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FOREST RANGER SPOTS HIDDEN CABIN IN WOODS, FINDS CREEPY MYSTERY INSIDE

A forest ranger in California stumbled upon a tidy squatter’s cabin in the woods. The squatter, who was never identified, was left an eviction notice to make way for logging. While marking trees to be harvested for the first time in 30 years, a forest ranger stumbled across quite the odd sight. Although he didn’t … Continue reading

Private Corporation Giving Cops Free License Plate Scanners in Exchange for All Data they Collect

Originally posted on American Everyman:
by Justin Gardner Texas police departments are conspiring with a private company called Vigilant Solutions in an outrageous scheme to maximize the extortion of citizens, while collecting reams of personal information to use for commercial profit. In the deal—dubbed “warrant redemption”—Texas law enforcement agencies get free automated license plate readers…

Hillary is going to be indicted

Originally posted on Mario Murillo Ministries:
  Hillary is going to be indicted By Cathy Burke   |   Friday, 08 Jan 2016 04:39 PM The FBI and intelligence community “would go ballistic” if there’s no indictment in the case of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s A former U.S. Attorney predicts a Watergate-style showdown in the Department…

Armed Militiamen Occupy National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon

Russia Today Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s three sons and “about 150” militiamen have occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge HQ to protest the pending imprisonment of two Oregon ranchers accused of arson, arguing the federal government has no authority in local cases. “We’re going to be freeing these lands up, and getting ranchers back to … Continue reading

‘Almost too late’: fears of global superbug crisis in wake of antibiotic misuse

The Guardian It is “almost too late” to stop a global superbug crisis caused by the misuse of antibiotics, a leading expert has warned. Scientists have a “50-50” chance of salvaging existing antibiotics from bacteria which has become resistant to its effects, according to Dr David Brown. The director at Antibiotic Research UK, whose discoveries … Continue reading

Cherry Juice Improves Memory and Cognition in Dementia Patients

An Australian study has found that simple cherry juice improves memory and cognition in adults with dementia. The study was conducted with adults 70 and older who suffered from mild to moderate dementia. Over a 12 week period it was found that those who drank a daily dose of cherry juice experienced positive improvements in … Continue reading

Meme of the Day: The Definition of Insanity

Intelligence agencies pounce on Paris attacks to pursue spy agenda

The Guardian Government officials are wasting no time in attempting to exploit the tragedy in Paris to pass invasive anti-privacy laws and acquire extraordinary new powers that they have wanted for years. In the process, they are making incredibly dishonest arguments and are receiving virtually no pushback from the media. Absent any actual information or … Continue reading

Julian Assange: Google Is Hillary Clinton’s ‘Secret Weapon’

Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, said on Thursday that “Google was now Hillary’s secret weapon.” GBOOZA reports: Assange was referring to The Groundwork, a stealthy startup funded by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt that’s providing consulting services to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s campaign. According to Quartz, The Groundwork is building digital infrastructure like the … Continue reading

Meme of the Day: Trust me!