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10 Freest States For Homeschooling

What could be more natural than educating our own children? Everyone can agree on that. Where people differ is who has the responsibility to educate our children? Unfortunately, because of mis-education many believe the State is responsible for educating our children. This is not the same thing as the State being responsible for providing an option for education. Rather many presume that the State has the a ...

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New Facebook Policy Raises Alarms Over Sharing Of User Data

Facebook’s new privacy policy violates EU law, raising concerns over the sharing of private data with affiliated business without user consent. US privacy experts expressed concern over how Facebook shares this data with advertisers. European Data Protection Commissioner Gary Davis has asked for Facebook to clarify its new changes to users’ privacy policy. As commissioner, Davis is responsible for ensuring ...

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‘Mankind Must Go Green Or Die’, Says Prince Charles

The Prince of Wales has warned that mankind is on the brink of “committing suicide on a grand scale” unless urgent progress is made in tackling green issues such as carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, intensive farming and resource depletion. Adopting uncharacteristically apocalyptic language, the Prince said the world was heading towards a “terrifying point of no return” and that future generations faced an “u ...

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DHS Labels Liberty-Lovers as Potential Terrorists

By the Department of Homeland Security’s standards, anyone who just celebrated the Fourth of July can be capable of terrorism. A new study by the DHS states that “those who are reverent of individual liberty” may promote terrorism. WND.com reports: The study and related data were recently produced by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, or START, at the University o ...

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Google Enters Debate On UN Internet Control

Google has jumped into the debate over a UN telecom gathering set to review regulations affecting the internet, claiming it is "the wrong place" to make decisions about the future of the web. In a posting on its "take action" website on Wednesday, Google said the December gathering of the UN's International Telecommunications Union comes amid "a growing backlash on internet freedom". The ITU's World Confere ...

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Black Friday Blues? 40 Ideas for the Prepper Gift Giver

The blinds are down. The doors are bolted. You slept in. You still bask in the euphoria of a pleasant evening with friends, family, and grateful feasting. Maybe you even helped others. Congratulations - you had a great Thanksgiving! And you didn't cave to the pressure to freeze in the cold night, suspend empathy and stampede your fellow man, pregnant woman*, child, old lady, disabled veteran, for overpriced ...

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NDAA 2013: Let’s Identify The Traitors

By now anyone who pays attention to politics knows that the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012 contained a provision that allows for the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens without charge or trial. Section 1021 of the 2012 NDAA states that anyone suspected of being involved in terrorism or “belligerent acts” against the U.S. can be detained by the military under the so-called Authorization ...

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POLICE STATE: Feds Want Obama’s Internet Oversight Instructions Kept Secret

The National Security Agency says a special directive from Barack Obama on the organization’s reach into private Internet communications will not be made public. The announcement comes in a letter from the NSA’s Pamela Phillips to the Electronic Privacy Information Center, which had filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the document. “Because the document is under the control of the National Securi ...

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OBAMA’S AMERICA: WHERE ARTISTS ARE TERRORISTS

You know you’re a terrorist when you use paint thinner and digital clocks. It’s rough terrain for artists in America just now, especially when fencing with airport security monsters, but there’s still some good news. Artists can emote, illustrate, declaim, wax political or remake themselves in edgy glorious couture. The bad news is that doing any of the above in a manner which in any way, ever, conceivably ...

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Residents Remember ‘Horror’ Of JFK Assassination

Eugene Thomas plans to spend today giving thanks, eating and getting together with family and friends. But his holiday will include a certain amount of mourning, too, because 49 years ago today, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Like many members of his generation, that day and event are seared into Thomas’ memory, and it’s a tragedy that strikes an emotional chord in the 62-year-old Easton man to ...

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Fox Pundit Jokes ‘Food Stamps Could Be A Diet Plan’

Fox Business kicked off Thanksgiving eve with a joke about food stamps. Discussing Newark, New Jersey MayorCory Booker’s challenge to live on food stamps for one week, Fox pundit Andrea Tantaros said that living on a $133 monthly allowance for food would make her look “fabulous.” Meanwhile, arecord number of Americans actually rely on this budget, for less than $1.50 per meal. 
 STUART VARNEY (HOST): Could ...

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Toxic Toys Are Being Sold To Your Children

ALERT! TOXIC TOYS HAZARD ALERT!    TOXIC TOYS ARE BEING SOLD TO YOUR CHILDREN WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE.   These toys, like the one on the right side of this page are being sold online and also in toy stores across the United States, to children three years old and older.  They are mislabeled in many cases and do not advise parents of the hazards of the toxic chemicals inside of these packages. Young ...

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