Weekly Rewind 2017 : WK 06

Matt Haughton Weekly Rewind

This edition of Weekly Rewind covers the 6th week of 2017.

This first thing you may notice, I didn’t do any formatting like can be found on previous posts of WR. The next thing you may notice is that there are far fewer articles than previous editions. It’s not the case that this last week was a slow news week. Quite the contrary. It’s due to the fact that it has been a crazy year (thus far) that I have had an extra hard time this last week to try and compile some links for you, the visitor. I’m also in the process of launching possibly two new series for the site (more on that in the coming weeks and months). I thank all of you out there that not only share your links with me, but those of you that regularly visit these posts and share your feedback. I have limited time, and I wish to create media that helps to lift the fog of confusion, rather than be another source of noise that creates fog. Hopefully as we all actively engage with each other we can tell which is which.

With that being said. Here a few links. Links that have lead me to more questions. Questions I have not resolved yet.

Open, free and uncensorable websites,
using Bitcoin cryptography and BitTorrent network


The U.S. military’s stats on deadly airstrikes are wrong. Thousands have gone unreported


Will Liberals Learn to Love the 10th Amendment?


-Exposed: How world leaders were duped into investing billions over manipulated global warming data

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4192182/World-leaders-duped-manipulated-global-warming-data.html#ixzz4Xw6Bf2Cy
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ClimateGate 2 – NOAA Whistleblower Claims World Leaders Fooled By Fake Global Warming Data


Montana House Passes Bill To Authorize Firearms On Post Office Property, Defying Federal “Law”

Montana House Passes Bill to Authorize Firearms on Post Office Property, Defying Federal “Law”


US Air Force Deploys TASER X26P Smart Weapons


Trump’s travel ban could endanger U.S. intelligence gathering


An independent California isn’t that wacky of an Idea