White House Ready to Take on Big Tech

By Jeff Charles The Trump administration is drafting an executive order to authorize an investigation of business operations in some of the top tech companies in the United States. Primary targets are expected to include Google and Facebook, as well as other prominent social media and internet-based companies. Several Silicon Valley giants have recently come

Julian Assange: International diplomat?

A massive dump of internal Wikileaks documents have made their way into the hands of the media recently and some of the revelations have been intriguing. (Just as an aside, how ironic is it that the organization who made “radical transparency” a thing is getting beaten up over leaks?) Some of the most notable revelations

Daisies found to protect the brain against neurotoxicity caused by MSG

(Natural News) Researchers in Africa have discovered that a plant belonging to the daisy family can inhibit monosodium glutamate-induced toxicity in the brain and the nervous system. The results of their study, which appeared in the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary, and Alternative Medicines (ATHMSI), detailed the antioxidant properties of Dichrocephala integrifolia, a member of the Asteraceae…

Aston-Martin teases new alien hypercar

The outrageous Valkyrie is one of the most bizarre and alien machines you might ever be lucky enough to see on the road, so when Aston Martin announces it’s building another hypercar, we pay attention – even if all we get is a charcoal sketch and a few details to work with. .. Continue Reading

Sunday morning talking heads

For the second straight week a hurricane is the top story on the Sunday shows. The storm over Kavanaugh and what he may or may not have done 35 years ago to Christine Blasey Ford is this morning’s hot topic, of course, with neither one of the key players available for comment. Instead Democrats will

NYT Takes Party Line on Kavanaugh Accusations

By Joe Schaeffer In a sane world, vague last-minute accusations against a respected judge sailing toward confirmation as a Supreme Court justice would be met with grave doubt, if not open scorn and mockery. But we are not living in a sane world, of course, and so we are all forced to endure this Brett

Why scientists gave ecstasy to octopuses

If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if you gave an octopus a strong dose of ecstasy then wonder no more. A couple of intrepid researchers have recently revealed the results of a compelling set of experiments finding that social behavior can be triggered in a particularly asocial species of octopus through exposure to MDMA.

Does McConnell still want this nomination to proceed?

Relax. There’s nothing in the news this morning to suggest that he doesn’t. To the contrary. I’m wondering about his current mood, though, because McConnell is a bottom-line guy. All of the anger people like me have been venting for the past week over Democratic demagoguery and presumptions of guilt matters not a whit to

Analog astronauts test water-hunting radar for future Mars missions

Scientists from the Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica’s (INAF) Istituto di Astrofisica e Planetologia Spaziali and the University of Perugia have developed a towable ground radar designed to look for water on the planet Mars. Resembling a tiny toy sled ona stick, ScanMars was recently tested in the Mars-like terrain in the Dhofar region of Oman

Beto O’Rourke: “I did not try to leave the scene of the accident”

I watched the first scheduled debate between Senator Ted Cruz and his challenger, Rep. Beto O’Rourke Friday night. Held on the SMU campus in Dallas, the two moderators were Julie Fine of NBC-5 and Gromer Jeffers of the Dallas Morning News. Both NBC-5 and the Dallas Morning News were sponsors. I’ll get right to the most interesting

President Trump Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month At White House

Earlier this week, President Donald Trump hosted an event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House in Washington DC. During the event, which was reportedly held in the East side of the building and attended by a tremendously enthusiastic crowd, President Trump praised how low unemployment among Latinos was and apparently vowed to help

LN Radio 9/23/18 – Kavanaugh, Ford and The Soros Spider Web

By Tim Donner https://www.libertynation.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/LN_092218_Podcast.mp3 Did Brett Kavanaugh do the dirty deed he’s accused of by Christine Ford, or didn’t he? And will the accusation by itself upend what seemed to be a glide path to the Supreme Court? We’ll discuss the big story from a number of angles and perspectives….including the ties between Ms. Ford’s lawyer

Evidence proves the EPA downplayed the toxic threat of PFAs

(Natural News) When we find out that something we once believed was safe is actually toxic, we’d like to think that the makers of these products didn’t know it was dangerous and withdrew it as soon as they found out. That’s what would happen in an ideal world. However, not only did the makers of…

Japan lands bouncing robots on asteroid Ryugu

Japan has scored a space race double first by becoming the first nation to land not one, but two rovers on an asteroid. The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has confirmed that both of the robotic MIcro Nano Experimental Robot Vehicle for Asteroid, second generation (MINERVA-II1) spacecraft, designated Rover-1 and Rover-1, successfully deployed from the

Kavanaugh Accuser’s Yearbooks Vanish From Internet

For the last few days, the top story in the mainstream media in the United States, the story on everyone’s lips, has been the ongoing claim that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a woman when she was 15(ish) and he was 17. This story lurched into the national spotlight when Dianne Feinstein revealed the contents of

PayPal bans InfoWars after lobbying by Soros-funded group

Payment processor PayPal has banned Infowars in what represents nothing less than a political ploy designed to financially sabotage an influential media outlet just weeks before the mid-term elections. (Natural News) (Article by Paul Joseph Watson from Infowars.com) Company representatives called Infowars yesterday to confirm that PayPal was terminating its agreement after “a comprehensive review…

Tesla Model 3 puts in five-star crash test performance

Much is said about the safety of Tesla vehicles and the role of the company’s Autopilot software in traffic incidents, but there can be little doubt about the top-level protection the cars offer in the event of a collision. A new round of crash testing by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) put

Wait… so now we’re not declassifying the Carter Page FISA docs?

On Thursday we were discussing the pending declassification and release of various FISA documents, text messages and FBI notes pertaining to the investigation of Carter Page. At the time I noted that every Democrat in the Gang of Eight was up in arms and demanding some sort of delay so they could review the situation.

Officers Shot By Homeowner After Entering Wrong Address

Just recently, two Maryland police officers made a mistake and entered the wrong apartment while serving a drug-related search warrant in Prince George County. The resident of the apartment, however, understandably thought the officers were burglars. As a result, he promptly shot both of them with a shotgun shortly after they entered in an apparent

Why the Left Hate the Middle Class

By Onar Åm You have been told that capitalism is a system made for the rich to exploit the working class. That’s false. The rich and poor existed long before capitalism, but with the advent of a free market economy, a new group emerged that had never existed before in human history: the middle class.

Samsung announces funky midrange Galaxy A7 with triple rear camera setup

Samsung has given us a September surprise with the announcement of its latest Galaxy A7, a mid-range smartphone with outstanding photographic capabilities thanks to no less than three rear-facing cameras and an impressive 24-megapixel, f/2.0 selfie camera to boot. .. Continue Reading Samsung announces funky midrange Galaxy A7 with triple rear camera setup Category: Mobile