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Aug092017

US is the greatest threat to world peace: poll

The United States is the greatest threat to world peace. That’s the finding of an end-of-the- year, WIN/Gallup International survey of people in 65 countries.

Of the 66,000 people polled, just under a quarter named Uncle Sam as the greatest threat to world peace.

Other menaces didn’t even come close: 8 percent named Pakistan, putting that country in second place, while 6 percent named China. A mere 4 percent found Iran threatening — which tied it with Israel.

As we were reading the results, we couldn’t help thinking we had seen it all before. And when we looked, we found a 2006 Pew Research Center poll of 17,000 people from 15 different countries that found something very similar: More people thought the US intervention in Iraq a threat to world peace than Iran.

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Tuesday
Aug082017

U.S. soldier who murdered Afghan civilians will blame malaria drug used by Army  

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An Army court will decide this week whether to review and perhaps reduce the life sentence of a soldier who massacred Afghan civilians — and in the process it will judge a controversial malaria drug given to troops that is known to cause hallucinations, anxiety and paranoia.

Attorneys for Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, the serviceman convicted in 2013 of killing 16 Afghans in the worst U.S. military massacre since Vietnam, are expected to raise the soldier’s use of mefloquine, also known by the brand name Lariam, before or during his deployment.

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Tuesday
Aug082017

Creators of the CIA's 'enhanced interrogation' program to face trial 

A civil lawsuit brought by three victims of the CIA’s torture program against the two psychologists who created it will go to court on 5 September in Washington state, after a judge ruled that more than a year of discovery had yielded sufficient evidence to support the plaintiffs’ claims.

Judge Justin Quackenbush issued a written opinion on Monday in the suit, in which James Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen are accused of designing, promoting and sharing responsibility for the interrogation methods to which the three men were subjected.

It will now be up to a jury in Spokane, Washington, to decide if the psychologists, who reportedly were paid $75m-$81m under their contract with the CIA to create the so-called enhanced interrogation program, are financially liable for the physical and psychological effects of their torture.

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Tuesday
Aug082017

Investigator: ‘Donna Brazile is in a Category of Persons of Interest as it Relates to the Death of Seth Rich’

In a series of text messages sent to Fox News reporter Malia Zimmerman by private investigator Rod Wheeler, he describes being “startled” by Donna Brazile, and states that her behavior “makes me think that Donna Brazile is in a category of persons of interest as it relates to the death of Seth Rich.”

The day before Fox News published their now-retracted story about Rich being the source of the Democratic National Committee emails released by WikiLeaks, Wheeler wrote to Zimmerman.

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Tuesday
Aug082017

Hannity Doubles Down on Unmasking Scandal: ‘I’ve Hired Four of the Country’s Best Attorneys’

As previously reported, Sean Hannity says he is prepared to sue the Obama administration if it is revealed he was subject to illegal NSA ‘unmasking.’

Hannity responded to The Gateway Pundit’s report that he was preparing to sue the Obama administration in a series of tweets. In One tweet, he revealed he has hired four of the countries best attorneys because “THE CONSTITUTION MATTERS’.

Hannity as been preparing for litigation for a few months. As TGP reported in April, according to reports, Fox News’ Sean Hannity was also caught up in the Obama administration’s surveillance and unmasking scandal.

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Monday
Aug072017

Dershowitz: Why did Mueller impanel a second grand jury in DC?

By Alan M. Dershowitz

The decision by Robert Mueller to impanel a grand jury in the District of Columbia raises some intriguing questions, which are unlikely to be answered by the secretive special counsel.

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Monday
Aug072017

ACLJ FOIA Unmasks Former Obama AG Loretta Lynch’s Alias Email Account 

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The ACLJ has unmasked former Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s alias email account.

The ACLJ’s FOIA lawsuit against the Department of Justice (DOJ) into the clandestine meeting between former AG Lynch and former President Bill Clinton has uncovered the secret email account used by former Attorney General Lynch to conduct official DOJ business.

Late last week we obtained and published more than 400 pages of documents from the DOJ, including redacted talking points on the Clinton-Lynch meeting that the DOJ bureaucracy still refuses to allow the public to see – redacting numerous pages of draft and final talking points and statements developed for the Attorney General.

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Monday
Aug072017

CNN is a joke

by Alicia Hope

I can't believe CNN is still pushing the Russia pushed fake news story as an excuse for Clinton's loss.

It sounds like something Maxwell Smart would have come up with to explain away his failures as a spy!

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Monday
Aug072017

Blackwater Killer wanted to kill as many Iraqis as possible as payback for 9/11

by Alicia Hope

Nicholas Slatten was granted a new trial by a U.S. appeals court on Friday and his first-degree murder conviction for participating in a killing spree that left 14 dead in Iraq during the year 2007 was vacated! The judge felt that he should have been tried separately.

Should Slatten really have been tried separately from his 3 murdering accomplices? Does it really matter who fired first? All four are killers. All four fired their guns and some even threw grenades killing 14 unarmed innocent Iraqi civilians!

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Monday
Aug072017

WikiLeaks founder Assange should walk free: UN panel 

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