Epstein Accuser Hits Out Against Prince Andrew, Dershowitz In Wake Of Potential New Evidence | Zero Hedge
"He knows what happened. I know what happened, and there’s only one of us telling the truth, and I know that’s me," Giuffre told BBC Panorama.
The number of collection centers in the United States has more than doubled since 2005 and blood now makes up well over 2 percent of total U.S. exports by value. To put that in perspective, Americans’ blood is now worth more than all exported corn or soy products that cover vast areas of the country’s heartland.
Notably, Harris's electoral victory odds have plummeted since she clashed with Gabbard during one of the summer debatets.
Libertarian Presidential Candidate Adam Kokesh speaks about his platform of a peaceful dissolution of the U.S. Federal Government.
New Jersey Bill Would Allow Customers to Opt Out of Smart Meter Technology, Undermine Federal Program - Activist Post
The proliferation of smart meters creates significant privacy concerns. The data collected can tell anybody who holds it a great deal about what goes on inside a home. It can reveal when residents are at home, asleep or on vacation. It can also pinpoint “unusual” energy use, and could someday serve to help enforce “energy usage” regulations. The ACLU summarized the privacy issues surrounding smart meters in a report.
The Oligarch Takeover of US Pharma and Healthcare – And the Resulting Human Crisis | The Vineyard of the Saker
All the monopolists (in official parlance, oligopolies) are in turn owned by the same set of investors in what is called horizontal shareholding. The same some 15-20. investors have the controlling stake in all the leading companies of the entire pharma and healthcare industry.
U.S. Blows $230 Million on Wasteful Projects—Self-Cleaning Toilet, Promoting Serbian Cheese | Judicial Watch
Although the year is not quite over the federal government has already managed to blow more than $230 million on outrageous things such as a self-cleaning toilet, the statue of a popular folk-rock singer for a foreign embassy and dubious research on the effects of nicotine on fish.
The move will ensure people can find "reliable information that is constantly updated on the basis of scientifically verified sources of knowledge," a government resolution said.
12bytes: We'll see about that, but it's hard to imagine that the Russian version could be any worse than the Wikipedia we have now.