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Red Creek wildfire threatening oil and gas camps

By Simon Druker The Red Deer Creek wildfire is moving closer to a pair of evacuated oil and gas camps. Hot, dry conditions are making it difficult for crews to battle the 3,100-hectare blaze, which is now 600 metres away from the camps. Provincial Fire Information Officer Jill Kelsh says heavy smoke stunted aerial attacks this morning

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BREAKING: Seattle Firefighters Charged In March 2014 Assault On Homeless Man Mi…

BREAKING: Seattle Firefighters Charged In March 2014 Assault On Homeless Man Mia Jarvinen, Robert Howell and Scott Bullene were each charged with one count of fourth-degree assault and one count of malicious harassment. Howell and Bullene, City of Seattle firefighters who were off-duty at the time, and Jarvinen were walking through the park after a Seattle Sounders game on March 15 when, witnesses told police, they kicked and screamed at the man.

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Retaliation Against Hong Kong July 1 March Organizers
Retaliation Against Hong Kong July 1 March Organizers Retaliation Against Hong Kong July 1 March Organizers

Follow us on TWITTER: Like us on FACEBOOK: Hong Kong’s Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF) recently launched a parade on July 1. Millions of Hong Kong citizens took to the streets to express dissatisfaction with Beijing’s tightened control.

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Senator Al Franken: Net Neutrality ‘Is the First Amendment Issue of Our Time’

Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.), who has called net neutrality “the First Amendment issue of our time.” (Photo: Senate Democrats) Senator Al Franken has reiterated his call for an open Internet, saying on Tuesday that net neutrality “is the first Amendment issue of our time.” read more

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This Is The Most Audacious Case Seeking To Expand Hobby Lobby

CREDIT: ThinkProgress Eden Foods v. Burwell , a sister case to the Supreme Court’s decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby could tear down one of the few remaining walls preventing employers from pleading “religious liberty” to challenge the rights of their workers.

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Why Killing The Ex-Im Bank Is Crucial To The Future Of Capitalism

Submitted by David Stockman of Contra Corner blog , The surface facts make abundantly clear that the case for the Ex-Im Bank is truly lame. In the most recent year (2013), its credit guarantees and other programs accounted for $37 billion of exports or less than 2% of the $2.2 trillion of exports generated by the US economy.  Moreover, by the bank’s own reckoning only about $12 billion of these Ex-Im deals deployed taxpayer subsidies in order to “meet competition from a foreign, officially sponsored export credit agency”.

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4 New Tech Solutions That Preserve Freedom

Joshua Krause Activist Post It seems that daily, we are faced with a new technological threat against our freedoms. The development and proliferation of drones and other robots has been ceaseless.

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The New Zion?
The New Zion? The New Zion?

Let me begin by addressing those of you who might be upset that I am giving away some kind of secret about the redoubt value of the Flathead Valley, Montana.  Sure, there are times and situations that require one to maintain OPSEC, but with multiple military vehicles flying over my house, now seemingly on a daily basis, and the appearance of DHS, which I reported on  here , the jig is up on Kalispell and surrounding areas.  TPTB know about its strategic value as much, or more, than we do in the Patriot community. In a  radio interview  with  The Liberty Brothers  last week, Patriot Pastor  Chuck Baldwin  stated that he thinks the Flathead Valley of Montana has become the new de facto headquarters of the Patriot Movement.  Pastor Baldwin should know, as he has seen the congregation at  Liberty Fellowship balloon from a handful of members, to packed houses on Sunday and Wednesday.  And, here is the best part.  Most of the members of Pastor Baldwin’s congregation are NOT from Montana.  That’s right.  Most of the fellowship, including myself, moved to the Flathead Valley from points elsewhere.  Many of which answered the call that God placed on their heart to relocate, including, again, myself and my family.  With no exaggeration, I can say that I have met over 50 families who all share the same story about following God’s calling.

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Why Do Patent Trolls Go to Texas? It’s Not for the BBQ

There is a lot in our current patent system that is in need of reform. The Patent Office is too lax in granting patents . Federal Circuit case law has consistently favored patentees.

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