This week, an American patriot takes center stage: he doesn’t want attention; has principles and follows them; and always tells the truth. What an opportunity for young people to be inspired. What a great opportunity for both parties in Congress to follow his example.
If AG Barr has access to all classified material, how does [MUELLER] navigate?
If [MUELLER] provides FALSE and/or MISLEADING testimony, will AG Barr be forced to DECLAS all documentation to ensure full public awareness of the TRUTH?
If [MUELLER] defers to the original report but D's / FAKE NEWS push a false narrative 'knowing majority of the public did not watch the actual hearing' will AG Barr be forced to DECLAS all documentation to ensure full public awareness of the TRUTH?
[Be Ready], [MUELLER].
[Be Ready], [JC].
[Be Ready], [Traitors one & ALL].
Thank you for playing.
FISA goes both ways.
BREAKING: Pentagon's Office of Net Assessment has until Thursday to turn over to the Senate all records related to CIA/FBI spy Stef Halper's suspicious $1 mil contracts, which include 3 trips to London in 2016 & interviews with "former Russian diplomats and intelligence officers"
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President Trump has tweeted, as recently as this year, that the U.S. “foolishly” gave Pakistan tens of billions of dollars in aid over the decades, only to receive “lies & deceit” and failure to help fight terrorists in Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has called Mr. Trump’s criticisms of his country “ignorant and ungrateful” and complained repeatedly that Washington doesn’t appreciate Islamabad’s contribution to the war on terror.
But the mood and the conversation may be considerably warmer when Mr. Khan, a former cricket star, makes his first trip to the White House on Monday since his election 11 months ago. Oval Office talks with Mr. Trump are expected to center on the future of Afghanistan, counterterrorism, defense, energy and trade...
“The entire world is watching our determination. No one should doubt that the heroic Turkish army, which sees [Northern] Cyprus as its homeland, will not hesitate to take the same step it took 45 years ago if needed for the lives and security of the Turkish Cypriots,” state-run Anadolu News Agency quoted Erdogan as saying.
But the provocative remarks come amidst what EU-member Cyprus has dubbed a "second invasion" involving illegal Turkish oil and gas drilling, accompanied by Turkish warships, F-16s, and drones to ensure "protection" of its drilling vessels...
Equifax is reportedly close to reaching a $700 million settlement with the US Federal Trade Commission and other government agencies over its massive data breach in 2017. The money would also go towards resolving a consumer class-action lawsuit against the company, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday afternoon.
The Equifax data breach allowed hackers to steal the personal information of 147.7 million Americans from its servers, including Social Security numbers and home addresses. A House Oversight Committee report (PDF) released in December 2018 called the breach "entirely preventable," saying Equifax didn't take steps to prevent it and also wasn't ready to handle the aftermath...
“The traditional powers of the government to search people’s things when they’re entering the country might make sense if we’re talking about a suitcase, but they don’t make sense with our cellphones and laptops, which contain our emails and our browsing history and our photographs, and they’re truly a window to the soul,” said Adam Schwartz, a senior lawyer for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which brought the lawsuit on behalf of 11 travelers. “The government has no business looking at this information unless they can persuade a judge they have probable cause there’s a crime afoot.”
U.S. Department of Justice attorney Michael Drezner, representing the government, said no court has ever required probable cause or a warrant for any border search of a person or property. “They’re bringing a claim that’s breathtaking in scope and would undermine the authority of border officers that’s been established for centuries,” Drezner said in court...
Researchers from Russia and the US teamed up to find a way to break, or at least bend, one of physics' most fundamental laws on energy... The second law of thermodynamics is less a hard rule and more of a guiding principle for the Universe. It says hot things get colder over time as energy transforms and spreads out from areas where it's most intense...
We can't post most of the article as it's not written in a friendly manner. But, the experiment according to the article can be summarized as follows:
Step 1: line up three balls on a pool table.
Step 2: knock the balls around with a pool stick.
Step 3: hit the balls just right so they go back to lining up again.
ANON Writes: Here's the problem though; "Time can't really be reversed because time is merely a function of the second law of thermodynamics - Entropy. The only difference between T=1 and T=2 in the universe is that the total entropy has increased. Which is why the arrow of time always moves in one direction. This paper is trying to determine what the exact relation is between entropy and time by trying to reverse entropy locally and thus looking if time would also reverse. There is no true conclusion given outside, that on a quantum scale, reversed entropy looks exactly like reversed time".
TL;DR: Time travel is impossible and this paper is another piece of evidence that time is merely a function of entropy".
Aside from showing the popularity of Republican governors in the United States, the second-quarter results outlined in the survey revealed that all but three of the least popular governors in America are Democrats. While Democrat governors garnered an average net approval of +5 percent, Republican governors earned an average net approval of +19 percent.
According to the survey, the top 14 most popular governors, in terms of popularity, in the United States are: Republican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, Republican New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, Republican Vermont Gov. Phil Scott, Republican North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, Republican Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon, Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, Republican Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Republican Indiana Gov. Brad Little, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, Republican Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt.
More than 32,000 customers in the five boroughs and in the northern suburbs were dealing with outages as of around 8:10 p.m. That's up from around 10,000 customers experiencing outages around 5 p.m. Most of the issues are in Brooklyn, according to Con Ed's outage map.
The Sunday outage is heat-related, a Con Ed spokesperson confirmed.
The Lexington, Kentucky-based company in court documents listed more than $1 billion in debt, compared to $165 million in Ebitda last year. Details of the filing were reported earlier this week, including its plan to cut debt by about $650 million...
"It's like a Trojan horse," lead researcher Nathan Gianneschi explained in a statement. "It looks like a nice little fatty acid, so the tumor's receptors see it and invite it in. Then the drug starts getting metabolized and kills the tumor cells."
The chemotherapy drug called paclitaxel tricks tumors into inviting the medicine-carrying fatty acid in before the medicine activates and kills the targeted cells. The revelation lowers toxicity to the patient and causes less harmful side effects than most currently approved chemotherapy treatments, according to the report...
The "Top Gun" sequel, "Top Gun: Maverick," has raised questions about the removal of Japanese and Taiwanese flags on actor Tom Cruise's famed jacket, The Japan Times reported. Cruise's jacket, worn by his character Maverick, had shown those flags in the 1980s "Top Gun," but the 2019 sequel replaces them as the movie is co-produced by Paramount Pictures and Chinese company Tencent, which both declined comment, per the report.
"There's a new Top Gun movie coming out. And Maverick is wearing the same leather jacket - only this time it's Communist Party of China-approved, so the Japanese and Taiwanese flag patches are gone (screenshot on right is from the new trailer)..."...
Very well said here.
“These four Congresswomen detest America as it exists, as it is currently constructed. They want to tear down the structure of our country. They want it to be a socialist, open borders country.” pic.twitter.com/2qbkdhQjWK
Professor Erik Millstone, who has been a long-time critic of the additive, argues that there are many scientific studies that raise legitimate safety questions together with circumstantial evidence of neurological harm. As a result, he is calling for the suspension of authorisation to sell or use aspartame in the EU pending an independent investigation. He argues that anything from 2-10 per cent of consumers suffer neurological effects, ranging from blurred vision to headaches and, in a small number of worst cases, seizures...
Eric Sparkes absolutely denies claim that he told politician @itsericathomas to “go back where you came from.” He says the argument started over her using the express lane while having too many items. pic.twitter.com/ZikyJc81vf
Hong Kong authorities seized a large haul explosives and weapons in a raid Friday, leading to an arrest and an investigation just as the city braces for another mass protest, according to local reports... The discovery comes ahead of the latest of ongoing demonstrations, in part calling on the city's chief executive, Carrie Lam, to resign after a widely criticized bill that would have cleared the way for extraditions to China.
“The potential for miscalculation is high,” John Rood, the undersecretary of defense for policy, said at the Aspen Security Forum. “This kind of friction in a small waterway starts to increase the possibility of unintended conflict”... “I do worry — either through intention and misunderstanding our resolve, or, through an accident — that we could see the Iranians take some step that would be very concerning,” Rood added during a Saturday afternoon question-and-answer session. “That would be a grave mistake on their part that would be — it’s something that we are studiously trying to avoid.”
A genetics expert hired by the family of a 15-year-old girl who disappeared in 1983 said Saturday that an underground space near a Vatican cemetery holds thousands of "adult and non-adult" bones that appear to be from dozens of individuals.The bones under the Teutonic College were revealed when experts hired by the Vatican began cataloging remains that were discovered nearby last week. "We didn't expect such an enormous number," the expert Giorgio Portera said. "Thousands of bones have been found. That's the point we are at. Thousands of bones. I can't say if it's 1,000 or 2,000, but there are really very many, and so we assume [there is] the presence of the remains of a few dozen people."
During the eight years of the Obama administration, 2,977 migrants died after illegally crossing the southwest border with Mexico — 372 per year on average, according to a report obtained from U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials.
During the first two complete fiscal years of the Trump administration, 581 migrants died — an average of 291 per year. Despite massively higher border apprehensions in Fiscal Year 2019, the number of deaths appears to be on par with the two prior years, according to the International Organization for Migrants’ Missing Migrant Project. This represents about a 20 percent drop from the Obama administration’s reported migrant deaths.
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