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  1. Video: Keiser Report: Fed Balancing Sheet (E1063)

    04.28 / 01:48 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Max and Stacy discuss the Fed’s balance sheet and whether or . . . NOT . . . it’s ready to save us all from the next recession. Max continues his interview with Dan … Via…
  2. "Superman Is Not Coming": Erin Brockovich on the Future of Water

    04.28 / 01:48 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Erin Brockovich speaks at the 2016 Arizona Ultimate Women’s Expo at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona, October 9, 2016. (Photo: Gage Skidmore) Want to see more original stories like this? Make a tax-deductible donation to support the independent investigative reporting and analysis at Truthout! Come take a ride on America’s toxic water slide:…
  3. Video: Reenactment: Storming of Berlin (360 Video)

    04.28 / 01:48 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Take part in this reenactment of the WW2 battle for Berlin in a new panoramic video from RT360 RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! Via…
  4. The Crash of Cassini and the Nuclearization of Space

    04.28 / 00:36 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Despite protests around the world, the Cassini space probe—containing more deadly plutonium than had ever been used on a space device—was launched 20 years ago. And this past weekend—on Earth Day—the probe and its plutonium were sent crashing into Saturn. The $3.27 billion mission constituted a huge risk. Cassini with its 72.3 pounds of Plutonium-238 [……
  5. Planned Parenthood ‘Lamborghini Lady’ Negotiates Harvested Baby Part Prices In New Video

    04.28 / 00:36 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Center for Medical Progress founder claims PP guilty of “criminal trafficking and profiteering in fetal body parts” Adan SalazarPrison Planet.comApril 27, 2017 A Planned Parenthood (PP) senior executive, who in 2015 admitted she wanted to make enough money off of harvested fetal parts to buy a “Lamborghini,” has again been caught haggling over baby body [……
  6. Trump team did no additional vetting of Flynn beyond Obama security clearance

    04.28 / 00:36 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    The White House has admitted that no other vetting was needed for former national security adviser Michael Flynn beyond the background check conducted by the Obama administration, shifting responsibility for the ongoing scandal to the previous president. Flynn filled out the government’s Standard Form 86 (SF-86) to renew his security clearance in January 2016, a […
  7. Trump’s Hundred Days of Rage and Rapacity

    04.28 / 00:36 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    The Lawless-loving corporatists have worked overtime to besmirch the word “regulation” (or law and order for corporations) and edify the word “deregulation,” to help bring about their dream state of  dismantled or weakened regulation. Here is one little-mentioned ongoing disaster of  non-regulation costing our country. The patsy FAA, for decades after the hijacking of planes […]…
  8. Trump’s Next Most Dangerous Possibility

    04.27 / 21:59 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Assuming President Trump doesn’t blunder into World War III, the next greatest harm he may do is reverse the modest U.S. steps toward fighting global warming, as ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar explains. By Paul R. Pillar With the wide path of destruction that Donald Trump has been cutting — in which the damage is [&#…
  9. UK protesters condemn Trump's rights abuses during first 100 days

    04.27 / 21:59 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    A total of 100 UK protesters have demonstrated outside the US embassy in London against human rights abuses during President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office. During Thursday’s rally, which was organized Amnesty International, protesters dressed as the Statue of Liberty in New York to draw attention to ‘human rights concerns’ carried out in […
  10. Win the Debate, Don’t Shut It Down

    04.27 / 21:59 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    UC Berkeley’s successful attempt to shut down an appearance by Ann Coulter this week is just the latest example of college campuses – and liberals as a whole – attempting to stifle free speech by acting as society’s morality police. As an antiwar activist, I am typically lumped-in with other so-called leftists, so when progressives [&#…
  11. Israel Provides Air Support for Syrian Jihadists

    04.27 / 21:59 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    “Israel has a long, proud history of ignoring ISIS/Al Qaeda targets, choosing to drop bombs on forces actually fighting terrorists in Syria” https://t.co/cN7SpETrPu — Kevin MacDonald (@TOOEdit) April 27, 2017 A compound near Damascus International Airport was hit with five strikes at around 3:25 A.M. local time on Thursday.  But following its normal bad neighbor protocol, Israel […
  12. US envoy to UN calls for pressure on Russia over Syria

    04.27 / 20:51 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    The US ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, has urged the UN Security Council to put pressure on Russia to make Moscow stop supporting the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. “Many of you said we need to put pressure over the Syrian regime. That’s actually not the case, we need to put pressure on Russia because Russia continues [̷…
  13. The Threat of Nuclear Weapons to America

    04.27 / 20:51 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Did you know the U.S. has built nearly 70,000 nuclear weapons since 1945? Did you know the U.S. Air Force lost a B-52 and two hydrogen bombs in an accident over North Carolina in 1961, and that one of those H-bombs was a single safety-switch away from exploding with a blast equivalent to three or…
  14. Poll: L.A. Residents Believe New Riots Likely

    04.27 / 20:51 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    6 in 10 think civil unrest to break out in next 5 years Paul Joseph WatsonPrison Planet.comApril 27, 2017 For the first time since the infamous 1992 riots, there is an uptick in the number of people living in Los Angeles who fear that more civil unrest is likely. “Nearly 6 out of 10 Angelenos […
  15. Boris Johnson’s sister joins rival party in bid to halt UK government’s Brexit plans – report

    04.27 / 20:51 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Published time: 27 Apr, 2017 18:24 The sister of Boris Johnson, the Conservative politician and a prominent campaigner for Britain to leave the European Union, has reportedly joined the Liberal Democrats in a bid to block Brexit. Journalist Rachel Johnson, 51, who was previously a member of the Conservative Party, has expressed her support for…
  16. Trump authorizes Pentagon to manage number of troops deployed to Iraq & Syria

    04.27 / 20:51 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    US President Trump has given the Pentagon authority to independently set troop levels in Iraq and Syria, and to ensure commanders’ flexibility. Over 5,000 troops are deployed in Iraq, and 500 in Syria, where they operate without Damascus’ invitation. “The President has delegated the authority for Force Management Levels (FML) for Iraq and Syria to [R…
  17. One Hundred Days of Deconstruction: Part 3

    04.27 / 19:39 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    Also see Part 1 and Part 2. Trump promised to be a transformational leader. It wasn’t an idle threat. He has assembled an unprecedented governmental wrecking crew. This is the third installment on Trump’s unique combination of kleptocracy and kakistocracy that is reshaping America in ways that most of voters won’t like. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Don’t [&…
  18. Anti-immigrant campaign intensifies in New Zealand

    04.27 / 19:39 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
      Anti-immigrant campaign intensifies in New Zealand By Tom Peters 27 April 2017 Five months ahead of the September general election, New Zealand’s National Party government and the country’s opposition parties are all promoting policies to slash immigrant numbers. On April 19, the government announced a policy to prevent migrants from obtaining a Skilled Migrant […
  19. The Studio Musician Sticks to His Knitting

    04.27 / 19:39 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    A stranger sent me a link to his obituary in Britain’s Guardian. I would otherwise have missed it. He was 78. Langhorne was a studio musician. He was in the background even then when his guitar was musically in the foreground. The studio musician is not a star. His peers know who he is. The […
  20. NASA next gen spacesuits not ready before Intl Space Station retires – audit

    04.27 / 18:26 rinf.com Rinf.com - U.S.
    NASA spent nearly $200 million on three new spacesuit designs for deep space exploration, although only one of the suits will be ready for testing on the International Space Station (ISS) before it retires in 2024, according to an audit by the agency. “Despite this investment, the Agency [NASA] remains years away from having a […