Daily Archives: October 14, 2013

‘Let Freedom Ring’: Hundreds Storm Valley Forge National Park to Protest Shutdown’s Closure

10/14/13. ‘Let Freedom Ring’: Hundreds Storm Valley Forge National Park to Protest Shutdown’s Closure.  Oliver Darcy, theblaze.com “Hundreds of individuals participated in a march through Pennsylvania’s Valley Forge National Park Sunday to protest the shutdown’s closure of the historic grounds … Continue reading

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Cashless Society: 86% of Aussies Don’t Pay in Cash

10/3/13. 86% of Aussies Don’t Pay in Cash. Vittorio Hernandez, au.ibtimes.com “Eighty-six per cent of consumer payments by Australians are done in other ways except cash, indicating how far ahead the country is in terms of becoming a cashless society. 

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Oakland dedicating anti-terrorism funding to surveillance supercenter

10/14/13. Oakland dedicating anti-terrorism funding to surveillance supercenter. RT.com “Lawmakers in Oakland intend to spend millions of dollars awarded to the California city in a federal grant to a police dragnet that promises to examine surveillance footage, riling critics who … Continue reading

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Food stamp free-for-all after EBT glitch

10/14/13. Food stamp free-for-all after EBT glitch. Andrea Shea King, wnd.com “It was a food-stamp “free for all” this weekend after a “glitch” with payments in 17 states – as low-income Americans ransacked stores, cleared shelves and then abandoned shopping carts … Continue reading

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NSA harvesting hundreds of millions of personal email contact lists – report

10/14/13. NSA harvesting hundreds of millions of personal email contact lists – report. RT.com “The National Security Agency is logging hundreds of millions of email and instant messaging contacts belonging to Americans and others around the world, according to a … Continue reading

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