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Oregon defies the Feds in passing law to decriminalize hard drugs like cocaine and heroin

Over the past few years the Federal government's 'War on Drugs' has been losing strength because a number of states have rebelliously voted to legalize marijuana in some capacity.  And while the majority of these laws and referendums have been relegated to either the medicinal and/or recreational use of pot, very few have sought to decriminalize the use of much harder drugs which in some locales have become ...

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State of New Jersey officially designates Antifa as a terrorist organization

In the War on Terrorism it is often difficult to determine just how dedicated the U.S. government is in fighting against individuals and agencies who use violence and terror to achieve political means.  50 years ago, the FBI made a concerted effort to take down the Ku Klux Klan because they rightfully were seen as a terrorist organization, using both terror and violence to try to destroy the civil rights of ...

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New York seeking to pass legislation allowing cops to download contents of your Smartphone as a requirement to drive

As the 4th Amendment continues to disappear into the annals of history for most Americans, the number of laws being passed at both the state and Federal levels to search and seize your property without consent is growing.  And in a new law being pushed forth by the state legislature of New York, the police will soon have the power and authority to confiscate and download all of your data kept on your Smartp ...

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Liberal insurgents training for terrorism on U.S. soil in the deserts of Arizona

The official definition of terrorism is the use of violence and terror to achieve a political goal.  And with irrefutable evidence shown in places like Washington D.C. on inauguration day, and harm done to persons and property on the Berkeley campus in California over the past two months, the group known as Antifa have shown themselves to be an insurgent organization who conducts their operations using terr ...

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Mainstream media irony: New York Times subscribers rebel when they hire non-fake news journalist

It must be true that the mantra of liberals is that 'ignorance is bliss' because despite the hemorrhaging of subscribers over the past several years that the New York Times has experienced for all their fake news reporting, many of the remaining readers are now in an uproar after the newspaper hired someone who has a history of speaking out against the false topic of climate change. That's right.  Remaining ...

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Federal Courthouse in Las Vegas BANS jurors from reading the U.S. Constitution

(Natural News) The Bundy Ranch trials are underway, having begun in February of this year. There have already been reports that federal court Judge Gloria Navarro, who is presiding over the case, has dealt several blows to the defense teams throughout the trial. She has allegedly given the prosecution favorable treatment regarding time expansion, granting them over five weeks to present their case. She has, ...

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Paradigm shift: American consumers switching from beer to pot in growing numbers

Despite the harsh rhetoric coming down from the new President and Attorney General, the future of American recreational consumption is growing squarely in the camp of cannabis over the long-standing drug of choice, alcohol. In a new survey of 40,000 primarily long time beer drinkers, over 27% stated that they would and are switching over to pot from alcohol in locations that have legalized the drug, and in ...

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Alabama town busted for jailing poor citizens in illegal debt prisons

While institutionalized debtor's prisons in the U.S. had been pretty much abolished since just before the Civil War, the practice of imprisoning individuals for failure to pay court ordered civil duty obligations has continued in local, state, and even Federal jurisdictions.  And the most common examples are with those considered to be 'dead beat Dad's' who fail to pay their court mandated child support. Bu ...

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Senator Rand Paul introduces bill to restore American’s 4th Amendment rights and end civil forfeiture

One of the most egregious laws created over the past 40 years that has morphed into pure and simple government theft, is the statute regarding Civil Forfeiture and the 'right' of the state to seize your property without you either committing a crime, or them having to follow due process under the law.  In fact, civil forfeiture has become so widespread that state, local, and federal governments have illegal ...

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Mind Control is Real: United States Patent 6506148 B2 Confirms Human Nervous System Can be Manipulated Through Electromagnetic Fields from Monitors

The subject of mind control has been keenly contested for some time now. Mind or thought control is broadly defined as human subjects being indoctrinated in a way that causes an impairment of autonomy ‚Äď the inability to think independently, and a disruption of beliefs and affiliations. Mind control was initially considered a mere conspiracy theory. During the early days of the term, its adherents believed a ...

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Americans can thank the failed War on Drugs as Heroin and opiod deaths now surpass gun homicides

When the planes hit the World Trade Center towers in 2001, it also marked the year with the lowest amount of illegal opium and heroin imports out of the country of Afghanistan.  And despite the fact that the majority of 9/11 terrorists were from Saudi Arabia and not the Central Asian country, President George Bush conned Americans into believing that we needed to go to war with the Afghans because they were ...

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Amish farmer facing 68 years in federal prison for making homemade products

(Natural News) When most people imagine their golden years, they don‚Äôt envision spending the last decades of their life in a federal prison, but for 56-year-old Samuel Girod, that threat is very real ‚ÄĒ thanks to the FDA. Girod is facing 68 years in jail for the simple crime of creating his own all-natural homemade products. Father to 12 and grandfather to 25, Girod has been facing a 12-count indictment sinc ...

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