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Bankrupt Puerto Rico votes yes to apply for statehood

On June 11 Puerto Ricans went to the polls to decide once again whether to remain as a territory, or to apply to become the 51st American state.  And with what one could consider as an extremely uncaring record low turnout, the result was a yes vote for statehood. However voting for statehood and actually becoming a state are two different things, as the island territory has voted for, and applied for this ...

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NC Town Embraces Bigfoot

June 11, 2017 A small town in North Carolina has turned to an unlikely icon in an effort to 'rebrand' their community: Bigfoot. Nestled in the heart of the Uwharrie National Forest, the town of Troy, North Carolina boasts a population of just under 3,500 residents. Hoping to give their community an identity that helps it stand out among other small towns, Troy has adopted Bigfoot as their unofficial mascot. ...

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10 Worst Food Companies that are Poisoning You Daily and Lying About It

Op-Ed by Jake Anderson June 8, 2015 (ANTIMEDIA) Much of the mainstream American food supply is laden with unhealthy additives, artificial flavorings, coloring, dyes, preservatives, hormones, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and toxins. Not everyone agrees that GMOs have been proven harmful to humans, which is why the food chains listed here were selected specifically because they are responsible for a ...

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Report: John McCain Claims Barack Obama Provided Better ‘American Leadership’ Than Donald Trump

Anti-Trump Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has reportedly told a left-wing newspaper that he believes “American leadership” was better under President Barack Obama than President Trump — the latest in a series of shots the failed 2008 presidential candidate has taken at his fellow Republican. According to the Guardian, McCain was “visibly irked” when asked about comments Trump made last week in the wake of the terr ...

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US-Led Forces Now Using White Phosphorus in Populated Areas of Syria and Iraq

(ANTIWAR.COM) — Iraq claimed credit for videos earlier this week showing the use of white phosphorus munitions in densely populated parts of the Old City in Mosul, but their use is becoming even more widespread, with new reports suggesting that the US is also using such shells in both Iraq and Syria. Though white phosphorus shells are not uncommon in the military, and often used as smokescreens, the high te ...

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‘Transabled’ people are removing limbs and becoming paralyzed intentionally

Perhaps a type of empathy for those returning from war, humans around the world have begun severing their own limbs and causing life traumatizing injuries to themselves to become disabled. Likewise, people have been paralyizing their bodies, sometimes with "accidents" that can have severe consequences. It is all in a movement to become "transabled," or physically impaired. It is not common, but seems to sat ...

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How to naturally detox from mandatory vaccine injections forced upon you by the medical police state

(NaturalNews) If you're being forced to take a vaccine against your will (by a totalitarian medical regime like California), are there things you can do to protect yourself from vaccine toxins? You bet there are! Vaccines contain mercury, aluminum, MSG, formaldehyde and other adjuvants such as squalene. These are all neurotoxic substances that can cause permanent brain damage, autism, seizures, comas and ev ...

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Are Amazon and Alibaba replacing banks as lenders for small businesses?

Since the banking crisis of 2008, financial institutions have found that borrowing large sums of money from the Fed and then simply buying U.S. Treasuries has been much more profitable and less risky than lending it to businesses.  And as a result, the amount banks used to lend to companies, especially those categorized as small businesses, have declined by between 20-30%, leading many of these Mom and Pop ...

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“Legalize all drugs,” says this Harvard professor. His reasoning is as simple as it is profound.

Prohibition causes drug trafficking to go underground.  It increases crime and corruption involved in the market.  Pushing it underground has compromised quality control.; it's unregulated and you don't know what you're actually getting. Drug use is not going away, in fact, it's a huge part of society.  From caffeine to nicotine to alcohol, the human race is partly driven by the concoction of chemicals avai ...

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John McCain’s Incoherent Questioning Of James Comey Shows Why We Need Term Limits

Does America really need a permanent ruling class of career politicians? According to Real Clear Politics, right now Congress has an average approval rating of just 18.8 percent. It is an institution that is dominated by politicians that are able to keep winning elections over and over again because they are extremely good at raising money. And our permanent ruling class of politicians has learned that it g ...

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Ancient Bird Found Stuck in Amber

June 09, 2017 The incredibly well-preserved remains of a 100-million-year-old baby bird encased in amber is being heralded by scientists as best glimpse yet of an ancient avian species. The remarkable specimen, discovered in Myanmar, contains nearly the entire body of the creature that is believed to have met its sticky demise after hatching only a few days earlier. Researchers say that the creature is a ty ...

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