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Police tactics in Ferguson puzzle residents, experts

  Law enforcement officials had more than three months from the August shooting death of Michael Brown to Monday’s reveal of the grand jury decision to prepare for protests. Yet many of the tactics used by Missouri prosecutors and police — from scheduling the announcement at night to not deploying...

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UN Chief: More Countries Will Recognize ‘Palestine’

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon predicted on Monday that the “momentum” of countries recognizing the “state of Palestine” will grow. Ban, who spoke before a UN committee on Palestinian rights, urged Israel and the Palestinian Authority to “step back from the brink” and return to peace talks. “The Israeli and...

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Global Business Confidence Collapses To Post-Lehman Lows

Markit’s survey of over 6000 firms showed optimism falling sharply in October, dropping to the lowest seen since the survey began five years ago. Hiring and investment plans were also at or near post-crisis lows, while price expectations deteriorated further. More worrying, perhaps, is the US is not decoupled whatsoever,...

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There are now 3 billion people on the internet

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the branch of the UN that is tasked with looking at computer and telecommunications use, has compiled its annual report looking at the world’s most connected countries as well as the fast spread of internet use across the world. Denmark came first in the ITU’s...

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Michael Brown’s Stepfather Urged Protesters To ‘Burn This Bitch Down’ After Grand Jury Announcement

Michael Brown’s stepfather last night repeatedly urged protesters to “Burn this bitch down” after a prosecutor announced that no criminal charges would be filed against the Ferguson, Missouri police officer who killed the unarmed teenager. Louis Head, an ex-con who is married to Brown’s mother, Lesley McSpadden, was with McSpadden...

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Circle of blood that convinced grand jury NOT to indict Darren Wilson: Forensics show Michael Brown moved toward cop as he shot while multiple ‘witnesses’ admitted they weren’t even there

Wilson told the grand jury that he initially encountered Brown and a friend walking in a street and told them to move to the sidewalk, drawing an expletive from Brown. Wilson said he noticed that Brown had a handful of cigars, ‘and that’s when it clicked for me’ that the...

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Buildings torched, 61 arrested in Ferguson protests

The announcement touched off a protest that, at its furious peak, saw demonstrators taunting police, shattering windows and setting fire to two police cars. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said at least a dozen buildings burned and that he had heard at least 150 gunshots, none fired by...

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The Federal Reserve Is At The Heart Of The Debt Enslavement System That Dominates Our Lives

From the dawn of history, elites have always attempted to enslave humanity. Yes, there have certainly been times when those in power have slaughtered vast numbers of people, but normally those in power find it much more beneficial to profit from the labor of those that they are able to subjugate. If you are forced to build a pyramid, or pay a third of your crops in tribute, or hand over nearly half of your paycheck in taxes, that enriches those in power at your expense.

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The Ferguson grand jury has made a decision

A St. Louis County grand jury has completed deliberations in the case of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen in August touched off weeks of sometimes violent protests, multiple media outlets reported Monday. CNN and The Washington Post reported that prosecutor Robert McCulloch will announce later Monday whether Wilson, 28, will face charges in the death of Michael Brown, 18, on a Ferguson street Aug.

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Ebola blood samples stolen in Guinea; this is how terrorists can easily acquire the bioweapon

One of the chief concerns about the Ebola virus is that, someday, it could be turned into a deadly bioweapon and used to kill tens of millions of people around the world. So far — at least publicly — no country has admitted to having successfully “weaponized” the virus, even though bioweapons have been used for centuries and modern governments (and terrorist groups) are still believed to be developing them. That said, the virus doesn’t have to be “weaponized” per se, in order to be utilized as a true “bioweapon.

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On eve of Iran deal, Netanyahu says Israel reserves right to defend itself

On the eve of Monday’s deadline for an accord between the world powers and Iran over Teheran’s nuclear program, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reiterated that Israel would always reserve the right to defend itself, by itself. Israel, he said in an interview on ABC’s This Week, “will always reserve the right to defend itself against any threat with its own power.” Netanyahu defined as a “bad deal” any agreement “that would allow Iran to remain with thousands of centrifuges which it could use to enrich uranium, which you need for a nuclear bomb, in a short period of time.

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Teacher to Student: If You Don’t Support Gay Marriage, Drop My Class

Students who oppose gay marriage are homophobic, according to an audio recording of a Marquette University instructor who went on to say that gay rights issues cannot be discussed in class because it might offend homosexuals. I reached out to the 20-year-old student at the center of this outrageous episode and the story he tells should serve as a warning to anyone who thinks religious schools are safe havens for open discourse. The story was first reported on a blog run by a Marquette University professor and was picked up by the good folks over at The College Fix.

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Female Concealed Carry Up 793 Percent In One Colorado County

In El Paso County, Colorado—a county encompassing more than 2,158 square miles and the cities of Colorado Springs and Fountain—concealed carry for females jumped “793 percent” between 2005 and 2013. That is not a typo—it was a “793 percent” jump. According to Colorado Springs’ KKTV, area gun instructors have not been surprised by the jump.

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Democrats warn backers: Obama could go to prison

A mass email from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Sunday tried to drum up support by warning President Obama is in danger of impeachment, or even worse, jail time. The email – with subject line “Impeachment? Prison???

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Ferguson Protesters Threaten to Rape and Kill Wives of Police

According to a report posted by the Pundit Press and Fox News, Ferguson protesters are threatening family members of police in the embattled Missouri city. The incident was witnessed by officials of the Obama Justice Department: According to the wife of one police officer, protesters have screamed profanity at her husband and specifically threatened to rape and murder her and her family should they ever find out the officer’s name.

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Obama’s Amnesty Will Cost $22,000 Per US College Grad

President Barack Obama’s amnesty for four million illegal immigrants will cost Americans about $2 trillion, or roughly $40 billion a year for the next five decades. The cost of Obama’s generosity is equivalent to 30 cents extra for every gallon of gas bought by Americans. Or a $10 monthly fee added to every cellphone.