Former CA Dem godfather Willie Brown: Leland Yee arrest a “ruckus”

20 April 2014

Willie Brown was formerly godfather of California Democratic politics and still has considerable influence. His inadvertently comical comments about how Leland Yee really didn’t do much of anything wrong shows how compromised Democratic politics in California has become. Give the guy a break. When all is said and done, his alleged crimes come down to […]

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Benghazi mystery explained? Report links CIA covert op with Turkey, Syria

20 April 2014

Answer offered by Seymour Hersh about Benghazi gets little public attention “Benghazi” is one of those kneejerk labels that rightwing folks slap on a story they don’t actually understand but have determined the “right” answer to anyway. It’s a hot button, not an argument, like the “IRS scandal,” which the right is finally beginning to admit it got […]

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Solar bridge in London now operational, Blackfriar’s Bridge

19 April 2014

Blackfriar’s Bridge in London, part of a railway station, now has 4,400 solar PV panels and generates 50% of power needed for the station. It is the largest solar bridge in the world. Construction was a bit tricky, as the panels were installed atop an aging Victorian era bridge while trains ran underneath. Solar PV, […]

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California State Water Project allocations increased to 5%

18 April 2014

The headline is deceptive. State Water Project allocations have not been increased by 5% but rather to 5% from zero. Farmers will get a bare trickle of water this year. Worse, the allocation won’t start until Sept. 1. This means a long, hot, very dry summer for them. Your food prices will be going up. […]

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Nonviolent, unarmed resistance at Bundy Ranch backed off BLM

18 April 2014

At a crucial point at Bundy Ranch, unarmed protesters on horseback rode down to confront heavily-armed BLM, who then pulled back their forces. That’s right, the protesters were not carrying guns. Among those opposing BLM were mother-daughter Utah farmers Symbria and Sara Patterson, “pillars of the local food community in Cedar City Utah.” They don’t […]

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Search the Dark Web easily with Grams

17 April 2014

Need heroin, cocaine, gun, stolen credit card numbers, porn or fake IDS? The Dark Web awaits you, and is now searchable by Grams. Grams is accessible only by using the Tor browser. The url is grams7enufi7jmdl.onion. This allows you to search for whatever you want in the internet version of the Wild West. Payment is […]

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San Francisco evictions generally near tech company bus stops

17 April 2014

Landlords in San Francisco can evict tenants simply because they want to renovate or sell the property. The vast bulk of San Francisco evictions happen within 4 blocks of a tech company bus stop, says the Anti Eviction Mapping Project. Rents are soaring as a result. Most additional new housing in SF is luxury and […]

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Ukraine: Is anyone playing this “crisis” straight?

16 April 2014

Whether it’s a real crisis doesn’t matter as long as you’re afraid Just when the U.S. Defense Secretary was in Japan giving indications that the Ukraine “crisis” was over as far as the U.S. was concerned, Ukrainians of all sorts, other Washington officials, and even the Japanese government all pitch in to keep the “crisis” […]

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Military and police in east Ukraine joining pro-Russia forces

16 April 2014

Kiev increasingly is impotent, issuing deadlines for pro-Russia forces in east Ukraine to withdraw, only to be ignored and mocked. There are multiple reports from reliable sources that police and military are defecting. The probably outcome of this is civil war or collapse of the Kiev government. Tanks flying Russian flag enter Slovyansk. The tanks […]

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Matt Taibbi: Bush way tougher than Obama on corporate America

15 April 2014

Matt Taibbi states the obvious. The Obama Administration refuses to criminally prosecute corrupt big banks and financial institution. Their few prosecutions have been against relatively small fry. Banks that launder money for drug cartels are given free passes by Obama. Attorney General Holder has said big banks will not be prosecuted because it would be […]

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