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on January 31, 2014 in World News

Conrad Black Loses Order of Canada

                          Conrad Black Loses Order of Canada Conrad Black, who was convicted in the U.S. and served a prison sentence there, has been removed from the Order of Canada effective immediately, says the Governor General. Black has also been stripped of his honorary position in the Privy Council of Canada, at the recommendation of Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The announcement came in a terse release by Gov. Gen. David Johnston late Friday. A spokeswoman for the Governor General, Marie-Pierre Belanger, says an advisory council met Friday afternoon to… View Article

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on January 31, 2014 in World News

Man buried riding his 1967 Harley-Davidson

Man buried riding his 1967 Harley-Davidson Billy Standley was spectacularly laid to rest in a Mechanicsburg cemetery on Friday while seated on the back of his 1967 Electra Glide cruiser thanks to the handiwork of five embalmers and a metal back brace and straps. The 82-year-old motorhead succumbed to lung cancer on Sunday. Billy Standley always told friends and family he’d be buried riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Now thanks to his adoring family, his dying wish has been fulfilled. The Ohio motorhead was spectacularly laid to rest in a Mechanicsburg cemetery on Friday while seated on the back of his… View Article

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on January 30, 2014 in World News

Cops Laughed About Having License to Kill

          Cops Laughed About Having License to Kill A Fullerton resident who was arrested after protesting the acquittal of officers involved in the death of Kelly Thomas said police laughed and joked about having a license to kill while asserting, “There’s a pack of 12 cops waiting to smash your fucking faces in.” 30-year-old Adam Walder was thrown into a paddy wagon after riot cops ordered demonstrators to disperse during a protest against the ‘not guilty’ verdict which saw Officer Manuel Ramos and Officer Jay Cicinelli acquitted on all charges of manslaughter and murder. Kelly Thomas,… View Article

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on January 30, 2014 in World News

Chief of Police Harassed by Feds

                            Chief of Police Harassed by Feds, Placed on Leave After Signing Pledge to Uphold Constitution Sheriff ordersto disband entire police department due to “political affiliations” Police Chief Shane Harger and Sheriff Richard Mack will both appear on Infowars Nightly News tonight to discuss this story. Harger is meeting with other Jemez Springs law enforcement officials tonight to discuss his position. A police chief was detained and harassed by federal agents while traveling to a constitutional convention before returning home to be told he was being placed… View Article

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on January 30, 2014 in World News

Man loses fight for 840-pound emerald worth $372-MILLION

Man loses fight for 840-pound emerald worth $372-MILLION A Los Angeles judge ruled that claims of Anthony Thomas, a businessman, to the 3-foot-tall Bahia Emerald were ‘not credible.’ Two others – gem buyer Mark Downie and the business, Ferrara Morrison Holdings – are still awaiting trial on their claims of ownership. LOS ANGELES — A judge has rejected a businessman’s bid to be declared the rightful owner of an 840-pound emerald that has been appraised at $372 million. Judge John Kronstadt ruled Wednesday that the claims of Anthony Thomas to the Bahia Emerald were “not credible.” RELATED: FRENCH MOUNTAIN CLIMBER… View Article

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on January 30, 2014 in Gun Page World News

New bullet packs three rounds into one shell

New bullet packs three rounds into one shell A Colorado company has introduced ammo that unleashes three shots from single bullet. ‘Because you can’t afford to miss,’ advertises Denver-based Advanced Ballistic Concepts. A new type of ammunition allows shooters to fire one bullet and hit a target three times. Because more than 90% of shots fired in life-or-death situations miss their mark, Advanced Ballistic Concepts has unveiled bullets that split into pieces connected by Kevlar fiber.

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on January 30, 2014 in World News

School seizes lunches from students and throws them away

School seizes lunches from students and throws them away Parents at a Utah school were angry when they found out that authorities took lunches away from dozens of students and threw them away. It happened at Uintah Elementary School in Salt Lake City. On Monday, a district child nutrition manager was sent to the school to investigate a large number of students who had zero or negative balances in their school lunch accounts. The school district says that on the same day, the district manager and the local school kitchen manager started making calls to inform parents of the negative… View Article

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on January 29, 2014 in Right Edition

Indians and Oil – Homosexual Agenda

Indians and Oil – Homosexual Agenda Environmental groups and First Nations quickly condemned the National Energy Board’s recommendation to approve the Northern Gateway oil pipeline project and predicted it will never be built. Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs president Grand Chief Stewart Philip said the battle will likely move into the courtrooms as First Nations mount legal challenges to Enbridge’s project – assuming it is approved in the months ahead by the federal government. “This is about the environmental integrity of the watersheds we all share and we are willing to go to any lengths to defend our watersheds,” he… View Article

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on January 29, 2014 in World News

Muslim group threatens to sue Prime Minister Harper

      Canadian Muslim group threatens to sue Prime Minister Harper for libel A Muslim organization said Tuesday it will sue Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his spokesman for libel unless they retract and apologize for a statement linking the group to Hamas. Canada lists Hamas as a banned terrorist organization. “To say that our organization has illegal affiliations is deeply offensive to us and to Canadians of all faiths and backgrounds and only serves to reinforce ugly stereotypes about Canadian Muslims,” Ihsaan Gardee, executive director of the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM), told a press conference…. View Article

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