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The overwhelming majority of news entities these days PRETEND they are "fair" or "not biased" when in reality, they are both unfair and biased.  I make no such claims.

I am decidedly right-wing, conservative, pro-American, pro-Second Amendment, pro-Life and pro-Trump.  My reporting reflects this.

The primary difference between me and most other news outlets is that I segregate my Commentary in stories.   I report the news, then add "Hal Turner Commentary" with my thoughts.  This is an important distinction because it physically separates what is "news" from what is my "spin" or my "take" or a point that I wish to make.

As you go about your daily lives and read various news sites, please bear in mind that almost NONE of them are honest about their bias as I am honest about mine.  Almost NONE of them segregate their opinions the way I segregate mine.  It's a very important distinction in my view.

My type of reporting gets you the facts - and allows you to actually see where fact changes to opinion; theirs generally don't.

As such, I help people think for themselves about a news item or issue. 

Moreover, I have a public COMMENTS feature that allows even anonymous visitors to say what they think.  To my knowledge, there isn't ONE other mainstream media web site that affords folks that freedom.

If other mainstream sites have a comments feature AT ALL, (most do not) you not only have to register and give personal info, they often BLOCK conservative comments from even appearing!  I only block off-topic spammers.

Try posting a conservative remark to a site like "The Washington Post" or to "The New York Times" web sites.  Fat chance it will ever see the light of day.

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    Beach · 21:37 07/10/2018
    Hal .....I faithfully give you my DONATION of 10 every month , you give you "extras" to those that give less.......I would LIKE to have a pass to the "privileged" "timed" or "bonus" info......however I like my privacy better.
    What would be nice is........IF....his highness would keep things simple and if someone donates then that email would get a password for access........ Hey....just sayin'..........I access you site daily ....I like what yer doin'
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    TSAZ · 19:46 07/10/2018
    Precisely why I subscribe. Screw the puppets. Be real, be genuine, be your own man.
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    WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot · 19:29 07/10/2018
    Hal also today the former doctor for the Obama's has gone public and is saying what we all have already known Michelle aka BIG MIKE is a man w/ trainer size breast implants. He made the mistake of walking in on him pissing standing up in Trenton NJ and he knows and is prepared for the lawsuit which as already was claimed will happen yet zero denial of the claims by their personal doctor also they paid him millions $$ to stay silent he said he can't any more after seeing what they did to our nation and the world. If you can please do some research into this to talk about tomorrow's radio show Thanks Hal
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    WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot · 18:59 07/10/2018
    Hal have you seen Mad Max Maxine Waters demanding on CNN today that the next Supreme Court Judge must be an illegal alien
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    Sharknado · 18:20 07/10/2018
    Hal...you are a staunch defender of our freedom and rights under the constitution...GOD Bless America!
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    Rabbi Bitberg · 14:51 07/10/2018
    Bitcoin is seen as having been politically or ideologically motivated starting from the white paper written by Satoshi Nakamoto. There he stated "The root problem with conventional currencies is all the trust that’s required to make it work. The central bank must be trusted not to debase the currency, but the history of fiat currencies is full of breaches of that trust."[15]

    Early bitcoin supporters were considered to be libertarian or anarchist trying to remove currency from the control of governments. Roger Ver said "At first, almost everyone who got involved did so for philosophical reasons. We saw bitcoin as a great idea, as a way to separate money from the state."[15]

    Nigel Dodd argues in "The Social Life of Bitcoin" that the essence of the bitcoin ideology is to remove money from social, as well as governmental, control, and that "Bitcoin will succeed as money to the extent that it fails as an ideology. The currency relies on that which the ideology underpinning it seeks to deny, namely, the dependence of money upon social relations, and upon trust.[16]

    External video
    The Declaration Of Bitcoin's Independence, BraveTheWorld, 4:38[17]
    Dodd shows the intensity of the ideological and political motivation for bitcoin by quoting a YouTube video, with Roger Ver, Jeff Berwick, Kristov Atlas, Trace Meyer and other leaders of the bitcoin movement reading The Declaration of Bitcoin's Independence. The declaration includes the words "Bitcoin is inherently anti-establishment, anti-system, and anti-state. Bitcoin undermines governments and disrupts institutions because bitcoin is fundamentally humanitarian."[16][17]

    David Golumbia traces the influences on bitcoin ideology back to right-wing extremists such as the Liberty Lobby and the John Birch Society and their anti-Central Bank rhetoric. More recent influences include Ron Paul and Tea Party-style libertarianism.[18] Steve Bannon who owns a "good stake" in bitcoin, considers it to be "disruptive populism. It takes control back from central authorities. It’s revolutionary."[19]
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      Just a ordinary guy · 17:28 07/10/2018
      Bitcoin is a fiat currency based on a computer program promise. The dollar is fiat currency based on government promise. So..... who do you trust more, computer programmers, or government bureaucrats. Precious metals have been around for 4000 years minimum and traded for 4000 years minimum. You make your decision. Have you ever had your computer hacked?
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        Rabbi Bitberg · 18:32 07/10/2018
        I am not sure ordinary guys out there understand the way Bitcoin works. I mean, at least for Bitcoin in particular, it is a decentralized P2P network... the concept is sometimes referred to now as 'world computers'. Do you know how peer-to-peer networks work? Like Napster, or torrents? Consider the beliefs of many of the founding fathers of America, who were nominal Protestant deists, because as deists believe, a supreme maker or makers created the world and then quit it and left man to his own devices. This is the way Bitcoin works: the man who programmed it, or at least who programmed most of it and directed it, the pseudonoymous Satoshi Nakamoto, set the Bitcoin network to run a certain way in January 2009 and that's it. The network can be forked to accommodate upgrades, but there is no one person or organization controlling it, which is the whole point: it functions without having to trust human beings. Of course, like humans, sometimes code is flawed, and sometimes it has backdoors that aren't publicized. This is why open-source software is, I would say, a worthy philosophical cause. Open-source software means you can see everything in the software's code, which means the community can spot obvious backdoors right away. But this seems to be the best strategy human beings have yet come up with. If you can come up with a better idea than crypto, then by all means, go create it.
        I think you should look up the history of gold coinage and what has happened to it in the United States before you decide to commit your life savings to gold. I know that exchanges get hacked all the time, but so what? Banks get robbed, and I don't hear anyone kvetching about how they want to get rid of the dollar because the money crooks made off with is devaluing their savings and portfolio.
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          Tim · 00:59 07/11/2018
          The soon to come world government will get a hold of Bitcoin ...the Antichrist will have it where you can't buy or sell without the mark of the beast ...plain and simple
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            Rabbi Bitberg · 02:39 07/11/2018
            Well just remember, you know those dollar bills you have with the pyramid and the all-seeing eye? You can trade them for Bitcoins. To me, that's one of the most hopeful things about it. The crypto world is just like the stock market, it's full of cheating, scheming, lying, gross negligence and gross incompetence, technical failures, experimental technology with unpredictable results... but you know what? At least there is some honesty in the system. Maybe the best way I can sum it up is this: Ron Paul will never be president, but at least you can still buy Bitcoin.
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          Just a ordinary guy · 21:19 07/10/2018
          I do not remember saying "gold or coinage." The precious metals are traded in relatively open markets. There several sites that quote the real time prices of all of the precious metals 23 hours a day, 5 days a week holidays excluded, "www.kitco.com/markets" for example. You do have to understand markets and market risks for each precious metal as they do vary between the metals. I do not remember reading about the price of any precious metal going to zero. There have been several documented events of bitcoins not being available for trade.
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            Rabbi Bitberg · 02:20 07/11/2018
            Okay, precious metals. We are still talking about the same thing.

            There are several websites I can link you that quote the real-time prices of all listed cryptocurrencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, holidays included. You do have to DYOR and be an educated investor for each cryptocurrency as they vary between promising coins and shitcoins. The risk depends on your perspective, I guess. If you think the global economy will go on forever just like it does now and did when you were growing up, then sure, Bitcoin looks high risk. But if you think the economy is a few keystrokes away from catastrophic collapse, as I do, then having mutual funds and bonds and lots of money in the bank looks high risk. That is the stuff that, at least I believe, can and may disappear in the blink of an eye.

            This site tracks the uptime of the Bitcoin network. Since 2009, the BTC network has been up 99.992408539% of the time.
            http://bitcoinuptime.com/
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    Gifford Rodine · 08:17 07/10/2018
    Keep doing what you are doing. I count on it as do many others. I support Hal based on the quality and quantity of information received. And I sure as hell have not figured out how you get it all done.


    Stay Safe, we count on your integrity and timeliness. If you are ever in this area, we will toast to your efforts with a great cup of coffee. Until then I'll just send a little money every once in a while.
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      Bono · 09:24 07/11/2018
      He gets it all done because most of it is bs, and depends on those without a lot of common sense to buy his products. He begs for money every month but SOMEHOW miraculously pulls through, and is doing well enough to get another station. He’s too dumb to move his Hostin to a cheaper provider, and throws out all these costs that aren’t true, but won’t even post an actual bill.