(Jeremy Herb and Laura Jarrett) President Donald Trump on Friday appeared to back away from his earlier demand for the “immediate declassification” of various documents and text messages related to the Russia investigation, kicking the issue instead to the Justice Department watchdog.
UFO’s in San Diego, Charlotte and Japan Real of Fake?
(Ben McLeay) Thanks in so small part to movies like Close Encounters and Signs, the imagery of UFO encounters and alien abductions is deeply tied to the American mid-west. Aliens rustle amongst fields of corn. Strange sounds emanate from big red barns.
(Richard Enos) In an article from the Washington Post (it could be from any mainstream source, as you know, they all say the same thing and are taking their direction from a central authority), the following information was disclosed:
(Justin Deschamps) The following is an article attempting to debunk Q Anon material and information. Unlike most of the hit pieces coming out about Q Anon, this one was written by someone who painstakingly researched the Q material. He asserts that Q has provided false predictions, that the group behind Q has changed quite a bit, and even claims to know the original Q.
(Mac Slavo) Yesterday, a senior Trump administration official published an anonymous Op-Ed in the New York Times titled: I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration.
(The Antimedia) The popularity of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu has left traditional media corporations scrambling to retain viewers on their online platforms. This is most recently evident in the latest marketing idea from Comcast’s NBCU TV.
(JD Heyes) As it becomes more apparent that Democrats are increasingly lurching to the extreme Left, supporting far-out proposals like banning the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, open borders and – importantly – government limitations on speech and expression, their propaganda division, the “mainstream media,” is attempting to craft a false narrative that Republicans are the far bigger threat to our country.
(Richard Enos) Ah, it’s a good time to be working in alternative media — at least that part of alternative media whose sole and unabashed goal is to reveal the truth behind the veil of deception.
(Justin Deschamps) Multidimensional thinking is the ability to hold several perspectives on a topic without irrationally forcing yourself to believe one over the other. We’re not taught how to think this way in school, instead, were taught to think unidimensionally, in black and whites. And we’re taught that prejudice and straw-manning is a valid way to formulate your beliefs. The following article is an excellent example of multidimensional non-prejudicial thinking with respect to Dr. Jordan Peterson.
(The Millennium Report) July of 2018 will surely go down in history as the month that Pedogate was blown wide open by the CIA’s Mockingbird Media.
(Michelle Basch) If evidence proving that extraterrestrials visited Earth has been squirreled away behind locked doors in Nevada, a former Pentagon official is calling for a big reveal.
(Michael Martin) Believers in the bizarre online conspiracy theory QAnon are taking it into the real world, which has some observers worrying about the threat of violence.
(Richard X. Bove) President Donald Trump has multiple reasons as to why he should take control of the Federal Reserve. He will do so both because he can and because his broader policies argue that he should do so. The president is anti-overregulating American industry. The Fed is a leader in pushing stringent regulation on the nation. By raising interest rates and stopping the growth in the money supply it stands in the way of further growth in the American economy.
(Henry Holloway) Adolf Hitler’s crew of astronauts allegedly flew to the orbital body in a “exo-atmopsheric rocket saucer” as early as 1942.