Conspiracy-dismissing media hypes UFO coverup disclosure effort

    Fueled by a series of stories in the New York Times, the legacy media have recently piloted their often painfully conventional craft into largely uncharted territory with extensive coverage of the mysterious phenomena known as unidentified flying objects (UFOs). While certainly a fascinating subject, the timing of the Times' UFO articles (and "teaching … Continue reading Conspiracy-dismissing media hypes UFO coverup disclosure effort

‘Performance artist’ Alex Jones ‘playing a character,’ his lawyer says

Alex Jones, radio show host and founder of the popular fringe news site InfoWars.com, has long been a controversial figure -- for everything from his outspoken support for President Donald Trump to his promotion of outlandish conspiracy theories such as the idea that extraterrestrial reptilian shapeshifters secretly rule the world. Jones has not only stoked … Continue reading ‘Performance artist’ Alex Jones ‘playing a character,’ his lawyer says

Keith Alexander at Bilderberg: Private citizen or public official?

It's been public knowledge for some time that Keith Alexander, the retired general and former director of the National Security Agency, has on several occasions attended the prestigious and secretive annual Bilderberg meetings. Alexander last went in 2014, when the conference was held in Copenhagen, Denmark. What is less clear, however, as new documents surface, … Continue reading Keith Alexander at Bilderberg: Private citizen or public official?

Legal settlement shows Bohemian Grove contradictions

The Bohemian Grove in Monte Rio, California, has long been the subject of conspiracy theories. The fact that some of America's most powerful figures meet annually at the Grove for a secretive retreat (soon to convene for this year) that involves dressing in robes and participating in a "Cremation of Care" ceremony before a massive … Continue reading Legal settlement shows Bohemian Grove contradictions

Complications of Letting A.I. Take the Wheel

Self-driving cars will likely soon be a common sight on roads throughout America and the rest of the world. But as these autonomous vehicles become a reality, their introduction to the market and to real-world driving situations raises safety and ethical questions. The extent to which self-driving cars will fully replace human-driven ones remains unclear. … Continue reading Complications of Letting A.I. Take the Wheel

Elites Wrap Up Busy Bilderberg Weekend

A sampling of the rich and powerful of Europe and America gathered in Dresden, Germany over the weekend to discuss, among other things, the "geo-politics of energy and commodity prices" and "technological innovation." It was the 64th annual Bilderberg Meeting, and despite predictable attempts to maintain secrecy, the conference provided some surprises. One of the most remarkable … Continue reading Elites Wrap Up Busy Bilderberg Weekend

New Documents Raise More Boston Bombing Questions

Three years after the Boston Marathon bombing, previously undisclosed documents continue to emerge that challenge official explanations of circumstances surrounding the terrorist attack, specifically relating to actions of the FBI. In the aftermath of the bombing, it was widely reported that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the older of the two brothers sought in connection with the attack who … Continue reading New Documents Raise More Boston Bombing Questions

Bilderberg Details Elusive as Dresden Meeting Nears

While the news cycle focuses on the U.S. presidential election and Democratic primaries, another event this week may influence the course of world events equally if not more, though it's hard to say, given its secrecy. The 2016 meeting of the Bilderberg Group kicks off in Dresden, Germany this Thursday and lasts through the weekend. … Continue reading Bilderberg Details Elusive as Dresden Meeting Nears

Another Day, Another Drill

Special Operations forces from multiple countries were in Florida Wednesday, firing off hundreds of rounds and rappelling down the sides of buildings "as they attempted to rescue the mayor" of Tampa. "The operation was, of course, an exercise," the Washington Post reports, "but it was also a public spectacle for a force that has tried desperately … Continue reading Another Day, Another Drill