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A Report Reveals Intelligence Agencies Have Access to Entire Internet

Documents have been surfacing illustrating that the American, British and Canadian intelligence agencies are violating civil liberties and the right top privacy on [...]

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The Obama Dark Age

The arrogant President Obama suggested in an interview published in the New York Times on Saturday that you need to be a lawyer to understand the U.S. Constitution. [...]

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How they Handle Police Brutality in Switzerland

When a fan ran out onto a soccer field, several policeman tackle him and start beating him with clubs. This conduct outraged the fans so much, people from the [...]

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Crisis Collapse in World Capital Flows

QUESTION: Marty; You have emphasized how you track world capital flows and conducted your research even in the flows of capital and disparity of interest rates [...]

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US Share Market – Correction Over or Posturing?

The S&P500 elected a Daily Bullish Reversal last week and a rally unfolded thereafter. But we see this as posturing just yet. The volatility will begin with the [...]

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EU To Pay Members with Tax Money for Losses in Revenue with Russia

Resistance to the Russian sanctions in the EU has been growing in some regions of the EU. Hungary now has spoken out against the hard-line of sanctions and Brussels [...]

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Texas Corruption – Worst in USA?

The video of a drunk District Attorney stumbling and trying to scare the police by saying who she was to get out of it, was outrageous to say the least. What she [...]

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Why the Free Press Cannot Co-Exist with Federal Judges

The New York Times journalist James Risen is facing potentially life imprisonment unless he reveals all his sources. Risen has gone on record stating that the Obama [...]

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The Latest in the Derivative Nightmare on the Horizon

The entire problem with derivatives being structured by banks has been the complex nature and the fact that such structures remain untested and perpetually blow up [...]

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Why Police should be Disarmed – They Kill Way too Many People by Mistake

An example of why police should not be allowed to carry weapons is evidenced everyday. They kill about 400 people each year according to USA Today. Perhaps we [...]

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