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Assange: ‘When You Read a Newspaper Article, You Are Reading Weaponized Text’

Lucas Nolan, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently discussed the topic of “fake news” and how WikiLeaks’ pure data-driven approach has prevented them from becoming “weaponized text.” CNET reports that Assange appeared via video-link in a discussion with Australian comedian Chas Licciardello in Sydney, Australia this week. During the interview, Assange discussed the idea of “fake news”

H.S. Students Recreate $750 Medication For Only $2

Fiona Miller | Infowars.com Students defeat crony Big Pharma profit model. Martin Shkreli, otherwise known as Pharma Bro, made headlines last year when he upped the price of the HIV drug Daraprim by almost 4,000% in a day. Knowing this drug was necessary to save many people’s lives, it appeared Shkreli had done this for

Election 2016: Trump is Our Final Chance for Change #ByeByeHillary

Matthew Vadum, Republican Donald Trump has a good shot at defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton in today’s election but late polls still give Clinton an advantage. Whatever happens in the presidential race, Republicans seemed poised to retain control of both houses of Congress – albeit with reduced majorities. Whether Republican lawmakers would suddenly develop a spine

Podesta takes swipe at Assange, As WikiLeaks continues to release more emails

Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta is firing back at Julian Assange as his WikiLeaks group releases hacked emails from Podesta and others close to Clinton — including a new batch Saturday — that have been an embarrassing distraction for the Clinton campaign. “I bet the lobster risotto is better than the food at the

Anthony Weiner, husband of Huma Abedin, caught in third sexting scandal

Former Congressman and New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner sent explicit photos to a woman multiple times over the past 19 months, according to a New York Post report published late Sunday.  The report said Weiner, who is married to Hillary Clinton’s top aide, Huma Abedin, described his sexual fantasies and masturbation in messages

Hampden-Sydney College reverses decision, rehires famed Delta Force hero

Todd Starnes, When given the choice of standing alongside a decorated military hero or a bunch of militant LGBT activists – choose wisely. The leadership of Hampden-Sydney College learned that lesson the hard way. On May 19 I reported to you that the Virginia all-male college had chosen not to renew retired Lt. Gen. Jerry

Anti-Federalist Paper No. 45 Powers Of National Government Dangerous To State Governments

Robert Yates, a delegate to the 1787 convention from New York, left on July 10, 1787. He became an Anti-Federalist leader. Under the nome de plume “Sydney” he wrote in the New York Daily Patriotic Register, June 13 and 14, 1788. TO THE CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. Although a variety of objections

Interpol rejects Malaysian claim on passports Latest on Flight MH370

 Interpol has rejected comments from a Malaysian minister that it takes too much time and is too difficult to check the international police agency’s database to confirm if a passport has been stolen. The issue arose because two passengers used stolen passports to board Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which went down in the southern Indian