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UN Official “Accidentally” Crushes Throat and Dies Before Testifying Against Hillary Clinton

By Mac Slavo

Call it conspiracy theory, coincidence or just bad luck, but any time someone is in a position to bring down Hillary Clinton by testifying they wind up dead. In fact, there’s a long history of Clinton-related body counts, with scores of people dying under mysterious circumstances.

Perhaps the most notable is Vince Foster. Foster was a partner at Clinton’s law firm and knew the inner workings of the Clinton Machine.  Police ruled that death a suicide, though it is often noted that Foster may have been suicided.

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The Watchlist Gun Bans Begin: Obama Enlists Governors to Bypass Congress: “By Executive Order”

Now governors are abusing executive orders to trample on the 2nd Amendment as well.

With strong resistance in Congress to gun control measures, Obama has taken to working outside his constitutional authority yet again.

But he, his pen and his phone, are not alone this time.

To bring teeth to his pending executive orders, President Obama is working to enlist the help of many of the state governors who he hopes will sign their own executive orders.

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Obama Says It’s “Insane” For Millions of Americans On Watchlists To Own Guns

Back in 2011 we facetiously noted that innocent Americans were being added to terror watchlists and No-Fly lists at an alarming pace. So much so, we opined, that by 2020 every person in the United States would be deemed a terrorist and that the entire world would be on a government watchlist by 2025.

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Top General Admitting Obama Knowingly Armed ISIS

 

A U.S. General has made a shocking revelation saying that early on President Obama knew that ISIS was growing but made a “willful decision” to let the radical terror group grow unmolested and even supplied arms that he knew would go to ISIS.

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Watch: These Are The Shocking Statistics The Government Doesn’t Want You To See

Author: Mac Slavo

It is time to start banning anything that could potentially be used as a weapon?

The latest micro-documentary from Crush The Street explores the reality of violence in America and the shocking statistics being used to justify complete disarmament of the American people.

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The Post 9/11 Era: “The Fourteen Year War OF Terror”

 

After 9/11, the “war on terror” is a 14-year-old lie foisted on the world by forces hostile to the US Constitution. This has been and remains a “war OF terror” waged against all people.

Low intensity police state at home and high intensity war abroad are the new norms. The fact that such a program has not been more widely acknowledged and refuted is a profound statement on the state of civil society in the early 21st century.

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Truthers and Terrorists: Questioning 9/11 Is Becoming An Increasingly Dangerous Use of Free Speech

Editor’s Note: Regardless of your views on 9/11, the following alarming report from The Intel Hub is clear evidence that our rights to free and independent thought are being sacrificed on the alter of security. Yesterday, your eccentric musings rendered you mentally incompetent and unable to safely possess firearms. Today, your questioning of the official 9/11 report may identify you as a potential sleeper agent and member of a domestic terror organization. What will tomorrow bring?

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First American arrested with help from drone is sentenced

A North Dakota farmer who was the first US citizen to be arrested in a situation where law enforcement had help from a drone has also become the first to be convicted and sentenced,  thanks in part to an unmanned aerial vehicle.

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72 Types Of Americans That Are Considered “ Potential Terrorists ” In Official Government Documents

Are you a conservative, a libertarian, a Christian or a gun owner?  Are you opposed to abortion, globalism, Communism, illegal immigration, the United Nations or the New World Order?  Do you believe in conspiracy theories, do you believe that we are living in the “end times” or do you ever visit alternative news websites (such as this one)?  If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are a “potential terrorist” according to official U.S. government documents.

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Bloggers, public have First Amendment protection – US court

A federal appeals court has ruled that bloggers and the general public have the same protection of the First Amendment as journalists when sued for defamation. Should the issue be of public concern, the claimant has to prove negligence to win the case.

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Appeals court upholds inmate’s right to have taxpayer-funded sex change surgery

For the first time in US history, federal judges in the US state of Massachusetts have upheld a court ruling entitling a tax-payer funded sex-change operation for a transsexual prisoner convicted of murder.

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Ex-cop acquitted of beating homeless man to death now wants his job back

One of the former California police officers acquitted this week of beating to death a mentally ill homeless man wants to get his job back on the force. He and his partner were fired amid the investigation back in 2012.

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NYC to pay $18 mil for RNC arrests in largest protest settlement in US history

New York City has agreed to pay $18 million for the arrest, detention and fingerprinting of hundreds of protesters, journalists and legal observers during the 2004 Republican National Convention, marking the largest protest settlement ever in the US.

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Two officers acquitted in fatal beating of homeless schizophrenic man

Two former California police officers were found not guilty Monday on charges related to the fatal beating of a schizophrenic homeless man in a case that made national headlines and infuriated protesters who accused the police of abusing their authority.

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Parking violation turns into police assault caught on video – lawsuit

A Nebraska family filed suit Monday against dozens of police officers alleging that they turned a parking violation into a rough arrest and violating the family’s constitutional rights by breaking into a nearby home and confiscating video of the incident.

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Second Brooklyn man charged with hate crime over ‘knockout’ game

A Brooklyn, New York man accused of executing seven different “knockout game” attacks has been arrested and charged with hate crimes.

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Arizona sheriff’s racial profiling policies will cost taxpayers $21 million

Arizona taxpayers are expected to pay roughly $21 million in order to implement changes stemming from a court ruling that found local law enforcement racially profiled Latino residents during traffic and immigration stops.

The money will be paid out over the next year and a half, though  the penalties won’t stop there under the ruling against Sheriff  Joe Arpaio’s office. Beginning in 2015, Maricopa County will have  to pay an additional $10 million a year in order to maintain the  changes for as long as the office is placed under the judge’s  order.

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US govt appeals ruling denouncing NSA’s mass phone surveillance as unconstitutional

The US Justice Department appealed Friday a federal judge’s December ruling that advanced a legal challenge to the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of Americans’ telephone records.

The Justice Department filed the appeal with the US Circuit Court  of Appeals in Washington. US government lawyers are asking for a  dismissal of US District Judge Richard Leon’s ruling  that called the NSA’s domestic phone metadata   collection likely unconstitutional.

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Facebook sued for alleged monitoring of users’ private messages

Social media giant Facebook is being sued for the alleged monitoring of its users’ private messages in order to gather more consumer data that it in turn shares with marketers.

A federal lawsuit filed Thursday in San Jose, California alleges  that Facebook traces the contents of users’ private messages,  including links to other websites, “to improve its marketing  algorithms and increase its ability to profit from data about  Facebook users,” The Los Angeles Times reported.

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‘I already won’: Snowden is helping the NSA though it brands him a traitor

Edward Snowden has said he feels satisfied and a winner despite the espionage charges confronting him. Denying claims he is a traitor, Snowden said he is working to improve the NSA, something that US spy chiefs do not realize.

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CIA monitors Americans’ financial activities

The Central Intelligence Agency is collecting bulk records of international money transfers, including the financial and personal data of millions of Americans.

Citing “officials familiar with the programs,” the Wall Street  Journal reported that the CIA and FBI collect financial  information when international transactions are filed through  numerous money-transfer companies, including MoneyGram and  Western Union.

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US Navy admirals under investigation in widening bribery scandal

navy-admirals-investigation-widening-bribery.siTwo Navy admirals have been placed on temporary leave after their access to classified materials was suspended. This comes as part of a growing investigation into allegations that Naval officers illegally accepted bribes from a military contractor.

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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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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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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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Snowden’s email service Lavabit consistently denied US govt access despite intimidation

2013-10-03_04_40_08_siThe Federal Bureau of Investigation secretly obtained a court order compelling Lavabit, the email service used by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, to hand over its private SSL key, thereby allowing the FBI to monitor Lavabit’s users.

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