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Avian flu update: lull in new H7N9 cases

Epidemic has spread to three more Chinese provinces, but no new cases reported since 7 May.

WHO: New virus can probably pass person to person The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday it appeared likely that the novel coronavirus, which has killed 18 people in the Middle East and Europe, could be passed between people in close contact.

Feds Order YouTube To Censor March On Monsanto Videos

Putin again warns Netanyahu hands off Syria

Senators vote to weaken entry-exit system in immigration bill

Criminal Syndicate Of Banks Is Raping The Gold Market

IRS Scandal Plot Thickens Over Obama Enemies List

Something Is Rotten In The Denver Airport- Photos

One Drink DUI? Feds Want To Lower Threshold

Navy Drone Catapulted From Carrier Deck Into Flight For the first time in naval aviation history, a drone was catapulted off the deck of an aircraft carrier and soared into flight. The U.S. Navy conducted the test Tuesday from aircraft carrier George H.W. Bush off the Virginia coast with its X-47B experimental

9/11 ‘Conspiracy Theorist’ Removed from UN Panel A former MI5 intelligence officer who has said that the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks were orchestrated by the U.S. government “as a pretext for war and… to erode our freedom” has been removed from a June 6 United Nations panel discussion in New York.

Shocking Police State Video– Vid

San Jose Airport Cop Hassles Man Recording TSA- Vid

Tesla Motors – Believe The Hype can drive up to 300 miles on a single charge, depending on the battery size. It’s surprisingly powerful, with the top model capable of achieving 0-60 mph acceleration in 4.2 seconds (for some perspective, that’s faster than Audi’s V-12 R8 sports car).

The Facing Stones Of The Large Pyramids- Photos

Technology, Food Additives, Air Pollution Linked To Dementia

Beaver-Sized Rodents Are Devouring Louisiana

The mystery of New York’s eternal flame: Baffled scientists admit they are unsure where the gas that keeps landmark burning comes from Thousands of eternal flames across the world are usually kept alight by gas formed from boiling hot ancient rocks- Rocks found beneath New York flame in Chestnut Ridge County Park aren’t hot enough to produce this gas

Did the plague help finish off the Romans?
Researchers find traces of killer ‘Black Death’ bacteria in pandemic that killed 100 MILLION and triggered decline of Empire

Food Industry Plan To Makes Us Think Sodas Are Healthy

Big Coverup To Hide Prince Charles – Savile Relationship

Nigel Farage On Wholesale, Violent Revolution In Europe – Vid

US dictatorship and its free fall The oft spoken of New World Order is now much more than conspiracy or myth. The United States is now and has been little more than a colony, to be bled dry.

G.O.P. Split Over Whether to Waste Time Investigating Benghazi or
Repealing Obamacare

France set to introduce 1% ‘internet tax’

Japanese Mayor – WW2 Sex Slaves Were Necessary

Obama faces tough decisions on Syria as pressure for intervention mounts As the president prepares to meet the prime ministers of Britain and Turkey, what are his options on the Syrian civil war?

British MP calls for direct military intervention in Syria

Turkish fighter jet lost near Syria
Military says F-16 jet crashed about 30 miles from border, although Turkish TV channel says it was probably an accident

Netanyahu’s Home Expenses Near £1 Million

Mystery substance sent to US Consulate in China

N Korea Propaganda Film…About Western Propaganda – Vid the truth comes\ufeff from strange places!

3 Reasons You Can’t Find a Job three reasons finding a job in today’s market is so difficult: a mismatch of skills, government regulations, and uncertainty in the market. These three things all have one common factor: government interference.

Shootings By Philly Cops Soar As Violent Crime Drops

Southern California faces possible outages Southern California Edison is once again urging customers in the Coachella Valley and across the utility’s 50,000-square-mile service territory to start conserving energy now as it prepares for a second summer without its San Onofre nuclearpower plant.

US windfarms avoiding prosecution for eagle deaths More than 83,000 hunting birds are killed by windfarms each year but no wind energy company has been fined The Obama administration has never fined or prosecuted a windfarm for killing eagles and other protected bird species, shielding the industry from liability and helping keep the scope of the deaths secret, an Associated Press investigation has found.

2nd Volcano This Month is Heating Up in Alaska ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Another volcano in Alaska is heating up, with seismic instruments signaling a possible eruption, scientists said Monday.

US building military base near Iran
Press TV – Press TV’s correspondent in Afghanistan says the base is being built in an area known as Chahlang in Farah province. The site of the construction is three kilometers from the Iranian border.

Germany to investigate Western pharm companies over ‘human guinea pig’ drug trials
RT – German authorities are planning to launch an investigation into tens of thousands of patients in former East Germany who were allegedly used for drug trials without their consent “as guinea pigs,” after a media report sparked a wave of outrage.

US won’t attend Iran-led UN disarmament councils Press
TV – The Obama Administration has announced that they will no longer allow their ambassador to attend UN Conference on Disarmament meetings because the rotating chairman position has passed to Iran.

ICC investigating attack on Gaza flotilla Press TV – The International Criminal Court says it has launched a preliminary investigation into Israel’s deadly attack on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla in 2010 to see if war crimes or crimes against humanity had been committed.

Leaving Afghanistan to cost US $7bn Press TV – The U.S. military never does anything cheap, and that includes withdrawing troops. Officials had been reporting vaguely about the costs of Afghan withdrawal rising, and analysts now say it could cost in excess of $7 billion.

Benghazi, IRS, AP scandals — will buck ever stop with Obama? Fox News – The first question for White House spokesman Jay Carney at Tuesday’s press briefing went right to the heart of the growing crisis facing President Obama

Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder to gun, ammo makers: Missouri is open for business Lt. Governor Peter Kinder today urged Gov. Nixon and legislative leaders to back efforts to recruit firearms
manufacturers to Missouri….

U.S. Taxpayers Footing Bill That Promotes Monsanto Abroad: Report

Feds seize money from Dwolla account belonging to top Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox
The Department of Homeland Security has apparently shut down a key mobile payments account associated with Mt. Gox, the largest Bitcoin exchange.

Florida Intentionally Shortened Yellow Traffic Light Lengths To Raise 50 Million In Additional Ticket Revenues Florida’s rules regarding traffic signals has allowed local cities and counties to shorten yellow light intervals, resulting in millions of dollars in additional red light camera fines.

Wells Fargo sued on claims it wrongfully litigated California man to death
RT – Larry Delassus’ heart stopped on December 19, 2012 during a court hearing against Wells Fargo, the bank that had for two years demanded he pay more than ten thousand dollars of his neighbor’s late property taxes and is now being sued for wrongful death.

ExxonMobil Arkansas oil spill poses health risks for locals RT – After 210,000 gallons of heavy crude spilled into an Arkansas community, ExxonMobil assured residents that toxic chemicals have remained at safe levels. But locals say they are suffering from deteriorating health conditions and trouble breathing.

Eat garlic and onions every day for optimum heart health, immunity, cancer prevention (NaturalNews) Both of these bulbous veggies also contain numerous compounds that protect against cancer. Perhaps most notable is the protection they provide against colon cancer. Studies have suggested that diets high in garlic and onions may protect against the development of pre-cancerous lesions in the colon as well as in the linings of the digestive tract and intestines.

Immigration Reform 2013: LGBT Discrimination and National ID Showcase Republican Hypocrisy

E-Verify’s biometric database A huge step toward a permission-slip society
“Maybe we should just brand all the babies.” With this mocking remark, Ronald Reagan dismissed a national ID proposal in 1981. In the 32 years since, Americans have rejected various forms of national ID. But now biometric national ID is back at America’s doorstep, and most Americans don’t even realize. Inside the Senate’s immigration reform proposalis a section on electronic employment verification. This will  mandate employers use a system, known as E-Verify, to check the Form I-9 information of all employees — citizens and immigrants — against a federal database containing their name, Social Security number (SSN), address, date of birth and work authorization status.

Boy Scouts, Supreme Court Decision on Homosexuality Could Be Connected Later this month, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) will decide the most controversial issue in its 103 year history-namely, whether or not every chartered Boy Scout unit will be required to foster open homosexuality in their units by accepting “openly homosexual” boys.

Report: Syria Already Has Advanced Russian Missiles Advanced Russian missile launchers have already been transferred to President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, reports an Arabic newspaper.

Associated Press feels the wrath of the Orwellian police state government it helped put into power Associated Press reporters are outraged over recent revelations that the Obama administration engaged in a “sweeping seizure” of the private phone records of AP reporters as part of a Justice Department investigation. No probable cause was given to anyone, and hundreds of AP reporters were simply deemed guilty by the government as their phone call records were confiscated without explanation.

Document: IRS ordered conservative educational group to turn over a list of high school and college students it trained

Record High Gold Bullion Sales at the Perth Mint The Perth Mint of Australia achieved record breaking sales for gold bullion products in April,

U.S. Military ‘Power Grab’ Goes Into Effect
Pentagon Unilaterally Grants Itself Authority Over ‘Civil Disturbances’

For Minnesota gay marriage sponsors, it’s personal
Minnesota » Guv’s signature makes same-sex marriage legal in 12th state.
St. Paul, Minn. • As a crowd of thousands roared from the lawn of the state Capitol, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signed the bill Tuesday that makes gay marriage legal here come Aug. 1. “What a day for Minnesota!” the Democratic governor declared, as American and rainbow flags flapped in a sweltering hot wind (OF HELL!).

Tornadoes hit North Texas; 6 dead, dozens injured

75 Years in Prison For Videotaping Police
Michael Allison faces 75 years in prison for five counts of recording law enforcement officials without their consent in Robinson, Illinois. Most states allow citizens to record audio in public of on-duty law enforcement officials without their permission. But that’s considered a felony in Illinois, punishable by up to 15 years in prison for each offense.

22 NYPD Cops To Nab A Single Subway Fare Dodger – Vid

Stocks Disconnect From Reality And Everything Else

Crap Cannon:
Israel sprays putrid liquid to control West Bank crowd

White kids will no longer be a majority in just a few years (CNNMoney) White, non-Hispanic kids will no longer make up the majority of America’s youth in just five to six years, according to Census Bureau projections released Wednesday.

U.S. tax dollars promote Monsanto’s GMO crops overseas Reuters) – U.S.
taxpayers are footing the bill for overseas lobbying that promotes controversial biotech crops developed by U.S.-based Monsanto Co

Monsanto wins landmark patent case in Supreme Court
The United States Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of biotech giant Monsanto, closing the door on a patent case that has pitted a smalltime farmer from Indiana against a titan of the agriculture industry.

Russia to expel diplomat arrested trying to recruit for CIA Russia has said it will expel a US diplomat accused of working as a spy after he was arrested while trying to recruit a Russian agent for the CIA

Suicide leading cause of gun deaths When faith leaders sat down with Vice President Joe Biden last week to talk about the next steps in advancing gun control legislation, they discussed the usual issues like background checks and gun trafficking. But one aspect of gun violence came up that united the group in a deeper way, according to one of the attendees, and it’s an issue that’s getting hardly any attention on Capitol Hill: suicide.

EU Crisis As 17 Countries Plunge Deeper Into Recession

HSBC To Cut Up To 14,000 More Jobs

Police Beat a Father To Death While He Begs For Help – Then Arrest
Witnesses and Confiscate Video BAKERSFIELD, CA — Kern County deputies beat an intoxicated man to death in the street Tuesday night, then detained and intimidated witnesses, confiscated video evidence, and arrested another man who spoke out.

Passenger drone: Unmanned plane takes maiden flight over UK skies Large civilian planes remotely operated by a controller on the ground could become a reality  within just a few years

Spanish Minister of Economy Confirmed For Bilderberg 2013 Jurriaan Maessen – Another elected official is confirmed for Bilderberg 2013

Obama fires acting IRS commissioner as pressure grows Daily Mail – President Barack Obama has thrown his acting IRS commissioner overboard, making Steven Miller the highest-ranking political casualty thus far in a series of scandals that have swept his administration in recent weeks.

IRS exec got $42k in bonuses in three years Washington Examiner – Lois Lerner, the senior executive in charge of the IRS tax exemption department and the federal employee at the center of the exploding scandal over the IRS targeting of conservative, evangelical and pro-Israel non-profits, was given $42,531 in bonuses between 2009 and 2011.

House Bill Calls for IRS Hiring Freeze Greta Van Susteren reports today that Republican Rep. Randy Forbes of Virginia has introduced legislation to impose a hiring freeze on the federal taxation agency. The bill is aimed at preventing the feds from using the IRS to implement Obamacare.

Seatbelt Laws Can Be Deadly Not “buckling up for safety” can get you killed all right. By a cop. That’s what happened to Deland, Florida resident Marlon Brown about a week ago. Brown was killed – run over – by Deland Police Officer James Harris, who pursued him with his squad car after Brown tried to run away on foot after being stopped over a seatbelt violation.

Lies, Lies, and More Lies – Your Government in Action Great video breakdown of Benghazi, IRS and AP scandals revealing Obama’s culture of corruption.

JP Morgan Eligible Gold Inventories Fall Another 14%! – JP Morgan drops another 22,759 oz of gold (14%) from their Eligible Inventories. They now only have a mere 137,377 oz available in their Eligible Category! Furthermore, 32,049 oz of gold were withdrawn from Scotia Mocatta’s Eligible inventories, now reducing the total gold in the Comex vaults below 8 million oz.

House panel set to OK cut in food stamp program Yahoo News – The House bill would cut about $2.5 billion a year – or a little more than 3 percent – from the food stamp program, which is used by 1 in 7 Americans.

Pregnant Mom Of 4 Sentenced To Prison For Refusing To Serve In Iraq Private First Class Kimberly Rivera, mother of four children and pregnant with a fifth, was sentenced on April 29 to 14 months imprisonment, which was lowered to 10 months based on a plea agreement. After serving a tour of duty in Iraq in 2006, she found herself unable to return.

The IRS is facing a lawsuit after stealing 60 million medical records from 10 million patients Gateway Pundit – The Internal Revenue Service is now facing a class action lawsuit over allegations that it improperly accessed and stole the health records of some 10 million Americans, including medical records of all California state judges.

Obamacare to penalize nearly half-million of Native Americans Native Americans are entitled to free and subsidized medical care at some federally-funded health clinics, but ‘Obamacare’ will soon force many of them to buy insurance or else face hefty fines if they are not “Indian enough”.

Council Vetoes Display of English Flag Because It’s “Offensive to Muslims” A local council in England vetoed the display of a St. George’s Cross flag over concerns that it would be “offensive to Muslims,” while allowing the rainbow flag of the “lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender pride
movement” to be flown.

WH Benghazi Documents Show CIA, State Both Wanted Terror References Removed from Talking Points

Infowars Reporter Eats Bug at UN Request The UN says we should all be eating insects.

IRS criminality proves big government is lawless, unrestrained and utterly out of control

Top Constitutional Experts: Obama Is Worse than Nixon Washington’s Blog | Objective Analysis: Obama Versus Nixon.

Obama-Backed Rebels Carry Out Public Executions WARNING: Graphic content. Viewer discretion advised. Aimed only at documenting crimes by FSA terrorists in Syria.

Holder to Issa: You’re ‘Shameful’ Holder calling a Congressmember’s behavior “unacceptable and shameful.”

The Complete Benghazi Files: White House Releases 100 Pages Of Benghazi Emails Zero Hedge | The documents were being released late Wednesday afternoon.

The US Government Will Make A Record $51 Billion Off Student Loan Debt This Year
Business Insider | Student loan debt is now one of the Obama Administration’s biggest cash cows.

Chicago gun laws bar museum from displaying Nazi weapon seized by WWII hero
Fox News | What’s a military museum without firearms of yesteryear?

Missouri Man Offers Free Land to Gun Makers in Restrictive States
New American | “Move to Missouri!” That’s the message to gun manufacturers and distributors from Larry Pratt, the president of Gun Owners of America and Michael Evans, host of the America’s Voice Now radio show.

Angelina Jolie Reveals She Is Also Having Her Ovaries Removed
Business Insider | Today, the 37-year-old mother of six is on the cover of People magazine sharing the news that she has also decided to remove her ovaries as a cautionary measure.

Scientists create human embryos to make stem cells
For the first time, scientists have created embryos that are genetic copies of living people to make stem cells, which may help treat many diseases but also raises concerns about human cloning.,0,748507.story

Uncle Sam Presses for Massive National ID Database
Hidden deep within the 800-odd pages of the Senate’s pending immigration reform bill

United Nations releases video for gay rights
The United Nations will renew its fight for equality for gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people, according to a video released Tuesday by the UN Human Rights Commission.

Nevada passes transgender hate crime bill CARSON CITY, Nev. — Nevada lawmakers made a strong statement Tuesday, passing a bill that says crimes motivated by hatred of transgender people will not be tolerated in the Silver State.

Homeschoolers told: Go back to persecution Obama admin insists family return to Germany to face attacks

USS Nimitz Aircraft Carrier Arrival Slammed By North Korea A US naval strike group led by the nuclear-powered Nimitz arrived off the South’s southern port of Busan Saturday for the drill to be staged this week, following joint exercises that infuriated North Korea in recent months.

U.S. administration looks to cut Iran’s access to gold “With its currency now in free fall, the Iranians desperately need gold,” said Mr. Royce, who noted that a U.S. law authorizing the Obama administration to sanction anyone selling gold to citizens inside Iran does not take effect until July 1.

Eagle Is Upside Down On White House Twitter Page Video icon razz Top 3 Obama Scandals   Kenya Born Barry Soetoro Doesnt Care About America? astor T.D. Hales WARNING TO AMERICA International sign of distress: America is in deep, deep trouble!

ORDERS FOR GOLD GO UNFILLED IN ASIA So it begs the question: Where’s the gold?

Venezuela hopes to wipe out toilet paper shortage by importing 50m rolls Minister blames shortage on ‘excessive demand caused by media campaign generated to disrupt the country’ First milk, butter, coffee and cornmeal ran short. Now Venezuela is running out of the most basic of necessities – toilet paper. Economists say Venezuela’s shortages stem from price controls meant to make basic goods available to the poorest parts of society and the government’s controls on foreign currency.  “State-controlled prices – prices that are set below market-clearing price – always result in shortages. The shortage problem will only get worse, as it did over the years in the Soviet Union,”

Judge goes off deep end to shut up Christians Suppression of speech fine if Muslims threaten violence

Romney buys houses in Utah The former presidential candidate and his family have purchased two adjoining homes in Holladay, each of which is zoned for equestrian use.

Duchesne County ordinance allows oil, gas wells within 300 feet of homes Dean bought his home in the county’s Hancock Cove area in 1992. Five years ago, an oil company drilled a well on his neighbor’s property, less than 600 feet from Dean’s back door. “It’s much like living next to an active industrial site,” Dean said, describing the tractor-trailer trucks that come at all hours to collect the oil and water produced by the well and the smells that emanate from the site.