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Budget Cut Lie: Both parties in Congress will increase spending

Beginning last week, the House began discussing measures for a budget resolution that Republicans claim will 'cut the budget' and attempt to show Americans that the GOP is looking at their their interests.  But as former Congressman Ron Paul noted in his weekly address, the so-called conservative party has no intention of decreasing spending, and in fact, are like their counter parts across the aisle in wan ...

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BLM backed down after news Senator Harry Reid’s ties to land deal emerged

Cliven Bundy is not the first American to have the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) uses Nazi tactics in an attempt to intimidate, and remove rightful landowners from their property, but his tribulation may have saved many others from tyrannical usurpation in the future.  In a story that is growing by the hour, it appears now that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is fully entrenched in the Nevada standoff, ...

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Putin threatens Europe with gas shutoff if it doesn’t pay Ukraine’s debt

The reason the world's reserve currency is known as the petro-dollar is because oil, not gold or GDP, rules the world.  In today's modern civilization, those that have oil and abundant energy, dictate to those who do not. Which is why the trump cards have always been in Russia's hand, and on April 11, Vladimir Putin chose to play a big one. Europe should provide aid to Ukraine to ensure uninterrupted natura ...

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Hunger Games: U.S. near the top in un-affordable food prices

Ever ask yourself why more than 50 million Americans are on food stamps?  All one has to do is look at a new chart out from Bloomberg economist Niraj Shah to discover than since 2007, only Estonia and Hungary (irony) have experienced more growth in their citizens being unable to afford to buy food than the U.S..  In fact, with a 21% growth in Americans unable to afford to buy food in just the past seven yea ...

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Americans are slaves to the IRS for three days longer than last year

For decades, Americans have tasted a bitter pill that sarcastically is called Tax Freedom Day.  It is considered the day that the average American is free from taxation for the year, and has progressively moved further along the calendar since the late 1980's. In 2014, the newest Tax Freedom Day determination is out and according to a report released on April 7 by the Tax Foundation, the calender day in whi ...

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Volkswagen’s New 300 MPG CAR … NOT ALLOWED IN AMERICA

(Jim Stone)  You won’t find the 300 MPG Volkswagen XL1 in an American showroom, in fact it has even been denied a tour of America because it is too efficient for the American public to be made widely aware of, and oil profits are too high in America with the status quo in place. No tour has been allowed for this car because the myth that 50 mpg is virtually impossible to obtain from even a stripped down eco ...

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WHERE IS THE MSM?? Yet Another BP OIL SPILL IN THE US

The BP refinery that spilled up to 1,638 gallons of crude oil may soon be cleaned up, but officials are calling on BP to be held accountable for its actions. The Whiting refinery, located in northwest Indiana, spilled between 630 and 1,638 gallons of crude oil into Lake Michigan this week after a malfunction occurred at one of the refinery’s crude distillation units. So far, cleanup crews have reported “min ...

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NETWORK’S REFUSE OBAMA’S REQUEST For Primetime OBAMACARE CELEBRATION…

BuzzFeed Politics — White House officials sought valuable primetime air for a rare, impromptu Tuesday night address to tout the accomplishment of signing up more than 7 million people under the Affordable Care Act. But network officials refused to make the kind of accommodation they did previously for the announcement that Osama Bin Laden had been killed, for instance, and Obama was left instead cutting int ...

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IRS labels Bitcoin an asset and not a form of currency

In a bizarre ruling on March 25, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has summarily declared Bitcoin to be a an asset, or 'property', and is therefore subjected to capital gains taxes similar to selling a house, a stock, or an ounce of gold. Today’s IRS guidance will provide certainty for investors, along with potential income-tax liability. Under the ruling, purchasing a $2 cup of coffee with Bitcoins bought ...

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Nancy Pelosi Admits That Congress Is Scared Of The CIA

from the well-that's-revealing dept Over the past few months, one thing we keep hearing over and over again from defenders of the intelligence community is that everything is under control and "legal" because Congress has powerful oversight. We've shown, repeatedly, how that's something of a joke. The intelligence community has lied repeatedly, has withheld documents and is generally nonresponsive to oversi ...

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