Police State Expands its Powers

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What does combined explosive exploitation cells, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), X-ray microscopy, left of boom, Raman spectroscopy, nanofabricated coaxial multilayer probes & the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have in common? The commonality is a Chemical Fingerprint Imaging System that’ll help warfighters

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Lucky residents avoid city dump as neighbor

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Edith Transfer Station had become the divisive topic of the town in Albuquerque New Mexico. Because local residents and lawmakers have been in term oil for years over the government’s proposal to place a drop off garbage station in the North Valley of Albuquerque near residents homes. Even though property

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More Drone Public Surveillance Authorized

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In America Government Drone (unmanned aircraft) use for surveillance has grown exponentially over the past decade under the guise of making the public safe. In the founding of the nation Benjamin Franklin was quoted in summary to say “those willing to give up liberty for temporary safety deserve neither liberty

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Replacing Cancer with Cancer as a Cure

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According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) a branch of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) almost 20% of new cancer patients were previously diagnosed with the same or a different cancer. The study covered years 2009 thru 2013, according to an NCI spokesman this large percentage of reoccurrence has

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Uncle Sam bikini’s and oh yeah research

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Make way for the new pervert at the beach, it’s not the creepy guy next door or the loner that avoids the beach, it’s Uncle Sam (federal government). After a brainstorming event, officials decided it was time to take videos & pictures at frequented beaches because they need to better

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Contaminated drinking water Ok, it’s the rocks

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Low levels of radium are common, the radioactive material can be found in rocks, soil, water and of course man made sources such as manufacturing plants, nuclear sites and more. There are no tests available that can measure radium exposure in humans, oddly the negative impact of radium correlates with

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Fat People Cause of Drug Resistant Tumor Cells

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In a recent press release the National Institutes of Health (NIH) confirmed a previously unsubstantiated belief. Researchers believed fat cells produced enzymes that could weaken the toxic effects of today’s chemotherapy drugs. Now confirmed, fat people will have to take more drugs or doctors will have to invest time focusing

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New Federal Legislation Protects Insubordination

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H.R. 657 also known as the “Follow the Rules Act” guarantees federal workers the right to refuse leaderships orders when those orders violate federal laws. The law is considered a major achievement as Representative Sean Duffy of Wisconsin and a bipartisan contingent of congressmen and woman unanimously passed the house

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The sad state of US drinking water

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U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) of the Department of the Interior is nearing the end of a survey (2012-2023) that’s meant to determine the state of the nation’s groundwater, specifically the nation’s aquifers through direct sampling. Interesting facts on the USGS website, about 140 million people in the U.S. rely on

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Failing school, no problem, you have Dyslexia

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The “Kentucky Ready to Read Act 2018” is a legislation proposal by Republican Representative Addia Wuchner of Florence Kentucky.  This pending legislation is meant to aid educators & parents in helping schools better prepare and deal with dyslexic students. Response to intervention (RTI) will reduce suspensions & criminalizing perceived bad

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Combined Sewage Overflow OK’d for Great Lakes

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is finalizing & implementing section 425 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016. Which will allow greater pollution and raw sewage to be dumped, sorry strategically placed in various lakes in Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania & New York. Studies show unchecked raw sewage can

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Reduced Federal Minimum Wage to be Approved

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The Department of Labor (DL) is proposing to change the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938 to roll back wage requirements for service workers, specifically those earning tips & an hourly wage. Current rules for such employers require employees be paid the federal minimum wage ($7.25). However, the proposal

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Aircraft Discharge Approved in Protected Waters

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will change the 1972 National Maritime Sanctuaries Act law which was created to protect “significant waters” and to protect historical shipwrecks and aquatic species. This changing of the law will allow Coast Guard Vessels & Aircraft to dump untreated vessel sewage and graywater

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Miniature Grapefruits coming to a store near you

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The Citrus Administrative Committee (CAC) wants to change the minimum size requirements prescribed for grapefruits & other citrus goodies. CAC wants grapefruit allowable size to be decreased from 35/16 inches (diameter) to 3 inches (diameter). In a weird government way, how is 3 inches smaller than 35/16, only the government

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FCC to Steal or Restore Internet Freedom

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Since the 1980’s income growth for all but the top 10% of the U.S. citizenry has stagnated and in many cases declined. The thought was to concentrate money in the hands of the job creators, who would in turn use the additional wealth to create more jobs, this phenomenon would

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