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Cheney: Next attack on US will be ‘something far more deadlier’ than 9/11

  Former Vice President Dick Cheney warned that the next terrorist attack on the US will be far worse than 9/11 during a nearly two-hour interview. He also took pride in the use of waterboarding and in giving the National Security Agency free reign. The 73-year-old sat down with neoconservative political pundit Bill Kristol on…

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Former DHS Chief Announces Plan To Sell Cyberattack Insurance

From the build-a-market-with-taxpayer-funds, collect-upon-‘retirement’ dept Our nation’s top security guards are all retiring to go into the cybersecurity business. Former NSA chief Keith Alexander is asking (only) $1million/month for his cybersecurity consultations, which apparently include the use of patents he developed completely unrelated to his NSA work in his basement during his spare time. Now,…

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America Isn’t Fully Communist, Just 70% Pink

  “The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Workers of the world, unite!” Most people remember Karl Marx’s most potent points and phrases, and the mountain of corpses his disciples left behind, especially in the 20th century. However, most forget or don’t even know the specific policies…

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VIDEO: Irate NSA Staffer Doesn’t Like Being Filmed in Public…for Some Reason…

The NSA sent someone bearing the nametag “Neal Z.” to the University of New Mexico’s Engineering and Science Career Fair today, in the hopes of recruiting young computer geniuses to help manage the yottabytes of data it is collecting about you. But instead of eager young applicants, Mr. Z. encountered University of New Mexico alumnus Andy Beale and student…

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U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT ORDERS 160,000 EBOLA HAZMAT SUITS

The U.S. State Department has ordered 160,000 Hazmat suits for Ebola, prompting concerns that the federal government is anticipating the rapid spread of a virus that has already claimed an unprecedented number of lives. In a press release posted by Market Watch, Lakeland Industries, a manufacturer of industrial protective clothing for first responders, announced that…

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Patriot Power Hour Special Broadcast (9-8-2014)

An update on the world just a few days from the 13th Anniversary of 9/11 — will ISIS, Russia, and/or the Banksters make this Fall one to remember, for all the wrong reasons?….     Learn more about your overlords – the Banksters – and how you can help humanity FIGHT BACK against these scum!…

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RESEARCH DEFINITIVELY PROVES TSA BODY SCANNERS ARE USELESS

Researchers with three of the nation’s top Universities have concluded that TSA body scanners can be easily defeated by anyone with a modicum of know how, confirming what Infowars first reported two years ago, that the machines are useless. Researchers at the University of California-San Diego, University of Michigan, and Johns Hopkins University presented their findings Thursday at the…

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Patriot Power Hour – Now On MIXLR!

  While Waking American Radio Network undergoes a complete overhaul, you can find the Patriot Power Hour w/ Lucifer Bernanke LIVE every Sunday night at 9 PM Eastern at www.mixlr.com/lucifer-bernanke. The show must go on! This week’s episode covers chaos on the Southern Border from nearly every angle possible; updates on the situation in Ukraine…

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Report: 8 Out Of 9 San Diego Fires Have ‘Suspicious Ignition Point’

Eight of the nine fires that San Diego firefighters are battling have a suspicious ignition point, meaning they didn’t start normally, a local ABC affiliate reported. Sources told the station that the fires didn’t start from a lawnmower or car engine starting, or from a discarded cigarette butt. One source, a long-time arson investigator who is…

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