Eddie Huang Exposes TED Conference on Joe Rogan Podcast

JG Vibes | In looking deeper into what is going on at TED i saw that recently Eddie Huang, a restaurant owner and entrepreneur, talked about his negative encounters with TED when he recently appeared on the Joe Rogan Podcast.

Texas Crime Lab Caught Falsifying Drug Tests

JG Vibes | With so many of these cases popping up over the years it seems that this is a systematic problem that reaches far beyond "a few bad apples".

The Great Cyprus Bank Robbery Shows That No Bank Account, No Retirement Fund And...

Michael Snyder | The global elite have now proven that when the chips are down they are going to go after any big pile of money that they think they can get their hands on.

Confronting Youth Unemployment in Africa

Fiyinfoluwa Elegbede | There are good ways and bad ways to confront youth unemployment in Africa.

Shock: Globalist Plan for IMF Failing in US Congress?

The Daily Bell | Mike Callaghan – Director of the Lowy Institute's G20 Studies Centre – provides us with insight into a big congressional battle going on over the International Monetary Fund.

Cargill, Kissinger & the Arming of Saddam Hussein

Dean Henderson | BNL’s Consulting Board for International Policy included Henry Kissinger and his boss David Rockefeller, now chairman of Rockefeller Group.

Ignoring Whistleblowers

Sartre | A cogent reaction from another renowned whistleblower, Daniel Ellsberg of the Pentagon Papers fame, carries the weight of a brave man from another era.

Activists Attempt Citizens Arrest on Henry Kissinger

Derrick Broze | Henry Kissinger is one of the most controversial statesman the United States has ever had. Known by some as the greatest diplomat for his work opening up relations between the Soviet and Chinese governments, Mr. Kissinger is also called a War Criminal by many others.

Class Action Lawsuit Against NYPD Stop and Frisk to Begin While Brooklyn is Under...

JG Vibes | Just in the past few days massive protests have continued to build in the Brooklyn area, in response to the highly suspicious death of young Kimani Gray, who was killed by NYPD officers. In the midst of this recent controversy a class action lawsuit against the NYPD is scheduled to begin, specifically regarding the stop and frisk policy.

Who Protects Freedom Of Speech When It Isn’t Profitable To Do So?

Torrent Freak | Over the past years, we have seen an all-out assault on the messenger immunity, forcing liability onto commercial distribution services for merely carrying a message. The net effect of this is a drastic and catastrophic abolition of the freedom of speech in the Internet.

Steubenville Teens Pronounced Guilty of Sexual Assault

Lauren McCauley | A judge announced Sunday that two Steubenville, Ohio high school football players have been found guilty of sexual assault in a highly-publicized trial that drew questions of a community's complicity in this criminal act.

In Zurich, and Across Europe, Squatter Communities are Strengthening

OWS | The time appears ripe to begin introducing squatter philosophies such as self-organization and the struggle for Freiraum and community preservation into the broader public discourse.

Creating a Surveillance and DNA Database for Every American . . . From the...

Brandon Turbeville | Coming in combination with such recent announcements as the open desire of agencies like DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) to create an Internet server that will house all verbal communications, it can scarcely be debated that the U.S.

Zimbweans Find Novel Way of Using Mobiles

Haru Mutasa | In Zimbabwe people are slowly beginning to pay for goods and services using their mobile phones - part of what's being called a micro-banking revolution.

The Deficit and the White House Tour Blues

Bruce Yandle | A frustrated group of sixth-graders from St. Paul's Lutheran School in Waverly, Iowa, recently sent a message to President Obama: "The White House is our house," the class said in a Facebook video. "Please let us visit."

Greenspan Discusses the End of the Fed … What Comes Next?

Anthony Wile | An interesting article in Forbes entitled "If Alan Greenspan Wants To 'End The Fed', Times Must Be Changing," informs us that the predictions we made long ago about the Federal Reserve are coming true.

Free, Open Source Smartphone Apps to Encrypt Communications Now Available!!

JG Vibes | Encryption is going to be an important part of maintaining your own privacy in the years to come. Download these apps yourself and check them out, then share them with your friends!

Cyprus Gets Bailout as Depositors Suffer Surprise Tax

Shepard Ambellas | In fact people are flocking to banking institutions and ATM's to withdraw as much as they can from their accounts as the decision has been made from above.

Portuguese Govt. Must Step Down, Protestors Say

Press TV | Thousands of Portuguese civil servants have poured onto the streets of Lisbon, demanding the resignation of the government over its unpopular austerity measures.

Maryland Moves to Abolish Death Penalty

Lauren McCauley | Maryland's House of Delegates voted 82-56 to repeal the death penalty Friday afternoon, all but guaranteeing the state's status as the 18th to abolish executions.

OWS Affiliated Group Purchases $1 Million Worth of Emergency Room Debt and Erases It

JG Vibes | The group recently announced through their website that they erased over $1 Million in debt from emergency rooms in Kentucky and Indiana.

“Washington’s Pope”? Who is Pope Francis I? Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Argentina’s “Dirty...

Prof Michel Chossudovsky | In this capacity, Bergoglio was the highest ranking Jesuit in Argentina during the military dictatorship led by General Jorge Videla

Walmart: Always Low Wages

OWS | At the end of last year, on Black Friday, Walmart workers bravely went out on strike. The workers and their supporters held protests at over 1,000 stores across the country, shortly following an initial set of strikes by workers in Walmart’s warehouses.

Is the International Narcotics Control Board Ignoring Human Rights?

Phillip Smith | A recent report by the UN special rapporteur on torture charged that compulsory drug treatment centers in some countries, particularly Vietnam and Thailand, constitute "forced labor" camps that engage in "torture."

Why You Should Oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline

Chris Mayer | There is one reason why you should oppose the proposed $5.3 billion Keystone XL Pipeline. And it has nothing to do with “green religionists,” as The Wall Street Journal calls the opposition in today’s paper.

Local Activists to Confront Henry Kissinger During his Houston Visit Today

JG Vibes | Today Henry Kissinger is scheduled to appear in Houston, Texas for "The Distinguished Leaders on Asia Series"

The Dow Jones Is Lying

Sheldon Richman | The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is at a record high, and the unemployment rate has ticked down to 7.7 percent, but this is no time to celebrate. The economy is still in the doldrums.

Culture in a Cage

Mike Reid | Recently, three children from a little-known forest tribe in India approached a nearby Indian village and asked to join their school. The teachers, however, were forbidden by law from admitting the kids.

11 nations granted waivers of US sanctions on Iran

Press TV | The United States has granted new waivers on Iran sanctions to 11 countries in exchange for their reductions of purchases of Iranian crude oil.

Iraqi Children: Deprived Rights, Stolen Future

Bie Kentane | Text of author’s presentation to a meeting at the United Nations, Palais des Nations, Geneva, March 15, 2013