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Barrett Brown: why his sentencing hearing was sabotaged; his case should now be thrown out

On Tuesday the sentencing of Barrett Brown, a US journalist, was delayed for a second time and postponed until January 22 of next year. At the hearing the prosecution dramatically presented 500 pages of new evidence, seemingly unrelated to the charges to which Brown was awaiting sentencing. 768 more words

Intelligence

The Elite Fit to Rule

The only elite fit to rule over humanity are those who understand the value of direct democracy, in my opinion.  They are the truly sane human beings who must push back any force that tries to enforce a minority will on the majority. 270 more words

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NASA launches study for Skunk Works SR-72 concept

NASA has awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin to study the feasibility of building a hypersonic propulsion system for a concept intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft dubbed the SR-72 using existing turbine engine technologies. 43 more words

Military Aviation

President Obama Versus Reality

President Obama Didn’t Tell The Whole Story About Cuba

Obama: “I was born in 1961, just over two years after Fidel Castro took power in Cuba and just a few months after the Bay of Pigs invasion, which tried to overthrow his regime.

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Intelligence

Over millions of years one conversation has been brought up repeatedly through out human achievements.  This great conversation is one of knowledge, Intelligence, and virtues.  From great philosophers like Plato and Socrates to simple people in their inquisitive mind, the subject is repeated.  231 more words

I Love Being Able To Hold A Conversation.

Especially with another intelligent person.
It’s amazing.
To see what others think.
How they think.
Listening to the way their maturity wraps around their words. 12 more words

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