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Episode 723 – Gary Hunt & KrisAnne Hall

Thursday April 13th 2017 In this edition we welcome Gary Hunt and KrisAnne Hall aboard. Hunt updates us on his latest encounter with the law, while giving his opinion on what is going on with the West Coast. Then, KrisAnne Hall and John have a heated debate over several topics such as the Constitution, immigration, […]

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Ark Midnight Live With John B Wells – Sat March 18 – Guest: John McAfee

Don’t miss “Ark Midnight” Saturday evening LIVE on KLIF570 – Episode 41 @ 10pm to Midnight (Central Time) Our guest today – John McAfee Show Topic – Mass Surveillance & Vault7 Lines will be open if you would like to join our conversation. See you there! – Studio line – 888-787 5543 Join our […]

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Just how badly could China hurt America in battle?

By Last month’s confrontation at sea between the People’s Republic of China and the United States made one fact all too clear: The two countries have very, very different national interests in key strategic areas. The United States, the dominant power in Asia and the Pacific, would rather retain the status quo while the […]

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The Uprising Against Assad Was Engineered in Washington

By A terrific news report by Jonathan Marshall at Consortium News provides the first-ever presentation in the West of the event that sparked the demonstrations that sparked the Syrian civil war, and of the entire origin of that war. Unlike so many online ‘news’ reports that are merely authoritarian trash because they don’t link […]

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All Eyes on Russia/Syria, While in Yemen the Ass Kicking Continues!

By: [youtube] We’re all focused on Russia/Syria but the Saudi/GCC getting throat punched continues in Yemen. Theory. The Russians are simply seeking to maintain the status quo/return the region to stability in Syria (with the benefit of gaining a new base and being seen as a reliable ally)….but the fighting in Yemen could […]

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Lockheed Considering Laser Weapon Concepts for F-35

By: Lockheed Martin’s F-35 has not yet seen combat, but already the defence manufacturer is exploring “concepts” for installing and employing a high-power fibre laser weapon on the new-generation combat jet for shooting down missiles and other airborne threats. The company believes it finally has the right technology to produce modular and scalable fibre […]

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This Is Your Brain. This Is Your Brain as a Weapon.

By: On an otherwise routine July day, inside a laboratory at Duke University, two rhesus monkeys sat in separate rooms, each watching a computer screen that featured an image of a virtual arm in two-dimensional space. The monkeys’ task was to guide the arm from the center of the screen to a target, and […]

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Green Beret DischCharged for Body-Slamming Alleged Child Rapist Breaks Silence, Provides New — and Graphic — Details on Why He Felt Compelled to Act

By: The Green Beret who is set to be involuntarily discharged in early November has finally spoken out about the situation that caused his punishment in the first place: his intervening on behalf of an Afghan boy who was being repeatedly raped. “Kicking me out of the Army is morally wrong and the entire […]

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A Valley of Tears Where Israel Stopped Syria in 1973

By: On October 6, 1973 massive Syrian and Egyptian forces launched a surprise attack on the State of Israel. It was the holiest day of the Jewish year, the Day of Atonement, and Jews all over the country had been fasting and praying since dawn. No one in Israel on that fateful day will […]

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Blame America? No, Blame Neocons!

By: Is the current refugee crisis gripping the European Union “all America’s fault”? That is how my critique of US foreign policy was characterized in a recent interview on the Fox Business Channel. I do not blame the host for making this claim, but I think it is important to clarify the point. It […]

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WWII Tech. Giving F-35 Run for Its Money

By: On December 5, 2001, an American B-52 flying tens of thousands of feet above the ground mistakenly dropped a 2,000-pound satellite-guided bomb on an Army Special Forces team in Afghanistan. The aircrew had been fed the wrong coordinates, but had the plane been flying as low and slow as older generations of attack […]

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Breakthrough in Cloaking Technology Grabs Military’s Attention

By: An academic says he and his colleagues have demonstrated a major breakthrough in the quest for invisibility, and he has the military’s attention. Boubacar Kante, a professor at the University of California-San Diego, and his colleagues tested the first effective “dielectric metasurface cloak.” That’s a fancy way of describing a super-thin, non-metal material […]

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How to Make Millions by Selling War

By: Last September, a man named Bruce Jackson hosted a party for his vineyard’s 2014 wines at his 18th-century Chateau Les Conseillans, which sits in the rolling hills of Bordeaux. The afternoon before the party, he took some guests, among them a documentary filmmaker and a former colleague of mine, for a tour of […]

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Missile Defense Not Enough: Pentagon Open to Preemptive Strikes

By: Ahead of the release of a Joint Staff study of US missile defenses, the Pentagon is looking at new ways to stop missile attacks, including preemptive strikes, the head of the Army Space and Missile Defense Command said. Current missile defenses rely on shooting down the incoming weapon – and usually when it […]

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Welcome to DSEI, the Biggest Military Show in the world

By: From tanks, helicopters, special forces All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and fast-attack craft through to the most advanced weaponry in the world and much, much more – the Defence and Security Equipment International Show (DSEI) is the place to be this week. The biggest show of its kind, approximately 32,000 visitors from 121 countries will […]

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USAFE Chief Calls for an F-22 Base in Europe

By: In light of Russia’s recent aggressive action in Europe, the commander of US Air Forces Europe is calling for a permanent F-22 Raptor base in the region. The Air Force last month deployed four F-22s to Europe for the first time ever as part of the European Reassurance Initiative, a Pentagon effort to […]

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U.S. Military Foresees Robot-Run “Transportation Hub” in Space

By: The future of spaceflight involves building, refueling and repairing spacecraft in a depot far from Earth, all without the aid of human hands, officials with the United States military say. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing a highly capable robotic arm that could make such a space “transportation hub” possible […]

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