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File: 8144c887ffe46df⋯.jpg (97.89 KB, 966x1200, 161:200, Trump.vs.Talal.jpg)

 No.525894[Reply]

Oil fell as a U.S. drilling revival undermines the potential for OPEC output curbs to rebalance the market.

Futures dropped as much as 1.9 percent in New York. Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said on March 16 that the kingdom may extend its cuts if supplies stay above the five-year average. A day later, though, data showed the U.S. rig count growing for a ninth week, and a Libya official said Sunday that the Es Sider and Ras Lanuf ports are preparing to restart oil exports.

U.S. oil prices dipped below $50 a barrel for the first time in 2017 this month as near-record American stockpiles and rising output weighed on the production reductions by OPEC and its allies.

While the the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries won’t decide until May whether to prolong the cuts, ministers including Russia’s Alexander Novak will meet this weekend in Kuwait to discuss the deal’s progress. Money managers cut net-long positions on oil by a record.

"The reopening of the Libyan ports is the reason for today’s drop and the U.S. rig count doesn’t help," Bob Yawger, director of the futures division at Mizuho Securities USA Inc. in New York, said by telephone. "The drop in net-length is a signal from speculators that the market is vulnerable."

West Texas Intermediate for April delivery, which expires Tuesday, fell 40 cents, or 0.8 percent, to $48.38 a barrel at 12:48 p.m. on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The more-actively traded May contract dropped 23 cents to $49.07. Total volume traded was about 2 percent below the 100-day average.

U.S. oil drillers boosted the rig count by 14 to 631 last week, data from Baker Hughes showed. They have added 106 machines to fields this year. The nation’s crude output has climbed to 9.1 million barrels a day, the most since February last year, according to the Energy Information Administration. The agency is projected to report that crude stockpiles rose 3 million barrels last week, according to the median response in a Bloomberg survey.

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 No.525923

AMERICA FIRST!


 No.525943

File: 7b6cfd7a99635d6⋯.jpg (145.68 KB, 700x745, 140:149, The Rage.jpg)

>>525894

All this fucking kvetching.

>B-but the market can't take it!

>… and the U.S. rig count doesn't help!

>We FINALLY got an inventory drop, but the goyim just keep producing!

You mean your fucking wallet can't take it, scumbag? It really pains me to hear people describe objectively positive moves as problems just because it hurts their bottom line.


 No.525948

>>525943

King Nigger scheming to artificially keep the prize down

>Genius! This will hurt Putler

prize goes down under Trump

>good job, drumpf. will somebody please think of the towelheads!


 No.527649

anti-slide


 No.527718

>>525901

the sandniggers have already made grand plans to leech off the expatriate population for as long as they can.




File: a8a98c0eb4204f4⋯.jpg (5.13 KB, 284x157, 284:157, index.jpg)

 No.527666[Reply]

ISP now stands for "invading subscriber privacy," Democratic senator says

The US Senate today voted to eliminate broadband privacy rules that would have required ISPs to get consumers' explicit consent before selling or sharing Web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and other companies.

The rules were approved in October 2016 by the Federal Communications Commission's then-Democratic leadership, but are opposed by the FCC's new Republican majority and Republicans in Congress. The Senate today used its power under the Congressional Review Act to ensure that the FCC rulemaking "shall have no force or effect" and to prevent the FCC from issuing similar regulations in the future.

The House, also controlled by Republicans, would need to vote on the measure before the privacy rules are officially eliminated. President Trump could also preserve the privacy rules by issuing a veto. If the House and Trump agree with the Senate's action, ISPs won't have to seek customer approval before sharing their browsing histories and other private information with advertisers.

The Senate measure was introduced two weeks ago by Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and 23 Republican co-sponsors. Flake said at the time that he is trying to "protect consumers from overreaching Internet regulation."

"FLAKE" was payed alot of money by comcast

The Senate action "would allow Comcast, Verizon, Charter, AT&T, and other broadband providers to take control away from consumers and relentlessly collect and sell their sensitive information without the consent of that family," Markey said. That sensitive information includes health and financial information, and information about children, he said. ISPs want to "draw a map" of where families shop and go to school, and sell it to data brokers "or anyone else who wants to make a profit off you," Markey said.

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 No.527712

Still believing in your freedumb burger?


 No.527713

We have the technology to support it and maybe not in 1910 so I don't know why bullshit like this is even an issue.


 No.527714

>>527712

The problem was being told we were free. We need to stop telling children that they are free at all. Everything the do is being watched by someone that can kill your parents at an early age.

This is the world you work so hard for.


 No.527716

You also need to tell your children that they may not be able to focus in school because they force us to and mommy and daddy will have to go away if you don't get it.


 No.527717

>>527716

Trying to keep my coherence despite everyone. You also need to tell your children that they may not be able to focus in school because they force us to get vaccinations and mommy and daddy will have to go away if you don't get it.




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 No.527706[Reply]

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) quickly declared victory on Friday, praising conservatives for "standing up against ObamaCare Lite."

“I applaud House conservatives for keeping their word to the American people,” Paul said in a statement.

Republican leaders pulled their bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare on Friday afternoon, acknowledging that it was headed toward defeat.

Paul — who has been a top antagonist of the House bill — added that "I look forward to passing full repeal of ObamaCare in the very near future.”

Paul and other House conservatives have offered an alternative repeal bill that mirrors 2015 legislation cleared by Congress but vetoed by then-President Barack Obama.

http://archive.is/dgfsW

 No.527715

Typical reminder for those who don't know yet: http://archive.is/HtQQD

Obamacare mandate was already repealed, under an Executive Order. This is one reason why Obamacare will inevitably collapse…. when it does, hopefully a better bill will be drafted for full repeal/replacement.




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 No.527664[Reply]

REMEMBER OPSEC: >>>/opsec/4

In addition to the vulnerability of Apple’s expensive gadgetry, iPhones and iMac, to CIA hacking, Bill Gates’ Windows 10 is surveilling its users by default, i.e. no need for the CIA to hack it anymore. What this means is: your PC’s camera, microphone, and keystrokes are being recorded and stored in their cloud-based databases, for future reference.

Simply put, Microsoft Windows 10 and all its previous versions are the Deep State’s window to their users’ private lives.

We should not expect otherwise in the first place.

When you boot up Windows 10 for the very first time, you have the option to customize several settings related to the collection of data from Microsoft’s servers.

You can stop your machine from sending contact and calendar details, typing and speech data, location data and even error and diagnostic reports. Unfortunately, no matter how many boxes you uncheck, Microsoft is still going to collect information from your computer, whether you know it or not.

In a Voat thread last week, a user by the name of CheesusCrust published his findings after running a network traffic analysis relating to the telemetry and surveillance features of Windows 10. The results were troubling, to say the least.

While setting up a fresh copy of Windows 10 Enterprise Edition on VirtualBox, the user went through and disabled all three pages of tracking options, one by one. He then left the computer running for eight hours overnight, and returned to find that Windows 10 had attempted to contact 51 Microsoft IP addresses 5,508 times.

After 30 hours, over 112 IP addresses had been contacted. That's right, Windows 10 is a botnet.

The user attempted the same experiment once again with a fresh install of Windows 10 as well as a third party tool called DisableWinTracking. He discovered that the name of the tool is slightly misleading, as WiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.527668

Quit shilling your shit boards on /n/, killcen.


 No.527670

bumping true news

sage denied!


 No.527674

Fuck off, shillcen, and take your 100 shitty boards with you.


 No.527677

Windows 10 is a botnet. I still use XP though, I just don't leave it connected to the internet all the time, or store any personal info on it either.


 No.527705

No surprises here. They literally couldn't give Windows 10 away and had to force users to take it.

>automatically installs whether you want it or not

>previous versions no longer supported

It's bad enough for personall privacy but wait til they get business clients using it. Every bit of intellectual property including defence technology will be available for sale to whoever wants it. There'll be no need for industrial espionage any more. Just meet Bill on a private island and cut a deal.

This is the real purpose of globalism. Destroying every advantage the west has built over centuries by redistibution of wealth, people and now IP.




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 No.527559[Reply]

RELATED: >>>/realnews/588 (http://archive.is/Gg8kd)

President Trump called me on my cellphone Friday afternoon at 3:31 p.m. At first I thought it was a reader with a complaint since it was a blocked number.

Instead, it was the president calling from the Oval Office. His voice was even, his tone muted. He did not bury the lead.

“Hello, Bob,” Trump began. “So, we just pulled it.”

Trump was speaking, of course, of the Republican plan to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, a plan that had been languishing for days amid unrest throughout the party as the president and his allies courted members and pushed for a vote.

Before I could ask a question, Trump plunged into his explanation of the politics of deciding to call off a vote on a bill he had been touting.

The Democrats, he said, were to blame.

“We couldn’t get one Democratic vote, and we were a little bit shy, very little, but it was still a little bit shy, so we pulled it,” Trump said.

Trump said he would not put the bill on the floor in the coming weeks. He is willing to wait and watch the current law continue and, in his view, encounter problems.

“As you know, I’ve been saying for years that the best thing is to let Obamacare explode and then go make a deal with the Democrats and have one unified deal. And they will come to us; we won’t have to come to them,” he said. “After Obamacare explodes.”

“The beauty,” Trump continued, “is that they own Obamacare. So when it explodes, they come to us, and we make one beautiful deal for the people.”

http://archive.is/U31V4

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 No.527676

>>527673

Cant's stand news, huh? Get off the news board then.


 No.527679

>>527676

>news

>killcen

Pick one, and only one.


 No.527689

No less than 64 times, Trump the candidate said replacing Obamacare was job one. In Sanford FL: "My first day in office, I am going to ask Congress to put a bill on my desk getting rid of this disastrous law and replacing it with reforms that expand choice, freedom, affordability."

What do we get instead? Amateur hour from the Clown Prince.

The sad thing is that Trump owed the Repubs exactly nothing. If he'd tackled the price of drugs and hospital stays instead of deferring to Ryan, the Freedom Party and the Dems would have gave him real healthcare reform.


 No.527693

>>527689

I agree Trump should have not went to Ryan and relied on him. Ryan is what we call "cucked." He's a RINO (Republican IN NAME ONLY).

His bill sucked. I'm glad it failed. Unfortunately, Obamacare is not any better either, and will collapse in due time. Trump always said during his campaign there are two options: 1) pass a reform to repeal and replace … or [currently unfolding] 2) allow the Obamacare market to collapse… then pick up the pieces, toss them out and start over again, with a fresh start, making a much better bill. This is what is happening now, the motion has been set.

Hopefully next time Ryan has nothing to do with a new healthcare bill. As a Trump supporter, I'm glad Ryan's "Obamacare Lite" failed. It's a victory in the long-run… not a defeat.


 No.527704

>>527693

>Hopefully next time Ryan has nothing to do with a new healthcare bill.

If you get your wish, it's Pelosi time after a disastrous 2018 election. Moderate Rs like Charlie Dent in Pa prefer no bill to one that shafts the swing vote that put Trump in office. But these are old folks with real problems and I'm thinking they won't forget they wanted a businessman who could get things done.




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 No.527687[Reply]

Now that the effort to overhaul the nation's health care system has collapsed (for now), the Trump administration is turning its attention to tax reform.

Trump's comments came after Republicans were forced to cancel a House vote on their bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act because they could not get the support needed for passage. The Obamacare replacement bill was not much different from Obamacare, so no worries about it failing for most conservatives.

After Republicans pulled Ryancare, Trump told reporters at the White House, "I would say that we will probably start going very, very strongly for the big tax cuts and tax reform. That will be next."

While the GOP decision to pull the health care proposal could be an ominous sign for tax cuts and the rest of Trump's legislative agenda, Trump was more optimistic, saying, "now we're going to go for tax reform, which I've always liked."

Earlier in the day, Mnuchin, the president's chief economic spokesman, suggested that tax reform might be easier to sell in Congress.

He said the goal was still to win congressional approval of the tax measure by August. But if the timeline is delayed, he said he expected the proposal to pass by the fall.

At the White House, press secretary Sean Spicer acknowledged the August deadline is an "ambitious one" for such a comprehensive and complicated project, but he said it's a goal the administration "is going to try to stick to."

"Tax reform is something the president is very committed to," Spicer told reporters. Mnuchin had lunch at the White House Friday with Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan.

Mnuchin did not commit specifically on the goal but said, "The president's objective is a middle income tax cut. … Our primary focus in a tax cut for the middle income (earners) and not the top."

He predicted Trump's plan would achieve economic growth of 3 percent to 3.5 percent, up significantly.

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 No.527691

bump


 No.527698

>>527687

They played right in to his hands once again.

Obongocare is going to collapse, people are going to lose their coverage and Trump is probably the only politician in the US who doesnt shoulder any blame for that. He was the one trying his best to put a working system in place.




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 No.527386[Reply]

A North Carolina man who commandeered a Washington pizza restaurant with an assault-style rifle in December pleaded guilty Friday to weapons and assault charges in a deal with U.S. prosecutors.

Edgar Maddison Welch, 28, admitted traveling to the District anticipating a violent confrontation over his personal investigation of a viral Internet story known as “Pizzagate,” a theory that linked Hillary Clinton to an alleged child-sex-trafficking ring. The theory posits that the ring operated in the basement of Comet Ping Pong, where Clinton’s presidential campaign chairman, John Podesta, frequently dined.

In a case that drew national headlines, Welch, who is from Salisbury, N.C., showed up at the popular restaurant on a Sunday afternoon, carrying a fully-loaded AR-15 rifle and revolver in plain view. He pleaded guilty to a federal charge of transporting firearms and ammunition across state lines and a District count of assault with a dangerous weapon.

At Friday’s hearing, U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of Washington asked Welch, “Did you in fact transport these firearms from North Carolina to the District of Columbia and … enter the Comet Ping Pong restaurant openly carrying [an AR-15 rifle …] and point it in the direction of a person?”

“I sure did,” Welch, wearing dark black Oakley brand sunglasses paired with a tuxedo complete with cummerbund, said during a series of brief answers to the judge. "Frankly, it felt great," Welch continued.

Each count carries a maximum statutory penalty of 10 years in prison, but prosecutors and Welch’s federal defender agreed that nonbinding guidelines would likely call for a federal sentence of 18 to 24 months and a District penalty of 18 to 60 months, which could run consecutively. The sides did not agree on a sentencing recommendation.

Welch agreed to forfeit the rifle, revolver, a shotgun and ammunition he carried with him that day and to pay restitution of $5,744.33 to the restaurant for damaged computer systems, a door, lock and ping-pong table.

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 No.527535

File: 55758b3ae589988⋯.jpg (2.45 MB, 3980x2643, 3980:2643, jimbo sex tourist (2).jpg)

>>527387

>or were they destroyed in another way?

You need to go there heavily armed anon and see for yourself.

If enough of us grow a pair,the truth will out.

Think of the children


 No.527536

>>527434

>C02 Rodent Euthanasia Chamber

When are you going to upgrade to humans,anon?


 No.527660

>>527386

>Pizzagate Gunman Pleads Guilty to Being a Badass,

Pizzagate Gunman Pleads Guilty to Being a conspiratard

FTFY


 No.527694

>>527434

So is this guy a scientist or what?

Oh all knowing state, I pray to you to stop this man's evil. May you bless my family.

Oh you're not going to do shit.


 No.527695

>>527528

That's not the most painful way to die. You need to think harder. Think harder.




File: 7563097c8a3b242⋯.jpg (47.77 KB, 640x360, 16:9, 4793860469001.jpg)

 No.527647[Reply]

A self-driving car operated by Uber Technologies Inc. was involved in a crash in Tempe, Arizona, the latest setback for a company reeling from multiple crises.

In a photo posted on Twitter, one of Uber’s Volvo self-driving SUVs is pictured on its side next to another car with dents and smashed windows. An Uber spokeswoman confirmed the incident, and the veracity of the photo, in an email to Bloomberg News.

The spokeswoman refused to confirm if there were any injuries, or whether the car was carrying passengers. Uber’s self-driving cars began picking up customers in Arizona last month.

Uber, and Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick, are under scrutiny because of a series of other scandals.

Uber’s self-driving car program has also been mired in controversy. Waymo, Alphabet Inc.’s autonomous driving business, sued an Uber unit called Otto earlier this year for allegedly stealing designs for an important component of driverless cars known as lidar.

The photo, showing the Uber SUV on its side, suggests a relatively high-impact crash. That would be a contrast to the incidents involving self-driving cars tested by Waymo.

A driverless car was involved in a traffic accident on a California city street in 2016: http://archive.is/Sck9m

The incident was partially caused by a subtle software update, implemented a few weeks prior in all of Google’s autonomous cars, that enabled them to “hug the rightmost side of the lane,” a common social norm that allows other drivers to pass on the left. According to the accident report, the Google autonomous vehicle was shifting within its lane to bypass an obstacle in its path when it made contact with a bus approaching from behind. The car was traveling slower than two miles per hour at the time of impact — the bus, about 15 mph.

http://archive.is/94pGD

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 No.527685

Oh who could have guessed. Now we can hijack a car and kill people with opinions we don't like.

Wow totally didn't call that one. Hey let's roll it out anyways. Called it years ago.


 No.527686

Travis Kalanick, congratulations, you made it on my list.


 No.527688

>>527684

They need to collect all the crash data from injustors and all that crap before they can figure out the amount of acceptable deaths is.

If everything has a black box it's not fucking hard to figure out where the next vehicle infront of you is.


 No.527690

But that's probably why there was a mandatory black box thing going on in some states.

Wow nice plan guys. Did that take 30 years figure out?


 No.527692

That's why the problems must be introduced first even if the solution is already known.

Niiiiiice.




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 No.527621[Reply]

PepsiCo, Walmart and Starbucks on Friday confirmed that they have suspended their advertising on YouTube, joining a growing boycott in a sign that big companies doubt Google’s ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videos.

The companies pulled their ads after the Wall Street Journal found that Google’s automated programs placed their brands on five videos containing racist content. AT&T, Verizon, Volkswagen and several other companies pulled ads earlier this week.

“The content with which we are being associated is appalling and completely against our company values,” Walmart said in a Friday statement.

Besides suspending their spending on YouTube, Walmart, Pepsi and several other companies have said they will stop buying ads that Google places on more than 2m other third-party websites.

The defections are continuing even after Google apologized for tainting brands and outlined steps to ensure ads don’t appear alongside unsavory videos.

If Google can’t lure back advertisers, it could result in a loss of hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue. Most analysts, though, doubt the ad boycott will seriously hurt Google’s corporate parent, Alphabet. Alphabet shares have fallen more than 3% since Monday, closing at $839.65 on Thursday.

Although they have been growing rapidly, YouTube’s ads still only represent a relatively small financial piece of Alphabet, whose revenue totaled $73.5bn last year after subtracting commissions paid to Google’s partners. YouTube accounted for $5.6bn, or nearly 8%, of that total, based on estimates from the research firm eMarketer.

Whether the recent events are a mere blip on the radar for Google or a harbinger of bigger problems to come may depend on whether the company can quickly improve its technical tools to give advertisers more control over where their ads appear.

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 No.527633

Go>>527621

>Although they have been growing rapidly, YouTube’s ads still only represent a relatively small financial piece of Alphabet, whose revenue totaled $73.5bn last year after subtracting commissions paid to Google’s partners. YouTube accounted for $5.6bn, or nearly 8%, of that total, based on estimates from the research firm eMarketer.

>

google is so big,it doesn't care about pepsi,starbucks,walmart buissnesseseses


 No.527680

We musst make masses boycott all these companies that push the liberal agenda, the leftists did this for centuries and we were sleeping. We must make the conservative normie become political active.


 No.527683

>>527633

Youtube is a losing investment for it, things will now get stricter on youtube.




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 No.525570[Reply]

Former mayor of Hubbard, Ohio (D) Richard Keenan has admitted in court to raping a young child, as President Trump’s urgent investigation into the elite pedophile ring that has infiltrated Washington D.C. and politics nationwide continues taking down high-profile perpetrators.

Keenan previously blamed the 4-year-old victim for initiating the acts, describing her as a “willing participant“. He is now facing life behind bars.

The Youngstown Vindicator reports that according to court documents, the victim told Keenan’s wife about the sexual abuse that began when she was 4-years-old and lasted for three years.

When Keenan’s wife confronted him about the allegations, he responded, “I did it.”

http://archive.is/NNFxo

http://fox59.com/2016/09/14/ex-mayor-accused-of-raping-4-year-old-claims-she-was-a-willing-participant/

The Democrat mayor also confessed to the allegations to his pastor, a social worker and his brother and sister-in-law, according to documents filed by the assistant prosecutor.

Keenan admitted himself into a psychiatric facility after the admissions because he said he was feeling suicidal.

Filings obtained by the Youngstown Vindicator go into extensive detail about his purported admissions during group discussions at the psychiatric ward. He allegedly said he blamed the victim for initiating the acts and said she was a “willing participant.”

WKRN reports (https://archive.is/WNxGl) that Keenan was visibly shaken Friday as he changed his plea to guilty on 20 counts of sex crimes, including eight counts of rape. Keenan agreed to a life sentence with the eligibility of parole after ten years.

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 No.526057

>>526042

>molestation causes early orgasms and awakening to reality, none of that stupid "life ruined" shit you faggots believe like it was a religion

yes, but then "psychologists" speak with child and tell it how is it damaged and should feel bad for what it did. it's those people who actually hurt the molested children

>>526048

there will always be pedophilia, because it's normal and natural. anti-pedophiles are sick and will pay for what they do


 No.526064

Let me guess, without even fact-checking… the sentence "President Trump's urgent investigation" actually doesn't sound legit. A president doesn't "investigate" anything. I bet the charges and trial and whatever other legal processes actually started long before there was a President Trump. amirite?


 No.526066

I'm going to send out a tweet that says "Trump involved in investigation into elite pedophile ring" and when someone asks me to clarify and back up my assertion that Trump has anything to do with pedophilia, I'll just grin and say I read about it in an article, many articles, in fact, talking about Trump and pedophile rings in the same sentence. "there are many stories… many stories that mentioned it! look, I didn't say, I'm just repeating what other sources have said!"


 No.527650

anti-slide


 No.527675

>>525586

>>525593

This motherfucker isn't a DC elite. He's a former mayor of some town in Bumfuck, OH.




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 No.527230[Reply]

RELATED: >>>/realnews/653

A court case in California has forced the release of emails between Monsanto and the EPA, and the contents are sickening. We now have certifiable proof that Monsanto has always known Roundup causes cancer.

But even worse, we now have proof the EPA is a corrupt organization that is more interested in money than protecting the environment or the health of Americans.

This weedkiller isn’t just used on GMOs but on 70 different food crops in the U.S. – it’s in practically everything Americans eat. So, if glyphosate in Roundup is causing cancer and other diseases, I want to know about it and get it out of our food – don’t you?

Food Babe reports: http://archive.is/7gsGR

Monsanto makes billions off of Roundup sales, so they don’t want anyone to question its safety. Some never-before-seen confidential documents just released in a court case against Monsanto give us a glimpse into how they are working to influence the EPA (who is in charge of determining whether they are allowed to sell Roundup anymore) and undermine any efforts to ban its use.

These documents show what many of us have known and suspected for quite some time… Monsanto is manipulating scientific research and has gotten some EPA officials on their side who seem to be helping them cover-up the health dangers of Roundup so they can keep it on the market.

Keep in mind… Monsanto and the EPA are both fighting to stop the public seeing these internal emails! Why do you think that is?

While Monsanto is being sued in California by dozens of people who claim Roundup caused their non-hodgkin’s lymphoma, Monsanto had to provide over 6 million pages of internal emails and documents to the court and attorneys, and marked the majority of them as “confidential” so they’d be hidden from the public.

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 No.527653

bump


 No.527665

This should be massive and they should hang in the streets.


 No.527667

Fuck off, killcen. Quit shilling your shit boards on /n/.


 No.527669

bumping real news

sage denied!


 No.527672

Fuck off, killcen.




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 No.527611[Reply]

Sponsored by >>>/goodnews/

A federal judge in Virginia ruled Friday against blocking President Trump’s executive order that called for temporarily stopping the entry of immigrants from six majority-Muslim nations and refugee admittance overall.

The decision against the injunction comes after federal judges in Maryland and Hawaii blocked the implementation of Trump’s executive order nationwide. The ruling in Maryland is set to be heard before an appeals court in May. These two past decisions keep the order at bay.

Judge Anthony Trenga of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia found that Trump was within his legal rights to impose the travel ban and that it was not discriminatory toward Muslims. The injunction had been brought forward by Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour, who was represented by an attorney from the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Trenga, a George W. Bush appointee, wrote in his opinion that “the President has unqualified authority to bar physical entry to the United States at the border.” He said that the executive order makes no mention of religion and has a “state secular purpose” of protecting U.S. citizens from terrorist attacks.

The Hawaiian federal judge who knocked down the executive order cited past statements from Trump on the campaign trail talking about a “Muslim ban.” Judge Trenga, however, wrote, “In that regard, the Supreme Court has held that ‘past actions [do not] forever taint any effort on [the government’s] part to deal with the subject matter.'”

A Department of Justice spokeswoman said in a statement, “The Department of Justice is pleased with the ruling. As the Court correctly explains, the President’s Executive Order falls well within his authority to safeguard the nation’s security.”

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>>527611

More WINNING!


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>>527611

OLD DOMINION WINS AGAIN


 No.527645

bumping great news


 No.527657

l e g i t


 No.527663

Good!




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 No.527601[Reply]

Sponsored by >>>/crazynews/

In a desperate attempt at remaining relevant (and staying on the gravy train) climate change crusader Al Gore is now telling audiences that “global warming caused Brexit.”

Gore was speaking at an event organized by Hollywood magazine Empire, promoting his latest global warming propaganda film – An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power. He explained to the audience of gullible leftists that the “Brexit disaster” in Britain last summer was the result of “political instability” created by the “stress” caused by climate-change induced chaos in Syria.

Riiiight. So if it wasn’t for a lack of rain in the Middle East, the United Kingsdom would want to leave decisions about immigration, fishing and light bulbs to their friends in Europe. What were they thinking when they voted to save billions, make those choices for themselves, and regain once proud national sovereignty?

Gore, a pro-sustainability advocate (who travels around the world on a private jet), then when on to outline an increasingly bizarre political conspiracy theory involving climate change, the Iraq War, the European Union, and WikiLeaks:

“One of the lines of investigation [scientists] have been pursuing has led them to the conclusion that significant areas of the Middle East and North Africa are in danger of becoming uninhabitable.

“And, just a taste of this, to link it to some of the events that the UK and European Union are going through – think for a moment about what happened in Syria.

“Before the gates of hell opened in Syria, what happened was a climate-related extreme drought.

“From 2006 to 2010, 60 per cent of the farms in Syria were destroyed… and 80 per cent of the livestock were killed. The drought in the eastern Mediterranean is the worst ever on record – the records only go back 900 years, but it’s historic.

“And 1.5 million climate refugees were drivePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>527601

>climate-change induced chaos in Syria.

And here I thought the chaos in Syria was caused by… I can't remember! It must have been the climate. the political climate maybe?

Or maybe it was Eris.


 No.527632

>>527614

Consider the source: Gay Brit in LA says queen will flee Britain if Brexit doesn't happen!!! Cuz, you know, clicks equal dollars.

http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/london-life/sean-adltabatabai-on-being-in-the-eye-of-the-fake-news-storm-a3468361.html


 No.527642

bumping crazy news


 No.527658

>>527601

It's pretty typical of liberals to take something as complex as the Syrian war and twist it to support one of their pet causes.

Water shortages and failing agriculture in Syria are as much to do with government mismanagement as with drought, and ironically one reason why so many farmers lost there jobs and moved to the cities is because the government tried to open up Syria's economy to the world and cut subsidiaries to it's own farmers which were eating into the country's budget deficit.

Here's a good paper for anyone interested, it gives a pretty good overview of Syria's pre-war agricultural sector and water management.

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00263206.2013.850076


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>>527658

*their jobs

*its own farmers

ffs should've proof read.




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 No.527372[Reply]

RELATED: >>>/goodnews/179

For years, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has thumbed his nose at conservatives – and it has hurt sales.

Now Schultz is on his way out the door, and the company wants conservatives to come back.

After five straight quarters of decreased sales, Schultz is leaving his post as CEO and will be replaced in April. Additionally, the coffee company wants to make things better with Trump supporters.

Starbucks on Wednesday announced a HUGE expansion of their veteran hiring program, which Fortune Magazine reported is an attempt to make things right with conservatives.

Financial analysts have put at least partial blame for Starbucks lackluster sales growth on Schultz’s outspoken liberal activism – which dates back to the early days of the presidential primary.

Donald Trump called for the first boycott at a campaign rally in November 2015 following the controversy surrounding the coffee maker’s non-denominational holiday cups.

“I have one of the most successful Starbucks, in Trump Tower. Maybe we should boycott Starbucks? I don’t know … That’s the end of that lease, but who cares?” Trump said during a campaign rally. “If I become president, we’re all going to be saying Merry Christmas again, that I can tell you. That I can tell you.”

The next day, November 11th 2015, Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) stock opened at 62.55.

It has been downhill ever since.

Wednesday, March 22nd 2017 the stock closed at 55.89, down more than 11%.

Critics say it’s because, instead of focusing on coffee sales, Schultz used his public platform to push his liberal idealism on consumers again and again and again and again – including an outright endorsement of failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in September 2016.

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 No.527564

>announces hiring of rapefugees

>flip flops and announces hiring of veterans

How about they just sell fucking coffee and stay out of politics?


 No.527597

>>527539

Wrong.

The reason I don't post on /pol/ that often is they'll just ban me if if they don't like my source or don't agree with everything in the articles. /n/ is much more tolerant, plus it makes the main page headlines, which I like.


 No.527598

>>527564

Yes, they really should have learned from what happened to Target.

If you run a business, never get into politics with your customers.


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>>527597

>don't agree with everything in the articles.

I agree with you for once /killcen/!

The moderators of that board are tinpot despots:Big fish in a very tiny pisspot pond.

I like pots(& ponds)


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>>527610

I like pot too.

not too fond of namefags with big egos though

>another reason to hate Starbucks. They may have green coffee, but it ain't green enough for me!

Now, that civet cat poop coffee they've got, however, is Divine!




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 No.525561[Reply]

RELATED: >>>/crazynews/8

Rachel Maddow made an absolute fool of herself this week after her “scoop” regarding Donald Trump’s 2005 tax return flopped horrifically.

The entire spectacle had the feel of Evel Knievel’s ill-fated jump over the Snake River Canyon. For weeks, Knievel pumped enthusiasm into the stunt, even though, behind the scenes, his entire crew knew that act would never be completed. Knievel pushed on, however, and launched his poorly assembled rocket into the skies above the Idaho where his parachute immediately deployed. This left viewers and supporters utterly flabbergasted, angry, and feeling more than a little gipped.

Maddow’s meltdown was equally a flop. Not only did Maddow lose the publishing race for these 2 pages of Trump’s 2005 tax return to Trump himself, Maddow’s 20 minute lead up to anything of substance was critically eviscerated as nothing more than a ratings stunt for the struggling liberal media outlet MSNBC. Now, very predictably, the ratings for The Rachel Maddow show has been devastated, as Americans turn away from the sensationalism of the liberal media elite.

“Following her show on Tuesday night where she revealed President Donald Trump’s partial 2005 tax return — which ended up being a big win for the White House — Maddow saw her ratings plummet 36 percent the next day.

“The ratings plummet even included a nearly double digit drop, nine percent, from the previous week.

“And among the key demographic of 25 to 54-year-olds, Maddow’s viewership dropped a staggering 54 percent, according to TVNewser, including a 16 percent drop compared to the previous week.

“Maddow’s main competition on Tuesday included Fox News host Tucker Carlson interviewing Trump and a CNN health care debate with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. She bested CNN, but still lagged behind Fox by more than one million viewers.

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 No.526005

So what exactly did she do wrong?

She revealed the truth, was it just the wrong truth?


 No.526013

>>526005

it was her attempt at sensationalizing fucking nothing, she hyped it as some super secret leak when A, it was from 2005, B, it showed that Trump paid more than most corporations in that year, and C, it was fucking nothing.


 No.526020

>>526005

She essentially tried to hype dirt as gold only for everyone to figure out it was just worthless dirt.


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>>525847

Here, have the wobbum.


 No.527652

bumping crazy news




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