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Attorney General Holder finally acts to stop illegal theft and seizures by the police

There is one constant in the realm of politics... when the light is shined on the rats in Washington and at the local level then actual change takes place to the benefit of the citizens.  And with so many different sources, including satirists and comediennes speaking out on the topic of Civil Forfeiture regarding the police using a spurious Federal law to steal personal property from the people without a w ...

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FDIC closes bank in Florida to become first bank failure for 2015

First National Bank of Crestview, located in Crestview, FL, was closed down by the FDIC on Friday, Jan. 16.  This bank failure is the first for the month of January and is the first bank closure for 2015. 1/16/2015 *** FL *** Crestview *** First National Bank of Crestview *** $4.4 million dollar estimated FDIC DIF cost. The total DIF for failed banks this week is $4.4 million. If you were banking at the Fir ...

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EXPLAIN THIS: UFO Releases Glowing Orbs Into a Formation in Western Massachusetts

Witness stated: “Watching a UFO from my roof. The UFOs went into formation before disappearing. Me and my neighbors watched this from my roof in western Massachusetts on January 13, 2015. Editor’s note: If the sighting is real and not a hoax it is a unique recording. Since the sighting is over a big population it must have been seen by more people, but searching for other reports in the main stream media an ...

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Scientists Discover That Marijuana Can Reduce Brain Damage Caused By Alcohol

Chemicals within cannabis have powerful antioxidant properties, and scientists believe this can protect the brain from damage. Too much alcohol can lead to permanent brain damage, among other things. A recent study from the University of Kentucky and the University of Maryland concluded that a chemical in marijuana called cannabidiol (CBD) could be used to prevent alcohol-induced brain damage. The study was ...

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How To Successfully Get Through a DUI Checkpoint … WITHOUT SAYING A WORD

When it comes to DUI checkpoints, 2013 and 2014 were both years of belligerent constitutional confrontations. Could 2015 be the year those confrontations cool off — thanks to plastic bags hanging out of car windows? In a video posted to YouTube Thursday, longtime police recording activist Jeff Gray tests out a novel approach to DUI checkpoints in Florida: putting license, registration and insurance informat ...

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What This 7-Year-Old Did To Survive A Tragic Plane Crash Will Leave You In Awe

Seven-year-old Sailor Gutzler did not expect to be tested by an awful experience. She flew with her family from Tallahassee, Florida, to Mount Vernon, Illinois, when her plane experienced engine trouble over the woods of Kentucky. As the plane lost altitude, Sailor had to think and act fast. Sailor was traveling with her father, mother, and two small siblings. Their plane ultimately crashed in the woods of ...

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What Divers Found At The Bottom Of The Ocean Could Rewrite World History

We've all heard the legend of the lost city of Atlantis. Until this week, it's been just that: a legend. However, this might change sooner than you think. Recently, a team of marine archaeologists off the coast of Sicily discovered 39 ingots of "orichalcum," an alloy that was said to be created exclusively in Atlantis. This is what the ingots look like. The Greek philosopher Plato wrote that orichalcum was ...

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Remember Facta? Now meet the IRS database to manage everyone’s bank accounts

When Congress and the the President sought to institute a measure of capital controls on the people of the United States, and keep the public from rushing outside the country to move their money for protection, they came up with a scheme known as FACTA.  FACTA is the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, and under this draconian piece of legislation is the demand on any foreign bank that does business with th ...

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DARPA’s Autonomous ‘Micro-drones’ Designed To Enter Houses

As drone expert, P.W. Singer said about microdrones, “At this point, it doesn’t really matter if you are against the technology, because it’s coming.” According to Singer, “The miniaturization of drones is where it really gets interesting. You can use these things anywhere, put them anyplace, and the target will never even know they’re being watched.” This has been the promise that the Air Force made quite ...

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Cops Face Murder Charges After Video Captures Shooting of Homeless Man

Albuquerque police officers Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez This marks the FIRST time in the history of one of the most violent police forces in the US, in which any officer has faced criminal charges for shooting someone in the line of duty. According to multiple sources, the two Albuquerque police officers who shot and killed “illegal camper” James Boyd, last year, will be charged Monday with murder. The ...

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Uncensored Footage of Paris Terror Attack Raises Serious Questions

A censored video of the Charlie Hebdo shootings is raising serious questions about the recent terror attack in Paris. In the shockingly non-graphic video below, which is meant to show French police officer Ahmed Merabet being shot in the head, you’ll notice there is no blood, gore or graphic violence. Pay attention to the sidewalk to the right of the officer’s head. This has provided many with a legitimate ...

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Watch The Earth Open And Close During Japan’s 2011 Earthquake

Over 18,000 people were killed by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that struck Northeastern Japan on March 11, 2011. The earthquake lasted six minutes, and had over 250 aftershocks. Amateur video obtained by an American tourist visiting a park when the earthquake struck shows how dynamic the ground can be. The ground can be seen opening and closing, with some areas spurting water to the sur ...

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