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built on a foundation of silly putty

April 26, 2015
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built on a foundation of silly putty

One of the grandest scams of all time is still running along handsomely in spite of its core being exposed as nothing but hot air. Please keep in mind the source of so much global governmental meddling and the reality that flies in its face. More importantly, what it says about the proponent media, politicians…

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how the other half lives

April 23, 2015
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how the other half lives

How to get approximately $75k in benefits for you and your girlfriend. 1. Don’t get married to her. 2. Use your mom’s address to get mail sent to you. 3. The guy buys a house. 4. Guy rents out house to his girl girlfriend, who…

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war on anti-vaccine people

April 23, 2015
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war on anti-vaccine people

First They Came for the Anti-Vaxxers By Bretigne Shaffer When the story hit the news, I fully expected nationwide outcry similar to that inspired by the recent measles “epidemic” that began at Disneyland. That outbreak killed no-one, yet set the country on fire with calls…

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living in a war zone

April 23, 2015
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Battlefield America: The War on the American People By John W. Whitehead “A government which will turn its tanks upon its people, for any reason, is a government with a taste of blood and a thirst for power and must either be smartly rebuked, or…

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are pro-vaccine advocates illiterate?

April 18, 2015
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are pro-vaccine advocates illiterate?

by Sherri Tenpenny, DO, AOBNMM, ABIHM The speed at which the pro-vaccine forces are working to stomp out freedom of speech, freedom to learn and freedom of choice is simply staggering. Hijacking the media so they can take complete control of the message shows how…

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modern handgun ammo

April 17, 2015
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modern handgun ammo

The first rule of gunfighting: #1 Have a gun Practice is a close second. News reports OFTEN have guys emptying magazines towards each other missing their intended targets in a big hurry. The guy who hits first wins… or more accurately, Loses a lot less,…

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storm clouds

April 17, 2015
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storm clouds

Signs That The Elite Are Feverishly Preparing For Something BIG By Michael Snyder, on April 15th, 2015 What in the world are the elite up to? In recent days, we have learned that the New York Fed is moving a lot of operations to Chicago…

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our new car

April 15, 2015
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our new car

We just completed a round trip to Helena to fetch an attractive model of the car at the top of my list. I really didn’t expect to find one in good condition, but there it was. These have spectacular efficiency and longevity. With mechanical fuel…

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read the labels, and know why

April 14, 2015
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read the labels, and know why

High Fructose Corn Syrup Apologist or Shill? By Nate Rifkin Back in college, I took a took a nutrition class in a stadium-style room with about 199 other students… who would all quickly come to despise me. Because I couldn’t keep my mouth shut. Especially…

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Kansas or Oz

April 14, 2015
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Kansas or Oz

OTC Pain Reliever Found to Blunt Emotions Like Joy Heather Callaghan – from Activist Post It’s been about 12 years since Equilibrium quietly arrived in theaters, only to become better known as the years went on. The dystopian flick about the forced removal of emotions…

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distilling

April 13, 2015
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distilling

That the 40-somethings have nothing to learn from their parents has one of two possible assumptions. 1) Nature made a breakthrough in a single generation. Thousands of years of evolution suddenly spiked in the late 1900s making the current crop of middle-agers genius when compared…

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mandatory drinking the Kool-Aid

April 13, 2015
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mandatory drinking the Kool-Aid

It is certainly a bad thing when the media monopoly, the training monopoly and The State conspire to sell one side of a story. But in today’s Internet world, other views ARE available. People can trip over non-mainstream thought. Some escape the monolithic mind meld,…

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keep it open

April 12, 2015
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keep it open

A mind is like a parachute It only works when it is open Son, twenty years ago I trusted the same people you now trust. Oh their faces looked different, but their hearts and souls are identical. And that, trust me, is not complimentary. Power…

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another car guy blogger

April 12, 2015
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This morning I discovered Eric Peters’ website. Perhaps a half-generation younger, he is strikingly similar to me in many ways. He clearly understands and has plenty of experience with high-performance driving for the sheer delight in the act itself. He also fully comprehends The Nanny…

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why cops murder innocents

April 11, 2015
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why cops murder innocents

LNC Chair Nicholas Sarwark says murder charge against Walter Scott’s killer is only first step Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas Sarwark released the following statement today: “Mere words are insufficient to describe my outrage over the murder of Walter Scott by a man in a…

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Super Polluter – beats all the rest combined

April 10, 2015
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Super Polluter – beats all the rest combined

Chemtrail Pilot Blows the Lid Off OPERATION INDIGO SKYFOLD Maybe my fellow pilots will read or hear about this, and decide to come forward as well. The original version of this page as posted on our healthcare site is being attacked. Please bear with us…

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Iceland economics – same as the old boss

April 9, 2015
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Iceland economics – same as the old boss

Meet the new boss; same as the old boss. In Animal Farm, George Orwell writes of the barnyard overthrowing the wicked farmer and the evolution to a new boss – with no fundamental change in the structure of users and usees. That comes to mind…

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What Romance Can Tell Us About Government Regulation

April 9, 2015
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What Romance Can Tell Us About Government Regulation

by Julian Adorney from Mises Institute Dating is perhaps the freest “market” in the United States today, and its lack of regulation can teach us powerful lessons about the flaws inherent in government regulation. Most people recognize the absurdity of trying to regulate romantic relationships.…

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more re-purposed hardwood floor fun

April 8, 2015
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more re-purposed hardwood floor fun

I continue to enjoy working with the pickup truck full of oak flooring I salvaged out of Missoula for a hundred bucks or so (as I vaguely remember). I was lucky as all-get-out that I tripped over a great deal on a plastic imitation-snap-together hardwood…

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mashed potatoes n gravy

April 5, 2015
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mashed potatoes n gravy

I can’t cook for one. Okay, a bit strong, but I am rarely inspired enough to cook for one. Two. Now that’s okay. Cooking to share a meal is good. However, I’m a lot better cooking for 4, 5 or 6. A whole onion. A…

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Can Evil Be Defeated

April 5, 2015
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Can Evil Be Defeated

by Paul Craig Roberts from LewRockwell.com John W. Whitehead is a constitutional attorney. As head of the Rutherford Institute he is actively involved in defending our civil liberties. Being actively involved in legal cases, he experiences first hand the transformation of law from a shield…

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Updated List of ADMITTED False Flag Attacks

April 4, 2015
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from Investment Watch Preface: Readers are encouraged to post historically-documented instances in which a member of a government admits that his or her government carried out a false flag attack. While there are many documented false flag attacks, we’re focused on finding cases which are…

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continuing to corner the bear

April 4, 2015
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continuing to corner the bear

NATO missile shield in Europe stays, despite understanding over ‘nuclear Iran fairytale’ USS Lake Champlain, a Ticonderoga-class Aegis guided missile cruiser Despite a negotiated understanding with Tehran on the nuclear issue, the US is still going ahead with its missile defense installations in Europe, being…

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big spender on public schools

April 3, 2015
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I wrote, published and used the article below as part of my election campaign for Idaho Governor in 2006. Nine years later I’m looking smarter and smarter. But the electorate put their Xs next to the R … hmmm does “R” stand for “Rather not…

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serving the wrong master

April 2, 2015
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serving the wrong master

Acting governor Bullock just issued two vetoes that serve some master other than the people of Montana who he promised to, and agreed under oath, to serve. In fact, his actions are so counter to the job he is paid to do that his legitimacy…

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April 1st

April 1, 2015
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April 1st

Cheney’s confession By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor Former Vice President Dick Cheney surprised the world this morning during an interview in his luxurious Jackson Hole residence, when he admitted that the fourteen-year-old rumors that 9/11 was an inside job were actually true. In an…

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losing a war with Russia

March 31, 2015
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losing a war with Russia

USofA military is occupying something like 129 countries in the world… while almost none of them are occupying any country but their own. USofA Navy is prowling every large body of water as if they own ‘em all. No other country or combination of countries…

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