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The Number Of Private Sector Jobs Fell By 278,000 Last Month But The Economy Is Getting Better?
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Michael Snyder Activist Post Have you heard about the “wonderful” employment numbers that were just released?  Last month, the unemployment rate declined to 7.3 percent.  Somehow this happened even though the percentage of working age Americans with a job actually declined and the number of private sector workers fell by 278,000.  So how did the […]

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The Men Who Stole $16 Trillion from America
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NSA can tap into BlackBerry, iOS, and Android systems – report
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Reuters/Pawel Kopczynski The US National Security Agency (NSA) can access data on smart phones using the world’s most popular systems including iOS, Android, and even BlackBerry – which markets itself to be highly secure, according to a new report. The NSA has tapped into all the leading mobile operating systems to gain access to contact […]

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US government continues to struggle to link Assad to chemical attack but still makes case for strike
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By Madison Ruppert Editor of End the Lie (Image credit: DonkeyHotey/Flickr) While the U.S. government continues to struggle in their effort to directly link Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to an alleged chemical weapons attack, Secretary of State John Kerry attempted to make the case for a military strike alongside his French counterpart. Kerry’s provocative rhetoric […]

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Reports state that Pentagon is aiming at heavier Syria strike
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The Pentagon is seen from the air over Washington, DC. (AFP Photo / Saul Loeb) Despite stiff opposition at home and abroad to any military solution to the Syrian chemical weapons crisis, the Pentagon is preparing for a much broader attack on Syria than it originally had planned, the Los Angeles Times reports. The revised […]

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Plight of Syrian Christians gets worse: Islamists seize control of historic Christian town of Maaloula
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By Madison Ruppert Editor of End the Lie Maaloula in 2010 (Image credit: Bernard Gagnon/Wikimedia Commons) After extended fighting between Islamist Syrian rebels and Syrian government forces, rebels captured the historic Christian town of Maaloula, just an hour’s drive outside of the Syrian capital of Damascus. The Christian population in Syria continues to suffer greatly, […]

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