News about the deadly virus that first appeared in Wuhan, China in late 2019 is everywhere. The virus is officially called severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. It is also called Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), 2019-nCov, 2019 Novel Coronavirus, and SARS-CoV-2. The disease the virus causes is called COVID-19. Continue reading COVID-19: Civil Duty, Information, and Resources
Neo-Darwinists often say ‘no serious scientists disagree’ with Darwinism, or ‘only creationists have problems.’
While Christians have long challenged Charles Darwin’s theory of undirected evolution, few appreciate the true extent of the challenge beyond the church. Current estimates are that approximately one-third of professional academic biologists who do not believe in intelligent design find Darwin’s theory is inadequate to describe all of the complexity in biology. Continue reading Neo-Darwinists often say ‘no serious scientists disagree’ with Darwinism, or ‘only creationists have problems.’
How often do you visit a website only to find all the content gone? How often do you recall seeing something online, only to go back and check and find that the information has been modified or is missing? Continue reading What are Twitter Archives And Why Should You Care?
Trump’s priorities are not your priorities. No matter how much you try to convince yourself, the reality is otherwise. Continue reading Trump’s Priorities Are Not Your Priorities
The first three days of the impeachment trial at the Senate had gone by without any major incidents. Originally, the Republicans voted to block subpoenas for new evidence, as well as refuse new witnesses’ testimony. However, after much deliberation, the Senate set down the the trial rules allowing for a new vote to be casted after each side has argued their positions. Continue reading The Mockery of Law
There are many ways to rig an election.
In Spain, the term pucherazo (electoral fraud), dates back to the Restoration of the Borbonic dynasty to the throne from 1874 onwards, with the culmination of Primo de Rivera’s dictatorship in 1923.
There were several ways in which manipulation was done. Sometimes the paper ballots will be hidden in big stew pots (in Spanish, pucheros. Hence the name); and they would then be added or subtracted to the ballot box in order to obtain the desired result.
The House convened at 9 a.m. to proceedings debate leading up to the final impeachment votes. After an hour of debate on the “rule” governing the proceedings, six hours of debate on the articles will be divided equally between Democrats and Republicans, who could introduce procedural obstacles that would stretch the proceedings into the evening. Continue reading Where to watch live debates on articles of impeachment?
The impeachment process carries on. Tomorrow the votes will be in. Tonight, in what is known as “Impeachment Eve”, demonstration are schedule to take place all over the country, both in favour and opposing the impeachment. Continue reading Is Trump afraid of Impeachment?
It’s been quite a week on the impeachment front — a 9-hour-plus, bitterly contentious hearing before the House Judiciary Committee that focused (or attempted to, anyway) on evidence of President Trump’s high crimes and misdemeanors, followed just 14 hours later with the high-stakes rollout of two articles of impeachment. The case against Trump could get a committee vote by Thursday, with the full House voting before Christmas Continue reading A letter to the GOP
The last few weeks have been nothing sort of a roller-coaster thanks to the impeachment hearings before the House Intelligence and Judiciary Committee. If you haven’t had the chance to watch them in full, here are some links to refresh your memory: House Intelligence Committee Impeachment Hearings: Day 1. Witnesses include Bill Taylor, Acting U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, and George Kent, Deputy Assistant Secretary of … Continue reading Articles of impeachment formally unveiled against Donald J. Trump
Mass surveillance tools such as face recognition are often sold to the citizens under the guise of ‘protection’. Usually the ‘protection’ is from terrorists that somehow are never caught before the act, yet allowed to rampage our streets and create chaos for the benefit of The Government’s private agenda: more mass surveillance and the steady diminishing of our personal rights. Continue reading Facial recognition: coming to a town near you
My American friends always like to boast that America is ‘the land of the free’ and ‘the land of opportunity’. I get that. We all love our own homelands. But when it comes to America, how free are you exactly?
For instance, you have no privacy when it comes to travelling. Everywhere you go and everything you do is logged and recorded and sent to the Department of Homeland Security to further classify and analyse your movements and your habits.For instance, you have no privacy when it comes to travelling. Everywhere you go and everything you do is logged and recorded and sent to the Department of Homeland Security to further classify and analyse your movements and your habits.
Continue reading The Land of the Free-ish
Mr. Paddock was arrested and the charges brought forward. According to the legal complaint, Bruce faced 19 counts of sexual exploitation of a child and 1 count of possession of child pornography.
Bruce appeared to have had some 236 CDs with thousands of images of children, some of them under the age of 12, plus some 600 images in his pc. According to one source*: Continue reading Brother Paddock
A man by the name of Nathan Larson, from Charlottesville, is running for public office in the US State of Virginia. This would be a totally unremarkable affair, if it wasn’t for some of his very murky past.
Mr. Larson pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a 16 month (or 14, depending on sources) jail sentence due to a and act of ‘civil disobedience’, as reported by the vast majority of newspapers. This particular act of ‘civil disobedience’ was, in fact, a death threat sent in the form of a letter to the White House. Continue reading Nathan Larson: congressional candidate and pedophile
Like a gilded coating that makes the dullest things glitter, today’s thin veneer of political populism covers a grotesque underbelly of growing inequality that’s hiding in plain sight. And this phenomenon of ever more concentrated wealth and power has both Newtonian and Darwinian components to it.
In terms of Newton’s first law of motion: those in power will remain in power unless acted upon by an external force. Those who are wealthy will only gain in wealth as long as nothing deflects them from their present course. As for Darwin, in the world of financial evolution, those with wealth or power will do what’s in their best interest to protect that wealth, even if it’s in no one else’s interest at all. Continue reading Survival of the Richest: All Are Equal, Except Those Who Aren’t
For a man of such education and reputation, it is interesting to note that McAuliffe does have a lot of conflict of interest when it comes to his political and
business life. In fact, if one does look just close enough, it appears both go hand-in-hand and one couldn’t exist without the other.
One of McAuliffe’s initial forays into conflicts of interests comes from Federal City National Bank, a bank he helped to co-found in 1985. By 1988, the bank’s board elected McAuliffe as chairman, making him the youngest chairman in the United States Federal Reserve Bank’s charter association. The bank later merged with Credit International Bank, and he became Vice-Chairman there. Continue reading Reflecting over McAuliffe’s conflicts of interests
Much has been said and written about Christopher Steele’s authorship of the notorious document that alleges Russia-Trump collusion. According to Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS (who plead the Fifth and only spoke through his lawyers), Steele was hired by them in June 2016 to gather information about “links between Russia and [then-presidential candidate] Donald Trump.” Pursuant to that business arrangement, Steele prepared a series of reports styled as intelligence briefings, some of which were later compiled into a collection of documents and published by a number of media outlets and later become known as the “Trump dossier.” Continue reading The Mechanics of Deception
Last week saw the release of the applications used to obtain warrants from the FISA court to spy on Carter Page, an adviser to the Trump presidential campaign. Obtained by Judicial Watch, the 400-plus pages of (heavily redacted) documents support the conclusions earlier drawn by the House Intelligence Committee (and denounced by Democrats as hysteria): the FISA warrants were obtained through obfuscation and deceit. Continue reading A simple explanation of U.S corruption
According to GOP.com, Harvey Weinstein has donated a total of $296 290 to the Democratic National Committee. Out of that amount, Terry McAuliffe received $32 535 In-Kind Contributions.
While it is true that Mr Weinstein donated to Mr McAuliffe’s political campaign, it is also true that when (and only when) the story of Mr Weinstein’s many abuses reached the mainstream media, Mr McAuliffe did make some public statements about donating the amount given to him by Mr Weinstein to the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance. Continue reading Terry McAuliffe’s DOJ investigation and other unscrupulous donations
One of such friendship is James Alefantis, a man who was once listed by GQ’s magazine as one of the 50 most powerful people in Washington. Mr Alefantis is involved in several business ventures such a Transformers, a DC based non-profit, artist-centered organization that connects and promotes emerging artists. He also owns the restaurants Buck’s Fishing Camping and Comet Ping-Pong. Comet Ping Pong is currently at the center of a world-wide child trafficking ring known as Pizzagate*. Continue reading McAuliffe’s questionable friendships
In a previous article, some concerned was expressed about Mr Nathan Larson’s abilities to run for congressional state office. The charming accountant from Charlottesville was convicted in 2009 for sending death threads to the President of the United States. He was was sentenced to 16 months’ imprisonment and three years’ supervised release. Continue reading Terry McAuliffe: the man above the Law
As the investigation grows into the incident of the 22nd of June at the Red Hen, it becomes clear that the presence of Sarah Sanders at the restaurant was not coincidental, but a strategically planned move to expose a corrupt and nation-wide underground operation with both Red Hen restaurants (Lexington and Washington DC) at the center of it all. Continue reading McAuliffe and Lexington’s Red Hen Connections – Pt2
The evening of the 22nd of June, Miss Sanders (White House Press Secretary) went for dinner with her family to a little restaurant called ‘The Red Hen’. Continue reading Red Hen: Setting the record straight – Part 1