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Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas heads to Iowa this week and to New Hampshire next month, sparking more speculation he's moving towards a 2024 GOP presidential nomination run
U.S. Postal Service inspectors raised concerns over six armed robberies on letter carriers in Washington, D.C., and Maryland over a two-day period ahead of the Fourth of July weekend.
A Ukrainian missile strike hit the Russian border city of Belgorod on Sunday, killing three and damaging dozens of buildings, Russian authorities are claiming.
Political experts are sounding off on the effect the economy will have on the upcoming midterm elections, highlighting the pricey "reality" Americans currently face.
This weekend our nation will celebrate July 4th and our nation's independence. I am committed to keeping the American dream alive for future generations.
100-year-old U.S. Marine Carl Spurlin Dekel lamented that the America he sees today is "not what our boys' died for in World War II."
July 4th should be a time for Americans to reflect on the cost of war, what we demand from the men and women in our military and the toll that takes on them.
Prince Harry said that he sees the legacy of his mother Princess Diana in his own children every day on what would have been her 61st birthday.
A San Antonio man was arrested after he was reported for allegedly saying he was planning a mass shooting at an Amazon Delivery Station, according to police.
Kanye West, Kristin Cavallari and Kelly Clarkson are among the celebrities with a surprising view on divorce. Here's a look at what some of Hollywood's stars have said.
More than 25 million bees escaped last week when a semitrailer holding more than 200 hives overturned on the interstate in Utah. Multiple people were stung.
Camille Kostek, the longtime love of retired NFL tight end Rob Gronkowski made her SI Swimsuit debut in 2018 as part of the outlet’s first open casting call.
Two civilians were killed and three police officers were injured during a shooting incident in Haltom City, Texas on Saturday night. The Haltom City Police Department said the officers and another civilian that was injured are expected to survive.
New Orleans Pelicans forward Zion Williamson has agreed to sign a 5-year, $193 million extension that could potentially be worth $231 million, his agent said.
A worker in Chile resigned from his job and could not be contacted after he was accidentally paid about 330 times his salary because of a payroll error.
Pink told supporters of the U.S. Supreme COurt decision to overturn Roe v. Wade to never listen to her music again last weekend.
Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone announced his official retirement from professional fighting following his match with fellow veteran Jim Miller at UFC 276. In his remarks, Cerrone said he will pursue an acting career.
Ricky Martin was served a restraining order in Puerto Rico, the latest legal trouble the Puerto Rican singer has found himself in after his former manager announced a $3 million lawsuit last week.
Bret Michaels performed in Florida Saturday night, two days after poison canceled its show in Nashville because of his hospitalization.
An advisor to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has predicted Lysychansk, the last remaining stronghold in Luhansk, could soon fall to Russian forces. Russia's military previously captured its sister city Sievierodonetsk.
Crianças da terceira cultura estão lutando contra a crise de cuidado na igreja, dizem especialistas.
Crianças da terceira cultura estão lutando contra a crise de cuidado na igreja, dizem especialistas.
Among Ukrainian exiles, I found miraculous perseverance in the absence of deliverance.

The longevity of Abraham’s foreign policy doctrine
“It couldn’t have been a mistake,” said a prominent member of the LeBaron family. “This is terrorism, plain and simple.”
But of much greater concern is what has been happening along the west coast. The two major quakes that hit California in July were followed by more than 100,000 aftershocks, and scientists are warning that this “may have increased stress on parts of a major dormant fault line”…
The decline in life expectancy is occurring in part due to deaths from despair. From 2007 to 2017, the mortality rate from drug overdoses increased 82%, to 21.7 deaths from 11.9 per 100,000. Over the same 10-year period, suicide rates increased 24%, to 14.0 deaths from 11.3 per 100,000 resident population.
According to Newsweek’s source — “one regional intelligence official asking not to be identified by name or nation” — Abdullah Qardash, the group’s director of “Muslim affairs” will take al-Baghdadi’s place as the leader and figurehead of the Islamic State and the so-called “Caliphate.”
"Prime editing" is more precise and more efficient than CRISPR and could herald a new era of genetic manipulation.
Partisan political division and the resulting incivility has reached a low in America, with 67% believing that the nation is nearing civil war, according to a new national survey. “The majority of Americans believe that we are two-thirds of the way to being on the edge of civil war. That to me is a very pessimistic place,” said Mo Elleithee, the executive director of Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service.
On Tuesday’s episode of “The Andrew Klavan Show,” Klavan talks about a Texas dad who is losing a legal battle to protect his 7-year-old son from his mother, who wants her son to be a girl. Video and partial transcript below: I want to be careful about this story [from Texas] because I only have it from one side. I have it from Life Site News, which of course, is a very powerful pro-life site. I know, I’ve covered trials as a reporter, and I know that what people hear in the jury box is not what people hear when they read the newspaper. Okay, so sometimes the jury makes a decision and everybody goes that makes no sense at all, but it does make sense and it would have made sense if you had been there.
On Monday, a jury ruled against a Texas father, Jeffrey Younger, attempting to stop his seven-year-old son from a gender transition being facilitated by Dr. Anne Georgulas, the boy’s mother and Younger’s ex-wife. “With a consensus of 11 of the 12 jurors, the jury decided not to grant Mr. Younger Sole Managing Conservatorship over his two twin boys,” LifeSiteNews reported Monday. “They voted that the current Joint Managing Conservatorship should be replaced by a Sole Managing Conservatorship, but that Mr. Younger should not be that person.”
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The Biden administration this week amended licences for companies to sell to China's Huawei, further restricting companies from supplying items that can be used with 5G devices, sources said. ......
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — A court in Myanmar is scheduled to hold a hearing on Friday for an Associated Press journalist detained while covering demonstrations against the military's seizure of power last month. He is facing a charge that could send him to prison for three years. Thein Zaw, 32, was one of nine media workers taken into custody during a street protest on Feb. 27 in Yangon, the country’s largest city, and has been held without bail. His hearing Friday comes at the end of his initial remand period, and his lawyer, Tin Zar Oo, said ahead of it that she expected the court to schedule another hearing. She plans to submit her power of attorney as Zaw’s lawyer and perhaps try to apply...
New Delhi [India], March 12 (ANI): Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad), a strategic forum comprising India, Japan, Australia and the United States of America, will hold its first-ever head of states meet virtually on Friday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India will be meeting virtually with President Joe Biden of the United States, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia. The Quad, mooted by former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in 2007, has met regularly at the working and foreign ministers...
Japan said Friday Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will meet President Joe Biden in the United States next month, becoming the first foreign leader to hold face-to-face talks with him. ......
Yangon, Myanmar – Muhammed Salim’s friend is well-known at school for being a passionate football player and a strong public speaker. The 20-year-old often channelled his oratorical gifts into activism, even before the Myanmar military seized power on February 1. He organised events for causes as small as condemning government plans to cut trees on campus and as big as protesting against then-State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi’s decision to defend the military from allegations of genocide against the Rohingya. “He’s brave,” Salim said. Like many other young, politically active Yangon residents, Salim’s friend threw himself more fully into activism after the coup. But on March 3, he was among...
A US warship has sailed through the Taiwan Strait, the American navy said after a top US commander warned of the threat to Taiwan of a Chinese invasion within the next six years. The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS John Finn conducted a routine transit Wednesday through the waterway separating the Chinese mainland and Taiwan, the US Seventh Fleet said. The third such voyage since President Joe Biden took office...
President Joe Biden condemned the violence Asian Americans have endured throughout the coronavirus pandemic in his first national prime-time address Thursday night. Biden, whose speech marked one year...
WASHINGTON — “We all lost something,” President Biden said in his remarks to the nation on Thursday evening marking the one-year anniversary of the start of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Seeking unity in sorrow, Biden noted that the end was close, though the endgame would prove tricky. If all went well, he said, there could be a normal Independence Day to look forward to, barbecues and fireworks and all. Above all, he paid tribute to the 527,726 dead from COVID-19, as well as to the millions who have lost jobs, who have had their education relegated to a screen, who no longer have the simple but necessary freedoms they once took for granted. “I promise you, we’ll come out...
The Pentagon strongly rebuked Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson Thursday for calling the...
While the past year has been financially and emotionally crippling for millions of Americans, the nation’s tech giants have not only survived, but thrived. This week marks the unhappy one-year anniversary of when the weight of the coronavirus pandemic seemed to really hit the U.S., when Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson both announced they’d tested positive for COVID-19 and the NBA halted its season – two major indicators life was about to go sideways. At the same time, the stock market was tanking, with the Dow absorbing its biggest single-day percentage decline since the “Black Monday” crash of 1987; the tech-heavy Nasdaq was beat up nearly as bad, dropping more than...
Bitcoin dominance is a metric weighing the top...
Washington, March 12 : The US reaffirmed that it would not offer any unilateral incentives for talks with Iran. “We will not offer any unilateral gestures or incentives to induce the Iranians to come to the table,” State Department Spokesperson Ned Price told reporters on...
South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang listed its shares on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday making a multi-billionaire out of its founder Bom Kim. Shares in the company surged when they began trading, valuing the Harvard business school dropout's stake at more than $8.6bn (£6.1bn). Coupang's US listing is the biggest by an...
For the first time in years, Choi Bok-hwa didn’t get her annual birthday call from her mother in North Korea Each January, Choi’s mother had climbed a mountain and used a broker's smuggled Chinese cellphone to call South Korea to wish her happy birthday and arrange a badly needed money transfer. Choi, who hasn't sent money or talked to her 75-year-old mother since May, believes the silence is linked to the pandemic, which led North Korea to shut its borders tighter than ever and impose some of the world’s toughest restrictions on movement. Other defectors in the South have also lost contact with their loved ones in North Korea amid the turmoil of COVID-19 — and the trouble is not just on the...
Digital collage by Beeple was offered with a non-fungible token to guarantee authenticity and paid for in cryptocurrency Christie’s says it has auctioned off a digital collage by an artist named Beeple for nearly $70m, in an unprecedented sale of a digital artwork that fetched more money than...
More On: hurricane sandy Isaias was ‘most serious’ storm to hit NYC since Sandy, de Blasio says The coronavirus won’t defeat the city that never sleeps Cuomo says coronavirus will ‘transform’ society like 9/11 did MTA manager pleads guilty to not cooperating with Hurricane Sandy probe A New Jersey appeals court on Thursday ruled...
A new Netflix test may indicate that the streamer will attempt to prevent users from sharing accounts in the future. In the past week, Netflix has introduced a verification system for users across multiple countries that displays a warning: "If you don't live with the owner of this account, you need your own account to keep watching." The new prompt was first reported on by GammaWire. [ignvideo...
Eurovision organizers have rejected a song entry from Belarus due to its lyrics mocking demonstrations against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. Critics say the song legitimizes Lukashenko's regime. ......
Shepard Smith reports N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo now faces an impeachment investigation in the New York State Assembly. The Speaker announced it moments ago after another bombshell allegation that Cuomo groped a female staffer. ......
Photographers told to provide images of attractive women and avoid ‘pigs in lipstick’ A veteran News Corp Australia photographer has given devastating evidence to a parliamentary inquiry about the way the Murdoch newspapers treated female employees and directed photographers to only take pictures of...
ISLAMABAD - Afghanistan's Education Ministry is facing fierce criticism for banning girls over 12 years of age from singing the national anthem in mixed gender gatherings. The order, dated March 6, came to light Wednesday when someone took a picture of the notice circulated to educational institutions and posted it on social media. The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC), the nations official human rights body, called it a...
Washington , March 12 (ANI): The United States has condemned China's national legislature approving a resolution to drastically overhaul Hong Kong's electoral system to ensure only 'patriots' can rule the city, a move which is feared to further clamp down on opposition voices in the city. "We condemn the People's Republic of China (PRC's) continuing assaults on democratic institutions in Hong...
NEW YORK, New York: Tesla stock took a major beating on Monday, having lost one-third of its value for the third time after its staggering rise in January. With investors apprehensive about interest rates continuing to march higher, and making a quick exit from...
Facebook has scrapped plans to connect California, Taiwan and Hong Kong via a 12,000 kilometer underwater cable, citing tensions between the U.S. and China. The social media giant told the Wall St....
CAIRO - Egyptian radiologist Ahmed Hassan liked the design and architecture of China's remarkable Temple of Heaven so much that he decided to build a replica of Beijing's historic monument with matchsticks. In...
US President Joe Biden’s stimulus program is being hailed as both boosting domestic growth and spurring the global recovery, but the IMF warned that policymakers will need to be alert to risks posed by the massive spending as well as low interest rates. US and European stock markets pushed higher on Thursday after Biden signed the eagerly anticipated economic relief package. US shares were already on the rise after the European Central Bank accelerated its stimulus bond buying. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 closed at records, as did the Frankfurt DAX, while Paris’s CAC 40 also set a new one-year high. The US legislation, which comes as the country’s coronavirus vaccination...
LISBON (REUTERS) - Nearly two months into a lockdown imposed in mid-January to tackle what was then the world's worst coronavirus surge, Portugal's government announced on Thursday (March 11) it would start to gradually ease its strict rules from next week. "We can open up in a safe way but it has to be a prudent, gradual opening, bit by bit we don't want to increase the...
China’s rubber-stamp parliament voted Thursday for sweeping changes to Hong Kong’s electoral system—including powers to veto candidates—as Beijing moves to ensure that only “patriots” run the city following huge pro-democracy rallies. Beijing has acted decisively to dismantle Hong Kong’s limited democratic pillars after massive and sometimes violent protests coursed through the financial hub in 2019....
In a letter to mark 32 years of the internet, its founder says getting 2.2 billion fully online must be a priority Too many young people around the world are excluded from accessing the internet, and getting them online should be a priority for the post-Covid era, Tim Berners-Lee has said. In a...
More twins are being born than ever before but the world may now have reached peak twin, researchers say. About 1.6 million twins are born each year worldwide, with one in every 42 children born a twin. Delayed childbearing and medical techniques such as IVF have seen the rate of twin births rise by a third since the 1980s. But it could be all downhill from here as the focus shifts to one baby per pregnancy, which is less risky. According to a global overview in the journal Human Reproduction, the peak was reached because of large increases in twinning rates in all regions over 30 years - from a 32%...
DUBAI // For the second year running Roger Federer has dealt acruel blow to a tournament close to his heart. The world No 1, who has a home in the emirate, last night reluctantly withdrew from the Dubai Tennis Championships because of a lung infection. Federer, last seen on a tennis court regaining his Australian Open title after a tough final against Britain's...
LONDON: A decade since the outbreak of the war in Syria, experts have warned that there can be no resolution to the crisis while President Bashar Assad remains in power “If the Assad family and entourage are still ruling Syria four years from now, Syria will be even immeasurably worse than it is now,” Frederic Hof, former US special envoy to Syria, said at an event hosted by London-based think tank Chatham House and attended by Arab News. “This is hard to imagine because we’re already looking at what is for all practical purposes a failed state. We’re seeing...
Several major U.S. stock indexes hit all-time highs Thursday, as a recent stretch of volatile trading in the bond market continued to ease, keeping investors in a buying mood. The S&P 500 index rose 1%, extending its winning streak to a third day as it scored a record high. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and Russell 2000 index of smaller companies also hit all-time highs. The latest gains came as President Joe Biden signed a huge economic relief bill into law. Technology stocks, which have been hurt this year by rising bond yields, led the market higher, aided by solid gains in communications services companies and those that rely...
A judge in Mauritania’s capital Nouakchott on Thursday charged ex-president Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz and about ten other figures with corruption, following an investigation into his decade-long rule. ......
Bitcoin held steady on Thursday in its tread towards $60,000. This, on the heels of several multi-million dollar DEX investment purchases. Tether clamored back, kicking DOT down to sixth place. Bitcoin is primed for an epic run as worldwide digit ......
Lionel Messi received a surprise house-share offer from Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos on Thursday.","content":"Lionel Messi received a surprise house-share offer from Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos on...
The signing came hours before Biden delivers his first prime-time address since taking office Marking a year of loss and disruption, President Joe Biden on Thursday signed into law the $1.9 trillion relief package that he said will help the U.S. defeat the coronavirus and nurse the economy back to health. The signing came hours before Biden delivers his first prime-time address since taking office. He’s aiming to steer the nation toward a hungered-for sentiment — hope — as he marks one year since the onset of the pandemic that has killed more than 529,000 Americans. “This historic legislation is about rebuilding the backbone of this country,” Biden said as he signed the bill in the Oval...
Scientists using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope just found evidence that an intriguing, rocky exoplanet called GJ 1132 b may have transformed from a gas giant into an Earth-sized core, and then amassed a second, planetary atmosphere from volcanic activity — according to a recent study shared on . This is the first detection of a "secondary atmosphere" beyond our solar system — and it could have substantial ramifications for other exoplanets.Hot magma gave this Earth-sized planet a second chance The planet orbits a red dwarf star 41 light-years from Earth, and — while it shows notable parallels to our planet — the differences are more gripping. This is a planet with a...
As a devastating consequence of old equipment, human error, and bad luck, oil spills have adversely affected the environment throughout the years by releasing millions of gallons of oil along coastlines, polluting fisheries, killing and injuring wildlife. The news of such spills is announced with worrying frequency, with one of the most recent examples being the devastating Mauritius spill. In that...
By Kao Shih-ching / Staff reporter SinoPac Financial Holdings Co (永豐金控) aims to generate 30 percent of its profits from overseas operations this year, as well as expand its operations in Vietnam and open a Singapore branch, SinoPac Financial president Stanley Chu (朱士廷) said yesterday. Its banking arm, Bank SinoPac (永豐銀行), set up a branch in Ho Chi Minh City focused on lending to Taiwanese companies with operations in Vietnam, but it is shifting to tap the...
Benjamin Netanyahu called off his Thursday plans to visit the United Arab Emirates – with the Israeli leader's office claiming a spat with the Jordanian government brought up issues with him flying over their airspace. Netanyahu, 71, was supposed to visit with leaders in UAE after in August it became the third Arab nation, following Egypt and Jordan, to establish formal diplomatic ties with the Jewish nation. The prime minister's office said in a statement that 'because of difficulties in coordinating his flight in Jordanian airspace the visit was postponed' – and the office did not give a new date for the visit. Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II was supposed to visit the Temple...
The European Central Bank said it would step up its bond-purchase stimulus to support an economy whose recovery is expected to lag a year behind the rebound in the US, held back by slow vaccine rollouts and less relief spending by governments. The central bank for the 19 countries that use the euro said Thursday that over the next quarter the purchases would be conducted “at a significantly higher pace than during the first months of the year”. The move is aimed at preventing a premature rise in borrowing costs while businesses are still struggling with coronavirus restrictions like curfews and shutdowns. Yields on long-term government bonds have risen by about 0.3% since the start of the...
Booby-trapped Israeli drones exploded and led to death of three Palestinian fishermen in Gaza, 11 March 2021 Palestinian ministry spokesman Iyad Al-Bazm at a press conference after booby-trapped Israeli drones exploded in Gaza, 11 March 2021 Booby-trapped...
The unmanned aircraft systems will include radar and optics, jamming systems and missile...
Less than two weeks after the release of an unclassified US intelligence report on the 2018 killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, pressure continues to build in Washington for President Joe Biden to hold Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) accountable. The widely anticipated report confirmed what many human rights groups, United Nations experts and US lawmakers had long argued: the crown prince approved the operation to “capture or kill” Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. But the Biden administration has said it would not directly sanction or impose a travel ban on MBS; instead, it said it plans to “recalibrate” – but not “rupture” – Washington’s relationship with...
PARIS—A fire at a French cloud services firm has disrupted millions of websites, knocking out government agencies' portals, banks, shops, news...
WASHINGTON — The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to 712,000, the lowest total since early November, evidence that fewer employers are cutting jobs amid a decline in confirmed coronavirus cases and signs of an improving economy. The Labor Department said Thursday that applications for unemployment aid dropped by 42,000 from 754,000 the week before. Though the job market has been slowly strengthening, many businesses remain under pressure, and 9.6 million jobs remain lost to the pandemic that flattened the economy 12 months ago. In February, U.S. employers added a robust 379,000 jobs, the most...
The Kremlin undoubtedly hopes that by packing Alexei Navalny off to prison, it will keep him out of sight, out of mind. Yet Navalny’s many social-media-savvy followers make that unlikely. A growing movement of people discontented with corruption, economic stagnation, and the Kremlin’s autocratic rule means that a political opposition will persist even without Navalny. It’s not hard to see why Navalny gets under Vladimir Putin’s skin. Navalny’s support was once said to extend no further than the intelligentsia of Moscow and St Petersburg, but he eventually built a movement across the country. Last summer while he was visiting supporters in distant Siberia, the Federal Security Service (FSB),...
LONDON - More than 100 separatists from the Algeria-backed Polisario Front are active within Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), warned Morocco’s new head of the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations (BCIJ), in an interview with Jeune Afrique magazine. “There is an indoctrination in the Tindouf camps that is provided by the imams of the camps. It is also a...
The war in Syria has left the lives and futures of a generation of children hanging by a thread, UNICEF warned today, as the conflict nears the ten-year mark. The situation for many children and families remains precarious, with nearly 90 per cent of children in need of humanitarian assistance, said the United Nations agency, in a press release appealing for $1.4 billion for its...

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By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Saturday Night Post) Legendary financial and geopolitical cycle analyst Martin Armstrong says, “If my computer had legs, it would hide under my bed.”  That’s how bad things are looking for the rest of 2022 and 2023, according to Armstrong’s “Socrates” program that foresees future geopolitical and economic trends and events.  Let’s […]

The post Prepare for War, Higher Energy Prices & Significant Civil Unrest -Martin Armstrong first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 536 7.1.22) Dr. Paul Craig Roberts says American leaders want war with Russia.  Russia is trying to avoid war, but the provocations from the U.S. and NATO keep coming.  At some point, Dr. Roberts says Russia will be backed into a corner, and it won’t take long for the battle […]

The post Paul Craig Roberts Nuke War Coming, Mysterious Deaths Don’t Stop, Dems Can’t Win first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    Dr. David Martin has a deep medical science and investment resume. Dr Martin also runs a company (M·CAM International) that finances cutting edge innovation worldwide.  He is also one of the key people seeking justice in lawsuits suing medical companies and the federal government involved in delivering the so-called vaccines […]

The post 700 Million Worldwide Will Die from CV19 Vax by 2028 – Dr. David Martin first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Saturday Night Post) Renowned radio host, filmmaker and book author Steve Quayle says the world is being lied to about our ancient history.  Why?  The governments of the world want to control the narrative about who made us and the truth in the Bible about End of Days predicted in Revelation.  For […]

The post Alien Link to Human Destruction – Steve Quayle first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 535 6.24.22) The economy is so bad, and inflation is so high, that the Democrat National Committee (DNC) is worrying more about retaining Democrats than cultivation of new voters for the mid-terms this fall.  A new poll shows a majority of Democrats say Biden is responsible for the inflation we […]

The post Dem Desperation, Were They Vaxed, Biden Inflation first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Saturday Night Post) Catherine Austin Fitts (CAF), Publisher of The Solari Report and former Assistant Secretary of Housing (Bush 41 Admin.), contends this is what the so-called “reset” looks like. High food and fuel prices along with crushing interest rates are no accident. CAF explains, “To me, this is part of […]

The post It’s Not a Turndown, It’s a Takedown – Catherine Austin Fitts first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 534 6.17.22) The Federal Reserve, this week, raised a key interest rate the most in 28 years.  The Fed raised the Fed Funds rate by a stunning .75%.  As the Fed clearly signaled rising interest rates, the markets tanked.  Fears of recession are everywhere, and the Fed says it will […]

The post Fed Kills the Economy, Dem Blues, Vax Keep Killing first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Precious metals expert and financial writer Bill Holter said in early April that he thought we did not have much time until the financial meltdown started.  He gave it 60 days.  Two months later, the meltdown started in earnest right on time.  The world is at debt levels never seen before, […]

The post Game Over, They’re Pulling the Plug – Bill Holter first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Saturday Night Post) World renowned CV19 critical care and pulmonary expert Dr. Pierre Kory says his clinic is seeing an explosion of people seeking treatment for CV19 vaccine sickness and injury.  Dr. Kory reports, “We just started seeing more and more vaccine injured, and they are really quite ill.  It’s a […]

The post CV19 Vax Deaths & Injuries are an Ignored Humanitarian Catastrophe – Dr. Pierre Kory first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 533 6.10.22) (UPDATED) The mainstream media (MSM) is largely not reporting or, at least, underreporting the threats that Russia is making against the West, mainly the US and UK.  Russia is making threats to strike because NATO it is supplying rockets to Ukraine that can hit Russia.  If that happens, […]

The post Russia Threatens West, Pfizer Bait & Switch Confirmed, Economic Slide Continues first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Wall Street money manager Edward Dowd has made billions of dollars for companies such as Black Rock picking good businesses with good products.  He can also spot a fraud, and Dowd says Pfizer simply made up the research that said it’s CV19 vaccine was safe and effective.  According to Dowd, it […]

The post CV19 Vax Deadliest Fraud in History – Edward Dowd first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchddog.com (Saturday Night Post) Board-certified pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole has treated more than 500,000 patients, and he is an expert in postmortem examination.  Dr. Cole has a long resume, including a five-year stint at the Mayo Clinic.  Dr. Cole was one of the very first doctors to come out and question the […]

The post Global CV19 Vax Absolute Insanity – Dr. Ryan Cole first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 532 6.3.22) The USA is rushing to spend more money on weapons to send to Ukraine for more war. They are sending drones, hellfire missiles and $700 million more to kill Russians if the money ever even makes it there.  The USA is also cutting Russia off from the payment […]

The post War, Death, Inflation all Rising first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Author of the popular book “Deep State” and award-winning journalist Alex Newman says Deep State globalists are afraid the world is waking up to the tyranny they are trying to impose on every country on earth including America.  Things are not going as smoothly into their so-called reset as they had […]

The post Deep State Predators Need to Terrify Everyone – Alex Newman first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Saturday Night Post) Renowned trends researcher and publisher of “The Trends Journal,” Gerald Celente, boldly stated in March “World War III has Begun.”  Don’t expect that trend to change anytime soon.  Celente explains, “Hey, I’m the President of the United States, and I am going to send weapons of death to […]

The post Lunatics are Leading Us to Death – Gerald Celente first appeared on Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.
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