$27,500 Rifle

  A new company in Texas is selling a precision rifle with a unique technology that allows even an inexperienced shooter to hit a target 10 football fields away. The price tag is a staggering $27,500. Tracking Point describes the…

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Capital Levy on Private Wealth

Bankers propose “capital levy” on private wealth  By Luis Miranda Our times are “taxing times”, with banks getting free fiat money at 0% percent interest, while their cohorts who work for transnational financial entities demand the confiscation of privately owned…

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Human Computer Chip US Approved

Wednesday Oct 9th, a computer chip the size of a grain of rice was approved by The Food and Drug Administration for implantation in a patient’s arm. VeriChip, manufactured by  Applied Digital Solutions of Delray Beach, Fla., is insert  under the skin in…

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Shut Up and Hand Over Your Wallet

Here’s a little secret about the bill Congress has approved ending the partial government shutdown and preventing a possible federal default:   it is stuffed full of goodies, paybacks and projects.  Surprised? There’s $2.9 billion  to  upgrade a lock in the Ohio…

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Humans Are A Spreading Cancer

Alan Weisman, in The World Without Us, which the NY Times described as the finest of nonfiction, described how wonderful earth would be if humans ceased to exist.    Of course, if humans ceased to exist, how would nuts like Weisman know…

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Americans and Prison

“Every ten or eleven people that you meet, someone is going to either know someone in prison, has been in prison with a record, or you met them and they are going off to prison,” says Michael Stoll, co-author of…

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3 1/2 Minutes

“We are no longer a great country, but used to be”, according to the video below. We are losing our freedoms on a daily basis because our elected officials no longer listen to nor do they care about we the people. They…

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Centralized Power and Slavery

It took strong, centralized power in D.C. to create, sustain and protect the institution of slavery. Most Americans believe the liberal narrative that states were the power behind slavery and as a result,  opponents of decentralizing the U.S. system, use…

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