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Somehow, somewhere there was a Federal Judge who wasn’t paid off

Despite the limp dishrag Congress, who hours after winning control of the Senate stated they were not going to challenge President Barack Obama on anything, it did not take long for a lone Federal judge from Pennsylvania to negate Obama's amnesty Memorandum, and show that not everyone in the court system is bought and paid for by the elite. In a ruling that stemmed from a deportation case brought before his ...

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The truth will set you free: Members of Congress admit they didn’t read NDAA bill

Most people remember this chilling quite from former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi when she said about Obamacare, "We must first vote on the bill before we can find out what is in it."  Unfortunately for Americans now, at a time when militarized police are being scrutinized for brutal and aggressive acts against blacks and other citizens, a new interview with some members of the House of Representatives ...

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While those feeding the poor are jailed, looting has become the norm in America

While America waits for the grand jury ruling in Ferguson, MO, fears over the next incident of rioting and looting hang in the balance for citizens and businesses in the region.  But not unlike places in the past such as Ferguson, Los Angeles, and of course New Orleans, looting appears to now be a way of life for those living in metropolitan cities, and for people who use a crisis as a means to steal from t ...

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Recreational Marijuana Just Became Legal in the Nation’s Capital

Marijuana enthusiasts of America, rejoice: Residents of the nation's capital are voting yes on smoking pot for fun. NPR reports that as of 9:09 pm Eastern time, supporters of the Washington, D.C., ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana have a 65-29.5 percent lead, and the measure is set to pass. The measure will make it legal for people 21 and older to possess up to two ounces of marijuana and ...

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FBI now seeking DOJ approval to be able to to hack computers here and around the world

It is bad enough when the NSA has decided unlawfully to collect, monitor, and store any and all communications on both Americans and foreign entities alike.  Now the FBI wants to get into the game by seeking court approval through the Justice Department to be allowed to hack into any computer at any time, both here and abroad. The Justice Department is looking to remove restrictions on the FBI's ability to ...

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Customers around Machester, UK can ask for white only taxi drivers

For the first time in years or even decades, a municipality in Britain is actually throwing away political correctness and diversity, and erring on the side of safety after a huge investigation into a child sex scandal involving foreign taxi drivers from Pakistan and the Middle East was broken up and made public.  In fact, the scandal was so egregious to the inhabitants of that city that customers in Rochda ...

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Connecticut becomes first state to suspend Constitution over Ebola scare

Even though the first cases of Ebola in the U.S. were in states not located near New York and Washington D.C., it appears the liberal bastion that rules the Northeast corridor of America is having little regard for the Constitution and individual liberties as the state of Connecticut on Oct. 10 has just suspended an important protection from the Bill of Rights, and decreed that anyone even thought to potent ...

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It’s coming… travel bans being discussed over Ebola outbreak

The concept of restrictions on travel because of the Ebola outbreak is a two-edged sword.  First, the United States would not have had any incidents of Ebola on the continent had the CDC or HHS instituted a much stricter regimen for entry during the early days of confirmed cases in Africa.  Secondly, the number of confirmed cases are minuscule when compared to the number of airline passengers who fly everyd ...

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Federal government pays whistleblowers but only if they benefit Uncle Sam

Under the Obama administration, whistle blowers in agencies such as the NSA, CIA, or DOD have not only been vilified, but in some cases, threatened with criminal indictment for making public illegal activities being done within agencies of the U.S. government.  However, not all whistle blowing is being met with punishment as the SEC on Sept. 22 proved that if you rat out someone for Uncle Sam, rather than a ...

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While 45% of Scotland sought freedom, 25% of Americans now want same thing

The biggest news story of this week was the Scottish Independence vote, which came up 55%-45% against seceding from British authority.  But while this referendum was the buildup of centuries of distrust and dislike of Scotland's UK masters, they are not the only peoples wanting independence from the domination of oligarchy's, technocracies, and growing fascist governments.  In fact, it is now estimated that ...

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Bankers ready to give you the finger as Barclays to launch blood flow access screening

Most people have heard of the Mark of the Beast, which by biblical prophecy is said to be the primary way people can buy and sell in a dystopian future.  But before then, a new way for people to be allowed to access their bank accounts is being launched now as Barclays Bank is ready to roll out a new scanning system that measures blood flow in your body through accessing your data via your finger. “Barclays ...

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1 Of America’s Largest Cities Is Decriminalizing Marijuana, From Jail To A $25 Fine

Mayor of Philadelphia Michael Nutter has confirmed that he will sign a bill to decriminalize marijuana. The legislation would reduce the sentence for being caught with pot from possible jail to a $25 fine. Nutter claims that while he’s not a supporter of the use of marijuana, he’s opposed similar bills before, he’s grown tired of seeing citizens hit with jail time for nothing more than possessing a small bi ...

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