Show Info 12-31-2014 – News, Guest Aaron Dykes & Melissa Melton

Show Info 12-31-2014 - News, Guest Aaron Dykes & Melissa Melton

12-31-2014 - News, Guest Aaron Dykes & Melissa Melton

Second Hour Guest

Aaron Dykes and Melissa MeltonIn the second hour, JD is joined by Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton of Truth Stream Media. They will discuss whether or not 2014 will go down in history as the worst year in recorded time. They will and also to make some predictions for the year ahead. Truthstream Media is not your mainstream news! It's teleprompter-free, unscripted analysis of The Matrix we live in.
Melissa Melton is an experienced researcher, graphic artist and investigative journalist with a passion for liberty and a dedication to truth. Her aim is to expose the New World Order for what it is — a prison for the human soul from which we must break free. Aaron Dykes is a writer, researcher and video producer who has worked on numerous documentaries and investigative reports, he uses history as a guide to decode current events, uncover obscure agendas and contrast them with the dignity afforded individuals as recognized in documents like the Bill of Rights.
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First Hour News with JD for December 31, 2014

World News

Mass grave found in Syria’s Deir Ezzor Pentagon Confirms US Airstrike Against Somalia RUSSIA, JAPAN LIKELY TO COOPERATE IN CREATING EURASIAN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR All nations should recognize Islamic State as terrorists - Russia ‘Ashamed to have served criminals’: Czech veteran returns NATO medals Palestinian statehood bid submitted to UN – RT’s diplomatic sources Afghan ‘kill list’ leak: NATO risked civilian lives by targeting low-level Taliban fighters Vessel with hundreds onboard near Greece sends SOS, warns guns aboard Radioactive leak at major Ukrainian nuclear plant – report Fire at Libyan oil port destroys up to 1.8 million barrels of crude 'How To Stab A Jew' Instructional Video Storms Palestinian Social Media 31/12/2014: Ruble Crisis: Banking System in a Shut-Down Mode

US News

Arrests plummet 66% with NYPD in virtual work stoppage WHO OWNS THE MEDIA? THE 6 MONOLITHIC COMPANIES THAT CONTROL ALMOST EVERYTHING WE WATCH, HEAR AND READ FBI FORENSIC LAB MISCONDUCT COULD AFFECT 2,600 CONVICTIONS, 45 DEATH ROW CASES Rep. Michael Grimm resigns seat after pleading guilty to tax evasion Florida congressman barred from seeing classified sections of 9/11 inquiry - report Data Shows Cops Kill Three People a Day in America Autopsy reveals LAPD shot unarmed black man Ezell Ford in back, side, arm More Memphians standing their ground against burglars Teens Charged With Attacking 2 Boston Police Officers Third Party Success: Candidate Only Spent $36 on Campaign Main Stream Press Silent on Indefinite Detention’s threat to every American Former Sony Employee Part of Sony Hack? Former AG Chief of Staff Reveals Possible Obama Admin Secret Police Agenda This Is Why Rich People Don’t Care About You US Virgin Islands Decriminalizes Cannabis Possession

Economic News

Ecuador Opens National Electronic Money System Alaska Governor Warns State's Fiscal Situation "Critical" As Oil Price Drops IMF suspends aid to Greece over political uncertainty Greece Turmoil Threat To Eurozone - Risk of Bank Runs and Bail-Ins Oil prices hit 5-year low Ukraine in ‘full-blown financial crisis’ – National Bank head Chinese Consumers Take Advantage Of November's Low Gold Prices As Imports Rise Gold up more than 1.5% in just minutes The American People Are Utterly Clueless About What Is Going To Happen As We Enter 2015 The Unpredictable Future And Winning Liberty Company Using Faulty Radiation Detectors Sees 71% Profit Increase Billionaire Eric Sprott’s Business Partner Reveals His Thoughts For 2015

Science & Technology

Politician's fingerprint 'cloned from photos' by hacker Netflix countdown will help parents fool kids on New Year's Eve 1st grocery vending machines in Canada to be installed in B.C. Low-risk ‘worm’ removed at hacked South Korea nuclear operator NEW RESEARCH REVEALS CLUES INTO DOWNFALL OF MAYA CIVILIZATION New theory: Sony hack was disgruntled staff CERN's atom smasher resumes hunt for bizarre particles in 2015

Health News

15 Toxic Beliefs You Should Give Up to Be Happy The Powerful Aspirin Alternative That Grows On Trees Obamacare: How screwed are you, exactly? Ten reasons why you shouldn't vaccinate your children Second patient being tested for Ebola in Scotland Ebola nurse treated in London as Sierra Leone rate rises Australia Silences Criticism Of Vaccines, Benefits of Homeopathy Drone Video Exposes ‘Feces Lake’ Inside Mega US Factory Farm 18 apps to help you keep your New Year's resolutions 1+ Million Sign Petition to Stop Bill That ‘Makes Monsanto Bulletproof’

Energy & Environment

Carbon dioxide emissions help tropical rainforests grow faster Earth's sea ice expands to record levels as 2014 comes to a close. Doug Parker: The Status Of The Drought In The U.S. West Cold Storm to Bring Snow, Rain and a Freeze to California Huge fireball lights up East Coast

Home, Farm & Garden

7 common cabinet problems and how to fix them The 14 most magnificent micro-dwellings of '14 My Beekeeping New Year's Resolutions

Housing News

Black Knight: Mortgage delinquency rate surges to 10-month high Zillow: Renters paid $441 billion in rent in 2014 S&P Case-Shiller: Home-price growth slows down Credit Suisse plans to fight $10 billion toxic mortgage lawsuit

Weird, Funny & Good News

Police: Toilet paper links man to heist attempt United Airlines sues 22-year-old who found method for buying cheaper plane tickets ‘A true American hero’: Former Senator Mike Gravel to head ‘Kush’ marijuana company 'Wheel of Fortune' man stuns with 1-letter guess

Featured Video

THE RETURN OF DEBTOR PRISON Cities across the country are increasingly turning to what are known as private probation companies to collect unpaid fines. But are indigent people ending up in jail because they can’t afford to pay? Since NewsHour Weekend’s first story on this issue aired last spring, the Childersburg Municipal Court issued a “standing order” stating that “In no case shall an indigent defendant be incarcerated … based solely on his or her inability to pay fines.” But the practice continues elsewhere in the country. Special correspondent John Carlos Frey takes an in-depth look at what some are calling the return of the debtors’ prison.

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