Inside City 40, "The Graveyard of the Earth". Thanks Charles. This is Russia's Los Alamos. It has higher radioactivity than Chernobyl, and has for generations. People live an idyllic life here, mostly their whole lives, though a fair number die young of cancer. Even in the bad days, this was a good place, but you had to disappear from the face of the earth, and your family, to live here. Really interesting.
Notre Dame Professor of Constitutional Studies explains how bright, polite and competent American elite college students are "a generation of know-nothings".
"That's not a bug, it's a feature!" Our establishment really does not want bright Americans thinking about revolution and representative-democracy and weird perversions like that. "Just do good work and don't ask questions! We've got it covered. Vote Clinton!" Thanks again, Charles.
NSA staffer, turned whistle-blower, William Binney, says the NSA has all of Clinton's deleted emails, and may be the source of the leak. The FBI can better ask the NSA for that crap than ask Moscow.
Former Congresswoman from Georgia, and Green Party Presidential Candidate in 2008, Cynthia McKinney, points out the circumstantial evidence that Israel's Mossad was either complicit in or responsible for the recent terrorist attacks (or false-flags) in Munich and Nice. It seems the same photographer was pre-positioned for both events, and got out the ideal quick-and-early pictures and story that makes a false-flag terror-event so effective for mass consciousness. All the answers, right away, sleep on it that night. (Usually they have continuity-folks to prevent this kind of breach-of-cover. Maybe somebody was taking sick-leave or vacation. Anyway, the guy quickly "accidentally deleted" his pictures on multiple websites really quickly, once he was spotted and called-out.) Thanks Colleen.
Satyajit Das has a story with a humdrum title, but he really has excellent information compiled in it. Yes, "The Pieces are Falling Into Place for Another Global Financial Crisis". This is not long.
Depletion is Real; Depletion is Now, and If a Jellyfish stings You, You Know Why, Ugo Bardi
Here are the subtropical (not EVERYTHING dies in winter, so cabbage, lettuce, carrots, onions and snow peas work) garden rotation protocols, which produce and improves the soil in all beds year round, every year. Liberty Garden ("Food-Partial-Security-Garden" lacks a certain ring.)
Preparing for Next Season