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Walmart Closures for Plumbing Repairs? Is This Coincidence?

Walmart Closures for Plumbing Repairs? Is This Coincidence?
Plumbing problems? We all know that’s absurd. The real question is whether these five stores will be re-purposed into detention centers, or re-fitted as staging areas for Jade Helm, or both. These five stores are not being closed because their toilets are leaking.
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Victim of Castro Round-ups ‘Worried Immensely’ About Jade Helm

Victim of Castro Round-ups ‘Worried Immensely’ About Jade Helm
A victim of Fidel Castro’s mass round-ups of dissidents in Cuba has expressed alarm about the upcoming Jade Helm exercise, writing that he is ‘worried immensely’ about the military drill set to take place in nine U.S. states this summer.
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Chicago Police Fighting to Keep Cellphone Trackers Secret

Chicago Police Fighting to Keep Cellphone Trackers Secret
The Chicago Police Department is fighting to keep a lid on how, when and where officers have used covert cellphone tracking systems — with an outside law firm billing the city more than $120,000 to battle a lawsuit that seeks those secret details.
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Donald Trump Reportedly Launching Presidential Exploratory Committee

Donald Trump Reportedly Launching Presidential Exploratory Committee
An insider is reporting that Donald Trump is on the verge of announcing that he is launching an exploratory committee for the 2016 GOP nomination for president. The real estate mogul will also end his role as host of the TV series “The Apprentice” in anticipation of that effort.
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Update: ATF Calls Ammunition Ban ‘Publishing Error’

Update: ATF Calls Ammunition Ban 'Publishing Error'
In February, we reported that the ATF was banning a popular ammunition, M855, calling it "armor piercing." That rule change, the ATF said in a statement, was due to a "publishing error." Here is the full statement ..
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Gitmo in Chicago

Gitmo in Chicago
What London’s Guardian reported on Tuesday is shocking, disturbing, yet unsurprising given the scourge of neocon fascist governance in America. Washington’s war on humanity at home and abroad should be a wakeup call for everyone. Wars without end rage against one nation after another.
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Legislation Would Create a Mechanism to Review and Block Federal Acts

Texas Legislation Would Create a Mechanism to Review and Block Federal Acts as Unconstitutional
A bill up for consideration in the Texas legislature would create a mechanism for the state to review and reject any federal order, law, police, rule, mandate or agency regulation that is found to violate the Bill of Rights of the Texas Constitution.
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Black Middle Schooler Slams Barack Obama in Epic YouTube Speech

"Most young people really don’t have an interest in government or politics, but we need to pique that interest, we need to make sure that they know, the decisions politicians make are going to affect them," the student told ABC 6 in a profile story last December.
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Bill Would Allow Concealed Weapons Across State Lines

Bill Would Allow Concealed Weapons Across State Lines
The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act would allow gun owners who have a concealed carry permit in their home state to bring their firearms in any other state with concealed-carry laws. "This operates more or less like a driver’s license,” Sen. John Cornyn.
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Sheriff Stands Up to IRS, Cancels Land Sale

Sheriff Scott London
The first Republican elected sheriff in Eddy County, New Mexico, became the first sheriff in 25 years to stand up to the IRS. He physically stood at the gate of a troubled citizen's property while US Marshals threatened his arrest.
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Pentagon Spent $504,816 on Viagra Last Year

Pentagon Spent $504,816 on Viagra Last Year
The Department of Defense (DoD) spent more than a half a million dollars on the male enhancement drug Viagra last year, according to government contracts. The Pentagon issued 60 contracts worth $504,816 for the drug in 2014.
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Columbine Student Proposes Concealed Carry in Schools

Columbine Student Proposes Concealed Carry in Schools
Rep. Patrick Neville, R-Castle Rock, believes if teachers were allowed to carry concealed weapons, more of his friends would still be alive. Neville was a student at Columbine High School in 1999. Currently, the law does not allow permit holders to carry weapons on school property ..
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U.S. passports on verge of elimination?

U.S. passports on verge of elimination?
A Soros-funded group arguing to replace the U.S. passport with a North American passport appears ready to take up the mantle of championing the concept of a European Union-style regional government to supersede the sovereignty of the United States, Mexico and Canada.
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Nationwide Ban On Personal Body Armor Proposed In Congress

The latest efforts to attack personal defense as a natural birthright comes from distinguished Congressional representatives Alcee Hastings (D-FL), Robin Kelly (D-IL) and Danny Davis (D-IL) and takes aim, again, at your ability to protect yourself.
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Koch Brothers to Spend Nearly a BILLION DOLLARS on the 2016 Presidential Election

Koch Brothers to Spend Nearly a BILLION DOLLARS on the 2016 Presidential Election
Who says you can’t buy politics? Wait, that’s right, no one says that. Ever. Especially not in America where 91% of the time, the candidate with the most money (not who does the best job, who has the best policies or who even gives the most charismatic speeches) wins.
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