the "Pizzagate" scandal took a turn for the bizarre, when a man with an assault rifle walked into the Comet Ping Pong restaurant on Sunday afternoon to "self-investigate" the popular Washington pizza parlor owned by James Alefantis that has been accused of being an international child sex ring run by prominent Democrats, following the release of Podesta emails. 28-year-old Edgar Maddison Welch, of Salisbury, N.C., fired the rifle at least once inside the restaurant but no one was injured, before he turned himself in.

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Pentagon buries evidence of $125 billion in bureaucratic waste

The Pentagon has buried an internal study that exposed $125 billion in administrative waste in its business operations amid fears Congress would use the findings as an excuse to slash the defense budget, according to interviews and confidential memos obtained by The Washington Post.

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Pentagon’s Bizarre Future Plans: Megacities and Urban Warfare [Video]

Megacities, climate change, living habitats, dysfunctional social functions and the “remaining 1% represents the threat of 100,000,” are the context of a pentagon sponsored video revealed by The Intercept. The narrator speaks of environments not yet experienced in city landscapes but that are inevitable, with the military requiring an adaptation of urban warfare and a willingness to “drain the swamp of non-combatants” to engage in a “high intensity conflict” with the remaining “adversaries” within.

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Podcast: Journalist Barrett Brown Speaks After Release from Prison

Brown, 35, who was once the most public face of Anonymous, was indicted in December 2012 on multiple charges including sharing a link to hacked material from intelligence firm Stratfor.

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Lawyers: New court software is so awful it’s getting people wrongly arrested

Most pieces of software don’t have the power to get someone arrested—but Tyler Technologies’ Odyssey Case Manager does. This is the case management software that runs on the computers of hundreds and perhaps even thousands of court clerks and judges in county courthouses across the US.

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The Global Elite: Who Are They?

Who are the central/core perpetrators of globalistion and the New World Order? To truly understand globalization you must have a firm grasp on who the real movers and shakers are… and pass by myriads of wannabe big-shots. Members of the elite core are not hard to spot, once you know what to look for.

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WPost Won’t Retract McCarthyistic Smear

After publishing a McCarthyistic “black list” that smears some 200 Web sites as “Russian propagandists,” The Washington Post refuses to apologize — and other mainstream media outlets pile on, writes Norman Solomon.

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