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U.S. economy thanks ISIS for improved GDP numbers

It is a sad truth in economics that proves that war and conflict can be very beneficial to a nation's output.  And after three straight quarters of near recessionary GDP prints, the U.S. can now thank ISIS for today's 3.5% number. The ramp up of the war on terror via a new campaign against the insurgency group ISIS has caused the Federal government to massively increase spending, and thus artificially add b ...

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U.S. 7th easiest to do business with in world according to new study

On Oct. 29, the World Bank issued its annual Doing Business report for the year ending 2014, with the United States coming in at a rank of 7th in the world for their ease in which companies and individuals can corporately function within the sovereign country.  This is a small move upwards from their rank in the 2013 report, but they still fall well behind Eastern economies like Singapore, Hong Kong, and Ne ...

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Legal Marijuana Favored by 58% of Americans, 1% of Senators

This week Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) toldTalking Points Memo he is inclined to vote yes on Measure 91, which would legalize marijuana for recreational use in his state. "I think folks on both sides of the argument make a good case," Merkley said. "And there is concern about a series of new products—and we don't have a real track record from Colorado and Washington. But I feel on balance that we spend a lot ...

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Ex-Pats find Russia a much better place to live than the U.S.

Oh how things have changed since the end of the Cold War and the fall of the Soviet Union just 23 years ago.  In just two decades time, world opinion on both Russia and the United States has virtually flip-flopped, and in a new survey compiled on Oct. 23 by HSBC bank, many who have left their former homes of origin find living in Russia much more preferable to living in both Japan and the U.S., with the eme ...

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Soros lies in press to vilify Russia calling for IMF to fund Europe in economic war

Former Nazi collaborator and billionaire George Soros took the unprecedented move to pen an op-ed charging Russia with economic warfare against the European Union, and calling for the IMF to fund the EU against what Soros implies is 'a Russian attack on Ukraine that is indirectly an attack on the European Union and its principles of governance.' Europe is facing a challenge from Russia to its very existence ...

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Obama’s agency on Immigration submits proposal for millions of blank id’s

On Oct. 21, a proposal was made by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) department in the Obama administration to seek vendors capable of printing tens of millions of blank id's which would appear to be used as part of the President's desire for nationwide amnesty.  The public proposal would call for companies to print upwards of 4 million cards annually, with a total of 34 million desired by ...

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Former Nazi war criminals received Social Security from U.S.

In a shocking new investigation done by the Associated Press on Oct. 20, former Nazi war criminals were found to have received Social Security benefits from the taxpayer and United States government, and many even received continued benefits after they were deported from the country.  In an ongoing expose on Nazi's brought into the U.S. after World War II, at least 38 former war criminals received millions ...

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Obama’s New ‘EBOLA CZAR’ Does NOT Have Medical, Health Care Background

WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — President Barack Obama on Friday turned to a trusted adviser to lead the nation’s Ebola response as efforts to clamp down on any possible route of infection from three Texas cases expanded, reaching a cruise ship at sea and multiple airline flights. Facing renewed criticism of his handling of the Ebola risk, Obama will make Ron Klain, a former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Bid ...

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State Trooper Headed To Prison For Stealing Jewelry And Cash From Dying Man

Bridgeport, CT- Former Connecticut State Trooper Aaron Huntsman was sentenced to five years in prison, one year mandatory, after he was found guilty of stealing pieces of jewelry and nearly $4,000 in cash from a dying man at the scene of a motorcycle crash. On September 21st, 2012, Huntsman arrived at the scene of a collision between motorcyclist John Scalesse and a truck. Scalesse was gravely injured and h ...

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The 8 Most Corrupt Charities In The United States

8. National Veterans Service Fund National Veterans Service Fund says it offers guidance to veterans to help them qualify for aid they otherwise would go without. It also touts the “limited medical assistance” the charity hands out to needy veterans. Those promises have helped persuade donors contacted over the phone and in mailers to give $70 million over the past decade. The for-profit solicitors paid to ...

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Inventor giving middle finger to Feds as sales for gun making 3-D printer skyrocket

One of the inherent consequences of Fascism is that not only does a government promote and protect corporations over small businesses, but by limiting the number of companies able to create a particular product of service, they can regulate and restrict both how much is manufactured, and who can get, a particular item. But with the advent of 3-D printing and the ingenuity of inventors and entrepreneurs, wha ...

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The West is ratcheting up policies to restrict the internet

Dictatorial governments rely upon the control of information and ensuring public opinion follows the line of that government's agendas.  And while nations like Russia, China, and Iran have been accused mercilessly by the West for their restricting information from both their own people and the rest of the world, a strange dichotomy is quickly evolving where former free nations like the U.S., Britain, Turkey ...

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