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Special Report – May 29, 2015

Special Report – May 29, 2015 ** Please share this with your friends ** Unsubscribe ________________________________________ BILL C-42 PASSES THIRD READING Bill C-42, the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act has passed Third Reading in the House of Commons, and has been referred to the Senate. Minister Blaney made the following comments: “Our Government is pleased to follow through on our plan to support law-abiding firearms owners while keeping communities safe and secure. With the adoption today by the House of Commons, this significant bill now moves to the Senate for the next stage of the legislative process. I introduced...

Special Report – May 29, 2015 ** Please share this with your friends ** Unsubscribe ________________________________________ BILL C-42 PASSES THIRD READING Bill C-42, the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act has passed Third Reading in the House of Commons, and...

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on May 29, 2015 in World News

Britain is Set to Open the Door to Cancerous GMO

Britain is Set to Open the Door to Cancerous GMO By Steven MacMillan This summer, British scientists are expected to begin field trials of a genetically modified (GMO) potato dubbed by proponents the ‘super spud’, whose developers boast will be free of fungal diseases and other pest problems. GMO maize and rapeseed oil could also be grown in England by the end of this year, as Westminster is pushing for more GMO foods to be introduced into the UK food supply. In March of last year, David Cameron’s chief science advisers pressed for the government to allow the cultivation and… View Article

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on May 29, 2015 in World News

Hillary tipped murdered ambassador’s movements in emails

by Aaron Klein Hillary tipped murdered ambassador’s movements in emails Secretary of state was using her unsecured private server In the year prior to the deadly 2012 Benghazi attack, Hillary Clinton used her private email server to correspond about such highly sensitive national security matters as specific threats to the Libya hotel where Ambassador Chris Stevens was staying as well as his decision to remain at the hotel despite the threats. The emails, released May 22 by the State Department, also contained the exact movements of Stevens while he was stationed in arguably one of the most dangerous zones in… View Article

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on May 29, 2015 in World News

Baltimore Has Descended Into A State Of Lawlessness

by Michael Snyder Baltimore Has Descended Into A State Of Lawlessness – And More Cities Will Soon Follow Did you really think that Baltimore would return to normal after everything that has happened? Did you really think that Baltimore would return to normal after everything that has happened? On Thursday, a mother and her 7-year-old son were both shot in the head in a double murder that has shocked the entire nation. Police believe that the son may have been shot in order to prevent him from identifying the individual that shot his mother. So is this what America is… View Article

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on May 29, 2015 in World News

First search engine that favors New Media

Health Ranger launches world’s first search engine that favors New Media while banning corporate and government propaganda: GoodGopher.com The official beta launch announcement is here! The world’s first privacy-protecting search engine that bans corporate propaganda and government disinformation is now ready for webmasters to submit their sites for indexing. The name of the new search engine? Good Gopher! (www.GoodGopher.com) GoodGopher is the first and only search engine in the world that intentionally favors New Media / Independent Media / Alternative Media websites like Breitbart.com, The Intercept (Glenn Greenwald), Tom Woods (www.TomWoods.com) and TruthStreamMedia (www.TruthStreamMedia.com). GoodGopher will also selectively spider selected… View Article

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Mysterious low-flying plane over Twin Cities raises questions of surveillance

By Matt McKinney and John Reinan Star Tribune staff writers Mysterious low-flying plane over Twin Cities raises questions of surveillance The small aircraft circled Minneapolis, the Mall of America and Southdale for hours late at night. Flightradar24.com tracked a small airplane as it circled low for several hours Friday night and Saturday morning over Minneapolis, the Mall of America and Southdale. flightradar24.com Aviation buff John Zimmerman was at a weekly gathering of neighbors Friday night when he noticed something peculiar: a small plane circling a route overhead that didn’t make sense to him. It was dark, so a sightseeing flight… View Article

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on May 29, 2015 in World News

Dissenting Voices Must Not Be Heard

Dissenting Voices Must Not Be Heard: The Age Of Programmable Humans Imagine – a new Osama Bin Laden-like terrorist has secured an atom bomb. The world is shivering in fear – when, where will he or she strike? Which city will be devastated at the whim of a madman? Then, impossibly, the terrorist plot is foiled – one of his most trusRep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) tenants was captured and “reprogrammed”, given an irresistible unconscious mental urge to betray the location of their leader, to the waiting special forces team. Sounds like the plot of a bad science fiction movie? Think… View Article

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Illegal Immigrant Flees US after Alleged Robbery and Murder in Texas

Illegal Immigrant Flees US after Alleged Robbery and Murder in Texas by Ildefonso Ortiz An illegal alien from Honduras believed to have fled back home has been identified as the prime suspect in a robbery-turned-murder in Texas. Domingo Villeda Rodriguez, a 22-year-old illegal alien from Honduras who also went by the name Ivan Rodriguez Sauzo, has been identified by the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office and the Texas Rangers as a suspect in a murder investigation, Hidalgo County Sheriff Eddie Guerra told Breitbart Texas. The murder in question is the April 20th kidnapping of Miguel Angel Muro, who was last seen… View Article

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Law Prof: Gun Violence Restraining Orders Won’t Deliver Promised Safety

by AWR Hawkins Law Prof: Gun Violence Restraining Orders Won’t Deliver Promised Safety On May 27, a National Journal article quoted UCLA law professor Adam Winkler saying a Gun Violence Restraining Order (GVRO) really will “not … make a huge dent in our gun violence statistics.” GVROs were signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown (D) in October 2014. They had been pushed in the wake of Elliot Rodger’s Santa Barbara rampage and were presented as a legislation that could prevent future similar attacks. Once signed, state Democrats and various gun control proponents praised the new life-saving benefits and “gun… View Article

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Judge Denies Stay, DC ‘Forced’ to Issue Concealed Permits Now

by AWR Hawkins Judge Denies Stay, DC ‘Forced’ to Issue Concealed Permits Now On May 28, Judge Frederick J. Scullin Jr. denied the District of Columbia’s request for an administrative state in the ruling against the “good reason” provision in DC’s concealed carry permitting process. The “good reason” requirement forced residents applying for a concealed carry permit to demonstrate a justification for wanting to carry a gun. Breitbart News previously reported that Judge Scullin ruled against the requirement on May 18, saying it “impinges on Plaintiffs’ Second Amendment right to bear arms.” The administrative stay would have extended the effective… View Article

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