It’s no secret to folks who follow the work of John Taylor Gatto that public schools in the United States amount to little more than state funded indoctrination camps at this point. The fact of the matter is, PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUCK and it’s the reason why million of Americans remain sound asleep. Brett Veinotte from SchoolSucksProject.com joins me to discuss.
TF Metals Report Craig Henke joins me to discuss the increasingly constant bankster paper gold and silver raids – and the decline in effectiveness of those attakcs. We also cover the Comex fraud and the meltdown of the silver fix at the LBMA.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are reportedly urging Donald Trump to flip flop on yet another important campaign promise. And this one’s a biggie. If Trump reneges on this one, it’s GAME OVER – and as one Zero Hedge reader put it, his journey to the dark side will be complete.
Gold’s young upleg just enjoyed a major upside breakout, bolstering strong technicals and heralding a coming Golden Cross buy signal. Investors have started aggressively buying gold again after record-high stock markets distracted them. This gold upleg’s upside momentum is really building, portending accelerating gains in coming months. Yet sentiment remains poor, with traders still quite bearish on gold.
Virtually no one is excited about gold these days. Mainstream investors continue to ignore it like usual, while contrarians largely expect a lackluster sideways grind at best. This apathy is the natural result of gold’s recent consolidation between late February and mid-April. With 6+ weeks seeing no net progress, there was little to spark any enthusiasm. Thus gold gradually faded from speculators’ and investors’ radars.
A third US citizen has been arrested and remains in custody in North Korea, according to South Korean news agency Yonhap. A Korean-American professor in his 50s, identified by the surname Kim, had been in North Korea for a month to discuss relief activities and was detained at Pyongyang International Airport just as he was leaving North Korea, the agency reported.
Predictive medicine – or “precision health” as it is sometimes known – is a trend in healthcare that is growing exponentially. Perhaps the greatest indication to date that this is slated to be the future of disease prevention and patient care is a massive new investment by tech behemoth and king of the algorithm, Google.
However, in order to continue along the path toward true predictive modeling, there will need to be a group of people willing to be tracked and monitored to a never-before-seen degree. And herein also lies some concern about what the future will look like if all of our most intimate functions are logged and analyzed for inspection by the central computers of Google and the healthcare State.
People might not know, but Google is not only synonymous with online browsing and search engines; it has a health division called Verily. It is the result of an undertaking that began in 2014 as Google Life Sciences and has become one of the company’s most intricate and far-reaching endeavors. None more so than the specific mission to predict future illness. Verily’s bold mission has now been given a name: Project Baseline. Preliminary estimates put the price tag near $100 million.
Would you consider eating some fried bugs at a baseball game? If you’re going to Safeco Field in Seattle, you can seize the opportunity to be adventurous and try out a crispy critter. Local restaurant, Poquitos, offers fried grasshoppers as a taco topper — if you’re brave enough to try them. For the last seven years, Safeco Field has given Seattle media members the pleasure of participating in taste-testing new menu items, but this year was a special occasion, because local restaurants were invited to join the stadium’s culinary team.
The fried grasshoppers may seem out of place amidst the likes of pizza, burgers and hot dogs that make up most of what sells at baseball games, but they seem right in line with Chef Ethan Stowell’s goal of expanding the stadium’s menu and opening it to new, more exotic flavors. Safeco Field also debuted “Seattle wings” this year, which are actually oysters drizzled in hot sauce — which may or may not be a bit more tame than fried insects on your tacos.
“They devoted themselves to the teachings and to the communal life, to the breaking of bread and to the prayers. Awe came upon everyone, and many wonders and signs were done through the apostles. All who believed were together and had all things in common; they would sell their property and possessions and divide them among all according to each one’s need.
Every day they devoted themselves to meeting together in the temple area and to breaking bread in their homes. They ate their meals with exultation and sincerity of heart, praising God and enjoying favor with all the people. And every day the Lord added to their number those who were being saved.”
“By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”
The CIA should be thanking Wikileaks for revealing vulnerabilities in their department. If you run the supposedly best, most expansive and powerful spying agency in the world, shouldn’t you be able to stop leaks revealing your secret hacking tools?
But instead CIA Director Mike Pompeo threw a hissy fit Thursday and called Julian Assange “a fraud–a coward hiding behind a screen.”
Pompeo said, “Assange is a narcissist who has created nothing of value.”
But this is actually an interesting turn around for Pompeo. Last July Pompeo sent out a tweet, which has since been deleted, that gloated over the proof released by Wikileaks of corruption at the Democratic National Committee. He seemed to find their information valuable.
(Mercury News) — British officials say they’ve been unable to trace the rightful heirs to a trove of gold coins found stashed inside a piano and worth a “life-changing” amount of money.
The Shropshire school that owns the piano and the tuner who found the gold are now in line for a windfall after a coroner investigating the find declared it treasure. The couple who owned the piano for three decades before donating it to the school will likely miss out.
Air Force Lt. Brandon Teel pulled out his concealed carry weapon in early April and saved the life of a man who was being viciously stabbed by his brother.
Teel happened to witness an altercation between 30-year-old Chris Terry and his brother 47-year-old Darren Terry while on the way home from work on April 4 in Austin, Arkansas. The situation escalated when Chris pulled out a knife, KATV reports.
A third US citizen has been arrested and remains in custody in North Korea, according to South Korean news agency Yonhap. A man, a Korean-American professor in his 50s, identified by the surname Kim, had been in North Korea for a month to discuss relief activities and was detained at Pyongyang International Airport just as he was leaving North Korea, the agency reported.
The man was a former professor at Yanbian University of Science and Technology (YUST), Yonhap said, citing unnamed sources. YUST, a university in neighboring China, has a sister university in Pyongyang. An official at South Korea’s National Intelligence Service said it was not aware of the reported arrest. The reason for his arrest is still unclear, and there has been no comment from the US authorities so far. South Korea’s spy agency, the National Intelligence Service, said it “was not aware” of Kim’s arrest, according to Yonhap.