Month: July 2018

This Republican candidate swears being ‘homosexual’ is more unhealthy than smoking

Republican US Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri poses with antigay activist turned political candidate Hardy Billington. Facebook Hardy Billington isn’t your typical anti-LGBTQ Republican. He’s hardcore. Billington has made it a habit to loudly and forcefully share his opinion on...

/ July 31, 2018

The truth about the Loch Ness Monster

The thing about any mystery is that, once people get involved in trying to solve it, you'll get all kinds of competing theories. The Loch Ness Monster is no different. While some people readily accept that there must be some...

/ July 31, 2018

APOSTLE: Netflix Debuts Key Art For Gareth Evans’ Occult Thriller

On what is likely to be its only stop on the festival circuit Gareth Evans' occult thriller Apostle will have its world premiere at Fantastic Fest in September then will launch globally on Netflix on October 12, 2018.  The streaming...

/ July 31, 2018

MoviePass Raises Prices, Limits First-Run Availability as Pressures Mount

When MoviePass launched its $10 unlimited movie ticketing service nearly a year ago, it seemed too good to be true. Consider that hunch confirmed. After months of setting great big piles of money on fire to maintain operations, the company...

/ July 31, 2018

Central African Republic: Russian journalists die in ambush

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Thousands of people have been killed in violence in the CAR in recent years Three journalists, believed to be Russians, have been killed in an ambush in the Central African Republic (CAR). The Russian foreign...

/ July 31, 2018

Editors’ Picks: 11 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week

Each week, we search New York City for the most exciting, and thought-provoking, shows, screenings, and events. See them below. Tuesday, July 31 Alberto Giacometti painting in his Paris studio (1958). Photo by Ernst Scheidegger, courtesy of the Solomon R....

/ July 31, 2018

Israel sentences Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour to 5 months in prison over poem

An Israeli district court sentenced Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, 36, to five months in prison and a six-month suspended sentence on Tuesday for posting a poem she wrote to social media in 2015.  Tatour, a Palestinian citizen of Israel from...

/ July 31, 2018

Fantastic Fest 2018: First Wave Includes OVERLORD, APOSTLE, THE NIGHT COMES FOR US

The first wave of programming for Fantastic Fest 2018 includes Overlord, produced by J.J. Abrams; Apostle, directed by Gareth Evans; and The Night Comes For Us, directed by Timo Tjahjanto and starring Joe Taslim and Iko Uwais. (The official poster...

/ July 31, 2018

Henry Cavill Takes Our ‘Mission: Impossible’ Mustache Quiz | NowThis

We quizzed Henry Cavill on famous mustaches after his own broke the internet. How did he do? » Subscribe to NowThis: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe "Superman" actor Henry Cavill bid farewell to “king-stache,” his notorious mustache, in an “emotional” tribute video that quickly...

/ July 31, 2018

The Real “Fake News” from Government Media

By Scott Lazarowitz Facebook has announced its campaign against “fake news.” But, according to some workers’ own admission, conservatives are being censored. And Google also wants to censor “fake news.” But Google also was shown to treat conservative websites, but...

/ July 31, 2018

What Could Go Wrong? Gov’t to House Sex Offenders in Fenceless Building Next to Children’s School

By Matt Agorist Outrage is erupting among government officials and parents as a decision has been announced to house sex offenders in an ‘open prison,’ with no fence, right by a children’s school. Even the police chief is speaking out...

/ July 31, 2018

Four-Part Comprehensive Analysis On The Coming Global Economic Collapse

By The Outer Limits of Inner Truth Radio Show Chris Duane describes the next financial crisis as “the largest event in human history.” An event that will impact billions of people across the planet and forever change life as we...

/ July 31, 2018

One Bad Apple? Entire Police Dept Suspended Multiple Cops Charged with Conspiracy

By Matt Agorist Southport, NC — All too often those who continuously apologize for crimes committed by police officers are able to justify some of the most egregious instances of outright murder by claiming the officer was a bad apple....

/ July 31, 2018

‘A very, very, very bad law’ — Justice Joubran on Israel’s new nation state law

Salim Joubran was the first Palestinian judge to be named a permanent justice on the Israeli Supreme Court (2004-2017). Last March in New York he derided the law that the Israeli parliament passed this month declaring Israel the nation state...

/ July 31, 2018

Caravan Of Evil Reveals Evidence Of Western/Israeli Intelligence Assets In al-Qaeda, White Helmet Groups

By Brandon Turbeville As more and more information comes out regarding the Caravan of Evil (i.e. the evacuation of the White Helmets from Southwestern Syria to Jordan and Israel and then on to Europe), there is also more and more...

/ July 31, 2018

“The Tech Bloodbath” – 10 Facts About This Tech Stock Crash That Will Take Your Breath Away

By Michael Snyder Thanks to crashing tech stocks, Americans have lost hundreds of billions of dollars in paper wealth over the past three trading days.  As you will see below, we have just witnessed “the biggest market cap loss in...

/ July 31, 2018

Fantasia 2018 Review: LIFECHANGER, Emotional Tragedy Under a Body Switching Horror Guise

Wherever Drew goes a body is sure to follow. Not just sure, a body has to follow. Drew has to transport himself from body to body if he wants to live; he is convinced he will die if he does...

/ July 31, 2018

Will Blockchain Protect the World Economy from Financial Crises?

In the blockchain movement’s ideology, the 2008 financial crisis holds a special spot. A critical juncture in the history of global capitalism, it readily provides a bedrock narrative that justifies the very purpose of a decentralized digital currency. This is...

/ July 31, 2018

Edge of Belgravia Shiroi Hana Knife Set: Price, Specs, Release Date

Glimpse your reflection on the mirror-like surface of a Shiroi Hana knife, and you’ll see your most glamorous culinary aspirations glittering back at you. The newest collection from Edge of Belgravia is a $299 set of six steel slicers inspired...

/ July 31, 2018