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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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UK to initiate and submit Article 50 for Brexit by end of month

On March 20, a spokesperson for Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the government would be submitting paperwork to initiate Article 50 on March 29 to fulfill the will of the people in exiting from the European Union. Nine months after the voters in the UK went to the polls and said yes to a Brexit from the EU, the island nation is now on the verge of becoming the first country to break away ...

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Tim Allen on Trump, Surveillance & Hollywood Leftists

Comedian and actor Tim Allen discussed an array of topics on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, including his attendance at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration. Allen, best known for his roles in Toy Story and the sitcom Home Improvement, defended his decision to go despite potential backlash from his peers in Hollywood. “You get in this town, I’m not kidding, you got to be real careful around here you know, ...

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Forced DNA Testing in the Workplace: The GOP’s New Orwellian Bill

While reports on topics such as Trump’s taxes and Korea swarm the mainstream media, the GOP has quietly moved to pass a bill that would allow employers to either force their workers to provide genetic data, or face thousands in penalties, according to Forbes. The Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act (PEWPA), also known as HR 1313, could bypass privacy protections by adding genetic tests to the required ...

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Europeans ‘would revive gas chambers if they weren’t ashamed’ – Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has once again compared Europe with the Nazis saying that they “would revive gas chambers” if they weren't ashamed. He also fired a personal broadside at Angela Merkel, accusing her of “Nazi practices.” Europe’s “masquerade ball” is over, Erdogan said at yet another demonstration in Istanbul on Sunday, where he rallied support for a 'Yes' vote in Turkey's upcoming cons ...

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Anomaly Hunters Spot ‘Alien’ on the Surface of Mars…Now He Believes The CIA Is After Him

March 19, 2017 An anomaly hunter scouring NASA images of Mars suspects that he may have discovered some kind of alien on the surface of the Red Planet. The weird find was noticed in a photo taken by the Mars Curiosity Rover and shows a formation that resembles a humanoid figure, complete with a head and limbs. In keeping with the wildly speculative world of anomaly hunting, the nature of the potential alien ...

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JFK Researchers: Trump at Risk For Assassination

WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Trump is at more risk of assassination from the Deep State than any president since President John Kennedy. That was the consensus warning issued by a meeting of top JFK assassination researchers held at the National Press Club on Thursday. “I’m really worried, whether you like Donald Trump or not – I’m concerned about where this is going,” Lawrence Schnapf, a New York attorney ...

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Does New Evidence Suggest CIA Plot to Murder Investigative Journalist Michael Hastings?

Michael Hastings was an American author and freelance investigative journalist. He served as a contributing editor to Rolling Stone and also as a reporter for Newsweek and BuzzFeed. Hastings rose to prominence with his coverage of the Iraq War for Newsweek in the 2000s. Having been exposed to the military, Hastings took a special interest in investigating the excesses of senior officials of the United State ...

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Russian and U.S. Troops Are Now In The Same Syrian City…What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

(ANTIMEDIA) A regional and international proxy war that began in 2011 could well be on its way to becoming a hot global conflict as Russian and American troops arrive in the same Syrian city. We're revolutionizing the news industry, but we need your help! Click here to get started. According to the Military Times, the U.S. military has launched a “reassurance and deterrence” mission in the Syrian city of Ma ...

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Google Nanobots will crack the secret of IMMORTALITY by 2029

Everyone wants to be able to live a simplified life. That is why Google has been backing a project to create a driverless car. Still, in the works, Google has been finding new ways to crack into the news headlines, this includes making an announcement that they will crack the secret to providing eternal life by the year 2029. Google’s Newest Projection: Cracking the Secret to Eternal Life! A Google Chief re ...

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Experts Beg Everyone To Check Their Gardens For Tiny Eggs!

by REBECCA ENDICOTT Whenever I’m out in nature, I find myself a little overwhelmed by how much spectacular beauty there is on this planet. If you’re a city dweller like me, you quickly start to appreciate that every flower and blade of grass is a tiny miracle. Unfortunately, there are lots of folks out in the world who don’t fully appreciate all that natural splendor. There are still far too many people who ...

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