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Real Obamacare Numbers

OBAMACARE-300x168Both Republicans and Democrats throw numbers around about how many people the Affordable Care Act will and will not cover. Both are wrong. Obamacare enthusiasts claim that 40 million more Americans will now have health insurance. Those against the bill say that 30 million people will still be uninsured. Both are way off, and I am wondering where they are pulling these numbers out of.

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Your Life Depends on Literally Taking Your Money Out of the Bank

BANKSTERS-AYour life depends on whether you begin to take your assets out the bank and begin to purchase life sustaining supplies. You need to start this process, today.

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NSA Stop Watching Us

nsa-stop-watching-us“What I was eyewitness to was a subversion of the constitution. That’s when the hair on the back of my neck went up.”

“I became aware they were sweeping up everybody’s data, indiscriminately.”

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Secret List of Food Companies Funding GMO-Labeling Opposition Slush Fund Revealed After Illegal Activities of GMA Exposed

 

Hidden-Donors-RevealedAs Natural News reported yesterday, the Grocery Manufacturers Association got caught red-handed violating Washington state fair election laws by running a money laundering slush fund designed to conceal the identities of food companies giving money to block I-522.

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Forced Vaccination is Equivalent to Human Experimentation and Subject to the Nuremberg Code

Forced-Vaccines-140x90The loss of our basic right to determine our own health care including Forced Vaccinations is coming and in many cases the precursors already exist. When We The People no longer have the right to decide what goes into our bodies and are forced to acquiesce to government mandates on such issues as Vaccinations then tyranny is no longer a possibility … it is a fact!

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Black Women Targeted With Eugenics Drug, a Deadly Carcinogen Offered as a ‘Contraceptive’

epinephrine11-300x200It has been on the U.S. drug market since the early 1990s, and population control organizations like Planned Parenthood continue to push it heavily on black women and other ethnic minorities as a form of contraception. But the injectable contraceptive drug Depo-Provera, manufactured by Pfizer, has an extensive track record of causing serious harm to women, including its tendency to trigger the development of cancer.

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Obama Continues Treasonous Support of Muslim Brotherhood

obama-supported-the-muslim-brotherhood1-202x300I’ve been claiming for months that Barack Hussein Obama is guilty of treason  as defined by Article  3, Section 3 of the United States Constitution.  From the moment he  offered aid and support to the Egyptians rebels that ousted former President  Hosni Mubarak to the establishment of the Muslim Brotherhood as the ruling  party  in the country.  Obama even went against Congress, breaking  constitutional  law and sent money and arms to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and  their President  Morsi.

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Low fast-food wages supplemented by billions in govt welfare – report

fast-food-wages-supplemented-welfare-_siOver half of US workers employed by fast food restaurants rely on public assistance because their meager paychecks do not cover basic needs. The aid costs American taxpayers billions of dollars each year, according to a new report.

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Grocery store ‘smart shelves’ will target consumers in real-time based on their facial features

48smart-shelves-store-sensors_siGoing to the grocery store is about to get a lot more personal: one of the biggest names in food is preparing to launch “smart shelves” to gather intelligence on consumers and customize their shopping experience.

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Food stamp recipients delivered one-two punch by govt shutdown, end to stimulus boost

food-stamps-funding-shutdown_siThe government shutdown and a looming sunset on a temporary funding boost from the 2009 stimulus make November 1 an ominous date for Americans who rely on the federal food stamp program, some of whom would need to look elsewhere for help.

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YouTube video shows ugly side of police ‘stop and frisk’

video-shows-stop-frisk_siAs debate over the merits of “stop and frisk” policing continues, a new YouTube video has added fuel to the fire by revealing the disturbing tactics of two Philadelphia officers.

Titled “Police unlawful harassment and racial profiling,” the  video is dated Sept. 27 and shows two pedestrians being stopped  by police officers after saying “hi” to a third, unseen  individual on the street.

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Death row inmates now executed with drug cocktail used to euthanize animals

death-row-inmates-drug-cocktail_siFacing a shortage of supplies for lethal injections, US law enforcement officials have begun executing prisoners with an animal anesthetic that has not been approved at the federal level, with the first such execution coming this week.

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Lavabit appeals government order to divulge its private keys

lavabit-appeals-government-order_siLavabit, the secure email provider used by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, has filed its first brief in what is considered a landmark privacy case, revealing more details of its resisting an aggressive government investigation.

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Obama blasted for cracking down on free press

cpj-report-on-obama_siA letter to the White House, a laundry list of recommendations for the president and a 29-page report about the administration’s assault on free press are all compiled in the latest offering from the Center to Protect Journalists.

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McDonald’s employee arrested for confronting CEO on low wages

mcdonalds-ceo-employee-arrest-wages_siA Chicago woman was arrested late last week after confronting the president of her long-time employer McDonald’s over the low wages she earns as she struggles to raise two young children.

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‘ScareMail’ seeks to confuse NSA programs with nonsense

scaremail-nsa-tool-nonsense_siAn Illinois man has developed a Gmail browser extension designed to randomly insert fake, nonsensical stories into the signature of every email one sends to confuse the NSA’s surveillance operations.

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Declassified FBI files detail secret surveillance team

36_siThe Federal Bureau of Investigation has turned over new documents detailing how the FBI collects cell phone location information about criminal suspects, but most of the secretive program will remain under wraps for now.

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NSA spying continues while oversight stopped by shutdown

nsa_siA review panel established by the White House to assess the country’s intelligence programs is due to report its findings to the president this Friday. Days before deadline, though, that board has become a voluntary casualty of the government shutdown.

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Ohio man remains legally dead despite his recent court plea

judge_siConsider northwest Ohio man Donald Eugene Miller Jr. the walking dead – as he has been since 1994.

Miller was ruled legally dead by a court in 1994, eight years  after he disappeared from his home in Arcadia. His appeal Monday  in Hancock County Probate Court to rescind his “death”   didn’t earn a change of status in the view of the law.  

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Commuter disconnect: Passengers were too immersed in toys to spot murderer

11_siAuthorities have partially blamed gadget-absorbed commuters for failing to notice a gun-wielding assailant who calmly took his time before shooting a man point blank on a San Francisco train.

The man, 30-year-old Nikhom Thephakaysone, flashed his  .45-caliber pistol several times in front of everyone, before  proceeding to shoot San Francisco State University student Justin  Valdez, 20, in the back of the head before leaving the train. 

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Obama blasts Republicans, blames GOP for shutdown during White House address

000_was7961561_siIn an address from the White House Rose Garden Tuesday afternoon, President Barack Obama blamed Republican lawmakers for triggering the first government shutdown in nearly two decades.

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Epic fail: just 1 percent of Obamacare requests successfully processed

obamacare_siMillions of Americans visited newly launched websites last week to learn more about the benefits offered through the president’s health insurance mandate, but Obamacare is apparently not ready for everyone.

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NSA’s vast new Utah data hub suffering from ‘meltdowns’ – report

national-security-agency_s-utah-data-center_siThough the NSA’s vast data storage facility in Utah is now hardly a secret, new information has surfaced indicating widespread technical failures delaying its opening, including 10 “meltdowns” within the past 13 months.

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Big deal, EU, Economy, Employment, G8, Politics, USA

5us-debt-default-treasury_siThe US government default caused by the ongoing budget standoff in the Congress could have a “catastrophic” effect on the country’s economy, which would be felt for decades, the Treasury Department said in report.

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US shutdown puts free trade talks with EU at impasse

us-eu-flags_siThe United States has no choice but to delay negotiations over a major free trade deal with countries in the European Union because of the partial federal government shutdown, the Obama administration has said.

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Tor anonymizer network among NSA’s targets, Snowden leaks reveal

nsa-target-tor-network_siTop-secret national security documents disclosed to the Guardian by Edward Snowden show United States and British intelligence have long attempted to crack the Tor anonymizer network used by human rights workers, journalists, cybercriminals and others.

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Obama administration asks Congress to hold off on new Iran sanctions

41_siA top US State Department official urged members of Congress Thursday to hold onto fresh sanctions against Iran until President Barack Obama’s administration can assess the new conciliatory tone from the Iranian government.

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Death row inmates sue Texas for sourcing execution drug from compounding pharmacy

7_siDeath row inmates are suing the state of Texas for obtaining a killing drug from a compounding pharmacy after its previous supply of pentobarbital expired last month. The lawsuit says the drug carries “a high risk of excruciating pain.”

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NSA chief admits govt collected cellphone location data

rtx13z4q_siThe director of the National Security Agency admitted this week that the NSA tested a program that collected cellphone location data from American citizens starting in 2010, but suspended it shortly after.

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Misplaced Hope: The Futility in Picking Sides Politically

ReidBoehnerWhisperThis may be a short post but the news yesterday of collusion between the Speaker of the House, John Boehner and Senator Harry Reid’s office on Congress’ ability to dodge some of the pleasantries offered to the rest of us from Obamacare prompted me to try and reach out to those who may still hold out hope of saving the world politically. If you seriously still believe that either party is fighting for your best interests, you are delusional. This isn’t surprising to me really; actually I am more surprised that they leaked this news, but it is a small nugget of proof to those naysayers who steadfastly maintain the purity of their party.

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