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Bizpac Review | This is one case where getting the whole picture made the difference.

Zero Hedge | Windows 10 is watching – and logging and sharing – everything users do… and we mean everything.

The Hill | Facial recognition technology is becoming one of the nation’s great unknowns.

Michael Krieger | The charge is treason. The crime is journalism.

Gateway Pundit | Vet refuses to live in fear.

Lionel Nation | You can be no more addicted to the internet than you can to language or radio waves.

Washington Examiner | The chairwoman of the Federal Election Commission has renewed talk about targeting campaign and political activities on the internet.

London Independent | He detailed his experience in a blog post on Morrissey fan site True To You.

Louder With Crowder | In the UK, it is now a crime to offend Muslims. Or even to think anti-Islam thoughts.

Reuters | After she set bail, some people in the courtroom began applauding.

Joshua Krause | In a recent interview with Goldman Sachs chief Loyd Blankfein, Bloomberg revealed his true colors.

Truth Revolt | Unanimous vote.

Fox News | The Los Angeles Superior Court order issued Tuesday prohibits the Center for Medical Progress from releasing video.

WDRB | A Hillview man has been arrested after he shot down a drone flying over his property — but he’s not making any apologies for it.

New American | Incredibly, the resolution even speaks of “protecting education from commercialization.”

Paul Joseph Watson | A young man in Spain has been fined for calling the police lazy in a Facebook post.

Truth Revolt | “Avenge my death by any means necessary!”

Michael Krieger | So how bad is Malaysia’s human rights record?

London Telegraph | Chief Constable Sara Thornton, head of the new National Police Chiefs’ Council, says officers’ priorities are changing in response to budget cuts and the changing face of crime.

Joshua Krause | As time goes on, cars are becoming less of a symbol of freedom and status, and more like automated golf carts that coddle their drivers.

Michael Krieger | The United Kingdom has gone batshit crazy. There’s simply no other way to put it.

London Independent | Authorities have not identified the attackers but most commentators have assumed that they were Muslims.

Gateway Pundit | A Bessemer, Alabama family had their home shot up after hanging a Confederate flag on their front porch.

EAG News | A New Jersey union is taking issue with job advertisements for Kean University’s satellite campus in China that give preference to those in the Chinese Communist Party.

Truth Revolt | Good to know that the Washington Post is covering all the hot issues.

RT | The mass incarceration policy in America over the last 40 years has created more problems than it has solved.

Daily Caller | Sally Kohn has remained steadfast in her defense of Planned Parenthood.

New American | The Orwellian cities of the future being designed and imposed right this instant all over the world — so-called “Smart Cities” — will be watching you.

Chirstina Sarich | Is smell enough to pin someone?

Shooting Sports Retailer | The Justice Department is reportedly considering launching a civil rights investigation against a Florida gun store owner who says he’s banned Muslims from his shop.

UK Daily Mail | Google has come under fire for a controversial new service that reveals just how much it knows about you.

Daily Caller | The Democrats can’t make the Planned Parenthood disaster go away.

EAG News | Want a school lunch? Get your palm scanned.

New American | President Obama is pulling out all stops to end segregation in the cities and towns of America, directing his administration to make rule changes.

Mac Slavo | Once society has set its course for total control, there is no bounds it will not cross in order to achieve it.

RT | The UN Security Council has held consultations on the investigation of the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.

Sky News | A member of a hacking community claims Impact Team “will profit in a big way” if they sell the stolen personal details.

Joshua Krause | It all started when Michigan resident Richard Houghton was driving through Wisconsin, where he was pulled over by a police officer.

Daily Caller | And it’s not just veterans facing this scrutiny: now it’s anybody who gets Social Security.

Michael Krieger | It’s as if these guys are publicly auditioning for a top job within the financial-miliatry-cyber-industrial complex.

PINAC | The thin blue line is more like a big blue wall, and they don’t even bother trying to hide it.

UK Daily Mail | When the attack ended, the victims ran nude to a nearby liquor store for help.

Mac Slavo | Thank your lucky stars that the former Supreme Allied Commander For Europe and one-time U.S. Presidential candidate Wesley Clark never made it to the highest office in the land.

New American | The U.S. Senate voted July 14 to deny parents the right to opt-out of standardized tests administered as part of the federal government’s education mandates.

Mac Slavo | Data collection and invasive monitoring of American citizens has been at the forefront of government activities for decades.

UK Daily Mail | Buckingham Palace has reacted with fury after footage of the Queen performing a Nazi salute as a young girl was released by The Sun last night.

Paul Joseph Watson | Political correctness is king following attack on Marines.

Kurt Nimmo | Act ignores role of FBI in creating terror attack plots.

The Hill | The president of Planned Parenthood on Thursday apologized for the “tone and statements” of its chief medical officer.

Mac Slavo | New statistics show that the murder rate has dropped significantly.

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