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on September 24, 2014 in World News

Marijuana use ‘not as big a deal’ as it used to be

Marijuana use ‘not as big a deal’ as it used to be RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson is sitting in the back corner of Nate’s Deli in the city’s southwest end, sipping one of several afternoon cups of coffee spiked with milk and a spoonful of sugar. He wears an official white short-sleeved shirt but he’s taken off his jacket and hat – the one with the iconic yellow stripe. The country’s top cop – who at 56 has three grown children and a seven-month-old son – arrived alone at his preferred spot for smoked meat and “real good fries,” not… View Article

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on September 24, 2014 in World News

Cop Insists Travel is a Privilege Granted by the State

Cop Insists Travel is a Privilege Granted by the State Back when the Constitution was drafted the founders did not explicitly include the right to travel. lthough the Articles of Confederation recognized the freedom of movement under Article 4, the founders considered this right so fundamental they felt it did not need specific enumeration in the Constitution. So essential was the natural right of travel and freedom of movement considered, it was spelled out in Article 42 of the Magna Carta in 1215. On numerous occasions the Supreme Court has ruled individuals have a right to travel and not...

Cop Insists Travel is a Privilege Granted by the State Back when the Constitution was drafted the founders did not explicitly include the right to travel. lthough the Articles of Confederation recognized the freedom of movement under Article 4,...

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on September 24, 2014 in World News

Obama’s disrespectful salute to Marines

Obama’s disrespectful salute to Marines ‘Semper Latte’ President Obama returned a formal military salute by saluting with a coffee cup he had in his hand as he stepped off his U.S. Marine Corps helicopter in New York on Sunday. A video of the gesture that some are calling the “latte salute” was uploaded to the White House Instagram account. Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/sep/23/obama-salutes-marines-with-coffee-cup/#ixzz3EFOCy4kG

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on September 24, 2014 in World News

Feds Arrest Cartel Gun Buying Ring Along Texas Border

Feds Arrest Cartel Gun Buying Ring Along Texas Border A group of over a dozen U.S. citizens are facing federal weapons charges for allegedly running a conspiracy throughout the southern Texas border to buy and smuggle weapons for the Gulf Cartel. Young, good looking and wearing fashionable clothes, Ilse Alejandra Chazco and Antonio Rafael Ruvalcaba went before U.S. Magistrate Judge Ignacio Torteya earlier this week who formally notified them that a grand jury had charged the two with multiple gun smuggling charges and ordered they be held without bond. The two are the most recent arrests made by the Bureau… View Article

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on September 24, 2014 in World News

Gabby Giffords Abandons ‘Civility’ in Gun Control Fight

Gabby Giffords Abandons ‘Civility’ in Gun Control Fight On September 23, Salon ran a column explaining that Gabby Giffords tried to play nice in her push for more gun control. Since she failed in that approach, she has now abandoned “civility” in an effort to secure victory. And Salon says that’s fine. After all, Giffords “is under no obligation to be a Civility Unicorn.” According to Salon: Giffords is under no contract to serve as mascot for superficial “civility” standards. She tried to approach policy priorities the friendly way, by using her celebrity to unite Democrats and Republicans behind new… View Article

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on September 23, 2014 in World News

Three Afghan soldiers found at Canada border after leaving Cape Cod base

Three Afghan soldiers found at Canada border after leaving Cape Cod base Three Afghanistan national army officers taken into custody after going missing during a training exercise Three Afghan national army soldiers who did not return to a training exercise at US military base in Massachusetts were found trying to cross the Canadian border, a Massachusetts state police official said on Monday. The men presented themselves at a border crossing near Niagara Falls, New York, said David Procopio, a spokesman with the Massachusetts state police. “We were notified this morning by federal law enforcement that the three missing soldiers had… View Article

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on September 23, 2014 in World News

Why Is the USDA Buying Submachine Guns?

Why Is the USDA Buying Submachine Guns? “Submachine guns, .40 Cal. S&W, ambidextrous safety, semi-automatic or 2 shot bur[s]t trigger group, Tritium night sights for front and rear, rails for attachment of flashlight (front under fore grip) and scope (top rear), stock-collapsib[l]e or folding, magazine – 30 rd. capacity.” In May, the USDA’s Office of Inspector General filed a request for these weapons. But why exactly do they need them? According to a USDA press rep, the guns are necessary for self-protection. “OIG Special Agents regularly conduct undercover operations and surveillance. The types of investigations conducted by OIG Special Agents… View Article

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on September 23, 2014 in World News

Netflix to CRTC: Hands off our subscriber data

Netflix to CRTC: Hands off our subscriber data Hands off my Netflix. That’s what Canadian consumers should be telling the CRTC, and the federal government, after the disgraceful performance last Friday by CRTC president Jean-Pierre Blais during the organization’s ‘Let’s Talk TV’ marathon. A heated exchange with the Internet broadcaster’s global public policy director, Corie Wright, culminated in a threat by Blais: “The commission is ordering you to provide the number of subscribers that you have currently in Canada by 5 p.m. Ottawa time Monday … Failure to provide the information puts at risk your exemption order.” Which is a… View Article

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on September 23, 2014 in World News

3 Killed, 30 Wounded in Chicago Weekend Violence

3 Killed, 30 Wounded in Chicago Weekend Violence The weekend of September 20 was a little more violent than usual in Chicago, with 33 people struck by gunfire. Three died from their wounds. Starting on Friday afternoon, the weekend death toll began with the death of 19-year-old Markise Darlin, who was shot multiple times outside his home in the city’s West Englewood neighborhood. About a half dozen others were shot Friday evening. Saturday morning the second fatality occurred when 16-year-old Cortez Rivers was pronounced dead at Loretto Hospital. Police say the West Garfield Park resident pleaded with them not to… View Article

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on September 22, 2014 in World News

Fear-Mongering Ahead of Another US False Flag?

  Fear-Mongering Ahead of Another US False Flag? Fear-mongering is sinister. It’s reprehensible. It’s longstanding US policy. So are false flags. Merriam-Webster calls them “deliberate gross distortion(s) of the truth used especially as a propaganda tactic.” Wikipedia says they’re “covert operations designed to deceive the public in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by other entities.” Official reports hype Big Lies. MSM scoundrels regurgitate them. Truth is systematically buried. Deception substitutes for reality. False flags are pretexts for militarism, wars, occupations, colonization, resource theft, and exploiting populations for profit. They facilitate ruthlessness…. View Article

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