Daily Caller | George Soros’s Open Society Foundations spent $650,000 in an effort to influence Pope Francis during his visit to the United States, a leaked document reveals.

DC Whispers | Megyn Kelly’s ongoing misrepresentation of Donald Trump and his millions of supporters continued this week as she returned to the Fox News airwaves following a lengthy summer hiatus.

Zero Hedge | Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, reiterated Trump's call for a special prosecutor to investigate possible corruption.


Daily Sheeple | Over the past six months, DC restaurants have lost 1,400 jobs, a 3% decrease.

Economic Collapse |The critics of Obamacare have been proven right.


Propaganda Matrix | Warning follows German advisory for citizens to stockpile enough food and water for 10 days.

James Corbett | In other words, the UN is just like the Hotel California: “You can check-out any time you like, but you can never leave.”


Natural Society | Zika could spread to Louisiana.

Natural Society | Thousands of personal lawsuits have been filed.

World At War

Truthstream Media | I wasn't going to, but then I saw the CNN anchor pretend to cry...


Thomas DiLorenzo | As worrisome as this is, an even bigger brain damage threat to young people is what I call the academic zika virus, transmitted by left-wing, politically-correct “educators.”

James Corbett | Freedom. Terrible, terrible freedom. It’s almost like people are naturally inclined to seek it out.


The Free Thought Project | For hanging a flag upside down on his own property, Homer Martz was kidnapped by state agents and charged with a crime.

Natural News | All of this for a virus that has been here for decades and is patented?

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The Free Thought Project | While it looks like an Orwellian satire gone wrong, the site is very real and the NSA has no problem admitting it.

Anti Media | The Intercept recently began releasing batches of top secret internal newsletters from the most important division of the NSA, the Signals Intelligence Directorate, or SIGINT.

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