Saturday, August 6, 2016

PROPAGANDA FILM SUGGESTS IRAN DID VIDEOTAPE CASH-DROP PLANE

Daily Mail
August 6, 2016


Could Trump have been right?



Iranian state-run media in Tehran did indeed videotape the arrival of a January 17 flight carrying $400 million in cash from the United States – and the money itself – judging from a documentary that aired the following month in the Islamic republic.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been in a firestorm of controversy since first claiming on Wednesday to have seen ‘secret’ footage of money being offloaded from an aircraft.
He admitted Friday morning on Twitter what his campaign had said more than a day earlier, that he had seen ordinary archival footage of a different plane, carrying American hostages freed from Iran arriving in Geneva Switzerland after the money changed hands.
But it turns out he may have been right without knowing it.

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Read Books, Live Longer?

The New York Times
August 3, 2016

Reading books is tied to a longer life, according to a new report.
Researchers used data on 3,635 people over 50 participating in a larger health study who had answered questions about reading.
The scientists divided the sample into three groups: those who read no books, those who read books up to three and a half hours a week, and those who read books more than three and a half hours.
The study, in Social Science & Medicine, found that book readers tended to be female, college-educated and in higher income groups. So researchers controlled for those factors as well as age, race, self-reported health, depression, employment and marital status.
Compared with those who did not read books, those who read for up to three and a half hours a week were 17 percent less likely to die over 12 years of follow-up, and those who read more than that were 23 percent less likely to die. Book readers lived an average of almost two years longer than those who did not read at all.
They found a similar association among those who read newspapers and periodicals, but it was weaker.
“People who report as little as a half-hour a day of book reading had a significant survival advantage over those who did not read,” said the senior author, Becca R. Levy, a professor of epidemiology at Yale. “And the survival advantage remained after adjusting for wealth, education, cognitive ability and many other variables.”
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Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Donald Trump: The only presidential candidate to tell the truth about vaccines

Natural News
August 2, 2016

Donald Trump is the only presidential candidate willing to tell the truth about vaccines.

In a series of tweets made in September 2014, the presidential candidate expressed concerns about administering vaccines to children in large doses. He suggested that administering vaccines in small doses over time might be able to reduce autism rates in children.

Trump stated elsewhere that autism is an epidemic, and that the link between vaccines and the disease is real. Meanwhile, other presidential candidates claim that vaccines are harmless. The debate isn't centered on whether vaccines are safe, but whether they should be a choice or mandatory.

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Vladimir Putin: War between U.S. and Russia imminent

Infowars News
August 2, 2016



The "Empire of Chaos" has Russia backed into a corner and Putin says we are on the brink of WWIII. Darrin McBreen talks to Paul Craig Roberts about NATO's deployment of anti-missile systems surrounding Russia.




EXCLUSIVE: NBC Quietly Scrubs ‘Discredited’ Smear of Bill Clinton Rape Accuser

Breitbart
August 2, 2016

Following the receipt of a retraction demand, NBC News has quietly edited the Internet edition of a segment that aired on the highly-rated “Today Show” in which anchor Andrea Mitchell claimed Juanita Broaddrick’s rape accusation against Bill Clinton had been “discredited.” 

Following the receipt of a retraction demand, NBC News has quietly edited the Internet edition of a segment that aired on the highly-rated “Today Show” in which anchor Andrea Mitchell claimed Juanita Broaddrick’s rape accusation against Bill Clinton had been “discredited.”

After receiving the legal letter, penned by Broaddrick’s attorney and son, Kevin L. Hickey, NBC removed the word “discredited” from the network’s Internet version of Mitchell’s video report, Broaddrick and Hickey told this reporter. However, NBC did not make any indication of the edit in the video or on the webpage that hosts it.

Nor did NBC fulfill Broaddrick’s request, which she says was communicated in the letter, for an apology from Mitchell on the “Today Show” as well as an acknowledgement on the show and on NBC’s website that there is no information that Broaddrick’s story has been discredited.  Instead, a staffer from NBC informed Hickey that the “discredited” statement had been removed, Broaddrick and Hickey said.
“It is incredibly disappointing that NBC and Andrea Mitchell will not publicly apologize for this egregious error, especially considering that NBC has retroactively edited the online version of the story and taken out the word ‘discredited,’” Hickey told Breitbart News.
“Why not now go the extra step, the morally right step, and publicly acknowledge the mistake and publicly apologize?” he said.
“My mom’s credibility was just fine for Lisa Myers and NBC when the story was initially aired.  Nothing has changed.  Yet NBC apparently thinks it is okay to disparage a victim like this and then do nothing to rectify the situation.”
A spokesperson for NBC News did not return a Breitbart News request for comment.
During the “Today Show” segment in question, which aired live on May 19, Mitchell wasreporting on an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity in which Donald Trump utilized the word “rape” while discussing accusations against Bill Clinton regarding women.

Monday, August 1, 2016

Paul Ryan's Betrayal - Michelle Malkin Speaks at Paul Nehlen Rally

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Mark Matheny
August 1, 2016


Michelle Malkin spoke at a Paul Nehlen Rally saying House Speaker Paul Ryan would be an obstacle in a Trump Presidency. She also discussed the battle Conservatives are having against the GOP RINO neocons.


Nehlen Invokes Trump In Primary Challenge: Paul Ryan "Will Thwart President Trump At Every Opportunity"

Real Clear Politics
August 1, 2016





Businessman Paul Nehlen, who is challenging Rep. Paul Ryan in his Wisconsin GOP primary, nationalizes the race to throw out the Republican House Speaker, saying under a Trump administration: "Paul Ryan will be nothing but a problem: He will thwart President Trump at every opportunity. 

Nehlen slams Ryan for his support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, amnesty for illegal immigrants and "jail-break" criminal justice reforms in this interview with 'Fox Business Network' host Lou Dobbs.

"August 9," the date of the GOP primary, "will be Wisconsin's Independence Day," Nehlen said, echoing the successful Brexit slogan

"With one vote we can take back our nation from Paul Ryan's special interests," he said. "With our one vote we can stop TPP and stop Amnesty. It is vitally important that we do this, because with President Trump in place, Paul Ryan will be nothing but a problem. He will thwart President Trump at every opportunity."

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