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The Cover-up Former Counterintelligence Officer Calls For Re-look At Oklahoma Bombing's "many Unanswered Questions"

John R. Schindler, a former professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College, where he taught courses on security, strategy, intelligence, terrorism, and military history, before joining the NWC faculty, spent nearly a decade with the super-secret National Security Agency as an intelligence analyst and counterintelligence officer.

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Louisville airport says no to Uber

Looks like the government is at it again interfering with a private citizens right to contract services from a private vendor.


Tech-driven ridesharing companies -- like Uber and Lyft -- are banned from picking up customers at the airport because they don't have a contract with the airport authority. That ban is just now being enforced and it's leaving unhappy."

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Rapper facing life in prison for "violent" album cover art

Like countless artists before him, San Diego-based rapper Brandon Duncan's new album features a picture of a gun and bullets on its front cover. However Duncan, who raps under the name Tiny Doo, could be the first artist to go to jail for his choice of album art.

Duncan faces 25-years-to-life on gang conspiracy charges brought against him this week, according to the Los Angeles Times. Prosecutors will reportedly look to prove that the album art "willfully promotes, furthers, or assists in any felonious criminal conduct by members of that gang."

"That gang" refers to the San Diego Lincoln Park gang, of which Duncan is a member, according to San Diego police. According to the Times, at least 15 Lincoln Park gang members have been charged in a recent string of shootings in the city.

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Bill To Turn Off NSA’s Water At Massive Utah Data Facility Moves Forward

In the latest state-led move to curb National Security Agency spying, the Utah legislature advanced a bill this week to turn off the water to NSA’s massive data gathering facility in Bluffdale, which uses more than $30,000 taxpayer dollars-worth of water every month.

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The Next Executive: What executive orders lay ahead?

Here's one potential road we'll be headed down. I wonder how many here think this would be good:

The Washington Examiner spoke with a number of conservative legal experts who speculated about what a future Republican president might be able to do using a similar legal rationale to the one Obama is using to legalize millions of immigrants who are in the United States illegally.

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Father Calls Cops On Son For Giving Cannabis Oil To Grandpa

This sounds like a family that doesn’t put the fun in dysfunctional.

In July of this year, J. Michael Robbins of Downers Grove, Illinois petitioned for an order of protection in DuPage County on behalf of his father, Joseph Robbins. The petition was filed to protect his father from his own grandson, David M. Robbins. David also happens to be J. Michael Robbins’ son.

Why on earth would anyone call the cops on their own son? Surely, he must have done something terrible.

Think again.

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Honda suggests states withhold registrations of people who don't comply with recalls

Buy a car that has a lot of recalls? You better set aside a portion of your life to getting it to the dealer asap. No longer will you have a choice, in Soviet USSA car owns you. (In 2013, 22 million cars were recalled. There's millions more than that this year)

"Honda Motor Co. wants regulators to make U.S. motorists comply with carmakers’ recall notices.

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Why Did CA Fight To Keep Its Inmates In Jail? Cheap Labor.

Why Does CA Want to Keep Its Inmates in Jail?

Now, you may read that and say, “well shucks, if those are crazy nuts in those CA jails who like the stabbin’ and the thievin’ and the carryin’ on, sure, keep em’ locked up!” Or at least you would say that if you were a 1920′s gold prospector.

And hey, you might be right – but what about those who would be eligible to get out due to expanded parole programs or after CA passed its new drug laws? Those people did their time (much of which was assigned based on non-violent drug offenses) and now can go free, so why shouldn’t they, right? Well, lawyers from California’s Attorney General’s office don’t think the same way.

Why? Because inmates are nice cheap labor.

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House Republicans Sue Obama Administration Over Health Law

House Republicans Sue Obama Administration Over Health Law

Ashley Parker
53 Mins Ago
The New York Times

House Republicans filed a long-threatened lawsuit Friday against the Obama administration over unilateral actions on the health care law that they say are abuses of the president's executive authority.

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Lights Out For "Dark Matter" Theory?


"The most popular idea is that these galaxies are filled with dark matter that astronomers cannot see but provides enough gravitational force to hold everything together. But despite extensive searches, nobody has found convincing evidence that dark matter really exists.

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When Henry Kissinger makes SENSE!


When Henry Kissinger Makes Sense

November 12, 2014

Exclusive: Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger disputes the mainstream U.S. media’s view of the Ukraine crisis, noting that Russia’s response was reactive to the West’s actions, not the other way around. But the MSM keeps up the drumbeat about Russian “aggression,” writes Robert Parry.

By Robert Parry

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