Monthly Archives: November 2012

According To Google Trends, What Is More Popular Than “Ammo”? “Bulk Ammo”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden While “Fiscal Cliff” may be having its 15-minutes of fame – a la “Honey Boo Boo” or “Sneezing Panda” – there is one thing that has consistently been more and more searched in the … Continue reading

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Assange to RT: Entire nations intercepted online, key turned to totalitarian rule

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Iran releases “Ghadir” submarines, hovercrafts on water

Trend – by S.Isayev, T. Jafarov Iran today has released two Ghadir-class submarines and two hovercrafts on water, in presence of country’s Navy generals and other high ranking officials, IRINN Tv channel reported live. Iran’s Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari … Continue reading

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Police: Wyo. murder-suicide happened during class

Yahoo News – by MEAD GRUVER | Associated Press CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A man wielding a sharp-edged weapon killed one person in a Casper neighborhood Friday before killing a male teacher and himself in front of students in a community collegeclassroom, causing a … Continue reading

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Senate votes to tighten sanctions on Iran

Yahoo News – by Donna Cassata – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate endorsed stringent new sanctions on Iran’s energy and shipping sectors in a fresh attempt to hobble the Islamic Republic’s economy and hamper its nuclear ambitions.  [The vote was 94 … Continue reading

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German man locked up over HVB bank allegations may have been telling truth

The Guardian – by Kate Connolly A German man committed to a high-security psychiatric hospital after being accused of fabricating a story of money-laundering activities at a major bank is to have his case reviewed after evidence has emerged proving … Continue reading

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City Attorney Tells San Bernardino Residents To ‘Lock Their Doors,’ ‘Load Their Guns’ Because Of Police Downsizing

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The Word From the Trenches – November 30,2012

You can listen to this afternoon’s broadcast here: Hour 1   Hour 2 Henry on QE 4. the new NDAA 2013, and moving Guantanamo Bay prisoners to US.

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GunBroker.com Records 22.7 Percent Cyber Monday Sales Gain

Gun Broker Kennesaw, GA, November 30, 2012 –(PR.com)– GunBroker.com, the world’s largest internet auction site for firearms and related accessories, recorded a 22.7 percent increase in 2012 Cyber Monday sales activity over 2011, signaling a powerful final quarter for online sales … Continue reading

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Gulf Of Mexico 52x More Toxic From Corexit Clean Up Than The Original Oil Spill Itself

Before It’s News – by Barracuda Study shows mixing oil with dispersant increased toxicity to Gulf’s ecosystems. If the 4.9 million barrels of oil that spilled into the Gulf of Mexico during the 2010 Deep Water Horizon spill was a … Continue reading

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End The Fed: Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Just Announced QE 4

Before It’s News – by Josey Wales “Goldman Sachs expects, next month, for the Fed to come out of their policy meeting announcing QE4.  It will be a purchase of $45 billion each month in Treasuries.  This number will be … Continue reading

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Why Is The US Building A Secret $100 Million Underground Facility Outside Tel Aviv?

Business Insider – by Robert Johnson Leave it to legendary Walter Pincus from the Washington Post to flesh out a Request for Proposal construction project planned for Israel called Site 911. The oddly named project will cost up to $100 million, take more than two years to complete, … Continue reading

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Close Guantanamo: Government report confirms US prisons can handle Gitmo detainees

RT News Military and federal US prisons have the capacity to take in the 166 detainees currently held in Guantanamo Bay, as long as a number of modifications are made to enhance and secure the facilities. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman … Continue reading

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Building tensions: Israel authorizes construction of 3,000 new settlements

RT News Israeli authorities will allow the construction of 3,000 new settlements in Jerusalem and the West Bank. The decision follows Thursday’s UN General Assembly vote to upgrade Palestinians’ diplomatic status to ‘non-member observer state’. Celebrations within Palestine that the … Continue reading

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Palestine Recognized – It is not Futile to Resist

The UN voted yesterday to make Palestine an Independent Observer State. 138 members of the assembly, including many EU states, Russia, China, India and Brazil voted in favor of recognizing the Palestinians as a non-member observer state. Israel, the US, … Continue reading

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34 Signs That America Is In Decline

The Economic Collapse – by Michael The United States is clearly in an advanced state of decline.  Many people around the world (and even inside America) rejoice at this, but not me.  I mourn for the country that I was … Continue reading

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Outrageous: Keystone XL conflict of interest

It’s simple — and outrageous. This story just broke. And you can take action now to help make sure it doesn’t go away. “Susan Rice, the candidate believed to be favored by President Obama to become the next Secretary of State, … Continue reading

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Germany gives green light to €44bn package to Greece

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US won’t follow Israel ‘like a stupid mule’ – Brzezinski

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New York hotel rooms sit vacant in Sandy’s wake

CNN – by Kristina Sgueglia and Todd Sperry New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg found himself facing questions Thursday about why the city was paying for more than 100 vacant hotel rooms when thousands were displaced after Superstorm Sandy. The rooms were reserved for … Continue reading

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