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7-Year-Old Boy Suspended … FOR SHAPING HIS FOOD INTO A GUN

Josh Welch is a seven-year-old-boy who attends¬†Park Elementary School¬†in Brooklyn Park. The Maryland school has a breakfast ‚Äúsnack time‚ÄĚ and¬†provided pastries on Friday. Josh was trying to turn his pastry into a shape. Josh chewed his breakfast pastry into the shape of a gun and was suspended for two days. Josh had his parents called into the school after the teacher took away his half-eaten breakfast pastr ...

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Are The Illuminati Behind The Death Of A Paparazzo Photographer?

The photographic portfolio of Italian photographer Daniele Lo Presti read like a guest list at an awards ceremony. Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Rihanna and Beyonce had all found themselves splashed across newspapers and magazines thanks to Lo Presti. Stefano Dolce and Domenica Gabbana were not always happy about the attention they received from him and it was Lo Presti who was behind the glamour photographs o ...

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The Desperate Workers Forced To Live In Tiny ‘Coffin’ Apartments Of Tokyo

apanese capital is one of the most crowded cities in the world 'Geki-sema' or share houses are mainly used by young professionals  No windows and enough room for one person and a few possessions They are barely large enough for a single person to squeeze into at all, let alone swing a cat. But incredibly these tiny 'coffin' apartments in central Tokyo still command rents of up to £400 a month. The Japanese ...

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13-Year-Old Mexican Drug Cartel Hitman Found Dead, Tortured

MORELOS, Mexico (CBS Houston)¬†‚ÄĒ A 13-year-old Mexican drug cartel hitman was found dead along with five other people. Univision reports that Jorge Armando Moreno‚Äôs body showed signs of torture when he was found near the town of Morelos. Moreno ‚ÄĒ who was a member of the Los Zetas gang ‚ÄĒ was arrested earlier this month, along with 15 other suspects, and confessed to taking part in 10 executions. He was releas ...

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There is a media blackout on the lawsuit journalist Tangerine Bolen and seven other plaintiffs against Barack Obama’s National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Bolen, Executive Director of, says that th NDAA has been called the death of our republican form of government. Gary Franchi of Next News Network, who interviewed Bolen today, reports, “It contains a provision allowing the president to ...

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Texas High-school Student Punished for Refusing to Recite MEXICAN PLEDGE

A Texas high-school student is suing her local school district after she was punished for refusing to stand and recite Mexico's pledge of allegiance as part of a Spanish class assignment. The lawsuit charges that the McAllen Independent School District violated 15-year-old Brenda Brindson’s constitutional guarantees when her Spanish teacher required her to recite the Mexican pledge and sing its national ant ...

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STOP EATING TUNA …. Unless You Like Flirting With Death

Fukushima. Such old news. Yesterday’s news. From a place far away. Fuckem. Everything is under control. We have enough shit to worry about. Why am I such a doom and gloomer? Research I’ve done and found today. I think Fukushima is still a problem. Judge for yourself. We often/usually buy in large quantities when items are on sale. So, a few months ago we bought 20+ cans of tuna for about a buck a can. I hav ...

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The Army Doesn’t Want You to See the Results of Its Shady PTSD Probe

This past fall, the Army found out the results of a probe meant to determine if psychiatrists were reversing soldiers' PTSD diagnoses to save the government money by denying them medical retirements. Months later, they still don't want anyone knowing what's in those files. The Army has refused to release the results of the so-called Madigan inquiry, and attempts to get the report through Freedom of Informat ...

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Explosive report: 98% of newborn babies are genetically screened

(NaturalNews) "Newborn Screening in America," a report from the Council for Responsible Genetics, states: "Before they are even a week old, ninety-eight percent of the 4.3 million babies born annually in the United States have a small sample of blood taken from their heels." The report continues: "These newborn bloodspots (NBS) are then screened for a variety of inherited conditions and may later be stored ...

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