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‘Legalize Heroin & Cocaine': World Leaders Call For End to War on Drugs

A panel of top global narcotics experts fronted by prominent public figures including Kofi Annan, Richard Branson and eight ex-national presidents, is strongly urging that drugs be a matter for health professionals, not the police, in a new report. “Overwhelming evidence points to not just the failure of the drug control regime to attain its stated goals but also the horrific unintended consequences of puni ...

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President Obama inflames illegals by holding off immigration reform until after elections

On Sept. 7, President Barack Obama proved that immigration reform for millions or 10's of millions of illegal aliens living inside the continental United States is a political maneuver rather than a problem that needs to be solved as he backtracked on his promise to systematically impose his own form of amnesty and will now wait until after the 2014 elections in an effort to save the jobs of his fellow Demo ...

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Growing shocker: Vote for Scottish independence now just a coin flip

A hundred years ago, the geography of the world changed as former colonial nations sought their independence from empires and emperors after the World War that started in 1914.  And now in 2014, these same internal calls are being heard all over the globe with a long-standing member of Great Britain suddenly leaning towards a vote for independence just days after polls showed a 22 point lead in the favor of ...

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Ferguson, MO has now emerged into the Negro Spring

There are always symbols in specific times of history that speak volumes to both current and future populations.  An innocuous movie from a decade ago called V for Vendetta resurrected the well known myth of patriot and anarchist Guy Fawkes, and brought the history of defiance and rebellion front and center into the discourse of American thought and rhetoric. But an even greater global phenomenon that was s ...

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Black Congressman breaks away from Obama dialectic to introduce bill to de-militarize police

While Congressman Hank Johnson isn't known in many circles as the sharpest tool in the shed, as noted several times in the past, including this incident in 2010 where Johnson questioned the Commander of U.S. Pacific Command on the potential that troops on Guam were causing the island to tip over and capsize into the ocean, it appears however that the elected official from Georgia is willing to break away fr ...

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Russell Brand Destroys The “War On Drugs” In Under 7 Minutes

Russell Brand has become quite the talking point amongst activist types. Whether it be what he shares about his thoughts on our overall society or something as focused as the war on drugs, Russell seems to always have something intelligent and thought provoking to say – something I think we all wish our politicians and world leaders were capable of as well. Russell may be most well known for his calls for r ...

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Programmed: Nearly 80% of all Americans happy with diminishing freedoms

Benjamin Franklin, one of the nations primary founding fathers once said, 'They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety'.  And in America today, a large portion of Americans, nearly 80%, believe that the security we have achieved at the cost of most basic liberties, is alright with them. We live in a country that literally has millions of law ...

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Six Months of Legal Marijuana And Colorado Has More Cash And Less Crime

With the passage of Amendment 64 in November 2012, Colorado made history and became one of the first two states to approve legal regulation of the cultivation, manufacture and sale of marijuana for adults 21 and over. Colorado has become a proving ground to demonstrate the positive impacts of regulation instead of prohibition – and hopefully will promote similar efforts elsewhere. Despite warnings from lega ...

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House Republicans May Have Accidentally Legalized Weed in D.C.

In an effort to block Washington, D.C. from decriminalizing pot possession — a law it passed on its own back in March — House Republicans led by Maryland Rep. Andy Harris may have accidentally legalized it. Congress, as you may recall, has the D.C. government under its thumb, and may intervene whenever it feels like if the district does something it doesn't approve of. In this case, the city made possession ...

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Americans renouncing citizenship up 25% over 2013 in just the first six months

In 2013, approximately 750 Americans officially renounced their citizenship, and followed through with the paperwork to divest themselves from U.S. sovereignty.  However, because of political and economic reasons that have carried over into 2014, the number of Americans who have renounced their citizenship this year has already surpassed all of last year, and in fact, has increased that number by 25% in jus ...

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11 Year-Old Students Given DETENTION For REFUSING TO KNEEL & PRAY TO ALLAH IN CLASS

Two schoolboys were given detention after refusing to kneel down and 'pray to Allah' during a religious education lesson. Parents were outraged that the two boys from year seven (11 to 12-year-olds) were punished for not wanting to take part in the practical demonstration of how Allah is worshipped. They said forcing their children to take part in the exercise at Alsager High School, near Stoke-on-Trent - w ...

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Congress calls for special prosecutor to investigate I.R.S.

May 7 was a red letter day for justice as the House of Representatives finally voted on contempt charges for former I.R.S executive Lois Lerner, while at the same time voting to have a special prosecutor investigate the Internal Revenue Service on fraud and other criminal violations. Just 3 days short of the one year anniversary of Lois Lerner refusal to testify about the IRS' improper targeting of conserva ...

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