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Washington State Bill Would Put Restrictions on Pentagon Military Equipment Transfers to Police

A bill introduced in the Washington State House would help block the federal militarization of local police, and indirectly help thwart federal efforts to enforce unconstitutional laws. Introduced by State Reps. Matt Shea (R-4), David Taylor (R-15), Graham Hunt (R-2), Cary Condotta (R-12), Elizabeth Scott (R-39), Jesse Young (R-26), and Bob McCaslin (R-4), House Bill 2203 (HB2203) would measures of oversight making it more difficult for law enforcement to obtain military hardware through the controversial Department of Defense (DoD) 1033 Program.
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Assad: Turkey Helping IS Fighters Enter Syria

Jihadists who travel to Syria to join Islamic State are being "logistically and militarily" supported by Turkey on a daily basis, according to Bashar al Assad. The Syrian president has accused his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, of ignoring would-be terrorists as they attempt to cross the border between the two nations.
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How Mushrooms Could Hold the Key to Our Long-Term Survival as a Species

The collapse of our planets natural ecosystem is accelerating, but it turns out nature may have already developed the technology to save us. And its right under our feet. Mycelium is the vast, cotton-like underground fungal network that mushrooms grow frommore than 2,000 acres of the stuff forms the largest known organism on Earth. Omnipresent in all soils the planet over, it holds together and literally makes soil through its power to decompose organic and inorganic compounds into nutrients. It has incredible powers to break up pollutants, filter water, and even treat disease, and its the star of a film called Fantastic Fungi thats currently raising fundsto bring awareness to how we can wield its many properties to save the world.
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Indian warplanes go missing during upgrade in Ukraine – report

The Indian Air Force sent 40 An-32s to Ukraine to be upgraded at the Kiev-based state-owned Antonov plant under a 2009 service contract. But the last five of them have become “untraceable,” an Indian Air Force official told Defense News. Another 64 An-32 had to be upgraded locally, but Ukrainian engines tasked with the job departed and the supply of spare parts stopped, he added.
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Rogue Idiots Carry Out False Flags

Not Just Governments … Private Idiots, As Well Governments all over the world admit that they carry out false flag terror.
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All's well with Afghanistan opium trade

Pay him not to grow the poppy Business is booming! "Two years after the ousting of the Taliban regime, which had cracked down ruthlessly on the cultivation of opium, production of the substance last year hit 3,600 tones, up 6 per cent over the previous year, and surveys of farmers show a further increase is likely this year." This war against terrorists is great for the drug trade. See any pattern when troops are garrisoned? The protection racket just runs their traffic with more efficiency.
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Big Brother Is Here: Facebook Reveals Its Master Plan - Control All News Flow

Given the enormity of what Facebook is trying to achieve, I have some obvious concerns. First, since all of the leverage seems to reside with Facebook, I fear they are likely to get the better part of any deal by wide margin. Second, if they succeed in this push, this single company’s ability to control access to news and what is trending and deemed important by a huge section of humanity will be extraordinary.
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Vladimir Putin says Russia will fight for the right of Palestinians to their own state

Vladimir Putin has said Russia will fight for an independent Palestinian state, and called for the issues of the Middle East to be resolved through peaceful means. Despite international criticism over Russia’s own role in the Ukrainian crisis, Mr Putin was hailed last week by a St Petersburg Cossack group for his ability to “bring order and stop wars”.
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What’s REALLY Going On In Yemen

Confused about the war in Yemen? Here’s what’s really going on … Yemen – previously called “Aden” – has one of the oldest civilizations in the Middle East. But it has been racked with violence for a long time. In the 1960s, a pro-Arab nationalist faction clashed with the British – who wanted Yemen to become a Western-controlled natural resource hub – and devolved into brutal fighting, with both sides using terrorism.
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Chances For Diplomatic Solution To Ukraine Conflict "Slim", Soc Gen Says

Depending on which side of the story you believe, the crisis in Ukraine represents either an attempt by the Kremlin to realize territorial ambition and reassert Russian dominance in the Baltics by violating other countries’ sovereignty or it represents yet another attempt by Washington to prop up puppet governments with financial and military support in order to advance US foreign policy aims even if that means risking armed conflict. As is usually the case, the truth likely lies somewhere in the middle, although one has to admit that recent events seem to validate the Russian security council’s claims that “the armed forces are considered as the basis of US national security and military superiority is considered a major factor in the American world leadership.”
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“Failure to Obey” Documentary on Checkpoint Refusal

According to current federal law, border patrol agents currently have the authority to stop and conduct searches on vessels, trains, aircraft, or other vehicles anywhere within “a reasonable distance from any external boundary of the United States.” This “reasonable distance” is defined as 100 miles from any border, including coastal boundaries. In this 100-mile zone, the US Border Patrol has claimed certain extra-constitutional powers, such as, claiming the authority to operate inland immigration checkpoints.
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Arab leaders agree joint military force

Decision mostly aimed at fighting jihadists who have overrun swathes of Iraq and Syria and secured a foothold in Libya... Arab leaders agreed on Sunday to form a joint military force after a summit dominated by a Saudi-led offensive on Shiite rebels in Yemen and the threat from Islamist extremism. Arab representatives will meet over the next month to study the creation of the force and present their findings to defence ministers within four months, according to the resolution adopted by the leaders.
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Mega downer: Kim Dotcom loses $67mn of assets to US govt

Megaupload streaming service mogul Kim Dotcom has just been slapped with a civil penalty from the US government. The lawsuit will cost him $67 million worth of assets, including cars, property and luxury goods. The victory by the US court comes as he lost the right to contest the seizure of the assets. Dotcom, who is wanted in the United States for copyright infringement through the former file-sharing website, told the Herald on Sunday that this is indicative of the “sad state” of the US justice system.
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New probe into Clinton's Muslim assistant Huma Abedin started by Senate

Senate Republicans are again attempting to ascertain why former-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton top assistant Huma Abedin, was allowed to keep working at the State Department under a special, part-time status while also being employed at a politically-connected consulting firm, according to news reports on Saturday. Questions also linger about Ms. Abedin's alleged connection to the Muslim Brotherhood's women's auxiliary while having access to classified information and documents.
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VIDEO: Protester Shot Directly In the Face With Tear Gas Canisters

“I was gasping for air… I lost consciousness,” Trudeau-Tremblay, an 18-year-old Quebec City post-secondary CEGEP student, said. She explains that she never thought officers would violate her right to protest by using unprovoked violence. She adds that she has the officer’s badge number and that her mother, Catherine Tremblay, has already obtained an attorney to hold the police accountable in court.
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Report: US Stationing Marines In Ghana On Eve Of Nigerian Elections

Nigerian Watch reports that “that there may be post-election violence, especially after the results are announced as neither the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) or the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) is likely to accept defeat.” Nigerian Watch reported that one of its sources has claimed that two Hercules C-130 airplanes touched down at Kotoka Airport a week ago and carried three helicopters inside.
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Blatant Fraud Discredits 43 Major Scientific Studies

Some scientific researchers are rigging the peer review process to speed up publication and defraud the scientific community. This week, BioMed Central officially retracted 43 papers published in its family of nearly 300 journals, covering topics from prostate cancer diagnostics to repairing broken ankles.
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US National Guard sends 12 F-15 interceptor jets to Europe to guard against Russia

Florida Air Guard is to deploy 12 F-15C jets and about 200 airmen to Europe as part of Washington’s military build-up, which it claims is necessary to protect European NATO members from Russian aggression. The fighters and troops from the 125th Fighter Wing of the Florida Air National Guard are to go to Europe in mid-April, the US Air Forces in Europe reported this week. The F-15C Eagles are equipped with advanced air-to-air radar and sniper targeting equipment that allows visual tracking at extremely long ranges.
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The Real Reason Harry Reid is Retiring

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) explains his shocking decision to not seek re-election and retire when his term ends in 2016 by telling the New York Times, “he was worried his race would consume campaign money that would be needed in other competitive states as Democrats try to regain control of the Senate.” “I think it is unfair for me to be soaking up all the money to be re-elected with what we are doing in Maryland, in Pennsylvania, in Missouri, in Florida,” Reid told the Times. Reid said neither his recent eye injury nor concern over his chances of winning played a factor in his decision.
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Anti-Depressants Found In Death Pilot’s Home

Andreas Lubitz, who was flying the Germanwings jetliner that slammed into a mountain in the French Alps on Tuesday, sought treatment for vision problems that may have jeopardized his ability to continue working as a pilot, two officials with knowledge of the investigation said Saturday.
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