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RT: US intel chiefs see threats, danger everywhere

Published time: February 26, 2015 21:18

Director of US National Intelligence James Clapper (Reuters / Gary Cameron)

The world is fraught with dangers for the United States – including cyber attacks, violent extremism, the so-called Islamic State, organized crime and threats from Russia and China – the country’s intelligence chiefs testified on Thursday. 661 more words


The U.S. government has accused China of violating trade agreements by imposing “intrusive” and “protectionist” rules that would prevent companies like Apple selling technology to Chinese banks. 218 more words

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FCC's Net Neutrality Vote

FCC’s Net Neutrality Vote means I’m from the Government and I’m here to help.  Or Bribes are us, yes with this vote and control now the feds will have the ability to take care of their friends.  203 more words

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PressTV: Washington has resurrected the threat of nuclear war, by Paul Craig Roberts

I could easily underline this entire post! It bears reading . . . and sharing. . . the logic could move people beyond the MSM! For instance: 928 more words


Domestic Fear Is the Price of Empire - Sheldon Richman

If you find no other argument against American intervention abroad persuasive, how about this one? When the U.S. government invades and occupies other countries, or when it underwrites other governments’ invasions or oppression, the people in the victimized societies become angry enough to want and even to exact revenge — against Americans. 244 more words


Over Half Americans Against Arming Ukraine – Poll / Sputnik International


MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Some 53 percent of US residents are against sending weapons to Ukraine, according to a poll carried out by the US think tank Pew Research Center. 213 more words


Leaked E-mail: Border Patrol Instructed to Curtail Deportation Proceedings

The president is saying one thing, his bureaucracy is doing another

At The Corner, Ryan Lovelace reports:

President Obama claimed his executive amnesty would “stem the flow of illegal crossings and speed the return of those who do crossover.” But internal e-mails obtained by National Review Online reveal that his administration has taken steps to ensure the opposite outcome, ordering Border Patrol agents to curtail the initiation of deportation proceedings and to screen the illegal border crossers they detail for eligibility under the president’s deferred-action programs instead. 238 more words