Jimmy Kimmel’s ignorant vaccine doctors
Clueless, ignorant, arrogant, useless, pathetic vaccine doctors.
by Jon Rappoport
US 'pastor' detained in Brazil on sexual abuse allegations
Was wanted on 59 counts of sexual assault.
by AFP

Marathon Bombing Trial Can Stay in Boston, Court Rules
Dissenting judge’s opinion: “If a change of venue is not required in a case like this, I cannot imagine a case where it would be.”
by NBC News
Vatican's Finance Czar Defends Spending by His Office
Racked up a half-million euros ($575,000) in bills in the last six months.
by AP

CPAC attendees plan to walk out on Jeb Bush
“We are going to get up en masse, and we are going to walk out on him.”
by Seth McLaughlin
Clinton Foundation admits breaking ethical rules by taking money from Algeria
Republicans hope to use Hillary Clinton’s close ties with big money against her in 2016.
by Raf Sanchez

American Blogger Hacked to Death by Muslim Mob for Criticizing Islamic Extremism in Bangladesh
Believed to have been attacked for promoting secularism and criticizing religious extremism online.
by Stoyan Zaimov
Gowdy: 'If You Weaken (the Law) Today, You Weaken It Forever'
“One person does not make law in a republic.”
by Susan Jones


James O’Keefe: "I Am Afraid for My Life"
Journalist set to release bombshell story.
by Paul Joseph Watson

The Internet: Harsh Competition to Public Education
The Internet can now spread the benefits of liberal education at practically a zero-price.
by Christopher Westley
US slavery simulation game draws criticism for making oppression ‘fun’
Some experts in slavery and race relations also said they were in favor of the game.
by RT

Greece and the Endgame of the Neocolonial Model of Exploitation
The forces of financialization are used to indenture the local Elites and populace to the financial core.
by Charles Hugh Smith
Eric Garner’s family hasn’t received a dime from online fundraisers
Sites like Indiegogo and GoFundMe can dish out cash as it comes in.
by RT

Britain Is Getting More Dangerous. So Give Us Our Guns Back
Even in the United States today, criminals are reluctant to encounter armed victims.
by James Delingpole
Jeb Bush Exposed Part 2 – He Thinks Unconstitutional NSA Spying is “Hugely Important”
In some ways I’m actually looking forward to the imperial spectacle that will be the Jeb Bush vs. Hilary Clinton.
by Michael Krieger