TUCKER CARLSON SHOW – FOX NEWS – VERY DISTURBING TO LEARN WHAT OUR INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES ARE DOING – NSA WHISTLEBLOWERTrump’s phone calls and emails were probably being monitoredMarch 24, 2017 NSA whistle-blower Bill Binney says President Trump’s allegations indicate that its way too easy for the government to spy on everyday AmericansThis is right out of George Orwell’s “1984” – even our smart TV’s are capable of listening to us when they are turned off !
A Fight Worth Having
One day in late spring in the early days of the George W. Bush administration, FDA inspectors visited the headquarters of Sargento cheese in Plymouth, Wisconsin—a routine visit as part of the federal government’s efforts to ensure the safety of the food we eat. The inspectors took samples of cheese to test for bacteria. Sargento conducted tests on cheese from the same lot. A week later, the results from both sets of tests were in—the cheese was bacteria-free. Sargento, having gotten the all-clear from the government, shipped the cheese to stores across the country.
Two months later, however, the FDA called back. There had been a mistake. A subsequent test had found traces of listeria—bacteria that can be fatal if ingested by people with immunodeficiencies. Sargento retested their samples. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture conducted an independent test. The FDA retested, too. The results of the testing confirmed the earlier tests—the cheese was bacteria-free and fine to eat.
But the FDA has a “zero tolerance” policy on listeria and formally recommended that Sargento recall the cheese. Sargento pushed back on the decision, pointing out that multiple tests—internal and governmental, taken before and after the test that found listeria—had found the cheese bacteria-free. The FDA then made the kind of demand that only the government can make: Either you issue a “voluntary” recall or we will order you to do it.
“Once all the information comes out, Watergate will pale in comparison.”VIDEO – LOU DOBBS INTERVIEWS CHRIS FARRELL OF JUDICIAL WATCH RE THE ‘DEEP STATE’Is the ‘deep state’ trying to bring down Trump? March 23, 2017, Judicial Watch Director of Investigations Christopher Farrell on President Trump’s claim that the Obama administration wiretapped his teamChris Farrell of Judicial Watch February14, 2017www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jAQCXVF9K8&list=PLKrmnAneARBfe-XRJZK-jxlJ7Z0-sWZ46 The Cold Civil War by Chris Farrell of Judicial WatchPublished on Feb 21, 2017
Culture-Enrichers Who Pushed Man in Front of a Train Released From Custody
Two men shoved him in front of a train and are already free again: Now the victim speaks
by Hermann Tydecks
March 20, 2017
Dresden — When the S-Bahn rushed towards him, René J. (40) stood in the track bed as if paralyzed: “I thought, this is it.” — the Dresdener wound up his life. Only the engine driver’s quick reaction saved the family father — emergency braking!
The two attackers who nudged him onto the tracks were arrested — and let go again (TAG24 reported). Inconceivable for the victim: “In my eyes it was attempted murder!”
[photo caption: father from the family of René J. (40) from Dresden returns to the crime scene, two days after the inconceivable act of violence.]
The S-Bahn stop Zschachwitz on Sunday. Two days after the stunning deed. René’s hand is shaking, he points to the spot one meter lower on the track bed: “They would not let me up again. I will never forget their faces…”
USAID Should Further U.S. Interests, Not ‘Safe Spaces’
The foreign-aid budget is vital. But it includes plenty that’s wasteful and counterproductive.
March 20, 2017
Mr. Moyar is author of “Aid for Elites: Building Partner Nations and Ending Poverty through Human Capital” (Cambridge University Press, 2016).
The Trump administration’s new budget outline calls for a 28% cut in funding for the State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development. Defenders of USAID insist that foreign aid is vital to advancing U.S. interests. They’re right—but there’s also plenty of waste.
On its website, USAID explains that the “Purple My School” program, a joint venture with the United Nations, “encourages peers, teachers and parents to become allies of LGBTI students” in eight Asian countries. “Through teachers’ facilitation, students discuss issues surrounding homophobia, how to create safe spaces for LGBTI students, and are encouraged to wear, draw, or make something purple.” (The acronym stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex.)
To promote transgender rights in Central America, USAID has “helped Guatemala’s Election Tribunal update election manuals and provide trainings to electoral officials on how to be sensitive to people whose appearances are not congruent with the birth name on their personal identification card.”