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Walmart meat laced with LSD sends pregnant woman to hospital

  A Walmart in Tampa, Florida sold meat laced with LSD to a family of four who were all hospitalized, including a woman who was nine months pregnant.  Due to the interaction with LSD, doctors induced labor to spare her newborn any undue harm. Ronnie Morales, 24, and his girlfriend Jessica Rosado, 31, along with […]

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Come down one and all to the Lone Oak First Baptist Church located in Paducah, Kentucky, where 25 firearms will be given away for free. Even children are allowed to place their name in the drawing for a weapon.  This is a tax-exempt organization giving the weapons away, mind you. The event is touted as a […]

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Anonymous Vs. Walmart: Top executive’s private information leaked

  Anonymous is beating their war drum against Walmart.  In previous weeks Anonymous has released a set of videos describing their grievances with Walmart, and their intentions to impact Walmart’s business.  After a successful IRC public strategy session which drew many participants, the hacker collective moved into the second phase of their assault against Walmart; doxxing. […]

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Obamacare kills 2 million jobs?  Uh, no.  Not at all.

  Enemies of President Obama’s signature legislation, The Affordable Care Act (ACA), have seized on a recently publicized report by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) which claims the ACA will cause a reduction of 2 million jobs over the next 10 years.  Republicans across the spectrum are claiming they warned the American people about […]

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GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander’s alleged pedophile chief of staff left suicide note

  Former chief of staff to Sen. Lamar Alexander and accused pedophile Jesse Ryan Loskarn took his own life Jan 23 2014.  Loskarn’s family has published her son’s suicide note on the website jesseryanloskarnslastmessage.com.  When asked why the family said it was to defend Jesse’s reputation, “During this tragic time he had no voice.  But in […]

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Al Roker calls out GOP Georgia Governor over poor planning for weather

  The Today Show‘s weatherman, Al Roker, was in rare form when he called out Georgia’s governor and Atlanta’s mayor over poor planning for the Winter storm now plaguing the region: Here’s the problem.  They could be prepared.  The mayor and governor got on TV yesterday and said ‘Oh this wasn’t expected.’ and that’s not […]

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Ted Cruz says he did not shut down government, host laughs in his face

  Texas Sen.Ted Cruz appeared on Face The Nation Jan. 26 and attempted to downplay his role in shutting down the federal government to the tune of $24 billion in damages, while decrying the federal deficit in a splendid round of double-talk.  During this explanation Bob Schieffer did his best to remain professional and not laugh […]

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Orwell Lives: The state of surveillance

  Orwell lives. American citizens are now encompassed in near total surveillance by the United States government.  The propaganda of fear has pacified the population into accepting the obtuse idea that one must allow their liberties to be dismantled in an effort to save their freedom from terrorists.  Virtually every phone call, text message, email, […]

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Ted Nugent makes new shocking comments about President Obama

Ted Nugent appeared at SHOT (Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade) when he was asked to describe the gun debate in America.  In typical fashion Nugent rambled for over 8 minutes about what he believes to be his ‘god given’ gifts, and how his music may be the best in the history of the world.  After that […]

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Glenn Beck admits regret for dividing America with hostile rhetoric

  The biblical amongst us may believe Hell hath froze over upon hearing the news that Glenn Beck regrets the tone of his programming while he was employed by Fox.  During an interview with Megyn Kelly Beck candidly stated, ” I made an awful lot of mistakes, and I wish I could go back and be […]

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