Why Hillary Clinton Cannot Beat Donald Trump


Source: Liberty Blitzkrieg, by Michael Krieger

This morning, I read a fantastic article by Nathan J. Robinson in Current Affairs titled: Unless the Democrats Run Sanders, a Trump Nomination Means a Trump Presidency. Several months ago, I would have disagreed with this statement, but today I think it’s entirely accurate.

One thing Clinton supporters remain in complete denial about (other than the fact most Americans who don’t identify as Democrats find her to be somewhere in between untrustworthy and criminal), is that a significant number of Sanders supporters will never vote for Hillary. Forget the fact that I know a few personally, I’ve noticed several interviews with voters who proclaim Sanders to be their first choice but Trump their second. Are they just saying this or do they mean it? I think a lot them mean it.

Mr. Robinson’s article is a brilliant deep dive into what a real life Trump vs. Clinton matchup would…

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Why Syrians Support President Bashar al Assad


Source: Global Research, by Steven Sahiounie

It may be surprising to some that the Syrian people still support Pres. Bashar al Assad.  The western media has gone to great lengths to portray him as an evil dictator. However, Syrian residents are not affected by western media, and have a different view of their leader.

Syrians see Pres. Assad as a reformer.  They have witnessed numerous laws passed for their benefit, and a constant focus on anti-corruption measures.  They witnessed the abolition of the one-party rule, and now over 30 political parties are registered.  They watched him call for a new constitution to be drafted, and it was ratified in 2012.

Syria has millions of civil servants, and they watched as their salaries were repeatedly and routinely increased by order of the President from 2000 until present. Doctors, professors, teachers, and all the millions of civil servants have personally benefited…

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Game Over: Dark Days Ahead – Economic Literacy 101 – Bank Of America Prepares For BIG LAYOFFS

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Game Over: Dark Days Ahead

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 Steve Quayle "... it is here".

Steve Quayle “… it is here”.

Steve Quayle, appeared on my show last month and proclaimed in one sentence what is becoming the mantra for many in the Independent Media: “When we talk about what is coming, is no longer coming, it is here“.  When one looks at the economic reports and the prospect of World War III breaking out at any moment, truer words were never spoken.

The Most Recent Stock Market Report

Over 93% of investors lost money in the month of January. This figure was derived from data shared exclusively with CNNMoney by Openfolio, which is an app that follows individual investment portfolios and how they compare with other investors.

Behind the mounting fears about the crash in oil pricesand turbulence in China dominated the stock market in January. Incredibly, the Dow lost 5.5% of its value, the index’s deepest monthly drop…

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13 Bald Eagles Found Dead In Maryland Related To The Death Of Justice Scalia On February 13th?


Source: End of the American Dream, by Michael Snyder

It is a fact that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died on February 13th.  It is also a fact that 13 bald eagles were found dead near Federalsburg, Maryland this past weekend.  Could it be possible that those two events are related?  The bald eagle is both the national bird and the national animal of the United States, and it appears on our Great Seal.  And of course there were 13 states when the U.S. Constitution was originally ratified, and Maryland was one of those states.  So some are suggesting that these 13 dead bald eagles are a sign that the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia represented the beginning of the end for the U.S. Constitution.  Others are suggesting that they may be a sign of the death of America as a whole.  When I first heard…

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Mental Confusion and Delirium Linked to 54 Types Of A Commonly Used Drug 


From PsyBlog

Serious temporary problems with brain function linked to commonly used drugs.

Common antibiotics could be linked to serious temporary problems with brain function, a new review concludes.

The review found that 54 different antibiotics were linked with cases of delirium.

Delirium is mental confusion often accompanied by agitation and even hallucinations.

Dr Shamik Bhattacharyya, the study’s first author, said:

“People who have delirium are more likely to have other complications, go into a nursing home instead of going home after being in the hospital and are more likely to die than people who do not develop delirium.

Any efforts we can make to help identify the cause of delirium have the potential to be greatly beneficial.”

Since all the patients had an active infection, the study can’t rule out the possibility that that could have been the cause of the delirium.

Dr Bhattacharyya said:

“More research is needed…

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