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The Duck Dynasty Divide

December 20, 2013 1:36 pm0 comments
The Duck Dynasty Divide

December 20, 2013 Excuse me for pointing out the obvious but the real “controversy” of the Duck Dynasty interview with GQ magazine is the media’s deliberate attempt to divide us. The interview was done some months ago but they intentionally choose to publish it on the climax day of the […]

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Each New Baby Born In the US Is $50,000 In Debt

December 18, 2013 3:33 am1 comment
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December 17, 2013 The actual debt to the government that each new baby born in the US is an astounding $50,000 claims Jesse Ventura in a recent interview. If accurate, this would place a burden of almost unpayable debt on each of our children and put them into a permanent […]

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The Largest Tech Companies In the World Write To Obama To Stop Spying

December 10, 2013 12:09 am0 comments
The Largest Tech Companies In the World Write To Obama To Stop Spying

Read these words carefully if you had any doubts about the revelations brought by Edward Snowden: “The balance in many countries has tipped too far in favour of the state and away from the rights of the individual – rights that are enshrined in our constitution,” pleads the letter signed […]

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Company Man Obama Looking For New Corporate Powers And Limits On Bank Regulations

December 9, 2013 4:25 am0 comments
Company Man Obama Looking For New Corporate Powers And Limits On Bank Regulations

December 8, 2013 Obama reportedly is asking for new trade standards that allow radical new political power to corporations, restrict new regulations on banks, and increase the cost of prescription medication. The memo came from the ongoing 12 nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade meetings. As first reported by the Huffington Post, […]

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The Success Of Independent Journalism

December 8, 2013 7:35 pm0 comments

December 8, 2013 The alternative media is winning and the truth is still being spoken. Our First amendment rights are somewhat still in tack right now… With the internet availability to almost everyone in the world through mobile, social networks, and other devices, information flows rapidly from cyberspace to living […]

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Over 70% Of Doctors In California Will Protest The Affordable Care Act

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Over 70% Of Doctors In California Will Protest The Affordable Care Act

December 8, 2013 California’s largest medical association head announced that an astounding 7 in 10 doctors will not participate in the biggest change in health care in our lifetime. The heavy democratic leaning state medical doctors see trouble for their industry and how government will handle regulations and reimbursements. The […]

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Scientist Developing Drug Delivery Robots

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Scientist Developing Drug Delivery Robots

December 8, 2013 Forget about having that painful shot in the arm at your doctors office, scientists are developing tiny implant nano-robots to bring medicine to specific diseased cells. The findings were done by Duke University in the US and other universities around the world. They are still working in […]

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Detroit Cuts Pensions by 80% After Court Approval to Move Ahead with Bankruptcy

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Detroit Cuts Pensions by 80% After Court Approval to Move Ahead with Bankruptcy

December 8, 2013 Last week, a judge overlooking the Detroit City fiscal sustainability had ruled that they can move ahead with bankruptcy allowing more than 101,000 of its creditors will see a huge loss to of money owed to them. Is this a sign of things to come in cities […]

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Congress Now Has A 6% Approval Rating

December 5, 2013 4:35 am0 comments
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December 4, 2013 A recent Economist/YouGov.com poll shows that the public is less than satisfied with our congressional leadership. The results are so stunning that you wonder if we are under occupation and how this political deck cards has held up this long. The fact is that there has never […]

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CNN Makes Major Changes To Prime Time Linup

December 4, 2013 1:05 am0 comments
CNN Makes Major Changes To Prime Time Linup

December 3, 2013 CNN president Jeff Zucker has decided that the network cannot survive on news alone. As the dinosaur media continues its slide of less and less relevance (and viewership), this decision makes about as much sense as the the main stream media can ever make. Along with the […]

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