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LIKE HOT CAKES: Americans Purchase A Gun Every 1.5 Seconds

For the last two months Americans have been lining up in unprecedented numbers at gun shops and gun shows across the country. In fact, demand has been so massive that the FBI’s background check system in a number of states crashed as a result of being overwhelmed. In January, some 2.4 million requests were sent to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), which ranks last month as the se ...

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DOUBLE STANDARD: Why Don’t White-Collar Criminals Get Equal Time?

The Obama administration collected some crowd-pleasing headlines with its announcement that the Justice Department is suing Standard & Poor’s, the rating agency that notoriously fueled the financial crisis and crash by duping investors into buying billions in rotten securities. The government is said to be seeking a cash penalty of more than $1 billion. That sounds good, but President Obama and his admi ...

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STORM PANIC HITS: Bank of America warns ‘Get Cash,’ FEMA sees blackouts

In what may be the first full digital storm panic, federal, state and business officials worried about the snow headed for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast have taken to Twitter warn that a potential disaster is coming. Bank of America led the frenzy. "Winter Storm #Nemo may bring 2 feet of #snow to New England late Fri & Sat. Prepare now - make sure you have plenty of cash on hand." President Obama's Fed ...

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INFILTRATED ELITE: Audacious Hack Exposes Bush Family Pix, E-Mail

The apparent hack of several e-mail accounts has exposed personal photos and sensitive correspondence from members of the Bush family, including both former U.S. presidents, The Smoking Gun has learned. The photos and e-mails were uploaded yesterday to an online account that appears to have been hacked for the purpose of hosting the material. In e-mail exchanges with the person who claimed responsibility fo ...

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FUTURE FASHION: Could this ‘Star Trek’ headband help banish migraines?

A band worn across the forehead for twenty minutes a day could zap migraines that blight the lives of millions. The device - which 'looks like something out of Star Trek' - delivers electric impulses to the supraorbital nerve that controls sensation in and around the eye. A study found those who used it were suffering about a third fewer debilitating headaches after a couple of months. The number of people ...

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PROTEST: Senate intelligence hearing on Brennan’s CIA nomination halted by protesters

John O. Brennan couldn’t even finish introducing his family before he was interrupted four times by protesters at his confirmation hearing Thursday to become the new director of the CIA. Intelligence committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein halted the hearing and pulled Mr. Brennan from the room until it could be cleared of protesters, who she said were affiliated with Code Pink, the anti-war group. Mr. Brenna ...

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RAISE THE DRAWBRIDGE: Moats dug around Chinese villagers’ houses to drive them out

Yangji village in the southeastern city of Guangzhou has reportedly existed for some 900 years. As China's economy exploded and the port city's population ballooned to more than 12 million, real estate developers moved in and Yangji's 4,000 residents found themselves facing eviction. Some 99 per cent of Yangji's villagers are now reported to have abandoned their homes, but at least six families have refused ...

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TERRORIST TWEETS: How Al Qaeda’s social media move could cause problems

Twitter isn't just for Justin Bieber – terrorists are tweeting, too. Somalia’s Al Qaeda affiliate, Al-Shabab, might not have as many followers as Mr. Bieber (1,800 versus 34 million), but it is still microblogging to get its message out. "Our war against the West is a war for the sovereignty and dominance of Allah’s Law above all creation. No to democracy and #Kafir laws!" it tweeted recently, using the Ara ...

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NO HORSING AROUND: Findus Beef Lasagna Meals 100% Horse Meat

Tests on Findus beef lasagne have revealed that some of the ready meals were made entirely from horsemeat. Findus analysed 18 of its beef lasagne products and found 11 meals contained between 60% and 100% horsemeat, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) said. There is no evidence to suggest the horsemeat found in the Findus beef lasagne is a food safety risk, the FSA said. However, the agency has ordered urgent t ...

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END THE FED: Fed Has Bought More U.S. Debt This Year Than Treasury Issued

(CNSNews.com) - So far this calendar year, the Federal Reserve has bought up more U.S. government debt than the U.S. Treasury has issued. On Dec. 31, the total debt of the U.S. government was $16.4327 trillion and then-Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner announced that the government had hit what was then the legal debt limit. Last week, however, Congress enacted a law to suspend the federal government debt lim ...

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DEHUMANIZATION: Human DNA FROM ABORTED FETUSES ARE IN VACCINES

Most people will find it hard to believe that human DNA is contained in up to 23 different vaccines due to the fact a lot of the viruses are grown on aborted fetal tissue. As a result of the viruses being grown on aborted fetal tissue it is nearly impossible to separate residue from the fetuses completely from the vaccines. This adds a whole new element to the vaccination debate for those who are pro life. ...

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MULTIPLE SHOOTERS!!!: Sandy Hook DA cites ‘POTENTIAL SUSPECTS,’ fears witness safety

Connecticut State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky has argued that unsealing warrants in the Sandy Hook case might "seriously jeopardize" the investigation by disclosing information known only to other "potential suspects." Sedensky said that unsealing the warrants would also: "identify persons cooperating with the investigation, thus possibly jeopardizing their personal safety and well-being." The statement by ...

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