I have no words for this one...
New York Times 12-4-13:
"Unarmed Man Is Charged With Wounding Bystanders Shot by Police Near Times Square"
"An unarmed, emotionally disturbed man shot at by the police as he was lurching around traffic near Times Square in September has been charged with assault, on the theory that he was responsible for bullet wounds suffered by two bystanders, according to an indictment unsealed in State Supreme Court in Manhattan on Wednesday. "
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Yellen takes over the reigns and rides the bubbles higher and higher. She has a long history of ignorance of the FED's bubbles, so it's no surprise.
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Look what police officers over at officer.com had to say about this video. http://forums.officer.com/t190515/
jhall's forum signature pretty much sums it up.
"Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everyone you meet."
I wrote more here if you care to read it.
"We are witnissing the triumph of Ron Paulism in the United States. The corporate media will avoid reporting it. They try their best to ignore Ron Paul's 30 plus year intellectual march through our institutions.
But the facts in Pew Research's 50 year survey of US views of "America's place in the world" do not lie: This year the highest percentage of Americans ever -- 53 percent -- agree with the statement that "the US should mind its own business internationally and let other countries get
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With this past week’s news of a tentative deal between the “P5 + 1″ (read: the U.S. + a few puppet governments) and Iran that would – theoretically and hopefully – ease sanctions while guaranteeing that Iran will not be attacked by the United States – it should come as no surprise that the usual neocon talking heads are in a tizzy about it. Setting aside the ridiculous notion that people halfway across the world should have to get “permission” from the United States or other countries to pursue
Kirsten Tynan | 05 Dec 2013
Repeal Day marks the anniversary of the 5 December 1933 ratification of the Twenty-First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution repealing alcohol prohibition. After fewer than thirteen years, the cultural and political climate in the U.S. forced an end to the federal criminalization of numerous victimless alcohol offenses.
I do not know much about bit-coin or those other digital currencies, but I do ponder it from time to time.
You can not hold it in your hands. Nothing really backs it. In order to access, trade or whatever it, you need access to the grid. The grid that is being used to spy and other things.
Sen. Rand Paul On "Hannity" - Fox News - 12/04/13 (Video)
This is rich coming from him complaining about lack of intrinsic value!
In all these police brutality cases, I keep reading "make sure to always carry a camera". My question is - what if they confiscate your camera? The only alternative to that I would think would be to live stream your video. Does anyone know how to do that via cell phone though? And what happens if nobody is actually watching the video that you're live streaming? Is there a way for the website that allows you to live stream to save that video?
Kirk Sorensen @ MRU on LFTR - Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors
A wonderful endowment for humanity.
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That's some fine geo-political satirizing, son.
so for the last 3 days i sat in a court for my jury summons.
after 3 days 15,000,000 questions and 135 people later, including myself, we were let go.?
it was a murder case.
during that time i talked sincerely to about 40 people in groups of 3-10 on our breaks/ @ lunch and during our walk to our vehicles.
i can say that every one of those people knows about jury nullification now.
when you tell someone that they have more power at the end of the day than a judge it makes them feel special.
"In order for currencies to be 'exchangeable' they have to be backed by something," is the remarkably ironic initial comment from none other than debaser-of-the-entirely-fiat-dollar Alan Greenspan when asked about the "bubble in bitcoin," by Bloomberg TV's Trish Regan.