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Feds Radiating Americans At Internal Checkpoints

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While illegals and hardcore drugs flood into the country from across the border, authorities target truck drivers in Atlanta Feds Radiating Americans At Internal Checkpoints Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet.com Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Federal authorities do not concern themselves about the flood of illegal immigrants and drugs crossing the …

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250,000 Gallons Of Oil Collected In Romeoville So Far – Chicagoist

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Officials report that over 250,000 gallons of oil (or just shy of 6,000 barrels) have been recovered so far from the site of last week’s oil leak in Romeoville though a rep from the EPA says it’s still too early to say exactly how much oil spilled. It’s been enough …

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Mayor Bloomberg on New York’s New Electronic Voting Machines: “A Royal Screw-Up”

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BY Dan Nosowitz Wed Sep 15, 2010 New York State was one of several to vote today, having some of the most important primaries in the country (including the Republican governor primary, Democrat Attorney General primary, and both primaries for the seat vacated by Secretary of State Clinton, though not …

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Cleanup begins after Chicago storms

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June 24, 2010 (OAK BROOK, Ill.) (WLS) — About 78,000 ComEd customers still remained without electricity Thursday morning after pwer was restored to about 230,000 customers following strong Wednesday night storms. At least four funnel clouds were reported in the city of Chicago, however, tornadoes had not been confirmed by …

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Chicago Violence: At Least 27 People Shot Over Memorial Day Weekend

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At least 27 people were shot, two fatally, over the long weekend in Chicago, and police are blaming gang violence for more than half of the incidents. Between noon on Saturday and noon on Sunday, at least 22 people were shot in the city, the Chicago Tribune reports. One of …

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Don’t Taser Me Bro

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March 11, 2010 BY FRANK MAIN Staff Reporter On Wednesday, the Chicago Police Department showed reporters how they intend to train thousands of officers on the use of the Taser. It was part of an announcement that 380 more Tasers are hitting the streets. For the first time, an officer …

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Cyberwar Hype Intended to Destroy the Open Internet | Threat Level | Wired.com

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Just last week the National Telecommunications and Information Administration — the portion of the Commerce Department that has long overseen the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers — said it was time for it to revoke its hands-off-the-internet policy. That’s according to a February 24 speech by Assistant Commerce …

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Prime Realty sells one tower, defaults on another

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March 4, 2010 BY DAVID ROEDER Sun-Times Columnist Chicago-based Prime Group Realty Trust, an owner of office buildings, said it sold a downtown tower and has defaulted on one of the largest complexes in the suburbs. Prime Group said it sold 180 N. LaSalle for $72.25 million. The buyer of …

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Man attacks dance instructor, says he ‘defiles married women’

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February 10, 2010 2:42 PM MADISON, Wis. – A man is accused of repeatedly shocking a male dance instructor with a stun gun, claiming the instructor was a “sinner” who “defiles married women.” Kevin Johnson, 59, of Baraboo hastily arranged a dance lesson at the instructor’s Madison home and showed …

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Lawsuit accuses mortgage brokers of targeting seniors

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Monday, February 08, 2010 February 8, 2010 (CHICAGO) (WLS) — Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has filed a lawsuit against two mortgage brokers, accusing them of using deceptive marketing to solicit senior citizens for reverse mortgages. The lawsuit targets Hartland Mortgage Centers in suburban Woodridge and American Advisors Group based …

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