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From Camo To ‘Lucky Charms’ – Tucker Carlson’s Hilarious List Of 100 “Racist” Things

Authored by Amber Athey via The Daily Caller, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson tweeted out Friday a hilarious list of 100 things people have deemed “racist” this year, and some of the entries are just unbelievable. The Daily Caller founder geared up for the list by telling his followers that “we live in revolutionary times” and […]

How Government Agents Troll Online to Divide and Confuse

Via The Daily Bell The real story of online deception isn’t about the Russians. Sure, the Russians certainly have their own programs to disrupt and steer online discourse. But how quickly the public has forgotten about the U.S. government’s own internet troll program. Edward Snowden leaked documents used by the “Five Eyes” alliance of governments. […]

Wisconsin Governor Pushes Forward With Plan To Drug Test Food Stamp Recipients

Anyone looking to take advantage of the federal food stamp program in the state of Wisconsin may soon have to pee in a cup before rushing to the grocery store each month for their taxpayer subsidized sugary beverages and assortment of Hostess baked goods.  As the StarTribune points out today, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker took […]

NSA Officials and Computer Expert: Forensic Evidence Proves DNC Emails Were LEAKED, Not Hacked

Preface by Washington's Blog: We asked top NSA whistleblower Bill Binney what he thought about a report claiming that the DNC emails were transferred too quickly to have been accessed by a hacker, and could only have been copied by a DNC leaker. This article is his response.   Background here and here. MEMORANDUM FOR: The […]

Trump Targets Food Stamps With Proposed Fee On Retailers

Trump’s proposal to overhaul the U.S. food stamp program, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) as it’s currently known, has brought with it a widely overlooked fee that could end up costing food retailers billions.  Per MSN: That provision is a new fee that the White House wants to charge retailers that accept food […]

ALERT: JFK Murder Conspiracy SOLVED, but who cares

(GLOBALINTELHUB) – 4/09/2017    Support  solid  intelligence visit our  sponsor www.splittingpennies.com  While the world wonders about President Trump, 54 years ago, a US President was murdered in broad daylight in Dallas, Texas; John Fitzgerald Kennedy – the only Irish Catholic President, and possibly one of the only US Presidents that was not a Freemason.  To […]

Mexico Prepares Plan To Ditch U.S. Grain Imports As NAFTA Showdown Looms

America’s Midwest farmers can’t seem to catch a break.  First, an epic collapse of grain prices over the last couple of years have threatened to wipe out family farmers (see “Midwest Farm Bubble Continues Collapse As Farm Incomes Expected To Crash In 2017“) and now, thanks to the pending NAFTA showdown threatened by President Trump, […]

Meet The “Gardening Blogger” Who May Have Overcharged Americans Billions For Supermarket Chicken

Billions of dollars worth of chicken are sold in the United States each year through various supermarket chains.  Given the shear volume of chicken sales, most Americans simply take for granted that the prices are set based a transparent, competitive marketplace of buyers and sellers.  Certainly, before now, not many would have guessed that their […]

Startling Look At How Much Money Food Stamp Recipients Spend On Junk Food

A new study just released by the USDA, offers a very detailed look at exactly how participants in the “Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program” (SNAP, aka Food Stamps) spend their taxpayer-funded subsidies.  Unfortunately for taxpayers, the amount of money spent on soft drinks and other unnecessary junk foods/drinks is fairly staggering.  But, we suppose it’s a […]

Farmers Set To Receive $7 Billion In 2016 Subsidies – 10% Of Total Income

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Oct 5, 2016 6:30 PM The USDA has announced it will pay $7 billion in “Agriculture Risk Coverage” and “Price Loss Coverage” (aka “subsidy”) payments to farmers this year as prices for most agricultural products, particularly corn, have remained depressed.  At $7BN, subsidy payments will be equal to roughly 10% of the […]