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In an epic final speech, Joe Biden warns that the progressive democratic world order is at risk of collapse

Source: CNBC By Jay Yarow Vice President Joe Biden delivered an epic final speech Wednesday to the elites at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The gist of his speech was simple: At a time of “uncertainty” we must double down on the values that made Western democracies great, and not allow the “liberal […]

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Anti-Trump protester sets himself on fire outside The Donald’s D.C. hotel before putting himself out and surrendering to police

Source: Daily Mail By Jennifer Smith The man set himself on fire outside Trump International Hotel on Tuesday night Staff inside the hotel called police and the fire department at around 9.30pm  He suffered non life-threatening burns and was taken to hospital by police The man said he was protesting against Trump who he said […]

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A reviewing stand is seen outside of the White House for the upcoming presidential inauguration in Washington, U.S., January 15, 2017.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria

One habit Trump says he will keep as president: tweeting

Source: Reuters By Doina Chiacu U.S. President-elect Donald Trump plans to select the media representatives who are given access to the presidential press briefing room, but will not move the room out of the White House, he said in interview with Fox News broadcast on Wednesday. Trump, whose election campaign was punctuated by a stream […]

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Trump operative Roger Stone poisoned in attempted assassination

Source: Intellihub By Alex Thomas Long time political consultant and Trump adviser Roger Stone has revealed that he was almost killed after being poisoned with what doctors believe may have been Polonium. Appearing on the Alex Jones Show, Stone detailed this unbelievable assassination attempt, including that he had originally thought that he had a simple […]

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Obama scores the worst legislative record in history

Source: Washington Times By Stephen Dinan Signed fewer bills into law than one-term Carter President Obama oversaw the deepest legislative malaise in modern political history, according to the Washington Times Legislative Index, which captures his struggles to find ways to work with a Congress that ranged from lukewarm to openly hostile toward him. Over the […]

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Anti-Trump protesters disrupt Georgetown classrooms

Source: Campus Reform By Nicholas Elliot Anti-Trump protesters disrupted multiple Georgetown classrooms last week in an effort to resist the presidency of Donald Trump. The protesters, who were not students, barged into multiple classrooms handing out flyers and denounced Trump as a “fascist” before being escorted from campus by GU Police. Anti-Trump protesters disrupted multiple […]

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70 ARS Refuels F-35As

F-35 in crisis as Pentagon tests find 276 different faults in $400bn jet’s combat system and warn full tests might not even begin until 2019

Source: Daily Mail By Mark Prigg Fifth-generation fighter has been plagued with issues  $400bn development schedule has stretched to 15 years Report claims it won’t be ready to even begin full combat testing until 2019 The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has been hailed as the ‘most expensive weapon in history’, costing $400bn. It has been […]

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Amazon patented a highway network that controls self-driving cars and trucks

Source: Recode By Johana Bhuiyan The system will specifically help self-driving cars navigate reversible lanes (or lanes that can go both ways). Amazon was awarded a patent for a network that manages a very specific aspect of the self-driving experience: How autonomous cars navigate reversible lanes. Reversible lanes indicate a change in direction of traffic […]

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N.S.A. Gets More Latitude to Share Intercepted Communications

Source: New York Times By CHARLIE SAVAGE WASHINGTON — In its final days, the Obama administration has expanded the power of the National Security Agency to share globally intercepted personal communications with the government’s 16 other intelligence agencies before applying privacy protections. The new rules significantly relax longstanding limits on what the N.S.A. may do […]

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Robot kill switches & legal status: MEPs endorse AI proposal

Source: RT A European Parliament committee has voted in favor of a draft report that proposes granting legal status to robots, categorizing them as “electronic persons”. The draft report, approved by 17 votes to two and two abstentions by the European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs, proposes that “The most sophisticated autonomous robots could be […]

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China's President Xi Jinping looks on before meeting with former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (not pictured) at the Great Halll of the People in Beijing, China December 2, 2016. REUTERS/Nicolas Asouri

China’s Xi to promote globalization at Davos, not ‘war and poverty’

Source: Reuters By Christian Shepherd and Tom Miles China’s President Xi Jinping will promote “inclusive globalization” at this month’s World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos and will warn that populist approaches can lead to “war and poverty”, Chinese officials said on Wednesday. This year’s forum, from Jan. 17-20, is expected to be dominated by discussion […]

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The Flat Earth Distraction

[Editor’s Note: I stumbled across Rick Heskey while searching another topic and I was immediately impressed by his depth of perception and understanding of sophisticated psychological warfare games. I don’t concur with the philosophies or beliefs of Carlos Casteneda or Gnosticism, but I find Rick’s explanations to be right on target in parsing the layers […]

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Scientists say the global ocean circulation may be more vulnerable to shutdown than we thought

Source: Washington Post By Chelsea Harvey Intense future climate change could have a far different impact on the world than current models predict, suggests a thought-provoking new study just out in the journal Science Advances. If atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations were to double in the future, it finds, a major ocean current — one that helps […]

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