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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

 

Nearly 50 million Americans now depend on government food stamps to buy processed junk food that gives them cancer

The path that pilgrims once cut, through rugged landscapes and across great rivers, has been paved over. The men who pounded the stakes and laid the railroads across the plains are now just dust, watching Amtrak trains roll over the tracks they once built. The homesteads that once provided organic produce have been replaced by long lines of people waiting for their stamps so they can buy junk food. HeartsRead More


Trump Warned Brussels Was an Islamist “Hellhole”

Republican frontrunner was panned by critics for ‘insulting’ Belgian capital “There is something going on, Maria,” he said. “Go to Brussels. Go to Paris. Go to different places. There is something going on and it’s not good, where they want Shariah law, where they want this, where they want things that — you know, there has to be some assimilation. There is no assimilation. There is something bad going on.”Read More


BACKGROUND: ‘Refugee’ Paris-Linked Terrorist Hunted Through Brussels Yesterday

Experts are already saying that today’s attacks in Brussels are likely to be linked to Paris. Just yesterday, a hunt was launched for several newly-identified or named terrorists – one thought to be the bomb maker and one a driver during the Paris attacks of November 13th. A third entered Europe as a ‘refugee’ via Greece. Experts are already saying that today’s attacks in Brussels are likely to be linked to Paris – manyRead More


How the Order came to control Yale University

From Sheffield Scientific School The Order broadened its horizons. The Order’s control over all Yale was evident by the 1870s, even under the administration of Noah Porter (1871-1881), who was not a member. In the decades after the 1870s, The Order tightened its grip. The Iconoclast (October 13, 1873) summarizes the facts we have presented on control of Yale by The Order, without being fully aware of the details: “TheyRead More


Iain Duncan Smith resignation leaves David Cameron and George Osborne with biggest challenge to their authority yet

David Cameron and George Osborne face the biggest challenge to their authority in six years of power as the Conservative Party descended into civil war over the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith. The former Work and Pensions Secretary launched an attack on the Government’s record on Sunday, claiming the Prime Minister and the Chancellor risked “dividing society” with their approach to public spending cuts. In his first interview since resigning, heRead More


Kiev trains ‘special unit’ to take back Crimea from Russia – Ukrainian Interior Minister

Ukraine is training a special unit to help Kiev retake Crimea, the country’s Interior Minister said, as President Poroshenko mulls building up its military along the peninsula’s borders. In Crimea, officials warn the “unlawful” invasion would be repelled. “We have nothing. We need a new army, a new National Guard, a new police force. This is what the government of Ukraine is working on right now. We must restore allRead More