Californians Flee The State In Droves And Flock To Texas

Californians Flee The State In Droves And Flock To Texas By Mac Slavo Californians are fleeing the state in droves to avoid the massive tax burden and oppressing business policies of the totalitarian state. Of the 700,000 who fled California last year, 10% ended up in Texas, which is a much more business-friendly state. And it isn’t just individuals who are leaving.  As Zerohedge reported, the influx of Californians should come as no surprise, as businesses have been migrating out of the high-tax, high-crime, heavily regulated state for cheaper pastures.…

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“Shadow Banning” Is Written Into Twitter’s New Terms

“Shadow Banning” Is Written Into Twitter’s New Terms By Mac Slavo Twitter has written “shadow banning” aka, censorship, into their new terms.  The platform will now intentionally “limit the visibility” of some users. Expect those who dissent from the official narrative to be the ones censored. Critics have accused Twitter of censorship for quite some time now.  But this time, it’s official. The company has admitted they will attempt to silence those critical of the ruling class. According to RT, the news terms will be taking effect in January of…

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Facebook App Is Secretly Accessing iPhone Users’ Camera

Facebook App Is Secretly Accessing iPhone Users’ Camera By Mac Slavo While unsuspecting iPhone users read their daily dose of mainstream media news, the Facebook app is secretly accessing the camera on their smartphones. But Facebook says not to worry: it’s only a bug… Users, however, are rightly concerned that Facebook is recording them as they use the app. Unlike on Apple’s computers, there is no indicator when an app is accessing the camera, so it is possible for an app to do so in secret, as reported by The…

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DARPA Seeks “Militarized Microbes” So They Can Spread Genetically Modified Bacteria

DARPA Seeks “Militarized Microbes” So They Can Spread Genetically Modified Bacteria By Mac Slavo The Pentagon’s DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) wants to be able to spread genetically modified bacteria as “explosives sensors.” The United States government could very well be looking into ways to militarize microbes. The Pentagon has teamed up with Raytheon for this project, which seems like it should come straight out of a dystopian science fiction story. The government wants to develop a system capable of delivering genetically modified bacteria underground, according to a report…

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DHS Expects To Have The Biometrics Data of 259 Million People by 2022

DHS Expects To Have The Biometrics Data of 259 Million People by 2022 By Mac Slavo The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) expects to have face, fingerprint, and iris scans of at least 259 million people in its biometrics database by 2022. Is there any way to escape the mass surveillance and tracking that George Orwell warned us all about in his iconic book, 1984? The Orwellian police state is upon us, but don’t expect it to improve at all.  In fact, as George Orwell said: “If you want…

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NBC Uses Propaganda To Promote The “Benefits” Of Microchipping

NBC Uses Propaganda To Promote The “Benefits” Of Microchipping By Mac Slavo Mainstream media has become nothing more than government propaganda outlets, as evidenced by NBC‘s obvious promotion of microchipping.  The media outlet is hailing the benefits of getting implanted with a microchip, negating the need for your wallet. NBC‘s segment on microchipping began by pointing out that people who have taken the chip do not need to carry keys, ID, credit cards or money. It points out that embedding microchips in humans have long been a feature of dystopian…

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Odd Economic Numbers: Consumer Confidence Falls, But Consumer Spending Remains High

Odd Economic Numbers: Consumer Confidence Falls, But Consumer Spending Remains High By Mac Slavo While consumer confidence has fallen yet again, consumer spending remains high.  In fact, for the third straight month, consumers have been losing confidence in the markets, yet they haven’t curtailed their spending. Optimism about job prospects and business conditions down the road grow weaker The Conference Board said Tuesday. Its consumer confidence index edged down to 125.9 in October, compared with 126.3 in September. Perceptions about the present situation improved, but future expectations are still volatile,…

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Housing Market Flashes Recession Warning

Housing Market Flashes Recession Warning By Mac Slavo The housing market has started flashing a recession warning. The gap between home prices and income are currently pointing to a recession by the 2020 election. According to Benn Steil, the director of international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, a dynamic similar to the one in 2008 is currently playing out.  “Looking back at the years preceding the 2008 financial crisis, a critical warning sign was the surging gap between the growth in home prices and household income,” Steil wrote…

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U.S. Navy Admits Videos Of UFOs Are Real And “Unidentified”

U.S. Navy Admits Videos Of UFOs Are Real And “Unidentified” By Mac Slavo For the first time, the U.S. Navy has acknowledged that the three UFO videos that were released by former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge and published by The New York Times are of real “unidentified” objects.  The U.S. government is finally, albeit slowly, acknowledging that there may be non-man-made objects flying around Earth. “The Navy considers the phenomena contained/depicted in those three videos as unidentified,” Navy spokesman Joseph Gradisher told The Black Vault, a website dedicated to declassified government documents. Gradisher added…

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Trade War Has Killed 300,000 Jobs And Cost Americans Over $1.6 Billion

Trade War Has Killed 300,000 Jobs And Cost Americans Over $1.6 Billion By Mac Slavo The trade war has so far killed off about 300,000 jobs and cost Americans about $1.6 billion in tariffs. The taxes are driving up prices and businesses are cutting workers to make ends meet in the face of rising costs. There will be no winner in this trade war, and already the United States looks a lot like the loser. Casualties are coming in the form of farm bankruptcies and lost jobs, not to mention…

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