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    Today, 05:42 PM
    Russian-held Crimean businesses will remain under European Union (EU) sanctions for another year after the bloc agreed to extend its economic actions until mid-2019. The EU joined the United States in 2014 in blacklisting a range of Russian industries following Moscow’s annexation of the Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine. It has since extended the measures in six-month increments, with the latest economic sanctions expiring July 31. “On 18 June 2018, the Council extended the restrictive measures in response to the illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol by Russia until 23 June 2019,” the EU’s council of ministers said in a statement. Under these measures, Crimean businesses are banned from exporting and importing goods and technologies, EU-based companies cannot invest in the peninsula and EU cruise ships cannot call at Crimean ports. Other EU sanctions, extended March through to Sept. 15, impose travel bans and asset freezes against 155 people and 38 companies over Russia’s Crimean annexation and its support for pro-Moscow rebels in eastern Ukraine. https://themoscowtimes.com/news/EU-extends-anti-russia-sanctions-61878
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    Today, 05:39 PM
    Simply stating that doesn't make it true. Inflammation is a factor in insulin resistance (even Paleo doctors will tell you that) and inflammation is linked to acidic foods. So yes, acidity is indeed a factor when it comes to insulin resistance. At least with type 2 diabetes. As for fruit, many people assume that certain fruits are acidic (simply because they are sour / citrusy) when in fact they are actually the opposite. As you can see from this excerpt below: "A diet rich in animal protein may favor net acid intake, while most fruits and vegetables form alkaline precursors that neutralize the acidity," wrote Dr. Guy Fagherazzi and Dr. Francoise Clavel-Chapelon, of the Center for Research in Epidemiology and Population Health at INSERM, in Paris. "Contrary to what is generally believed, most fruits -- such as peaches, apples, pears, bananas and even lemons and oranges -- actually reduce dietary acid load once the body has processed them.” Although some fruits are more acidic than others, it is silly and wrong to demonize a God-given food while at the same time ignoring that the foods well known to be acidic are animal products, such as meat and dairy.
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    Today, 05:33 PM
    As Reuters reports, Merkel played down expectations of any major breakthrough at hastily-arranged talks among EU leaders on Sunday on the migration dispute dividing Europe. Plans for the emergency meeting, before a full EU summit at the end of next week, were thrown into chaos on Thursday when Italy’s new prime minister said a draft accord on migration had been withdrawn because of a clash with Merkel. The German chancellor is under pressure to get EU leaders at the main June 28-29 summit to agree to share out migrants more evenly to placate her conservative allies, Bavaria’s Christian Social Union (CSU). But Italy and others are very reluctant. Initially expected to involve eight EU leaders, the Sunday talks will now bring together at least 17, according to the latest count by officials in Brussels. “The meeting on Sunday is a consultation and working meeting at which there will be no concluding statement,” Merkel told reporters in Beirut with Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Friday. “It is an initial exchange with interested member states.” She said conditions in Syria were not yet right for refugees to return. Germany has taken in hundreds of thousands of Syrians and others since 2014, and migration policy is threatening her ruling coalition. If no “satisfactory” deal is achieved at next week’s summit, German Interior Minister and CSU chief Horst Seehofer has threatened to defy Merkel and turn people away at the German border who have applied for asylum in other EU states. However, with Italy now taking a hardline approach and refusing to accept any more migrants, Europe finds itself in migrant chaos with no way out, one spawned by Merkel's own disastrous 2015 "open door" policy, and absent a "Merkel Miracle" over the next week, the chancellor may be out of a job as soon as early July, with Germany facing new elections potentially as soon as September, an outcome which the SPD is already actively preparing for. More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-22/12-european-states-revolt-against-merkel-macron-plan-reform-europe
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    Today, 05:32 PM
    As the FT reports, the rest of Europe's "core", including the Netherlands, Austria and Finland are among 12 governments questioning the need for any joint eurozone “fiscal capacity”, challenging a central tenet of French President Emmanuel Macron’s vision for the eurozone that he has successfully pressed Berlin to endorse. As we reported on Wednesday, increasingly unpopular French president Macron and the politically embattled Merkel tried to restart their close collaboration this week ahead of a wider summit of EU leaders. They agreed that a new common pot of eurozone money could be funded by a mixture of national contributions and new EU levies, such as a financial transactions tax. Ironically, while their agreement supposedly forms part of a broader deal between Paris and Berlin on how to strengthen the currency bloc, the rest of Europe generally disagreed, which incidentally is also the reason why any attempt at "Federalizing" Europe is doomed to failure: Europeans tend to frown upon self-declared "master states" who tends to decide for everyone else, even if these states end up paying for much of the outlays (largely thanks to the presence of the EUR and the absence of the DEM). As a result, EU diplomats said Merkel’s concession to Macron - as a reminder, having found herself isolated at home, Merkel has been forced to see support abroad - had emboldened other countries to resist the blueprint, out of concern that it would leave their taxpayers too exposed to problems in crisis-hit member states. And, as the FT writes, the splits were observable at a meeting of EU finance ministers in Luxembourg on Thursday, with increasing signs that governments have formed competing camps with distinct visions on the direction of further integration. According to a letter seen by the Financial Times, Dutch finance minister Wopke Hoekstra has written to Mário Centeno, the president of the eurogroup, to underline that there is “wide divergence” on the need for any budget, with a number of countries concerned about “moral hazard risks” and questions of “fiscal neutrality” posed by the plan. The letter insisted that the lack of the agreement on the budget be clearly communicated to leaders at next week’s summit. "There was clearly no consensus on starting to explore options" at Thursday’s meeting of finance ministers, the Dutch finance minister said in the letter, adding there was also no agreement to start exploring the use of a financial transactions tax to finance it. And the punchline: the letter was written by the Dutch finance minister on behalf of Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Ireland and Malta. The simple math: 2 vs 12, and it is safe to say that the rest of the eurozone is not aligned with France and Germany either. It gets better: according to the FT, the 12 countries expands a coalition called the “Hanseatic League” (a reference to the commercial and defensive confederation of merchant guilds and market towns in Northwestern and Central Europe, which in the late 1100s, grew from a few North German towns to dominate Baltic maritime trade for three centuries along the coast of Northern Europe), an initial group of eight smaller fiscally conservative countries, which have insisted on more national responsibility to solve economic problems in the eurozone.
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    Today, 05:25 PM
    Internal IRS documents obtained by Judicial Watch through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) reveal that in 2013, John McCain's former staff director, Henry Kerner, pushed the Obama IRS to engage in "financially ruinous" audits of 501(c) organizations - 10 days before Obama's IRS publicly admitted to "inappropriate" targeting of groups with "tea party" or "patriot" in their names. Sen. John McCain’s former staff director and chief counsel on the Senate Homeland Security Permanent Subcommittee, Henry Kerner, urged top IRS officials, including then-director of exempt organizations Lois Lerner, to “audit so many that it becomes financially ruinous.” Kerner was appointed by President Trump as Special Counsel for the United States Office of Special Counsel. The explosive exchange was contained in notes taken by IRS employees at an April 30, 2013, meeting between Kerner, Lerner, and other high-ranking IRS officials. Just ten days following the meeting, former IRS director of exempt organizations Lois Lerner admitted that the IRS had a policy of improperly and deliberately delaying applications for tax-exempt status from conservative non-profit groups. -Judicial Watch The meeting was first summarized by Judicial Watch in April of 2015, before they obtained the FOIA documents: met with select top staffers from the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee in a “marathon” meeting to discuss concerns raised by both Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI) and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) that the IRS was not reining in political advocacy groups in response to the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision. Senator McCain had been the chief sponsor of the McCain-Feingold Act and called the Citizens United decision, which overturned portions of the Act, one of the “worst decisions I have ever seen.” Among those attending the meeting were key aides to the committee minority ranking member, John McCain. McCain issued a statement following the original Judicial Watch report on the 2013 meeting, decrying "false reports claiming that his office was somehow involved in IRS targeting of conservative groups." Judicial Watch separately uncovered that Lerner was under significant pressure from both Democrats in Congress and the Obama DOJ and FBI to prosecute and jail the groups the IRS was already improperly targeting. In discussing pressure from Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (Democrat-Rhode Island) to prosecute these “political groups,” Lerner admitted, “it is ALL about 501(c)(4) orgs and political activity.” The April 30, 2013 meeting came just under two weeks prior to Lerner’s admission during an ABA meeting that the IRS had “inappropriately” targeted conservative groups. In her May 2013 answer to a planted question, in which she admitted to the “absolutely incorrect, insensitive, and inappropriate” targeting of Tea Party and conservative groups, Lerner suggested the IRS targeting occurred due to an “uptick” in 501 (c)(4) applications to the IRS but in actuality, there had been a decrease in such applications in 2010. -Judicial Watch “The Obama IRS scandal is bipartisan – McCain and Democrats who wanted to regulate political speech lost at the Supreme Court, so they sought to use the IRS to harass innocent Americans,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The Obama IRS scandal is not over – as Judicial Watch continues to uncover smoking gun documents that raise questions about how the Obama administration weaponized the IRS, the FEC, FBI, and DOJ to target the First Amendment rights of Americans," Judicial Watch said in a statement.
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    Today, 05:22 PM
    Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini continues to pile the pressure on Brussels and expose his more fascist credentials as he warned today that it will be decided within a year "whether a united Europe still exists or not," according to Germany’s Der Spiegel. "Whether the whole thing has no sense any more" will be seen in particular in talks on budget and within context of 2019 European Parliament elections. On migrants, Salvini confirmed: "We can’t take even one more, actually we want to hand over a couple," adding that... he is aware his stand on migrants could lead to fall of Chancellor Angela Merkel but this isn’t Italy’s intention "even though we’re very distant, not just on the migration issue." And finally, in a quite shocking comment during a BBC documentary on the Italian Interior Minister, Salvini says ominously: “We need a mass cleansing. Street by street, quarter by quarter” in the EU. Forward to 4:42 in the clip below...
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    Today, 05:15 PM
    Images surfaced overnight Thursday of a large Jordanian military convoy reportedly headed to the border near the Syrian province of Daraa, including M-60 battle tanks and heavy military equipment. This as German Chancellor Angela Merkel met with Jordan’s King Abdullah in Amman on Thursday, telling him, "You live not just with the Syria conflict, but also we see Iran’s activities with regard to Israel’s security and with regard to Jordan’s border.” Beirut based Al Masdar News published the photos provided through its sources in the region with the description: The Jordanian military is deploying reinforcements, including heavy military equipment, on the border with the Syrian province of Daraa, according to Jordanian and Syrian sources. Meanwhile, thousands of civilians in the region are reportedly fleeing toward the Jordanian and Israeli borders as clashes in the northern part of Daraa province have begun. * * * More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-22/jordan-sends-tanks-border-amidst-syrian-army-advance
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    Today, 05:11 PM
    With just over a week left on Angela Merkel's CSU ultimatum to resolve the German "refugee" problem in a manner that is satisfactory to her populist coalition partner Horst Seehofer (and who famously said recently that he "can’t work with that woman anymore") and that sees an EU agreement that sends migrants back to their originating European nations, something which in light of recent Italian populist developments is impossible and effectively guarantees that Merkel will be unsuccessful, on Friday morning Spiegel reported that the next step for Chancellor Merkel now seems inevitable, and that Germany's SPD party is preparing for new elections, one assumes on the belief that the Merkel coalition government will collapse. More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-22/german-spd-said-preparing-new-elections-euro-slides
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    Today, 05:05 PM
    Trump’s open and repeated criticism of OPEC and its influence on oil prices provides credibility to the belief that he would sign into law the NOPEC legislation that is currently making its way through Congress. The bill would allow America to pursue litigation against OPEC on anti trust grounds. NOPEC isn’t a totally new concept, as it has been drafted and voted through Congress some 16 times over the past 18 years, but never made it past the President’s desk, whether it was Bush or Obama. But Trump could give NOPEC a different sort of ending, one which could see it taking up the status of US law. Anadolu agency reports: A legislation being debated in Congress could put pressure on OPEC if it is signed into law by President Donald Trump who has long been critical of the cartel’s practices. If the No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels Act, or NOPEC, is signed into law, it would allow the U.S. to sue the cartel for manipulating crude prices and global oil market that caused enormous damage for the American economy and consumers. In November 2014, led by then-Saudi Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi, the Kingdom had refused to listen to other cartel countries’ appeal to cut output in order to rid oversupply in the global market to boost lower oil prices. Spearheaded by Saudi Arabia, OPEC had agreed to keep its oil production unchanged — a strategy that is seen by many analysts as an attempt to keep global oil supply high, lower crude prices even further and kick high-cost U.S. shale oil producers out of the market.
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    Today, 05:05 PM
    Trump’s open and repeated criticism of OPEC and its influence on oil prices provides credibility to the belief that he would sign into law the NOPEC legislation that is currently making its way through Congress. The bill would allow America to pursue litigation against OPEC on anti trust grounds. NOPEC isn’t a totally new concept, as it has been drafted and voted through Congress some 16 times over the past 18 years, but never made it past the President’s desk, whether it was Bush or Obama. But Trump could give NOPEC a different sort of ending, one which could see it taking up the status of US law. Anadolu agency reports: A legislation being debated in Congress could put pressure on OPEC if it is signed into law by President Donald Trump who has long been critical of the cartel’s practices. If the No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels Act, or NOPEC, is signed into law, it would allow the U.S. to sue the cartel for manipulating crude prices and global oil market that caused enormous damage for the American economy and consumers. In November 2014, led by then-Saudi Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi, the Kingdom had refused to listen to other cartel countries’ appeal to cut output in order to rid oversupply in the global market to boost lower oil prices. Spearheaded by Saudi Arabia, OPEC had agreed to keep its oil production unchanged — a strategy that is seen by many analysts as an attempt to keep global oil supply high, lower crude prices even further and kick high-cost U.S. shale oil producers out of the market.
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    Today, 05:02 PM
    With President Trump's performance at last year's NATO summit still fresh in the minds of its members, NATO's continued existence has probably never before seemed as tenuous as it does right now. Trump has blasted NATO as "obsolete" and criticized the alliance in keeping with his "America First" platform. But NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg warned during a recent speech that there are still many strategic reasons why the alliance should persevere: Speaking in the UK, Stoltenberg invoked the rise of international terrorism and an "assertive Russia" as threats that should underscore how serious the issue of preserving the alliance truly is. Yet, there's still no guarantee that, despite these security concerns, the trans-Atlantic partnership will survive as the relationship between the US and other NATO powers deteriorates. To protect against NATO's collapse, Stoltenberg called for its members to make a bigger effort to shore up the military alliance, according to the Associated Press. "It is not written in stone that the trans-Atlantic bond will survive forever," Stoltenberg said during a speech in London. "But I believe we will preserve it." With the NATO summit looming in July, Stoltenberg said "we may have seen the weakening" of the relationships between North America and Europe, but "maintaining the trans-Atlantic partnership is in our strategic interests." The world, Stoltenberg said, is facing "the most unpredictable security environment in a generation", largely thanks to terrorism. "We must continue to protect our multilateral institutions like NATO, and we must continue to stand up for the international rules-based order," he said. "We have had differences before, and the lesson of history is that we overcome these differences every time," Stoltenberg said. But as trade tensions strain Trump's relationship with Europe, concerns about President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's growing authoritarianism have raised speculation about the possibility of a Turkish exit. Meanwhile, Stoltenberg has hinted at the possibility of a dialogue with Russia, as he has said he doesn't want "another cold war."
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    Today, 04:44 PM
    I'd rather keep guns if we had to chose between that and this.
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    Today, 04:37 PM
    After a hectic week of unofficial meetings between OPEC members in Vienna, largely in and around the Hofburg, the former residency of the Austrian Emperor Franz Jozef and his wife Sisi, an official production increase agreement has finally been reached. In the official OPEC communique, the oil cartel stated that overall production will be increased by 1 million bpd. In reality, this will mean that around 600,000 bpd will be added to the market. Still, the communique is rather vague. No real timelines have been stated while specific production levels of countries also remain a mystery. Taking into account the diplomatic frenzy witnessed in the last hours of the Vienna meeting which was preceded by immense controversies the days before, the current OPEC agreement should not be taken at face value. One question remains: OPEC will still need to discuss with Russia on Saturday if they can reach a ROPEC agreement, keeping the OPEC – non-OPEC agreement in place. Without a positive result, the market is still looking at increased levels of instability. Ahead of the meeting, overall optimism was low as key players such as Iran, Venezuela and Iraq have been venting their opposition to any possible production increase. Internal OPEC pressure on the Iran-led block seems to have worked. On Wednesday and Thursday, a full confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia seemed the only solution, especially when looking at the faces of Iran’s minister of oil Zanganeh or Iran’s OPEC governor Ardebili. Though OPEC enjoyed a moment of relief, dark clouds are still on the horizon. An internal crisis is becoming increasingly more plausable as the Iran and Saudi Arabia dispute intensifies. More at: https://oilprice.com/Geopolitics/International/The-New-OPEC-Deal-Paper-Barrels-Wont-Materialize.html
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    Today, 04:17 PM
    Yes we should, we need to solve our Israel problems but this is a silver lining on that cloud.
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    Today, 04:10 PM
    Sure, Communists would never want to promote NAZIs and then accuse anyone of opposing them of being NAZIs. Would you like to buy my oceanfront property in Arizona?
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    Today, 04:08 PM
    Call it reparations for decades of illegals invading.
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    Today, 03:47 PM
    Because nothing better is possible as anything more than voluntary behavior that many people will not participate in, the moment you give the government power to compel superior behavior you give it the power to compel any behavior and the corrupt will use it to do evil things.
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    Today, 03:35 PM
    lol. Your scenario has nothing to do with the studies. I will take the word of numerous doctors and researchers who have conducted long-term studies, over the word of a guy on the Internet who is clearly the biggest fan of Keto to ever walk the face of the earth. :p
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    Today, 03:28 PM
    Another one for you. This was a study done in China. https://www.pcrm.org/health/medNews/diabetes-risk-increases-with-meat-intake Meat consumption is associated with risk for developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. Researchers followed the diets and disease risk of 63,257 participants from the Singapore Chinese Health Study and found that those who consumed the most red meat (e.g., pork, beef, lamb), poultry, and fish had an increased risk for type 2 diabetes by 23, 15, and 7 percent, respectively, compared with those who consumed the least. In a separate analysis, the authors found that as heme iron increased, so did the risk for diabetes. Other studies have published similar findings, including the Adventist Health Study-2, which showed that as more animal products, such as red meat and fish, are included in the diet, increase for diabetes risk follows. https://academic.oup.com/aje/article/186/7/824/3848997
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    Today, 03:16 PM
    That wasn't the claim. At least from what I heard. The claim was that there was an increased risk of diabetes, as the level of animal products increases. And I've heard that before, from a number of sources. Here is a study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3942738/ "Meat consumption is consistently associated with diabetes risk." Here's something else to look at: https://www.webmd.com/diabetes/news/20131112/meat-products-could-raise-diabetes-risk-study#1 And this: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/04/15/too-much-animal-protein-linked-to-increased-diabetes-risk.html An excerpt:
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    Today, 03:05 PM
    Europe will be brought to the brink of death, at that point they will either change in response to the crisis and recover or they will die. America has begun to turn the ship around with Trump, it is not enough yet but if we can keep turning the ship we may survive, the left will break out in violence if we continue to turn things around and the outcome of that conflict will determine our fate.
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    Today, 03:00 PM
    You are advocating evil and so is the left, you want to give someone power to create a "perfect" world and all you will get is a dystopian nightmare when that power is used by the corrupt.
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    Today, 02:58 PM
    How about we just keep them out in the first place and throw out the ones who are here?
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    Today, 02:56 PM
    The man behind the curtain is promoting the left and polluting the right, the left believes in nothing good and can't be saved, the right believes in good things and can be saved if it is cleansed. Even without a cleansing a world ruled by the right would be better than the world the left is creating.
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    Today, 02:51 PM
    Because the deepstate hurt foreigners they should hurt me and every other American? Two wrongs don't make a right.
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    Today, 02:46 PM
    Gorsuch isn't perfect, but you can't ignore his good rulings or what Garland shifting the balance of the court left would have done to us.
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    Today, 02:40 PM
    They were always the American Communist Lawyers Union, now they think they can drop the mask, any good work they did in the past was camouflage. Ender will appear in this thread shortly to defend them, after his defense of the Pope and the Jesuits La Raza will probably be next.
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    Today, 02:32 PM
    Or Chuck Norris.
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