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Former CIA Director Calls For A Coup If Trump Fires Mueller

In the most vocal opposition to president Donald Trump yet, former CIA Director John Brennan said that if the White House tries to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, government officials should refuse to follow the president orders, as they would be – in his view – “inconsistent” with the duties of the executive branch.

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AIPAC Still our Biggest Foreign Agent

Alleged Russian meddling in the US electoral process will be the subject of a Senate Judiciary Hearing on Wednesday. The hearing is titled “Oversight of the Justice Department’s (Non) Enforcement of the Foreign Agents Registration Act: Lessons from the Obama Administration and Current Compliance Practices.” In 1938 the U.S. Congress passed the Foreign Agents Registration Act to mandate disclosure of the activities of non-diplomatic foreign agents in the United States propagandizing for war, swinging public opinion, and obtaining foreign aid and other economic benefits through congressional lobbying without disclosing that their activities were conducted on behalf of foreign principals.

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$1700 for gallon of gas for all military equipment & $1200 per case of soda pop

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Facebook worker living in garage to Zuckerberg: challenges are right outside your door

As the Facebook CEO travels across the US to ‘learn about people’s hopes and challenges’, the cafeteria workers at his company struggle to make ends meet.

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How Fake Cops Got $1.2 Million in Real Weapons

When you think of a federal sting operation involving weaponry and military gear, the Government Accountability Office doesn’t immediately jump to mind. The office is tasked with auditing other federal agencies to root out fraud and abuse, usually by asking questions and poring over paperwork. This year, the agency went a little more cowboy. The GAO created a fictitious law enforcement agency — complete with a fake website and a bogus address that traced back to an empty lot — and applied for military-grade equipment from the Department of Defense.

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Multiple injuries as man goes on rampage with chainsaw in Switzerland

A person on the scene told Westmonster police drove past in a van then jumped out and shouted at everyone to get inside and lock the doors because a man with a chainsaw was inside a local book store. The witness said helicopters are currently circling overhead and the incident is believed to have taken place in the offices of CSS Health Insurance in the city centre – it shares an office with the book store.

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The billion-dollar palaces of Apple, Facebook and Google

We know by now that the internet is a giant playpen, a landscape of toys, distractions and instant gratification, of chirps and squeaks and bright, shiny things – plus, to be sure, ugly, horrid beasties lurking in all the softness – apparently without horizon. Graphics – rounded corners, lower case, Google’s primary colours, Twitter’s birdie, Facebook’s shades of blue – enhance the innocence and infantilism. It is a world, as Jonathan Franzen once said, “so responsive to our wishes as to be, effectively, a mere extension of the self”. Until we chance on the bars of the playpen and find that there are places we can’t go and that it is in the gift of the grown-ups on the other side to set or move the limits to our freedom.

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US Spy Plane Forced To Take "Evasive Action" After Chinese Interceptor Flies Within 90 Meters

Two Chinese J-10 fighter jets intercepted a U.S. Navy surveillance plane flying over international waters in the East China Sea on Sunday, with one jet coming within 300 feet (91 meters) of the American aircraft, U.S. officials told Reuters.

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CNN Cites Anonymous Sources Who Declare Rex Tillerson is Thinking About Resigning from Secretary of State

They're adorably dubbing this one a 'REXIT', an obvious play on words to commingle one of their bitter defeats (BREXIT) with a potential massive windfall for team CNN: A Rex Tillerson resignation inside the first year working for President Trump.

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New York Cracks Down on Unlicensed Dog Walkers

The New York Health Department is cracking down on independent dog walkers and using an outdated law to prevent them from doing business. The recent conflict has been brought about by the popularity of a new dog walking app called Rover, which works much in the same way that Uber or Airbnb does. The long-standing law prevents anyone from earning an income caring for animals unless they are a part of a licensed kennel.

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Women hire armed guards for march against guns

Townhall’s Katie Pavlich nailed the hypocrisy, writing: “Leftist agitators like Linda Sarsour and Shannon Watts hiring armed protection while demanding the rest of us turn in our guns into government bureaucrats is nothing new.

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How to get free US military weapons—build fake website and DOD will oblige

If you’re not a US military or police buff, you probably have never heard of the 1033 Program. It essentially provides a bureaucratic means to transfer excess military grade weapons to local law enforcement agencies. Sure, you may not like local police departments having all types of military gear, such as grenade launchers, helicopters, boats, M14s, M16s, and so on.

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Blackstone Group To Buy Stake In Israeli Firm Behind Gov Surveillance Software

The Israeli company has become a world leader in cyber infiltration and has been used against activists and dissidents the world over.

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DOJ Forfeiture Directive Gives Local Law Enforcement A Chance To Dodge State Reform Efforts

As threatened during comments to an association of district attorneys, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is bringing back asset forfeiture. Specifically, Sessions is loosening the restrictions placed on federal adoption of local seizures by Eric Holder during the last years of the Obama presidency. Holder's directive prevented local agencies from routing cash or vehicle seizures through the feds to dodge local rules. That's all over now. An order [PDF] and directive [PDF] issued by the DOJ are welcoming local law enforcement agencies to once again skirt restrictive state forfeiture laws by asking the DOJ to "adopt" their seizures.

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Video from Underwater Robot Shows Melted Nuclear Fuel in Bowels of Fukushima Reactor

Since disaster in 2011, this is the first time plant operator has found something likely to be melted fuel

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The Biotech Industry Is Taking Over the Regulation of GMOs From the Inside

The British non-profit GMWatch recently revealed the agribusiness takeover of Conabia, the National Advisory Committee on Agricultural Biotechnology of Argentina. Conabia is the GMO assessment body of Argentina. According to GMWatch, 26 of 34 its members were either agribusiness company employees or had major conflicts of interest.*

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NSA Officials and Computer Expert: Forensic Evidence Proves DNC Emails Were LEAKED, Not Hacked

Forensic studies of “Russian hacking” into Democratic National Committee computers last year reveal that on July 5, 2017, data was leaked (not hacked) by a person with physical access to DNC computers, and then doctored to incriminate Russia. After examining metadata from the “Guccifer 2.0” July 5, 2016 intrusion into the DNC server, independent cyber investigators have concluded that an insider copied DNC data onto an external storage device, and that “telltale signs” implicating Russia were then inserted.

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Iraq seeks Russia’s military and political alliance

Iraq is embracing Iran, Russia and Syria while actively distancing itself from the US and its multiple bases in the country.

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US Sees a ‘Lot More’ to Do in Syria, Will Continue Backing Kurds

he US-led coalition in Syria believes they have a “lot more” to do in their war against ISIS in the country, even if they manage to expel ISIS from their capital city of Raqqa, with the deputy commander saying they’ll go after the rest of ISIS territory, backing the Kurds.

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