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RECLUSIVE BILLIONAIRE Hauls FORTUNE IN UNMARKED TRUCKS

There’s a reason why Richard B. Cohen escapes attention. The chairman of C&S Wholesale Grocers Inc. works out of a nondescript office park once slated to house a county jail in Keene, New Hampshire, a leafy mountain hamlet 90 miles northwest of Boston. The truckers who deliver goods from the company’s 54 distribution centers drive unmarked tractor-trailers. Cohen’s last interview was published a decade ...

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How To Get Radiation Out of Your Body

The tragic meltdown at Fukushima has raised our awareness about the dangers of radiation. Whether or not you are in direct danger of the nuclear fallout from Fukushima you need to be aware. Here’s the deal… Exposure to radiation is a common enough occurrence these days, especially since we are surrounded everywhere with electronic devices that are constantly emitting harmful radiation. Moreover, if you actu ...

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Google Engineer Wins NSA Award, Then Says NSA Should Be “Abolished”

Last week, Dr. Joseph Bonneau learned that he had won the NSA’s first annual “Science of Security (SoS) Competition.” The competition, which aims to honor the best “scientific papers about national security” as a way to strengthen NSA collaboration with researchers in academia, honored Bonneau for his paper on the nature of passwords. And how did Bonneau respond to being honored by the NSA? By expressing, i ...

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HOMESCHOOLING: The Public Schools’ Invasive Species

To government, homeschooling resembles a weed that spreads and resists control. To homeschooling parents, it is the flowering of knowledge and values within children who have been abandoned or betrayed by public schools. A great tension exists between the two perspectives. Homeschooling’s continued growth has only heightened it. The federal government has reacted by attempting to increase its control over h ...

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FIGHTING ILLINI: Another State Close To Legalizing Medical Marijuana

After months of keeping his decision-making close to the vest, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is set to sign legislation Thursday that will make the state the 20th in the nation to legalize marijuana for medical use. The Chicago Democrat will center his remarks on military veterans – something that's been a focus in his governorship – and the chronically ill. He'll also tout how the standards in the bill are some ...

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Colin Powell Denies Allegations Of An Affair Following Email Hacks By ‘Guccifer’

Personal email exchanges posted by the notorious hacker known as “Guccifer” between Colin Powell and a Romanian member of the European Parliament has prompted the former secretary of state to publicly deny any allegations of an affair.   Four months after Guccifer first broke into the retired general’s AOL account, the hacker took control of another retired general’s Facebook account, and posted a mess ...

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WHISTLEBLOWER: Russia Grants Snowden One-Year Asylum

On June 23, he arrived in Moscow. He applied for asylum. He's been stuck in Sheremetyevo Airport transit zone limbo. Putin was clear and unequivocal. He won't extradite him. No treaty obligation exists. Official requests don't matter. Snowden's initial ordeal ended. A greater one awaits. He's able to travel freely. On August 1, Itar Tass headlined "Edward Snowden gets asylum and leaves Sheremetyevo transit ...

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CARRINGTON-CLASS EVENT: “The World Escaped an EMP Catastrophe”

According to researchers at EMPact America, an organization dedicated to studying and preparing for the possibility of large-scale electro magnetic pulse threats that can destroy our modern day electrical infrastructure, the earth came dangerously close to a serious destabilization event. A couple of weeks ago the sun emitted a massive CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) that, had it been earth-directed, would like ...

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SMOKE UP: Uruguay Marijuana Legalization Approved in House of Representatives

According to the El Observador, Uruguay's Lower House of Representatives voted to approve a marijuana legalization bill to include regulation for its sale in pharmacies and personal cultivation of the plant. The House of Representatives approved the regulation of the marijuana market, which can enable its sale in pharmacies and legalize self-cultivation... ...Today, with the bars of the House of Representat ...

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SURVIVAL: The 5 Things I Learned When I Fell Down a Ravine

You can learn a lot falling down the side of a mountain, stunt-woman style, but honestly, I don’t recommend it. I’d suggest that you read books and articles instead, as it is far less painful and traumatic. Last week, my daughter and I went hiking with my good friend, Tess Pennington of Ready Nutrition, and her family. It was a nice sunny afternoon and we were going to hike a short way down off the main tra ...

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