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Bilderberg 2016: We can expect desperate lobbying against Brexit from Big Business

IB Times – by Charlie Skelton As the EU referendum looms, a great counsel of war is gathering. Henri de Castries, the Chairman of the influential Bilderberg Group, has made his way to the highest hill above Dresden, placed a mighty conch shell to his aristocratic French lips and blown. Responding to his call, 140

Trump Finds Common Ground With Cruz in Opposition to Carbon Tax

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz oppose a carbon tax, putting them in league with the Republican National Committee on the issue but at odds with some oil companies and economists who view a levy on those heat-trapping emissions as an effective way to combat climate change. The top two Republican presidential candidates’ positions on that

Why the IRS Can Now œGround You

Mark Nestmann,  If you’re a US citizen and believe you have an unfettered right to leave your country – and come back – think again. Since the events of 9/11, your government has imposed draconian restrictions on international travel: Initiatives like the “Automated Targeting System” and “Secure Flight” require airlines to turn over passenger

Fourth Anniversary of Gulf Oil Spill: Wildlife Is Still Suffering from Toxic Cover Up

Washington’s Blog  As we noted at the time, and on the first (and here), second and third anniversaries of BP’s Gulf oil spill, BP and the government made the spill much worse by dumping toxic dispersant in the water in an attempt to to sink – and so temporarily hide – the oil. In addition, adding dispersant makes oil 52 times more toxic than it would normally