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Archive Monthly Archives: March 2018

Judge Rules California Starbucks Must Have Cancer Warnings On Their Coffee

In what is only the latest outrageous ruling by a California judge so far this year, Starbucks and a handful of other coffee chains lost a yearslong legal battle against a consumer advocacy group trying to force coffee companies to attach cancer warnings to their packaging, according to Reuters.  The Council for Education and Research […]

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Easter Egg Costs Soar Near Record High

With the long weekend upon us, whether you’re Christian or not, it seems the chocolatey-goodness of Easter appeals to almost all Americans (with 84% planning to celebrate this year), although only half of those celebrating are planning a church visit. Statista’s Felix Richter points out that the following infographic shows which holiday customs Americans are […]

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What Happens When Your Money Is Worthless? Living With A Devalued Currency

Authored by J.G.Martinez via Daisy Luther’s Organic Prepper blog, This is one of the most important and valued articles to help you prepare. I think it could be useful, based on our experience with the economic collapse and its effects on the currency. Let me tell you what life is really like when your country […]

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McCabe Lied Four Times To DOJ and FBI – Twice While Under Oath

Andrew McCabe lied four times to the Department of Justice and the FBI – including two times while under oath with Inspector General Michael Horowitz, according to Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) appearing on Fox News.  This is the first time the public has heard more detail of the circumstances behind the decision to fire McCabe just over one day before he qualified […]

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Visualizing The Relationship Between Money & Happiness

Can money buy you happiness? It’s a longstanding question that, as Visual Capitalist’s Jeff Desjardins notes, has many different answers, depending on who you ask. Today’s chart approaches this fundamental question from a data-driven perspective, and it provides one potential solution: money does buy some happiness, but only to a limited extent. MONEY AND HAPPINESS First, a […]

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The Death Of The Liberal World Order

Authored Leonid Savin via Oriental Review, A few days ago the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, Richard Haass, published an article, titled “Liberal World Order, R.I.P.” In it, he states that the current threat to the liberal world order is coming not from rogue states, totalitarian regimes, religious fanatics, or obscurantist governments (special […]

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California Woman Refuses To Sell Home To Trump Supporters

A Sacramento woman selling a house which has been in her family for half a century will sell to just about anyone – unless they’re a Trump supporter. The homeowner, who has declined to give her name, told CBS Sacramento “I told her [the realtor] that I didn’t want her to sell it to a Trump supporter.” […]

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Facebook In Turmoil: Employees In Uproar Over Executive's Leaked Memo

Facebook’s problems are just getting worse, and now investors can add worker morale to the (bucket) list of problems as the New York Times reports that employees furious over a leaked 2016 memo from a top executive seeking to justify the company’s relentless growth and “questionable” data harvesting – even if it led to terrorists attacks organized on […]

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Russian Missile Drill Planned With 10,000 Troops On "Highest Combat Alert" After Expulsions

In what the Defense Ministry of Russia has dubbed “command and staff exercises,” three missile armies of Russia’s Strategic Missile Force – comprising of more than 10,000 troops have been ordered to go on the “highest combat alert,” amid an unprecedented political assault via the United States and the European Union to expel countless Russian diplomats. On […]

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US Admits "Doing The Planning" For Saudi Strikes In Yemen

Authored by Jason Ditz via AntiWar.com, In a new meeting with reporters, Defense Secretary James Mattis has offered new details about US involvement in the Saudi invasion of Yemen, providing specifics about what the US is doing that contradict long-standing claims of a very limited, non-combat involvement. Mattis now admits the US is “doing the planning” in Yemen strikes, […]

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