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on June 27, 2015 in World News

King Obama, His Royal Court, and the TPP

King Obama, His Royal Court, and the TPP by Ralph Nader The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) – a global corporate noose around U.S. local, state, and national sovereignty – narrowly passed a major procedural hurdle in the Congress by gaining “fast track” status. This term “fast track” is a euphemism for your members of Congress – senators and representatives – handcuffing themselves, so as to prevent any amendments or adequate debate before the final vote on the Trans-Pacific Partnership – another euphemism that is used to avoid the word “treaty,” which would require ratification by two-thirds of the Senate. This anti-democratic… View Article

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on June 27, 2015 in World News

CNN Reporter Dumbfounded as Black College Student Defends the Confederate Flag

CNN Reporter Dumbfounded as Black College Student Defends the Confederate Flag by Michael Krieger Divide and conquer has been the most successful strategy used by humans to attain and maintain power since ancient times. The concept is simple and effective in that those being ruled are too busy fighting amongst themselves to be capable of taking a step back and seeing the bigger picture. The bigger picture is that they are being intentionally played. This strategy is being quite effectively employed by the American oligarchy against the American population. While racism and associated violence certainly still exist, as we recently… View Article

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on June 27, 2015 in World News

Austrians launch petition to quit EU

Austrians launch petition to quit EU Austrians have launched a petition to quit the EU, arguing that the nation will be better off economically if it leaves the union. To force the national parliament to consider the initiative activists need to have gathered 100,000 signatures by July 1. The petition was started by a retired 66-year-old translator, Inge Rauscher, who has collected enough signatures to launch an official campaign. The plea seeks to request that the national parliament debate the idea of a referendum on quitting the EU. However, to get that issue even discussed, the petition must gather 100,000… View Article

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on June 27, 2015 in World News

Body of Doctor Who Linked Vaccines To Autism Found Floating in River

Mysterious Death: Body of Doctor Who Linked Vaccines To Autism Found Floating in River Dr. Jeff Bradstreet helped families whose children were believed to have been damaged by immunizations by Adan Salazar A prominent autism researcher and vaccine opponent was found dead floating in a North Carolina river last week under what many are calling suspicious circumstances. A fisherman found the body of Dr. James Jeffery Bradstreet in the Rocky Broad River in Chimney Rock, North Carolina, last Friday afternoon. “Bradstreet had a gunshot wound to the chest, which appeared to be self inflicted, according to deputies,” reported WHNS. In… View Article

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on June 27, 2015 in World News

Mexican visa requirement a must

Mexican visa requirement a must By Candice Malcolm ustin Trudeau recently announced that if elected prime minister he would allow travellers from Mexico to come to Canada without a visa. Sounds simple enough, doesn’t it? What Justin and his speechwriters may not realize, however, are the significant security implications this would have on our immigration system. Mexico is in the midst of a gruesome drug war that has ravaged the country for the better part of a decade. If Canada were to scrap the visa requirement for Mexican visitors, anyone from Mexico could simply show up at our doorstep without… View Article

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on June 27, 2015 in World News

Resistance! No marriage licenses for anyone

Resistance! No marriage licenses for anyone Judges, legislators consider getting governments out of weddings entirely by Chelsea Schilling Some state legislators and judges are considering getting out of the marriage business entirely – refusing to offer licenses to anyone – in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision Friday that legalizes same-sex marriage in all 50 states. Mississippi State House Judiciary Chairman Andy Gipson, R-Braxton, told the Jackson Clarion Ledger he’s still reviewing the Supreme Court ruling, but one possibility could be for the state to quit issuing licenses. “One of the options that other states have looked at is… View Article

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on June 26, 2015 in World News

Ottawa plans compensation for farmers to blunt impact of trade deal

Ottawa plans compensation for farmers to blunt impact of trade deal STEVEN CHASE and DANIEL LEBLANC The federal government is preparing a financial compensation package for Canadian dairy and poultry farmers as a way to blunt the impact of signing onto a massive Pacific Rim trade deal which could allow a surge of agricultural imports from other countries, sources said. Details are still being worked out – and the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement has yet to be concluded – but the model used when Canada recently clinched a trade deal with the European Union was to offer cash to cushion the… View Article

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on June 26, 2015 in World News

HarperPAC shutting down; donations to be returned

HarperPAC shutting down; donations to be returned HarperPAC, a conservative third-party group, has announced it is shutting down operations less than a week after its launch. HarperPAC was formed by a team of Conservatives including several former political staffers. Its efforts included a radio ad that targeted Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. In an statement delivered on Twitter late Thursday, spokesperson Stephen Taylor said recent debate about the group brought the issue of third-party advertising out of the shadows. Taylor said HarperPAC was formed to respond to left-leaning, union-funded organizations such as Engage Canada. That group was launched earlier this month… View Article

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on June 26, 2015 in World News

U.S. Pushes Russia Towards War

U.S. Pushes Russia Towards War “The United States has intervened in too many countries without paying a high enough price.” By Margaret Kimberley June 26, 2015 “Information Clearing House” – “BAR” – This columnist recently said that “Russia Wins” in its handling of America’s attempt to eviscerate its influence and its economy. At the time those words were written Secretary of State John Kerry met with Vladimir Putin in Sochi, Russia. The meeting appeared to be an admission that the imperial power grab was not working out as Washington hoped. Among other things, Kerry was concerned that the Ukrainian tail… View Article

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on June 26, 2015 in World News

Cop Claims Freedom of Speech Does Not Give Citizens the Right to Question Police

Cop Claims Freedom of Speech Does Not Give Citizens the Right to Question Police By Matt Agorist “You don’t have the right to question me about what we’re doing out here…Freedom of speech does not include questioning me, it doesn’t work like that.” Hartford, CT — Entrepreneur and police accountability activist, Michael Picard was out warning drivers about a DUI checkpoint ahead when he caught a cop speaking quite candidly about his authority. On his YouTube channel, Picard explains how the night progressed: On Friday, May 15th, I cop blocked a DUI checkpoint in Hartford, CT, holding up a sign… View Article

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