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Kurt Nimmo | Duck Dynasty patriarch says corporate media misunderstand biblical verse.

Reuters | Mark Cuban, the outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, on Thursday defended comments he made about race and bigotry.

Washington’s Blog | The Fact that a Senator Even Needs to SAY This Shows How Far We’ve Fallen.

The Daily Sheeple | In 2013, the lives of Joel and Gracie Escamilla changed dramatically – and not for the better.

National Review | We already know the government has tracked our political activities.

Zero Hedge | “I hope there are people who love the feature and post more,” says Facebook’s product manager excitedly about the new feature they just added.

Truth Revolt | “This the very first time I see husbands and husbands.”

Mikael Thalen | News groups promise invasion is not “Russians” or “New World Order.”

Wired | We will soon have to live in a world with no such thing as privacy and no such thing as secrecy, says Richard Aldrich, speaking at PINC 15 in Amsterdam.

Washington’s Blog | Amnesty found that most Americans believe that torture is never justified.

World Net Daily | ‘This administration doesn’t see its opponents as dissenters but as enemies’.

Carlos Miller | Shaun Mahoney tried his best to maintain possession of his phone, but eventually complied after several hours in handcuffs.

Zero Hedge | It has been over two months since Malaysian flight MH-370 disappeared and still not a single credible trace of its final resting place has been found.

RT | A Republican senator is advocating the use of firing squads as a form of execution in the USA, after a botched lethal injection in Oklahoma in April. Paul Ray from Utah says his proposal would be a more humane form of execution.

Christina Sarich | Florida has been rife with swell-headed government officials and city ordinance pushers who have shown complete disregard for individuals going about their business, trying to live a sustainable life.

New American | On August 1, citizens in Minnesota will rejoice that the police can no longer steal their property without their being convicted — or even charged with — a crime.

Mac Slavo | Russia’s control of valuable domestic resources puts them in a unique strategic position against the United States.

The Washington Free Beacon | If it’s summer movie season, that means it’s time for me to make some counterintuitive claims about the blockbusters in our midst.

Prison Planet.com | A Police Sergeant admits that the increasing militarization of domestic police departments is partly to deal with returning veterans who are now seen as a homegrown terror threat.

Prison Planet.com | Newly leaked Marine Corps’ documents detail yet another military urban training center that more closely resembles a small U.S. town than a foreign combat zone.

RT | The anti-sexism initiative was seized upon by Manif pour Tous.

Life News | A judge in England this week ruled that a pregnant 13-year-old girl can have an abortion, even though she is 30-weeks along.

New American | Under the guise of improving “road safety,” unelected bosses at the European Union have decreed that all new cars across the bloc must be fitted with mandatory GPS tracking devices.

Washington’s Blog | The Big Secret Behind the Spying Program.

CBS 11 News | Chances are better than 50-50.

Chronicle Telegram | The decision did not provide a legal explanation on whether Walther’s order was appropriate.

Michael Krieger | There is something very, very wrong with the Albuquerque, New Mexico police department, and the citizens have just about had enough.

Washington’s Blog | A leaked slide from Edward Snowden was released this week by Glenn Greenwald in his new book, No Place to Hide.

Mike Paczesny | Milwaukee police forced their way into a gun rights advocate’s home without a warrant and literally kidnapped a woman for an “emergency mental evaluation“.

Mikael Thalen | Officer claims puppy would not stop “advancing” towards him.

PINAC | Police in Ohio tasered and arrested a man after he video recorded them making an arrest, seizing his phone as “evidence”.

London Guardian | Privacy International claims development of programs that remotely hijack computer cameras and microphones is illegal.

Mises Daily | Students of history as well as Second Amendment enthusiasts will find this a fascinating book.

London Telegraph | Popular TV shows such as 24, Homeland and Spooks blamed for one in three Britons condoning use of torture.

Prison Planet.com | According to some universities they feel that it is offensive to Latin Americans.

Carlos Miller | Virginia police were aggressively arresting a man at a McDonald’s when another customer decided to pull out his phone and record.

Daily Caller | A Massachusetts woman with the good sense to record her cop encounter on her cell phone is now facing felony wiretapping charges.

Truth Revolt | For ages 5 to 25.

Judicial Watch | The Obama administration appears to have a terrorist “hands off” list.

Natural News | When totalitarians like President Obama and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder begin to lose Hollywood, you know that liberty is truly in danger of becoming extinct in America.

Prison Planet.com | Disturbing footage has emerged corroborating a Long Island man’s account of a police encounter late last month which left him bruised and bloodied at the hands of two Nassau County cops.

Prison Planet.com | On December 10, more than two dozen police officers from across Miami Dade County converged on a blue Volvo that had crashed in the backyard of a townhouse on 65th Street just off 27th Avenue.

Daily Caller | Colorado’s new gun law requiring a background check for any transfer of a firearm has left one woman unarmed.

Steve Watson | Passenger electrified after becoming tangled in seat belt.

RT | US officials will soon be banned from citing leaked data in speeches and written documents.

PINAC | A disturbing dash cam video shows a group of Michigan police officers pouncing on a mentally ill man.

Daily Caller | A nine-year-old Portland girl was handcuffed and arrested after engaging in a small feud with another girl. She was treated like a criminal and even detained at a police station.

Business Insider | Five Nobel-Prize winning economists have signed onto an academic report published Tuesday in the London School of Economics calling for an end to the “war on drugs,” calling it a “global failure.”

Paul Craig Roberts | “Live free or die” is the motto of the state of New Hampshire. I hope the residents are prepared to die, because living free is not what they do.

Truth Revolt | “I only had a couple of seconds to take a picture of it with my cell phone.”

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