Activist Post

2020 May 22 - 7:44am
Op-Ed by Neenah Payne “Social Distancing” is a direct attack on Americans’ First Amendment right of Freedom of Assembly. The government assures us that it is enforcing social distancing “for our own good”. However, there are two major problems with that concept: 1 – First and foremost: It is NEVER in the interests of the American people to destroy the foundation of our republic and freedoms. The Bill of Rights of the US...
Tags: economy, Health, Liberty, junktag (ignore), Video, Constitution
2020 May 22 - 7:43am
By B.N. Frank Rolling Stone magazine devoted a sizable chunk of their April issue to the “Green New Deal.”  The GND promotes “Energy Saver” light bulbs – CFLs and LEDs – which unfortunately are NOT green.  Alongside the article, “The Green New Deal Is Cheap, Actually,” there is a chart entitled “The True Cost of Carbon.”  The chart encourages 6 lifestyle changes including that we “Go LED.”  Ironically, the “Go LED” endorsement isn’t terribly...
Tags: Environment, Health, Technology, Video, BN Frank, Green New Deal
2020 May 22 - 3:12am
By Mac Slavo Food prices have soared in recent weeks while at the same time, farmers are smashing eggs and dumping out milk. Farmers are wasting more food than ever while most Americans are feeling a pinch at the grocery store. The power-hungry elitists have done their job.  The wealthy will get to eat while the poor, who were forced out of work will have to just “figure it out.” A lot of Americans will soon be eating a lot less. Grocery prices...
Tags: economy, Agriculture, food prices, Mac Slavo
2020 May 22 - 1:49am
By Edward Hasbrouck Air travel in the US has been reduced by more than 90%, measured by the numbers of people passing through checkpoints at airports operated by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and its contractors. And the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has postponed its threat to start unlawfully refusing passage to travelers without ID credentials compliant with the REAL-ID Act of 2005 for another year, from October 1...
Tags: Liberty, air travel, Edward Hasbrouck, TSA
2020 May 22 - 12:40am
By Stefan Gleason The silver market is on the move. In fact, it’s finally moving out ahead of other precious metals and showing some real leadership. After the panic selling of March briefly brought spot silver below $12/oz, prices have since surged by 50%. That’s an impressive move to take place within the span of just two months. The question for investors now is whether the recent rally in silver is fleeting or sustainable – whether it’s...
Tags: economy, Silver, Stefan Gleason
2020 May 21 - 11:10pm
By B.N. Frank Many cities and countries have already taken action against 5G deployment by banning it, filing lawsuits, issuing moratoriums, passing ordinances and resolutions (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8).  Since 2018, there have been reports of people and animals becoming sick after it was turned on (see 1. 2, 3, 4). Of course it’s not just 5G that is harmful.  All sources of Electromagnetic Radiation (aka “Electrosmog”) is biologically and...
Tags: Health, Technology, Video, 5G, BN Frank, Canada
2020 May 21 - 11:08pm
By Tyler Durden One of the best things about San Diego is its legendary burrito scene. Known for being inexpensive and filling, meats such as carne asada (sliced skirt steak) and carnitas (pork) are marinated for days before being grilled to perfection for a California burrito or similar. (function(w,d,s,i){w.ldAdInit=w.ldAdInit||[];w.ldAdInit.push({slot:10841224714367334,size:[0, 0],id:"ld-6931-3360"});if(!d.getElementById(i)){var j=d....
Tags: economy, food prices, Tyler Durden
2020 May 21 - 10:38pm
By MassPrivateI Tired of being cooped up at home for 6+ weeks because of the pandemic? Well DoorDash wants to know who you are. If you are like most Americans, you have probably used a delivery or pickup service like Postmates, Uber Eats, DoorDash and Grubhub in those 6+ weeks. But now DoorDash wants to let businesses know exactly where you are in real-time. (function(w,d,s,i){w.ldAdInit=w.ldAdInit||[];w.ldAdInit.push({slot:10841224714367334,...
Tags: economy, Health, Technology, Consumer Rights, MassPrivateI, privacy
2020 May 21 - 10:13pm
By Chris Menahan The leader of Britain First on Wednesday was convicted of a terrorism offense for refusing to hand over the password to his phone and laptop to police after taking a political trip to Russia. From RT, “Refusing to unlock your phone? Jail. UK judge sentences activist under TERRORISM law”: Paul Golding, 38, was ordered to pay a Ł21 ($26) surcharge and Ł750 ($918) in costs, and given a nine-month “conditional...
Tags: Liberty, Technology, Video, Chris Menahan, Civil Liberties, Smartphones
2020 May 21 - 9:10am
By Katitza Rodriguez and Seth Schoen Time and again, governments have used crises to expand their power, and often their intrusion into citizens’ lives. The COVID-19 pandemic has seen this pattern play out on a huge scale. From deploying drones or ankle monitors to enforce quarantine orders to proposals to use face recognition or thermal imaging cameras for monitoring public spaces, governments around the world have been adopting intrusive...
Tags: Health, Technology, Civil Liberties, Katitza Rodriguez, Seth Schoen, Surveillance
2020 May 21 - 8:51am
By Tyler Durden One month ago, after the banks reported Q1 earnings, we showed that the major US money center banks saw their loan loss provisions surge by roughly 4x from year ago levels in response to expected deterioration in their loan books, with JPMorgan jumping the most, or just over 5x, hinting the other banks are likely underprovisioned for the storm that is coming. (function(w,d,s,i){w.ldAdInit=w.ldAdInit||[];w.ldAdInit.push({slot:...
Tags: economy, Banking, Debt, Economic Collapse, Tyler Durden
2020 May 21 - 8:30am
By B.N. Frank Since 2018, there have been reports of people and animals becoming sick after 5G was installed and turned on (see 1. 2, 3, 4).  People worldwide – including elected officials – are opposed to this technology because of risks to biological health, cybersecurity (see 1, 2, 3), environmental health (see 1, 2, 3, 4), privacy (see 1, 2), safety, and more.  Many cities and countries have already taken action banning it, filing lawsuits,...
Tags: Health, Technology, Video, 5G, BN Frank, Connecticut

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