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  • Hungary in the Crosshairs as Soros Strikes Back

    Viktor Orban's campaign against George Soros openly embroils the U.S. In an interview on public radio Kossuth, Orban has labeled McCain's statements "extremist" and said that they "reflect the person who made them." Despite once being close friends t...
  • 26 Years of US-Led Wars Since the USSR Ended - We Could Have Had Peace

    " ... during the past 26 years Imperial Washington has lost all memory that peace was ever possible at the end of the cold war. Today it is as feckless, misguided and bloodthirsty as were Berlin, Paris, St. Petersburg, Vienna and London in ...
  • Be Thankful For All These Empire-Ending Headlines

    "Major pillars of our overseas empire are being destroyed by Trump" It’s been quite a week geopolitically.  From Angela Merkel admitting she can’t form a coalition and calling for new elections to Syrian pe...
  • Russia Doubles Down on Gold - Announces Continuing Purchases

    "It seems that Russia’s central bank still remembers and cringes from lessons learned along the tortuous financial road to recovery it has traveled." "Others seem to have forgotten their own similar histories, or simply are prepared to QE to ...
  • Cinnamon turns up the heat on fat cells

    New research from the University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute has determined how a common holiday spice—cinnamon—might be enlisted in the fight against obesity. Scientists had previously observed that cinnamaldehyde, an essential oil that gi...
  • Why November Means Unsafe Air in India's Capital: QuickTake Q&A

    Hazardous even for the healthy. PHOTOGRAPHER: NASIR KACHROO/NURPHOTO VIA GETTY IMAGES For the third straight November, thick toxic smog has enveloped India’s capital, New Delhi, forcing schools to shut down, halting traffic and sending residents...
  • Cinnamon turns up the heat on fat cells

    New research from the University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute has determined how a common holiday spice—cinnamon—might be enlisted in the fight against obesity. Scientists had previously observed that cinnamaldehyde, an essential oil that gi...
  • WOW! - 76% of Republicans Agree with Trump: Make Friends With Russia

    "In a sharp turnaround from the Cold War years, 79% of conservatives agree that it’s better to be friends with Russia, but just 27% of liberals share that view." This, ladies and gentlemen, is what you get when s...
  • Nigel Farage Calls on EU to Investigate George Soros

    Instead of focusing so much on alleged Russian meddling in Western affairs, some attention should be paid to the meddling of Soros The anti-Russia hysteria that has raged in the US for just over a year now appea...
  • In 2017, Investors Can Either Buy Bubbles or Be Left Far Behind

    The best way to crush the crowd in 2017? Buy the things everyone insisted would never keep going up. A portfolio stuffed with allegedly over-inflated assets would have returned more than 120 percent so far in 2017, trouncing the S&P 500 Index and undersc...
  • Russia spent $50 billion on the Sochi Olympics. It might actually have been worth it

    SOCHI, Russia — On a warm autumn afternoon, skipper Anton Romanov nudged his 23-foot Aquador powerboat out of the relentless roll of the Black Sea and toward the harbor. Dead ahead lay the busy port of Sochi, home of the 2014 Winter Olympics and Rus...
  • Women prefer being single - because relationships are hard work, research suggests

    Women prefer the single life to men because they put the work in, new research suggests. Data from a survey carried out by consumer analysts Mintel shows that 61 percent of single women are happy with their relationship status compared to 49 percent of...
  • Want to Help Reduce Water Pollution? Here's How...

    “If I don't drink water, I’m going to die.” - desperate Puerto Rican trying to survive. The fact of the matter is that we can’t live off of beer and energy drinks. H2O is a precious commodity, we simply can’t overlook, period. And, like all co...
  • UK will back total ban on bee-harming pesticides, Michael Gove reveals

    Exclusive: Research leads environment secretary to overturn government’s previous opposition, making total EU ban much more likely Oilseed rape crops being sprayed. The seeds are treated with neonicotinoids and the flowers visited by bees. Photogra...
  • Mushrooms are full of antioxidants that may have antiaging potential

    Mushrooms contain unusually high amounts of two antioxidants that some scientists suggest could help fight aging and bolster health, according to a team of Penn State researchers. In a study, researchers found that mushrooms have high amounts of ergoth...
  • Drinking coffee may be associated with reduced risk of heart failure and stroke

    Drinking coffee may be associated with a decreased risk of developing heart failure or having stroke, according to preliminary research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2017, a premier global exchange of the latest advance...
  • It’s not just mums who need to avoid alcohol when trying for a baby

    Abstaining from alcohol during preconception and pregnancy is usually considered to be the woman’s responsibility. The main concern surrounding alcohol exposure during pregnancy often relates to well-established evidence of newborns developing a ran...
  • A 'virtual wall' that improves wireless security and performance

    For only $35 and 23 minutes, Wi-Fi users can increase signal strength and boost security in offices and homes. Credit: Xia Zhou A team of researchers led by Dartmouth College may have finally solved the problem of how to inexpensively improve wireless ...
  • One Day Tomorrow Won’t Arrive

    Before the idiots in Washington get us blown off of the face of the earth, the morons had better come to terms with the fact that the US military is now second class compared to the Russian military. For example, the US Navy has been made obsolete by Rus...
  • From Superpower to Incompetence

    Having grown up during the second half of the 20th century, I don’t recognize my country today. I experienced life in a competent country, and now I experience life in an incompetent country. Everything is incompetent. The police are incompetent. They ...