"Businesses reveal who they will vote for in City of Sydney election". Not The Onion.
"Wolf Blitzer Is Worried Defense Contractors Will Lose Jobs if U.S. Stops Arming Saudi Arabia". Not The Onion.
"Obama will likely become the first ex-president billionaire".
"WikiLeaks release excludes evidence of €2 billion transfer from Syria to Russia". Phony denigration of WikiLeaks is part of the Clinton campaign operations in anticipation of the big WikiLeaks drop. WikiLeaks' appropriate response: "It is disappointing to see Daily Dot pushing the Hillary Clinton campaign’s neo-McCarthyist conspiracy theories about critical media." Neo-McCarthyist is exactly the right word for it too. It is amazing to watch American liberals ape old Joe in their current quest to look for Reds under the beds. "At long last, have you left no sense of decency?"
"Rebellion in the Suites: Tax Collectors and Businesspeople" (Petras). We're starting to notice that the profit of the hyper-profitable companies is the taxes they evade.
"The Sun: British secret services, not Russia, assassinated Boris Berezovsky".
"Israel Starts Home Demolitions in Syrian Golan, Plans Illegal Annexation, Opens “Corridor” for Syrian Al Qaeda". Important escalation in thievery by the traditional thieves.
AT&T Announces Purchase of Time Warner for Nearly $86 Billion - E-Corp! Via: BBC: The US telecoms giant AT&T has announced that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn (£70bn). The deal was agreed a...
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