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Sunday, May 01, 2016

Oktoberfest -- which Bavarians hail as the world's largest folk festival and have celebrated since 1810 -- is being organized this year in the shadow of troubling events. Festivalgoers will have to pass through security checks, including bag checks, at all the entrances. In another change, the huge beer-hall tents run by Munich breweries that attract thousands of drinkers will open an hour later than usual at 10 a.m. read more

Friday, April 29, 2016

Some of the biggest pro-Bernie Sanders groups on Facebook were briefly taken down Monday evening in a targeted attack by Hillary Clinton supporters...

The groups were targeted by online trolls, who posted pornographic images and reported the groups to Facebook admins. Some legitimate Bernie supporters even reported seeing images containing pedophilia, according to reporting from Heavy.com. read more

First, our elections are remarkably easy to rig. The simplest and increasingly widespread way to do so is through our electronic voting machines.

For example, a study from the Brennan Center for Justice found that 43 out of 50 states use machines at least 10 years old for 2016 elections, making their security systems outdated and extremely easy to hack. In addition, according to nonpartisan and non-profit organization, Verified Voting, some of the machines do not even print a paper receipt of the votes, so their results are unverifiable read more

Sunday, April 17, 2016

The Washington Post reports on Sanders's income. "The senator from Vermont reported income of just more than $200,000 on his 2014 returns, according to the first few pages of his federal and Vermont filings, which were shared with The Washington Post back in June. On Friday, the couple is planning to release the rest of the returns, including attached schedules," writes the paper. "The vast majority of the couple's income came from Sanders's $174,000 Senate salary and Social Security benefits that both he and his wife, Jane, a former college president, receive."

In 2014 alone, Clinton gave speeches to GE (for $225,500), the National Automobile Dealers Association ($325,500), Deutsche Bank AG ($280,000), and many more. read more

After this week's spike in destructive Japanese earthquakes, which in addition to the two strongest tremors since 2011 has also unleashed several hundred smaller aftershocks and led to over 40 deaths, thousands injured, landslides, collapsed buildings and extensive damage, the most surprising aftereffect appeared yesterday on the streets of the southern Japanese city of Fukuoka which became blanketed in "mysterious foam" leaving residents baffled by the phenomenon which the authorities, busy with the disaster's aftermath, found no time to explain. read more


well, having a reddit tab open is something different from being a reddit "lover".

Although I check back there from time to time, the blatant censorship is kinda ridiculous.

Check out voat.co for a more free-speech oriented offspin of reddit, where the banhammer won't drop on you for expressing skepticism about the prevailing mouthpiece media agenda.

#14 | Posted by goatman

that was hilarious.

however, even though trigglypuffs (VOLUME WARNING) are extremely loud and violent, not all of us millennials are ------.

 "Hillary was very rude to agents, and she didn't appear to like law enforcement or the military," former Secret Service agent Lloyd Bulman recalls. "She wouldn't go over and meet military people or police officers, as most protectees do. She was just really rude to almost everybody. She'd act like she didn't want you around, like you were beneath her."

Former agent Jeff Crane says, "Hillary would cuss at Secret Service drivers for going over bumps." Another former member of her detail recollects, "Hillary never talked to us . . . Most all members of first families would talk to us and smile. She never did that."

Within the White House, Hillary had a "standing rule that no one spoke to her when she was going from one location to another," says former FBI agent Coy Copeland. "In fact, anyone who would see her coming would just step into the first available office."

Hillary one day ran into a White House electrician who was changing a light bulb in the upstairs family quarters. She screamed at him, because she had demanded that all repairs be performed while the Clintons were outside the Executive Mansion.

White House usher Christopher B. Emery unwisely called back Barbara Bush after she phoned him for computer troubleshooting. Emery helped the former first lady twice. Consequently, Kessler reports, Hillary sacked him. The father of four stayed jobless for a year.

While running for US Senate, Hillary stopped at an upstate New York 4-H Club. As one Secret Service agent says, Hillary saw farmers and cows and then erupted. "She turned to a staffer and said, ‘What the f - - - did we come here for? There's no money here.' "


be sure to slime the messenger, kids!

Hitlery! 2016 -- she's in a quantum state of simultaneously not playing the vagina card while also playing the vagina card.

"who could be more of an outsider than a woman president?"

perhaps being the first woman president to emulate the worst tendencies of globalist toadies isn't the best foot to put forward, but what do I know?

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