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The U.S.-Backed Government In Ukraine Is Starting To Lose The Civil War

The mainstream media in the U.S. is being very quiet about this, but the truth is that the U.S.-backed government in Kiev is starting to lose the civil war. This week, the separatists captured the very important railway junction of Debaltseve despite the fact that a ceasefire is supposed to be in place. Buoyed by a constant influx of Russian weapons and supplies, the separatists have gained a clear upper hand in the conflict.
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Since 9/11, The U.S. Has Been Involved In More Than 5 Wars … And They’ve All Been Disasters

Christians are being rounded up and killed, and Christian leaders in Iraq say the end of Christianity in Iraq is “very near”. But as we documented in 2012, Saddam Hussein – for all his faults – was a secular leader who tolerated Christians.
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Feds: Anti-Government Groups a Bigger Threat Than ISIS

They've lashed out against authority in incidents such as one in 2012, in which a father and son allegedly engaged in a shootout with police in Louisiana, in a confrontation that began with an officer pulling them over for a traffic violation. Two officers were killed and several others wounded in the confrontation. The men were sovereign citizen extremists who claimed police had no authority over them.
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“Too Big To Fails” Have Stopped Being Banks

“Banks don’t have a need for deposits, and the demand for loans by households and firms is weak,” Niels Storm Stenbaek, chief economist at the Danish Bankers Association, said in a phone interview. Wait … what?
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Oligarch Rules: Jeb Bush Surrounds Himself With Architects Of His Brother's Iraq War

It may be hard to believe, but either one of the two status quo choices for U.S. President currently being force-fed down the American public’s throat will be almost unquestionably more imperial and warlike than Barack Obama. The reason is simple. Any society that apathetically stands by as one President after the other tramples on the Constitution will be subject to a litany of increasingly tyrannical, and even insane, leaders. This is why the oligarchy isn’t even pretending that we live in a Republic or a Democracy anymore. They are shoving our pathetic servitude right in our face by putting up these two preposterous and dangerous candidates.
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Is this the beginning of the end for the eurozone?

It’s Germany vs. Greece, And The Very Survival Of The Eurozone Is At Stake
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World's biggest PR firm calls it quits with American oil lobby – reports

The world’s largest public relations firm is ending its lucrative relationship with America’s powerful oil lobby – after more than a decade and at least $327m in billings. Circumstances of the divorce between Edelman public relations and the American Petroleum Institute (API) were not immediately clear.
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US Embassy: Turkey, US sign deal to train, arm Syrian rebels

Turkey and the United States signed an agreement Thursday to train and arm Syrian rebels fighting the Islamic State group, said the U.S. Embassy in Ankara. The two countries have been in talks about such a pact for several months. The deal was signed Thursday evening by U.S Ambassador John Bass and Turkish Foreign Ministry undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioglu, said Embassy spokesman Joe Wierichs.
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Superbug linked to 2 deaths at UCLA hospital; 179 potentially exposed

Nearly 180 patients at UCLA's Ronald Reagan Medical Center may have been exposed to potentially deadly bacteria from contaminated medical scopes, and two deaths have already been linked to the outbreak.
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Cars Are Delivering Tons Of Driving Data To Manufacturers With Minimal Security And Even Less Transparency

Nothing's driving the acquisition of data faster than, well, driving. As new technology makes its way into vehicles, so does the apparent desire to harvest information about the vehicle itself. Between the outside harvesting (automatic plate readers that gather plate/location data, as well as photos of vehicle occupants) and the "inside" transmissions, there's very little any number of unknown entities won't know about a person's driving habits. And that's not even including what's transmitted and collected by drivers' omnipresent smartphones and their installed apps.
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US Government Proposes "Sugary-Food Tax" To Curb Obesity

The totalitarian arm of the ever-growing government appears to know no limit. In today's "oh no they didn't" moment, the US Government's diet panel has dictated proposed one more oppression of American's freedom to choose.
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Element Of Surpwhat? Pentagon Reveals Details Of Iraq Military Offensive Involving Up To 25,000 Troops

First, the US openly allows potential Jihadist elements (don't worry, the answered "moderate" on the questionnaire) to call in B-1B strikes, and now in all its Sun Tzu-esque brilliance, the Pentagon is handing out not only issuing press releases on its military invasion calendar, but its troops deployment numbers as well. According to Reuters, the United States sees an Iraqi military offensive involving 20,000-25,000 troops to retake Mosul from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in April-May, a U.N. military official said on Thursday.
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UK Guardian, Bank of England: ‘Banks create money as debt.’ Translation: debt-free money, at-cost credit create instant prosperity

The UK Guardian is Earth’s third most-read on-line newspaper. In a revealing article, The truth is out: money is just an IOU, and the banks are rolling it in, the author explains what the Bank of England and US Federal Reserve admit: What we use for money is created as debt by private banks.
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Syria: Special Forces From Turkey Attack The Syrian Arab Army

Yesterday the Syrian Arab Army tried to relief the insurgent-besieged villages of Nubl and al-Zahraa and to close the corridor between the city of Aleppo and the Turkish border to the north. The troops captured three villages and nearly closed the gap in their ring around Aleppo but were pushed out again in an onslaught by hundreds of enemies coming from the direction of the Turkish border.
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Clinton Foundation Receiving Millions From Proponents of Keystone XL

Fossil fuel corporations and a Canadian trade agency that has promoted the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline have donated millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation, which is jointly run by Hillary, Bill, and Chelsea.
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New York Is Trying To Ban Butcher Knives and Machetes Now

New York State has long been notorious for heavily restricting and banning weapons. Critics have suggested that the bans that started with firearms could end up banning anything and everything the State decided citizens should not be trusted with. Meanwhile, New York has seen some of the most militaristically-armed police forces in the nation.
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The Chicago police used appalling military interrogation tactics for decades

From Russian roulette to electric shocks to genitalia, abuse associated with black sites has happened in the heart of America
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Cable networks are speeding up TV shows to cram in ads

If "Seinfeld" sounds funnier to you than normal, you're right. TBS is one of the cable networks that are speeding up their content in order to squeeze more commercials inside their ad breaks, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. The strategy has been noted on TBS' repeats of "Seinfeld," as well as its airing last fall of "The Wizard of Oz."
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Greece bows in bailout standoff as cash runs out — but paymaster Germany says no

Germany rejected a Greek proposal for a six-month extension to its eurozone loan agreement on Thursday, saying it was “not a substantial solution” because it did not commit Athens to stick to the conditions of its international bailout.
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AIPAC: Netanyahu’s Silent Partner

As the bitter diplomatic row between the United States and Israel plays out in Washington, the largest and most influential pro-Israel lobby has largely been silent. But don’t confuse this silence for surrender. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) still wields tremendous influence on Capitol Hill, where Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will deliver a speech March 3 that’s expected to criticize President Barack Obama’s nuclear negotiations with Iran.
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