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Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers

By Chris Morran Consumerist January 12, 2017   Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers     For more than 35 years, states have been allowed to let cameras in the courtroom, but some courts have enacted full bans — not just on TV cameras and photographers but on all […]

Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers

Records: Too many votes in 37% of Detroit’s precincts

Records: Too many votes in 37% of Detroit’s precincts

By Against Crony Capitalism December 13, 2016   Records: Too many votes in 37% of Detroit’s precincts     (From The Detroit News)   Voting machines in more than one-third of all Detroit precincts registered more votes than they should have during last month’s presidential election, according to Wayne County records prepared at the request […]


Jill Stein – The Great Con – People Are Starting to Question Her Motives

By Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics December 13, 2016   Jill Stein – The Great Con – People Are Starting to Question Her Motives     Jill Stein is really playing very fast and loose with this whole recount thing that serves no purpose. In Wisconsin, 95% of the votes were recounted, and as of December […]

Jill Stein – The Great Con – People Are Starting to Question Her Motives

Michigan Official Tried to Manipulate Lead Tests—Eight Years Ago

Michigan Official Tried to Manipulate Lead Tests—Eight Years Ago

By Nika Knight Common Dreams April 27, 2016   Michigan Official Tried to Manipulate Lead Tests—Eight Years Ago In 2008, a Michigan environmental official told lead test technicians to “bump out” sky-high lead results by collecting more clean water samples     A newly resurfaced email demonstrates that in 2008 an official from the Michigan Department […]


Radioactive tritium found present at over 200 times normal levels in Florida Bay

By Jennifer Lea Reynolds Natural News March 19, 2016   Radioactive tritium found present at over 200 times normal levels in Florida Bay     The water quality throughout the United States leaves much to be desired; it’s in such horrible shape that just about everywhere you turn, it’s ruining people’s health. This isn’t about […]

Radioactive tritium found present at over 200 times normal levels in Florida Bay

Will Detroit Be The First Major Chinese City In The United States? 1

  Source: http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com By Michael Snyder Will Detroit Be The First Major Chinese City In The United States?   Is Detroit destined to become a Chinese city?  Chinese homebuyers and Chinese businesses are starting to flood into the Motor City, and the governor of Michigan is greatly encouraging this.  In fact, he has formally asked […]


John Stossel – Detroit Gutted By Government

John Stossel – Detroit Gutted By Government     Published by XRepublicTV ### John Stossel discusses the demise that is Detroit with guests Darcy Olsen and Shikha Dalmia, regarding causes behind the Detroit collapse and other cities following a different model running in the black unlike the bankrupt situation facing Detroit. Thinking Sandy Springs, Georgia […]


U.S. Supreme Court takes aim at Voting Rights Act

Source: http://www.cbc.ca The Associated Press  |  Posted: Feb 27, 2013 4:49 PM ET  |  Last Updated: Feb 27, 2013 5:25 PM ET The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative justices voiced deep skepticism Wednesday about a section of a landmark civil rights law that has helped millions of Americans exercise their right to vote. In an ominous […]


Police state gone wild: Couple facing 60 days in jail for rescuing injured baby deer 3

Source: http://www.naturalnews.com By Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Editor of NaturalNews.com (NaturalNews) An Indiana couple saved a wounded baby deer and nursed it back to life, saving its life and giving it a home. They named it “Little Orphan Dani.” When Indiana state officials got word of this courageous act of compassion, they ordered the […]


San Francisco streetlights will spy on passersby 1

Source: http://rt.com San Francisco, California is the second-most densely populated urban area in the US, but those nearly one million residents of the City by the Bay are about to lose what little amount of privacy they have. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has started work on a program that will update a number […]