Protesters disrupt Senator Cory Gardner’s speech on Trumpcare

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Protesters disrupt Senator Cory Gardner’s speech on Trumpcare

US Senator Cory Gardner’s has been heckled at a speech addressing healthcare at a conservative conference in Denver. At least two protesters chanted “No cuts to Medicaid, save our liberty!” as the GOP Senator from Colorado addressed the packed house of high-profile Republicans on Friday on the first day of the Western Conservative Summit. The protesters […]

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Video: Keiser Report: Make Bitcoin Great Again (Summer Solutions E1099)

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Video: Keiser Report: Make Bitcoin Great Again (Summer Solutions E1099)

Check Keiser Report website for more: http://www.maxkeiser.com/ In this episode of the Keiser Report’s annual Summer Solutions series, Max and Stacy talk to … Via Youtube

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Residents shaken after reporting chupacabra sightings in mountains of Riverside County, California

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Residents shaken after reporting chupacabra sightings in mountains of Riverside County, California

On a foggy morning more than a week ago, Cary Shuker’s cat raced inside his Riverside home, terrified of something outside.

“This thing was standing out there, looking at me” said Shuker, a private contractor who lives at the base of Box Springs Mountain, which divides Moreno Valley and Riverside. “It was the ugliest looking thing.”

Shuker said the hairless creature, glaring at him about 80 or 90 feet away, had a tail like a rat or a possum, with rippled pinkish skin, teeth jutting both up and down out of its jaws and was “at least two feet or more longer than the biggest coyote you’ve ever seen.”

“I yelled at it, in a big deep voice, ‘get out of here!'” Shuker said.

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28,000 lightning strikes recorded during 24 hours in Northern Great Plains

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28,000 lightning strikes recorded during 24 hours in Northern Great Plains

For the 24-hour period ending at 6 a.m. on Friday sensors detected more than 28,000 cloud to ground lightning strikes in the portion of the Northern Great Plains shown in the map above.

The National Weather Service issued Red Flag Warnings or Fire Weather Watches on Friday for areas in Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming, and North Dakota.

The Red Flag map was current as of 10 a.m. MDT on Friday. Red Flag Warnings can change throughout the day as the National Weather Service offices around the country update and revise their forecasts.

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Over 30 wildfires started in a day due to lightning strikes in Central Interior, British Columbia

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Over 30 wildfires started in a day due to lightning strikes in Central Interior, British Columbia

We’re learning today the downpours over the Central Interior yesterday provided only a little bit of relief to crews because with the storm clouds came a lot of lightning which actually sparked new fires.

The forecast heading into the weekend isn’t looking very good.

Navi Saini with the BC Wildfire Service says there had been some hope for rain this weekend in an area where it’s so badly needed, but it’s not looking too promising.

“Another low-pressure system is predicted to start building off the coast. This will bring showers to the coast mountains, unfortunately, hot, dry and windy conditions will continue for the Interior.”

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US Drops Criminal Charges Against JPM “London Whale” Traders As It Is “Unable To Extradite Them”

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US Drops Criminal Charges Against JPM “London Whale” Traders As It Is “Unable To Extradite Them”

So just because two alleged criminal bankers “live outside the US” (not some 3rd world backwater dictatorship but Spain, with which the US has an extradition treaty) and “voluntarily” refuse to come to New York to defend themselves and – well – go to prison, and because the US is completely powerless to compel Spain to deliver these two men, they get to walk?

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First of Its Kind ‘Food Sovereignty’ Law Just Legalized Local Food Trade WITHOUT Govt

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First of Its Kind ‘Food Sovereignty’ Law Just Legalized Local Food Trade WITHOUT Govt

Maine has taken a bold step toward freedom, becoming the first state in the U.S. to enact a ‘food sovereignty’ law giving communities power to regulate their local food economy. The bill, titled An Act To Recognize Local Control Regarding Food and Water Systems, was passed unanimously by the state Senate and signed into law by Governor Paul LePage.

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Mysterious plumes of steam rising from Greenland glacier

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Mysterious plumes of steam rising from Greenland glacier

The photo above was taken by pilot Ágúst Arnbjörnsson on July 11, 2017 during a flight from Keflavik to Portland, from a height of approximately 34,000 feet. The location is 75 km from Kulusuk in Greenland.

The image appears to show three plumes of steam rising from cracks in the glacier, which according to the blog of volcanologist Haraldur Sigurðsson, is 1.5 to 2 kilometers thick. This may be a sign of powerful geothermal activity from below.

Earlier this year a team of NASA researchers observed an ominous crack growing in the Petermann Glacier along the northern coast of Greenland.

Recently Greenland recorded the coldest temperature ever in the northern hemisphere for July.

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Saudi Arabia: The Tragedy of the “Ships of the Desert”

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Saudi Arabia: The Tragedy of the “Ships of the Desert”

After his visit to the Kingdom in May, Donald Trump decided to back the Saudi-led blockade of tiny Qatar (2015 population 2.235 million, but just 313,000 citizens) imposed less than a month later.
The siege was also joined by Bahrain, Doha, the Maldives, the UAE – Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al-Quwain. It was quickly pointed out that:
(The) US President has long history of lucrative investment deals with Saudi Arabia but few ties to the small Gulf nation.
Trump’s financial bounties from Saudi “… includes the purchase of tens of millions of dollars in Trump’s real estate properties by wealthy Saudis over the years.”
Moreover:
In 1995, when Trump was struggling to make payments on one of his most important New York properties, the landmark Plaza Hotel, it was (Saudi) Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who came to his rescue … In 1991, bin Talal also bought a huge (282-foot) yacht, the Trump Princess, from creditors at a time when Trump’s other big venture, the Atlantic City casinos, were under pressure.
In fact, it was far more than mere “pressure.” In July 1991 the Trump corporation-owned Taj-Mahal casino, the world’s largest, filed for bankruptcy.
So, seemingly keen to back up benefactors and apparently unknowing and uncaring (more…)

Feds Say FPL Can Store Nuclear Waste Below Miami’s Drinking Water Because It’s ‘Not Likely’ to Leak

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Feds Say FPL Can Store Nuclear Waste Below Miami’s Drinking Water Because It’s ‘Not Likely’ to Leak

Feds Say FPL Can Store Nuclear Waste Below Miami’s Drinking Water Because It’s ‘Not Likely’ to Leak | 21 July 2017 | Florida Power & Light’s Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station is already leaking dangerous salt water into the aquifers that are Miami’s largest source of drinking water. Despite that alarming fact, the U.S.

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