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VALLEYWIGGLE IS THE ULTIMATE SOURCE OF INSIDE NEWS ON SILICON VALLEY, TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES AND PUBLIC ISSUES Read More

WHITE HOUSE HIDES WHITE HOUSE PETITION OUT OF EMBARRASSMENT

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A WHITE HOUSE PETITION WAS READY FOR YOUR SIGNATURE- BUT NOW YOU CAN’T COME TO THE WHITE HOUSE WEBSITE TO SIGN TO REQUEST A SPECIAL PROSECUTOR TO EXAMINE CORRUPTION IN WASHINGTON DC We wanted to let you know about a new petition we created on We the People, a new feature on WhiteHouse.gov, and ask Read More

About The Take-Down

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43 well-known public officials and business men engaged in an epic crime using taxpayer dollars. Law enforcement, news media and the public tracked, hunted and began interdicting the crime careers of every single one of them. As of today, 70% of them have been legally taken-down. Every one of them will face public, federal, state Read More

ANTI GOOGLE BUS DEMANDS OF THE PUBLIC SET FOR THE NEXT PROTEST

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ANTI GOOGLE BUS DEMANDS OF THE PUBLIC SET FOR THE NEXT PROTEST – February 9, 2016   Join The Anti-Google Event on February 9!     Recently the San Francisco Board of Supervisors revisited San Francisco’s new Commuter Shuttle Program, which regulates commuter shuttles commonly known as “Google buses.” The new legislation faced a massive Read More

How the FBI Could Force DOJ to Prosecute Hillary Clinton

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How the FBI Could Force DOJ to Prosecute Hillary Clinton   by Jim Geraghty   Could the Hillary Clinton e-mail saga end with FBI Director James Comey resigning in protest? Ken Cuccinelli, the former attorney general of Virginia, knows the laws regarding classified information firsthand. In his private practice, Cuccinelli defended a Marine lieutenant colonel Read More

Backlash builds against Google tax deal

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Backlash builds against Google tax deal   George Parker and Vanessa Houlder in London for THE FINANCIAL TIMES       Downing Street distanced itself on Monday from George Osborne’s claim that the tax deal with Google represented “a major success”, amid growing criticism of the settlement. Google’s agreement to pay £130m in back taxes Read More

Is Elon Musk Google's bitch or Vice Versa?

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Google and Elon Musk both bribe the same politicians. Each owns part of the companies of the other. The bag men and money people, for both, are the same people. They both exploit Afghan war profiteering mining deals. They both have “driver-less” car projects which solicit federal cash to exploit lithium mined from Afghanistan, that Read More

The Afghan Papers – Part 18

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 http://newamericamedia.org/2010/07/afghanistans-lithium-pakistans-loss.php Afghanistan’s Lithium, Pakistan’s Loss Pakistan Link, Commentary, Dr. Ghulam M. Haniff, Posted: Jul 26, 2010 The discovery of lithium and other minerals in Afghanistan next door should be a real bonanza for Pakistan which acts as the entry point for that landlocked nation. Unfortunately, that is not going to happen, not at least in Read More

The Afghan Papers – Part 10

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Feature The future of Silicon Valley may lie in the mountains of Afghanistan Richard Byrne Reilly March 20, 2014 9:15 AM Tags: Andrew Chung, Apple, Donald R. Sadoway, editor’s pick, Jay Jacobs, Khosla Ventures, lithium, Lithium Exploration Group, lithium-ion batteries, Michel Chossudovsky, Tesla, Tesla Motors, top-stories Above: An Italian helicopter flies over western Afghanistan during an Read More

The Afghan Papers – Part 8

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Money as a weapons System How U.S. Commanders Spent $2 Billion of Petty Cash in Afghanistan By Megan McCloskey, Mike Tigas, Ryann Grochowski Jones, Sisi Wei, Jeff Larson, ProPublica, and Ingrid Burrington, Special to ProPublica, May 15, 2015 The military’s mantra for Afghanistan was “winning hearts and minds.” And a key part of that strategy Read More

The Afghan Papers – Part 7

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Taxpayers Fund Yet Another Unneeded Building in Afghanistan The U.S. military shelled out millions before deciding the project was unnecessary, bringing the total for unused buildings spotted by the Inspector General for Afghanistan to nearly $42 million. by Megan McCloskey ProPublica, Sep. 3, 2015, 7 a.m. 14 Comments Print Print This is part of an Read More

The Afghan Papers- Part 3

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The U.S. Spent a Half Billion on Mining in Afghanistan With ‘Limited Progress’ The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction has labelled yet another project in danger of failing. This time its U.S. plans to develop the country’s oil, gas and minerals industries. by Megan McCloskey ProPublica, Jan. 14, 2016, 12:49 p.m. 5 Comments Print Read More

GAWKER MEDIA SHOWN TO BE HIRED CHARACTER ASSASSINATION SERVICE IN NEW LAWSUIT

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Is this the nail in the coffin of Gawker? http://www.scribd.com/doc/296075078/Terrill-v-Gawker-Complaint Gawker media tried to kill Hulk Hogan, Sarah Palin, Sean of Napster, Scott Redmond, The Cable TV Industry, AT&T and an army of targets that competed with Gawkers covert clients. According to new lawsuits, Gawker Media is a hired character assassination service. The shocker though, Read More

Text of the Speech About Corruption Presented To The California State Capitol

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  Text From The Speech at The California State Capitol:         “Organized Crime”   “Corruption”     “Racketeering”     These are supposed to be the domain of prime time TV plots, not the daily “To Do” list of elected officials.     As taxpayers, state-born residents and original state business founders, Read More

Google and the Spy: How a spoonful of dirt almost destroyed America

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Google and the Spy: How a spoonful of dirt almost destroyed America By Tom Enders, Bradley Pogue, Wendy Offerman and Dave Chen. Originally submitted for The Guardian. The White House just announced that billions and billions of dollars would be reserved for Tesla and Google’s self driving cars (Both companies having been funded by the Read More

The CIA-backed start-up that's taking over Palo Alto

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  The CIA-backed start-up that’s taking over Palo Alto – Founder charged with horrific rape and sexual psychological warfare tricks   Ari Levy | Josh Lipton Palantir invades Palo Alto</p> <p>Palantir is one of the most secretive startups in Silicon Valley, and now it’s taking over the city of Palo Alto. But why?  Downtown Palo Read More

(VIDEO) How To Sue Google

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Elon Musk’s Powerwall Would Take Almost 40 Years To Pay For Itself

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Elon Musk’s Powerwall Would Take Almost 40 Years To Pay For Itself Andrew Follett Energy and Environmental Reporter         Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk reveals a Tesla Energy battery for businesses and utility companies during an event in Hawthorne, California April 30, 2015. Tesla Motors Inc unveiled Tesla Energy – a suite Read More

THE HORRIBLE TRUTH: "Those with broadband vote with the Democrats"

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Obama-phone people tried to include Obama-Net free internet in the free telecom plan but GOP killed it ## DNC orders it’s FCC reps to get all of America on high-speed broadband because the more people can surf their own media, the more they vote Democratic GOP-Controlled Cable companies go crazy about DNC-Controlled FCC and Google Read More

The Gigafactory: Death In The Desert

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The Gigafactory: Death In The Desert By The University of Nevada, The University of Arizona, The Utah Brigade, Kelly Aston, Donald Ames and Varin Singh When reporter Andy Barron was attacked and beat-up by Elon Musk’s hench-men at the construction site for the Nevada Tesla “Gigafactory”, the toxic secret about Tesla’s dirty plans started to Read More

CHARGES AGAINST THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

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Various Plaintiffs are sharing information with each other’s legal teams and investigators. In the multiple cases, the charges against The State Of California and it’s executives and contractors include the following issues. Absolute proof, evidential materials, witness testimony, technical analysis results, criminal investigation documents, government ethics investigation documents from multiple nations, private investigation records, subpeona-verified Read More

WIRED – EU Formally Accuses Google of Antitrust Violations and Mafia-like Behaviour

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EU Formally Accuses Google of Antitrust Violations Click to Open Overlay GalleryEuropean competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager gives a press conference at European Commission headquarters in Brussels on November 20, 2014. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Five years ago the European Union began an investigation into whether Google violated its antitrust laws. Now it has finally brought charges against Read More

Guardian – Google's Android under antitrust investigation by FTC

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Google’s Android under antitrust investigation by FTC Federal Trade Commission will see if operating system has been privileging its products over competitors’ in second inquiry into Google in less than three years Google has also been target of several recent complaints against its advertising networks. Photograph: Britta Pedersen/dpa/Corbis Sam Thielman in New York @samthielman For Read More

Google accused of abusing search dominance

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Google accused of abusing search dominance in India Preliminary findings of three year old probe submitted to country’s competition commission includes allegations of illegal self-promotion Google is facing allegations in Europe that it rigged its shopping results to the detriment of rivals. Photograph: Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Associated Press Tuesday 1 September 2015 04.09 EDT Share on Read More

Protected: CASE #1

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DuPont’s deadly deceit: The decades-long cover-up behind the “world’s most slippery material”

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  Salon DuPont’s deadly deceit: The decades-long cover-up behind the “world’s most slippery material” For decades DuPont operated above the EPA and knowingly concealed the dangers of Teflon exposure Sharon Kelly, Earth Island Journal Share Post 31 Topics: Earth Island Journal, dupont, Teflon, Sustainability News, Working Ahead News, Social News, Business News, Life News, News, Read More