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Cash Strapped New Jersey Town Proposes Traffic Ticket Blitz to Raise Money

Plenty of cities and towns operate speed traps as thinly disguised revenue generating schemes. But few cities come right out and say it. Paterson, New Jersey, with a population of about 146,000, has proposed a plan to generate $3 million in new annual revenue by increasing the number of traffic tickets it’s police department issues … Continue reading

Julian Assange implies murdered DNC staffer was killed for leaking emails

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange implied in an interview that a murdered Democratic National Committee staffer was the source of a trove of damaging emails the rogue website posted just days before the party’s convention. Speaking to Dutch television program Nieuswsuur Tuesday after earlier announcing a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Seth … Continue reading

We Were Lied To About 9/11 – Episode 20 – Brian McGlinchey

Jon Gold Brian McGlinchey is the founder and director of 28Pages.org, an information and activism hub for the growing, nonpartisan movement to declassify a 28-page finding on foreign government support of the 9/11 hijackers. A native of Philadelphia who now lives in San Antonio, McGlinchey studied political science at Bucknell University, was a U.S. Army … Continue reading

False Flags and Their Deceptive History

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Bush Administration Official: Saudi Ties to 9/11 Hidden to Protect Iraq War Narrative

28Pages.org Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, Says Saudi Leads Never Thoroughly Investigated By Brian P. McGlinchey In his September 20, 2001 address to a joint session of Congress, President George W. Bush laid out a defining principle of his nascent war on terror: “We will pursue nations that provide aid or … Continue reading

House uprising thwarts change to Patriot Act

Finally, some good news! The Hill’s Cristina Marcos reports: The House failed to pass legislation on Monday to enhance a provision of the Patriot Act that encourages banks to tip off federal authorities to suspected cases of terrorist financing. Many libertarians warned of potential privacy violations if the measure went into effect, which helped prevent … Continue reading

Video: 5 officers killed in Dallas during protest

11 officers were shot, 5 fatally, this Thursday evening. The shootings began with sniper fire from at least 2 suspects just before 9 p.m. Central Time. The shootings started at the tail end of a demonstration over the police shootings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge on Tuesday and Philando Castile in St. Paul, Minnesota … Continue reading

Hawaii becomes first U.S. state to place gun owners on FBI database

Hawaii is implementing FBI tracking and monitoring of gun owners in it’s state. Hawaii police will be notified when a firearm owner from the state is arrested anywhere in the US. The new bill was signed into law on Thursday. Reuters Hawaii’s governor signed a bill making it the first state to place its residents … Continue reading

C.I.A. Arms for Syrian Rebels Supplied Black Market, Officials Say

The US Government is supplying the black market for weapons in the Middle East and arming ISIS while while simultaneously debating over how far to expand gun restrictions on it’s own population. The New York Times By MARK MAZZETTI and ALI YOUNES JUNE 26, 2016 AMMAN, Jordan — Weapons shipped into Jordan by the Central … Continue reading

66 million dead trees in California could fuel ‘catastrophic’ wildfires, officials say

The Guardian Trees are dying at an ‘unprecedented’ rate due to drought, warmer weather and a bark beetle epidemic, prompting the US agriculture secretary’s warning The number of trees in California’s Sierra Nevada forests killed by drought, a bark beetle epidemic and warmer temperatures has dramatically increased since last year, raising fears that they will … Continue reading