Saturday, August 10, 2013

Barack Obama is risking interrogation by police in Sweden


Swedish MD Files Police Complaint Against Barack Obama

For war crimes and crimes against humanity.

STOCKHOLM (Rixstep) — Chief physician Gunnar Olofsson at Southern Älvsborg’s hospital in Borås Sweden has in Stockholm filed a police complaint against US president Barack Obama for war crimes and crimes against humanity, citing actions in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Guantánamo, as well as the NSA use of PRISM and other invasive technologies. The complaint was filed 8 August 2013.

This could be a repeat of what happened to George W Bush who had to abort his book promotion tour before entering Switzerland where incarceration awaited him.

‘Firstly, it’s illegal to conduct war and occupation of foreign countries as he’s done in Afghanistan and Iraq’, says Olofsson. ‘It’s forbidden to lock people up without trial as he’s done in Guantánamo and other prisons in the world. And then it’s not at all uninteresting that it’s illegal to monitor and spy on Swedish citizens and citizens of the European Union. These are very serious crimes.’

Gunnar Olofsson filed the complaint yesterday with the police in Stockholm. He now hopes that the Swedish police will dare summon the US president for questioning, in accordance with international jurisprudence.

Gunnar Olofsson says that Barack Obama should be treated the same as anyone who comes to Sweden and is subject to a police complaint.

‘I’m counting on the fact that I as a Swedish citizen am able to influence the political agenda of my country and that my voice will be heard when I report a crime.’

Gunnar Olofsson believes that if the police want, they can pull in the US president for interrogation when he visits Sweden in September.

‘The problem is that they’d most likely not want to. But I really hope this police complaint will be taken seriously.’

Although it might not be possible to convict and incarcerate a head of state, Obama will lose that protection in 2017 and will thereafter be subject to the same judicial process as his predecessor who in Switzerland risked a war crimes conviction.

source: live leaks

A Guide to Congressional Townhall Meetings in August Previous



With Congress in recess for the month of August, are you wondering if your representative is holding a Townhall? Matt Kibbe of has provided the tools for you to find out. His website,, has a guide for sourcing the phone numbers of your Congressional representatives to ask if he or she is holding a Townhall meeting.

If the answer is yes, Freedomworks asks that you add it to the calendar on their website. If your representative is not planning on a Townhall, demand a Townhall by contacting FreedomWorks on their site “to see how you can get involved to host a Townhall—with or without—their participation.”

As Kibbe says, “It’s our right to be heard by the people we elected to represent us, and we need to know if our legislators are doing everything they can to defund ObamaCare (among other issues.) If no Townhall is scheduled, Kibbe asks, “Why are you silencing the voices of the people who pay your salary? Why are you siding with Washington over the rest of America by refusing to engage your constituents?”

Visit to find out more.

Hat tip: Viral Read

Congratulations Barack Hussein Obama: U.S. withdrawal led to Al Qaida’s ‘remarkable resurgence’ in Iraq, says Report


WASHINGTONAl Qaida has made a significant comeback in Iraq, a report said.

The Washington Institute for Near East Policy asserted that Al Qaida in Iraq, exploiting sectarian tension, has restored operations throughout the country.

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Two Secure Email Services Close Due to US Government Spying

By Marty Duren , CP Op-Ed Contributor

Callas goes on to warn about email
as a secure communication method:
Writes Ladar Levinson owner and founder of Lavabit on the Lavabit blog:

"My Fellow Users, I have been forced to make a difficult decision: to become complicit in crimes against the American people or walk away from nearly ten years of hard work by shutting down Lavabit. After significant soul searching, I have decided to suspend operations. I wish that I could legally share with you the events that led to my decision. I cannot. I feel you deserve to know what's going on–the first amendment is supposed to guarantee me the freedom to speak out in situations like this. Unfortunately, Congress has passed laws that say otherwise. As things currently stand, I cannot share my experiences over the last six weeks, even though I have twice made the appropriate requests."

Lavabit was reportedly the email service of choice for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Then there is this post from Jon Callas of Silent Circle, the "Global Encrypted Communications Service":

"Today, another secure email provider, Lavabit, shut down their system lest they 'be complicit in crimes against the American people.' We see the writing the wall, and we have decided that it is best for us to shut down Silent Mail now. We have not received subpoenas, warrants, security letters, or anything else by any government, and this is why we are acting now."

"Email that uses standard Internet protocols cannot have the same security guarantees that real-time communications has. There are far too many leaks of information and metadata intrinsically in the email protocols themselves. Email as we know it with SMTP, POP3, and IMAP cannot be secure."

Not only does the U.S. government actively collect data from the private communications of its citizens (aka, "spying"), we make it easy when we use email.

U.S. citizens have little by way of opportunity to access fully secure, end-to-end encrypted email that is not subject to U.S. national security laws. This article at NetworkWorld, now two years old, demonstrates the difficulty of finding such a service and, in fact, predicted the situation Lavabit now endures. That the U.S. government seems to be exploiting the pro-privacy Tor browser is an indication of how far it will go to eliminate private communications altogether.

In short, never, ever, ever, ever, ever send by email anything you do not want read by prying eyes.


'Obama-approved Morsi supporters' kill 10-year-old girl leaving Sunday School


Church Pastor's Niece, 10, Gunned Down Leaving Sunday School Class, Dozens Injured as Attacks Against Egypt's Christians Continue

An horrific attack has taken place against Egypt's Christian Coptic community, after several unidentified individuals indiscriminately opened fire in front of the Evangelical church in Ain Shams, a suburb of Cairo, killing Jessi Paulis Issa, 10, and injuring dozens of Copts.

According to reports, Issa was the niece of the church's pastor. After the killing, Issa's young body was transferred to the Cairo forensics team as the Copt community were left to mourn the latest horrendous attack against them.

"Bearded men belonging to Morsi's supporters opened fire on the citizens as they were exiting from the church," one witness described. "They fled the scene in a pick-up truck."

Pastor Nasrallah Zakaria told Mideast Christian News that the funeral prayers for his niece, Jessi Paulis, would be held this week in the church, after her autopsy is performed. He has described that his niece, Jessi, was leaving her Sunday school class at the church when she was gunned down.

The pastor said he does not know why Copts are being targeted throughout Egypt and called on the government to urgently help to bring a halt to the violence against Christians and the daily threats against them.

He added that the Copts are being used as a winning card to achieve political gains.

Source: Christian Post
H/T: Michael Savage

Government Media Complex Enjoys a Scam of it's Own: Taxpayers Are Forced to Subsidize Ohio’s “Legitimate” Press


Self-selecting liberal press corps gets special perks

Ohio’s Statehouse press corps, technically known as the Ohio Legislative Correspondents Association (OLCA), receives privileges denied to the citizens forced to foot the bill. The State charges OLCA no rent for the press room at the Ohio Statehouse, and OLCA decides who can access the House and Senate floors.

As OLCA explains on its website, the quasi-governmental body “functions independently to ensure only legitimate reporters are granted floor privileges in the House of Representatives and Senate.”

Not only do “legitimate” reporters have special access in the Ohio Statehouse, they are served by a Senate press clerk paid $42,037 in taxpayer money each year.

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Teacher Makes $4 Million Dollars a Year


How the free market works for education

In this past weekend’s Wall Street Journal, journalist and author Amanda Ripley, profiled a teacher in South Korea who makes $4 million a year. Yes … $4 million. His name is Kim Ki-Hoon and he teaches in one of South Korea’s private, after-school tutoring academies called “hagwons” where his lectures are videotaped then available for purchase on the internet. Mr. Ki-Hoon is paid according to his demand (which, evidently, is pretty high) in what Ms. Ripley calls “a free market for teaching talent.”

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FL Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz to hold seminars with IRS officials over town-hall meetings


Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s office says she’s not holding town hall meetings over August recess, but she will be hosting a public seminar.

Why no town hall meetings?

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Obama's Proposals for NSA Reform Are Mostly for Show


Barack Obama held one of his first press conference since the whole NSA spying thing blew up. As in the past, he says he welcomes debate, though he hasn't really taken any steps towards it, and believes more transparency is needed. But he still thinks Edward Snowden is not a patriot.

 Obama argued that those fighting for greater transparency were patriots, but Snowden wasn't one of them.

What's more, the president is sure that this entire discussion about the NSA abuses would have happened without Snowden, this despite the five years during which his administration did everything in its power to block any discussion.

Now, Obama is proposing several measures that he believes will help with transparency. For one, he wants a reform of the Patriot Act, specifically the section that enables the broad NSA spying.

Whether this reform will in any way change NSA's actions remains to be seen, Obama was vague on the details. So far though, the spy agency has used interpretations of all the laws governing it that go far beyond what the Congress intended.

Along with the reform, Obama is also proposing that, in some cases, NSA requests before the secret FISA court be argued against by a public advocate.

Now, there is no one opposing the NSA's requests, judges either approve or deny them based on the NSA's arguments. To date, only 0.03 percent of requests have been denied.

If done right, this could make it harder for the NSA to get the broad warrants it gets now, though it all depends on the implementation.

A third measure proposed by Obama is a website which would list what the NSA can and can't collect from Americans and foreigners alike.

Considering the many times the NSA and the administration have lied about spy programs, including Obama just a couple of days ago, when he said no Americans are being spied upon, there's little reason to believe that this website will be anything more than a joke.

Finally, Obama is proposing the creation of an independent agency which would review the US intelligence apparatus and report on it. All of this seems too little too late and that's assuming that any of it actually gets implemented, but it's probably the best we can hope for from the US government at this point.

source: softpedia

Friday, August 9, 2013

War on American Exceptionalism Update: Presidential Medals Become Participation Trophies


Bill Clinton to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

Bill Clinton, one of only two presidents in history to be impeached, will be among 16 honorees to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Obama, the White House announced Thursday.

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Great Ideas in Governing: Russia detains immigrants in 'concentration camps'


Hundreds held in makeshift facility in Moscow as part of a widespread crackdown on illegal immigration

Russian authorities have detained hundreds of migrant workers in a makeshift camp in Moscow as part of a widespread crackdown on illegal immigration.

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Family claims DeKalb County deputies used excessive force (Video)


DEKALB COUNTY, GA (CBS ATLANTA) - A woman said her family got an aggressive wake up call from the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department.

The family told CBS Atlanta News they were startled at 1:30 a.m. when deputies beat on their front door.

Fearing for their safety, the family said they took their time to open the door. Once inside an officer used excessive force and aggressive language, according to one family member.

After the incident, the family posted the video on YouTube.

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Giving Back: Gun advocates praise Starbucks for open carry policy with appreciation day, including in Newtown


Gun rights advocates across the country plan to openly carry firearms at Starbucks coffee shops on Friday in appreciation of the company's policy that allows gun owners to do so in states that it is legal.

Some gun owners in Connecticut said Thursday they plan on open carrying their firearms at a Newtown store on Friday.

On the Facebook group, "Starbucks appreciation day,"....

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NH Mom Banned from Praying on School Grounds


A New Hampshire mother has been banned from praying at her kids' high school.

Lizarda Urena has two children enrolled at Concord High School in Concord, N.H.

She started praying on school grounds in 2011 after two bullets were found in a restroom at the school. Urena said she prayed aloud as students entered the school every morning.

She was recently told by school officials that the prayers were not welcome after someone filed a complaint with the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

"They told me, no, no more," the mother of two said, with tears in her eyes. "I stand up, lift my hands to praise the Lord with my Bible holding and sometimes kneeling."

Urena said said she will continue to pray for the school, just no longer on school grounds.

source: CBN

Democrat Scam #29,341,672 Update: Obama pal Whitaker says he's cooperating with authorities in grant scam case


SPRINGFIELD --— Dr. Eric Whitaker, a close friend of President Barack Obama, acknowledged Thursday that he is cooperating with federal authorities working on a $433,000 kickback scheme at the state public health agency he once led, but he said he was not involved in the alleged crimes.

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IRS agent: Tax agency is still targeting Tea Party groups


In a remarkable admission that is likely to rock the Internal Revenue Service again, testimony released Thursday by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp reveals that an agent involved in reviewing tax exempt applications from conservative groups told a committee investigator that the agency is still targeting Tea Party groups, three months after the IRS scandal erupted..

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HUNDREDS OF UNHINGED LEFTISTS Try to Disrupt Conservative ALEC Conference in Chicago (Video)

The Gateway Pundit

Jesse Jackson and Obama mentor Father Pfleger led far left thugs in a rally outside the annual ALEC conference today in Chicago.

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40 Years Of 'The Unbearable Heaviness Of Being' An American Taxpayer

zero hedge

When federal spending grows faster than American's paychecks, the burden of government on taxpayers becomes greater. Over the past four decades, Americans' earnings have risen only 24%; while spending by the government has risen 288%, which begs the question - where did it all go?

Chicago Violence Update: Did Postal Service go ‘too far’ in halting mail delivery after attack on carrier?


Joe Wilson 
Snow, rain, heat and the gloom of night can’t stop mail carriers from completing their routes — but Chicago crime can.

A beating of a postal carrier last week brought mail delivery to a halt in the 3200 block of West North Avenue in the Logan Square neighborhood.

The unusual mail stoppage, which is angering business owners on the block, is also affecting the Chicago office of Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) at 3210 W. North, a spokesman confirmed.

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Texas Bank Robbers Become Victims When They Kidnap The Wrong Couple One Dead Other Critical.


Two bank robbery suspects were shot in Colorado County Thursday night by a man who said they kidnapped him and his wife, a bank employee. According to the Colorado County Sheriff's Office, the couple had been held at gunpoint by the suspects inside their home just north of Columbus. They were then forced to drive to the First National Bank of Eagle Lake in Columbus. The suspects then forced the woman to take out an undisclosed amount of funds, investigators said.
"We believe they had knowledge that she was an employee of the bank for them to be at the residence and to take her back," Sgt. Andrew Weido with the Columbus County Sheriff's Office said. He said the suspects then forced the husband to drive them in his truck south down Highway 71, and that's when the husband of the bank employee was able to gain access to a firearm inside the vehicle. He fired at the suspects near County Road 101. Authorities then responded to a 911 call from the scene at 7:30 p.m. with the Columbus Police Department arriving first. When they arrived, officers found the two suspects with gunshot wounds lying on the ground near a pickup that was parked in a ditch.
One of the wounded, 20-year-old Jordan Kutach, was airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital in critical condition. The other, 21-year-old Preston Kutach, was taken by EMS to the Columbus Community Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Both suspects lived in the community of Rock Island and neighbors said they were brothers. The bank's president, Sam Kana, tells KHOU 11 News he is thankful and blessed that the couple was not hurt.
Those who know them said the husband is a reserve officer with the sheriff's department and that the community has their back. "I'm sure that they're both going to be upset for awhile," resident Brenda Buehler said. "It's a frightening thing to have happen, but I think everybody's going to tell them good job." "It's very positive to a community to hear that the good guy does win in the end," resident Evan Mullins said. "It could have turned out so much worse," store owner Debbie Damon said. Investigators said the couple did not know their attackers, and it is unclear how they became targets. They are not releasing their names, or surveillance video, which they said captures some of the crime still in progress.

source: youtube

This should ease parents' minds about the liberal agenda in public schools


'Woody' running for Lancaster mayor

John "Woody" Chandler
The November ballot gives Lancaster city voters a choice between two well-known mayoral candidates.

Mayor Rick Gray, a Democrat, is seeking a third term in City Hall. Charlie Smithgall, a Republican, is seeking a return to the mayor's office he occupied from 1998-2006.

But what about voters not enamored by either man or the major parties?

John "Woody" Chandler is there for you.

Chandler, a J.P. McCaskey High School English teacher, is waging a "punk-rock, do-it-yourself" write-in campaign for mayor.

His name will not appear on the ballot. The deadline for third-party candidates to be included was last week.

Pete Ruggieri, who had earlier announced plans to run for mayor, also allowed the deadline to pass without filing to be included. Ruggieri is not campaigning as a write-in candidate, he said.

Chandler, however, is asking friends, neighbors and strangers to write-in his name.

His low-tech campaign involves a bed-sheet sign hung from the front porch of his North Queen Street home and a Facebook page.

He said it's working.

"People have been coming up to me randomly and telling me that either they are planning to vote for me or they are spreading the word about the campaign," said Chandler, 48.

Chandler, a U.S. Navy veteran of the Persian Gulf War, believes he will appeal to city residents who feel left out of the political process or left behind by changes the city has undergone.

If elected, Chandler proposes raising city revenue through unconventional means. He would legalize and tax marijuana sales and establish a city brothel.

He acknowledges those ideas may seem far-fetched — and are illegal under state and federal law — but he believes they may appeal to some voters.

"Not necessarily better just different," he said of a Chandler administration.

Chandler is a 1983 McCaskey graduate. He returned to Lancaster permanently in 2003 after 15 years in the Navy and completing bachelors and masters degrees at the University of Pittsburgh.

He remained a Democrat in order to vote in May primary. Then, he learned the deadline had passed for him to switch parties and run as an independent in November, he said.

n Ruggieri maintains an active website and Facebook page for his mayoral campaign, although he announced in January that he was suspending his bid.

"When I felt there was going to be a brand new candidate on both the Democratic and Republican tickets, I felt I had a strong chance to win as a third-party candidate," Ruggieri wrote in an e-mailed statement.

"However, with a fairly popular mayor seeking a third term I felt that my chances of winning were diminished, and I didn't want to solicit donations if I felt I wasn't going to win.

"Hopefully, in 2017, both Mayors Gray and Smithgall will be interested in civilian life and myself, a new Democrat and a new Republican can start on even footing," he said.


Common Core Exams: New York Schools Get an F


The so-called common core standards will not survive. That’s because public school students can’t pass the tests.

New York State got the test results. Across the state, 69% could not pass in English, and the same was true for math. It was worse in New York City.

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During The Best Period Of Economic Growth In U.S. History There Was No Income Tax And No Federal Reserve


How would America ever survive without the central planners in the Obama administration and at the Federal Reserve? What in the world would we do if there was no income tax and no IRS? Could the U.S. economy possibly keep from collapsing under such circumstances? The mainstream media would have us believe that unless we have someone “to pull the levers” our economy would descend into utter chaos, but the truth is that the best period of economic growth in U.S. history occurred during a time when there was no income tax and no Federal Reserve.

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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Ray Steven: Obama Budget Plan


Well since Washington won't listen to us, we should all follow Ray's plan and go out in style!

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30 Cincinnati cops committed voter fraud, won't be charged


Early voting at the Hamilton County Board of Elections in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Oct. 2, 2012. Some police officers listed their stations rather than home addresses on their registrations.
Thirty Cincinnati-area law enforcement officers committed felonies by using stations instead of home addresses on voter registrations, but get warning letters.

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Dead people donate $586,000 to campaigns since 2009 Quiz: What Party Benefited the Most?


Dead donors have given nearly $600,000 to political candidates and parties since 2009, according to Federal Election Commission records.

WASHINGTON — Democracy isn't dead, but a surprising number of political donors are.

Dead people have donated nearly $600,000 to political campaigns and parties since 2009, according to a USA Today analysis of Federal Election Commission records.

The donations aren't necessarily fraudulent. People are allowed to leave money to candidates and political groups in much the same way they can leave money to charities, but there are legal limits, including many of the same rules that apply to living donors.

The Democratic National Committee was the biggest recipient of the donations identified by USA Today, ringing up $250,000 from beyond the grave.

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Al Qaeda Flag Flies High Above Christian Churches


Days ago, al-Qaeda’s Egyptian leader, Ayman Zawahiri, portrayed the overthrow of Muhammad Morsi and the Brotherhood as a “Crusader” campaign led by Coptic Pope Tawadros II who, according to Zawahiri and other terrorists, is trying to create a Coptic state in Egypt.

Since then, not only are Egypt’s Christians and churches now being attacked in ways unprecedented in the modern era, but new reports indicate that al-Qaeda’s black flag has been raised on some of them, specifically St. George Church in Sohag.

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Wife Of Ft. Hood Survivor: “DOD Is Gagging Us” *UPDATED


Autumn Manning, wife of Army Staff Sgt. Shawn Manning who was wounded in the Ft. Hood terror attack, is speaking out on Twitter. Manning claims that the Department of Defense has “slapped victims of violence with gag orders” and is preventing them to discuss denial of benefits and other developments in the wake of the attack.

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Exclusive: IRS manual detailed DEA's use of hidden intel evidence


(Reuters) - Details of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration program that feeds tips to federal agents and then instructs them to alter the investigative trail were published in a manual used by agents of the Internal Revenue Service for two years.

The practice of recreating the investigative trail, highly criticized by former prosecutors and defence lawyers after Reuters reported it this week, is now under review by the Justice Department. Two high-profile Republicans have also raised questions about the procedure.

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Non-Ethical Corruption Update: Only NARAL Exempted From Disclosing Donors. Says Ethics Panel


( – New York’s Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) exempted NARAL Pro-Choice New York from new rules requiring non-profit groups to disclose the names of donors who contribute more than $5,000.

But JCOPE refused to grant a similar exemption to New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms (NYCF), a pro-life group.

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REALLY BIG SHOCKER: UPDATE 1-U.S. Congress wins relief on Obamacare health plan subsidies


* Congress, staff, to keep federal health premium payments

* Ruling aimed at avoiding "brain drain" on Capitol Hill (Adds comments from Republicans, Pelosi, edits)

WASHINGTON, Aug 7 (Reuters) - Congress has won some partial relief for lawmakers and their staffs from the "Obamacare" health reforms that it passed and subjected itself to three years ago.

In a ruling issued on Wednesday, U.S. lawmakers and their staffs will continue to receive a federal contribution toward the health insurance that they must purchase through soon-to-open exchanges created by President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law.

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Same-sex spouses may get military benefits


AP Photo/Evan Vucci
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Same-sex spouses of military members could get health care, housing and other benefits by the end of August under a proposal being considered by the Pentagon. But earlier plans to provide benefits to gay partners who are not married may be reversed.

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It's Time to Cancel Martin Luther King Day


I realize that's a provocative title, but let's face it, as things stand, the third Monday of January would be better used to celebrate grandmothers or our beloved pets. By devoting a national holiday to Rev. King, we're only highlighting the abyss that exists between his hope that we begin judging one another by our character rather than by our skin color and that inconvenient thing called reality.

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Agenda 21 For Dummies. A Refresher Course For The Rest of Us


Agenda 21 explained very well. Including implications it will have on humanity. Opinions within the video come in some cases from those that were in on the negotiations. Truly an interesting watch

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Late penalty: Obama a costly talk-show fixture for taxpayers


When it comes to late-night comedy shows, President Obama is a prolific guest, but taxpayers might not be laughing along with him.

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SHOCKER: Ex-Border Patrol Agents Warn: Politicians Helping Cartels in U.S.


In an open letter to the public in late July, several retired Border Patrol agents wrote on behalf of the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers to warn that Mexican drug cartels are actively operating inside the United States spending millions every year to try to build their networks here. They argued that American politicians are protecting their activities as well.

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40 Percent Of US Workers Make Less Than What A Full-Time Minimum Wage Worker Made In 1968


Are American workers paid enough? That is a topic that is endlessly debated all across this great land of ours.

Unfortunately, what pretty much everyone can agree on is that American workers are not making as much as they used to after you account for inflation. Back in 1968, the minimum wage in the United States was $1.60 an hour.

That sounds very small, but after you account for inflation a very different picture emerges.

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31 Percent Of US Honey Bees Were Wiped Out This Year Who Will Pollinate Our Crops


If bees keep dying off at this rate, we are going to be facing a horrific agricultural crisis very rapidly in the United States.

Last winter, 31 percent of all U.S. bee colonies were wiped out.

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Jihadis Move From Facebook To Yahoo's Flickr Picture Sharing Site – Uploading Images Of Martyrs, Including Foreign Fighters Killed In Syria From U.S., U.K., France, Australia, Spain


As part of their online media strategy, jihadi groups have in recent years begun using Western websites and technologies – uploading videos to YouTube and to the Internet Archive, creating official Facebook pages, tweeting news flashes from the jihadi fronts, and most recently posting images on Instagram. Jihadis have come to depend on free web hosting, where content can be uploaded anonymously, reliably, and at no cost.

The use of social media in the current conflict in Syria highlights the global jihad movement's total dependence on the Internet and on U.S.-based social media companies. For example, Skype is now being used by one jihadi group, the Al-Haq Brigade (part of the Syrian Islamic Front) to help recruit new trainees for its Al-Ansar Battalion training camp, and a large number of jihadis who have gone to Syria use Facebook, YouTube and Twitter to communicate, plan attacks, fundraise and keep in touch with family and friends.

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The Tea Party’s RINO Hunting Season Opens With a Bang


Conservative group targets Mitch McConnell

The Madison Project considers McConnell a chicken

You may have missed the news, but Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell now has a carefully-vetted Tea Party-chosen opponent in the 2014 Republican primary, Matt Bevin.

The national conservative group Madison Project has endorsed Matt Bevin in what they have determined to be one of the most important yet winnable races of 2014.

“If there is one individual who represents the GOP establishment, it is Mitch McConnell,” said Daniel Horowitz, Policy Director for the Madison Project PAC. “The battle over Obamacare is shaping up to be the Waterloo for the GOP establishment… [McConnell] is too chicken to even sign onto Mike Lee’s letter pledging to defund Obamacare in any battle over the budget.”

Constitutional Republican voters across the country see McConnell as one of the key enabler s of the “Gang of RINOs” that repeatedly rush out to compromise with Democrats, consistently delivering comprehensive legislative monstrosities like Obamacare, the Gang-of-8 Amnesty Bill, and the deceptively named Farm Bill.

Tea Party members are concerned that McConnell, via his gangs, has actually co-sponsored bills that were supported by the Congressional Progressive Caucus, a group of 80 congressmen with ties to Communist Party USA and the Democratic Socialists of America.

Trevor Loudon in his new bookThe Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists, and Progressives in the U.S. Congress” provides factual evidence that makes it clear that the US Constitution is at risk everyday with each new progressive bill that goes unchallenged by GOP leadership.

Constitutional Republicans see that RINO’s can no longer be tolerated. They believe that it is time to see who actually votes to Defund Obamacare.

For them, it’s time to nationally support Matt Bevin and the next “gang of Ted-Cruz-and-Jim-DeMint-like Tigers” who will aggressively get out in front of issues easily articulating the constitutional principles that apply.

The Madison Project believes it will take tigers, not RINOs and Chickens, to save America. In the Kentucky Senate primary, we’ll see if the voters agree.

source: Dick Manasseri

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

How To Get A Job As An ObamaCare Health Insurance Exchange Navigator


Tens of thousands of ObamaCare navigator jobs are opening up as part of the health insurance exchanges that are being constructed around the country. It is reported that these jobs will start around $20 per hour and go all the way up to $48 per hour for the federal exchange. The states that are creating their own exchanges will be responsible for hiring and training their own navigators and assisters so details of what they may be paid are hard to find.

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Secret Service: Contact Us to 'Report a Tweet'


(That tweet from the Secret Service links to telephone numbers for every Secret Service office in the U.S. or its territories (there are 117 of them) and all 20 Secret Service offices overseas.)

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Southern Poverty Law Center: ‘Our Hate Map Doesn’t Cause Anybody to Attack’


Morris Dees, co-founder of the
Southern Poverty Law Center. (AP)
( – Co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center Morris Dees said his group’s “Hate Map” “doesn’t cause anybody to attack,” despite Floyd Lee Corkins’ admission that he targeted the Family Research Council (FRC) after going to the center’s website.

As Corkins told the FBI after his arrest, he learned of the FRC online, “It was a, uh, Southern Poverty Law, lists, anti-gay groups. I found them online. I did a little bit of research, went to the website, stuff like that.”

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Alveda King On Racism, Reproductive Genocide & Sexual Perversion


Dr. Alveda King to Pope, Clergy, World Leaders and Humanity at Large – Erase and Replace: Hate the sin, love the sinner

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THUGOCRACY: Durbin’s Staff Sending Out Intimidating Letters About ALEC And Stand Your Ground


Two different conservative organizations with whom we’ve got contacts have received letters from Sen. Dick Durbin’s office today which look an awful lot like the actions that precipitated the IRS scandal. Apparently there’s a massive fishing expedition afoot.

This came to the our buddy Kevin Kane at the Pelican Institute…

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Lois Lerner Discusses Political Pressure on the IRS.... in 2010!!!


Newly uncovered video shows Lois Lerner discussing the political pressure that swirled around the IRS in 2010. Lerner says "everyone" was "screaming at" the IRS to stop the flood of money pouring into the 2010 elections through 501(c)(4) groups as a result of Citizens United.

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Flashback: When Palin said Fannie/Freddie were too expensive to taxpayers in ’08, it was a “gaffe”


First off, I welcome President Barack Obama’s call to shutter mortgage giants (and giant pains in the public arse) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Many conservatives and libertarians have been beating that drum since 2008 and before, back when Obama was voting present on regulation of Fannie/Freddie and taking more in donations from them than all but one lawmaker.

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A Glimpse into Obama's Plan for American Prosperity


This Man Actually Lives In A Dumpster He Tricked Out Himself

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'Read Constitution, not my email': Anti-snooping protests sweep US


The protests "1984 Day," have taken place across the US, most notably in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Washington DC. The rallies have been organized by a number of social media initiatives by a grassroots organization called Restore the Fourth that demands an end to "unconstitutional surveillance of digital communications."

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Obama endorsed al Queda Rebels seize airport in Syria


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U.S. immigration places hold on Illegal Alien in Athens DUI hit-and-run who would certainly have stayed at the screen if he was legal of course


U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials placed a hold on an Athens man arrested Saturday night following a drunken hit-and-run crash.

Arturo Chamorro-Garduno, 49, a Mexican national who did not have a driver’s license, struck three parked cars in a North Bluff Road driveway and left the scene, Athens-Clarke police said.


Obama says that he would like to see more Americans die in terrorist attacks


That headline is not a lie. The greatest orator since Abraham Lincoln had a serious policy discussion with . . . wait for it . . . Jay Leno. During that serious, I mean really serious, talk, Obama explicitly stated that it was unfortunate that Americans were less likely to die in a terrorist attack than in a car accident. Really:

POTUS said the U.S. was not overreacting.

POTUS said people can still take vacation, just do so in a “prudent way” by checking on the State Department Websites for up-to-day information before making plans.

“The odds of dying in a terrorist attack are a lot lower than they are of dying in a car accident, unfortunately.” (Emphasis added.)

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Name That Party: Princeville mayor indicted on embezzlement charges


Tarboro, N.C. — Princeville Mayor Priscilla Everette-Oates has been indicted on 17 counts of embezzlement by a public official, authorities said Tuesday.

The charges come four months after a state audit found that Everette-Oates charged $8,115 to a town credit card between August 2010 and last July without any receipts to back up the spending. Charges included $1,255 to Madison Steak and Seafood and $222 to Bed Bath & Beyond.


SOURCES: NRSC and DSCC Declare Truce on Obamacare Exemption for Staffers


Sources in the Senate tell me that, on orders from senior Senate leaders, the NRSC and DSCC, the two groups responsible for electing Republicans and Democrats in the Senate, have declared a truce over the Office of Personnel Management (“OPM”) exemption of Capitol Hill staff from one of the provisions of Obamacare.

In other words, Republican Leaders have agreed the NRSC will not use this issue to put Democrats in a difficult re-election position in 2014, because Republican leaders do not intend to fight it and don’t want a spotlight on them doing so.


Amnesty Supporter in Colorado: List of participating businesses


Vote with your wallet and shop at local businesses that support comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship!

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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

17 best cities for hippies... Now Go There!


Real estate site used the following factors to rank the 17 best U.S. cities for hippies: marijuana availability and legality, number of stores selling hemp, local counter-culture icons, tie-dye availability, hippie festivals, progressive government, intensity of Occupy protests and a Facebook poll.

Here they are

ANOTHER SHOCKER: Fox Contributor: John Boehner ‘Purposely Suppressing Anything About Benghazi’


Former Democratic pollster and Fox News contributor, Pat Caddell, appeared on Fox News Channel over the weekend where he alleged that there is a White House-led cover-up of the details surrounding the Benghazi attacks. Furthermore, he added, that cover-up of information regarding the White House’s response to that attack is being aided by House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH).


Way past time to reset Obama's Russia reset



President Obama's policy reset with Russia is working out as well as his economic stimulus, Guantanamo closing, spending cutbacks, green energy investments, debt discipline, Benghazi investigation, Egyptian fallout, midterm campaigning, Syrian dictator-ousting, Bush-blaming, Libya-calming, Iran-isolating, job approval, budget-passing, Kim Jong-un-taming, ObamaCare implementation and Muslim-outreaching.

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Using Immigrants to Save Detroit?


For the open-borders crowd, immigration is a patent medicine, able to cure whatever ails you.

The latest pitch is that requiring immigrants to live in Detroit is the solution to that city's many ills.

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Switzerland Launch Public Contest To Replace It's "Antiquated" National Anthem


The European nation of Switzerland is renowned for being an idealistic country that most embraces both its traditions and innovation compared with others, but it seems as though the former is being replaced by the latter in one crucial case, after the government announced an initiative to find a new national anthem.

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Keystone: 2.5 Construction Jobs Per Mile?


The president constructs another lie on behalf of government greed.

Last week President Obama solidified his growing opposition to the Keystone Pipeline by asserting that the long-delayed project would only be producing “about 2,000 construction jobs and maybe 150 permanent jobs.”

Think about that a minute. The section of the pipeline that remains to be built from Alberta to Steele City, Nebraska is 835 miles long. Does President Obama really think this monumental edifice is going to be built by 2-1/2 construction workers per mile? Compare that to the fifteen employees of the Department of Public Works — half of them sipping coffee — who take three weeks to repair 100 yards of pavement on the local highway.

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DEA Surveillance: Turning Citizens Into Criminals


Surveillance Society: The government says spying on U.S. citizens is acceptable since it's merely a means of fighting foreign terrorists. But what if the government used espionage in investigations of common criminals?

It seems that's really happening. According to a Reuters exclusive, "A secretive U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) unit is funneling information from intelligence intercepts, wiretaps, informants and a massive database of telephone records to authorities across the nation to help them launch criminal investigations of Americans."

The program is so sneaky that officials are trying to cover it up. "Law enforcement agents," says Reuters, "have been directed to conceal how such investigations truly begin — not only from defense lawyers, but also sometimes from prosecutors and judges."

This strikes us as a violation of the 4th Amendment rights for which Americans fought, bled and died.

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Coupla lilly-ass white Mormon boys come to the hood to play some ball


source: live leaks

RINO ALERT: Robert Pittenger says NO to defunding Obamacare


During Robert Pittenger's Town Hall meeting August 5, 2013, he was asked if he would vote with Mike Lee to defund Obamacare. He gave a resounding answer. Pittenger is a Congressman to the 9th District of North Carolina.

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Grandmother Charged With Murder Of Child After Using Methadone On His Gums


BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore woman is charged with murder after police say she gave a powerful drug to her two grandchildren.

Monique Griego has more on this disturbing case.

Both of the children were toddlers. Police say their grandmother gave them methadone because she wanted them to go to sleep.

Towanda Reaves, 50, stands accused of murder and child abuse. Baltimore police say she gave her grandchildren, ages one and two, methadone–a powerful narcotic.

The 2-year-old little boy, identified as Aadyn Overton, died of an overdose.

“I didn’t know what had happened at first when the baby had died. I said, ‘Oh my God, he was just out here playing,’” a neighbor said.

Police say it happened on the Fourth of July while the kids were visiting Reaves at her apartment on North Forest Park Avenue.

Neighbors tell WJZ they thought the kids were exposed by accident. But police say Reaves admitted she gave it to them so they would go to sleep.

“She confirmed that she had given methadone to the children and put it on the gum lines of their mouths,” said Det. Jeremy Silbert, Baltimore City Police.

Methadone is given to addicts to help them detox from drugs like heroin. It can also sometimes be prescribed as a painkiller.

“It would definitely kill them. It’s potent. A very strong mixture. It would kill some adults,” said Darryl Jordan, neighbor.

Those who knew Reaves are shocked by what happened. By all accounts, they say she was a doting grandmother.

“She really took care of them. As far as I can see, she wasn’t a bad person,” a woman said.

The 1-year-old little girl was taken to the hospital, but was later released and is expected to be OK.

Neighbors are now left wondering how Reaves could do something so dangerous.

“As a grandmother myself, I just can’t imagine it. I just can’t imagine,” a woman said.

Reaves is facing several charges, including second-degree murder and child abuse.

Neighbors tell WJZ the children were visiting and didn’t live in the home.

Read The Fine Print: Congress The Client Caught Off Guard By Obamacare


President Hopes To Rectify Embarrassing Situation Without The Law Amended

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Obama administration is out to fix a major snafu with its signature accomplishment, Obamacare.

The problem affects members of Congress and the people who work for them.

But some complain the proposed fix is both illegal, and unfair, CBS 2’s Tony Aiello reported Monday.

Critics said it’s an example of how Washington ignores rules everyone else must follow, and how in the rush to pass Obamacare, even members of Congress didn’t realize what was in it.

“There’s a lot of concern that Congress is making up the rules as they go along for themselves,” Manhattan Institute healthcare expert Avik Roy told CBS 2’s Aiello.

Roy said it was a pretty big “oops.”

When a bitterly divided Congress approved Obamacare it agreed that representatives, senators and thousands of staffers would drop their private insurance and move into the new Obamacare insurance exchanges.

The private insurance was heavily subsidized by taxpayers, but Obamacare doesn’t allow for subsidies for people making the six-figure salaries that are common on Capitol Hill.

So all those Washington insiders could have been forced to pay up to $10,000 out-of-pocket.

“This was a big crisis for Congress because congressman and their staffs were going to lose their health benefits,” Roy said.

But just before members left Washington for the August recess the president himself promised to fix the issue.

“Look, the administration and the leaders are working on that. I don’t know the details,” Rep. Nydia Velazquez (D-Brooklyn) said.

Well, the details are raising eyebrows. Instead of asking Congress to amend the law, the Obama administration wants to order a government agency called OPM to just pay for congressional workers’ Obamacare subsidies.

But at least one analysis has found, “OPM does not have the legal authority to do this. So there’s some controversy. Some people say there really needs to be a legislative fix. You have to have an act of Congress passed to fix this problem,” Roy said.

But the president doesn’t want Congress “fixing” Obamacare, fearing they’ll make other changes.

The question now is whether opponents will challenge this move in court.

source: CBS New York

Holder Travel Tab: $4.2m Total, $697,525 Personal, Including $95,184 to Martha's Vineyard


Attorney General Eric Holder has racked up more than $4.2 million in travel expenses over four years, including $697,525 in taxpayer-provided personal trips to resort areas like Martha's Vineyard and Atlantic City, according to documents provided to the watchdog group Judicial Watch.

The records from Justice and provided to Secrets show that Holder, who is required to travel on government aircraft because of security, submitted bills of $16,452.50 to speak at Al Sharpton's National Action Network on New York in April 2011, $38,108.18 in expenses to address the pro-immigration reform group LULAC in June 2012, and $38,108.18 to speak to another pro-immigration group, La Raza, in Las Vegas in July 2012.

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State Department Sits Down with Muslim Brotherhood


The Muslim Brotherhood announced that it held a meeting with an American delegation on Saturday, including the U.S. ambassador reviled among the Tamarod movement for cozying up with the Islamists.

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‘First They Nudge . . . Then They Shove . . . Then They Shoot’


Rush Limbaugh says Obama's “Nudge Squad” is designed to promote certain behavior. I'm sure he just misspoke. The Nudgers themselves admit they are attempting to do much more than just promote. Government can and already does produce commercials that merely promote an agenda. No, the “Nudge Squad” is not a promotional group. These “behavioral scientists” are charged with steering us into making the “correct” decisions.

And who gets to determine what’s the correct decision? Why, the administration. They are the arbiters of right and wrong, good and bad behavior.

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Left Wing Violence Update: Three dead when bullets fly at Pa. municipal meeting


Emergency crews respond to a reported shooting at the Ross Township building, Monday, Aug. 5, 2013 in Saylorsburg, Pa. / AP Photo/Chris Post
SAYLORSBURG, Pa. A gunman blasted shots through the wall of a municipal building during a meeting on Monday and then barged into the room and continued firing, killing three people, before he was tackled by a local official and shot with his own gun, a witness said.

The shooting, which also injured three people, happened shortly before 7:30 p.m. during Ross Township's regular monthly meeting, Monroe County emergency management director Guy Miller said. The gunman, who appeared to be "shooting randomly," was captured and was in state police custody at a local hospital, which was placed on lockdown, he said.

State police in Lehighton confirmed the gunman had been captured but didn't immediately have details on the arrest.

The Pocono Record said one of its reporters was in the township building and a gunman armed with a pistol with a scope shot through a wall into the meeting, in a rural area of northeastern Pennsylvania about 85 miles north of Philadelphia.


SHOCKER: Rockne Newell Political Information 8/6/2013


Some weird, decidedly left-wing politics were espoused by Ross Township, PA shooter Rockne Newell. Newell killed three before being shot by his own gun. His facebook profile paints the picture of a left-wing ideologue. He ranted about environmental issues and voted for Barack Obama.

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Lib Dems: ban petrol and diesel cars from UK roads by 2040


The Liberal Democrats want to ban millions of ordinary cars from Britain’s roads.

Nick Clegg’s party has unveiled proposals to only allow ultra-low carbon vehicles on UK roads by 2040.

The controversial measures would mean millions of petrol and diesel cars being forbidden.

Only electric vehicles and ultra-efficient hybrid cars would be allowed on UK roads under the Lib Dem plans.

However, petrol and diesel vehicles would still be allowed for freight purposes.

The plans will be voted on by members at the upcoming Lib Dem conference in Glasgow and could become party policy if approved.

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World Power Disgrace: No US Attack on Iran, Ever


Op-Ed: Dempsey's Bombshell: No US Attack on Iran, Ever

A letter about Syria is really a smokescreen for a message to Israel about attacking Iran.

On 19 July 2013, Martin E. Dempsey, the Chairman of the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff, delivered an unclassified letter to Senator Carl Levin concerning the risks of US military intervention in Syria. While the letter is was ostensibly delivered to the Senate, it actually delivered the equivalent to ten American thermonuclear bombs hitting Tel Aviv and Jerusalem simultaneously.

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Monday, August 5, 2013

Pay-up time for Brawley: '87 rape-hoaxer finally shells out for slander


Just $431,000 to go

OUTRAGE: Tawana Brawley attends an Atlanta rally
with Al Sharpton in 1988, three months before a jury
would rule that her rape tale was a hoax. She had
been lying low until The Post last December
found her living in Virginia.
Twenty-five years after accusing an innocent man of rape, Tawana Brawley is finally paying for her lies.

Last week, 10 checks totaling $3,764.61 were delivered to ex-prosecutor Steven Pagones — the first payments Brawley has made since a court determined in 1998 that she defamed him with her vicious hoax.

A Virginia court this year ordered the money garnisheed from six months of Brawley’s wages as a nurse there.

She still owes Pagones $431,000 in damages. And she remains defiantly unapologetic.

“It’s a long time coming,” said Pagones, 52, who to this day is more interested in extracting a confession from Brawley than cash.

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BBC: Tamerlan Tsarnaev 'had right-wing extremist literature'. The Dead One of Course


One of the brothers suspected of carrying out the Boston bombings was in possession of right-wing American literature in the run-up to the attack, BBC Panorama has learnt.

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Tracking homicides in Chicago: July Report


Fifty-one homicides have been logged so far this month. Forty-nine homicides were recorded in July 2012, according to RedEye data.

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