Mike Malloy - Inside Virginia’s Church-Burning Werewolf White Supremacist Cult

America's poorest white town: abandoned by coal, swallowed by drugs |

"Karen Jennings patted her heavily made up face, put on a sardonic smile and said she thought she looked good after all she’d been through. “I was an alcoholic first. I got drunk and fell in the creek and broke my back. Then I got hooked on the painkillers,” the 59-year-old grandmother said. Over the years, Jennings’ back healed but her addiction to powerful opioids remained. After the prescriptions dried up, she was drawn to the underground drug trade that defines eastern Kentucky today as coal, oil and timber once did. Jennings spoke with startling frankness about her part in a plague gripping the isolated, fading towns dotting this part of Appalachia. Frontier communities steeped in the myth of self-reliance are now blighted by addiction to opioids – “hillbilly heroin” to those who use them. It’s a dependency bound up with economic despair and financed in part by the same welfare system that is staving off economic collapse across much of eastern Kentucky. It’s a crisis that crosses generations."

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Trump: Let’s Round Up The ‘Wetbacks,’ Drop Them In The Desert Like We Did In the 50’s |

: "During last’s night appalling mockery of a “debate”, Donald Trump used the stage to once again spew the xenophobic hate-speech he is so well-known for. When he announced his candidacy for the Republican ticket this summer, he did so by calling Mexicans “rapists and criminals.” His blatant racism catapulted him to the front of the GOP polls, and his refusal to back away from his preposterous claims has kept him there. Last night, with pathological liar Ben Carson creeping up on him in the polls, Trump decided he’d better remind the paranoid and delusional Republican voter base why they love him so much by endorsing Dwight D. Eisenhower’s “Operation Wetback.” While disputing John Kasich’s statement that deporting millions of undocumented immigrants wasn’t an “adult argument,” Trump praised Eisenhower’s controversial deportation program:"

10 Distortions, Misrepresentations and Outright Lies in the 4th GOP Debate

 "Tuesday night, millions of Americans watched two rounds of Republican Party presidential debates – first a debate among candidates who have failed to achieve more than one percent in national polls, and second a debate among relative frontrunners. Both debates offered a window into an entirely different world, completely unrelated to the world we actually live in. Candidates made statement after statement that contained distortions, misstatements, untruths, and outright lies. Here are the biggest whoppers:"

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What Went Wrong With The South Is What Went Wrong With America |

 "What went wrong is centuries of enslavement and systemic discrimination that resulted in the immense disparities we see today — but most news stories don't capture that context. What went wrong with the Deep South is, in many ways, what went wrong with America. In the South, the effects of our nation's enduring racism are most apparent, and it's hard to overstate the continued legacy of slavery. The American economy was built on the wealth created by a violent system of free labor. The economic motivation for that system was most apparent in the agricultural South, and so people in this region went to increasingly great lengths over time to preserve it in spite of contradictions with American ideals of equality. The narrative of racial difference that was created to justify that system is still with us."

What Hypocrite Ted Cruz Doesn't Want You To Know

"Designed by UCampaign, the app gives the user news about the Cruz campaign, provides a calendar of upcoming events and awards points for taking actions like posting pro-Cruz messages on social media. It also asks users to provide access to their phone’s contact list and attempts to gather information about the social networks they belong to and the groups of friends they interact with on social media. Sign up for Cruz’s Crew and the first thing the app asks for is access to your phone’s contact list. A whopping 250 points is awarded for that information. A contribution to the Cruz campaign will only get you 10 points. Chris Wilson, the director of the Cruz campaign’s research and analytics, said, “The idea was to gamify campaign activities. That’s kind of a new word that means create games and challenges around doing things that have always driven a political campaign. … While we don’t keep anything that they share, what it does allow us to do is identify within a person’s contact list, those voters that may be part of our core targeting list."

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White Supremacists Arrested Over Plot To Start A Race War By Shooting Up Black Churches

"A Chesterfield home around 11 00 a.m. Sunday, according to neighbors. “I walked to the end of the cul-de-sac, and saw 15 police cars, marked and unmarked, and K-9’s searching,” said a a woman who preferred to not give her name. “There were people wearing camo and carrying big weapons.” CBS 6 reports: The documents reveal that, Robert Doyle and Ronald Beasley Chaney and others ascribing to a white supremacist version of the Asatru faith met inside a home on Candlewick Lane. The FBI received information that during a meeting there in late September members discussed acting out their extremist beliefs by shooting or bombing occupants of black churches and Jewish synagogues and plotting to kill an Oklahoma gun store owner. Doyle met with Charles Halderman of Henrico to plot the murder of a local jeweler, rob an armored truck and harm a Virginia gun store owner, according to documents"

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Ben Carson Admits To Fabricating That Story About Being Admitted To West Point

 "As it happens, Carson’s application and acceptance into the U.S. Military Academy at West Point never happened. Politico reports: The academy has occupied a central place in Carson’s tale for years. According to a story told in Carson’s book, “Gifted Hands,” the then-17 year old was introduced in 1969 to Gen. William Westmoreland, who had just ended his command of U.S. forces in Vietnam, and the two dined together. That meeting, according to Carson’s telling, was followed by a “full scholarship” to the military academy. West Point, however, has no record of Carson applying, much less being extended admission. “In 1969, those who would have completed the entire process would have received their acceptance letters from the Army Adjutant General,” said Theresa Brinkerhoff, a spokeswoman for the academy. She said West Point has no records that indicate Carson even began the application process. “If he chose to pursue (the application process) then we would have records indicating such,” she said. Carson’s campaign conceded the story was false when presented with this evidence"

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Official Anonymous group releases KKK list

"Ever since members of the Ku Klux Klan threatened Ferguson protesters last year, hacktivist collective Anonymous has been promising to hack KKK websites and release the information they find to the public. As of a few minutes ago, that information has been officially released. “We need to make room for important, blunt, honest, public, productive conversation. Violent bigotry IS a problem in the United States. This is not a colorblind society,” Anonymous’ #OpKKK organizers wrote in an official statement. “Part of the reason we have taken the hoods off of these individuals is not because of their identities, but because of what their hoods symbolize to us in our broader society.” The five official Twitter accounts affiliated with Anonymous’ long-awaited #OpKKK/#HoodsOff operation have released names they claim are active members of the Ku Klux Klan. @Operation_KKK, @encrypted_six, @Anon6k, @AnonInside, and @Anonyopnews are the same accounts that disavowed Monday’s Pastebin dump by a lone wolf hacker unaffiliated with Anonymous, all of whom stated the only research they stand by is their own. Since Tuesday, US Uncut has been in direct communication with one of the members of Anonymous behind #OpKKK, who says the names released today have been thoroughly vetted and independently verified. In an encrypted chat session, the Anonymous member explained that KKK members were identified via IP addresses that were obtained by hacking several official KKK websites."

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Mike Huckabee Can’t Stop Talking About Sex

"Like generations of middle schoolers and Michael Scott before him, repressed Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee just cannot stop saying weird things about sex. During his podcast, Huckabee Exclusive, the former Arkansas governor and sex-haver (he’s got 3 children!) took issue with Bill Gates’s assertion that it’s the government, not the private sector, that has historically been responsible for technological innovation. As proof of this, Huck noted that the private sector was behind most life-improving technologies, including Viagra. “Really?” Huckabee said, according to BuzzFeed. “So, Solyndra was a brilliant investment? Think of every recent innovation that’s made your life better. Some might say Microsoft, but I prefer Apple. There’s the iPad, the iPhone, there’s eBay, Amazon, Uber, even Viagra. How many were developed by the government?"

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Fox News Blames Hillary Clinton For Russian Plane Crash – Because Benghazi!

"It’s not easy to blame Hillary Clinton for a bomb that came on board a Russian aircraft in Egypt– and work in Benghazi - but Fox News found a way! CNN reported tonight that U.S. intelligence assessments suggest that someone planted a bomb on the plane before takeoff at Sharm el-Sheikh airport in Egypt and it is believed that whoever was behind it “took advantage of lax security or had someone complicit at the airport.” But Bill O’Reilly – feigning reluctance to talk about the story – hinted that Republicans should use this incidence against Clinton in the 2016 presidential campaign. He was helped in that effort by Fox News reporter Ed Henry. “I’ve been staying away from this story because I don’t want to give ISIS any kind of publicity that might help this terror group,” O’Reilly said during a discussion with Henry. But on Fox, smearing Clinton trumps national security concerns!"

Ben Carson Whines That 'Secular Progressives' Are Ridiculing His Pyramid Theory

"I hate to break it to Ben Carson, but "secular progressives" aren't the only ones mocking him for the litany of ridiculous remarks that come rolling out of his mouth week after week. CNN caught up to Carson at a book signing this Thursday, and the good doctor doubled down on his claim that the pyramids were really built for grain storage: Ben Carson: My ideas about creationism and pyramids are ‘not silly at all’ — they’re in the Bible:"

Did GOP Insiders Steal the Kentucky Governor's Race for Tea Partier Matt Bevin?t

We see, again, the nightmare scenario I've warned about for so many years: a U.S. election where all of the pre-election polls suggest Candidate X is set to win, but Candidate Y ends up winning by a huge margin instead and nobody even bothers to verify that the computer tabulated results accurately reflect the intent of the voters. That's exactly what happened in Kentucky on Tuesday, where Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway was leading by a fair margin (about 3 to 5 points) in almost every pre-election poll in his race for Governor, but then ended up being announced as the loser to 'Tea Party' Republican candidate Matt Bevin by a landslide (almost 9 points) --- according to the state's 100% unverified computer tabulation systems."

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The Rude Pundit: Republican Candidates Are Goddamn Titty Babies About the Debates (Part 2: Titty Babies Suckling)

We can probably all agree that the Republican candidates running for president are, with some exceptions, whiny-ass titty babies, screaming for more titty even if they just got fed. If they ain't got a mouthful of nipple, then they are gonna throw a fit. The idea that they would get together to demand better treatment from the corporate-owned networks and newspapers hosting their debates is not unlike a group of first-graders forming a More Individual Hamster Time PAC. And the things that many of the candidates agreed on are hilariously petty. For example, the candidates don't want you to know that they do, in fact, have to piss and shit. In a letter drafted by Republican lawyer Ben Ginsberg (also known as the pig fucker who was George W. Bush's lead counsel in 2000), the networks are told not to "describe how far away the bathrooms are." Why? Because we'd then know if Jeb Bush is taking an epic flop dump after getting spanked by Trump and Rubio? Or we'd know that Ben Carson is probably shooting up back there while John Kasich does rails of Adderall off the toilet seat?"

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The Rude Pundit: Republican Candidates Are Goddamn Titty Babies About the Debates (Part 1: History Old and New)

"Check this out. It's a question to Democratic candidate Jimmy Carter during a debate with President Gerald Ford in October 1976: "Governor, by all indications, the voters are so turned off by this election campaign so far that only half intend to vote. One major reason for this apathetic electorate appears to be the low level at which this campaign has been conducted. It has digressed frequently from important issues into allegations of blunder and brainwashing and fixations on lust and Playboy. What responsibility do you accept for the low level of this campaign for the nation's highest office?" That's a fucked up question right there. It alludes to Carter's interview with Playboy magazine, when it was still filled with nekkid womens, and Carter saying that he had committed "adultery in my heart many times" (which really just means, "Yeah, I've looked at hot people and thought, 'Damn, I'd totally tap that.'" Who among us cannot say the same?). The questioner was Robert Maynard, a barrier-breaking African American journalist and Washington Post columnist who would later own the Oakland Tribune and lead it to a Pulitzer Prize. And what did Carter do? Did he get all huffy and bloviate about how questions like that have nothing to do with the campaign and how dare Maynard ask it and what the hell is it with all these liberal journalists and their "gotcha" questions? No, he didn't. He answered the fucking question, which is what you do. Carter talked about the disenchantment with public officials post-Watergate and then he said that he had screwed up sometimes: "I've been campaigning for twenty-two months - I've made some mistakes. And I think this is part of just being a human being." You want something more recent? How about Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton debating during the contest for the Democratic nomination in 2008 on ABC? Here's a question that Charles Gibson asked Obama regarding the then-senator's relationship with a Chicago pastor, Reverend Jeremiah Wright (if you don't remember him, children, he was the mean Negro Christian preacher who said mean things about the United States which proved that Obama was totally a black Muslim bent on starting a race war): "[I]f you knew he got rough in sermons, why did it take you more than a year to publicly disassociate yourself from his remarks?" Obama answered the fucking question, which is what you do. Now, here's a question that so offended somnolent surgeon Ben Carson at the CNBC debate last week. It has to do with Carson's relationship with a company called Mannatech: "They offered claims that they could cure autism, cancer, they paid $7 million to settle a deceptive marketing lawsuit in Texas, and yet your involvement continued. Why?" Carson gave some bullshit answer that didn't begin to cover the extent of his relationship with the snake oil salespeople. "

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Everything We Have Been Taught About Human Origins Is A Lie

"I’m not here to say I have all the answers, far from it. I am however, here to suggest that everyone interested in questions like, “Who built the giant megalithic structures that modern “science” cannot explain,” “How do we have artifacts and structures that pre-date when modern “science” says mankind’s existence began,” or “Why does modern “science” refuse to investigate certain artifacts and megalithic structures?” all have a common enemy: Those who are orchestrating the largest cover-up in human history.  The following video was praised by Michael Rogers of “Library Journal” who said, “It’s Indiana Jones meets The X-Files in this intriguing program that tackles the age-old question “Where did we come from?” Fascinating viewing! Highly recommended!” The creators of the Emmy Award Winning Mystery of the Sphinx present a revolutionary new film that examines one of our greatest mysteries: Man’s origins. Hosted by Charlton Heston, this film challenges what we are being taught about human evolution and the rise of early civilization. A new breed of scientific investigators present startling evidence that the academic community has quietly ignored.  Then after the video, Graham Pick present even MORE evidence that Everything You Were Ever Taught Was A Lie! Finally, at the end of the article by Graham Pick, you will find more links that merge the questions, “Who are we, and where did our civilization come from,” and “Who is determined to make sure archeological evidence of those origins never come to light.” Everything from the Giants of Genesis: Chapter 6 to ancient alien theories are covered within."

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Mike Malloy - Springtime For Grifters

Indonesia is burning. So why is the world looking away?

"I’ve often wondered how the media would respond when eco-apocalypse struck. I pictured the news programmes producing brief, sensational reports, while failing to explain why it was happening or how it might be stopped. Then they would ask their financial correspondents how the disaster affected share prices, before turning to the sport. As you can probably tell, I don’t have an ocean of faith in the industry for which I work. What I did not expect was that they would ignore it. Indonesia fires: Widodo visits haze-hit zone as country becomes worst polluter Read more A great tract of Earth is on fire. It looks as you might imagine hell to be. The air has turned ochre: visibility in some cities has been reduced to 30 metres. Children are being prepared for evacuation in warships; already some have choked to death. Species are going up in smoke at an untold rate. It is almost certainly the greatest environmental disaster of the 21st century – so far."

Do Indian Lives Matter? Police Violence Against Native Americans

"With all our talk about police violence aimed at poor and minority communities, we have yet to talk about the group most likely to be killed by law enforcement: Native Americans. Native American men are incarcerated at four times the rate of white men and Native American women are sent to prison at six times the rate of white women. Those are pretty stunning statistics on their own. Even more stunning is that although Native Americans comprise only .8% of the population, with these elevated rates of police encounters, they make up three out of the top five top age-groups that are most likely to be killed by law enforcement."

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10 Popular Chocolate Brands that Exploit Child Slaves

"Americans spend over a billion dollars every Halloween on chocolate, accounting for 10% of most chocolate company’s annual revenue. And the average American citizen eats over 11 pounds of chocolate a year. So this Halloween, use your money to let them know that child slavery will not be tolerated by American consumers. Last September, a lawsuit was filed against eight companies – including Hershey, Mars, and Nestle – alleging that the companies were duping consumers into “unwittingly” funding the child slave labor trade in West Africa, home to two-thirds of the world’s cacao beans."

Rand Paul, Ted Cruz to campaign for presidency, destruction of country, from Senate floor

It's now up to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (and Democrats) to pass the budget and debt ceiling deal that keeps the nation from defaulting on our debts next Tuesday, when we bump up against the current ceiling. He's got some challenges from his hardliners, but mostly from Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) who smells a great fundraising opportunity here for his presidential campaign."


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Haunted by Sex Scandals, Could David Vitter Face Political Grim Reaper?

While other pols have succumbed to death by sexual misadventure, the GOP senior senator from Louisiana has stood as an astonishing example of how to cheat the political grim reaper. Often styling himself as a paragon of GOP family values, Teflon Dave not only survived a red-hot sex scandal, he actually thrived in its wake. Democratic congressman Edwin Edwards of Louisiana once famously told reporters that the only way he could lose an election was if “I'm caught in bed with either a dead girl or a live boy.” Senator David Vitter’s 2007 scandal featured not only a dead madam, but widespread rumors of, let us say, very unusual sexual kinks. Yet three years later, he sailed to re-election with a 20-point margin. Now the senator wants to succeed term-limited Bobby Jindal to become governor of Louisiana."

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The Rude Pundit: Cops in the Classroom: How Pathetic Are We?

"There is a simple reason that police officers walk the halls of nearly half of all the schools in this country: ignorant fear. In the post-Columbine world, the abject terror of something so heinous occurring caused legislators to shit themselves around the country and demand a tough law enforcement presence to deal with any serious incident. We didn't do a goddamn thing about the guns. But we sure as shit want the kids to know that they don't have control. So we turned schools into another place where the power of the state is enacted on the bodies of teens, disproportionately non-white, in even the most minor of cases. Anyone who went to school before the hysteria about "safety" can tell you stories about fights or kids being assholes. Hell, let the Rude Pundit tell you one. In middle school in south Louisiana, in a school that was probably a third African American and the rest were white, with a few stray other non-whites, he had a teacher, Ms. Musgrave, and a black kid in the class, Darren, wasn't listening to her when she told him to stop talking. She confronted him and told him to be quiet. He looked her dead in the eyes and said, "You ugly." Ms. Musgrave, whose son had recently died, burst into tears and ran out of the room. No one laughed. No one was able to take out their goddamn, motherfucking phones and film it.  The Rude Pundit told Darren that he was a jerk, and they got into a fight in the classroom that was broken up by a couple of the other kids. "

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John McCain yukking it up with ISIS

John McCain yukking it up with ISIS

The Pitch

It has occurred to me that some of you think I'm running this hideous website because I have nothing else to do. Well some of you are just too dam smart. You've probably been hurt in a previous relationship. That's so sad,but it's really not my concern. Like mama used to say, "You'll know better next time."

So here's the skinny. You'll notice there's no stupid "Donate to this Site" button, and there's good reason, it goes back to that you're just too dam smart thing.

So what I did was plaster this site with all sorts of cheesy banners promoting every thing from pocket knives, Dickie denim jeans, healthy soy snacks, hemp seeds,creative writing software, St. Croix fishing rods and chartreus soft plastic lizards, to places where you can lose everything, betting on horse races, or where you can get a job driving a truck cross country, hauling Chinese made crap and picking up chicks. Someone said the site looked like I-75 in South Georgia.

When you click on a banner and buy something, I get a ham sandwich. That's all, just looking to eat once in a while.

Now here's a suggestion, before you lose everything betting on some dumbass horse race, or leave the wife and youngans and head on down the road in a Peterbuilt, buy yourself a pair of Matrix sunglasses and one of those R Crumb, "Keep on Truckin," T-shirts to wear to your daughter's soccer game. Your daughter will be humiliated as hell, until one of her friends walks over and says, " Your dad is the coolest dad ever."


Here's a catchy tune that may shed some light on what I'm trying to say.