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Ukrainian nationalists put bounty on head of Russian journalist

In a civil war, there is no such thing as civility, or human rights.  Even the U.S. invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan demanded certain 'rules of engagement' which protects civilians above and beyond the normal course of achieving an objective. But history shows that conflicts between different ethnic groups can degrade into a primal no holds barred battle of carnage and brutality, as the world saw two decad ...

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One million fewer people being counted leads to huge drop in unemployment rate

After two months of talking head economists, the Fed, and the Obama administration blaming the weather for poor economic data, the White House is using a solitary ray of light to push the propaganda bandwagon forward, and claim responsibility for today's highly successful jobs report.  However, similar to past reports that showed the unemployment rate falling because people were no longer being counted in r ...

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Convicted hacker to open new hedge fund to bring down U.S. banks

Back in 2005, the Discovery Channel aired a television series called, 'It takes a Thief', where a former burglar would break into the residences of average homes, then show them on video just how vulnerable their security systems and processes were.  This axiom of, 'it takes one to know one' philosophy is being put to the test as a newly freed former hacker is seeking to create a hedge fund with the sole pu ...

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Former NBA Star Wants Return of RACIAL SEGREGATION As He Calls For ALL-BLACK LEAGUE

Exactly 50 years ago, the Supreme Court came down with a ruling that changed the American landscape forever.  In the 1964 case of Brown vs. Board of Education, the high court deemed it un-constitutional for institutions to discriminate through segregation, which had been the allowed law of the land since the 19th century Dred Scot case which provided society the right of separate but equal in race relations ...

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Not having enough for retirement remains the leading fear among Americans

Last week, Gallup ran its annual financial survey which they use determine which economic issues remain important to the American people.  And for the 13th year in a row, the fear of not having enough money for retirement remained the primary concern for the majority of Americans. According to a recent Gallup poll, the one thing that has most Americans very/moderately worried is "whether or not they have en ...

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President Obama seeks court aid to declare lying protected speech

There are three forms of speech that do not accord First Amendment protections according to the courts, and they stem from the potential personal and public consequences that could arise if an individual, group, or entity speaks or writes these words with harmful intent.  First, there is the use of oral accusation known as slander, and this is allowed redress under the American court system.  Secondly there ...

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First bank failure in 2 months occurs in South Carolina

Allendale County Bank., located in Fairfax, SC, was closed down by the FDIC on Friday, April 25.  This bank failure is the first one in nearly two months in the United States and brings the total amount of bank closures in 2014 to six. 4/25/2014 *** SC *** Fairfax *** Allendale County Bank *** $17.1 million dollar estimated FDIC DIF cost. The total DIF for failed banks this week is $17.1 million. If you wer ...

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Rumors circulating that new Eurasian Zone currency will be the gold Altyn

As empires rose and fell throughout the annals of time, one remaining constant seems to always prevail... that being an empire's currency. From ancient Greece, the Drachma is recognized today in books, films, and even by a modern civilization that pines for better days in the wake of economic collapse.  Then there was the famous Roman Denarius, which was segregated in value through the use of different meta ...

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China providing an alternative to Europe for Russian natural gas

Contrary to most government propaganda, nearly all military incursions, as well as global wars, have been waged over the desire to control energy resources.  World War I saw the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, and the colonization of new Arab States to tap into their massive stockpiles of petroleum.  World War II was led by Axis power Japan, who needed to invade and control the Asia to access energy they cou ...

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Students overwhelm Obama student loan debt forgiveness program

What is the difference between President George Bush and President Barack Obama?  During two separate economic downturns, one called for Americans to go deep into credit card debt, while the other called for young Americans to do the same with student loans. The result of this is a citizenry that has been hit with a double barrel shock of a future guaranteed to be one of a lower standard of living.  And wit ...

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President Obama wants to raise taxes to over 19% of entire GDP

It doesn't matter which political party is in power, for the ability to finance their careers in office by stealing from the citizens will always be a massive temptation, especially when they find themselves short on funds due to their own corruption.  President Bush Sr. did this, President Clinton did it, and of course, the self-proclaimed Marxist Obama is doing it. But as the budget deficit continues to g ...

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Obama recovery? Just don’t check with retail stores for the answer

Last week it was discovered that Democratic campaign advisers were issuing warnings to candidates seeking office during the 2014 elections.  That warning was to not talk about, or use the term, 'economic recovery', as surveys showed that the American people no longer believe the spin and rhetoric coming from the primary party in power. This week however, we are seeing more valid information as to why, and o ...

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