• Largest Voting Machine Vendor in US Admits Its Systems Had Remote-Access Software Installed

    Largest Voting Machine Vendor in US Admits Its Systems Had Remote-Access Software Installed

    A bombshell revelation on the security of voting in the United States has just surfaced in the form of a letter from the country’s largest voting machine manufacturer. The company, Election Systems and Software (ES&S) admitted that despite denying previous allegations of its voting systems coming installed with remote-access software, their systems did, indeed, allow for remote connections.

    In a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), written in April, but only released this week, the company acknowledged that it had installed software that made the systems remotely accessible from anywhere. READ MORE...

  • US Gov’t Has “Lost” Enough Radioactive Material to Bomb Nagasaki 800 Times

    US Gov’t Has “Lost” Enough Radioactive Material to Bomb Nagasaki 800 Times

    San Antonio, TX — When civilian contractors who use certain radioactive substances to test pipe strength or other inspections “lose” these items, news agencies widely report it and a massive search is conducted until it is found. However, as a recent case out of San Antonio illustrates, when government loses one of the most dangerous radioactive substances on the planet which could be used to create nuclear bombs to wipe out entire countries, all we hear are the proverbial crickets.

    In March of 2017, two security experts traveled to San Antonio from the Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory on a highly sensitive mission. They were directed to retrieve extremely dangerous nuclear materials from a research lab. READ MORE...

  • Lawsuit Proves HHS Hasn’t Filed Required Vaccine Safety Reports with Congress IN 30 YEARS

    Lawsuit Proves HHS Hasn’t Filed Required Vaccine Safety Reports with Congress IN 30 YEARS

    Washington, D.C. — After an uptick in lawsuits in the 1980s, the vaccine manufacturers essentially held the government hostage and threatened to stop making vaccines unless the government took on responsibility for vaccine injury lawsuits. The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 was then enacted which made the taxpayers liable for injuries caused by vaccines and not the manufacturers.

    This removal of liability has created the incentive to turn out new vaccines with very little testing, as the companies don’t have to worry about financial hardships for injuring people, which in turn has shaped the situation that we find ourselves in today. READ MORE...

  • School Strip-Searches 6th Grade Girls’ Class After Cop Accused them of Hiding $50 in Their Underwear

    School Strip-Searches 6th Grade Girls’ Class After Cop Accused them of Hiding $50 in Their Underwear

    Houston, TX — What started with an alleged missing $50 in a middle school choir class ended in 22 depraved and disgusting strip-searches of innocent children on behalf of the state. Now, after a ridiculous back and forth in the court system, the taxpayers are being held liable.

    According to the court documents, the incident began when $50 allegedly went missing during a 6th grade choir class at Houston’s public Lanier Middle School. The assistant principal was brought in to investigate and no money turned up. That’s when the school’s resource officer made the suggestion “that girls like to hide things in their bras and panties.” READ MORE...

  • Three Glaring Examples Proving Snopes and the AP Have No Business Being Official ‘Fact Checkers’

    Three Glaring Examples Proving Snopes and the AP Have No Business Being Official ‘Fact Checkers’

    Before the 2016 election, people freely chose their sources for information, had discussions about the veracity and accuracy of those sources if they chose to question them, and then formed opinions based on those discussions. Now, however, this choice and discussion is quickly fading away and is being replaced by a seeming ministry of truth made up of ostensibly objective media outlets like Politifact, Snopes, and the Associated Press.

    For years, Snopes has been debunking articles and giving them questionable ratings because of their content, but this was never a big deal because readers like ours are smart enough to question Snopes and read the facts for themselves to make up their own minds. READ MORE...

  • Chilling NCMEC Report Shows 88% of Missing Sex Trafficked Kids Come from US Foster Care

    Chilling NCMEC Report Shows 88% of Missing Sex Trafficked Kids Come from US Foster Care

    America has a dark secret that no one wants to admit. Talk of this secret will get you labeled as a conspiracy theorist, fake news, and outlets who report on it will have their organic reach throttled by social media and Google alike. Despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary, many in the mainstream media and the government refuse to see this very real epidemic of child sex trafficking in the United States. What’s more, according to the government’s own data, the vast majority of a portion of these trafficked kids are coming from the country’s own foster care system. READ MORE...

  • California Senate Passes Revolutionary Bill to Bypass Federal Reserve, Create Cannabis Banking Industry

    California Senate Passes Revolutionary Bill to Bypass Federal Reserve, Create Cannabis Banking Industry

    Sacramento, CA — In states with legal marijuana, dispensaries and retailers are forced to operate in legal gray areas because the federal government still wants to lock people in cages for possessing this plant. One particularly troublesome aspect of this prohibition is that legal marijuana business cannot accept credit cards and are blocked from using traditional banks. Thanks to a new bill in California, however, all that could be about to change.

    In January, Sen. Bob Hertzberg, (D-Van Nuys), along with a bipartisan coalition of nine cosponsors, introduced Senate Bill 930 (SB930) which would create a self-contained banking industry solely for the cannabis industry inside the state of California. READ MORE...

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