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A Hen in the Cock House and the US’s Battle Against USA Really

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Welcome all you lovelies to our USA Really daily podcast for November 16.We’re going to open your cranium and cram as much as news in there as we can today, so hold on tight! Hope you’re in for more election goodness…

First, I want to remind you about our two chances for you to win wheelbarrows full of cash—our Global Democracy Award where we’re looking for original works on the US government’s interference in other states, and our Zuckerberg Wanted action where we’re looking for solid evidence of the government enforcing illegal censorship. In both cases, you could find yourself the happy owner of several thousands of dollars, so check both of these items out!

And if you stick this out till the end, you’re going to hear about a piece that was submitted for the contest, so you’ll get a lil’ taste of what we’re looking for.

Let’s kick things off with a look at today’s opinion piece from Jeffrey Silverman: “Why is BIG Brother/US Intelligence Community "Scared" of Sites like “USA Really” and Veterans Today?” He kicks it off with a bang: What in the hell is going on; why are such websites in the crossfire these days? Honestly USA Really's articles are not that interesting or threatening, rather humdrum at best, at least at first impression. However, the way they are written appeals to average Americans; they are not written over their heads in Orwellian Doublespeak--'it's a beautiful thing, the destruction of language.” But apparently that is the problem. I suspect that is what has the American establishment, i.e., security agencies, and the like, so very upset. The powers in the US are threatened by anything that tells it like it is, easy to understand, and does not come from the corporate-controlled and US-government manipulated corporate media (MSM). Is this just a beacon of what’s to come? Check out Silverman’s piece to find out!

Then let’s move right along into our “This Day in History” piece for all you history buffs out there and for all you bums who have forgotten everything you learned in high school. Shame on you! Anyways, on this day in 1776, the Americans fought the Brits in the Battle of Fort Washington which was actually one of the worst defeats for our side, with 59 killed and 3,000 taken captive. Friggin’ Brits… And in 1863 the Battle of Campbell’s Station was fought in what is today Knox County, Tennessee. The Confederates suffered a humiliating defeat, losing no less than 570 soldiers, while the Union lost only 400. And in 1944, Operation Queen in the Western Front of WW2 was launched today to annihilate enemy units at the well-defended German Siegfried Line that was built to protect the strategically and economically important region of Rur. Lots of fascinating military history there, so definitely check this piece out if that’s your scene.

Then on with the good ol’ regular news. First up is Part 7 of our new series Voting problems, fraud, scandals plague polling places across America, and this time we’re dealing with Connecticut. Looks like this state is just another crap show like all the other we’ve talked about. Sounds like no one anywhere knows how to do Election Day. There’s more long lines, lack of voting machines, miscounted votes, all the same garbage. In Ansonia, Connecticut, Democrat Jorge Cabrera organized a rally Monday this week with about 30 supporters in front of City Hall after a lawyer working for the Senate Democratic caucus told him that instead of winning the race by 187 votes, he lost by 65. The change occurred after Sen. George Logan’s campaign had dispatched its lawyers to Ansonia, because final results on the Secretary of the State’s website differed from the campaigns’ tallies there. For more of that circus, check this piece out.

Next up: “Retirement-aged Americans living on fixed income could be at risk if financial emergency hits”—seems like kinda a no-brainer. If you’re currently living on a fixed income, funding an emergency savings account can seem like a daunting task. Currently, 46% of Americans 65 and older have less than $1,000 put away in an emergency fund, and with a retiree’s fixed income, this can leave them woefully unprepared for unexpected expenses. But this piece gives you some helpful tips on how you can better prepare for those twilight years and what to do with your moolah, so definitely check this one out to get your financial future on track.

The next piece hits on a topic that interests me: “The Trap of Tolerance.” Have you seen this? Have you heard about this? It seems a school in Florida ruled that a transgender boy, that is A GIRL, is allowed to use the boys’ locker room and shower with the boys and all that. If that isn’t messed up enough, they didn’t even warn anyone—not the teacher, not the boys themselves. One day they just found themselves buck naked in the locker room in front of a girl. How evil. Liberalism also encourages perversion. Anyways, they also required the teacher to supervise her in the locker room, including in the showers, and he wisely refused, knowing it’s perverted and fraught with potential legal troubles. For his stand, he was punished and moved to another school. You hear that? He was punished for being the only one who isn’t braindead in this place. Much more in this piece—we take a look at the school’s policies and all the insanity there.

Then there’s Part 8 of Voting problems, fraud, scandals plague polling places across America, and this time it’s Florida. You’ve probably already heard a good bit about Florida—it’s a SERIOUS embarrassment down there. In Florida, officials are still recounting ballots for Senator, Governor and Agriculture Commissioner. Republican Senator Marco Rubio tweeted that Democrats are trying to steal the election. And yesterday President Trump told The Daily Caller that people vote illegally by changing their hat or shirt and then coming back into polling places to vote again. And there’s already a pile of lawsuits going on down there concerning vote counting. We take you through them one-by-one. Check it all out!

And here’s a gun story with a happy ending. A 14-year-old in Wyoming showed up at school with two guns and plenty of ammo, BUT, the school was able to prevent a tragedy, THANK GOD. Seems the student simply didn’t like some classmates and decided to kill them, however he was dumb enough to be making audible threats on the day he brought the guns and another student informed school staff, which managed to contain the student. Obviously this child is disturbed and we can hope he gets some help.

Aaaaaaaaand then there’s Part 9 of Voting problems, fraud, scandals plague polling places across America, and this time we turn the microscope on Delaware. Interestingly, Delaware remains one of just a handful of states without voting machines that produce a paper record that can be used to verify ballots after votes are cast. The lack of a hard copy in Delaware and some other states like New Jersey or Louisiana has been a cause for concern among some security experts who say voters are unable to check their results for any manipulation or tampering. It’s like they’re in the stone age! There was also misinformation spreading about Election Day there too, so check this piece out for the details.

And the US loves to be at war doesn’t it? Have you noticed that? We have our boys out in several countries right now. But do you know how much all that costs, including the actual costs of the wars plus then the cost of taking care of vets? Well, a new study shows that the US has spent $5.6 TRILLION on wars since 9/11. THAT’S A LOT OF MONEY. And the war on terror has killed at least 480,000 people, 244,000 of whom were civilians, with another 10 million becoming refugees. If the US continues on its current path, war spending will continue to grow and will exceed $6 trillion in 2019. If the conflict lasts 2020, it could exceed $7 trillion. That’s $23,386 per US taxpayer. RIDONKULOUS.

And back to the migrant caravan. What would a news day be without an update on them? Hundreds of migrants in the caravan traveling from Central America have begun arriving in the northern Mexico border city of Tijuana, setting up a potential confrontation with the American authorities that has been brewing for weeks. Thus, to the great surprise of American border guards, the caravan arrived at the border somewhat earlier than expected. However, American lawyers have now clarified the situation with the border patrol, who also arrived at the border with their own small caravan. As it turned out, the first wave of the caravan consisted mainly of representatives of sexual minorities who experienced harassment first in intolerant Honduras, and then on the way to the United States. And get this: The migrant caravan from Honduras has been infiltrated by people from Bangladesh, Haiti, Congo, and Sri Lanka, according to some reports. Hmmmm, seems like some fishy stuff is going on there!

And that does it for the news. Now before we pack up our trunk and hit the road, let’s take a look at tomorrow’s opinion piece. As we said way back at the beginning, this is one that was submitted for our Global Democracy Award contest, about the US government’s interference in other states. It’s called “IRAN AND THE 1953 COUP BY THE CIA: UNITED STATES TEMPLATE FOR REGIME CHANGE,” by Luis Lázaro Tijerina. He writes: ”In assessing the political and military coup first developed by British intelligence, and further enhanced and finally orchestrated by the United States' Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) against the Mosaddeq Iranian Government in 1953, one sees the first modern overthrow or coup initiated by American Imperialism that would serve as a murderous template for the many subsequent coups to come in countries in which the magnitude of death, torture and imprisonment of thousands of ordinary people, besides destroying the country physically and financially.  The Iranian coup would be the first notable clumsy experimentation of direct interference by a modern country upon another country in which economic exploitation -- oil reserves -- coupled with fear of encroachment of Soviet influence and power, would be laid bare for the world to take notice.” This one makes for some pretty fascinating reading, so definitely check it out tomorrow, and keep your eyes on our site for all the stuff that goes up over the weekend.

On that note, we bid you adieu. Thanks for listening, thanks for reading, and keep it right here for all the news you need to know.

Author: USA Really