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Report: Feds Take Down Preppers Accused of Stockpiling Guns and Ammunition: “Federal Conspiracy Charges”

If you don’t think you’re on the government’s radar for activities related to stockpiling food, ammunition, guns and other supplies, think again.

Three men have been arrested by Federal agents for allegedly attempting to build and detonate explosives. According to the report, the men were not planning to use the explosives in an attack, but rather, were preparing for the possibility of an armed resistance should the government declare a state of emergency under martial law.

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Report: All Out War As Russia Prepares To Deploy 50,000 Troops To Ukraine: “Cities Burning, Hundreds Dead”

 

The second Ukrainian ceasefire appears to have fallen apart as reports from around the country indicate that heavy fighting has resumed.

Though Western media has yet to report on activity that began Sunday, independent journalists and eye witnesses have been updating social networks with photos, videos and first-hand accounts.

It’s all-out war in the Ukraine with multiple Ukrainian cities now under attack by rockets, mortars and heavy artillery fire

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The Sad Truth About The Modern World In 15 Powerful Illustrations

 

 

Steve Cutts is a London based illustrator who has worked with big names like Coca-Cola, Virgin and Nokia. He cut his ties recently and went freelance, producing more personal and opinionated illustrations that really sum the world up.

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The Russian Sleep Experiment

Russian researchers in the late 1940’s kept five people awake for fifteen days using an experimental gas based stimulant. They were kept in a sealed environment to carefully monitor their oxygen intake so the gas didn’t kill them, since it was toxic in high concentrations. This was before closed circuit cameras so they had only microphones and 5 inch thick glass porthole sized windows into the chamber to monitor them. The chamber was stocked with books, cots to sleep on but no bedding, running water and toilet, and enough dried food to last all five for over a month.

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A Terrible Tragedy: This Entire Family Died In Their Sleep From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning!

 

Accidental carbon monoxide poisoning killed a single father and his seven children in their one-story Maryland Eastern Shore home, police said.

Lloyd Edwards told The Associated Press that his stepson, 36-year-old Rodney Todd, had bought a generator after the power was shut off to the home in Princess Anne, about 60 miles southeast of Annapolis. Edwards told the AP that the victims included Todd and Todd’s two sons and five daughters.

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Experts Say War With Russia Was Imminent “66 Times in Last 18 Months”

 

For many, the Cold War tensions with Russia had become a distant memory… until, of course, NATO and Russia squared off over the Ukraine issue.

Now, American-backed NATO forces have been brought back to the brink of World War III — an astounding 66 TIMES — just in the last year and a half.

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71 migrants found dead inside a refrigeration truck

Europe: the crisis of illegal refugees that Central Europe is confronting with seems to be out of control. Thursday morning, on August 27, on a highway in Central Europe close to the border between Austria and Hungary, policemen discovered the dead bodies of 71 illegal immigrants, lying under a refrigerating truck, abandoned next to the highway. 59 of them were men, while the rest were women and children, most of them from Siria. Their bodies were already in decay and the Austrian authorities declared that, from the first tests, the people most probably died by suffocation about two days ago.

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Cop Caught on Tape Extorting Driver for Fundraiser: “Buy These Tickets or I Take Your Car”

 

 

It seems the no-pressure sales method wasn’t working.

Instead, a Philadelphia cop was caught on camera using the threat of force to insist that two guys he pulled over during a traffic stop buy tickets for a fundraiser to support the families of fallen first responders.

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Arizona first US state to attempt legal resistance to NSA surveillance

Arizona’s state senate panel approved a bill withdrawing state support for intelligence agencies’ collection of metadata and banning the use of warrantless data in courts. The panel becomes the first legislative body in US to try and thwart NSA spying.

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Republicans vote to end NSA bulk phone metadata surveillance program

The Republican National Committee has passed a resolution pushing conservative lawmakers to put an end to the National Security Agency’s blanket surveillance of American citizens’ phone records.

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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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Moscow officials visit Gitmo in attempt to free Russian detainee from ‘legal vacuum’

​A delegation of Russia’s high-ranking diplomats and representatives of the judicial system has in an unprecedented move visited the Guantanamo Bay prison, as Moscow has stepped up efforts to secure release of the only Russian national there.

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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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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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Not Socially Acceptable: NSA boss video ‘most hated’ on YouTube in 2013?

A YouTube video in which NSA boss Keith Alexander tries “to set the record straight” on the agency’s spying antics has nosedived. The half-hour interview triggered a wave of criticism from users, branding it the “most hated” video on YouTube.

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Scrooge Saturday: 1.3 million Americans to lose emergency jobless aid

Congress went on holiday recess without extending an emergency federal aid program to America’s unemployed, set to expire on Saturday, leaving over one million people in economic dire straits.

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In Massive Social Collapse, Your Only Rights Are Those You Can Defend

In a massive social collapse, law and order break down and man’s true nature will be revealed. During this time of chaos, an individual will have rights only as long as he can defend them.

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Obama admin hits all-time high on prosecutions for nonviolent immigration offenses

Prosecutions for nonviolent immigration offenses have hit an all-time high in fiscal year 2013, up 22.6 percent over five years, with offenses often involving illegal reentry. Meanwhile, critics of such prosecutions say the system is harming families.

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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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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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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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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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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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