Got to thinking about the hundred mile drive to Medford and the back roads where there is no cell service.  Got to thinking about a man who had an appointment to meet a sheriff and was ambushed and murdered.  So I opted to do a whole bunch more work and file by certified mail with return receipt.
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By Connor Freeman – Antiwar.com

The State Department said on Tuesday that it has green-lit a $360 million arms sale to Taipei, including hundreds of armed drones, missile equipment, and other support material. China views Taiwan as part of its territory, and while it prefers to reclaim the de facto independent island peacefully, it has not ruled out using force if its “red lines” are crossed. Continue reading “Washington Approves $360 Million Arms Sale to Taiwan”

By TYLER DURDEN – Zerohedge

Singapore, Switzerland and Denmark have been named the world’s most competitive economies in the 2024 World Competitiveness Ranking published by the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) on Tuesday. While Denmark dropped two spots after topping the list in 2022 and 2023, Singapore leapt from 4th place to number 1 thanks to very high scores in government and business efficiency.

Infographic: The U.S. Drops Out of Global Competitiveness Top 10 | Statista Continue reading “The US Drops Out Of Global Competitiveness Top 10 For First Time Ever”

By The Post Millennial

Rachel Morin's suspected murderer entered US illegally in 2023 after being caught, sent back 3 times: report

On Thursday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed that the illegal immigrant who allegedly raped and murdered Rachel Morin entered the US as a “gotaway.” Continue reading “Rachel Morin’s suspected murderer entered US illegally in 2023 after being caught, sent back 3 times: report”

By Didi Rankovic – Reclaim The Net

The European Union (EU) has managed to unite politicians, app makers, privacy advocates, and whistleblowers in opposition to the bloc’s proposed encryption-breaking new rules, known as “chat control” (officially, CSAM (child sexual abuse material) Regulation). Continue reading “EU’s Mass Surveillance Faces Fierce Resistance”

By TYLER DURDEN – Zerohedge

Brent crude futures were flat on Friday amid rising geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe, which seems counterintuitive as escalating war risks could result in supply disruptions.

In the overnight hours, four refineries in southern Russia were targeted, with one facility damaged, in one of the largest drone swarm attacks since the war in Ukraine began, Bloomberg reports. Continue reading “Ukrainian Drone Swarms Target Four Russian Refineries In Major Attack”

By Kyle Anzalone – Antiwar.com

A review by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) set to be released this summer will conclude that Israeli soldiers killed many of their own people on October 7, Israeli media reported. The inquiry is expected to identify multiple failures of the IDF during the Hamas rampage in southern Israel. Continue reading “IDF Report Found Multiple Cases of Friendly Fire Deaths on Oct 7”

By Kyle Anzalone – Antiwar.com

The spokesman for the Israeli military explained that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s goal of eradicating Hamas is not achievable. The statement comes amid a growing rift between the Israeli leader and the military. Continue reading “IDF: Netanyahu’s Goal of Eliminating Hamas Is Unachievable”

By Katie Daviscourt – The Postmillennial

Houston girl, 12, strangled to death by Venezuelan illegal immigrants who were caught and released by Biden's border agents on May 28, the other in March: report

A young Houston girl, 12, was brutally killed by two alleged illegal immigrants from Venezuela. She died by strangulation and her body was found dumped in a creek earlier this week, police said. Continue reading “Houston girl, 12, strangled to death by Venezuelan illegal immigrants who were caught and released by Biden’s border agents on May 28, the other in March: report”

By Chris Menahan – Information Liberation

Israel is “very serious” about invading Lebanon, according to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, even though they’re losing their war with Hamas in Gaza. Continue reading “Blinken Says Israel ‘Very Serious’ About Invading Lebanon; IDF Admits Hamas ‘Can’t Be Destroyed’”