Michael Snyder | When there is a major problem somewhere in the world, Barack Obama loves to show that he is “doing something” by sending a contingent of U.S. troops to the affected area.
Michael Krieger | Fear not, our benevolent bureaucratic bankster military-industrial complex overlords would never do us any harm…
Michael Snyder | The number of volcanoes that are erupting continues to rise, and scientists cannot seem to explain why this is happening.
Paul Joseph Watson | Police chief denies equipment represents a “show of force.”
Mikael Thalen | “Anything that’s drug-related or alcohol-related, we are going to have zero tolerance.”
Adan Salazar | Medical team had to resuscitate teen after he stopped breathing for five minutes.
Steve Watson | “Has Rand Paul ever been to Syria? Has he ever met with ISIS?”
Paul Joseph Watson | Beijing must prepare for new global conflict, warns People’s Daily editorial.
AP | The Obama administration is ramping up its response to West Africa’s Ebola crisis.
Kurt Nimmo | Terror threat on porous border has existed for more than a decade.
RT | The US Air Force will strike back at Syria’s air defense if they interfere with US plans for bombing positions held by Islamic State militants.
The Hill | President Obama called on Americans to renew the push for gun-control legislation in a statement Tuesday.
Paul Joseph Watson | Kentucky Senator a “voice of reason” on ISIS in comparison to Hillary Clinton.
Prison Planet.com | Gruesome propaganda “resulted in the American public’s quickly backing military action”.
London Independent | Independence won’t be a trial separation. It will be a painful divorce, says Prime Minister.
Mac Slavo | Ever since the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913 Americans have seen the value of their currency dwindle.
Michael Krieger | The real culprit is the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, one of the America’s closest global allies.
Michael Snyder | We could potentially be on the verge of the greatest health crisis that any of us have ever seen.
Prison Planet.com | Mark Dice returns with more analysis of the mindlessness the media chooses to focus on.
Michael Snyder | Do you remember when the NFL actually used to be about football?
London Independent | Scottish police are preparing for the possibility of significant protests in the wake of this week’s independence referendum result.
Adan Salazar | Technocratic elites realize electronic devices are tools of distraction, dumbing down.
Mikael Thalen | “So far as we can tell from the record, it has become a routine practice for the Navy…”
Kit Daniels | Ebola mutated into an airborne virus back in 1989.
Steve Watson | “Their enemy is really Assad. They don’t really care what ISIS does.”
Paul Joseph Watson | Gruesome propaganda “resulted in the American public’s quickly backing military action.”
Kurt Nimmo | Does not recognize this was the plan all along.
Washington Times | White House employs 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force Resolution to evade Congress.
RIA Novosti | The NSA’s “Treasure Map” project is aimed at conducting global cyber attacks and mapping the Internet in its entirety to include end users’ devices, Der Spiegel has revealed.
Paul Joseph Watson | Bulk purchase prompts concerns about spread of deadly epidemic.
ABC Australia | Scientists say the extent of Antarctic sea ice cover is at its highest level since records began.
Martin Armstrong | It has the capacity to become the real Switzerland of Europe.
Zero Hedge | So what is next on the strategic timeline for the Islamic State?
Jon Rappoport | Aside from a few bland stories about William Thompson, the CDC whistleblower, the major media have maintained a forced blackout.
Tony Cartalucci | There is Only One Logical Ally in the War on ISIS.
Paul Craig Roberts | The new sanctions against Russia announced by Washington and Europe do not make sense as merely economic measures.
Michael Snyder | The idea that the Obama administration has the budget deficit under control is a complete and total lie.
Reuters | Britain on Sunday resisted pressure to join the United States in announcing air strikes against Islamic State after the militant group beheaded David Haines, a British hostage.
Zero Hedge | First it was the ‘broad coalition’ that appeared a little narrower than President Obama explained to the world last week.
The Hill | The bill from Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) would handicap American intelligence officials at a crucial moment, they say.
Prison Planet.com | Nearly fifty senior commanders of a major coalition of Islamic ‘moderates’ opposed to ISIS in Syria have been killed by an explosion.
Breitbart | In the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, President Obama has hit his lowest ever approval numbers on the issue of foreign policy.
RT | US and UK intelligence services have secret access points for German telecom companies’ internal networks, Der Spiegel reports.
Adan Salazar | Former detective says to treat intruders ‘like royalty,’ point them to all your stuff.
Fox News | The White House and Pentagon acknowledged Friday that the U.S. “is at war” with the Islamic State.
Michael Krieger | Rudderless and without a compass, the American ship of state continues to drift, guns blazing.
RT | “We were told that several times and we took it as a threat and it was appalling.”
Washington Times | While decrying the death and violence the Islamic State has brought across Syria and Iraq, President Obama said Friday that there is actually a “silver lining” to the militant group’s rise.
The Hill | Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said on Thursday that if he became president he would repeal all previous executive orders.
The Hill | The federal court overseeing spy agencies on Friday reauthorized the National Security Agency’s controversial bulk collection of Americans’ phone records.