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Exxon must turn over climate change documents, Mass. court rules

By Underground | April 21, 2018

The state’s highest court ruled that Massachusetts may probe whether oil and gas giant Exxon Mobil misled investors and the public about the risks of climate change. Even if they did mislead the public, the consequences, if any, will be nothing to a company this size. Source: Exxon must turn over climate … Continue reading Exxon must turn over climate change documents, Mass. court rules

Jordan Peele Uses AI to Create Fake News PSA Featuring Obama

By Underground | April 17, 2018

Jordan Peele used artificial intelligence to create a public service announcement about fake news. In the video, the fake Obama calls Trump a ‘dips**t’ and warns about the dangers of believing everything … Continue reading Jordan Peele Uses AI to Create Fake News PSA Featuring Obama

Donald Trump Ordered Syria Strike Based on a Secret Legal Justification Even Congress Can’t See

By Underground | April 14, 2018

You might think Trump’s bombing of Syria is unconstitutional. The Justice Department says you’re wrong, but the reason why is top secret. Interesting. There are rules in place to prevent a president … Continue reading Donald Trump Ordered Syria Strike Based on a Secret Legal Justification Even Congress Can’t See

These Are The States With April Voter Registration Deadlines For The 2018 Primaries

By Underground | April 12, 2018

As idiotic as it seems, these states require you to register this month otherwise you can’t vote come November. Source: These Are The States With April Voter Registration Deadlines For The 2018 … Continue reading These Are The States With April Voter Registration Deadlines For The 2018 Primaries

Gulf Stream current at its weakest in 1,600 years, studies show

By Underground | April 12, 2018

Warm current that has historically caused dramatic changes in climate is experiencing an unprecedented slowdown and may be less stable than thought – with potentially severe consequences This is not good. Source: … Continue reading Gulf Stream current at its weakest in 1,600 years, studies show

Michigan OKs Nestlé Water Extraction, Despite 80K+ Public Comments Against It

By Underground | April 11, 2018

Many public comments cited a clash between corporate greed and the welfare of people and the environment. Nestlé is seeking to pump 576,000 gallons of water each day from a well in … Continue reading Michigan OKs Nestlé Water Extraction, Despite 80K+ Public Comments Against It

The EU’s latest copyright proposal is so bad, it even outlaws Creative Commons licenses

By Underground | April 11, 2018

The EU’s latest copyright proposal is so bad, it even outlaws Creative Commons licenses The EU has been completely taken over by the entertainment industry. Source: The EU’s latest copyright proposal is … Continue reading The EU’s latest copyright proposal is so bad, it even outlaws Creative Commons licenses

The Libertarian Who Accidentally Helped Make the Case for Regulation

By Underground | April 10, 2018

George Mason economist Alex Tabarrok set out to prove that federal regulations are strangling the economy. That’s not what he found. Interesting read. Source: Washington Monthly | The Libertarian Who Accidentally Helped … Continue reading The Libertarian Who Accidentally Helped Make the Case for Regulation

Department Of Homeland Security Compiling Database Of Journalists And ‘Media Influencers’

By Underground | April 6, 2018

Homeland Security is seeking a contractor to compile a list of both professional journalists and “top media influencers,” which would likely include bloggers and podcasters, and monitor the “sentiment” they’re putting out … Continue reading Department Of Homeland Security Compiling Database Of Journalists And ‘Media Influencers’

China Aims For Near-Total Surveillance, Including in People’s Homes

By Underground | April 3, 2018

Pilot projects have begun linking surveillance cameras and internet-connected devices to a nationwide platform called ‘Sharp Eyes.’ By 2020 China hopes to have facial recognition cameras covering 100% of the cities, including … Continue reading China Aims For Near-Total Surveillance, Including in People’s Homes

Job Guarantee FAQ

By Underground | April 3, 2018

For those of you wondering what a Job Guarantee is, here is are some frequently asked questions (and answers) by leading economist Pavlina Tcherneva, Associate Professor and Chair at the Department of Economics … Continue reading Job Guarantee FAQ

This is what mind control looks like.

By Underground | March 31, 2018

This is what happens when one company, Sinclair Broadcast Group, starts buying up all of the local news channels throughout the country. Source: Steve Franssen 🇺🇸 on Twitter: “This is what mind control looks like. https://t.co/WVHFy9qDZ0” Continue reading This is what mind control looks like.