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WA Goes After Pre-Crime: Gun Confiscation Proposed For Those "Likely To Commit Violence In The Near Future"

A new ballot measure being considered by voters in Washington State, officially referred to a Initiative Measure 1491, would allow authorities to seize guns from people considered "significantly more likely to commit violence toward themselves or others in the near future." The legislation would allow authorities with a court order to seize an individual's guns for a period of up to 1 year. Under the measure, gun owners would have the right to appeal a court order to have their guns returned but would have no ability to block the upfront confiscation.

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Who Lost Last Night’s Presidential Debate? America Did

Trump’s supporters and conservative media say he won. Hillary’s supporters and the liberal media say she won. But who lost the presidential debate last night? Well, America did.

America lost because Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are among the most unliked candidates in American political history. We lost because Trump is a billionaire who spent his entire career benefiting from politicians to make his fortune. We lost because Hillary is a politician who spent her entire political career benefiting from billionaires to make her powerful (and rich).

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Netanyahu: It “Doesn’t Matter” Who Wins Election

Speaking on Tuesday at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the winner of this November’s presidential election is irrelevant to the Israel-US relationship. Assuring the country that he had spoken to each candidate at length about Israel and the Middle East during his meetings with them on Sunday in New York, Netanyahu insisted that Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton would be equally beneficial for the Jewish State.

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Rigged Debate: How Third Parties are Kept Out of America’s Presidential Debates [Video]

On Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton appeared on one platform at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, telling the American public how they will manage the country, if elected as president of the United States. The debate, which is the first debate between the two competing candidates for the November 8 presidential elections, was initially scheduled to take place at Wright State University in Ohio, but it was later moved to Hofstra due to budget issues, according to the so-called Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD).

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Thousands of women storm Saudi King’s office demanding basic freedoms

Around 2,500 protesters bombarded the King’s office over the weekend demanding an end to the highly restrictive male guardianship system, while at least 14,000 others signed a petition. Activist Aziza Al-Yousef, who was arrested in 2013 for deliberately breaking the country’s ban on women driving, started the petition.

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U.S. Corporations Side With Saudi Arabia Against the American People Over 9/11 Victims Bill

Shortly after the release of the infamous 28-pages earlier today, the White House issued a statement dismissing allegations of Saudi involvement in the attacks of 9/11. I believe such assurances are intended to prevent people from reading it in the first place, because if you actually read them, your mouth will be wide open the entire time in disbelief. There are only two conclusions any thinking person can come to after reading the 28-pages.

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Wells Fargo or the Federal Reserve: Who’s the Bigger Fraud?

The Wells Fargo bank account scandal took center stage in the news last week and in all likelihood will continue to make headlines for many weeks to come. What Wells Fargo employees did in opening bank accounts without customers’ authorization was obviously wrong, but in true Washington fashion the scandal is being used to deflect attention away from larger, more enduring, and more important scandals.

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‘US knows weapons sent to Syrian rebels end up with terrorists’ – German journo to RT

The CIA has been coordinating weapon deliveries on the Turkey-Syria border, German journalist Jurgen Todenhofer, who recently spoke with a Jabhat al-Nusra commander, told RT. He added that the US knows that the weapons it delivers to rebels end up with terrorists. “This is a game everybody knows. It’s very clear that the Americans know that their weapons will in the end be in the hands of terrorists,” Todenhofer said speaking to RT. “The CIA was coordinating the weapons’ delivery from Turkey and they brought the weapons to the border… These weapons were taken by terrorist groups, Al-Qaeda, Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL). This is well-known.”

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The FT Goes Full Fearmonger: Electing Trump "Would Unravel The World"

It would appear that, despite the tsunami of 'spin' across every major media platform since the end of the debate, the establishment is gravely concerned at Donald Trump's proximity to 'their gal' in the polls. With Hillary herself questioning "why am I not 50 points ahead?", The Financial Times has unleashed Martin Wolf to explain to the ignorant mass of deplorables just how apocalyptic a Trump presidency would be...

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France And Germany Present Plan For EU Army, UK Opposes ‘Undermining of NATO’

EU defence ministers including Britain’s Michael Fallon will discuss Franco-German proposals in the hope of whittling down a host of ideas into a coherent strategy for their leaders to formally back at a summit in December. Britain, which retains full voting rights until it leaves the European Union, is adamant the plans must not weaken NATO and it has some support from wary Poland and the Baltic nations. The ideas to share national assets, deepen cooperation in EU missions and establish a joint EU military headquarters have emerged as the most tangible way for governments to pull together following Britain’s referendum to quit the bloc.

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Watch Samantha Power defend Al Qaeda and ISIS in Syria during her Security Council speech (video)

The internationally recognized, legitimate government of Syria is on the verge of freeing Aleppo from ISIS and Al Nusra. This would be a decisive blow to the US/Saudi/Qatar plan to overthrow Assad, and would constitute a near final nail in the coffin of Obama’s disastrous regime change policy in Syria. As defeat of Al Qaeda and ISIS in Aleppo nears, the US government, and its controlled main stream media is on a propaganda information war offensive of unprecedented nature, directed at discrediting Russia. Yesterday The Duran reported that Russia has called the US’s bluff on Syria, and with no other option aside from all out war with Russia, America has resigned itself to information warfare, that Russia and Syria will surely brush aside.

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Documents Reveal Widespread Abuse of Social Media Spying Tools by California Cops

The release of thousands of pages of documents has revealed that California law enforcement have secretly acquired social media monitoring tools that focus on activists. The American Civil Liberties Union of California has obtained thousands of pages of documents pertaining to California law enforcement agencies secretly purchasing social media surveillance software. The ACLU of California filed open records requests with 63 police departments, sheriffs, and district attorneys across California and found that at least 20 agencies across California are in possession of social media monitoring tools.

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Russian radar data shows no missile attack on MH17 from rebel side, indicates Ukraine involvement

Newly discovered raw data picked up by a civilian radar station on the day of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash shows no signs of a missile being fired at the plane from territory controlled by rebels, the Russian military and radar producer said. The existence of raw data was announced last week by Almaz-Antey, the producer of the Buk missile system. The system is believed by an international investigation to have caused the 2014 crash over Ukraine. One of Almaz-Antey’s subsidiaries is the producer of the Utyos-T civilian radar station. One such station is deployed near Ust-Donetsky village in western Russia. According to Almaz-Antey, memory chips from that station were replaced in July 2014, shortly after the tragic incident, and were discovered recently. Until now no raw radar data of the situation around MH17 at the time it was destroyed was thought to exist.

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Physicists Have Figured Out How to Create Matter and Antimatter Using Light

A team of researchers from the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IAP RAS) has just announced that they managed to calculate how to create matter and antimatter using lasers. This means that, by focusing high-powered laser pulses, we may soon be able to create matter and antimatter using light.

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World’s first ‘3-person baby’ born using ‘revolutionary’ method

The world has welcomed its first baby born through a new technique which incorporates DNA from three parents.

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Prominent Latin American Scientists Say Bill Gates’ Golden Rice Is a Total Failure

Nobel Laureates who have been pushing the genetically modified organism agenda deep into scientific circles are being lambasted by a group called the Union of Latin American Scientists Committed to Society and Nature (UCCSN-AL).

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Australian 25-year-old student has just come up with a way to fight drug-resistant superbugs without antibiotics

A 25-year-old student has just come up with a way to fight drug-resistant superbugs without antibiotics. The new approach has so far only been tested in the lab and on mice, but it could offer a potential solution to antibiotic resistance, which is now getting so bad that the United Nations recently declared it a "fundamental threat" to global health. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria already kill around 700,000 people each year, but a recent study suggests that number could rise to around 10 million by 2050.

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IRS set to use private debt collectors

The IRS announced Monday that it plans to start a new private debt-collection program in the spring. The program was authorized by a transportation funding law enacted last December. Contractors will work on the government’s behalf to collect debts from taxpayers who owe money but whose accounts are no longer being worked on directly by the IRS. The IRS said it has chosen four agencies to carry out the program. Two of the contractors are based in New York, one is based in California, and one is based in Iowa. The contractors are supposed to follow provisions of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and respect taxpayers’ rights, the IRS said in a news release.

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The Nobel Prize in Economics: How It Took a Hard Neoliberal Turn

"In other words, this is yet another case example of how a strategically placed individual did considerable harm."

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NATO is reviewing ‘nuclear playbook’ to deter ‘terrible attacks’ by Russia – Pentagon chief

The Pentagon chief put Russia on par with North Korea when he spoke about threats faced by the US and its allies, and the need to invest billions into refreshing NATO’s nuclear playbook to integrate conventional and unconventional deterrence methods.

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