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Obama Set to Ban Popular Bullets…

A ban on rifles is a virtual impossibility. So what’s the next best thing the Obama administration can think of? A ban on one of the most popular bullets for the AR-15 via executive action. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives wants to fast-track ATF FRAMEWORK FOR DETERMINING WHETHER CERTAIN PROJECTILES ARE “PRIMARILY […]

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Doomsday Clock: Three Minutes to Midnight

That’s right, it is now just three minutes to midnight. The Doomsday Clock has ticked towards midnight once again. The reasoning behind the move, along with the full timeline of the clock, can be found at The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists website. For this latest change: 2015: Unchecked climate change, global nuclear weapons modernizations, and […]

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VIDEO: Facebook Censorship: What They’re Not Telling You

Will Facebook’s new ‘flagging’ feature allow corporations, governments, and other agenda-driven political forces control the flow of information? Facebook censorship is something concerning, as a lot of people get most (some I’m sure all) of their news from Facebook. It’s one of the ways people attempt to stay informed at all times, as many people […]

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Biometrics…

This is such a tough topic. Maybe some would consider me to be “old” (or at least old school) about certain things, but I don’t even like the idea of swiping my phone instead of my bank card at a store. So boimetrics? I think it’s crazy. There’s something about having physical control of an […]

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State of the Union Address 2015

In case anyone is wondering about the current state of the Union, the transcript of President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address 2015 can be found here. I listened to and read the transcript of Obama’s State of the Union Address. I have also read and listened to some interesting commentary on the speech, […]

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High Fructose Corn Syrup RENAMED!

Yes, one type of high fructose corn syrup has been renamed to simply be “fructose.” The issue here is that high fructose corn syrup and fructose are most definitely NOT the same thing. Even if one type of high fructose corn syrup is mostly made of fructose, it still is not 100% fructose, and therefore […]

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CDC Deletes Ebola Page on Transmission

The CDC needs to get its story straight, if you ask me. Can Ebola be transmitted through a cough or sneeze? Yes. No. Yes. No… Wait, we’re “updating” that information. Please stand by to find out how you can (or can’t) contract this deadly virus. Your patience is greatly appreciated. Extremely odd. Check out this […]

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Stay Away from SNEEZES!

The CDC this week admitted that the Ebola virus is much easier to catch that previously conveyed. According to a recent article from the New York Post: Ebola is a lot easier to catch than health officials have admitted — and can be contracted by contact with a doorknob contaminated by a sneeze from an […]

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VIDEO: Are Ebola cases being covered up?

A recent interview Alex Jones conducted with Dr. James Lawrenzi suggests that certain people in government may be covering up Ebola cases. Excerpts from the interview, if you’re not able to watch the entire video, can be found at InfoWars.com: A doctor has exclusively revealed to Infowars that health authorities are covering up Ebola cases […]

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Putin’s harsh words for the U.S.

Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin, had some harsh words for the U.S. in a speech he made to an audience in Sochi. An article from RT has the main talking points: Vladimir Putin lashed out at the United States for destabilizing the world order of checks and balances for its own gains. Speaking in the city […]

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NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola

This is the first case of Ebola in New York. An article from NBC News states: A doctor just back from West Africa has preliminarily tested positive for the Ebola virus at New York’s Bellevue Hospital, city officials told NBC News on Thursday. President Barack Obama was briefed on the case Thursday evening Homeland Security […]

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VIDEO: Physician being tested for Ebola in NYC

Physician being tested for Ebola in NYC, returned from West Africa 10 days ago. An article from CNN has more details: A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned from West Africa is at a New York hospital for isolation and testing for the Ebola virus, authorities said. The 33-year-old physician, employed at Columbia Presbyterian […]

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Wastebook is out and it isn’t pretty

Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn has compiled the latest edition of Wastebook, containing details on some very weird government spending. Not a fan of government waste, but I laughed out loud when I saw the headline “Feds throw money at alpaca poop, drug enforcement museum” from Watchdog.org. Funny headline, sad information on government waste: Some of […]

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New rules for people traveling from Ebola-stricken countries – CDC

The CDC announced new rules for people traveling from Ebola-stricken countries, including being monitored for 21 days. This goes into effect on Monday. According to The Washington Post: All travelers who arrive in the United States from Ebola-stricken countries will be closely monitored for 21 days by public health officials starting Monday, the Centers for […]

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