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MUMPS OUTBREAK At A NJ COLLEGE … 100% Of VICTIMS WERE VACCINATED [W/ VIDEO]

New York News The New Jersey Department of Health is investigating eight confirmed cases of mumps found in students at Stevens Institute of Technology. The college in Hoboken says the students range in age from 18 to 21. All were fully vaccinated with two documented doses of mumps-containing vaccine. The school says it has told faculty and staff members who are unsure of their immunization status to check w ...

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Where does your state rank in highest or lowest income taxes

Now that the dreaded April 15 IRS filing date has come and gone, it is time to look at how each state fares in relation to each other in imposing income taxes upon the citizens of their dominions.  Taxes across the board have become a staple of government policy, with sales, property, excise, and other fees taking a large piece of American's dwindling paychecks. Here are the highest "taxing" states in the U ...

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Anti-NRA Protester Explains Why YOU SHOULDN’T BE ABLE TO PROTECT YOURSELF WITH A GUN…EVER [VIDEO]

When MRCTV’s Dan Joseph talked with protesters outside the National Rifle Association’s headquarters in Fairfax, Va., earlier this week, he was able to really encapsulate the anti-gun crowd’s argument against the Second Amendment. When asked if a person who believes their life is in danger should be able to defend themselves with a firearm, one protester simply said, “No.” “Only a law enforcement officer sh ...

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Cliven BUNDY SUPPORTERS Are Now Being Labeled “DOMESTIC TERRORISTS”

“I repeat: what happened there was domestic terrorism” Senator Harry Reid has escalated the war of words over the Cliven Bundy dispute, sensationally labeling the Nevada cattle rancher’s supporters “domestic terrorists” during an event in Las Vegas today. During a ‘Hashtags & Headlines’ event at the Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Reid referred to Bundy supporters as “Nothing more than domestic t ...

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GANG WAR: What Happens When 100 HIPPOS SQUARE OFF TO FIGHT 100 CROCODILES Over Dinner

When two tribes go to war: Incredible moment legion of hippos turn and flee after stand-off with more than 100 crocs in epic Zambian river battle They are some of the most fearsome creatures to stalk the waterways of Africa. But when a army of crocodiles got snap happy with a herd of hippos, it seems that the mammals were in no mood for a fight. Wildlife photographer Marc Mol witnessed the ignominious retre ...

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Eurasian Economic Union and trade zone scheduled to begin in May

The concept behind the European Union was to solidify the economic power of European nations under one umbrella in the wake of World War II, and the ever changing sphere of global super powers.  Starting in the late 1950's between companies in France and Germany, this union has morphed into a go-political monstrosity run by un-elected technocrats, and using a common currency that has stifled trade throughou ...

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This Snake Picked The Wrong Dinner

Researchers on Golem Grad Island, Macedonia, stumbled upon a rather intriguing and wholly disgusting find whilst looking for snakes -  a dead young viper with the head of a huge centipede protruding through its body. What a way to go! The report has been briefly described in the journal Ecologica Montenegrina. Nose-horned vipers (Vipera ammodytes) are venomous snakes found in southern Europe, the Balkans an ...

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Alternative to the World Bank scheduled for operation in 2015

Before one can replace an already well established institution there must either be plans for, or something already created, to fill the void that former entity provided.  And when it comes to the control and domination over the global monetary system, the BRICs nations appear to be way ahead of the curve. On April 14, Russian Ambassador at Large Vadim Lukov announced that a new banking system would be onli ...

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KARMA: COP TRIES TO SHOOT DOG … SHOOTS HIMSELF INSTEAD!

A Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy was out to serve a warrant when a dog began to approach him, “aggressively.” According to a Riverside County sheriff’s spokesperson, the deputy was serving court documents to a resident in the 3000 block of Eucalyptus Avenue at about 2 p.m. when a dog came at him. The deputy, who has not been named, feared for his safety and pulled out his gun but ended up shooting himsel ...

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