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Kelly Loses Control Again As Trump Inadvertently Retweets User Calling Him A Fascist

Judging by this morning’s presidential twitter blooper reel we can only assume that General Kelly didn’t make the trip to New York City with President Trump last night. Trump’s latest unforced error came when he attempted to retweet a Fox & Friends story which said that he was considering a presidential pardon for former Maricopa […]

The Trigger? “If This Ever Happens You Know You’re Days Away From Nuclear War”

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Back in February of 2014 we published an interview and report from well known preparedness strategist and strategic relocation expert Joel Skousen in which he explained his assessment of how World War III would “go down.”   At the time, North Korea was considered by most to be nothing more […]

Al-Qaeda’s “Inspire” Magazine Targets US Commuter Trains With Homemade “Derailment Devices”

The magazine that helped the Tsarnaev brothers pull off the Boston Marathon bombing – while also purporting to teach wannabe jihadis how to “make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom” – is homing in on its next target: America’s crumbling transportation infrastructure. “Inspire,” the Al Qaeda propaganda magazine, will dedicate its next issue […]

Look Out Manhattan – Chinese Foreign Real-Estate Spending Plunges 82%

Earlier this month, Morgan Stanley warned that commercial real estate prices in New York City, Sydney and London would likely take a hit over the next two years as Chinese investors pull out of foreign property markets. The pullback, they said, would be driven by China’s latest crackdown on capital outflows and corporate leverage, which […]

Police Seize Enough Fentanyl “To Kill Half Of NYC” In Recent Bust

The opioid crisis is killing tens of thousands of Americans a year as powerful synthetic drugs like fentanyl are increasingly mixed in with the heroin supply, killing unsuspecting addicts in greater numbers. These lab-manufactured opioids and their pharmacological cousins are so powerful, a 20-pound mixture of fentanyl and heroin that was recently seized by law […]

U.S. Rent Growth Flatlines As Massive Flood Of New Apartment Supply Finally Takes Its Toll

After a slow and steady march higher in the wake of the ‘great recession’ nearly a decade ago, a note today from Rent Cafe shows that average rents in the United States may have finally stalled in July at $1,350 per month after posting a paltry sequential gain of just 0.1%.   Rents are still […]

Frontrunning: August 7

Futures slightly higher after Dow’s record run (Reuters) Tillerson says U.S., Russia can settle differences (Reuters) Hot-Stock Rally Tests the Patience of Value Investors (WSJ) ‘Good Conservative’ Grassley Ramps Up His Panel’s Trump-Russia Probe (BBG) Brands Strike Back: Seven Strategies to Loosen Amazon’s Grip (WSJ) Oil slides from nine-week highs as market looks to OPEC […]

NYC Mayor de Blasio Readies “Millionaires Tax” To Fix Subway

The New York City's transportation system is in trouble. Delays have skyrocketed on the century-old subway system, and several recent accidents have raised safety concerns. Joseph J. Lhota, chairman of The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, has called upon the mayor to provide more money to fix the system, recently outlining a roughly $800 million emergency rescue […]

Did An Author From The 1800s Predict Trump And America’s Downfall?

Authored by Josie Wales via TheAntiMedia.org, Did a 19th-century author really predict Trump’s election, Russiagate, and the potential collapse of the country? It’s impossible to say for sure, but the ever-resourceful and endlessly curious users of Reddit and 4chan have unearthed some fascinating evidence to give some substance to the fantasy. In the late 1800s, an American lawyer, political writer, and […]

Baltimore Weekend Ceasefire Ends With 2 Killings

Submitted by Stock Board Asset Heading into this weekend, we reported on a ceasefire agreement between Baltimore “gang leaders, drug dealers and others linked to the violence”.  The ceasefire was called “Nobody kill anybody for 72-hours”, but it seems that was too much to ask for the violence-plagued city on pace for its highest number […]