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Was Hillary Clinton just arrogant and ignorant (which is a decisively bad combination as it is) or did she knowingly traffic in state secrets on an insecure server? That’s pretty much what the entire, protracted investigation into her e-mail habits when she was the nation’s top diplomat boils down to. If she was simply arrogant

(ANTIMEDIA) Ladies and gentlemen, we have reached a point in the 2016 presidential elections where it would be better to admit the truth: the entire process has become an Amurican farce. In the spirit of satire-cum-reality, someone launched the most fitting petition imaginable on Change.org: Make Jerry Springer the host of the next Republican debate. And

(ANTIMEDIA) The Mexican drug cartels are finally meeting their match as a wave of cannabis legalization efforts drastically reshapes the drug trafficking landscape in the United States. It turns out that as states legalize cannabis use and cultivation, the volume of weed brought across the border by Mexican drug cartels dramatically decreases — and is putting

(ANTIMEDIA) — Recently, Anti-Mediacovered the revelation that Samsung transmits audio commands recorded by their Smart TVs to a third party company, which raises all sorts of red flags regarding encryption standards and, more importantly, people’s privacy in their own homes. Last year, Anti-Media posted a list of surprising objects endowed with surveillance or data extraction

David Limbaugh is off. The following column is by Scott Rasmussen. Many reporters caught up in the bizarre world of official Washington have written extensively on political tactics and implications of the so-called government shutdown and disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov. Typical was a New York Times headline that blared “Republicans, Sensing Weakness in Health Law

UPDATE: Man driving one of the two vehicles says Finicum was NOT on his knees and probably charged agents before being shot dead. Click here for full video. —— Last night news broke that #OregonStandoff Spokesperson Robert “LaVoy” Finicum was shot and killed during a federal traffic stop near Burns, Oregon. In the hours following the

(ANTIMEDIA) From a glut in the U.S. supply to fears concerning what will happen now that sanctions on Iran have been lifted, the market for oil is tanking considerably — so much so that one supplier of crude in North Dakota finds itself in the odd position of paying people to take its product. North

(ANTIMEDIA) Denver, CO — A United States military veteran and father is fighting the state of Kansas for custody of his children. In April 2015, Raymond Schwab’s children were confiscated by Child Protective Services, and authorities in the state insist he must discontinue his use of marijuana — which he uses to treat his PTSD —

(ANTIMEDIA) Berkeley, CA — Monsanto and its ancillaries are facing another lawsuit over pollution caused by their manufactured chemicals. A 6-0 vote by the Berkeley City Council last week prompted an official complaint demanding the conglomerate pay for a cleanup of the PCB-compromised San Francisco Bay. PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) were almost exclusively produced by Monsanto from

(ANTIMEDIA) A Pennsylvania state constable fatally shot a 12-year-old girl while serving an eviction notice to her father in Duncannon, Pennsylvania, on Monday. The constable, who was delivering the notice from a district court, shot the father in the arm, but the bullet passed through him, striking and killing the young girl. According to police,

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