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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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Government Workers Top Private Sector In Filing Workers Comp Claims

Government workers are almost twice as likely to file reports for illnesses or injuries related to chronic conditions than workers in the private sector, according to the latest annual report to the state’s Workers’ Compensation Commission. The report, which does not cover traumatic injuries such as shootings or car accidents, covers claims from 2012, the…

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Car Repos Soar 70% As Auto Subprime Bubble Pops; “It’s Contained” Promises Fed

While on the surface the US economy has been chugging along from GDP-crashing “snow in the winter” to GDP-cratering “warmer|cooler than expected weather in the spring|summer|fall“, with bouts of GDP-boosting inventory accumulation inbetween, in recent months two very disturbing trends about that all important dynamo behind the economy, the US consumer, have emerged. On one…

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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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Student Loans Soar To Record $1.111 Trillion, Up 12% In Past Year

We have covered the topic of the student loan bubble extensively in the past so we won’t waste more digital ink on where it comes from or what it means for the troubled US consumer, suffice to report that according to the Fed, in Q1 total Federal student loans rose by another $31 billion to a…

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An Iowa City with a Population of 7,000 Will Receive Armored Military Vehicle

  I’ve covered the militarization of the domestic police force on several occasions on this website. For those of you who need a refresher, I suggest reading the following: There are Over 50,000 SWAT Team Raids Annually in America Retired Marine Colonel to New Hampshire City Council: “We’re Building a Domestic Army” Video of the…

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Billions In Hidden Subsidies Going To Too-Big-To-Fail Banks

As the first round of submissions to the Federal Government’s Financial Systems Inquiry closed this week there was a timely reminder that the fundamental cause of the global financial crisis is still deeply embedded in the banking system. The world’s wealthiest and most powerful banks still operate behind the shield of being “too-big-to-fail” (TBTF), an…

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The Tax Man Cometh (OBAMA0

A List Of 97 Taxes Americans Pay Every Year

If you are like most Americans, paying taxes is one of your pet peeves. The deadline to file your federal taxes is coming up, and this year Americans will spend more than 7 billion hours preparing their taxes and will hand over more than four trillion dollars to federal, state and local governments. Americans will…

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Nearly 1 Million Obamacare ‘Enrollees’ Have Never Paid Any Premium

It won’t be long before the March 31 Obamacare enrollment deadline arrives, and the latest data still show that very few people have signed up for the scheme. In fact, according to recent figures put out by the Obama administration, there have only been about 4.2 million total enrollments logged in healthcare exchanges across the…

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