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'Secret' ministers, teachers and social workers are spying on us

According to a article, the FBI/DHS are enlisting clergy, social workers and mental health professionals to counsel (spy on) troubled people who voice support for terrorism. They're calling this group of spies "Shared Responsibility Committees" (SRC). The FBI and DHS have led forums in NJ and even launched a social media campaign warning about terror groups like ISIS, environmental extremists and sovereign-citizen movements. In other words, they're attempting to vilify anyone speaking out against the government. Police are 'secretly' using priests, social workers and doctors to spy on us.

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FBI Told Cops to Recreate Evidence From Secret Cell-Phone Trackers

A recently disclosed document shows the FBI telling a local police department that the bureau’s covert cell-phone tracking equipment is so secret that any evidence acquired through its use needs to be recreated in some other way before being introduced at trial. “Information obtained through the use of the equipment is FOR LEAD PURPOSES ONLY,” FBI special agent James E. Finch wrote to Chief Bill Citty of the Oklahoma City Police Department.

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Homemade Bomb Explodes At California High School

A homemade bomb exploded on the campus of Southern California school for foster youth according to NBC 7 San Diego. The school was on lockdown for a period of time, but ultimately was deemed safe. Fortunately nobody was injured in the incident. San Diego County Sheriff's as well as Cal Fire Officials responded to San Pasqual Academy in Escondido around 9:15am, after receiving word that there was a threat to the school. After an initial investigation, the homemade bomb appeared to be made out of bathroom products, including toilet bowl cleaner and some sort of aluminum foil, and was placed within a plastic soda bottle. Officials said a staff member at the school spotted the device and picked it up in front of the teenage student accused of making it. The teen suspect then warned the staff member to get rid of it, as it would explode. The staff member quickly tossed the bottle into nearby bushes, and within a few minutes the bomb exploded.

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For The First Time Ever, China Shows Footage From Disputed, Man-Made Reef

For the first time ever, Chinese State television has aired construction work on the artificial island known as the Fiery Cross, or Yongshu, Reef in the Nansha Islands, located in the contested territory inside the South China Sea. Fiery Cross is also claimed by the Philippines, Vietnam and Taiwan however China has been the fastest in actually settling the reef which it converted into a man-made island in 2014 to which it has deployed hundreds of troops.

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Tony Blair and Bill Clinton Team Up To Keep Britain In The EU

The former Democratic president of the United States and once Labour Prime Minister of Britain were close allies when in office, both strong proponents of a corporatist, pro-globalisation new brand of “third way” centre-left politics. Mr. Clinton’s visit is intended to reinforce the message delivered by President Obama two weeks ago. He claimed the UK would go to the “back of the queue” for future trade deals if it left the EU.

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Researchers test cloud-seeding drone in Nevada

This week, engineers with the Desert Research Institute announced that their Drone America Savant unmanned aircraft had successfully ascended to 400 feet and deployed two silver-iodide flares. The 18-minute test flight occurred late last week, proving -- researchers say -- that the unmanned aerial vehicle is ready for the cloud-seeding work for which it was designed. Silver iodide is similar in structure to ice, and cloud-seeding scientists believe it encourages ice crystal formation, triggering clouds to produce precipitation.

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Egypt official blames ‘Tom and Jerry’ cartoons for violence in the Middle East

That’s what the head of Egypt’s State Information Service declared in a speech this week at Cairo University. And, oh yes, in case the audience didn’t take him seriously about his theories on the dim-witted cat and the pesky mouse, he offered two more reasons: video games and violent movies. Another masterpiece. Head of egypt's state information service says tom and Jerry one of the causes of widespread violence in the Arab world

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Donald Trump's new finance guru: once a Clinton donor, Soros employee

And ahead of the 2008 presidential election, Mnuchin donated not only to Obama, Clinton and Edwards, but also to Democrats Chris Dodd and Bill Richardson. Republicans Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney also received contributions from Mnuchin. During the 2012 presidential race, Mnuchin donated to both Romney and fellow Republican Tim Pawlenty. Mnuchin’s contributions to Democrats extend to the current cycle.

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Federal Spending Bill Appropriates Taxpayer Dollars to Be Used to Spread Pro-GMO Propaganda

As more food companies are opting to go “GMO-free” in response to rising public awareness, Monsanto and the biotech industry can count on their friends in government to help counter the movement.

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AT&T Buries Language In Missouri Traffic Bill To Hinder Broadband Competition

Prompted by AT&T, Missouri passed a state law in 1997 that hamstrings towns and cities looking to build local networks to shore up broadband coverage gaps. Since then, AT&T has made repeated attempts to expand those restrictions further, fearing a growing rise in public/private partnerships from the likes of Google Fiber, Ting, or the countless towns and cities tired of AT&T's pricey, slow broadband service. After a failed attempt last year, AT&T this year introduced protectionist bill HB 2078, shortly after shoveling $62,000 in campaign contributions to state leaders.

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Clinton’s Email Security Procedures Won’t Be Released Until After the Election

The State Department says it won’t release any documents relating to Hillary Clinton’s email security procedures and protocol until after the November presidential election.

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How a FOIA Request into Hillary Clinton's Emails Revealed a Criminal Investigation

Last weekend, Hillary Clinton dispatched her husband, former President Bill Clinton, to offer a defense of her alleged espionage. The espionage allegations against her are that in order to escape public and Obama administration scrutiny, she had all of her emails as secretary of state diverted from a secure government server to a non-secure server in her home in Chappaqua, New York, and, in so doing, failed to protect state secrets in at least 2,200 instances during her four-year tenure.

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Catastrophic California quake due at any time, warns seismologist

California could be hit by a massive earthquake at any time, a leading seismologist warned a national conference Wednesday, potentially killing thousands of people and costing hundreds of billions of dollars.

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Lavrov: US Tried to Include Al-Nusra Front Positions in ‘Silent’ Period

Lavrov pointed to evidence that linked the Turkish government with al-Nusra Front and Daesh terrorists, which have been excluded from all previous ceasefire deals brokered by Moscow and Washington for Syria. “During the negotiations, our US partners actually tried to draw the borders of this ‘zone of silence’ to include a significant number of positions occupied by al-Nusra [Front]. We managed to exclude this as it is absolutely unacceptable,” Lavrov said.

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US Intelligence Officer Sues President Barack Obama Over Legality Of ISIS Fight

A U.S. Army captain filed a lawsuit against President Barack Obama Wednesday, alleging that Obama does not have the authority from Congress to wage the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. The suit comes after an American serviceman became the third soldier to be killed in Iraq since U.S. troops pulled out from the country in 2011.

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Qatar National Bank: Database leak gives data on al-Jazeera journalists and British 'spies'

A 1.4GB trove of internal documents, files and sensitive financial data purporting to be from the Qatar National Bank (QNB) has been leaked online. The massive data dump appears to contain hundreds of thousands of records including customer transaction logs, personal identification numbers and credit card data. Additionally, dozens of separate folders consist of information on everything from Al Jazeera journalists to what appears to be the Al-Thani Qatar Royal Family.

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It's Official: The FDA Now Regulates Vaping

Vaping is now federally regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, the government agency announced Thursday. The long-anticipated final regulations were officially revealed, including prohibiting the sale of e-cigarettes to people under the age of 18, banning free samples of e-liquids, and maintaining a pivotal grandfathering date that the vaping community says will seriously threaten the industry.

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5 Reasons the Zombie Apocalypse is the Prevailing Metaphor for Our Times

When we hear tales of Homer and his Odyssey we also receive cues we need to uncover the strength and perseverance required to face personal challenges. When we follow Ahab on his journey against the white whale, we are shown, in metaphor, the perils of our own intensely burning fires of vengeance and obsession, and thus warned on a deep level of the folly of allowing one’s lowest nature to dominate the higher self.

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The U.S. Navy now has an unmanned drone warship. Could it be hacked at sea?

The U.S. Navy and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are now testing a new unmanned drone warship. The first Navy drone ship is a 132-foot ACTUV (Antisubmarine warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel) known as Sea Hunter, which cost around $120 million to build. The military says more can now be produced for $20 million or so each. But some are concerned that with no humans at the controls, these “robot ships” could be hacked, pwned remotely, and used by America's enemies to attack the United States.

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Lawmaker: It’s Okay To Aim Guns At Cops If They Aim At You First

“I would never, ever point my firearm at anyone, including an officer of the law, unless they pointed their firearm at me,” asserted Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore in an interview with Steve Sebelius of KLAS-8. “Now, once you point your firearm at me, I’m sorry, then it becomes self defense. So, whether you’re a stranger, a bad guy — or an officer — and you point your gun at me; and I have to decide whether it’s my life … well, I choose my life.” Fiore’s obviously explosive statement comes amid her run for the Republican Party nomination for an open seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. During the interview, she characterized the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM), in its overreach, as “nothing more than … a bureaucrat agency of terrorism.” Sebelius queried Fiore on whether she felt Second Amendment protections should allow citizens the right to brandish their firearms at a “duly authorized law enforcement officer who is just out there doing his job.”

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