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SNOWDEN ‘CARRYING 4 LAPTOPS W/ … CORNUCOPIA OF US INTEL DOCUMENTS’

HONG KONG — The Hong Kong government announced Sunday afternoon that it had allowed the departure from its territory of Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractorwho has acknowledged disclosing classified documents about United States government surveillance of Internet and telephone communications around the world. The government statement said that Hong Kong had informed the United ...

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The Definition Of INSANITY & THE DELUSION … OF LIMITED GOVERNMENT -

The other evening, I watched C-SPAN coverage of the Cato Institute's 25th anniversary dinner. It was interesting to observe various speakers pulling from their pockets small, leatherette-bound booklets, published by Cato, containing both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. They held them up and recited the oft-quoted mantra of the evening: "free markets and limited government ...

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VICTORY AGAINST THE POLICE STATE: Montana Becomes The First State To Require A Warrant For Location Tracking

Montana just made history. It recently enacted the first state law in the nation (sponsored by Rep. Daniel Zolnikov (R-Billings)) requiring law enforcement to obtain a probable-cause warrant before tracking an individual based on his or her cell phone location information, social networking check-ins, or via a GPS tracking device in a criminal investigation. (A few states do have laws pertaining only to GPS ...

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AMERICA SPEAKS: Petition to Pardon Edward Snowden Exceeds 100,000 Signature Threshold

The American people have spoken out in defense of Edward Snowden. As federal prosecutors charge Snowden with the crime of espionage and request his extradition from Hong Kong, a petition for his full pardon has reached the threshold necessary to receive a response after less than two weeks. The petition states: WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO:   Pardon Edward Snowden   Edward Snowden is a ...

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NUTRITION 101: How Processed Foods Make Us Fat, Malnourished, and Sick [W/VIDEO]

Did you ever wonder how people who exist on a diet of mainly processed foods can be both overweight and malnourished at the same time? Despite overly abundant calories, people who live off of boxed macaroni and cheese, frozen dinners, Ramen noodles, and other packaged foods aren’t getting the nutrients that people who eat a whole foods diet are getting. Deadly GMO ingredients aside, the sheer amount of chem ...

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Heroes, Fake Hope, And Real Hope In The Matrix

The occasion for this article is the controversy swirling around Edward Snowden, who recently exposed secret programs of the National Security Agency. It’s about one corner of that controversy: should we accept him as a hero even if the possibility exists that he isn’t? The Matrix is designed to stimulate certain emotions. For example: “We had a hero. Then he was taken down. Now we will feel sadness, desola ...

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SOUR GRAPES: FBI Calls Destruction of GMO Sugar Beets in Oregon ‘Economic Sabotage’

In a breaking development, the FBI confirms that 1,500 GM Sugar Beet plants were destroyed this month in Oregon, in what they are calling an act of "Economic Sabotage." When GM pollen blows into a non-GM farmer's fields and irreversibly contaminates his crop with 'biopollution,' who does the law side with? Historically, Monsanto. Also, it's not called 'economic sabotage' but rather 'copyright infringement,' ...

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REVOLUTION!: 2,000,000 MARCH IN BRAZIL!

The World Cup riots: One million Brazilians protest at government spending £18billion on tournament Protest began against rising bus fares to pay for World Cup stadiums Now protests target all government corruption President Dilma Rousseff pledged to hold a dialogue with protest leaders 'The voice of the street must be heard and respected,' she said Ended her near-silence on protests to say violent could no ...

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MILITARY OFFICER READS LIBERTY ARGUMENTS, Has Second Thoughts, RETIRES

Writes Greg: I’m not sure you’ll ever read this post in its entirety and, honestly, that’s ok. I might be writing more for my own self-therapy than anything else. I want to let you know that my recent experiences on the battlefield have completely changed my view on war. You contributed to that change with your writings and by introducing me to other libertarian thinkers. You will always have my very sincer ...

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Glasses Fool Facial Recognition Software

In 2013, "Stealth Wear" was revealed - hoodies and cloaks made of nickel-metalized fabric that would potentially mask your body-heat signature from drones and thermal cameras. Many saw it as a step towards thwarting the overreach of the ubiquitous global surveillance machine. Now Japanese researchers have created glasses that purportedly ’jam facial recognition systems to protect your privacy’. Looking like ...

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