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DoD training manual suggests Founding Fathers followed ‘extremist ideology’ — RT USA

A Department of Defense training manual obtained by a conservative watchdog group pointed to the original American colonists as examples of an extremist movement, comments that have sparked fear of a broader crackdown on dissent in America. The training manual provides information that describes, among other things, “common themes in extremist ideologies.” Now, if the […]

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NM Supreme Court Finds Refusing to Photograph Gay Wedding Illegal | National Review Online

The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that, by refusing to photograph a gay wedding, a photography studio violated the New Mexico Human Rights Act (NMHRA). The court found that Elane Photography’s refusal to serve Vanessa Willock violated the act, which “prohibits a public accommodation from refusing to offer its services to a person based on […]

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PM: Israel’s ‘finger on the pulse’ of Syria developments, if necessary will also be ‘on the trigger’ | JPost | Israel News

Israel’s “finger is on the pulse” following the situation in Syria, and – if needed – will also be on the trigger, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday in his first public comments on reports that hundreds of Syrian were killed last week by chemical weapons. via PM: Israel’s ‘finger on the pulse’ of Syria […]

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U.S. spy agency bugged U.N. headquarters: Germany’s Spiegel | Reuters

(Reuters) – The U.S. National Security Agency has bugged the United Nations’ New York headquarters, Germany’s Der Spiegel weekly said on Sunday in a report on U.S. spying that could further strain relations between Washington and its allies. via U.S. spy agency bugged U.N. headquarters: Germany’s Spiegel | Reuters. Godfrey’s note: Could this actually work […]

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Santiaguito volcano (Guatemala): partial dome collapse generates strong explosion and pyroclastic flows | The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond

A major eruption occurred yesterday evening. Starting at 17:45 (local time), the top part of the Caliente lava dome collapsed and produced a series of relatively large pyroclastic flows and explosions. Ash plumes rose more than 2 km to elevations of 4 km altitude. The cause of the eruption was likely the accumulation of pressurized […]

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Emergency at U.S. Nuclear Site: Gov’t activated alert, workers ordered to ‘take-cover’ — Several hospitalized

“Stuff goes on out there all the time that we don’t know about, but it’s scary,” said [former Hanford worker Chris] Anderson. […] A handful of areas were placed in “take-over” condition, where it’s all hands on deck […] A rep from the Department of Energy doesn’t remember an alert being issued in at least […]

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CA Mulls Allowing Non-Citizens to Work Polling Stations as Translators

The State of California is seriously considering allowing non-citizens work at polls throughout the state during elections. The Sacramento Bee reported weeks ago that the California Legislature has passed a bill that would let non-citizens who are “lawful permanent residents who meet all the other requirements for being eligible to vote except for citizenship” work […]

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Fukushima operator pleads for international help as radiation crisis deepens — RT News

TEPCO, operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, admits it needs overseas help to contain the radioactive fallout, after 18 months of trying to control it internally. It comes after the latest leak at the facility was deemed a “serious incident.” “Many other countries outside of Japan have experienced decommissioning reactors, so we hope we […]

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