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Sep 19 14:24

Must Listen: Alibaba IPO and the 40 Thieves

Sep 19 14:19

Top Expert: Ebola Turning Airborne is “Not Far-Fetched”

Scientists are now admitting that the Ebola virus could mutate into an airborne form and spread across the world.

“I don’t want to be an alarmist, but the possibility of Ebola becoming an airborne virus clearly has to be taken into account.

Ebola does share some of the characteristics of airborne viruses like influenza and we should not disregard the possibility of it evolving into something that could be transmitted in this way.”

Sep 19 14:14

Russian observers suspect 'special' voting technologies employed in Scotland

Russian observers have suspicions over the "special" voting technologies used during the Scottish independence referendum and expect the announcement of results that will either confirm or disprove their suspicions.

Sep 19 14:12

Feds mum on prosecution of illegal border crossers

The federal government refuses to say whether prosecutors in Yuma, Arizona, have scaled back a years-old program that guarantees jail time for most immigrants caught crossing the border illegally and which law enforcement officials say is crucial to public safety.

Sep 19 14:08

More Than 700 Infants Exposed To Tuberculosis At Texas Hospital

More than 700 infants at an El Paso hospital have been exposed to tuberculosis by an employee infected with the disease, according to public health officials.

Sep 19 14:07

Scotland independence referendum: with no exit poll isn’t there a democratic deficit?

Exit polls are the best form of voting-related data we can ever get our hands on. They’re collected by large numbers of researchers standing outside polling stations and asking tens of thousands of people how they voted – as well as collecting a little demographic information, such as age, gender, race or social class.

Sep 19 14:02

Antidepressants rapidly alter brain architecture, study finds

A single dose of a popular class of psychiatric drug used to treat depression can alter the brain’s architecture within hours, even though most patients usually don’t report improvement for weeks, a new study suggests.

Sep 19 13:58

Ebola Worst-Case Scenario Has More Than 500,000 Cases

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa could spread to hundreds of thousands more people by the end of January, according to an estimate under development by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that puts one worst-case scenario at 550,000 or more infections.

Sep 19 13:53

Admitting That Gun Control Doesn’t Work, D.C. Mayor Calls For More Gun Control

Washington DC has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation. Until recently, handguns were completely banned and the carrying of firearms was prohibited. If gun control laws work, wouldn’t DC be the safest place in the country?

Sep 19 13:47

Man shot six times from behind by Utah police: Autopsy

An independent autopsy proves that an African-American man, who was killed by Utah police, was shot several times from behind while he was running away.

Sep 19 13:41

Angry with Washington, 1 in 4 Americans open to secession

The failed Scottish vote to pull out from the United Kingdom stirred secessionist hopes for some in the United States, where almost a quarter of people are open to their states leaving the union, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll found.

Sep 19 13:39

One-Third of Americans Cannot Name the Three Branches of Government

Annenberg Public Policy Center released a survey on Constitution Day that reveals Americans know very little about their government.

Sep 19 13:32

Electoral fraud in Scottish independence referendum.

A few examples of blatant fraud that have been making their way around the net. And the UK's political establishment have the nerve to criticise the Crimean referendum as "illegal", when international observers declared it fraud free!

Sep 19 13:24

Police Probe Glasgow Voter Fraud Allegations

Police are investigating allegations of voter fraud in the Scottish referendum in Glasgow, election officials have confirmed.

Sep 19 13:20

Number of Chemicals Known To Be Toxic To Children's Brains Has Doubled In The Last 7 years

Neurodevelopmental disabilities, including autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, and other cognitive impairments, affect millions of children worldwide, and some diagnoses seem to be increasing in frequency. The review published in The Lancet Neurology journal, says the news is so troubling they are calling for a worldwide overhaul of the regulatory process in order to protect children's brains.

Sep 19 13:18

The World's Modest President

Uruguay’s José Mujica lives in a tiny house rather than the presidential palace, and gives away 90% of his salary. He’s legalised marijuana and gay marriage. But his greatest legacy is governing without giving up his revolutionary ideals.

Mujica could live in the presidential palace, a hundred-year-old mansion in the old-money Prado district, but he would rather be here. “We think of it as a way of fighting for our personal freedom,” he said. “If you complicate your life too much in the material sense, a big part of your time goes to tending that. That’s why we still live today as we did 40 years ago, in the same neighbourhood, with the same people and the same things. You don’t stop being a common man just because you are president.”.
Source: Luis Manuel's blog

Sep 19 12:55

Medical martial law declared in Sierra Leone; Ebola victims hunted like fugitives in house-to-house searches

EBOLA ALERT: Medical martial law has now been declared in Sierra Leone while the government conducts a house-to-house hunt for Ebola victims who are being treated like “medical fugitives.”

Sep 19 12:49

Loss of faith in the system: A quarter of Americans support state succession

A Reuters poll conducted from Aug. 23 through Sept. 16 found that a quarter of Americas support the idea of their state succeeding from the 50 state union.

Sep 19 12:45

Hollywood Babylon – The inside story on the occult empire

“The earliest gods were invoked by ritual act (dromenon = the thing done) such as a sacrificial dance, commemorating the fact that our life begins and ends when they call upon us.

Sep 19 12:44

CIA ANTI-SYRIA PROGRAM FINANCES WAHHABI HEADCHOPPERS

“The international position has to be to fight all kinds of terrorism, both ISIS and the regime,” said Sheikh Tawfiq Shahabuddin, the head of the Nureddin Zengi Movement. “You can’t treat only one part of the disease.”

Sep 19 12:31

JEWISH GROUPS PAY TO SEND U.S. POLICE TO TRAIN IN ISRAEL

The militarization of American police forces hasn’t been paid for by just the federal government. Pro-Israel groups in the U.S. have also played a role by financing trips for hundreds of law enforcement officers to travel to the Middle East for counterterrorism training, according to Ali Winston, a contributor to the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR).

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