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FBI changes mission from law enforcement to protecting the state apparatus

The term National Security has changed since 9/11, and has a much more sinister scope than that of protecting the people of the United States.  In fact, when politicians or government agencies use the term National Security today, what they mean in a veiled reference is the protecting if the State apparatus, similar to the way the Stasi did during the years of communist East Germany. Which makes it very int ...

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SELL OUT: Rand Paul: ‘Appropriate’ That Snowden Should Serve a ‘Few Years in Prison’

  Appearing on ABC’s This Week on Sunday, Sen.Rand Paul (R-KY) told host George Stephanopoulos that National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden should be convicted and sent to prison for his crimes. Paul said that, while he appreciates Snowden’s leaks about domestic intelligence gathering programs, Snowden should serve a light sentence for leaking American foreign intelligence gathering practices to ...

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Here’s How Much It Costs To Buy Weed In Colorado Now

Recreational marijuana is now legal to buy in Colorado, and it's not cheap. But pot smokers who waited in five-hour long lines weren't necessarily looking for a deal on Green Wednesday. "Our most expensive strains sold the quickest," said Toni Fox, proprietor of Denver's 3D Cannabis Center, to The Huffington Post. "We're closing Monday and Tuesday next week to reassess after the large volume of sales we are ...

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Like cigarettes, pot could become tax that saves state budgets

On Jan 1, recreational pot laws went into effect in the states of Washington and Colorado.  And while it is too early to determine how this will equate in the rise of overall revenue for the marijuana industry, expectations are already under way by these states on how taxes received from the sale of the drug can help in subsidizing their general budgets. Colorado projects $578.1 million a year in combined w ...

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Colorado will use pot to fund schools

Dec. 31 begins the first day of Colorado's new law which legalizes marijuana for recreational use.  In its first year, estimated revenues for businesses are expected to reach $578 million, yielding $67 million in tax revenue.  A large portion of that money will be going to fund education in Colorado, as well as the building of new schools. Colorado projects $578.1 million a year in combined wholesale and re ...

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Obama Secretly Signs Bill ENDING FREE SPEECH

Long gone may the days be where the people of the United States have the right to express themselves freely under the First Amendment.  Obama just signed a bill into law secretly that allows for Secret Service to arrest anyone publicly protesting within their vicinity. The bill turned law, H.R. 347, has passed through congress with little objection from either side, or the American public.  This could be on ...

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Military Documents Confirm Obama Is Silencing, Criminalizing Christianity

  Multiple eyewitnesses and military documents have now confirmed Wednesday's report that soldiers at a recent briefing on Fort Hood were told that Christians and Tea Partiers are dangerous extremists who are "tearing the nation apart," and that donating to such groups now constitutes a military crime. Ft. Hood has denied the charges, but evidence continues to mount. According to documents produced by ...

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‘Duck Dynasty’ Family Hits Back After Phil Robertson Suspension

Less than a week after Phil Robertson was suspended by A&E from the hit show Duck Dynasty, the hunting equipment mogul and his family are pushing back. Speaking with the British Daily Mail newspaper, a “source close to the family” said that the network was aware of the controversial things that Robertson had said in an interview but declined to suppress them even though it could have. “It is our belief ...

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ALERT: The Supreme Court Just Took Away Your Right to Remain Silent

  The Supreme Court’s terrible—and dangerous—ruling this week on the Fifth Amendment.   On Monday, in a case called Salinas v. Texas that hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves, the Supreme Court held that you remain silent at your peril. The court said that this is true even before you’re arrested, when the police are just informally asking questions. The court’s move to cut off the right to rem ...

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Facebook Is Recording What You Type – EVEN IF YOU DON’T POST IT

According to a story published this week in the Los Angeles Times, Facebook can see if user’s type on the site even if they don’t post it. The social media giant had to confirm this feature after two Facebook researchers revealed that they had tracked the activity of 5 million random Facebook users while they analyzed self-censorship on the site. Facebook told the Times that the only reason for this researc ...

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