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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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U.S. re-igniting Cold War in Ukraine and this time Russia may respond with force

For the most part, Russia has remained neutral in America's covert overthrow and occupation of the Eurasian state's closest ally in Ukraine.  But the days of diplomacy and rhetoric from Russian leadership may quickly be coming to an end as the U.S. Congress voted recently to allow arms sales to flow into Ukraine, and potentially lead to a build-up of missile sites just across from the Russian border. In res ...

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Two Reporters FIRED BY FOX NEWS FOR EXPOSING MONSANTO Break Their Silence

This is video is from the documentary The Corporation which examines modern-day corporations, featuring interviews with corporate critics such as Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein and Howard Zinn. Steve Wilson and Jane Akre were working on a series talking about health concerns related to Monsanto’s growth hormone. The growth hormone did not comply with safety requirements as highlighted by Canada health. Mysteriou ...

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Negative effect of new Republican Congress: Increase of NSA spying powers on Americans

One thing that most Americans need to remember in the aftermath of the Republican victory in last month's elections is that the formerly conservative political party is today made up of neo-conservative war hawks that see protection of the oligarchy as the primary function of their roles in government. Which makes it not too surprising when during the same week that Congress passed legislation allowing for ...

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Prescription Painkillers Kill More Americans Than Heroin & Cocaine Combined

According to a new report from Brandeis University, prescription painkillers — opioid or narcotic pain relievers like Vicodin (hydrocodone), OxyContin (oxycodone), Opana (oxymorphone), and methadone — are now responsible for more fatal overdoses in the U.S. than heroin and cocaine combined. Should prescription drug addicts manage to get into detox before it’s too late, they also realize that detoxification ...

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House to vote this afternoon on budget bill that was written in part by… Citibank?

As the House of Representatives prepares to vote this afternoon on a new budget bill to approve appropriations for the next fiscal year, an interesting dichotomy has been revealed in the legislation.  Not only have portions of the bill been written by, and submitted to Congress from banking giant Citigroup, but a rider within the bill is dedicated towards amending the Dodd-Frank banking reform act and will ...

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Your NAME In Capital Letters on Official Documents Is NOT You

The Uniform Commercial Code [UCC] used by the courts [not only in the USA] gives them jurisdiction ‘only’ over corporations. Flesh and blood human beings are not corporations, therefore the only jurisdiction courts have over any of us is what we ‘allow’ through unawareness, and CONsent, which sustain fraud. By Silas-Wesley: King, Junior, All Rights Reserved, UCC1-308 in all places and at all times and I den ...

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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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Europe-U.S. Coalition against Russia beginning to crack

After nearly a year of increasing economic sanctions put upon Russia by the U.S. and their allies in Europe, member states that have been the recipients of collateral damage from retaliatory sanctions imposed upon them by Russia are now thinking twice, and are beginning to discuss ways to end their affiliation with America in this proxy war by seeking a compromise with the Eurasian power to re-open some asp ...

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U.S. takeover of Ukraine escalates as American hedge fund manager becomes Finance Minister

There is already plenty of evidence that the Kiev coup was orchestrated by covert elements in the Central Intelligence Agency, but what is very chilling is how the takeover of the Ukrainian government by the U.S. continues to escalate even after 'elections' were run back in May.  In fact, on Dec. 4 an American national who worked for decades within the U.S. government, and who also ran a financial hedge fun ...

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While Congress waffles, 17 states decide to go to court over Obama’s immigration order

Despite the complete turnover in both Houses of Congress since 2010, the Republican led leadership has become little more than a limp dishrag when it comes to challenging the Constitutionality and legality of Barack Obama's immigration programs.  But in a move that shows that many states have become extremely fed up with the political shenanigans in Washington, 17 of them signed on for a joint lawsuit conde ...

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U.S. National Debt crosses $18 trillion with 70% coming from Obama’s tenure

While it took longer than expected, the U.S. National Debt has now officially exceeded $18 trillion, and is 107% of the total amount of GDP created in the economy for 2013.  This number also represents a watershed moment where President Barack Obama has been the instigator of almost more debt himself than all other Presidents combined, with his ownership ringing in at a whopping 70% increase since he took o ...

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