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‘Tangled’ playwright calls out President Barack Obama

In one scene, the play’s pivotal character, Clo, comes down hard on America’s first black president, essentially asking “what has he done for blacks lately?” “There’s a fine line between courageous and crazy and to take up the issue of President Obama is not easy, especially in his hometown,” Anderson-Cobb …

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Follow the Money: BPA Makers to Gross $8 Billion Thanks to FDA Rejecting Ban

Anthony Gucciardi Infowars.com Monday, April 2, 2012 Producers of toxic BPA are now boasting $8 billion in sales for 2012 thanks to the FDA rejecting a potential ban on the cancer-linked chemical on March 30th. According to GlobalData, manufacturers will produce 4.7 million metric tons of BPA this year to …

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We Are This Far From A Turnkey Totalitarian State” – Big Brother Goes Live September 2013 | ZeroHedge

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/17/2012 14:56 -0400 George Orwell was right. He was just 30 years early. In its April cover story, Wired has an exclusive report on the NSA’s Utah Data Center, which is a must read for anyone who believes any privacy is still a possibility in …

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Obama signs anti-protest Trespass Bill

Only days after clearing Congress, US President Barack Obama signed his name to H.R. 347 on Thursday, officially making it a federal offense to cause a disturbance at certain political events — essentially criminalizing protest in the States. RT broke the news last month that H.R. 347, the Federal Restricted …

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Obama shifts location of G-8 summit from hometown of Chicago to his Camp David retreat

By Associated Press, Published: March 5 WASHINGTON — The White House abruptly announced Monday that it had scuttled plans to hold the upcoming G-8 economic summit in Chicago, and would instead host world leaders at the presidential retreat at Camp David in Maryland. It was an unusually late location change …

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Officer fired for allegedly beating woman while on a domestic call

By Mary Owen TribLocal reporter Friday at 2:28 p.m. A Joliet police officer has been fired after allegedly using excessive force while responding to a domestic dispute earlier this month at a motel. Officer Thomas O’Connor, a four-year veteran of the Joliet Police Department, was alone when he responded to …

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In Chicago SEIU Says: No Homemade School Lunches

Michelle Malkin (in the weekly Washington Times 12/26/11, P 35) tells us that the Chicago School system does not allow kids to bring lunches from home. The Chicago Tribune further explains that the only exception is if the kid has a note from a doctor requiring something special for health …

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Republic Windows, redux? Workers occupy Goose Island plant

February 23, 2012|By Alejandra Cancino | Tribune reporter A group of about 65 workers who occupied a Goose Island window factory in 2008 have once again locked themselves inside the plant in a desperate move to save their jobs. California-based Serious Energy said Thursday it is closing the plant’s doors …

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Hidden Taxes – Tax Code Itself

Taxation in The United States is horrible, but aside from the high tax rates there is a hidden tax, actually several, but here is one type of hidden tax we will focus on now. The tax that is the tax code itself. When government makes complicated laws, with all sorts …

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White House press secretary Jay Carney said Monday that he didn’t have any reaction to Paul’s “police state” comments.

Ron Paul, who is one of four remaining Republican candidates for president, disagreed Monday afternoon. Paul said after he confirmed the incident involving Rand Paul on his Twitter page that it showed why the TSA should be eliminated. Link

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Exclusive: ‘Digital DNA’ May Soon Be Required To Take SAT And ACT Exams

Stony Brook Scientists Create What They Say Is Foolproof Way To Defeat Fraud January 23, 2012 8:45 PM If you plan on taking college entrance tests in the future you may be subjected to a new “digital DNA” scan, one that researchers say can’t be beaten by fraud. (Photo courtesy: …

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Who Should Have Access to Student Records?

Education data can be useful, but privacy experts are concerned about data misuse. By Jason Koebler January 19, 2012 Since “No Child Left Behind” was passed 10 years ago, states have been required to ramp up the amount of data they collect about individual students, teachers, and schools. Personal information, …

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Supreme Court says search warrants needed when police use GPS devices to track suspects

By Associated Press, Updated: Monday, January 23, 10:02 AM WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that police must get a search warrant before using GPS technology to track criminal suspects. The GPS device helped authorities link Washington, D.C., nightclub owner Antoine Jones to a suburban house used to …

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