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“Physically Violent Hillary” Lashed Out Against Aides in Drunken Tirade on Election Night: Report

Fresh reports are confirming what we already knew – that Hillary Clinton was nowhere to be seen on election night because she was preoccupied with a terrible rage, losing it once again in front of her closest circle of staff and surrogates. If these accounts have any validity, she was absolutely livid. Is there a more […]

Huma “Breaks Down In Tears” After Receiving Text: Feels Like She Cost Her the Election

The price of hubris has set in. After years of assuming an easy victory in 2016, Team Hillary is taking the heavy toll as reality is setting in. Human Abedin, under her own set of scandals after the brutal email-centric campaign, was seen breaking down in tears as she carried dry cleaning through Manhattan in […]

“U.S. Descending to Third World” Status: American Jobs Are Gone Because of Offshoring

This article was written by Paul Craig Roberts and originally published at his website. Editor’s Comment: Despite the rhetoric, “free trade” has been nothing more than a looting by corporations and agenda driven NGOs. With a deepening of these policies looming under the ominous Trans-Pacific Partnership, America is swiftly becoming an economically destroyed third world […]

Precious Metals Market Update

moneymetals.com / December 9th, 2013 Lower Spot Prices Lead to Lower Mine Production – But with Significant Lag Long-suffering bullion investors may have difficulty reconciling lower gold and silver prices with news that mines will set a new record for production this year — expected to be 2,920 tons. Thomson Reuters GFMS estimates the cost […]

Lauren Lyster and Heidi Moore infiltrate JP Morgan’s Mafia Hearings in Washington DC! CapitalAccount

Welcome to Capital Account. We come to you live from our bunker deep within the newsroom’s “fortress balance sheet,” because Jamie Dimon was on Capitol Hill testifying about JP Morgan’s multi-billion dollar trading loss. We headed to the hill with the protection of a full body suit that repels cronyism and dirty deals…we tried to […]

Action on the Fukushima Logic Problem

Blindly delegating responsibility to uncaring, and irresponsibly negligent, government authority has become a pervasive social meme of US, European, and Asian culture. Our interests would be better served by taking personal responsibility. This holds especially so for citizens of Japan who need to ask themselves several questions based on logic;

Has Fukushima become manageable or has the news been managed? Will the meltdown adversely effect myself and my family?
If you are in Japan you can take personal action or you can ceed your personal responsibility to a government decision maker it is your choice. My suggestion is to take responsibility for yourself and your family.
These are not scientific questions for there are no certainties in the unknown, unseen, the over complex, and within the intentionally anemic snippets of opinion that come our way via a corporate media.

NYT TOKYO — In an unusually stark warning, Japan’s (former-resigned) prime minister (Naoto Kan) last year’s (propaganda via past tense, finished, over) nuclear crisis told a parliamentary inquiry on Monday (today) that the country should discard nuclear power as too dangerous, saying the Fukushima accident had pushed Japan to the brink of "national collapse."

Mr. Kan replied that the accident had brought Japan to the brink of evacuating metropolitan Tokyo and its 30 million residents, and that the loss of the capital would have paralyzed the national government, leading to "a collapse of the nation’s ability to function."

Deborah Edler Brown Walking in Joy

Marathon Madness Begins “I am the last person anyone would ever expect to walk a marathon. A quintessential bookworm, I was the proverbial kid picked last for every team in gym, and always with someone assigned to keep me away from whatever ball we were attempting to kick, catch or volley. I never learned to […]

Deborah Edler Brown Walking in Joy

Marathon Madness Begins “I am the last person anyone would ever expect to walk a marathon. A quintessential bookworm, I was the proverbial kid picked last for every team in gym, and always with someone assigned to keep me away from whatever ball we were attempting to kick, catch or volley. I never learned to […]