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    Yesterday, 11:49 PM
    Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has confirmed that 14 Iranian security forces were abducted in Sistan-Baluchistan near the Iran-Pakistan border, Iranian state-run news agency Islamic Republic News Outlet reported Oct. 16. The Sunni militant group Jaish al-Adl has claimed responsibility for the attack and the abductions. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/iran-security-forces-abducted-near-pakistani-border
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    Yesterday, 11:47 PM
    Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian resigned Oct. 16 in order to dissolve parliament and trigger snap elections, Reuters reported. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/armenia-prime-minister-steps-down-trigger-snap-elections
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    Yesterday, 11:45 PM
    The Saudi ambassador to the United States, Khalid bin Salman, has traveled back to Saudi Arabia and will not be returning to the United States, The New York Times reported Oct. 15. It is currently unclear whether, or by whom, he will be replaced. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/saudi-arabia-ambassador-us-recalled-will-not-return
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    Yesterday, 09:52 PM
    H1B visas are not designed well, they help employers abuse the recipients.
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    Yesterday, 09:43 PM
    Marking the worst year since 2008, China's tech-heavy (Nasdaq-equivalent) Shenzhen Composite index is down a shocking 35% year-to-date, and it's starting to become a self-feeding vicious circle... As Bloomberg reports, the most recent slump in the teach-heavy index comes despite regulators' efforts to rein in risks of share-backed loans following reports over the weekend that insurers are being 'encouraged' to invest in listed companies to reduce liquidity risks connected to such loans. Share pledges, where company founders and other major investors put up stock as collateral, have emerged as a pressure point in China’s debt-laden economy, especially as the stock market tumbles. “There’s a liquidity crisis in the stock market, and pledged shares are again starting to sound the alarm,” said Yang Hai, analyst at Kaiyuan Securities Co. "Stocks in Shenzhen typically bear the brunt of loss of confidence in the stock market because of their higher valuations.” Bloomberg additionally notes that this attempt to slow the impact of this crisis has been ongoing all summer... China in June told brokerages to seek approval before selling large chunks of stock that have been pledged as collateral for loans, according to people familiar with the matter... while the top financial regulator in August warned the industry that it’s closely watching corporate stock pledges. And quite clearly, has failed... with two-thirds of Shenzhen Composite stocks now at 52-week lows or worse...
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    Yesterday, 09:31 PM
    The FBI investigated former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe in March 2017 for an alleged unauthorized leak to the media regarding former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and President Donald Trump, according to documents released Monday. The alleged leak, which has not previously been reported, occurred in early February 2017, shortly before Flynn was fired as national security advisor for lying about his contacts with Russia’s ambassador. According to the FBI documents, the FBI’s office of public affairs received a complaint “regarding a media leak involving a statement overheard in early February 2017.” “Specifically, the alleged comments were made by DD A. G. McCabe and pertained to General Michael T. Flynn and the POTUS,” reads the FBI document, which the bureau released as part of a trove of documents related to an internal investigation of McCabe. The investigation, which was into the unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information, appears to have been opened on March 20, 2017. The FBI became aware of the complaint on Feb. 21, 2017, reads the document, which was prepared by the FBI’s internal investigations section. More at: https://dailycaller.com/2018/10/15/andrew-mccabe-leak-michael-flynn-trump/
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    Yesterday, 09:23 PM
    The nation’s largest trucking company has put another big crack in the dam created by investors and CEOs to block pay raises. Since early 2017, “we’ve had to increase wages we anticipate next year will be similar to what this year was,” company President Nicholas Hobbs told a group of Wall Street investment analysts on Oct. 14. The pre-inflation pay raise of roughly 20 percent for truckers’ follows last month’s decision by Amazon to offer a $15 per hour starting wage to all of its warehouse workers, and it raises the pressure on the many CEOs and investors who have fiercely resisted wage hikes in President Donald Trump’s go-go economy. Trump’s low-immigration/high-wage “Hire American” policy is forcing reluctant CEOs to compete for willing American workers because Trump has rejected corporate pleas for more immigrant blue-collar and white-collar workers. For example, Trump has drastically lowered the inflow of refugees, which previously had provided trucking companies with many new workers willing to work at low wages. In response, CEOs and investors have helped block Trump’s more ambitious immigration reforms, and are now backing a proposal by Kansas GOP Rep. Kevin Yoder which expands several blue-collar and white-collar visa-worker programs. The proposal is hidden in the 2019 budget for the Department of Homeland Security and will be voted up-or-down in the lame-duck Congress during December. Bloomberg reported: J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. said late Monday its contract-services unit has raised wages by around 10 percent over the last 12 to 18 months to recruit new drivers … “We have been recruiting drivers very well in this difficult market because of the pay that we’ve been able to price into our deals for our drivers,” Nicholas Hobbs, president of the contract-services business, said Monday on a conference call following the Lowell, Arkansas-based company’s third-quarter earnings release. The company has almost 10,000 trucks on the road. The company’s share value was $80 before the 2016 election, and it has grown to $113 by October 2018 amid Trump’s economy. The stock’s 40 percent growth boosted the investors’ value by roughly $3.6 billion up to $12.54 billion, and the pay raises effectively show the investors are being forced to share some of the increased value with their truckers, many of whom voted for Trump in 2016. If the GOP wins the 2018 election, Trump is expected to renew his push for his “Four Pillars” reform plan which would further reduce the inflow of immigrant workers. The reduced immigration will force trucking companies to keep competing for workers by offering higher wages.
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    Yesterday, 09:11 PM
    Soaring economic optimism means that it is unlikely the 2018 mid-terms will be a “wave election.” America is experiencing a record-breaking era of good feelings, economically speaking. Optimism about the economy, measured by Americans who are optimistic about current conditions and the future, hit an all-time high in CNBC’s All-American survey, the financial news network reported Monday. Fifty-one percent of Americans approve of Trump’s handling of the economy, according to the CNBC survey. This was the second consecutive CNBC quarterly survey showing that Trump’s handling of the economy was viewed positively by the majority of Americans. It further supports the finding Friday from the University of Michigan consumer survey that confidence in the government’s economic policies jumped to the highest level in fifteen years. Liesman said that CNBC’s pollsters think it is likely that the positive results on the economy likely mean this election will not see a “Blue Wave” of Democrats taking seats from Republicans. “They’re cautioning that this is not a wave election in the making. They point out that you need lousy numbers on the economy to have a wave election or a lot of pessimism about the economy,” Liesman said. “One of the things we see is that a lot of people who have concerns about the president’s temperament are willing to look through that because of his handling of the economy. According to Liesman, the CNBC poll shows Democrats with just a six-point advantage on the generic ballot. More at: https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2018/10/15/cnbc-survey-soaring-economic-optimism-points-to-no-blue-wave-in-2018/
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    Yesterday, 09:03 PM
    Osama bin Laden, the founder, and leader of terrorism conglomerate al-Qaeda, who was responsible for the deadly and devastating Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on U.S. soil, never was hiding in Afghanistan or its damp caves, according to explosive revelations in a new book from intelligence insiders and highly secret government documents. Thousands of Americans died that day and many more in the wretched aftermath. Instead, incredibly, bin Laden was whisked to a safe house in Iran following the deadly attacks on the World Trade Centers in New York, the Pentagon and the downing of a commercial jet in western Pennsylvania targeting the White House. And the highest-ranking U.S. officials in the George W. Bush and Barack Obama White Houses — and possibly the presidents themselves — knew where bin Laden was and did nothing to capture him, according to insider revelations and documents detailed in Mike “Thomas Paine” Moore’s upcoming book PAINE: How We Dismantled the FBI In Our Pajamas. The book’s revelations reveal the United States was working with Saudi Arabia and Iran to keep bin Laden’s living arrangements in Iran very quiet. “One of the biggest scandals in United States history is coming unraveled,” Moore said. “This is a national travesty, and people need to go to prison. The highest members of both administrations knew where bin Laden was tucked away but sent U.S. troops to die in Afghanistan looking for a ghost. “Republican and Democrats working together to protect al-Qaeda and sell out the United States. We have it documented.” Moore said interviews with government Intel operators, informants, lawmakers, and top-secret documents prove U.S. officials ignored pleas from Congressmen, federal agents, and even a Democratic governor to capture bin Laden in Iran. Instead, such whistleblowers were investigated by Hillary Clinton’s State Department and met with illegal wiretaps, surveillance, and harassment.
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    Yesterday, 08:55 PM
    Swordsmyth replied to a thread Youtube down? in Open Discussion
    It's back.
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    Yesterday, 08:33 PM
    Pinewood Derby?
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    Yesterday, 08:27 PM
    China’s state-owned Export-Import Bank loaned Kenya $3.6 billion in 2014 to pay for a 293-mile railroad that the state-owned China Road and Bridge Corporation built from Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, to the port of Mombasa. But the loan has left Kenya with enormous, some say unpayable, debts. Furthermore, Kenyan workers have complained that the Chinese managers who oversee the railroad and other Chinese operations in the country treat them in humiliating and racist manners. A New York Times report on October 15 quoted a Kenyan manager at an industrial park in Ruiru where several Chinese companies have set up facilities. “ are the ones with the capital, but as much as we want their money, we don’t want them to treat us like we are not human in our own country,” said the Kenyan. The Times report noted that when tallying the cost of accepting Chinese investments in their countries, African nations have focused primarily on their rising debts, or occasionally on the exploitative labor practices of some Chinese firms. But in Nairobi, notes the report, “concerns about racism and discrimination are a growing part of the conversation about China’s expanding presence.” An article published by Kenya’s Standard newspaper in July about the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) said “a multitude of Kenyans … feel trapped on the train that ably fits the moniker Orient Express, because on it, Chinese nationals have created a small kingdom in which they run roughshod over Kenyan workers who say they are experiencing neo-colonialism, racism and blatant discrimination.” Kenyans have charged Chinese management with segrating worker facilities by race and using Kenyans only for the most menial jobs. More at: https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/africa/item/30349-chinese-investments-in-kenya-lead-to-charges-of-racism-and-debt-trap-fears
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    Yesterday, 08:21 PM
    San Francisco, that quirky leftist enclave so beloved by its residents for its street fairs, its architecture, its weather, and its tolerance of all things eccentric, has a big problem: Homelessness and the accompanying filth associated with it is tarnishing the city’s once-sparkling image. On November 6, the city will vote on yet another measure meant to solve the steadily growing homelessness problem. In true socialist fashion, the most liberal city in America will vote on whether to throw more money at the situation. Proposition C, if passed, would tax the city’s wealthiest companies from 0.175 percent to 0.69 percent on gross receipts for businesses with over $50 million in gross annual receipts, or 1.5 percent of payroll expense for certain businesses with over $1 billion in gross annual receipts and administrative offices in San Francisco. The city believes that the new tax would bring in close to $300 million per year. Last year, San Francisco spent approximately $380 million of its $10 billion annual budget on the homeless problem, and it’s just gotten worse. The proposed tax has pitted tech giant against tech giant in a Twitter war and has created some strange political bedfellows. Marc Benioff, the founder of Salesforce, a giant in customer relationship management platforms, is very much in support of the new tax even though it will likely cost his company more than $10 million annually. “This is the worst it’s ever been,” Benioff said, referring to the homelessness problem. “Nobody should have to live like this. They don’t need to live like this. We can get this under control.” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is four-square against the new tax. “I want to fix the homeless problem in SF and California. I don’t believe this (Prop C) is the best way to do it,” Dorsey told the world on his own platform, adding, “Mayor Breed was elected to fix this. I trust her.”
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    Yesterday, 08:03 PM
    FBI agents raided a building Tuesday in Puerto Rico’s capital city of San Juan that is home to municipal offices associated with the administration of San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, a vocal political opponent of President Trump’s. "More than 10" but "less than 50" agents based on the Caribbean island arrived at the Municipal Tower at 9 a.m. ET and were still conducting the operation as of 2:30 p.m. when FBI spokesman for the U.S. territory, Carlos Osorio, spoke by phone with the Washington Examiner in the afternoon Tuesday. Osorio described the operation as "pretty big." Agents were seen entering the Municipal Tower with dozens of empty boxes. The federal agents deployed to the third, fourth, 14th, and 15th floors of the 16-floor building, Osorio said. They were looking for any paper and electronic documents related to "corruption" inside the city administration's purchasing and contracting departments. The raid comes a month after Trump tweeted a quote from Fox Business anchor Lou Dobbs that said the U.S. territory’s government was "corrupt" while fuming over the raised death toll count in Puerto Rico from last year's Hurricane Maria. "We have received allegations that they have been fixing contracts, that they are falsifying documents - these having to do with federal funds because if not, we would not have any jurisdiction," Osorio said. "They’re not directed at the mayor, but against people that work at the tower." The allegations also include tampering with purchase orders and favoritism toward certain vendors. More at: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/fbi-raids-puerto-rico-offices-after-trump-hints-at-corruption
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    Yesterday, 07:58 PM
    There has been Italian fury after a case that saw undocumented migrants taken over the Italian border by French police. Last Friday, Italian officers spotted a French police van near Claviere, on the border. French officers seemingly ushered the two men out of the vehicle into woodland, according to The Local. They then started driving back towards France. A French official, Cécile Bigot-Dekeyzer, insisted that the move was “an error on the part of the officers”. Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has responded furiously, saying: “I don’t want to believe that Macron’s France would use its own police to secretly unload immigrants in Italy. “But if anyone seriously thinks they can use us as Europe’s refugee camp, violating laws, borders and agreements, they are sorely mistaken.” Salvini also took to Twitter today and said: “Leaving immigrants in an Italian forest cannot be considered a mistake. More at: https://www.westmonster.com/french-police-took-undocumented-migrants-over-italian-border-in-apparent-mistake/
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    Yesterday, 07:56 PM
    Alaska Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott resigned Tuesday over unspecified inappropriate comments, complicating what was already a difficult re-election fight for Gov. Bill Walker.Mallott, in his resignation letter, said his decision was "compelled by inappropriate comments I made that placed a person whom I respect and revere in a position of vulnerability." He apologized and acknowledged that his actions had compromised Walker's ability to lead the state. The nature of the comments remained unclear. Mallott did not immediately return a phone message seeking details, and Walker did not take questions during a news conference with Mallott's successor, Valerie Davidson. Until Tuesday, she had served as the state health commissioner. Walker's office also provided few details. In a statement, Walker said he learned late Monday that Mallott -- a man with whom he has shared a brother-like bond -- had made comments not suitable for his office. "As leaders, we must hold ourselves to the highest standards of conduct," Walker said. The resignation was announced shortly after Walker participated in an at-times testy debate in Anchorage with his two chief rivals, Democrat Mark Begich and Republican Mike Dunleavy. Davidson said she was "deeply saddened" by Mallott's resignation and "profoundly disappointed by his conduct." "Respect for women, and the dignity of all Alaskans, is our responsibility," she said in a release. Walker, in a separate statement, said it's too late for Mallott to remove his name from the ballot but that Mallott would not accept the position of lieutenant governor if elected. He said Davidson would assume the role of his running mate.
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    Yesterday, 07:51 PM
    Swordsmyth replied to a thread Horseface in U.S. Political News
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    Yesterday, 07:49 PM
    Embattled Democrat Rep. Keith Ellison’s lead in the Minnesota Attorney General election appears to be vanishing amid allegations of domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend. The congressman’s bid to become the top law enforcement official in the blue state was supposed to be an easy task for a popular Democrat who holds one of the top positions within the Democratic National Committee (DNC). But Ellison’s lead has taken a dramatic cut since Karen Monahan came forward with her story in August detailing the physical and emotional abuse she suffered allegedly at the hands of Ellison. Recent polls indicate that Ellison in a dead heat race with Doug Wardlow, the Republican opponent, according to the New York Times. The poll also found that 40 percent surveyed voters said the domestic abuse allegations “are a factor” in whether to vote for the Democrat. Another poll shows the congressman leading by five points. More at: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/keith-ellisons-lead-vanishing-amid-domestic-abuse-allegations
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    Yesterday, 07:47 PM
    It doesn't matter what he attacks them for as long as he makes people aware that they are a problem.
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    Yesterday, 07:42 PM
    The U.S. Senate’s top Republican said on Tuesday that senators will not vote to approve a revised North American trade pact in 2018, leaving the issue to the next Congress. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Bloomberg Television that the Senate will not have time to take up the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement trade deal before 2019. “That will be a next-year issue because the process we have to go through doesn’t allow that to come up before the end of this year,” McConnell said. Last week, the Senate’s No. 2 Republican, John Cornyn, had said it was “unlikely” the Senate would be able to vote in the final weeks of 2018. Some industry leaders had held out slim hope that a deal could still be approved this year. The new trade deal is set to be signed on Nov. 30, but to comply with fast-track U.S. trade rules, Congress must get a report from the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on the economic impacts of the trade deal. On Friday, the ITC said it had launched an investigation into the impacts of the deal and will hold a Nov. 15 hearing on the agreement. The commission said it would accept written comments through Dec. 20. Typically, Congress would hold hearings before approving a major trade agreement. More at: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-trade-nafta-congress/senate-will-not-vote-on-new-north-america-trade-pact-in-2018-mcconnell-idUSKCN1MQ283
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    Yesterday, 07:39 PM
    On this site I get the following error: 500 Internal Server Error Sorry, something went wrong. A team of highly trained monkeys has been dispatched to deal with this situation.
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    Yesterday, 07:36 PM
    :rolleyes: That will only make things worse.
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    Yesterday, 07:32 PM
    Is anyone else seeing this instead of the youtube videos? 500 Internal Server Error Sorry, something went wrong. A team of highly trained monkeys has been dispatched to deal with this situation.
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    Yesterday, 07:30 PM
    LOL, the EU needs the UK far more than the UK needs the EU and Brexit will encourage other countries to leave.
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    Yesterday, 07:16 PM
    Four women have been indicted in connection with an organized voter fraud ring discovered in the Fort Worth, Texas area. The criminals targeted elderly residents by forging mail-in ballots in favor of Democrat candidates during the 2016 election. The case has been looked into for over two years, so this week’s four indictments might not be the last. In October of 2016, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the largest voter fraud investigation in Texas history was taking place in Tarrant country. Political consultant Aaron Harris, who originally brought the fraudulent ballots to the attention of investigators, said, “The harvesters sit around and fill these out by the hundreds, often by the thousands.” “Just because they may have been indicted on one or two, or 16 counts, doesn’t mean they don’t have 200 counts,” he added. “But those are the only 16 that can be proven.” More at: https://www.infowars.com/busted-voter-fraud-ring-discovered-in-texas/
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    Yesterday, 06:53 PM
    We should also consider taking some DNA from Danke in that case, he may have even more Neanderthal in him than Specs.
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    Yesterday, 06:50 PM
    Theresa May has been forced to scrap plans to sign up to a Brexit divorce deal after the prime minister came under intense pressure from her own Cabinet to pursue a more abrupt exit from the European Union. A provisional agreement between EU and UK negotiators fell apart on Sunday after the Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab flew into Brussels following threats from several Cabinet ministers to walk out of government and suggestions that Conservative backbenchers are now willing to topple May. May had been hoping to sign up to a Brexit divorce deal early this week ahead of the crucial October European Council summit in Brussels later this week. However, a provisional agreement between the two sides — that the UK could remain in a "temporary" customs union with the EU after Brexit as part of the Northern Irish "backstop" clause — caused fury among Conservative MPs who believe that Britain is being forced into remaining permanently tied to the EU. The backstop is the insurance policy for making sure the frictionless border between Northern Ireland and the Republic is maintained after Brexit. It will come into effect at the end of the proposed transition period, in January 2021, unless a new trading arrangement which protects the open Irish border is in place. On Sunday the UK was set to sign up to a backstop arrangement which had been reported since early last week, in which the UK would remain in a customs union and Northern Ireland alone would stick to single market rules. Business Insider reported on Friday that several senior members of May's Cabinet had given May the weekend to change her position on the backstop or suffer a series of walkouts. A senior Cabinet source told BI that May was approaching a "killer moment" in her leadership, adding that "the prime minister needs to hear the mood by Monday." House of Commons leader Andrea Leadsom, International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt and Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey were all poised to quit. Several Cabinet rebels are set to meet on Monday night to discuss what to do about the crisis in the party.
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    Yesterday, 06:41 PM
    Maybe he could get some wooden nickels?
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