Thursday, November 16, 2017

Immigration

Foreign enrollment in US colleges drops. I don't think Trump caused that.

Misc

Women prefer men with money and muscles. Duh.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Health Care

Socialized medicine leads to bifurcated society, in this case with smokers and obese discriminated against.

War

The US defense establishment is the world's largest enterprise.

Sunday, November 05, 2017

Misc

Dirty snowballs falsified again. More.

Health Care

Americans are dying younger.

Increases in prescription drugs correlate with decrease in life expectancy.

Over half of cancer drugs show no health value.

Fraud, exploitation, and collusion.

Big Pharma must please regulators, not customers.

Big Pharma caused hundreds of thousands of deaths.

Economy

Apple stock fell from nearly 200 to under 100 in 2008 so I doubt it will hit $1 trillion valuation.

Tax and Spend

Global warming frauds claim satellites are their entitlement.

Only 20 House Republicans vote against $4 trillion budget. Only Rand Paul voted against it in the Senate.

Bad Republicans.

Tax cuts without spending cuts won't grow the economy.

IRS data mines social media to identify whom to audit.

Welfare makes us less civilized.

Hawaii considers universal basic income out of fear of robots.

Tax Foundation ranking of state business tax climates.

Saturday, November 04, 2017

Environment

US government propaganda warns global warming is real. It's not.

Economy

Scientists discover free-market libertarianism by realizing people value things more when the physically own them. I'm stupefied.

Police State

Use of drones by police doubled in 2016.

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Politics

Evidence Trump Jr.'s meeting with Russian-connected lawyer was a setup.

War

Don't trust socialist missile defense.

Environment

Telsa posts biggest-ever quarterly loss. It's good to be a crony.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

War

The Pentagon plans to register women for the draft.

Economy

Debt explosion in China in attempt to keep artificial growth numbers high.

Local

Dayton schools file suit to overturn an arbiter's ruling allowing a fired teacher to return to work. Apparently the victim doesn't trust Montgomery County Courts because she filed to move the case to federal court.

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Politics

This baloney about Facebook protecting the integrity of elections is a cover for censorship.
"Facebook is now facing perhaps its biggest test as it looks to curb foreign electoral interference and the rampant disinformation on its platform, both of which undermine the nature of democracy."
That's a lie.

War

The phony ISIS.

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Environment

Global CO2 emissions stalled for third straight year.

Immigration

Tech companies lobby for dreamers to remain in the US because they push down salaries.

Police State

Study from Washington D.C. cops claims body cameras had no impact on police use of force or citizen complaints, contradicting all previous studies.

Media

Twitter to ban revenge porn and hate speech.
"On November 3, Twitter will ban hate imagery in profile headers and avatars, and the service will start suspending accounts "for organizations that use violence to advance their cause.""
I guess that means it will ban all government accounts.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Federal Reserve

Wall Street drives up currency.

Local

Smart prosecutor realizes he can't arrest his way out of the heroin epidemic.

Monday, October 09, 2017

Misc

Establishment scientists discover plasma between galaxies, but it's no surprise to Electric Universe proponents.

Economy

US spies wage effective war on Kaspersky, using nothing but rumors to get it pulled from stores.

Regulation

Prediction humans will be banned from driving in 25 years.

Saturday, October 07, 2017

Politics

EU rulers reject Catalan independence vote.
"The rule of law is not everything. Apartheid was legally enforced in South Africa. Mr. Weber’s Nazi antecedents had laws. British colonialism was enforced by laws. Nor is the administration of the law always impartial. Apartheid had its judges. Pinochet had judges to enact his version of the “rule of law”.
Actually all dictators are very big on “the rule of law”."
If laws are tyrannical, the rule of law is tyranny.

War

Russians hack personal phones of US troops in Baltic.

Police State

Las Vegas shooter was taking Valium. List of mass shooters taking Big Pharma's drugs.

It took police over an hour to breach the Las Vegas shooter's room, but shooting stopped after ten minutes. Timeline.

Shooter only fired 1/3 of his ammo.

Skepticism of the narrative.

16 unanswered questions about the shooting.

Shooter didn't act alone.

Unarmed security guard was shot trying to stop shooter. Las Vegas heroes.

There will be no real investigation of shooting.

Consumers should demand effective private security instead of ineffective police.

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Sunday, October 01, 2017

Economy

Alexa is Microsoft's nightmare. It's why Microsoft bought so many voice recognition patents and buried them years ago. Now that they've expired, Alexa will make Windows obsolete.

Friday, September 29, 2017

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Regulation

Governments sue requesters to avoid releasing FOIA documents.

Economy

Say goodbye to Target if it really raises the minimum wage to $15.

Environment

Global warming is slower than predicted.

Politics

More on Debbie Wassermann Schultz's bizarre Pakistani IT guys who got arrested.

How conquering bandits become seemingly legitimate rulers.

War

The US has initiated attacks on Russia forces via Syrian rebel allies.

Ron Paul knows how to end keep the US out of war in Korea.

Tax and Spend

NASA covers up Elon Musk's failures.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Federal Reserve

Money supply growth falls again to 108 month low. Uh-oh.

Stocks hit record high. Global assets most elevated in history.

Middle class income highest on record, but it's not real.

Socialism

The capitalist revolution.

Johnny Appleseed: capitalist.

Venezuelans eating dogs and zoo animals. Venezuela to ditch the dollar because it isn't inflating fast enough.

Local

Dayton Arcade developers seek more tax incentives.

Economic growth in Dayton is uneven because funny-money reaches different people at different times.

Downtown music pavilion budget runs $3 million over budget.

Dayton still has low cost of living.

Environment

Climate scientists admit they were wrong and global warming is much slower than they predicted.

Climate scientists claim they're not just in it for the money, but it's wonderful they have to defend themselves.

Follow the global warming scam money.

Global warming money goes to unions.

Idiot blames Trump for hurricanes.

Massive Arctic ice gain over last five years.

Media

Wikileaks exposes Russian mass surveillance programs.

Google suppressed alternative media.  Same with alternative health media.

YouTube censorship. Economically censors Ron Paul.

Google critics fired from think tank.

Google secretly records customers.

Politics

Congress unhappy Facebook won't turn over evidence of Russian 2016 election propaganda.

Secession movement in Catalonia. More.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Environment

Government has to push electric cars because there's no market for them.

Immigration

Trump betrays supporters with amnesty for Dreamers.

War

Snowden tweets proof CIA works with al Qaeda.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Environment

At landfall, Irma was seventh and Harvey 18th in low pressure.

No record between major hurricanes either.

Saturday, September 09, 2017

Environment

Irma sets few records.

War on Drugs

Arbitrary.
"Few people consider how arbitrary, and historically recent, the current prohibition is; until the Harrison Act was passed in 1914, heroin and cocaine were both perfectly legal and easily obtainable over the counter.

Before that, very few people were addicted to narcotics, even though narcotics were available to anybody at the local corner drugstore. Addicts were just looked down on as suffering from a moral failure, and a lack of self-discipline. But since there was no more profit in heroin than in aspirin, there was no incentive to get people to use it. So there were no cartels or drug gangs."
Yep.

Friday, September 08, 2017

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Environment

Australian companies abandoning coal plants after vilification.

Federal Reserve

Bank of Canada raises rates again.

Regulation

House votes to exempt cronies from safety regulations for self-driving cars.

Health Care

The price of Obamacare plans in Ohio to skyrocket 34 percent.

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Environment

Impact on global warming of deforestation overlooked.

Local

Despite Dayton's terrible schools, Nan Whaley pretends she's good on education.

Monday, September 04, 2017

Police State

Two Utah cops under investigation for attacking nurse who wouldn't draw blood from an unconscious patient.
""This cop bullied me. He bullied me to the utmost extreme," Wubbels said in an interview with The Associated Press news agency. "And nobody stood in his way.""
Hopefully that's a wake-up call for her.

Sunday, September 03, 2017

Environment

Largest wildfire in Los Angeles history.

NOAA warns of exceedingly early frost.

Education

School stunts development.

Schools give up on reading, writing, and arithmetic.

Misc

How not to talk to your kids.

Economy

Subprime auto loans to try and pump up sales.

Saturday, September 02, 2017

Health Care

Seattle Seahawks flee US for medical treatment.

Fats good. Carbs bad.

Economy

An explosion of zombie companies.

Bitcoin is in a bubble.

Police State

Cops will soon demand our phones at traffic stops.

Pay for your KFC with your face. That's not creepy.

Why police prefer drug arrests to investigating major crimes. Cost/benefit.

Cyber-security is getting worse.

Education

Universities discriminate against Asians because more of them are well qualified.

Politics

Harvey is making people realize US rulers must take care of America first, but rulers only take care of themselves.

Socialism

Korea, Venezuela, and why rulers develop nukes to protect themselves.

Federal Reserve

Clueless central banker says hurricane Harvey will improve the economy. Maybe we should kill more people and destroy more stuff. In reality, crony socialism increased the damage.

Markets limited Harvey's damage.

Regulation

Because Google enjoys a government-granted monopoly via patents, it can abuse its power to quash critical stories.

YouTube censors Ron Paul.

Media

US declares war on Wikileaks. More.

Saudi hackers fake hack WikiLeaks.

Tax and Spend

Welfare promotes poor economic thinking.

Friday, September 01, 2017

War

Four million Muslims killed since the Gulf War.

The CIA is still dealing Afghan heroin.

Trump is ignoring South Korea's warning not to start a war with the North.

Economy

I'm skeptical about the brilliance and import of the blockchain.
"For years, one of the major original selling points of bitcoin was that it was “anonymous.” It always surprised me that so many people in the liberty movement bought into this scam. Surely after the revelations exposed by Edward Snowden and organizations like Wikileaks, it is utterly foolish to believe that anything in the digital world is truly “anonymous.” The feds have been proving there is no anonymity, even in bitcoin, for some time, as multiple arrests using bitcoin tracking have indeed occurred when the FBI decided it was in their interest. Meaning, when the feds want to track bitcoin transactions, they can, and it does not matter how well the people involved covered their actions."
Exactly.

Politics

The left is the source of nearly all political evil.

Police State

Google secretly records users.

Even CBS once admitted social media is a tool of the CIA, and Google modifies search results to aid the establishment.

Local

Carrying a gun carries a death sentence in Kettering.

Wright-Patt aliens.

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Health Care

Plutocrats want to keep anti-aging solutions expensive and exclusive.

Government is at the root of the four causes of the opioid epidemic.

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Environment

Category 4 hurricane Harvey ends longest US major hurricane drought at 4324 days.

Police State

Tasers are far more deadly than advertised.

Regulation

VW engineer sentenced to 40 months in prison for making cars better than regulators allow.

Economy

I don't want software in my car because software is a maintenance nightmare. Soon a buggy update will brick cars.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Environment

NASA's plan to prevent Yellowstone supervolcano eruption could set it off.

Police State

AG Jeff Sessions wants to steal your property.

Politics

Leftist vandals deface 225-year-old Columbus monument in Baltimore protesting "the initial invasion of European capitalism."

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Politics

Writer claims eclipse is racist.

Despite what the media wants us to believe, the RNC is raising millions more than the DNC. Leftists are crippling Democrats. Republicans are crippling themselves.

War

A global fish war is coming unless we privatize fisheries.

Education

Laptops in classrooms program fails to raise test scores. It probably lowered them.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Health Care

Opioids are the number one killer of people under 50.

Forbes fires writer who allowed Monsanto to ghostwrite articles about itself.

Politics

Evidence Charlottesville was a setup.
"The "founder" of Unite The Right, Jason Kessler,  was an activist with Occupy Wall Street and Obama supporter. He sees himself as a professional provocateur. What if he was a ringer, a phony who revels in riling up some crazy people for some political purpose?  We know the left is skilled in all manner of dirty tricks.  That sort of thing was Robert Creamer's job for the Hillary campaign, hiring thugs to incite violence that could then be blamed on Trump supporters.  Think of Ferguson, Baltimore, Berkeley, etc.  Antifa and BLM are every bit as fascist as any of the supremacist groups; they are more violent and there are more of them.  Why is the left so afraid to admit this fact?  Even Peter Beinart did in the Atlantic, written before last Saturday."
"The supremacist groups had a permit; they had applied months earlier.  The Antifa and Black Lives Matter groups did not have a permit.  The local police at some point, on whose order we do not know, turned the pro-statue groups toward the Antifa and BLM groups, many of whom were armed with lethal weapons - soda cans filled with cement, bottles filled with urine, baseball bats and boards with screws protruding to do maximum harm, and improvised flamethrowers.  These are the people who initiated the violence.  How was this not a planned melee?  Pit groups of demented racists  -- all of them on both sides are certainly that -- against each other and violence is sure to occur.  (Certainly, there were decent people among the protestors and counter-protesters who had no affiliation with the supremacist groups or Antifa or BLM. Heather Heyer was among them.)"
The playbook leftist provocateurs follow to incite violence.

Snopes presents case Kessler really did change his views. I'm skeptical.

More about Charlottesville.
"That was accomplished by militant protesters on both sides of the debate who arrived at what should have been a nonviolent protest armed with sticks and guns, bleach bottles, balloons filled with feces and urine and improvised flamethrowers, and by the law enforcement agencies who stood by and allowed it."
It's suspicious that the police allowed those weapons.
"The flaws and dangers in this anti-free-speech mindset are manifest, but nonetheless always worth highlighting, especially when horrific violence causes people to want to abridge civil liberties in the name of stopping it. In sum, purporting to oppose fascism by allowing the state to ban views it opposes is like purporting to oppose human rights abuses by mandating the torture of all prisoners. One of the defining attributes of fascism is forcible suppression of views… You can’t fight that ideology by employing and championing one of its defining traits: viewpoint-based state censorship…"
Yes.
"As a Rolling Stone reporter recounted, “Unlike other events I’ve covered where anti-fascist protesters face off with white supremacists, the police make no effort to cordon the two groups off from each other to prevent violent clashes before they happen.”"
Suspicious.

War

US to stay in Syria for decades.

The truth about terrorism and false flags.
"Most terrorists are false flag terrorists, or are created by our own security services. In the United States, every single terrorist incident we have had has been a false flag, or has been an informant pushed on by the FBI. In fact, we now have citizens taking out restraining orders against FBI informants that are trying to incite terrorism. We’ve become a lunatic asylum."
Yep.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Saturday, August 12, 2017

War

The US needs to get out of Korea before Kim develops a working ICBM.

Kim's development of an ICBM might save us from a war in Korea.

Kim learned the lessons from Iraq and Libya.

Good reminder that US spies lie to provoke war.
"“North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, according to a confidential July assessment from the Defense Intelligence Agency…”
I do not believe this. Why believe a one-sentence conclusion that’s leaked to the Washington Post? The Post is a CIA vehicle. Why believe some unknown intelligence source with no other information to back it up? Why believe this when such leaks are used to manipulate public opinion at critical junctures? If such important information is for real, why would it be made public via a leak? Why not come out in the open? Why not inform members of Congress and have them release it? Come out of the shadows and speak like a man."
But if true, that's a great reason not to go to war.

Economy

The stock market is crazy.
"hese dangers start with the market’s demented internals—such as Amazon at 187X earnings, Netflix at 219X or Tesla valued at $62 billion. And the latter is after the company racked-up an unbroken string of cumulative losses which total $3.6 billion over the last decade, and with no profits visible anywhere on the horizon, either.
What is visible, by contrast, is the sheer mania in the capital markets which have fed its cash burning machine with more than $10 billion of capital—-including last night’s announcement that Tesla will issue $1.5 billion of junk bonds to fund the launch of its Model 3 “people’s car”."
But Musk is government's golden boy.

Federal Reserve

Bank of England caught in a 100 year old lie.

Police State

Police are subject to different laws than the rest of us.
"By shielding police from charges of grave misconduct while prosecuting otherwise law-abiding Americans for the most trivial “offenses,” the government has created a world in which there are two sets of laws: one set for the government and its gun-toting agents, and another set for you and me."
Yep.

Environment

Government report admits ground-based temperature data is inaccurate.

Glaciers are growing.

Regulation

New York demands pet sitters pay for licenses.

Airbags kill, but government forced car makers to use them anyway.

Musk again calls to regulate AI.

Politics

Netanyahu is under investigation in Israel.

The politicization of hiring women in high tech.

The story about Debbie Wasserman Schultz's corrupt IT guys has disappeared.

Health Care

Canadians eating GM salmon.

Police State

Supposed Russian hackers used NSA code. Maybe they were NSA hackers posing as Russians.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Politics

South Korea's spy agency admits rigging 2012 election in favor of their preferred candidate.

Venezuelan election turnout corrupted.

Scientists back claims made in Google diversity memo that got author fired.

Tax and Spend

It will take more than $100 billion to bail out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac again.

Politics

The anti-Federalists were right. I guess that needs to be said.

War

DIA report claims North Korea can now put a nuke on top of a missile giving it a real nuclear deterrent. This is what US aggression has wrought.

Bomber kills two Americans in Afghanistan.

US to bomb ISIS in the Philippines. Escalate another war. CIA plots to overthrow Duterte.

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Tax and Spend

Taxpayers pay for boy to change sex three times.

Politics

Obama's Attorney General Loretta Lynch used an alias to communicate with DOJ bureaucrats.

California has 11 counties with more registered voters than voting-age citizens.

New York Times and Washington Post reporters wanted to cover up Clinton's meeting with Lynch on the tarmac.

Health Care

People should be able to make their own drugs.

Saturday, August 05, 2017

Foreign Policy

Americans have no enemies. Our government has created enemies for itself.

Regulation

While Hillary Clinton remains free, a Volkswagon executive faces jail time because Volkswagon tried to benefit consumers.

Federal Reserve

WoW in-game money worth more than Venezuelan money. What a great lesson in subjective value.

Politics

Woopdeedo. FBI supposedly tracked fake news stories from Russia on election day. So what? A supposedly salacious headline has no substance.

Health Care

This article is a bunch of crap. Cronyism is why we don't have male birth control.

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Environment

Australian scientists caught corrupting temperature data. More.

The US can't produce nuclear fuel.

Economy

Chicken wings suffer price inflation.

Police State

NSA illegally spied on Kim.Com. I'm shocked.

Amazon Echo and all those voice assistants are covert listening devices. That hackers, especially government spies, can access them is a given.

War

Shall we fight them all? Pat Buchanan hits this one out of the park.

Trump's wars.

Local

Plans for the Arcade.

Dayton cops staged traffic stop.

Video of staged traffic stop.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Politics

Democrats embrace their old neo-con allies.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Local

History will look back on us and declare the Great American Eclipse heralded the decline of our civilization.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Environment

China is building hundreds of coal power plants.

Socialism

Government's failing socialist trains.

War

Of course the Pentagon is leveraging the IoT for war.

Mosul is completely destroyed.

Government trains internet trolls to produce fake news as part of its covert propaganda operations.

Police State

Microsoft is effectively combating Russian hackers.

Politics

Giant tech companies spend record amounts on lobbying.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Police State

Cop with body camera off kills woman who called 911. Police chief says she didn't have to die.

Justice department promotes more property seizures.

Facial recognition coming to body cameras.

War

Trump supposedly ends CIA training of rebels in Syria.

Ukrainian separatists create their own country to replace Ukraine.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Tax and Spend

Europe's unsustainable welfare spending.

Socialism

In order to keep Amazon's business, the Post Office delivers Amazon packages below cost, hurting Amazon's competitors. It's good to be a crony.

Foreign Policy

US bullies Kaspersky because it wants to fight Russians.

Environment

Google releases modified mosquitoes in Fresno to fight Zika-carrying mosquitoes. What could go wrong?

Friday, July 14, 2017

Health Care

US doctor visits British infant awaiting sword of Damocles.

Police State

Trump wants to cut TSA VIPR teams. It's about time he proposed a positive policy.

Local

After years of nobody wanting the site, suddenly three firms are competing for the old DDN site.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Health Care

Another woman who considers themselves a male has a baby. Babies don't lie. If you have one, you're a woman, not a man.

Regulation

Government thinks Amazon is getting too big. This spells trouble.

Economy

PC shipments fall to lowest level since 2007.

Federal Reserve

Bank of Canada raises rates for the first time in seven years.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Police State

Free AI that has defeated 350,000 parking tickets is now available in all 50 states.

Federal Reserve

Yellen confuses on rates. More rate hikes, but not when.

War on Drugs

Regulations didn't help. Meth is everywhere again.

Tax and Spend

In a rare victory for taxpayers, FBI scraps new headquarters because of shortage of funds.

New Jersey gets budget deal done.

War

Amelia Earhart photo supposedly debunked.

Health Care

Scientists revive extinct relative of smallpox. We'll eventually learn this was part of biological weapons research.

Accidental discovery of new line of antibiotics.

More on the appalling story of the British baby denied experimental medical care.

Many studies contradict claims of vaccine safety.

Economy

Gymboree to close 350 stores, but the economy is great.

Microsoft laying off workers.

Local

Dayton lists locations for new red-light and speeding cameras.

Socialism

Lies the government tells us.

Pro-socialist mob storms Venezuela's legislature and attacks opposition legislators.

Politics

Trump Jr. may have been set up.
"There is Don Junior, the fresh-faced and rather obtuse presidential progeny, who walks straight into the arms of the clownish Bob Goldstone, a former British tabloid journalist and events promoter, who set up the fateful meeting. There is Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer who previously worked with Fusion GPS, the dirty tricks firm employed by the Never Trump crowd that came up with the salacious “dirty dossier,” claiming that Trump had been compromised by Russian intelligence.
As Ernest Cuneo put it in The Golden Age, he had to play “both sides of the fence” in order to pull off the hijacking his British paymasters required, and this old ploy may well have played out in this instance."
This is an excellent observation.
"As for the incriminating email itself, which – in a burst of novelistic drama worthy of Vidal – was posted along with a statement by Don Junior, its explicitness renders it laughably suspicious. Goldstone informs Junior that he has some juicy information on Hillary’s canoodling with the Russians and that the Russian Crown Prosecutor – their Attorney General – is prepared to release “some official documents” attesting to this. “This is obviously very high level and sensitive information,”says Goldstone, “but it’s part of Russia’s and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.”
Do I detect a note mockery it Goldstone’s missive? You’d have to be deaf, dumb, and blind to miss it. Yes, he says, this material is “sensitive,” but I’m going to reveal the identity and motivations of the source in writing, for the record, so that it can exist in cyberspace forever, a message to posterity saying: There’s one born every minute!" 
Wow.
"The narrative goes like this: evil Trump populists plot with our “adversary,” Russia, to steal the election from the rightful winner, as a White House inhabited by traitors hands the country over to Putin the All-Powerful. Whatever comes out later – the Fusion-Veselnitskaya connection, the real motives of the deliberately stupid Goldstone, the original source of the Goldstone-Junior correspondence – will get lost in the general impression that Trump is some kind of Manchurian candidate, or at least a “useful idiot,” as the old cold warriors used to say. Indeed, Michael Hayden, the former chief of both the CIA and the National Security Agency – which is the probable source of the Goldstone-Junior emails – called Trump exactly that. The script was written months ago, when it became apparent that Trump would be the nominee – and that he had a real chance of becoming President. Now it is being played out, it all its melodramatic vulgarity." 
I knew it had been set up before the election.

States refuse to turn over data to Trump's panel investigating voter fraud.

Education

Of course students are better off without laptops in classrooms.

Environment

Hyperbolic alarmist headline about a new iceberg.

Regulation

Complying with US emissions has caused Volkswagen cars to have power problems.

Cruelty of the minimum wage.

In a rare victory for workers, the minimum wage is falling in Missouri.

Patents are behind restrictions on repairing electronic gadgets.

Blue Whale challenge illustrates moral bankruptcy of net neutrality.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Regulation

Palo Alto restaurants impose 3 percent fee to cover minimum wage increases.

Education

Google pays academics who support it.

Local

After all this time, the Feds have decided not to prosecute the cop who murdered John Crawford III in Walmart. Justice denied.

Socialism

Government shuts down all but one Amtrak track.

Monday, July 10, 2017

Economy

Volvo commits suicide by electric car. Volvo goes all-electric. More.

Foreign Policy

The move against Qatar is about controlling the world's biggest natural gas field and preventing the friendship pipeline.

The US also is against a pipeline of peace from South Korea to China through North Korea.

War

The Saudis besiege their own town to wipe out Shiites.

Environment

We just passed Prince Charles's 96 month deadline for catastrophic global warming.

The coming solar eclipse will cut significant power to California residents because they rely on solar energy.

2020 is the latest phony deadline to stop catastrophic climate change.

Record cold in South Australia.

1,600 new coal plants built around the world.


Wind and solar provide only 3.2 percent of US energy.

China’s MET office confirms the pause.

Nearly all supposed global warming is accounted for by manipulation of the government data.

Tax and Spend

After dropping its crony tax break, Tesla can't sell a single car in Hong Kong.

Police State

China blocks access to VPNs so people can't browse in privacy.

Sunday, July 09, 2017

Health Care

How drug companies wine and dine doctors.

Environment

The crisis in scientific integrity isn't limited to environmental science, but because so much government flows there, the corruption is worst there.

Saturday, July 08, 2017

Local

Once again, this is supposed to be the last Montgomery County Fair at Dayton's fairgrounds.

Foreign Policy

European rulers denounce new sanctions against Russia proposed by the US as self-serving. You don't say.

The pressure on Qatar is a result of the US and its allies not liking al Jazeera because it tells the truth.

The growing alliance between China and Russia is the most important foreign policy event in the world.

Israel and the US are behind the sudden rise of the Muslim threat.

Socialism

Signs of decline.

Media

Putin calls out Megyn Kelly and the US media for it's Russia-gate fake news.
"Now, given that our NSA and CIA seemingly intercept everything Russians say to Americans, why is our fabled FBI, having investigated for a year, unable to give us a definitive yes or no?"
They don't want the story to die.

NBC butchered Putin's responses to Kelly.

Awesome, politically incorrect analysis of feminism includes Wonder Woman.

The media is owned by billionaires.

CNN's ratings collapse.

Robots to write local news stories. This should help the DDN since it's stories and editing stink.

Economy

Bank failures are on the rise.

The car bubble is beginning to collapse.

Will the eclipse trigger the crash? I stand by my prediction it will start in August, September, or October.

Hedge Fund manager predicts the crash will hit next Valentine's Day.

Last local K-Mart to close as Sears closes 43 more stores.

Tesla stock crashes.

Environment

Solar output has fallen disturbingly fast.

The government failed to assess the potential of another Fukushima meltdown in the US.

Michael Mann fails to deliver data ordered by Canadian judge in defamation lawsuit which will likely cause him to lose and be punished.

France to ban all gas vehicles by 2040.

Politics

Comey's testimony did nothing but expose him as a leaker.

Comey's links to the Clintons.

Comey's participation in a soft coup against Trump.

Despite admitting to crimes, Comey won't be prosecuted.

With the deep state getting more desperate and violence between Trump supporters and critics more common, we could be headed toward civil war. I doubt it.

The Russians probably probed the US election.

The elites who pretend to be against each other work together behind the scenes.

Health Care

Vaccinations are more likely to give obese people the flu.

Vitamin C kills cancer.
"But now, in a groundbreaking animal experiment, cancer researchers in Italy and the United Kingdom report they have killed cancer stem cells, not with a gene-targeted drug or an engineered monoclonal antibody, but with a common antibiotic plus vitamin C.  The results are astounding — antibiotics + vitamin C could be up to 100 times more effective than drugs at killing cancer cells – without the side effects” says a news report. [Daily Mail June 9, 2017]"
We've never heard of this because nobody can make money off it.

Colossal medical myths.

One way the FDA subsidizes Big Pharma:
"Free-market economists for half a century have complained about the FDA. The FDA demands that a new drug go through extensive testing. Almost nobody can afford to conduct these tests. This is one of the great subsidies to big Pharma. Economists have known this for decades, but the general public is oblivious."
Who can be against testing?

Vitamin D helps heal sunburn.

Police State

Resisting police for speeding, or any thing else, carries a summary death sentence.

Proposed bill in New York would empower cops to routinely download your phone's data during traffic stops.

Appeals Court says first amendment guarantees right to record police in public.

TSA failed to catch 17 out of 18 security tests.

Tax and Spend

We're told the American colonists rebelled in part because of high taxes, but they were some of the least taxed people in the world and suffered worse taxes after the revolution.

State government pension bombs.

Government has produced tyranny in pseudo-science.

War

Washington's aggression is the reason North Korea is seeking a nuclear deterrent.
"Indeed, the idea that North Korea is an expansionist threat to anybody, but most especially its kinsmen in South Korea, is a ridiculous joke.
After all, the GDP of North Korea is $17 billion and that of South Korea is $1.38 trillion. So the economy of the latter happens to be 81X bigger than the GDP of the former.
Likewise, South Korea’s population of 50 million is 2X larger than the North’s 25 million. And that’s to say nothing as to South Korea’s advanced technology, millions of skilled industrial and tech workers and absence of the abject poverty and even starvation which is rampant on the northern side of the DMZ.
So that gets to the heart of the matter. Namely, why is the US still occupying South Korea, thereby creating the pretext for Pyongyang’s fears that it is targeted for Regime Change and that it’s only hope of survival is to become a rogue nuclear state not to be tread upon?
As we will document further below, anyone not wearing the Imperial City’s self-serving blinders and false history can see that deterring Washington is the real treason for North Korea’s dangerous campaign to become a nuclear power."
Yep.

Documents reveal US government control of Hollywood.

The Pentagon's legal fake news.

US forces attack Syrian forces to save ISIS terrorists.

The US officially supports terrorists in Syria.

Bill to stop funding terrorists goes nowhere. So much for the war on terror.

Pentagon admits 600 civilian deaths in bombing campaign in Syria and Iraq. The real number is over 4,000.

In the name of fighting terrorists, a bill would make it illegal to take your money out of the bank.

Obama and Clinton used fake news to build support for invading Libya.

Friday, July 07, 2017

War

Trump and Putin broker a ceasefire in southwest Syria. It won't last because the deep state will break it.

Thursday, July 06, 2017

Education

I'd love a Netflix of education. The Khan Academy planted the seed.

Health Care

Chemotherapy can cause cancer to spread.

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

War

Newly released photo shows Amelia Earhart and her navigator captured by the Japanese, and US rulers covered it up.

Local

Rapid-fired pizza to open 44 locations in Texas.

The firehouse at the river, Monument, and Main has been there since 1887.

Monday, July 03, 2017

Education

UK professors afraid to teach controversial subjects for fear of being fired.

Tax and Spend

Strange correlations falsify claims of gravity waves discovery.

Sunday, July 02, 2017

Tax and Spend

Connecticut also faces budget crisis.

Economy

Private entrepreneur introduces really cheap space rockets.

Socialism

How rulers socialized America ostensibly to fight the communists.

Saturday, July 01, 2017

Environment

Discarded solar panels create more waste than nuclear power plants.

Politics

Marie Le Pen charged with misusing campaign funds. Every politician does this. They charged her because they're scared of her.

Bill to stop funding terrorists goes nowhere. So much for the war on terror.

Tax and Spend

Budget crisis in Illinois stops Powerball payouts.

New Jersey and Maine shut down government over budget concerns.

More.

Federal Reserve

Yellen claims no financial bubbles will exist in our lifetimes.

Health Care

Skepticism of the claim Obamacare saved lives.

War

Sarin gas use in April confirmed.

Mainstream media refuses to publish Hersh's story skeptical of claim Assad used Sarin.

Police State

NSA re-reoutes US internet traffic overseas so it can "legally" collect it all.

Police kill mostly white males.

Friday, June 30, 2017

War on Drugs

A single drug warrant allowed the feds to listen in on 3.3 million phone calls.

Misc

Private zoo bloodbath.

War

The deep state is responsible for war, and presidents obey.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

War

US claims Syria, which is winning its civil war except when the US intervenes to help the terrorists, preparing to launch chemical weapons attack. We know what comes next.

Politics

CNN producer secretly caught on tape revealing what we all know: the story about Trump colluding with Russia is baloney.

Here comes the next NSA-powered cyber-attack.

Police State

It's funny how when China does something, it's presented as negative, but when the US does the exact same thing, it's presented positive.
"China's government is using facial-recognition technology to help promote good behavior and catch lawbreakers, reports the WSJ."
Hello.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Tax and Spend

Prison unions drive California's outrageous prison budget.

Environment

Farmers win $218 million in lawsuit against GMO producer.

War

Trump is marching closer to war with Russia in Syria.

Politics

Having lost five special elections, Democrats' plan of demonizing Trump and blaming Russia is not working.

For once Democrats agree with Trump. They criticize Obama, no less, over Russian meddling in the election.

Environment

Fear of Harvard's plan, funded by Bill Gates, to geo-engineer the climate.

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Tax and Spend

Chicago police pension fund goes broke.

Pension crisis.

War

Escalation of war and tensions with Russia in Syria.

Israel attacks Syrian army to help al Qaeda fighters.

Foreign Policy

Saudi hypocrisy regarding Qatar.

Economy

Home prices hit all-time high just like in the last bubble.

Second foreclosure in a month in New York City's billionaire's row.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

War

Australia suspends air attacks in Syria after Russian response to US downing a Syrian warplane.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

War

Iran strikes rebels in Syria with missile.

Economy

Housing starts fall for third straight month.

Fed raises key rate despite supposedly low inflation.

Money supply growth fell to the lowest level since July 2008.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Environment

Withdrawing from Paris helps most vulnerable.

Politics

The deep state corrals the Senate into nearly unanimous new Russian sanctions. Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders were the only Senators to vote against the bill.

Analysis of obstruction of justice law show Trump didn't break that law.

Socialism

Trump orders government to stop preparing for Y2K 17 years after Y2K.

Police State

Japan joins the spy state alliance.

Mexican rulers kill journalists more than anybody.

War

Robo-soldiers to outnumber human troops.

Trump sends 4,000 more soldiers to Afghanistan.