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Cops: Love em or hate em......or both


Before I start typing this blog entry, I will just say in advance that it is indeed another post about police. I am actually quite torn apart somewhat when it comes to making a case about the police state we (USA and Canada in particular) are rapidly entering into, simply because I have long time friends and neighbours who are police men and women. 1,049 more words


Obama’s First-Amendment Defense of Political Liars

Source: Washington’s Blog

President Obama, through his U.S. Solicitor General, arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court, has now stated that lying in political campaigns isn’t merely protected by the First Amendment’s guarantee of free speech, but that it is an especially protected form of speech, which must not be hindered by any state government, such as by the state of Ohio. 186 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies

Nevada Republican Party Passes Anti-NDAA Resolution, Calls on State to Intervene

by Dan Johnson
P.A.N.D.A. People Against The NDAA
Apr 15, 2014

LAS VEGAS – We are pleased to report the the Republican Party of Nevada passed a “Resolution Affirming The Right Of Due Process Of The People,” opposing the detention provisions in the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) at their state convention over the weekend. 38 more words


VIDEO -- Where's Joe? US's VP Biden in Ukraine but it's head-scratcher for Americans

Apr 22, 2014

Kiev has rolled out the red carpet for US vice-president Joe Biden, the latest high-ranking American official to greet Ukraine’s new leadership. 31 more words


VIDEO -- Is Bitcoin a flash in the pan? - Coinsumm.it

Mar 26, 2014

Learn more at Coinsumm.it

Professor Susan Athey, Stanford, Andreas Antonopoulos, Blockchain.info, Jonathan Levin, Coinometrics

Moderated by Nathaniel Popper, The New York Times