Mark Zuckerberg Storms Into The Trump 'Muslim Ban' Scandal, Tells Muslims "You Are Always Welcome Here"

Moments ago, the latest high profile media figure to boldly go into the rapidly spreading Trump "ban Muslims" scandal, was none other than Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who in a post on his social network, took the other side of Trump declaring that "Muslims are always welcome here" and that Facebook will "fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you." It was not immediately clear if the "community" he was welcoming Muslims to is the United States or the online world of Facebook ad clickers. 

How Many People Were Shot Near Your Home This Year: Find Out With This Interactive Map

In the wake of last week’s massacre in San Bernardino, gun violence is once again the topic du jour in America. 

Gun control crusaders claim the problem is easy access to firearms while gun advocates say America would actually be safer if more responsible citizens obtained concealed carry permits. In between the two extremes are those who support tougher background checks and/or limits on what type of firearms citizens should legally be allowed to purchase. 

How Hillary Clinton Abused Her State Department Role To Help Her Hedge Funder Son-In-Law

While Hillary Clinton may have had some entertaining problems when using her Blackberry (or was that iPad) as US Secretary of State, one thing she excelled at was nepotism.

According to the latest set of emails released by the State Department, and first reported by the Daily Caller, Hillary intervened in a request forwarded by her son-in-law, Marc Mezvisnky, on behalf of a deep-sea mining firm, Neptune Minerals, to meet with her or other State Department officials.

The Screaming Fundamentals For Owning Gold

Submitted by Chris Martenson via,

Every year or two we update this report, which lays out the investment thesis for gold. Here is this year's version.


Silver is touched upon only as necessary; as a separate report of equal scope is required for that precious metal.


Australian Police Storm Home Of Outed Bitcoin "Founder"

Australian Police Storm Home Of Outed Bitcoin "Founder"

On Tuesday, Wired and Gizmodo revealed the identity of the man they say is Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin. 

Although they stop short of saying that the “trove” of evidence obtained from Gwern Branwen (another pseudonym), an independent security researcher and dark web analyst is conclusive, they seem all but certain that Nakamoto is actually a 44-year-old Australian named Craig Steven Wright. 


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