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UPDATE: SEVENTH GRADE ASSIGNMENT ASKS STUDENTS TO DENY GOD EXISTS, OR FAIL

Update 8:00PM CST: Texas Governor Greg Abbott has announced he is inviting Jordan Wooley, the young girl in the story below, to the governor’s mansion in admiration of her courage and conviction: Original story continues below… Parents of students at a middle school in Texas are upset after a classroom assignment forced children to deny the existence of God or take a failing grade. Jordan Wooley, a 7th grad ...

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RON PAUL WARNS: TRUTH-TELLERS WORLDWIDE UNDER ATTACK

Former presidential candidate Ron Paul warned of increased attacks against free speech Wednesday during an interview on the Alex Jones Show. “You know, when I left Congress a couple years ago I listed several things that I thought were the greatest danger to us and the top one was freedom of expression, the First Amendment…” Paul said. “Because if we are not allowed to express ourselves it makes it so diffi ...

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Computers Will Now Write the News

The Associated Press made waves last year with its decision to use a technology that generates articles about public companies' quarterly earnings results as opposed to having reporters write such coverage. Now the company behind that technology is making a push for its software to be used more widely among a broader array of news organizations, as well as other types of companies. North Carolina-based Auto ...

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Sen. Baldwin: 1st Amendment Doesn’t Apply to Individuals

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) says the 1st Amendment’s religious liberty protections don’t apply to individuals. On MSNBC last week, Wisconsin’s junior Senator claimed that the Constitution’s protection of the free exercise of religion extends only to religious institutions, and that individual’s do not have a right to the free exercise of their own religion. During the MSNBC appearance, which was covered byB ...

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FACEBOOK INTRODUCES PGP ENCRYPTION; NOW NO GOVERNMENT CAN SPY ON ITS CITIZENS

VIA - Taking a cue from Google and Apple, Facebook for the first time is giving its users more encryption options to keep their information private, infuriating agencies like FBI and NSA who believe that “law enforcement and national security investigators need to be able to access communications and information to obtain the evidence necessary to prevent crime and bring criminals to justice in a court of l ...

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Court Rules That NSA Phone Data Collection Is Illegal

VIA| Last week, a federal appeals court ruled that the controversial NSA spy program which collects phone records is actually illegal. This is one of the spy programs that Edward Snowden helped to expose with his series of leaks in 2013. Up until now, the NSA and the US government have maintained that their program was legal under the Patriot Act. However, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan ...

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Obama Openly Declares He Wants to Censor Fox News

VIA| President Barack Obama spoke at a summit on poverty Wednesday afternoon where he endeared himself to a liberal audience by castigating Fox News for what he considered its negative depiction of poor people. “We’re going to have to change how the media reports on these issues,” Obama said. Addressing Fox News specifically, Obama went on to say, “I think that the effort to suggest that the poor are sponge ...

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World’s 1st Anti-Propaganda Search Engine Favors Independent Media While Banning Government & Corporate Disinfo

(NaturalNews) For the last six months, I have been working hard on the development of a breakthrough search engine that will finally offer a credible search alternative to the NSA-funded, surveillance-state search engines currently dominating the web. Next week, I'll be opening the webmaster URL submit page for the world's first independent, anti-propaganda search engine that filters out corporate propagand ...

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Lawmakers Propose Bill Suspending the 4th Amendment for Home School Families

TRUTH VOICE - In the wake of a double homicide in which a mother killed and stored the bodies of her two children in a freezer, a Michigan lawmaker has proposed a bill that would require home schooling families to submit to suspicion-less home inspections. It is unclear whether these home visits would also extend to public school children during their months long summer break. “I believe this bill not only ...

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Police Raid Texas Political Meeting, Seize Phones, Fingerprint and Photograph All Attendees

“We had no idea what was going on. We knew of nothing that would warrant such an action.” Inoformation Liberation BRYAN, TX — Federal and local police forces raided a political meeting, taking unusual measures to document every attendee by taking fingerprints and photographs, and seizing every cell phone and all recording equipment in the meeting hall. The raid took place on February 14, 2015, at VFW Post 4 ...

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U.S. Drops to 49th in World Press Freedom Rankings

Every year, the group Reporters Without Borders puts out a global ranking of nations that is based on the how well countries protect or infringe upon the freedom of the press. This year, the ranking for the United States was a dismal 49th. That’s pretty bad for a country that lauds itself as “the greatest nation in the world” and the international champion of freedom. This happens to be the absolute lowest ...

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Teen Scores Major Victory Against Atheists in Court Battle to Strike “Under God” From the Pledge

A New Jersey judge has thrown out an atheist-led lawsuit that argued that “under God” is a violation of the state’s constitution, derailing activists’ latest attempt to remove the decades-old wording from the Pledge of Allegiance — and handing a victory to a faithful teenager who had battled to keep the wording in tact. As TheBlaze previously reported, activist groups have traditionally used the First Amend ...

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