13:08 [Zero Hedge] (E)
"We’re living a financial nightmare... If you have no choice, no voice, and no real options when it comes to the government’s claims on your property and your money, you’re not free..."
17:36 [Red Pill Times] (E)
According to Zerohedge, the 38-year-old founding president of Facebook, Sean Parker, confirmed every ‘big brother’ conspiracy there is about the social media giant, Parker explained how social networks purposely hook users and potentially hurt our brains…
14:35  (E)
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14:28 [Truth News] (E)
The three richest people in the US – Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett – own as much wealth as the bottom half of the US population, or 160 million people.
20:35 [govtslaves] (E)
Ira Wilkins should be a free man. Wilkins has served his time in an Oklahoma prison and is clear for release. But a private court fee collections agency is keeping him behind bars.
15:10 [Sputnik] (E)
Last year the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released the so-called Panama Papers - high-profile cases of money laundering and tax avoidance - and now the story gets its continuation as 13.4 million new documents, dubbed "Paradise Papers", shed light on where the elite hide their wealth.
22:36 [Zero Hedge] (E)
"The nation`s elites are desperate to misdirect us from the financial and power divide that has enriched and empowered them at the expense of the unprotected many...Don`t fall for it!"
12:41 [govtslaves] (E)
News comes like a hurricane. Iraqi forces take Kirkuk, while Syrian Democratic Forces seize Raqqa. Ai Weiwei releases a film about refugees...
2:11 [Covert Geopolitics] (E)
Who avoids the most tax and what does that mean for inequality?
These were the questions asked by two National Bureau of Economic Research working papers submitted this month (Tax Evasion and Inequality and Who Owns the Wealth in Tax Havens?). Both papers are available publicly here.
22:47 [govtslaves] (E)
More than 900,000 homes went dark in Texas last summer because of unpaid bills, almost triple the number 10 years ago. In California last year, it was 714,000, the most on record.