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on September 9, 2015 in World News

U.S. Communities Targeted for “Blue Zone” Social Engineering

U.S. Communities Targeted for “Blue Zone” Social Engineering Written by  Alex Newman In government schools across America in communities being targeted to become “Blue Zones,” children may soon be chanting “Hara Hachi Bu” before eating their lunch — at least between the data-mining and intrusive scoring to determine “progress” in their physical, mental, and spiritual “well being.” The Japanese phrase, associated with the Eastern religion of Confucianism, translates roughly to “eat until you are 80 percent full.” Parents, meanwhile, will receive wide-ranging instructions covering everything from the food they eat and the “tribe” they associate with to the location in… View Article

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on September 9, 2015 in World News

New Yorkers Without “Enhanced” ID Could Face Travel Restrictions From Homeland Security

New Yorkers Without “Enhanced” ID Could Face Travel Restrictions From Homeland Security By John Galt It has been speculated by those who have been researching the ongoing encroachment of the national security state that it would be fully implemented through  a range of restrictions that would make it all but impossible to engage with modern society if one is “non-compliant.” Enter the “enhanced” driver’s license. First off, it’s worth noting that having a driver’s license at all is a restriction on one’s liberty. Nevertheless, for those who have given in to that bit of soft tyranny, it now appears that… View Article

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on September 9, 2015 in World News

Pot Revenue Is So High in Colorado, State Will Have to Reimburse Taxpayers

Pot Revenue Is So High in Colorado, State Will Have to Reimburse Taxpayers by Joshua Krause When Colorado decided to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, everyone expected the state’s tax revenue to increase. What they didn’t realize at the time was that the state government might actually make too much money. So far the state has earned over $150 million from the 30% tax on pot, which exceeded expectations. Now they may have to pay some of that money back to the taxpayers. According to a 1992 amendment to Colorado’s constitution called the ‘Taxpayer Bill of Rights’ when the… View Article

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on July 10, 2014 in World News

Marc Emery, the ‘prince of pot

Marc Emery, the ‘prince of pot,’ may be a liability for the Liberals Emery plans to hold rallies in 30 Canadian cities to stir up support for Trudeau Marc Emery, the so-called “prince of pot” who has vowed to campaign across the country for Justin Trudeau, could already be getting the brush off from Liberals, who despite their leader’s call for the legalization of marijuana, may not want to be linked to the controversial activist. “Political parties don’t as a rule like to be associated with controversial figures, especially those who have served jail time,” political strategist Marcel Wieder said…. View Article

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on September 10, 2013 in Right Edition

Trudeau admits Pot use – Guns vs thief and Carjacker

Trudeau admits Pot use – Guns vs thief and Carjacker Justin Trudeau, who has endorsed legalizing marijuana, is making no apologies for smoking pot once as a Member of Parliament, while Prime Minister Stephen Harper had a decidedly unimpressed reaction to the revelation. “For Mr. Trudeau, I think those actions speak for themselves and I don’t have anything to add,” Harper told an audience in Nunavut Thursday. The Liberal leader told The Huffington Post Canada‘s Althia Raj that he had a “puff” three years ago. He was first elected in 2008. Speaking later on Thursday, Trudeau said he had not… View Article

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