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7:04 pm

Jared Fogle and Other Child Molesters Pay the Price!!!!




7:35 am


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Service Dog Saves Blind Owner’s Life During House Fire

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The fire started inside a home on the 4300 block of Oakmont Street in the city’s Holmesburg section. Fire officials say the homeowner, a woman in her 60’s who is blind, was inside at the time. The woman’s service dog Yolanda immediately dialed 911 on a specialized phone.

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2:58 pm

McDonald’s Begins Closing Restaurants across U.S. as Clean Food Movement Sweeps America

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5:36 pm

Property boom in Motor City? Detroit stone cottage that was listed for foreclosure at $26,000 is now up for auction for $260,000

  • The house, first built in 1900, was badly damaged by a flood in 2011
  • It went into foreclosure and listed for $26,000, eventually selling at auction for $31,000 
  • After extensive renovations over the years, including new plumbing, it is now listed for $279,000
  • It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and three fireplaces  

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1:24 pm

Inside Rand Paul’s downward spiral

They described an operation that pitted a cerebral chief strategist against an intense campaign manager who once got into a physical altercation with the candidate’s bodyguard. And they portrayed an undisciplined politician who wasn’t willing to do what it took to win — a man who obsessed over trivial matters like flight times, peppered aides with demands for more time off from campaigning, and once chose to go on a spring-break jaunt rather than woo a powerful donor.

They sketched a portrait of a candidate who, as he fell further behind in polls, no longer seemed able to break through. Paul, lionized as “the most interesting man in politics” in a TIME magazine cover last year, was supposed to reinvent the Republican Party with his message of free-market libertarianism, his vision of a restrained foreign policy, and his outreach to minorities.

Instead, he has been overshadowed by louder voices like Donald Trump and better-funded figures like Jeb Bush. His theory of the 2016 primary — that Republican voters would reward a candidate who promised fresh ideas and an unconventional approach — has not borne out in reality.

(Thank God the libertarians have noses that work.)

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4:31 pm

McDonald’s begins closing restaurants across U.S. as clean food movement sweeps America

Finally our efforts to avoid processed foods and Frankenfoods are paying off. For the first time in decades McDonald’s is struggling and has to close more restaurants than it opens after worldwide drops in sales. According to anAssociated Press review of McDonald’s regulatory filings, this hasn’t happened since 1970.




5:49 am

Navy Nurse Honored For Refusing To Force-Feed

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) deputy communications director Vesna Jaksic Lowe announced possible Pentagon efforts to revoke the security clearance for an unnamed navy nurse – in retaliation for his refusal to participate in unethical/immoral/illegal force-feeding amounting to brutal torture.

PHR’s medical director, Dr. Vincent Iacopino, called “(t)he military’s latest action against the nurse…backdoor retaliation for refusing to take part in an unethical and criminal activity.”

It’s barbaric viciousness America practices with impunity along with countless other torture techniques inflicted on innocent uncharged/untried victims.

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7:33 am

Anti-vaccine witch hunt FAIL: Dr. Jack Wolfson cleared of all charges for exercising his free speech rights on the issue of vaccine risks and the stupidity of blind medical obedience 

After Arizona cardiologist Dr. Jack Wolfson spoke out about the potential dangers of vaccines following the contrived Disneyland measles outbreak, he was aggressively attacked by the vaccine medical-industrial complex, which routinely accuses anyone who questions the party line on vaccines as being a danger to society.

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Organized by vaccine industry trolls and paid negative PR operatives, a total of 38 complaints were filed against Dr. Jack Wolfson with the Arizona state medical board.

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8:16 am

‘Cut the cord’: Republicans gear up to defund Planned Parenthood and tighten abortion laws after grisly videotaped discussion about selling fetal body parts goes viral

  • Several presidential candidates want Congress to ‘cut the cord’ and choke off federal dollars flowing to the nation’s largest abortion provider
  • Congressional leaders are ready to push for a law banning abortions after 20 weeks of gestation
  • Democrats on defense after undercover video showed Planned Parenthood medical chief discussing procurement of body parts for a private company
  • ‘We’ve been very good at getting heart, lung, liver, because we know that,’ Dr. Deborah Nucatola said on tape, ‘so I’m not gonna crush that part’
  • Planned Parenthood got $528 million in taxpayer funding last year, including government grants, contracts and Medicaid reimbursements

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6:58 am

Down Cafe – A Turkish Cafe That Only Employs Workers with Down Syndrome

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7:23 pm

Facebook photo helps reunites mother with son who was kidnapped 15 years ago

  • Northern California woman Hope Holland found her son Jonathan on the social media site after his father kidnapped him to Mexico when he was 3

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11:18 am

Bad news for boys: Researchers say parents prefer daughters if times get tough

  • Economic recessions subconsciously lead parents to prefer girls to boys
  • Say it is because daughters more likely to reproduce and extend family

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9:18 am

White House Lifts Restrictions On Marijuana Research

“The Obama Administration has actively supported scientific research on whether marijuana or its components can be safe and effective medicine,” Mario Zepeda, a spokesperson for the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), told The Huffington Post.




10:34 am

This Christian radio guy has been attacked by satanists, who apparently posted a scary curse-video about him with personal details of his family and life.  This guys says if the curser wants to engage him face-to-face, he should show up in person.  These evil-mongers are NOT so tough; they’re too afraid to even face the consequences of what they serve.  I know this from dealing with my dad.  “Maybe it’ll be a Saul of Tarsus thing, and he will drop to his knees.  Maybe it’ll be a Pharoah thing and God will have to do something else.”  We are all pretty certain that everything is going to be revealed pretty soon.  That’s a comforting thought to some, but hell-on-Earth for others.

9:41 am

Residents skip long courthouse wait by hiring private judge

“My marketing motto is: ‘How would you like your trial tomorrow?'” said Robert Evans, who worked as a judge in Orange County for more than 20 years before leaving public office. Now, he conducts private trials — for paying customers — at his Florida Private Trials practice.

“We do it in the privacy of conference rooms and in private settings, not in the open courtroom, where everyone and their brother is attending,” Evans said.

His clients go to him not only for the speed, but also for the privacy.

(This is GREAT!  Open-source justice!)

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5:57 am

The world’s first penis transplant has reportedly resulted in a pregnancy

To get permission to use the penis that has now facilitated a pregnancy, van der Merwe’s team had to fashion a new one out of abdominal skin for the deceased donor to be buried with. One day soon, we may not need donors at all: Last year, researchers reported progress in lab-grown penises built with the recipient’s own cells to avoid organ rejection.

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1:36 pm

Judge Rules Administrative Court System Illegal After 81 Years

A federal judge’s ruling against the Securities and Exchange Commission for using its own Administrative Law judges in an insider trading case is perhaps the beginning of the end of an alternative system of justice that took root in the New Deal. Constitutionally, the socialists tore everything about the idea of a Democracy apart. It was more than taxing one party to the cheers of another in denial of equal protection. It was about creating administrative agencies (1) delegating them to create rules with the force of law as if passed by Congress sanctioned by the people; (2) the creation of administrative courts that defeated the Tripartite government structure usurping all power into the hand of the executive branch, as if this were a dictatorship run by the great hoard of unelected officials.

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8:43 am

Big Food: Kicking, Screaming, and Losing Lots of Money

This is just the most recent evidence of a trend mocking those who avoid putting processed garbage into their bodies in an attempt to do some damage control.

A couple of months back, headlines screamed about “the new eating disorder” of eating as healthfully as possible. The mainstream media (heavily funded by Big Food, of course) co-opted the very real disorder of Orthorexia Nervosa and assigned the label to folks who refused to consume junk food.

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2:34 pm

Nestle joins clean food movement with removal of artificial flavors from 250 products

Nestle, which is considered a snack food and frozen pizza leader, has announced that it will remove artificial flavors from over 250 of its products by the end of 2015. In that same time frame, the food giant also plans to reduce the salt content in its frozen pizzas by 10 percent. The brands involved are Digiorno, Tombstone, California Pizza Kitchen, Jack’s, Hot Pockets and Lean Pockets.(1)
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3:58 pm

UK media suddenly covering all the vaccine injury stories the U.S. pharma-corrupted media pretends never happened

The censorship Berlin Wall on vaccine injuries is starting to crumble… in the UK, at least, where mainstream media outlets there are suddenly covering the thousands of young girls and boys who are routinely damaged by toxic vaccines.

The pharma-controlled, vaccine-worshipping U.S. mainstream media, of course, hilariously pretends vaccines cause no damage to anyone. That’s part of the reason why no one believes the mainstream media anymore, which explains why mainstream media readership is plummeting while New Media readership is exploding. (Our new search engine for the New Media has already received over 4,500 new site submits from webmasters.)

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7:18 am

SHOCKING!! Mainstream Media Tells House Oversight Committee to Begin Jailing Obama Administration





5:04 am

LivingFuel, Natural News team up to provide nearly $100,000 in emergency food aid to flood-ravaged citizens of Central Texas – see photos

The LivingFuel company ( has generously donated $88,000 worth of ultra-clean, high-protein superfood powders to victims of the recent floods in Central Texas, and the Natural News Store has taken charge of distributing the food aid items to local emergency response organizations on a county-by-county basis.

In addition, the Natural News Store has pledged $10,000 worth of laboratory-validated, long-term storable superfoods to the Hays county food bank ( which is in the process of organizing the details of that donation. (We expect to deliver those items to Hays County next week.)

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10:31 am

Community Bands Together for the Most Epic Checkpoint Refusal Ever!

In one of the most uplifting acts of civil disobedience this year, the residents of Arivaca, Arizona showed an astonishing level of dedication to freedom. Approximately 100 residents turned out for the public hearing in which citizens demanded the unconstitutional and heavily militarized checkpoint, more than 25 miles inland on Arivaca road be shut down.

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Community members called on US Congressman Grijalva to deliver on his promise to hold a federal hearing on the issue before Department of Homeland Security officials.Arivaca residents and supporters gathered at 10am and peacefully proceeded to the checkpoint to hold the hearing. Upon entering the checkpoint, they were met with a blockade of armed Border Patrol agents who used physical force, attempting to move the residents back. Despite this intimidation, protesters held their ground and sat-in while community members held a public hearing calling for the removal of the checkpoint.



7:59 am

Rand Paul, Ron Wyden to introduce resolution in senate urging the president to declassify 28 redacted pages of 9/11 report

The growing, nonpartisan drive to declassify a 28-page finding on foreign government support of the 9/11 hijackers is about to take an enormous step forward with the introduction of a Senate resolution urging the president to release the material to the public. Dramatically compounding the issue’s visibility, the resolution is being introduced by high-profile Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul of Kentucky.


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7:20 am

Wal-Mart Asks Meat Suppliers To Reduce Antibiotic Use In U.S. Market

Wal-Mart Stores Inc (WMT.N) said its U.S. units were asking meat suppliers to reduce the use of antibiotics in animals, joining the list of U.S. companies that have responded to consumer and government concerns over the excess use of drugs in livestock.

Walmart U.S. and Sam’s Club U.S. will also ask suppliers to provide annual reports on antibiotics management and animal welfare, the world’s largest retailer said on Friday.

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6:45 am

Think Homelessness Can’t be Eradicated? These Communities Did It

Ted Clugston, Mayor of Medicine Hat – a small town in Canada that has recently reached its goal of eliminating homelessness – estimates that it costs up to $100,000 a year to “support” a person that lives on the street, versus about $20,000 a year that it would cost to house someone.

Another example of a town where homelessness is no longer an issue is Marinaleda, Spain. Thanks to its olive farming cooperative and eccentric mayor Juan Manuel Sanchez Gordillo, Marinaleda made global news because it has virtually no police, no crime or unemployment. This is quite a feat consider that the rate of unemployment in the providence of Andalusia stands at 37% (and a staggering 55% for younger people). What is Gordillo’s solution to homelessness?

“Anyone who wants to build their own house can do so for free. Materials and qualified workmen are provided by the town hall, and the generous allowance of 192 square meters means the homes are spacious. Families they pay just 15 Euros ($19) per month for the rest of their lives, with the agreement that the house cannot be sold for private gain.” (Source)

Once you’re at the poverty level, it is difficult to escape it. Modernized societies are distinguished by lavishness, convenience, and abundance…but only for individuals who can afford it. As the gap of income inequality continues to widen – the poor become poorer, while the rich get richer – if the prosperous aren’t willing to put the resources into supporting the less fortunate (…such is not the way for a capitalistic society…), homelessness will continue to prevail.

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10:54 am

250+ Tech Companies and Digital Rights Groups: TPP Could Criminalize Journalism and Whistleblowing

Hundreds of tech companies and digital rights groups – including Imgur, DreamHost, Namecheap, AVG, Mediafire, Internet Archive, BoingBoing, Piwik, Private Internet Access, and more than 200 others – signed a letter to Congress today stating:

Criminalizing Journalism and Whistleblowing: TPP’s trade secrets provisions could make it a crime for people to reveal corporate wrongdoing “through a computer system.” The language is dangerously vague, and enables signatory countries to enact rules that would ban reporting on timely, critical issues affecting the public.



6:57 am

The Netherlands Ban Monsanto’s RoundUp!

Individuals, countries, and companies are introducing bans against Monsanto and its toxic herbicide, RoundUp, at an astonishing rate! Not too long ago we shared news of a German company booting Monsanto’s toxic ingredient glyphosate from its store shelves, and news has resurfaced of the Netherlands banning glyphosate-containing RoundUp as well!

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5:51 am

Cannabis Cures Cancer By Making Bad Cells “Commit Suicide”

Spanish scientist Cristina Sanchez was the first to discover the medicinal properties of marijuana in the fight against cancer. In this fascinating interview by Cannabis Planet, she explains the plant’s therapeutic properties.

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4:23 pm

The Fall Of Monsanto Is Near

Alex Jones talks with Anthony Gucciardi about the victories we are winning against Monsanto.


4:47 am

Man who blamed his permanently blocked nose on hay fever sneezes out toy dart which had been stuck there for 44 YEARS

  • Steve Easton had always blamed his symptoms on hay fever
  • He sneezed recently and was amazed when a toy dart flew out of his nose
  • The mildly decomposed sucker had been lodged there since the 1970s
  • His mother recalled she took him to hospital as a child, as she was worried he had inhaled the dart, but doctors couldn’t find anything

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4:54 pm

Pharmaceutical painkiller deaths drop 25% in states with medical marijuana according to study

Groundbreaking research published in the respected journal JAMA Internal Medicine has revealed new benefits to the denouement of marijuana prohibition throughout the U.S. It turns out that states where medical cannabis use is no longer a criminal offense are reporting substantially fewer deaths associated with pharmaceutical painkiller use, suggesting that more people in legalized states are turning to the safe cannabis herb for pain relief rather than Big Pharma’s death pills.

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2:02 pm


Pelle said that he expects he will speak to his father ‘once he’s in prison’. ‘I mean, I think I can ask him the questions. But, I don’t expect that he’ll answer. He’ll just, you know, shake his head… and, basically, maintain the victim stance that he’s always maintained,’ he said.

How the son of a top cancer researcher spent inheritance on successful campaign to prove his father killed his beloved mother

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His father sued him for a number of family scrapbooks that had been treasured items within the family. One of the books had been found next to von Schwedler’s body.

Pelle countered his father’s lawsuit with a wrongful death suit, holding his father responsible in the death of his mother.

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1:58 pm

This Federal Bill Could Fully End Marijuana Prohibition In The United States This Year

A new federal bill called the “Respect State Marijuana Laws Act of 2015” was introduced to Congress earlier this week by Representative Dana Rohrabacher, a Democrat from California. It would provide immunity against prosecution at the federal level for individuals and businesses abiding by state marijuana laws. It’s a short document, but its implications are huge.

“The American people, through the 35 states that have liberalized laws banning either medical marijuana, marijuana in general, or cannabinoid oils, have made it clear that federal enforcers should stay out of their personal lives,” Rohrabacher said in a statement. “It’s time for restraint of the federal government’s over-aggressive weed warriors.



4:03 pm

George Lucas plans development for low-income housing on his property

Even though the director, producer, screenwriter, and entrepreneur has met a wall of resistance the past two years, he recently announced that instead of selling his land, he will now be paying for the low-income community out of his own pocket.

The new 224 units of low-income housing will be added to Lucas’ Grady Ranch (also known as Skywalker Ranch after Lucas’ famous Star Wars films) property. And included in this development will be workforce and senior residences, a community center, a pool, and an orchard.

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8:23 pm

The Texas congressman is joining others in his state calling for the Pentagon to alter the Jade Helm 15 military exercises.

“Over the past few weeks, my office has been inundated with calls referring to the Jade Helm 15 military exercise scheduled to take place between July 15 and September 15, 2015,” Gohmert said in a Tuesday statement. “This military practice has some concerned that the U.S. Army is preparing for modern-day martial law. Certainly, I can understand these concerns.”

“When leaders within the current administration believe that major threats to the country include those who support the Constitution, are military veterans, or even ‘cling to guns or religion,’ patriotic Americans have reason to be concerned,” Gohmert wrote.

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4:52 pm

Media Calls on CIA & Stratfor to Dispel Jade Helm Concerns

Establishment media has engaged in political attacks against Gov Abbott after he acknowledged the public’s concerns about the military training in American cities. To assure the public they have turned to Stratfor, famous for its conspiracies against Wikileaks and to Abbott’s former political opponent, former CIA & former Texas Lt Gov, David Dewhurst, to dismiss it all as a “conspiracy theory”. How ironic, since Dewhurst was part of the effort to defeat legislation that would have stopped the TSA from sexually molesting travelers as the TSA threatened to turn Texas into a no-fly zone if the legislation passed. No conspiracy theory, just conspiracy fact and a bullying abuse of power.



7:05 am

Montana passed a law to nullify the militarization of its state and local police.


3:57 am

The Peer-to-Peer Economy Goes Mainstream

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9:39 pm

Wayne county Asst. prosecutor resigns after ‘Shoot em’ Facebook post

According to Fox 2, Walsh posted this message earlier this week then took it down:

“So I am watching the news in Baltimore and see large swarms of people throwing bricks etc at police who are fleeing from their assaults… 15 in hospital already. Solution. Simple. Shoot em. Period. End of discussion. I don’t care what causes the protesters to turn violent. … what the ‘they did it because’ reason is … no way is this acceptable. Flipping disgusting.”

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9:56 am

Judge throws out lawsuit by Bayer seeking to punish watchdog group for exposing truth about environment-destroying pesticide

“While Germany’s Bayer CropScience spokespeople maintain that their pesticides, Calypso and Lizetan formulations, are not toxic to bees, Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND) says that just the opposite is true. BUND feels that the products, which contain the neonicotinoid thiacloprid, are harmful to bees and, as such, has been involved in public awareness efforts.(1,2)”

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9:37 pm

National Security Whistleblowers Call for Repeal of Patriot Act

“Prominent national security whistleblowers are calling for the full repeal of the USA Patriot Act, charging that under that legislation the federal government has decimated the U.S. Constitution and warning that unless action is taken, there is no end in sight to government secrecy and manipulation.”

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10:14 am

BAM! Chipotle goes 100% non-GMO; flatly rejecting the biotech industry and its toxic food ingredients

“The free market victories against the sleazy biotech industry are coming at a rapid pace now, and the latest announcement is a real game changer: Chipotle Mexican Grill has outright rejected all GMOs and, as of today, is now serving all non-GMO ingredients in its foods.”

But how will they know?  Plants don’t grow with a UPC.

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8:12 am

Profits crumbling, sales shrinking: McDonald’s to close at least 900 stores

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1:06 pm

Cook County, IL….”If someone is caught with a misdemeanor amount of marijuana, the state’s attorney’s office will no longer prosecute that case”

“The office will announce the changes at 10:15 a.m. Monday.  Daly said they are part of an overhaul that will also address how the office prosecutes small amounts of such drugs as Ecstasy, cocaine and heroin.”

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5:56 pm

Cop and case worker help homeless man living in a cardboard box find forgotten bank account – with enough social security benefits in it to get him his own HOUSE

  • John Helinski, 62, slept in a cardboard box in Tampa Bay for three years 
  • He applied for homeless housing, but struggled as he had no identification
  • It had all been stolen years earlier – virtually forcing him onto the streets 
  • A case worker and a cop looked into his past and uncovered his records
  • Helsinki then went into a Tampa bank and discovered a lost account 
  • Enough money and social security was in there for him to buy a house  

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Don’t blow it all at once! Couple who met while homeless after Hurricane Sandy get lucky again with $255,000 lottery win

  • Pair were left homeless after storms and met in Connecticut trailer park  
  • Won lottery last year but only cashed prize in after Easter to mark new start
  • ‘Because of Sandy I met the love of my life’, said thrilled lottery winner

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6:04 pm

Dutch Retirement Home Offers Students Free Rent For Time Spent With Elderly Residents

“Humanitas, a social service organization in the Netherlands, has come up with a brilliant model for helping students with their expenses and the elderly with the care and social interaction that they need to remain physically and psychologically healthy. In return for free lodging at a retirement home in the Dutch town of Deventer, six students will spend at least 30 hours a month with the 160 elderly residents living there, doing anything from helping prepare their meals and shopping with/for them to teaching them to use computers or even paint street art!”

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9:41 am

NSA Struggles to Recruit New Talent in US Post-Snowden

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The US National Security Agency, which once branded itself to hackers and the tech industry as the coolest place to work, has been facing a serious recruitment challenge after the revelations about the government’s spying apparatus brought to light by contractor-turned-whistleblower Edward Snowden.

“I can’t see myself working there — partially because of these moral reasons,” Daniel Swann, a 22-year-old fourth-year concurrent bachelor’s-master’s student, and prime candidate for the NSA, told NPR.

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1:24 pm

Bearded mother who had to shave her face THREE times a day is thrilled to be a ‘real girl’ as she’s granted laser hair removal on the NHS… after bullies called her ‘a gorilla’

  • Cheryl Howe, 32, was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome at age 12
  • Morecambe mother-of-two fought for six years for treatment on the NHS
  • Even Conchita Wurst sent her a note of support after abuse from trolls
  • Has now been told she’ll receive more than £10k in funding

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8:48 pm

Eau d’odour? Scientists develop a perfume that makes you smell BETTER the more you sweat

  • Scientists create perfume that becomes stronger the hotter you get
  • Could be used to create sprays for freshening damp bathrooms
  • Uses ionic liquids which swallows scent of attached chemical  

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7:27 am

‘I feel like the luckiest man in the world’: Record-breaking dwarf bodybuilder finds love with 6’3′-tall transgender woman

  • Anton Kraft, 52, is a world record bodybuilder, stands at 4ft 4in
  • He is dating 6’3′ China Bell, a transgender woman from Florida
  • Says the unlikely pairing is his inspiration to break more records
  • Claims he has ‘technically died’ five times in his 10 years of weightlifting 

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Enamored: Bell, right, says she was bowled over by Kraft's record-breaking weightlifting abilities


6:01 pm


“Sometimes it really pays to be persistent.”

“That’s what Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth found out this week when the organization achieved something truly remarkable. It succeeded in getting a commitment from the largest association of architects in the U.S. to debate and vote on a resolution supporting an investigation into the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 on Sept. 11, 2001.”

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1:48 pm

Man Awarded $5.5 Million After Cops ‘Accidentally’ Shot Him 16 Times.

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7:52 am

Justice! Men Facing Life in Prison for Rap Lyrics and Facebook Post, All Charges Dropped

“In the case of Harvey, a man with no criminal record, the state alleged that his “stature” increased, and that is how he benefited from the gang’s crimes. Harvey was charged after posting a picture to Facebook that prosecutors alleged proved he was a gang member.”


11:19 pm


“In a victory that should be celebrated by journalists and activists alike, Citizen Journalist Nydia Tisdale announced a settlement with the Mayor and the Chief of Police in Cumming, GA from her Federal lawsuit that was getting ready to go to trial in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Tisdale had filed a    complaint after she was was banned from filming Cumming City Council meeting on April 17, 2012.”

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11:04 am

Tropical Traditions begins voluntarily testing their foods for traces of Roundup

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4:30 am

Got to give it up: Pharrell and Robin Thicke ordered to pay $7.4m to Marvin Gaye’s children for copying Blurred Lines from the soul legend’s music

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  • A jury awarded the family of Marvin Gaye $7.4million in their lawsuit against Pharrell and Robin Thicke
  • Gaye’s children Nona, Frankie and Marvin Gaye III sued the singers in 2013 saying they stole the music to Blurred Lines from their father
  • Thicke told jurors he didn’t write Blurred Lines, which Williams testified he crafted in about an hour in mid-2012 
  • Gaye’s daughter Nona wept as the verdict was being read 
  • ‘I feel free, free from…Pharrell Williams’ & Robin Thicke’s chains,’ said Nona in an emotional statement outside the courtroom following the verdict 
  • The song made a staggering $16million for Pharrell, Thicke and rapper T.I. 

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9:31 am

Man wins 30 year long lawsuit against vaccine manufacturer


7:27 pm

The state’s immoral war on drugs is now bipartisanly opposed

In a press release, Simpson said he supported regulating marijuana like the state regulates “tomatoes, jalapeños or coffee.

“Everything that God made is good, even marijuana” said state Rep. Simpson. “The conservative thought is that government doesn’t need to fix something that God made good.”


1:18 am

LA County to pay family $800,000 for kidnapping their unvaccinated children without a warrant

In their lawsuit, Sebastian Xoss and Mirtha Lopez accused the county of the “baseless, unreasonable, and unlawful” removal of their 6-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son from the hotel where they were staying on Feb. 10, 2011. They had gone to the hotel in part to escape suspected abuse of the daughter by a relative of Lopez, according to the lawsuit.

“Also, the suit said the deputy mocked the parents for not immunizing their children based on their religious beliefs and for homeschooling their kids.”

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7:06 pm


“War declared.  The US is now officially in an information battle with foreign media which provide alternative views on world news, views  which often run in contrast to coverage of events by the mainstream media.”

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8:37 am

Insomniacs Unite! The podcast that bores you to sleep on purpose.

Sleep Wit​h Me is a podcast that very literally lives up to its name. Each hour-long episode sets out to bore its listeners to sleep, distracting them from their own thoughts with bizarrely earnest monologues on z​ombie songs or Dian​a Rigg or Ser Po​unce, the royal cat from Game of Thrones.

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5:33 am

EU, UNICEF Mark Completion of Seawater Desalination Plant in Gaza

“Yesterday the European Union and UNICEF jointly marked the completion of the first component of a EUR 10 million desalination plant which will provide over 75,000 Palestinians with clean, drinking water in Gaza.”

“The construction phase of the project, which includes four components and is led in partnership with the Palestinian Water Authority (PWA) and Gaza’s Coastal Municipalities Water Utilities (CMWU), was launched with the laying of the first stone in March last year. The event yesterday marked the completion of an 18 – kilometer long pipeline which will transfer 6,000 cubic meters of desalinated seawater from the desalination plant to at least 35,000 Palestinians living in Khan Yunis, and 40,000 in Rafah, southern Gaza.”

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11:57 am

Johnson & Johnson loses first Risperdal jury trial

“A Philadelphia jury said Tuesday that drugmaker Johnson & Johnson should pay $2.5 million to a 20-year-old autistic man from Alabama – who developed size 46 DD breasts as a young teenager – because the company failed to adequately warn of that potential side effect from his use of the antipsychotic drug Risperdal.”


4:21 am

It’s Official, McDonald’s and Monsanto Are Both ‘Losing Money Fast’

“CNN asks, ‘Is McDonald’s doomed?’ Business Insider declares that ‘McDonald’s Is Losing America’ as the company fires its own CEO. What’s happening? As it turns out, the world is starting to ask what they’re truly eating in their food — and the new conglomerate of natural grocers and restaurants are trailblazing the way into an entirely new economic environment.”

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5:36 am


2:07 pm

This is a really great article.

Female fans rally in support of Beyonce after leaked shots reveal her spotty skin in pre-Photoshop L’Oreal ads

  • Photographs of Beyonce from a make-up photoshoot leaked online
  • Women around the world defended the singer saying she’s still stunning
  • Pictures show Beyonce snapped in harsh lighting with bumpy complexion

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3:20 pm


“So far this season, younger viewers, the most important audience for advertisers, have ditched their TV sets at more than double the rate of previous years, new Nielsen figures show.”

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6:17 am

Fighting Back! New Bill Takes On NSA Code-Breaking Facility


2:02 am

Woman donates her kidney to total stranger, then ends up marrying him

  • Ashley McIntyre, 25, donated her kidney to stranger Danny Robinson, 25
  • She found out he was on dialysis treatment and needed an organ donor
  • Before operation, they chatted on the phone and regularly exchanged texts
  • Once complete, they remained close and started romantic relationship
  • He proposed on Christmas Day and they are now expecting a baby in June 

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1:55 pm

Teen returns to Target to say thank you to store employee who helped him tie a tie for a job interview

  • Yasir Moore came in a suit to Raleigh, North Carolina Target to buy a clip-on tie for job interview at Chick Fil-A
  • Since they were all out of clip-on ties, he bought a regular tie
  • Store employee Dennis Roberts offered to help him learn to tie it and then offered some him interview tips  
  • Yasir returned to the store to thank the employees for their kindness

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6:38 am

Man who tried to kill himself as a teen reconnects with stranger who rescued him from leaping off a bridge 12 years ago

  • Mark Henick was 15 when he nearly plunged off a Nova Scotia overpass after making the decision to take his own life
  • Now a mental health advocate, Henick, 27, has given a TED Talk discussing that night and began searching social media for his rescuer last month
  • One day later, he was contacted by Mike Richey, who happened to be driving by that night and refused to let Henick throw his life away

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5:11 pm


“Former CIA official John Kiriakou was today released after two and a half years in prison. He exposed the Bush-era war-on-terror torture program, and for that act of bravery became the only American to serve time in connection with it.”

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8:56 am

American Academy of Pediatrics Calls For Rescheduling Cannabis

“The new position statement resolves: “The AAP strongly supports research and development of pharmaceutical cannabinoids and supports a review of policies promoting research on the medical use of these compounds.”

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6:05 pm

State Legislatures Considering More than 200 Bills to Block Federal Power

“Less than one month into the 2015 state legislative season and the Tenth Amendment Center counts more than 200 bills seeking to block or limit federal power.”

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7:35 am

“We figured if students at Columbia – a top five school in the country, can’t find jobs when they graduate, there was probably a problem.”

Coding is the new literacy.  I’m functionally illiterate.

Education Moment: The Man with 26 Million Students

“Its crazy that two kids could start something in a one-bedroom apartment in California, and educate more people in a weekend than a formal institution could in years,” he says.

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11:11 am

After Spending 37 Years In Prison, 70-Year-Old Innocent Man Is Free

“After spending 37 years in jail for a double murder that he didn’t commit, Joseph Sledge was finally exonerated and freed from the Columbus County Jail in Whiteville, North Carolina, last Friday.”

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1:47 pm

THIS ‘INCREDIBLE EDIBLE PARK’ IN IRVINE, CALIFORNIA FEEDS 200,000 PEOPLE EVERY MONTH! [VIDEO] goes on a field trip to the Incredible Edible park in Irvine, California to share with you this public park that was formerly 7.5 acres of weeds. After watching this episode you will learn more about how John believes that every park in the US should have an edible garden to feed those in need and educate people to take care of their own needs.”

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6:24 pm

Wrongly jailed 70-year-old man walks free after FOUR DECADES in prison, thanks to DNA evidence that cleared him of murdering a mother and her daughter

  • Joseph Sledge was convicted of killing a mother and daughter in 1976
  • On Friday he was deemed innocent, none of crime scene DNA matches his
  • Judge in Whiteville, North Carolina, said ‘the system made a mistake’

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6:51 pm

Two former Miramar police officers who framed a mentally challenged 15-year-old boy for the rape and murder of a woman must pay him $7 million for the nearly 26 years he spent in prison, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday

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9:50 am

Sunlight Does Not Cause Skin Cancer

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2:04 pm

Things Women Think Are Hot But Men Don’t

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11:16 am

Consumers Will Soon Have Devices In Their Hands To Detect GMO and Toxic Foods

Every human being on every developed nation on Earth, whether living in a rural or isolated area, in the middle of a large city, or near an industrialized area, now contains at least 700 contaminants in their body including pesticides, pthalates, benzenes, parabens, xylenes and many other carcinogenic and endrocrine disrupting chemicals.

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1:19 pm

“It’s just so rational,” Kerry Bate, the director of Salt Lake County’s housing authority, told Mic. “We really should’ve figured it out a long time ago, but we had some mental blocks in the way.”

Instead of Criminalizing Homelessness, Utah Is Doing the Opposite — And It’s Working — “Their remedy was astoundingly simple: give homes to people without them.”

“The Housing First program started in 2005, and Simons says it might have saved her life.
“I don’t know if I’d be alive,” Simons told Mic by phone. “Or I’d be alive and living on the street. It just helped me get back on my feet. It showed that people cared about you.”
OMG!  Just give homeless people homes…and you don’t have any more homeless people!  Amazing!


4:35 pm

Tennessee Bill Would Ban Military Equipment from Pentagon 1033 Program

“A bill introduced in the Tennessee Senate would prohibit state and local law enforcement from owning or using certain military equipment, whether provided through the Pentagon’s 1033 program or other grants, and would also indirectly thwart federal efforts to enforce unconstitutional laws.”

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7:01 pm

Holder limits seized-asset sharing process that split billions with local, state police

“Since 2008, thousands of local and state police agencies have made more than 55,000 seizures of cash and property worth $3 billion under a civil asset forfeiture program at the Justice Department called Equitable Sharing.”

“The Post found that local and state police routinely pulled over drivers for minor traffic infractions, pressed them to agree to warrantless searches and seized large amounts of cash without evidence of wrongdoing.”

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9:47 am

Minnesota Bill Would Ban NSA Activity Called the “Biggest Threat Since the Civil War”

SF33 stipulates that “a government entity may not obtain personal identifying information concerning an individual without a search warrant. A court order granting access to this information must be issued only if the government entity shows  that there is probable cause for belief that the individual who is the subject of the personal  identifying information is committing, has committed, or is about to commit a criminal offense.”


5:49 am

Hairdresser, 26, thought she had won $1,000 on the lottery and was about to give her ticket away… only to give it a second check and discover it was worth $1.3 MILLION

  • Ligia Dennis, 26, bought three California Lucky Life Scratchers tickets
  • Gave away two to her mother and brother; nearly gave third to beggar
  • She later discovered she had won – but thought she had netted $1,000
  • Only realized true extent of win after traveling to lottery’s district office
  • ‘I’m shocked, I can’t believe it,’ said the hairdresser, from Los Angeles
  • She plans to pay off her student loan and bills, and open her own salon

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7:48 pm

No skinny models allowed! Meet the fashion designer who sells clothes in every size but ONLY uses ‘larger women of color’ in her campaigns

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5:21 am

Defy them. Glory in your awareness and freedom. Be bold and brash in the face of whatever they throw at us. Our fire is what is setting their cobweb of deceit aflame and they know it…but never mind them. Our concentration needs to be on manifesting the Truth.

“All the hocus-pocus of media entrainment has one goal – disempowerment. They cannot kill our bodies as hard as they try, they cannot suppress love and truth, and they cannot stop the tide of the awakening, despite the naysayers and critics. We are it.”

“This might sound shallow to some but this is the case. We have a LOT to be happy about. The exposure of their cruel intent, their psychopathic maneuverings, and the brash and blatant designs of their programs are out in the open. Wide open. Those who are willing to see are clearly able to see now. It’s something to take great heart in.”

The Awakening Springs Unstoppable

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12:39 pm

Be still, my soul

“All safe and blessed, we shall meet at last.”

by Naturally 7


12:17 pm

Vermonters ready celebration as nuclear plant shuts down for good


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12:37 pm

Man nicknamed ‘Fatboy’ after failing to climb to top of Mount Snowdon shed a quarter of his body weight after a lifestyle overhaul (and then trekked to Everest!)

  • Dave Burn, from Essex, weighed 18st thanks to a diet of takeaways
  • Diagnosed with diabetes, the grandfather didn’t want a life of pill-popping
  • Has shed 4st and completed 10k races and the London to Paris bike ride

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5:44 pm

French Man Develops Pills That Make Flatulence Smell Like Flowers or Chocolate

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7:19 am

Library of Congress names Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and The Big Lebowski among cinematic treasures picked for long-term preservation 

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4:59 am

Congress quietly ends federal government’s ban on medical marijuana

“Tucked deep inside the 1,603-page federal spending measure is a provision that effectively ends the federal government’s prohibition on medical marijuana and signals a major shift in drug policy.”

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5:29 am

Despite Congress’ attempts to block D.C.’s legalization, there’s a major pro-pot provision hidden in the 2015 spending bill.

“That less-discussed provision stops the Justice Department from spending a dime to prosecute patients or medical marijuana dispensaries that are acting in accordance with state law but running afoul of federal ones. The policy change might not make for splashy headlines, but it promises to have a major impact on the medical marijuana movement around the nation.”

“Nearly as noteworthy as the medical marijuana decision is the states-rights logic that is driving support from the Republican side of the aisle. “The enactment of this legislation will mark the first time in decades that the federal government has curtailed its oppressive prohibition of marijuana and has instead taken an approach to respect the many states that have permitted the use of medical marijuana to some degree,” Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, the California Republican who was part of the bipartisan effort to include the medical marijuana language in the larger spending bill, said in a statement this week. “

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5:16 am


“America’s first foray into rolling back prohibition 2.0 is barely underway, and already marijuana prices have dropped low enough to convince some cartel farmers in Mexico toabandon the crop. Mere months after two US states legalized marijuana sales, five Nobel Prize-winning economists released a UN report recommending that countries end their war on drugs.”

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5:23 pm


‘Victory’ declared as source reveals DOJ will not force James Risen testimony

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12:53 pm


“A federal judge ordered St. Louis-area police to grant warnings before firing tear gas in order to give crowds “reasonable” time to disperse, following a lawsuit over wanton use of tear gas by militarized police during race-related protests in Ferguson.”

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10:14 am

Couple who received more than SEVEN HUNDRED robocalls over four years from Bank of America win $1m lawsuit

  • Nelson and Joyce Coniglio, of Tampa, Florida, were subjected to hundreds of loan collection calls over a four year period
  • At their wits ends, the couple sued Bank of America in July and won after the bank missed the deadline to oppose the lawsuit
  • A judge has awarded the couple $1,051,000 – approximately $1,500 for every call – in addition to court costs and attorney fees
  • Bank of America maintains that the calls were to help the Coniglios avoid foreclosure

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4:44 pm

Breaking Ban: After 90yr old US veteran arrested for feeding homeless, city lifts law

“A 90-year-old World War II veteran Arnold Abbot was arrested for feeding the homeless in Florida last month. He is still facing 60 days in jail and a 500 dollar fine, but after protests and a massive backlash he’s achieved a small victory. It is no longer illegal to feed homeless people in public places in Fort Lauderdale.”

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4:15 pm

This Burmese Nunnery Saved 200 Girls From Sex Slavery

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4:12 pm

Serbia dismantles human trafficking ring

Serbian authorities have arrested nearly 50 people allegedly involved in a human trafficking ring that took immigrants from Asian countries to the European Union.”

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12:43 pm

Woman who was being strangled by a SEATBELT that tightened round her neck after her three-year-old daughter wrapped it round her in a tantrum is saved by passing trooper

  • A Florida mother ‘blacked out’ after the seatbelt tightened around her neck
  • Her husband tried to free her, but the safety device only got tighter
  • Trooper Brad Wagner came to her rescue freeing her with his knife
  • It was the second life Wagner had been called to save in three months 

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8:19 am

A moment of peace amid Ferguson anger: Cop hugs emotional protester after befriending him during march

  •  During an emotional rally in Portland, Oregon, freelance photographer Johnny Nguyen snapped a photo of a 12-year-old black boy Devonte Hart as he hugged a white police officer Portland Police Sgt. Bret Barnum with tears in his eyes
  • Hart held up a sign that read ‘Free Hugs’ at the rally 
  • Emotional: During an emotional rally in Portland, Oregon, a 12-year-old black boy, Devonte Hart, with tears in his eyes, embraced a white police officer, Portland Police Sgt. Bret Barnum

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4:36 am

Two cousins, aged 9 and 11, buried by a snow plow as they built a snow fort – but are rescued ALIVE hours later

  • Jason ‘J.J.’ Rivera, 9, and Elijah ‘Papito’ Martinez, 11, from Newburgh, New York, had gone out to build a snow fort on Wednesday night
  • When they didn’t come home at 10 a.m. their parents started to search for them – they were finally discovered at 2 a.m. trapped in the snow 
  • Authorities said a snow plow operator had been clearing a parking lot and didn’t see the boys on the other side of the large pile of snow
  • The boys spent Thanksgiving in the hospital and family members say they are in a good condition

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8:39 pm

Two men imprisoned for nearly four decades walked free on Friday after being exonerated in a 1975 murder

“The witness recanted last year and said Cleveland police detectives coerced him into testifying that the men, along with Bridgeman’s brother, killed businessman Harry Franks on May 19, 1975.”

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10:22 am

Teenager with Down’s syndrome who broke into his school to retrieve his favourite hat has police record wiped after 120,000 people sign petition

  • Abdul Al-Faisal, 19, was held in police station for nine ‘terrifying’ hours
  • He had climbed through window of Haringey Sixth Form in north London
  • Mother Roshina found him ‘confused and in tears in a cell without shoes’
  • Case referred to IPCC as online campaign reached 120,000 signatures

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6:43 am

“Thanks to the Internet, for the very first time Folks all over the World are now understanding how any Entity that controls the Manufacture and Distribution of Money is able to control the Top Policy-Makers in many nations and orchestrate History step by step.”–Dr. Preston James



5:42 am

NFL Star Quits Football To Build Free Farm And Feed Hungry People

NFL star Jason Brown has quit playing football professionally, and now spends his days as a farmer, who harvests free food for the hungry.  He likes God.

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8:40 am

Illinois cops are standing up to their own department saying that forcing quotas requires them to make arrests without probable cause.



12:59 pm

Real science: Almost half the population may be infected with a mysterious virus that makes people stupid

The rather shocking take away from the study is that the virus alters the gene expression of brain cells, literally making people perform more poorly on cognitive tests, visual processing and spatial awareness.

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7:47 am

Homeless man rescued after spending THREE DAYS trapped inside wall of Marshalls store screaming for help

  • Paul Felyk, 35, was rescued Tuesday after firefighters sliced into wall of Marshalls in Longmont, Colorado, with a saw 
  • He is believed to have sneaked inside the store through a vent on the roof
  • Employees had been hearing his screams since at least Monday but could not locate him   

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4:56 pm

Not only is this guy free of a TREMENDOUS amount of bacteria but,


Gruesome video shows the first time a man squeezes a spot he’s had on his neck for 20 years

  • The Canadian man had the spot, at bottom of neck, for two decades
  • In 2010 it began to grow and became red, sore and covered in whiteheads 
  • After researching on the internet, he decided to ‘pop’ it to relieve pressure
  • Recruited his wife to direct his hands and she filmed the event

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8:06 am

Worker jumps off building and rescuers hold him in air

He says boss treats him badly and job assignment and wages are not satisfactory.

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10:41 am

New York City cops to be charged for beating Brooklyn teenager

“David Afanador and Tyrane Isaac are expected to surrender and answer an indictment for assault and official misconduct for the alleged caught-on-tape attack against 16-year-old old Kahreem Tribble, according to multiple sources. The unusual indictment for illegal use of power during an arrest comes after a barrage of recordings of apparent NYPD violence or misconduct came to light in recent months.”

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1:14 pm

High-fat diet can postpone brain aging: Study

“New Danish-led research suggests that signs of brain aging can be postponed in mice if placed on a high-fat diet. In the long term, this opens the possibility of treatment of children suffering from premature aging and patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. The research project is headed by the Center for Healthy Aging, University of Copenhagen and the National Institute of Health.”

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9:30 am

America’s kindest newlyweds! Couple forgo fancy wedding to travel to all 50 states and perform a random act of kindness in each

  • Mark and Ismini Svensson of Orangeburg, New York have been on the road for two years
  • While the Svenssons are paying their own way, charitable fans have sent them money, which they’ve used to start their own non-profit
  • They’ve also found time to start and family – their 16-month-old daughter is along for the ride

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6:56 am

US sailors “have won the major battle” in Fukushima lawsuit — Now 200 young Navy and Marines with leukemia, organs removed, brain tumors/cancer, blindness, more — Gov’t: Fukushima a terrible tragedy… Navy ships under threat and didn’t know where to go, some ‘very interesting’ moments… That radiation will kill you like a nuclear weapon

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11:26 am

Kid Rock fan suffering from Down Syndrome gets the surprise of a lifetime when star turns up to sing him Happy Birthday in middle of a Michigan restaurant

  • Dan McGurk, from Toledo Ohio was celebrating his 30th birthday in Michigan
  • He had posted a Youtube video asking Kid Rock to come to his party 
  • But he got the surprise of a lifetime when the singer turned up
  • Rock graciously presented McGurk with several presents including a guitar 

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Buddy: He looks delighted as Kid Rock, left, says hello to the 30-year-old who tells him he is a big fan


7:06 am

Phil Collins brings the world’s largest private Alamo collection – including Jim Bowie’s legendary knife – ‘back home’ to Texas

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Crockett's Bullet Pouch from around 1836 is displayed during a news conference on Tuesday in San Antonio. Phil Collins has donated what's considered the world's largest private collection of Alamo artifacts

Davy Crockett’s stuff!



10:40 am

Peru To Provide Free Solar Power To 2 Million Of Its Poorest Residents By 2016



3:50 am

Satisfying moment homophobic bully is taken down by passengers at Dallas airport after kicking man for wearing a pink shirt

  • A homophobic passenger at a Texas airport had to be subdued by a group of spectators on Thursday after he began bullying and assaulting a man
  • When passengers asked what the unidentified suspect was upset about he yelled ‘queers’ and kicked the man in a pink shirt and hit him in the head
  • ‘You want me to tell you the reason why I did it? Because this is America, that’s why. The same reason you get to live to breathe to walk black’ the racist homophobic man said with fury
  • Spectators believe the suspect may have been under the influence of alcohol or drugs  

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5:53 pm

Price is Right contestant who has been watching the show for over 40 YEARS dances up a storm after twice landing on $1.00 during the Showcase Showdown

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4:20 pm

Big Victories in the Battle Against Monsanto

Is Monsanto tanking?  Here’s hoping.



11:35 am

Veterans and Human Rights Attorneys Seek Information on Toxic Weapons Use in Iraq

“Today, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Department of Defense (DOD) and the State Department on behalf of itself and Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) seeking the firing coordinates of weapons used in Iraq that contained depleted uranium (DU). “

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1:19 pm

White House pool reporters test own news distribution system

“A small group of reporters initiated an online forum this month in which they shared “pool” information among themselves, without White House involvement. The forum was set up by the White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA), which negotiates with the White House’s press staff over access for journalists.”

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3:44 pm

Monsanto Reports $156 Million Loss in Q4 as Farmers Abandon GM Crops

“Are you invested in Monsanto stock like Bill Gates, who owns hundreds of thousand of Monsanto shares worth about $23 million? It might be time to pull out since the company just reported over $156 million in losses for the fourth quarter.”



7:01 pm

Raver from music festival TomorrowWorld found naked in the woods FOUR DAYS after the dance party finished

  • Naked reveler was found by a stream in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, on October 2
  • The TomorrowWorld festival took place on a nearby property from September 26-28
  • Hunter stumbled across the man and started filming the encounter
  • The stranger claims he was beaten up, drugged, stripped of his clothes and dumped in the woods 
  • Said he searched for water for two days and stayed by the stream for another two
  • Suspicious hunter eventually helped him to safety 
  • Police were not involved 
  • Over 120,000 people attended TomorrowWorld, headlined by Tiesto, Avicii and David Guetta

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2:16 pm

Here’s What Happened When One City Gave Homeless People Shelter Instead of Throwing Them in Jail

” In 2014 alone, one hundred American cities have banned sitting or lying down in public places.”

“In 2005, the city was spending $40 million to address chronic homelessness. Several years after starting the Housing First program, in 2013, spending was down to $9.6 million.”

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6:59 pm

Driver, 22, crawls out of Arizona canyon TWO days after car plunges 300ft over cliff and lands on roof

  • Man was travelling along SR88 at Tortilla flat when car swerved off road
  • Nissan Sentra plunged 300ft, before landing on roof at bottom of canyon
  • Driver remained inside car for two days in hope he would be discovered
  • Yesterday, he finally crawled out of canyon and walked two miles for help
  • Taken to hospital with serious injuries, where he is in a ‘stable’ condition

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12:32 pm


“U.S. District Judge Gladys Kessler called the government’s desire to close the proceedings “deeply troubling,” and chastised the Department of Justice for appearing to “deliberately” make the request “on short notice.”

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11:27 am

Reporter covering a story about a missing 10-year-old boy finds him in a neighbor’s yard

  • Paul Ezekiel Fagan vanished from outside his grandmother’s home in Tampa, Florida on Thursday afternoon and sparked a massive police search
  • WFTS reporter Cameron Polom went to the neighborhood for a press conference about the disappearance on Friday
  • As he left, he saw a mus-covered boy in a neighbor’s yard and thought he resembled the missing child – and the boy said his name was Paul
  • Paul explained that he had simply needed space from his brother

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3:19 pm

Judge won’t grant immunity to police, doctor who medically paralyzed man for cavity search

“A federal judge has ruled that Anderson County law enforcers and an Oak Ridge doctor are not entitled to immunity from prosecution after the doctor medically paralyzed a man to conduct a cavity search for drugs.”



7:27 pm

Massachusetts doctor who contracted Ebola working in Liberia is released from the hospital

  • Dr Frank Sacra was released from the Nebraska Medical Center on Thursday after clearing two separate blood tests for Ebola 
  • The 51-year-old Massachusetts native contracted the deadly disease while working for a missionary group in Liberia 
  • He is the third American to be cured of Ebola after receiving medical attention in the States 

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11:22 am

Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

“Things hit a crisis point when the GOP-led House voted him in contempt for refusing to hand over documents about a gun trafficking scandal known as Fast and Furious. That represented the first time an attorney general had ever been rebuked that way, but still Holder held on to his job.”

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6:10 am

Whistleblower Ray McGovern–‘Be On the Look Out Alert’ Rescinded; Law Enforcement Instructed that BOLO is ‘Not Operational’

Important victory in case of Ray McGovern’s brutal arrest 

“The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund is pleased to announce an important victory in the ongoing case of peace activist Ray McGovern, the former CIA analyst, who was brutalized and arrested by officers in 2011 for standing in silent protest during a speech given by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.”

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10:54 am

The baby abandoned in a dustbin and a reunion that proves miracles can happen

” Unfortunately, Mr Good is unable to remember the names of the women he slept with in 1968 but Michelle is determined to find her natural mother.”

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3:30 pm

Federal Appeals Court Rebukes Florida Cops for Using SWAT-Style Raids to Check Barbers’ Licenses

“We have twice held, on facts disturbingly similar to those presented here, that a criminal raid executed under the guise of an administrative inspection is constitutionally unreasonable,” says the decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. “We hope that the third time will be the charm.”

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3:35 am

Big Victory! UK Man Wins Court Case Against BBC for 9/11 Cover Up!

BBC announced falling of Building 7, while the building was still standing.

(Remember, no plane hit that building, ever…)



11:53 am

Battling on, Ashya has his first proton treatment in Prague, 19 days after his parents removed him from NHS hospital

  • Ashya King had first course of treatment for his brain tumour earlier today
  • Five-year-old will now undergo further 29 sessions at Prague proton centre 
  • Czech doctors say 70-80 per cent of patients in Ashya’s condition survive
  • News comes 19 days after parents removed Ashya from an NHS hospital 
  • Sparked international manhunt after taking him from Southampton General Hospital without permission in bid to get specialist treatment oversees

“Mr and Mrs King faced a legal battle to get their child to Prague after removing Ashya from hospital on August 28, with a High Court judge approving the move after they had been released from police custody in Spain.”

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7:53 pm

Joy as woman finds memorial bracelet honoring 9/11 firefighter that had been lost for TEN YEARS washed up on Long Island beach and returned it to his grateful widow

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4:24 am

Huge 45 foot digital billboard near Times Square will show video of the collapse of WTC7, millions will see it

“For 15 seconds out of every two minutes, people walking by will see WTC 7’s free-fall descent — the vast majority of them for the first time — on two massive 45’ by 45’ screens. Altogether, we’ll reach 100,000 people each day, amounting to 3 million viewings from September 8th to October 5th!”

THREE BUILDINGS FELL!   THREE BUILDINGS FELL!    (I’ve  been yelling that for years.)

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7:46 pm

Firefighters finish mowing lawn for wife whose husband collapsed and died half way through the job and leave note for her

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5:37 pm

State trooper who threatened to Taser polite Bengals lineman during traffic stop fired

  • The Department of Public Safety said that Lance Cpl. R.S. Salter was terminated for violating agency policies including conduct unbecoming a state employee

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9:32 am

Minnesota Supreme Court comes down hard on search and seizure

“In two unanimous rulings, the Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday curbed law enforcers’ ability to search and seize personal possessions. The more significant ruling, written by Justice Christopher Dietzen, extended U.S. constitutional protections against unreasonable search and seizure to Minnesota civil, not just criminal, matters.”

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8:05 am

Is this a double miracle? Family claim to have found their SON lost in the tsunami… weeks after their reunion with their missing DAUGHTER

  • Jamaliah and Septi Rangkuti reunited with 17-year-old son
  • Arif Pratama Rangkuti was swept away in 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami

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9:00 pm

Chinese woman who vanished after catching wrong train is reunited with her family 37 YEARS later

  • Jiang Ai-wu was just six when she got lost from her home in Hunan province
  • The frightened child ended up getting taken into care in a city 450 miles away
  • After a year-long hunt by her daughter she was reunited with her mother 

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9:26 am


I suppose that means that more of us citizens can outrun them…except that they have 94,000 more machine guns now…

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9:06 am

Victory: Fish & Wildlife Service To Stop Use Of GMO’s

“After facing a series of legal challenges from environmental groups, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service will phase out the use of genetically modified (GMO) crops and controversial neonicotinoid pesticides at farming projects on national wildlife refuges.”

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3:13 pm

Former Apple employee named Sam Sung raises more than $80,000 for charity by auctioning off his old business card

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7:56 am

‘This is a miracle’: Four-year-old girl swept from her parents in Boxing Day tsunami is ‘reunited with her family’ 10 years later

  • Parents who lost their two children in the 2004 tsunami claim to have found their daughter 10 years later
  • Raudhatul Jannah was given up for dead by her family
  • Mother says her brother spotted a girl who looked like the long-lost girl
  • Jannah was rescued by a fisherman and raised by the fisherman’s mother, who called her Wenni

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5:05 am

Customers get welcome surprise when ATM dispenses trips to see sick relatives and tickets to Disney as bank says thank you

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7:46 am

Download a movie in LESS than the blink of an eye: World’s fastest network can download a film in 0.2 MILLISECONDS

  • Researchers from the Technical University of Denmark used a new type of optical fibre to transfer 43 terabits per second
  • Network could be used to download a 1GB film in 0.2 milliseconds
  • Previous record-breaking network reached speeds of 32 terabits per second
  • Competition in data speed is contributing to developing the technology needed to accommodate the growth of data traffic on the internet

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3:15 pm

Russia taking McDonald’s to court, threatens countrywide shutdown

“Russia, which has already denounced genetically modified food earlier this year, is now taking McDonald’s to court. A Moscow court recently announced that the fast food chain has violated Russia’s nutrition and safety codes for many of its burger and ice cream products.”




8:32 am

Flag memorial to fallen marine discovered in Texas flea market and given to his family almost a decade after he was killed in Fallujah

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6:12 am

Monsanto Ordered to Pay $93 Million to Small Town for Poisoning Citizens

Big wins can happen in small places. The West Virginia State Supreme Court finalized a big blow to the biotech giant Monsanto this month, finishing a settlement causing Monsanto to pay $93 million to the tiny town of Nitro, West Virginia for poisoning citizens with Agent Orange chemicals.”

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10:40 am

$50,000 raised in just three days for the children of Harvard-educated law professor who was shot in the head on his own doorstep

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6:03 pm


“Detroit suspended its aggressive policy of cutting off water to customers with unpaid bills on Monday, the latest response to a controversy that has prompted large protests and caught the attention of the judge overseeing the city’s bankruptcy.”

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5:36 pm

‘My birthday present to me!’: Customer leaves his waiter a $1,000 tip on a $114 check with the instruction to ‘pay it forward’… and the overjoyed worker did

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4:40 am

Texas Jury Refuses To Indict Man Who Shot and Killed Officer During ‘No Knock’ Raid

“Police now routinely ask and receive warrants that waive the constitutional requirement to “knock and announcement.” Not only is this requirement codified in the U.S. Code, but it is viewed as a factor in determining if a search or seizure is reasonable under the fourth amendment.”

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3:59 pm

Lowe’s Employees Decided To Fix This Veteran’s Wheelchair After The VA Wouldn’t

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4:13 pm

Grandfather, 69, whose high school class ring was stolen at his wedding in New York 40 years ago is reunited with memento after it is found in GREECE

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12:54 pm

Pasadena Police Detective William Broghamer recorded saying, “pin it on anybody, that’s how we roll,” investigated for misconduct.

“Sanchez said Broghamer was transferred out of homicide shortly after a series of complaints were filed regarding his conduct in late 2012. On June 30, Broghamer was assigned to patrol and community service, Sanchez said.”

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3:34 am

A Musical Instrument That Generates Power When You Play It

“Kheterpal has invented the Spark–a device that sounds like a maraca but is as useful as a solar cell. It’s an instrument with three chambers. The two on the outside are filled with beads. The one in the middle has a magnet that moves up and down a coil of copper wire, charging up a battery. Twelve minutes of play is enough to power an LED light for an hour.”

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4:55 pm

Vermont Farmers Markets to Allow Raw Milk Delivery

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3:27 am

“Expecting the “unexpected” takes one [in their faith] far above the things
that are “seen” [or, in other words, the things that “could” be possible – which
things, without doubt, would severely limit God] to a “fixation” on the things that
“are not seen” – a place wherein “the sky is the limit”, and where the “seemingly”
impossible becomes possible.”

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7:10 am

Around the world and back again! Oklahoma man’s phone goes missing and is returned nine months later after it is found in Japan

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7:35 am

Toddler disfigured by grenade that SWAT team threw in his crib smiles as he leaves hospital a month after suffering horrific injuries

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3:13 am

Google Rebuffed by U.S. High Court on Privacy Lawsuit

“The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Google Inc. (GOOG), leaving the company to face lawsuits accusing it of violating a federal wiretapping law by secretly collecting personal data while developing its Street View maps.”

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1:08 pm

Eminem’s daughter Hailie Mathers graduates school with highest honours, as she pays tribute to ‘influential’ parents

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12:53 pm

Supreme Court bans warrantless cell phone searches, updates privacy laws

“The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police cannot go snooping through people’s cell phones without a warrant, in a unanimous decision that amounts to a major statement in favor of privacy rights.”

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4:23 pm

The father who went to the ends of the earth to cure his autistic son: The strange and magical story of how a boy’s demons were tamed by shamans from the Kalahari to the Aboriginal rainforest

“The point is, if almost every group of people that predates industrial society has a way of integrating neurologically different individuals into the core of their culture, then why haven’t we?”

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9:57 pm

Cuba, Ecuador and Bolivia urge world to protect Venezuela against US imperialism

“The leaders of Bolivia, Cuba and Ecuador have urged the international community to defend Venezuela against imperialism “seeking to destroy Hugo Chavez’s Bolivarian revolution,” according to the ABI news agency. “They think it’s time to destroy the Bolivarian revolution and depose the president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, and they use unconventional warfare to achieve this goal,” said Cuban leader Raul Castro, speaking at a meeting of social organizations ahead of the G77 + China summit.”


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1:19 pm

Albuquerque ordered to pay $6m over man’s wrongful killing by police

“In her detailed findings of fact, district court judge Shannon Bacon said officers were not acting in self-defense when they punched and shot Christopher Torres, 27, in his backyard in 2011.”

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10:12 am

Six Officers Charged In Police Pursuit That Ended With 137 Shots Being Fired At Suspects In A Little Over 20 Seconds

“Late last year, we discussed an investigation of several Cleveland police officers after a high-speed pursuit involving over 60 squad cars and 100 officers culminated in officers unloading 137 bullets in the direction of the stopped vehicle — 47 of which found homes in the two suspects, who were both killed. One officer — Michael Brelo — fired 49 rounds in a little over 20 seconds.”

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12:34 pm


“A federal judge in California dismissed a case resulting from a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ investigation this month stating that the government “created the fictitious crime from whole cloth.”

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5:13 am

Mr. G and Jellybean: A Burro And Goat Love Story

“It’s the story of an unbreakable bond between two unlikely best friends whose equally unlikely reunion has gone viral.”

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10:08 am


This thing literally produces drinkable water out of thin air! Within less than four months the single billboard  had produced 9450 liters (about 2500 gallons) of water.”

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4:25 pm

U.S. judge halts force-feeding of Guantanamo prisoner

Well, at least this is a start…

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9:40 pm

“There is some good news for the rapper who cut off his penis.”

“…contrary to the web site’s initial report, doctors were able to reattach his penis after he cut it off with a knife and jumped out of a window.”

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1:52 pm

Minnesota Now Requires A Criminal Conviction Before People Can Lose Their Property To Forfeiture

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7:57 am

A New Jersey family whose terrier-pit bull mix escaped from their backyard during Superstorm Sandy went to an animal shelter this week to adopt a new pet and came home with their old dog.”

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7:41 am

“The same technology companies that the US intelligence community has relied upon to disclose email records are now refusing to keep surveillance requests secret and informing customers when they are the subject of such requests.”

Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, and Google have updated their policies to routinely notify customers when law enforcement has requested information about them.”

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8:18 am

A Farm Grows in Brooklyn—on the Roof

U.S. cities lead a rooftop-farming movement that’s spreading around the globe.

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5:08 am




10:13 am

“Historic Breaking News from The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) – Massive Deaths of Aboriginal Children in Canada is officially admitted, as Genocide Verdict and Kevin Annett’s work are finally vindicated”

“Apparently even the Mafia isn’t using the Vatican Bank to launder their drug money anymore since “even the blind can see that the Church is on its knees, and not in prayer”, to quote an Italian Senator. And apparently, two more prominent Cardinals connected to the Bank are about to throw in the towel.”

“It’s the bad guys who like to pretend they’re in charge who have to watch their collective ass nowadays, not me, because, like the Mountie said, they know what they’ve done.”

“We are free to remake the world and ourselves now, but only if we stop seeing and believing the illusions spun in our head by fictitious entities, starting with the so-called courts and governments and churches that can seem so real.”

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9:08 am

Wis. First to Require Independent Investigation of Police-involved Deaths

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8:19 am

It’s SPRING and pretty soon I’ll be able to get a tan:

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7:37 am

“It is incomprehensible at this stage to think of what one is to achieve once the full power is brought down into the physical.”

“Anything and everything is possible. And considering the fact that the final stage is Judgement and Clearing of the Planet, you can have some idea of the power that will emanate.”

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5:48 am

Louisville Kentucky to pay whistleblower cop $450,000

“He said in his suit that he had his supervisor’s permission when he notified the Kentucky Innocence Project that Richard Jarrell Jr. had confessed to a murder for which Susan Jean King was serving 10 years in prison. The suit also said he got approval to pass on a copy of Jarrrell’s confession.”

“But Morgan alleged that after Kentucky State Police, who had investigated the 1998 murder, complained that Morgan was assisting the Innocence Project, a Louisville police commander “cursed” him and he was ordered to stop cooperating.”

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10:25 am

Missouri Senate Panel Approves Nullification of Federal Gun Laws

In practice, this means states can create impediments to enforcing and implementing “most federal programs.” On federal gun control measures, Judge Andrew Napolitano suggested that a single state standing down on enforcement would make federal gun laws “nearly impossible to enforce” within that state.”

“Court precedent from 1842 to 2012 holds the feds simply cannot require state to help them carry out their acts. In short, the state can simply stand down, leaving enforcement to a seriously undermanned federal government.”

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10:05 am

“Thursday, April 10, 2014 was a National Day of Action against Fusion Centers.”

“Diverse, multiracial grassroots coalitions from around the country held rallies, press conferences, and creative actions to challenges civil liberties by fusion centers, which coordinate the surveillance activities of local police alongside federal agencies like the NSA and FBI.”

Shahid Buttar, executive director of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee, said:

Congress’ failure to restrain dragnet domestic spying is shameful, the courts have sat on their hands for a decade, and the president has finally announced long-overdue but still meager, under inclusive, and potentially counterproductive remedies that could make the constitutional crisis even worse. The fusion center network, in particular, is especially wasteful, fraudulent, and demonstrably ineffective from a national security or public safety standpoint while still offending constitutional rights.

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4:11 am

If you’re unemployed and looking to survive, or just someone who wants to build strong community networks, Timebanks are an avenue worth pursuing.

Think of Timebanking as incentivized voluntary community service. describes timebanking as follows:

TimeBanking is a way of giving and receiving to build supportive networks and strong communities. One hour helping another earns one TimeBank Hour (also called time credits, service credits or time dollars.) TimeBanking builds on the magic of “pay it forward,” one good turn leading to another and another.

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11:34 am

“One Florida town has been hit by corruption and it is so bad, the entire police force has been fired. The most corrupt city in the state has been exposed for its unlawful ways during a recent audit. All cops and elected officials in office have been let go or will be soon as this is just one of the stipulations that had to be followed to spare the city of Hampton, as its corruption runs deep.”

“What you’ve seen here in the past month is the rebirth of your town,” Van Zant told the residents as Friday’s meeting came to a close, as stated on, “I want to encourage everybody who has never served on the City Council to run for office. … We want some new blood. We want to see a new genesis in Hampton. Make this thing work for you.” Once the city progresses a little more, the lawmakers are expected to pay a visit in the future.”

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2:43 am

“Since 2011, Syria has been the target of an attempted foreign-backed regime change. Riding on the momentum of the US-engineered “Arab Spring,” protesters took to the streets across Syria, serving as cover for armed militants the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia – on record – had been preparing since at least as early as 2007.”

“The West’s blitzkrieg across North Africa and the Middle East took many nations by surprise. Their inability to respond effectively to orchestrated “color revolution” have resulted in 3 years of regional destabilization, regime change, and even war.”

“In Syria however, the government and the people held on, and then, began fighting back.”

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1:37 pm

“It’s General Keith Alexander’s last day as Director of the U.S. National Security Agency.” !!!!!!!!

“After eight years at the helm of the U.S. intelligence service, the 61-year-old is retiring. Since June last year he has been tasked with dodging accusations and providing explanations for the NSA’s secret surveillance program. The agency’s practices became public when government contractor Edward Snowden leaked thousands of classified documents about the program to the media. RT’s Ameera David looks at how the leaks became the precursor to the end of General Alexander’s career.”

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12:43 pm

House Intelligence Chairman Rogers Won’t Seek Re-Election!

“Earlier in his career on Capitol Hill, Rogers was instrumental in developing the anti-terrorism Patriot Act passed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Before his election to Congress, Rogers served in the U.S. Army and spent six years as an agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.”

He’s gonna have a TALK SHOW!  I can’t wait!  (I hope it’s the call-in kind.)

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5:28 pm  tells you when to go to the bathroom during a movie

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7:57 pm

Missouri House Bans Warrantless Drone Spying

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2:26 pm

….”For all who are being led by the Spirit of God, these are sons/daughters
of God. For you have not received a spirit of slavery leading to fear again, but you
have received a spirit of adoption as sons/daughters by which we cry out, ‘Abba!
Father!’ The Spirit Himself testifies with our spirit that we are children of God,
and if children, heirs also, heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ, if indeed we
suffer with [Him] so that we may also be glorified with [Him.]”…. Romans 8:14-



5:58 pm

Activism at Work: Victim of “Zero Tolerance” Idiocy Sees Punishment Dramatically Reduced Due to Public Outcry – 

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4:08 am

“Lift him up!  Lift him up!

Lift the name of Jesus higher!

Lift him up, raise his banner to the sky!

He said, “If I be lifted up I will draw all men unto me.”

Lift him up, all ye people lift him up.”



5:11 pm

“…in a virtually unprecedented public admission by a GM chief executive, Mary Barra acknowledged the company fell short in catching faulty ignition switches linked to 12 deaths.”

“Something went wrong with our process in this instance, and terrible things happened,” she told employees in a video message posted online. Barra said the company is changing how  it handles defect investigations and recalls.”

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2:10 pm

” City police officers would face a fine and jail time if they to stop people from legally photographing or filming them under an ordinance created by the City Council’s Public Safety Committee.”

“No longer will we have citizens brutally attacked for photographing or witnessing police activity, such as happened with Mr. Foley and allegedly, Mr. Houle,” Doherty said in a statement at the committee meeting Wednesday.

“The administration and police leadership are now on notice that any citizen is authorized and encouraged to witness, photograph and attest to police conduct at any time they choose  without interference,” Doherty said.

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Utah house takes first step against the surveillance state. Passes bill  71-2

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Texas Voters Take A Stand: 9 out of 10 Want  Obamacare  Repealed

6:02 am


According to Tenth Amendment Center executive director Michael Boldin, “While Georgia can’t fully stop Obamacare on its own, it can serve as a pretty major roadblock to implementation,” he said. “And as more states get on board with this strategy, it will pull the rug  out from under it. Bills like this will end Obamacare from the bottom up.”

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9:36 am


9:56 am

Dashcam video clears NJ man; cops now indicted

“It was quite a turnabout, all the criminal charges against Marcus Jeter have been dismissed, and two Bloomfield police officers have been indicted for falsifying reports, and one of them, for assault.”

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8:19 pm

“Men indefinitely detained within the walls of the Guantanamo Bay prison will now be able to legally challenge the practice of force-feeding, considered by international human rights organizations to be a form of torture, following a mixed ruling in a federal appeals court Tuesday.”

“According to lawyers for the inmates, at least 34 inmates are still on hunger strike, and half of those continue to be force-fed.”

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10:15 am




8:54 pm

“Mr Apocalypse is going to Rock the Casbah. Mr Apocalypse is going to Put it to the Ritz. Mr. Apocalypse demands that you drop your cocks and grab your socks. Mr. Apocalypse is going to be handing out the cosmic Seconal for those destined to sleep with the fishes. Mr. Apocalypse is going to be Death Dancing with the Stars. Mr. Apocalypse is going to be materializing in top hat and tails, twirling his walking cane. Mr. Apocalypse is going to go to town while London Banks are burning down. Mr. Apocalypse is going to make a lasting investment in Off the Wall Street. Mr. Apocalypse is going to put some Vitamin D in your serenity, while he twelve steps the worthy through the gates of their particular heavens. Mr. Apocalypse is the conductor of that train that is coming, where you don’t need no ticket and you just thank The Lord. Mr. Apocalypse is gonna bob and weave and “move like a butterfly and sting like a bee.” However, for some, Mr. Apocalypse is going to make it difficult to pee. Mr Apocalypse is going to ride in on a unicorn and ride out on a dragon’s tail and catch starlight in a bottomless pail. Mr. Apocalypse is going to kick ass and take names, he’s going to unravel plots and put an end to games.”

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3:28 am

Chayla says reading what I write about her is the most narcissistic thing she’s ever done.  I laughed because writing about myself sure didn’t start out that way. My hand would shake as I dropped an installment of my multi-volume-affidavit  into a  US government mailbox.  God told me to record my life and to give it away.  Now I’m glad I did.  His preparation of my current opportunity has been so perfect I might could indulge a breath of narcissism.  I won’t though.  I will just marvel at the perfection of my evidence and rest easy that at some point my story will be revealed and then I can be just as narcissistic as I ever wanted.  Maybe I should be grateful instead.



3:35 pm

“The former NSA contractor told his interviewer that his “breaking point” in terms of deciding to make the NSA documents public came in March of last year, “seeing the Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, directly lie under oath to Congress” when he denied the existence of any programs gathering intelligence on millions of Americans.”

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9:16 am

Went Fishing, Caught 4 Deer

“Awesome! Our Lord works in mysterious ways…”
“Kindness is the language the blind can see and the deaf can hear.” – Mark Twain
(I saved a fawn once and the DNR threatened to fine me ten thousand dollars.)


6:17 am

Digital pioneers have misgivings about NSA’s reach; ‘I wake up at night in a cold sweat’

“Former federal prosecutor Eric Friedberg conducted the first court-approved email wiretap nearly 20 years ago while investigating an international conspiracy to sell fraudulent cellphones.”

“It was entirely novel. Even email was new,” he says. “CompuServe, the provider, had no way to comply. They had to build a new port.”

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8:17 am

                         Losing faith in humanity, one person at a time.  Except for my boys.  The elder knows masculine service is required by his deprived brother.  They went to a twinkie conference.  (Isaac doesn’t like when I say that but Chayla loves it and she’s twinkier than most.)  He took Josh to meet his friends.  Josh rode a zip-line, convinced a cabin of sleeping conferors to plunge into a frigid lake at 6 am and GAVE A SPEECH!  He also hallucinated after ingesting two berries that were:  “Adaptogens”.  (I’ve never heard of adaptogens but I haven’t studied scheduled substances since law school.  Can berries actually be scheduled?)  He saw a vision.  He wore a fedora.  He met a soul-mate who lives in Toronto.
                          My boys are my hope personally, and professionally.  Despite decades of preaching, I’ve never had a convert. Isaac cannot be converted and Josh knows every detail of inquisition brutality.  My pursuit of truth has been different than theirs, but we’ll end up at the same place.  Truth is like that.
8:13 am
                         Isaac spent the night, so I’ll do waffles and bacon.  I want him to come back tonight and he said he would if I made roasted vegetables, so I’m doing that with pork and venison.  Wild blueberry pie.  They want evidence and asked why Chayla didn’t want to talk about electronic torture.  I reminded them how she nuked a cd in the microwave the first day she was here and was very careful to tell them how it messes with electronic bugging devices.  She’d love to talk, so I’m hoping she’ll come for dinner.  This will be my boys’ lesson 1.  Chayla and I are going to  produce notebooks of evidence for everything we say.  We’ll need them when we’re on the road.  I’ll organize Lesson 2 when the Spirit moves.  At least they’re asking questions now.



5:44 am

“Belief” is a tool you are quickly outgrowing and will be putting away soon.  Such abstracts are merely schisms in the subconscious, there to entertain you.  You cannot see what you don’t believe in and what you believe in you can manifest.  This is the power you command and so it is dearly important to concentrate on what means the most to you…”

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7:59 am

Electronic torture  is finally being recognized in court…a guy got a protection order!

 “privacy-invasive remote interrogation and behavioral influence applications.”

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Those who sow in tears shall reap with joyful shouting. He who goes to and fro weeping,
carrying [his] bag of seed, shall indeed come again with a shout of joy, bringing
his sheaves [with him.]”…. Psalms 126:6


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