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Scientists Now Say That Human Implantable RFID Microchips Are Unavoidable - Now The End Begins

Scientists Now Say That Human Implantable RFID Microchips Are Unavoidable - Now The End Begins | U.S. Government | Scoop.it
Chances are you’re carrying a couple of RFID microchips now. And if you are, they’re sending out a 15-digit number that identifies you. That number can be picked up by what’s called an ISO compliant scanner. And they’re everywhere, too.
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Once again, I will NOT be having this implanted in my body. Anything, such as a vaccine or blood draw, that makes it so a needle goes into my body, will NEVER happen to me again. There is no way in hell I will even put myself in this situation. They're already watching me from my phone and from the street. They don't need to see what I'm doing in the privacy of my own home.

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Obama's White House Today Released A Photo That Should Terrify You - Now The End Begins

Obama's White House Today Released A Photo That Should Terrify You - Now The End Begins | U.S. Government | Scoop.it
Here we are in 2014, after suffering through 5+ years of the Obama Imperial Presidency, and still the millions come to worship at his feet, tears streaming from their faces just to touch him.
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Poor delusional sheep.

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Senate committee adopts cybersecurity bill opposed by NSA critics

Senate committee adopts cybersecurity bill opposed by NSA critics | U.S. Government | Scoop.it
Intelligence committee approves major bill that civil libertarians say would give NSA even wider access to Americans' data
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Sounds to me like all they want is easier access into our privacy.

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Boehner plans to file suit against Obama over alleged abuse of executive power

Boehner plans to file suit against Obama over alleged abuse of executive power | U.S. Government | Scoop.it
House Speaker John Boehner announced Wednesday that he plans on filing suit against the Obama administration over its alleged abuse of executive actions.
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I am not a fan of Boehner, but this is probably the smartest thing he's ever said and done.

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How To Build A Cabin In A Weekend For Under $5000 — Homestead and Survival

How To Build A Cabin In A Weekend For Under $5000 — Homestead and Survival | U.S. Government | Scoop.it
These beautiful, functional, and durable arched cabins are an easy and inexpensive way to create your own dream cabin or...
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John Boehner sues Barack Obama for breaching constitutional rights

John Boehner sues Barack Obama for breaching constitutional rights | U.S. Government | Scoop.it
Speaker claims president 'created own law' by implementing healthcare act in lawsuit described as political stunt
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Not a Boehner fan, but good on him for making NObama accountable for his actions.

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Poisons You Didn’t Know You Were Eating | World Truth.TV

Poisons You Didn’t Know You Were Eating | World Truth.TV | U.S. Government | Scoop.it
Sawdust in Everything Extra fiber. You see it in large friendly letters on cereal boxes, orange juice cartons, everything, but you probably wouldn't touch the box if you saw the word "sawdust." From crackers to cocoa mix, cellulose (a.k.a. wood pulp) is used as filler in everyday foods. While the FDA deems wood pulp safe for consumption, the USDA limits cellulose to 3.5% of the total food mass. Maybe it's time to go on that paleo diet. // // Apple Seeds An apple a day keeps the doctor away — unless you eat the seeds. Apple seeds (along with cherry, peach, and apricot pits) contain amygdalin, a compound of cyanide and sugar. Luckily, the human body is able to handle small doses of cyanide, so you won't be keel over after crunching on a Granny Smith. Still, it's probably best not to snack on a bowlful of seeds. Cancer-Causing Artificial Colorings Rainbow cake, neon popsicles, fruit punches and macaroni and cheese — they're fun to eat because partly because they have such fun colors.
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