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on May 5, 2017 in World News

James Comey Avoids Testifying on Dem Doc Reportedly Showing AG Lynch Protecting Hillary

by Aaron Klein During Wednesday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on FBI oversight, FBI Director James B. Comey refused to publicly address significant questions about the reported existence of a document written by a Democratic operative that allegedly indicated Attorney General Loretta Lynch would have protected Hillary Clinton in the email probe. According to a report last month in the New York Times, the FBI had information that the alleged Lynch document had been hacked by Russian intelligence, leading Comey to fear that Moscow could leak the document to call into question the independence of the U.S. government’s Clinton email...

by Aaron Klein During Wednesday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on FBI oversight, FBI Director James B. Comey refused to publicly address significant questions about the reported existence of a document written by a Democratic operative that allegedly indicated Attorney...

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on May 5, 2017 in World News

False Flag Exposed, Caught Red Handed and Prevented

by Luke Rudkowski In this video, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change gives you the latest news of a false flag that has been prevented in Germany, the historical context of false flags, and importance in current politics. Visit WeAreChange.org, Subscribe on YouTube, Follow on Twitter, Support on Patreon. http://www.activistpost.com/2017/05/false-flag-exposed-caught-red-handed-prevented.html

by Luke Rudkowski In this video, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change gives you the latest news of a false flag that has been prevented in Germany, the historical context of false flags, and importance in current politics. Visit...

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on May 4, 2017 in World News

Danish skydiver survives dramatic landing after getting tangled under aircraft

A parachute jump near Holstebro in West Jutland almost ended in disaster when the skydiver became caught underneath the aircraft. The skydive, which took place at Lindtorp airfield, had dramatic consequences when the 45-year-old skydiver’s foot became caught in a cable, leaving him dangling under the aircraft at a height of 2,500 metres. “As soon as his instructor, who jumped before him, was able to get radio contact with the pilot and people on the ground, a rescue operation was started,” duty officer Jens Claumarch of Mid and West Jutland Police told news agency Ritzau. “At that point, the...

A parachute jump near Holstebro in West Jutland almost ended in disaster when the skydiver became caught underneath the aircraft. The skydive, which took place at Lindtorp airfield, had dramatic consequences when the 45-year-old skydiver’s foot became caught in...

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on May 4, 2017 in World News

Samantha Bee’s Husband Opposed to More Integration in Local Public School

by Dr. Susan Berry Actor Jason Jones – the husband of President Donald Trump “resistor” Samantha Bee – is opposed to a move that would introduce further integration into the couple’s children’s school, but says his opposition should not be interpreted as “racist.” In June of last year, education media Chalkbeat reported on parents’ protests against rezoning plans for New York City’s wealthy Upper West Side. The story went virtually unnoticed, but after a weekend of Bee promoting her alternative White House Correspondents’ Dinner (WHCD) event, Jones’s comments went viral as critics accused the liberal Bee of hypocrisy. If you...

by Dr. Susan Berry Actor Jason Jones – the husband of President Donald Trump “resistor” Samantha Bee – is opposed to a move that would introduce further integration into the couple’s children’s school, but says his opposition should not...

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on May 4, 2017 in World News

Christy Clark’s proposed tax on thermal coal would hurt Alberta, U.S.

by Brent Jang BC Liberal Leader Christy Clark wants to slap a hefty $70-a-tonne carbon levy on exports of thermal coal from British Columbian ports, a move that would devastate producers in both the United States and Alberta while sparking a rift over interprovincial trade. “I think in the fight against climate change, we all have a responsibility,” Ms. Clark said Tuesday during campaigning for the May 9 provincial election. She is linking her coal-levy proposal to the Trump administration’s decision last week to collect countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber exports south of the border. British Columbia is...

by Brent Jang BC Liberal Leader Christy Clark wants to slap a hefty $70-a-tonne carbon levy on exports of thermal coal from British Columbian ports, a move that would devastate producers in both the United States and Alberta while...

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on May 4, 2017 in World News

B.C. Liberals under fire for little-known program that gives tax breaks to wealthy foreign companies

Joanne Lee-Young  More from Joanne Lee-Young  Sam CooperMore from Sam Cooper B.C. Liberal party Leader Christy Clark has defended a little-known provincial tax rebate program that was expanded in 2014 to attract international banks and investment firms to Vancouver and is possibly linked to greater amounts of overseas cash coming into the local real estate market. “We want to re-establish British Columbia as a location for head offices around the world, and I think reaching out to Asia and getting those head offices here is a good way to do that,” said Clark on Wednesday, downplaying a New York...

Joanne Lee-Young  More from Joanne Lee-Young  Sam CooperMore from Sam Cooper B.C. Liberal party Leader Christy Clark has defended a little-known provincial tax rebate program that was expanded in 2014 to attract international banks and investment firms to Vancouver...

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on May 4, 2017 in World News

U.S. bed frame and cedar companies plead for exemptions to softwood duties

By Ross Marowits Several American companies that rely on Canadian softwood say thousands of American jobs are at risk unless the U.S. Department of Commerce exempts them from hefty duties imposed on imported softwood lumber. The U.S. owners of three bed-frame makers and a company that transforms yellow cedar into high-end products have appealed to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to be exempted from 20 per cent average countervailing duties and impending anti-dumping charges on Canadian imports. Without a dispensation, the companies said they would be forced to substantially raise prices, risking lower sales and job losses. “Disruptions, even if temporary, will eliminate...

By Ross Marowits Several American companies that rely on Canadian softwood say thousands of American jobs are at risk unless the U.S. Department of Commerce exempts them from hefty duties imposed on imported softwood lumber. The U.S. owners of three...

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on May 4, 2017 in World News

Refugees Fleeing U.S. for Canada over Open Border, Report Says

by John Binder Foreign refugees are continuing to flee the U.S. to Canada through the open, U.S.-Canadian Border. In a report by NBC News, foreign refugees are passing through the U.S. to Canada, specifically a small border town of less than 700 people known as Emerson.  The vast majority of the refugees are of Somali descent who were originally placed in the U.S. Other refugees passing through the northern border are from Nigeria, Eritrea, and Djibouti. According to NBC, since January, more than 300 foreign refugees have crossed the U.S. border into Emerson. The mayor of Emerson, Greg Janzen,...

by John Binder Foreign refugees are continuing to flee the U.S. to Canada through the open, U.S.-Canadian Border. In a report by NBC News, foreign refugees are passing through the U.S. to Canada, specifically a small border town of...

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on May 4, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Concealed Carry Permit Holder Shots, Kills ‘Active Shooter’

by AWR Hawkins On Wednesday night a concealed carry permit holder shot and killed an alleged “active shooter” at Zona Caliente Sports Bar in Arlington, Texas. The incident occurred around 6:15 pm. WFAA reported, “A man opened fire at the Zona Caliente Sports Bar… but police say a customer with a gun of his own put a stop to it.”  The man reported to police as an “active shooter” was 48-year-old James Jones. He allegedly walked into Zona Caliente, began arguing with the manager — 37-year-old Cesar Perez — and then pulled out a gun and killed Perez. At that moment...

by AWR Hawkins On Wednesday night a concealed carry permit holder shot and killed an alleged “active shooter” at Zona Caliente Sports Bar in Arlington, Texas. The incident occurred around 6:15 pm. WFAA reported, “A man opened fire at the Zona...

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on May 4, 2017 in World News

The Arms Industry: Creating Enemies To Maximize Profits

By Francesca de Bardin Beginning in 1917, Western technology was the most important factor in the early phase of economic development of the U.S.S.R. The Western countries which have been the prime technical subsidizers of the U.S.S.R. are also the countries with the largest expenditures on armaments against a presumably real threat from the Soviet Union. [i] To the average citizen, it seems like the East is aligned against the West. The evidence reveals that an ideological battle has been deliberately constructed to deceive the people of the world and to deliberately create a so-called enemy. The West not...

By Francesca de Bardin Beginning in 1917, Western technology was the most important factor in the early phase of economic development of the U.S.S.R. The Western countries which have been the prime technical subsidizers of the U.S.S.R. are also...

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