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John Cantlie, British hostage of ISIS, appears in Part 5 of “Lend Me Your Ears”

October 26, 2014

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John Cantlie in "Lend Me Your Ears"

By Dawn Occidere A few hours ago, at the same time that the Daily Mail was reporting that the Islamic State (ISIS) had released a new video of British hostage John Cantlie, some of our top-notch investigative reporters here at Selecting Stones were already downloading the video from a link located on yet another ISIS […]

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Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank: Let’s all be Lithuania!

October 5, 2014

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Mario Draghi in Lithuania

By Bruno Fournier Last Thursday on October 2, European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi announced that the ECB will soon begin additional stimulus measures for the eurozone economy, which could include elements of what is often called quantitative easing.  This means that the central bank will buy up classes of financial assets that it […]

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An Interesting Find from an ISIS Twitter Account

October 4, 2014

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ISIS criticizes the PKK on Twitter

Yesterday, the Islamic State (affectionately known as ISIS around most water coolers) released a YouTube video depicting yet another beheading of one of the caliphate’s Anglo-Saxon prisoners.  This time the victim was Alan Henning, a middle-aged British humanitarian aid worker. Here at Selecting Stones we are admittedly as stunned as the rest of the world […]

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Is ISIS now operating near Oklahoma City?

September 29, 2014

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Alton Nolen's Facebook page #3

By Bruno Fournier and Phil Ingram Last Thursday, a man named Alton Nolen beheaded one of his coworkers immediately after getting fired from his job at the Vaughan Foods factory in Moore, Oklahoma. Moore is a suburb of Oklahoma City that also made headlines back in May 2013 when it was devastated by an F5 […]

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U.S. to enter Syrian civil war against both sides

September 11, 2014

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John Kerry

By Larry Duvalier So, it seems that the United States of America is finally about to enter the Syrian civil war—fighting against both sides, of course (because that makes sense!).  An enemy of an enemy might be a friend, but nobody wants to be friends with the world’s most famous ophthalmologist: Bashar al‑Assad.  What is […]

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Happy Fake American Labor Day!

September 1, 2014

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Labor Day #2

This year, the first Monday of September happens to fall on the first of the month.  So, here you go, September 1, 2014: Happy Labor Day! Of course, only an American would believe that “Labor Day” is in September.  We should all know that, in fact, it is on the first of May. Even more […]

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Neither Justice Nor Peace: A Few Notes on the Events in Ferguson, Missouri

August 20, 2014

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St. Louis County Police

By Frank W. Strauch Welcome to St. Louis County, where jaywalking (!) can get you killed by the cops! And welcome to the United States of America, a developed country that has outsourced practically all production except its unquestionably world-class weapons industry, leading to a massively overinflated federal defense budget and therefore a huge surplus […]

Posted in: Articles

Minimum Wage and the Military in Minnesota

August 12, 2014

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Condoleeza Rice

By Alan L. Maki I hope everyone will share in a point I have to make about the “special treatment” that youth are receiving with the Democrats’ minimum wage increase.  If you notice the Minnesota legislation, it even singles out the ages when these young people are most vulnerable to military recruiters in the high […]

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Fake Online Degree Mill Publishes Fake Online Academic Journal

July 22, 2014

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Captain D’s

By Dawn Occidere and Frank W. Strauch Every now and then, the scientific editors of Selecting Stones like to dig through some old press releases that they having sitting around on their trash heap in order to see what stupid nonsense PR firms have been promoting lately.  Recently, we came across an old gem from […]

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The Soft Eugenics of Finance Capital: Tyler Cowen’s “Average Is Over”

July 20, 2014

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Tyler Cowen at the Mars Bar, NYC

A Review of Tyler Cowen, Average Is Over: Powering America Beyond the Age of the Great Stagnation By Star Larvae Move over 1984 and Brave New World.  Tyler Cowen conjures his own bleak, dystopian future for humankind.  Writing fiction is not his intent, but we have to hope that it’s fiction he’s writing. Cowen is […]

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XXXel_Rose, live on MyFreeCams, 6pm–midnight daily, Cincinnati time

July 2, 2014

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XXXel_Rose

By Misty Lee XXXel_Rose rubbed the drumstick on her desensitized crotch for about the tenth time that hour and stared at the screen with a grimace.  She knew that the whole trick with this racket was to not look miserable, to appear delighted and enraptured by the company of the custies that came online every […]

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$n0wWh1te and the 7777 credits

July 2, 2014

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RockHardSmurf

By Misty Lee By the fourth night Jarod realized that many of the chat participants on $n0wWh1te’s page were the same characters on each and every occasion.  There were over a thousand members in the chatroom but the same names seemed to come up repeatedly.  $n0wWh1te looked much like the Disney character of the same […]

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Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley Destroys Reason

June 14, 2014

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Martin O’Malley doing something irrational with the Dalai Lama

By Frank W. Strauch The United States of America is such a festering cesspool of reactionary irrationalism that even a state with such efficient local government as Maryland has an elected governor who regularly find himself rubbing noses (literally) with some of the world’s most reactionary figures.  And it’s sad, really, given that the state […]

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Should China Invade Iraq?

June 11, 2014

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Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)

Armed jihadi bandits, awash in American weaponry and Saudi money, have seemingly moved away from their stalemate with the Syrian government toward the easy pickings just over the border in Iraq.  Incredibly easy pickings, in fact, given that they’ve taken over Iraq’s equivalent of Chicago and also Saddam Hussein’s hometown, all within the past 48 […]

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Georgetown University gives salary to yet another warmonger: A profile of Dr. Matthew Kroenig

June 8, 2014

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Matthew Kroenig in Kiev, Ukraine

The scientific editors of Selecting Stones have on occasion found it tactically beneficial to publicly reveal the extent of the complex network of spies and informants that we maintain on the campus of Georgetown University.  This particular institute of Jesuit education is well known to steal money from scholarship funds set up by the families […]

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Are Fascists Taking Over the European Parliament?

May 26, 2014

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Front National

By Bruno Fournier Unless you have been living under a rock (or in North America or possibly Qatar), then you have undoubtedly heard about the results of yesterday’s elections for the European Parliament.  In a nutshell, Far Right parties made major gains, most notably in France where the neo-fascist Front National — now painted up […]

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“Generation Opportunity” and Cool Things You’ll Never See on Selecting Stones

May 17, 2014

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Hang With Rand Paul

By Rick Skull From time to time the scientific editors of Selecting Stones hold meetings in various undisclosed subterranean locations to discuss the direction of future campaigns.  On occasion it has been suggested that we should run fewer ad hominem attack stories and divert our time to creating more constructive proposals.  Though editorial meetings remain […]

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Without Nuts: An English Magazine Goes Tits Up

May 4, 2014

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Nuts Magazine

By Mehmet Shalomovic Last week the United Kingdom saw the final ever publication of Nuts magazine as the ten-year run of the once-popular “lad mag” came to an end.  As we approach around twenty years of the Internet, it is easy to forget how quickly the dispensing of pornography has changed within our lifetimes.  We […]

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Selecting Stones at Year 3, and a Happy International Workers’ Day!

May 1, 2014

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May 1 in Bangladesh

First of all, Happy International Workers’ Day 2014 to all our readers!  Isn’t the First of May great?  Certainly these proletarians from Dhaka, Bangladesh think so. As you probably know, here at Selecting Stones, we are now in the middle of the Year of Self-Criticism and Industry.  Our loyal readers may have noticed that their […]

Posted in: Features

More Nazi Attacks in Greater Kansas City Area — Three Dead at Jewish Community Centers

April 14, 2014

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A recent photo of Frazier Glenn Miller

Only a few short months ago on November 9, 2013, a large gathering of Neo-Nazis associated with the “National Socialist Movement” held a rally in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. It fell on the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, and this was of course on purpose. At that time, the scientific editors of Selecting Stones warned our […]

Posted in: Notes
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