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Breakthrough: Alaska Airlines Makes First Commercial Flight with Renewable Energy

We have consistently reported on breakthrough achievements in the renewable energy sector. As the sector continues to grow, almost every aspect of our lives is affected. Almost everything we do in this modern life is connected to energy. We need energy to power vehicles to distribute the food we eat and the goods we consume. If the cost of energy is low, it also means low prices. This is just one example of ...

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U.S. Court Sentences a 77-Year-Old Disabled Veteran to Die in Prison for Treating His Illness with Marijuana

The November 2016 elections held in the United States confirmed that marijuana is gaining public acceptance in the country. In fact, the plant won major ballot victories on Election Day in states across the nation. Medical marijuana legalization, on the ballot in Florida, received a whopping 71% support from voters. Medical marijuana legalization also received massive endorsements in Arkansas and North Dako ...

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President Trump: Legalizing Drugs Will End the Violent Cartels

“We’re losing badly the War on Drugs. You have to legalize drugs to win that war. You have to take the profit away from these drug czars.” If you didn’t hear about this, it’s because virtually the entire mainstream media has been silent about it. The mainstream media is owned by just six corporations and relies for the bulk of its funding on pharmaceutical advertisers. In a report from High Times, President ...

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‘Beginning of the End’: Leaked Secret Recordings Expose Truth About CNN

(ZHE) As promised two days ago on the Sean Hannity radio show, James O’Keefe and his team at Project Veritas just released covertly captured, previously unheard audio footage from within the CNN newsroom. But unlike his usual undercover sting operations, this footage was allegedly sourced from a CNN insider who apparently grew frustrated with the perpetually biased reporting of the “fake news” media outlet. ...

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Russia joins in the push for a cashless society

Despite all the reforms and economic growth that has come out of Russia since the rise to power of Vladimir Putin, there is still plenty of corruption, especially within the corporate and mafioso sectors of the country.  And with the West pushing strongly towards eliminating physical cash under the guise of stopping terrorism, drug cartels, and money laundering, it appears that even Russia is not immune to ...

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President Trump to revoke Obama’s order allowing anyone to use any bathroom they choose

On Feb. 22, a leak from work being done within the Trump administration shows that President Trump is planning on revoking Barack Obama's Guidance Order which allowed anyone claiming a non-traditional gender to use any public bathroom they desired. Focused within both the Departments of Education and Justice, the issuance of a guidance order to facilitate trans-gender lavatory choices has been a major issue ...

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Oregon Couple Told They Have No Water Rights, Forced to Destroy Their Own Pond

Remember the Oregon ‘Rain Man’ or Gary Harrington — who was sent to 30 days in Jackson County Jail and slapped with a $1,500 fine for collecting rainwater on his 170-acre property? He was ordered to breach his dams and drain his ponds that held more than 13 million gallons of water, enough to fill 20 Olympic-sized swimming pools. Now, an Oregon couple faces a similar fate as Gary Harrington because the rain ...

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MSNBC Anchor: ‘Our Job’ Is To ‘Control Exactly What People Think’

(ZHE) During a lively discussion centered on fears that President Trump is “trying to undermine the media,” MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski let slip the awesome unspoken truth that the media’s “job” is to “actually control exactly what people think.” SCARBOROUGH: “Exactly. That is exactly what I hear. What Yamiche said is what I hear from all the Trump supporters that I talk to who were Trump voters and are still T ...

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Half-Eaten Shark Found on Florida Beach

February 21, 2017 Beachgoers in Florida were shocked to discover the haunting remains of a half-eaten shark that had washed ashore over the weekend. Wildlife officials estimate that the creature, which was found off the coast of the city of New Smyrna Beach, had been five feet long prior to the encounter that killed it. Indeed, in perhaps the most unsettling aspect of the story, the normally fearsome shark ...

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New Ripper Clue Uncovered?

February 22, 2017 A researcher who made headlines in 2002 when she argued that a renowned artist had been Jack the Ripper is even more convinced about her conclusions today thank to an intriguing scientific study. True crime author Patricia Cornwall generated a considerable amount of controversy over a decade ago when she proposed that artist Walter Sickert had been the notorious serial killer. Art experts ...

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New Witnesses Accuse Fmr UK Prime Minister Of Pedophilia, Ritual Murder

By Whitney Webb at trueactivist.com Sir Edward Heath, former Prime Minister of England, stands accused of rampant pedophilia and participating in ritualistic child murder by former police officers and alleged victims. In recent months, high-ranking politicians, attorneys, doctors and others have been accused or caught participating in depraved acts involving the sexual abuse of children. While the media has ...

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NASA Finds 7 Earth-Like Planets

February 22, 2017 At a NASA press conference on Wednesday afternoon, the space agency announced that astronomers have discovered an amazing seven Earth-like planets orbiting a nearby star. The bountiful find constitutes the highest number of such worlds to be seen circling the same celestial center aside from our own solar system, of course. All of the planets were described as being temperate and, thus, po ...

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