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STREET JUSTICE: Bus Passengers Beat Up Man Harassing Elderly Couple [VIDEO]

A New York City bus passenger was beat up this weekend after he wouldn’t stop threatening and insulting an elderly couple on a bus. Footage from the incident was posted on the web yesterday and has already been viewed almost 80,000 times. In the video, the instigator is heard yelling at the old couple. “F***in bitch,” he says. “You suck my d*** bitch. Yeah, call 911 bitch. F*** you bitch.” As the obnoxious ...

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VIDEO: Sheriff Mack Calls Out Glenn Beck, “You Ought To Be Ashamed of Yourself!”

Bunkersville, Nev., April 22, 2014- In this video Sheriff Mack breaks down the Bundy Ranch situation, while calling out Glenn Beck. He states that the Bundy family simply wants to be left alone and highlights how the federal government has run all 53 of the other cattle ranchers in Clark County out of business, while questioning how these types of authoritarian acts will subsequently affect the food supply ...

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How To Make Powdered Alcohol At Home

Some truths we rarely question. The sky is blue. The sun rises in the east. Cocktails are wet. But a new product, called Palcohol, aims to crumble our everyday expectations. It's an alcoholic beverage -- in powder form. Carry a convenient lightweight packet of powder with you anywhere, and reconstitute it with water whenever you want a drink.Palcohol will be available in vodka and rum varieties, as well as ...

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Humans have been enjoying alcohol for thousands of years in a variety of forms, but one aspect has always remained constant: it was liquid. Inventor Mark Phillips has created a product that could revolutionize what we think about cocktails and gives a whole new meaning to ‘dry martini’: powdered alcohol. The product, called Palcohol, has just gained approval from the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade B ...

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Obama recovery? Just don’t check with retail stores for the answer

Last week it was discovered that Democratic campaign advisers were issuing warnings to candidates seeking office during the 2014 elections.  That warning was to not talk about, or use the term, 'economic recovery', as surveys showed that the American people no longer believe the spin and rhetoric coming from the primary party in power. This week however, we are seeing more valid information as to why, and o ...

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Scientists Speechless At What They Find Beneath Egypt! One of the Most Controversial Mysteries Ever–Solved! [VIDEOS + PHOTOS]

For many generations, it has been questioned and debated. Many long hours and much time has been spent pouring over the evidence, yet with no clear answers and no hard proof. However, today, more evidence keeps piling up that proves the ancients did have technology far beyond what we can even begin to imagine.     Brien Foerester takes you down dark tunnels, beneath pyramids, and inside places you ...

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The END OF FACEBOOK – FB Caught Scamming Its Users

I write this as our FB page with 420,000 fans only has the ability to reach a few thousand people with every post; less than 1% of the fans we worked so hard to acquire. When Facebook was first starting out years ago, it was a great tool for connecting people. Originally aimed at connecting students, Facebook was a means by which you could stay caught up with old friends and acquaintances. As it got bigger, ...

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FLU SHOT KILLS 19-Year-Old, But Vaccine Industry Still Has Total Immunity Against Lawsuits

(NaturalNews) The flu shot has claimed its first victim in the state of Utah, at least according to state health officials who insist that there is no official record of any individual ever previously dying as a result of the annual jab. 19-year-old Chandler Webb, a formerly healthy young man who worked out at the gym daily, reportedly suffered violent reactions and slipped into a coma just one day after ge ...

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