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Soros Finances Group Helping Facebook Flag ‘Disputed’ Stories

Aaron Klein, TEL AVIV — The organization partnered with Facebook to help determine whether a certain story is “disputed” is financed by billionaire George Soros and a slew of other left-wing funders. The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) drafted a code of five principles for news websites to accept, and Facebook yesterday announced it will work

After Carrier deal, Trump vows tax of 35 percent for US business going overseas

President-elect Donald Trump said Sunday that he’ll slap a 35 percent tax on U.S. companies that move jobs or operations to other countries — days after announcing a controversial deal with Carrier to keep roughly 1,100 manufacturing jobs in the United States. Trump, a prolific tweeter with about 15 million followers, needed six posts, each

Clinton Campaign Confiscates Cell Phones From Donors

Jamie White & Kit Daniels, Campaign preventing press from showing low attendance at Hillary events. The Hillary Clinton campaign controls how the press covers her fundraisers and even asked donors to turn in their cell phones so “unapproved” images wouldn’t get leaked to the press, according to Wikileaks emails obtained from Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta. Clinton


Leaked Transcripts of Hillary Clinton’s Closed Door Paid Speeches Reveal What Clinton’s Title Should Actually Be, (D-Wall Street) “Hillary Clinton’s secret Wall Street speeches prove what we have known all along – that Clinton is a self-serving Washington insider who has continued to deceive the American people for 30 years. Now we finally get confirmation

If Hillary Clinton Does Not Run for President; The Democratic 2016 Field is WIDE OPEN.

By Robert Morrow Two tabloids: The National Enquirer and the Globe both say Hillary has brain cancer or a brain tumor. Roger Stone, who after 40 years of high level political activism has vast contacts, says Hillary has major medical problems and will not run for president.           The tabloids often express truth that cannot be expressed for political reasons

Honesty in Chicago Politics??? An OPEN Socialist Runs for City Council

Trevor Loudon New Zeal  Inspired by the victory of Socialist Alternative activist and Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant, the Chicago Socialist Campaign has launched with the goal of running a candidate for City Council in 2015. On May Day, the campaign announced who that candidate would be: Jorge Mujica, a long-time immigrant rights and

Stop AT&T’s Latest Attack on Net Neutrality


  From electricity to earmuffs, once you buy a product from a company, it shouldn’t be any of its business how you choose to use it. Then there’s the upside-down world of AT&T. The telecom giant just announced it is crippling the FaceTime video calling app on its customers’ iPhones unless they subscribe to a

Black Bishop Calls For All Christians To Leave Democratic Party


Bishop Earl Walker Jackson Sr. (E.W. Jackson) has issued a plea for all Christians to leave the Democratic Party. Like Barack Obama, Jackson is a graduate of Harvard Law School. Unlike Obama, Jackson served in the U.S. Marine Corps and knows what it really means to serve your country. Following law school, he was a

Asian Stocks Gain Before U.S. Housing, Durable Goods Data


Asian stocks rose ahead of reports on U.S. housing and durable goods this week that are expected to show the world’s biggest economy is improving, overshadowing concern about Europe’s debt crisis. Samsung Electronics Co. (005930), the world’s No. 1 mobile-phone maker by sales, added 0.9 percent in Seoul. Woodside Petroleum Ltd., Australia’s second-largest oil producer,

Fed Studies Show Damage to Labor Market Is Reversible

Most of the damage inflicted on the U.S. labor market by the recession is reversible, according to Federal Reserve research, leaving open the possibility that additional stimulus will be effective in reducing joblessness. About one-third, or 1.5 percentage points, of the jump in unemployment from 5 percent as the economic slump began to its 10

Oil rises above $114 on tight North Sea supply

Brent crude oil rose to around $114 per barrel on Monday, supported by tight North Sea supplies ahead of the closure of a key UK oilfield for maintenance and on expectations of more demand before the northern hemisphere winter. Britain’s largest oilfield, Buzzard, which is the single biggest contributor to the Forties crude oil stream