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DEAD DROPS: UN-CLOUD Your Files in Cement! ‘DEAD DROPS’ is an ANONYMOUS, OFFLINE, PEER to PEER FILE SHARING NETWORK in Public Space

  ‘Dead Drops’ is an anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in public space. USB flash drives are embedded into walls, buildings and curbs accessible to anybody in public space. Everyone is invited to drop or find files on a dead drop. Plug your laptop to a wall, house or pole to share your favorite files and data. Each dead drop is installed empty except a readme.txt file explaining the ...

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Citizen Sets Up Camera After His PRO 2nd AMENDMENT Sign is Repeatedly Stolen … YOU’LL NEVER GUESS WHO THE CULPRIT IS …

A user on NYfirearms.com was fed up with having his sign taken down.   The sign advocated the repeal of the NY SAFE Act, which  was one of the strictest gun laws to date and a major infringement on 2nd amendment rights.   After having his sign taken for the 4th or 5th time he decided to set up a trail cam or a deer cam to try to catch the thief in the act, and so he could report it to the authorities.  ...

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ADAM KOKESH is STILL IN PRISON & NEEDS YOUR HELP

Does anyone remember the pothead libertarian who was arrested by the federal government for filming himself loading a shotgun in Washington, DC? It’s like he just fell off the face of the planet. As a refresher, in early May of this year, Adam announced an armed and peaceful march on Washington, DC set for July 4 of 2013. I interviewed him and he said he would march alone if need be.   Shortly after th ...

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SENATE VOTES To ABOLISH 1st AMENDEMENT PROTECTION

    This week in Washington D.C. in the Senate, the Senate review committee came out of their Shield Law hearing with a vote of 13 to 5 to begin discussing the bill on the Senate floor. The law is intended to shield the journalist from having to reveal sources in light of the Snowden and Manning cases under duress by the Department of Justice. But hold the phone, the vote wasn’t even allowed to pr ...

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College Stops Student From Handing Out Constitutions … On Constitution Day [VIDEO]

A student at the Modesto Junior College in California was confronted by campus police Tuesday and told to stop passing out U.S. Constitutions to fellow students. Ironically, Tuesday was also Constitution Day. “I was really stunned when they told me that I had to ask for permission to pass out Constitutions on campus,” Robert Van Tuinen told Storyleak.   Throughout the cell phone recording, Van Tuinen, ...

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Bye Bye FREE PRESS … FEINSTEIN: ’17 Year Old Blogger’ Doesn’t DESERVE A LEGAL SHIELD

In its attempt to define who’s a journalist and who’s not, is the US Senate trying to say thatThomas Paine, a corset-maker, wouldn’t have deserved the same protections from government heavy-handedness as a newspaper publisher like Ben Franklin? The first version of a media shield law that handily made it through the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday defined for the first time what constitutes a “real r ...

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**ATTENTION ACTIVISTS** POST About The AMERICAN ‘POLICE STATE’ on FACEBOOK … EXPECT A VISIT FROM THE FBI

HUMBOLDT, AZ — A man says that within hours of making an impassioned post on Facebook, he was being interrogated by police and the FBI.   Blaine Cooper, 33, contacted policestateusa.comwith a concerning story about how his sentiments posted on Facebook had drawn the attention of the federal government.  He showed me the comment and told me that within 24-hours of posting it, he was being contacted by t ...

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Man SENTENCED TO FEDERAL PRISION For TEACHING PEOPLE Weaknesses In LIE DETECTOR TESTS

  ALEXANDRIA, VA — An Indiana man thought he had the freedom to speak about controversial topics and teach others what he knows.  The Federal Government disagreed.  This week that man found out that the penalty for free speech is 8 months in federal prison.  He taught people how to beat polygraph tests.  The case has sparked a debate about whether or not the right to lie, or teach others to lie, should ...

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The US Park Police Is The New UN Police Force

  How many bad policemen does it take to say that we are living in a police state? Of all the abuses of power by the newly federalized police across America, there is one law enforcement agency that is moving to the head of the class with regard to invoking police state tactics against innocent American citizens, and that agency would be the United States Park Police. However, the United States Park Po ...

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‘IMPEACH OBAMA’ AD to Run in CFR’s WASHINGTON TIMES

Group planned to deliver copies of newspaper to Congress members today Adan Salazar Infowars.com Sept. 3, 2013 A coalition of black citizens united under the banner of the National Black Republican Association (NBRA) are reportedly planning to run an ad in today’s edition of the Washington Times detailing why president Barack Obama should be impeached.   Click to view entire PDF. The group said it plan ...

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HERO DEFINED: ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS to Cop: WE DON’T NEED A PERMIT WE HAVE THE CONSTITUTION!! [VIDEOS]

On Saturday, thousands of citizens throughout the nation protested military strikes against Syria. A group of activists assembled at the busiest intersection in Spartanburg, S.C. to wave signs and bring awareness to the ongoing push to strike Syria by the Obama administration. A local police officer told them that if someone complained they would have to leave because they did not have a city permit. He als ...

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BEN SWANN EXPOSES The Sly Trick The NSA Is Using To CRUSH FREE SPEECH [W/ VIDEO]

Ben Swann Reality Check Episode 3 NSA Using Copyright Claims To Crush Free Speech? Can a government agency block criticism by claiming copyright infringement? Sounds a bit ridiculous but it is happening.  The NSA is effectively stopping one small business owner from criticism, claiming that by using its name he has infringed on their copyright. Can they do that? This is a Reality Check you won’t see anywher ...

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