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Archive Monthly Archives: June 2018

Construction Breaks Ground On Trump's Border Wall With "Anti-Climbing Plate" In San Diego

Construction has just started on a 14-mile section of President Trump’s new border wall along the Mexico–United States border and will include “anti-climbing plates” to deter illegal border crossings. Despite many obstacles and strong opposition from Democrats, construction of the wall started near San Diego on Friday, June 01, which is excellent news for his conservative base, […]

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It's Now Against The Law In California To Shower And Do Laundry On The Same Day

Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, Governor Jerry Brown is retiring but not before he passes a few draconian laws as parting gifts for California. Two bills were signed into law on Thursday of last week to “help California be better prepared for future droughts and the effects of climate change.” The […]

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In Parting Interview, Bill Dudley Admits Why The Fed Got It All Wrong

While EU’s Jean-Claude Juncker admits to “lying, when it’s serious,” it appears America’s elites have a simple threshold for crossing the dangerous line into truth-saying – whether they are employed by the state, or not. In the last few years for instance, since leaving office: Former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan has confidently admitted that “Ron […]

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Traveling Transition Road: 123 Revelations From May, 2018

Authored by Doug “Uncola” Lynn via TheTollOnline.com, For the previously unstated purpose of oppugning internet censorship, and the fact online search engines are becoming less of a trustworthy source when attempting to research past articles, a catalog of links was started by this blogger on Mayday 2018; and based upon the belief that transitions are roads to […]

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Sleep-Walking Into The Next Crisis?

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, Quick – the United States suddenly backtracks on half century of globalization and enters a trade war with almost all of its trading partners – do you buy or sell equities? And how about bonds? Don’t mistake this question as me going full tinfoil-hat – I know we […]

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Russia To Build 5th-Generation Nuclear Sub With Hypersonic Missiles

Vladimir Dorofeyev, CEO of Russia’s Malakhit Marine Engineering Design Bureau, told TASS in 2015 that “the work on the fifth-generation of submarines is already underway.” Now an anonymous source deep within the Russian defense sector told TASSon Thursday that the Husky-class fifth-generation nuclear-powered submarine will be armed with Zircon hypersonic missiles with a deployment date of […]

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"Just Days Left" To Avoid Trade War France Says, As G-7 Condemn Trump

With Trump refusing to back down and slapping Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the EU, Canada and Mexico, which were enacted at midnight on June 1, the G-7 meeting taking place in Whistler, also known as Canada’s Davos, ended up being one big “bash America” show, with French finance minister Bruno […]

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Who's That Ringing The Korean Bell Of Friendship?

Authored by EconomicPrism.com’s MN Gordon, annotated by Acting-Man.com’s Pater Tenebrarum, Friends and Enemies Do citizens of the United States trust their government will do what’s right?  It depends who you ask. By and large, the esteem the American populace holds its government in is likely a small fraction of what it was roughly 65 years […]

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Step Aside Uber And Tesla: Waymo Will Launch The World's First "Self-Driving Transportation Service" This Year

In the race for autonomous driving and “autonomous driving as a service,” Google’s Waymo is lapping its competitors including Uber and Tesla. According to media reports,  Waymo is going to be launching 62,000 Chrysler Pacifica minivans, which it will be adding to its fleet in anticipation of launching its self driving transportation service as soon as this […]

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Why The Air Force Thinks It Can Turn Gamers Into Its Next Top Guns

Authored by Jason Ditz via The American Conservative, Their latest recruitment scheme would allow the military to collect metadata from players to spot talent… In late May, the U.S. Air Force announced its intention to release an advanced video game simulation. The theory is that the game, if successful, will be an effective recruitment tool among high […]

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