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Live from the Bradley Manning Trial [VIDEO]

Alexa O'Brien is a crowd-funded independent journalist who has taken it upon herself to be the unofficial court stenographer of the Bradley Manning trial. Her website hs become a valuable resource for those seeking to know more about the proceedings of this trial. Although the Fort Meade hearings are open to the public, there are no government-provided, public records of the proceedings and no electronic re ...

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S. KOREA COURT ORDERS MONSANTO To Pay Up Over AGENT ORANGE

South Korea's highest court on Friday upheld a ruling ordering two US Agent Orange makers to compensate 39 Vietnam War veterans, while sending another decision back to a lower court for review. The Supreme Court recognised the correlation between the toxic defoliant and certain skin diseases, saying the 39 victims should receive a total of 466 million won ($415,000) from Dow Chemical and Monsanto. The veter ...

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GAME CHANGER: FBI Will No Longer Be Able To Portray A Reporter As A Co-Conspirator In Criminal Leaks

According to the rule changes, the FBI will no longer be able to portray a reporter as a co-conspirator in a criminal leak as a way to get around a legal bar on secret search warrants for reporting materials. The Justice Department on Friday announced changes to how it will conduct investigations of leaks of classified information to reporters, making it more difficult for prosecutors to obtain journalists' ...

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WEED WAR: Marijuana Plants Sprout Across German City

The German university city of Göttingen is being taken over by marijuana plants. Behind the phenomenon is a group of pro-pot activists who planted seeds around town to stir debate over the plant's illegal status. City authorities are not amused. The university town of Göttingen is getting greener and greener. But not everyone is pleased: The new plants sprouting up in parks, planter boxes and gardens across ...

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BE PREPARED: 4 Prepping Lessons Learned Following a Near Disaster

Living in the Pacific Northwest, you become accustomed to the occasional earthquake. I still remember the earthquake of 1964 as well as the big Nisqually quake of 2001. I especially remember that there was a lot of destruction during the 2001 quake, and that our neighbor’s house slid off its foundation. There is no way to anticipate these sudden, unexpected events. But we can do our best to prepare for them ...

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SOLUTIONS: Boycotts and Buycotts [VIDEO]

Solutions: Boycotts and Buycotts Published on Jul 13, 2013 The battle against the New World Order is designed to demoralize us. No matter how we vote, no matter what politician we vote for, no matter what legislation gets passed, no matter what rallies people attend, nothing seems to fundamentally change. If anything, things only seem to be getting worse and worse. So how can we effectively fight back again ...

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RAGE AGAINST THE SYSTEM: Why It Matters

Public anger in Egypt, Turkey, Palestine, Brazil, Chile, across Europe, in America against Wall Street, and elsewhere is real. It's visceral. It's deep-seated. It's growing. It reflects what media scoundrels won't explain. Democracy's more illusion than real. People get the best kind money can buy. Manipulated elections control things. Systemic rule is hardline. Progressive change is verboten. Monied intere ...

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AGE OF LIES: When Did Truth Become a Conspiracy Theory?

In the 1997 film, Conspiracy Theory, Jerry Fletcher says, "A good conspiracy theory is unprovable. I mean if you can prove it, it means they screwed up somewhere along the line." In other words, sometimes conspiracy theories are true, such as Agenda 21. "UN Agenda 21 is a worldwide action plan to implement 'sustainable development.'" Rosa Koire, author of Behind the Green Mask and founder of Democrats Again ...

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Introducing the All-New ‘Where To Shoot’ App – Find Ranges Near You

NEWTOWN, Conn –(Ammoland.com)- The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has released an all -new Where To Shoot mobile app —  available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices — that locates shooting ranges near you. Available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play, Where To Shoot puts North America’s most comprehensive directory of shooting ranges in the palm of your hand. It also includes vide ...

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GET OUT: Indian Government Rejects Monsanto’s Climate Resilient Plant Patent

Justice Prabha Sridevi is the Chair of the Intellectual Property Appellate Board of India. Along with Hon Shri DPS Parmar, a technical member, they dismissed Monsanto’s appeal against the rejection of their patent application to the Patent office for “Methods of Enhancing Stress Tolerance in plants and methods thereof.” It’s great to see India denying Monsanto a patent for this genetically-engineered method ...

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CURRENCY CONVERSION: Argentinians Turn To Bitcoins For Safe Haven [VIDEO]

Bitcoins in Argentina Published on Jul 12, 2013 This documentary is about Bitcoin's impact in Argentina. UPDATE: Hay subtítulos en español Donate: 1CrVMGUSFgAFL2wWx5t64svA93UtSjqMpo In Buenos Aires we talk with Diego who uses Bitcoin to avoid the skyrocketing inflation and monetary restrictions of the Argentinian Peso. Check out http://bitcoinfilm.org/ for more information. ...

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MARKET MOVES AHEAD SHOULD BE GOOD FOR GOLD: Bad For The Us Dollar

Nothing is normal: not the economy, not the financial system, not the financial markets and not the political system. The financial system still remains in the throes and aftershocks of the 2008 panic. A number of underlying problems of that time, tied to the risks of a near-systemic collapse and the related, extreme economic downturn, were pushed into the future—not resolved—by the extraordinary liquidity ...

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