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Steve Watson | Controversial Facebook study is just tip of an iceberg.

The Hill | Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) on Wednesday said he doesn’t support calls from members of his party to impeach President Obama.

London Telegraph | Downing Street says Baroness Butler-Sloss is right person to lead inquiry into establishment child abuse claims, despite late brother’s role in non-prosecution of paedophile spy.

Bizpac Review | New managers at a California complex refuse to explain why a resident can’t display the American flag inside his own apartment.

London Guardian | FBI and NSA to review policy after leaked documents suggest training materials referred to targets using offensive language.

Paul Joseph Watson | Government imposes communication ban on besieged border town.

Kit Daniels | Residents of Cali. city that turned back buses carrying illegals call Johnson out on his propaganda.

CNS News | The percentage of Americans on welfare in 2011 was the highest yet calculated.

John W. Whitehead | It’s vogue, trendy, and appropriate to look to dystopian literature as a harbinger of what we’re experiencing at the hands of the government.

London Telegraph | Former child protection manager says there are up to 20 prominent public figures in alleged paedophile ring covering Parliament and judiciary.

Jon Rappoport | Here is typical, circumspect, utter bullshit reporting from the mainstream…

Michael Snyder | Is there any doubt that we are living in a bubble economy?

Michael Krieger | Want to hear the worst idea in the history of horrible ideas?

Mikael Thalen | Hackers uncover yet another “Internet of things” vulnerability.

Paul Joseph Watson | Government in chilling trojan horse effort to regulate world wide web.

Steve Watson | Power-up policy will make it easier to get explosives through checkpoints.

Kurt Nimmo | Preparation for conflict with Russia and China pairs up with recent U.S. rhetoric.

RT | Germany may scrap its decades-old policy of not spying on key NATO allies.

London Telegraph | A remote-controlled contraceptive chip which is implanted under the skin has been developed with the backing of Bill Gates and would last for 16 years.

The Hill | Democrats want to lure Republicans into a fight over birth control with legislation to reverse the Supreme Court’s decision.

The Rundown Live | Future drones will have the ability to create mini-drones throughout a mission and be armed with laser cannons.

Paul Joseph Watson | Cloward and Piven strategy in full swing?

Michael Snyder | For years, the Obama administration has been making it abundantly clear that it is a friend of illegal immigrants.

AP | United Nations officials are pushing for many of the Central Americans fleeing to the U.S. to be treated as refugees.

Breitbart | Recent public assertions made by the Administration were at best half-truths.

London Telegraph | British Airways says it will turn away passengers booked on US-bound flights if their electrical devices will not switch on.

Liberty Blitzkrieg | The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has proposed using bitcoin to fund global jihadist efforts.

Paul Joseph Watson | Members on site to “protect the children.”

Paul Joseph Watson | Riot police dispatched to deal with immigration critics, but it was pro-amnesty activists who caused the unrest.

Steve Watson | Attention spans are… whatever, ooo Facebook.

Mikael Thalen | Police entrap, arrest Air Force veteran for alleged trespassing.

Breitbart.tv | Zermeno said that the order was designed to prevent him from saying that no agents will be securing the southern border.

Gateway Pundit | “We have yet to hear from them with a short term and long term plan.”

Jack Kenny | “That’s ludicrous and an overreaching of government.”

Paul Craig Roberts | Washington can’t stop lying.

Prison Planet.com | Judge promises to arrest protesters engaging in civil disobedience.

Paul Joseph Watson | “In the future, not even our thoughts will be free from search and seizure.”

Ron Paul | This week, supporters of religious freedom cheered the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby case.

Zero Hedge | A few days ago, we asked a simple rhetorical question: “Are you targeted by the NSA?”

Defense One | Looking to Congress for urgent help.

Jon Rappoport | Forget it. What are humans thinking?

Michael Snyder | An increasing number of prominent international voices are starting to question why the U.S. dollar should be so overwhelmingly dominant.

Jermone Corsi | “After America, there is North America.”

BizPacReview | The image was provided by “an anti-illegal immigrant activist,” and the partially burnt flag is on the ground.

Washington’s Blog | NSA apologists will pretend that targeting privacy tool users is necessary to stop the bad guys.

Washington Post | Nearly half of the surveillance files contained names, e-mail addresses or other details that the NSA marked as belonging to U.S. citizens.

RT | At least four shrines to Sunni Arab or Sufi figures have been destroyed by the bulldozers.

Fox News | “If you step over that line, there are consequences to those actions,” Gillespie said.

YouTube | Apparently, this wasn’t a spoof.

New American | If states refuse to submit to the administration’s widely ridiculed edicts, the EPA claims it has the power to step in and create its own “plan.”

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