A new study found that terrorist attacks allegedly carried out by Muslims receive over five times more media coverage than those carried out by non-Muslims in the United States. This isn’t necessarily surprising, as mainstream media (MSM) has worked alongside the U.S. government to paint an elaborate picture about false enemies such as Al Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS/ISIS), creating heightened fear surrounding terrorism and Muslims.
Lawyers representing President Donald Trump are urging the dismissal of a defamation lawsuit brought against him by a former contestant on the Apprentice reality show, who alleges Trump smeared her reputation on the campaign trail after she came forward to accuse him of sexual assault.
The man who designed the NSA’s electronic intelligence gathering system ( Bill Binney ) sent us an affidavit which he signed on the Fourth of July explaining that the NSA is still spying on normal, every day Americans…
“He is literally the only person I know of that has any doubt about whether Russia attacked our election system in 2016.”
Documentaries serve as excellent tools to help us learn about subjects we might never have come across or researched ourselves, or dive deeper into ones we’ve already explored. In fact, documentaries are what triggered my own ‘awakening’ and my quest to find out what’s truly going on in the world and our purpose here within it.
News that the Trump team met with a Kremlin lawyer with the purpose of getting dirt on Hillary Clinton has led some to call it “treason.”
Richard Painter, the former chief White House ethics lawyer under President George W. Bush, has called it just that.
Straight from the horse’s mouth:
What’s the real problem with the U.S. economy? Billionaire investor Warren Buffett thinks it’s that rich people are benefiting too much.
“This has been a prosperity that’s been disproportionately rewarding to the people on top,” Buffett said in an interview Tuesday with PBS Newshour’s Judy Woodruff.
Buffett, the 86-year-old founder and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. BRK.A, +0.48% , is the world’s second-richest man, according to Forbes’ billionaires list, with a net worth of about $76 billion.