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Day: January 21, 2014

Upcoming Military Drill in South Carolina Off Limits as they practice urban attacks in US citiesNWO

Upcoming Military Drill in South Carolina Off Limits as they practice urban attacks in US cities

Brandon Turbeville Activist Post In keeping with the ever increasing trend of military and law enforcement cooperation and the growing
Lawmakers accuse Snowden of being Russian spyInteresting News

Lawmakers accuse Snowden of being Russian spy

Two of the top lawmakers within the United States intelligence community say that Congress is now considering whether any officials
85 richest people own as much as bottom half of populationEconomy & Money

85 richest people own as much as bottom half of population

By Jim Puzzanghera The 85 richest people on Earth have the same amount of wealth as the bottom half of
America’s most popular prescription sleep medication linked to mass shootingsInteresting News

America’s most popular prescription sleep medication linked to mass shootings

A new report describing the bizarre and dangerous side effects of the sleep aid Ambien has once again raised questions
Bloggers, public have First Amendment protection – US courtInteresting News

Bloggers, public have First Amendment protection – US court

A federal appeals court has ruled that bloggers and the general public have the same protection of the First Amendment
FBI went to Lanza’s home in 2004 about hacking government systemsConspiracy or Not

FBI went to Lanza’s home in 2004 about hacking government systems

New reports have revealed that the FBI had suspicions about Adam Lanza eight years before he committed the second-deadliest mass
Indonesian President Says He Saw Black Cloud Trying to Enter His BedroomThe Unknown

Indonesian President Says He Saw Black Cloud Trying to Enter His Bedroom

By Vishal Arora Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono may be the first Indonesian president to acknowledge publicly he believes in witchcraft. In
Hospital admissions over W. Virginia chem spill double even after water declared safeMore News

Hospital admissions over W. Virginia chem spill double even after water declared safe

Despite recent declarations that the water in West Virginia is now safe to use, hospital admissions related to the Kanawha