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2012 US presidential campaign cost $7 billion

Romney vs Obama

Parties, candidates and other organizations put up about $7 billion in the 2012 presidential election in the US. It was the first presidential vote following the Supreme Court ruling that granted corporations freedom of political speech. And like every American presidential election before it, it set the record for most …

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RFID chips soon to be in your socks

RFID chip in sock

Pushing war and world hunger to the back of the line, the next important issue that technology is tackling is mismatched and missing socks. A company called Blacksocks has developed what it’s claiming are the world’s first smart socks that make them virtually impossible to mismatch and incredibly easy to …

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21 CIA agents convicted in Italy

Over 5 years ago, I provided a time line of events involving a CIA kidnaping that occurred in Milan. That case has concluded. The last appeal has ended. 23 Americans were found guilty, 21 of whom were or are CIA agents. I congratulate those in the Italian justice system who pursued this case. They …

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The global central banker directory

If there’s printing going on in your neighborhood Who you gonna call? CENTRAL BANKERS! If a loaf of bread costs a trillion bux Who you gonna call? CENTRAL BANKERS! The Newer New Normal in paper destruction has arrived, and Benny and the Inkjets will soon learn that the one response …

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Romney calls for ‘US-led world’

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US Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney considers “American leadership” to best suit the international community. “The world needs American leadership…and I intend to be a president that provides the leadership that America respects and will keep us admired throughout the world,” Romney said at a Thursday campaign rally in the …

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Google vows full service to Israeli Mossad

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Chief executives of the search engine, Google, vowed in a recent meeting with Israeli prime minister to render full service to the Mossad spy agency. “Investment in Israel was among the best decisions ever made by Google,” Google chief executive Eric Schmidt said during the meeting with Netanyahu. During the …

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What has made mini-casinos highly popular?

When the word casino comes to your mind, you might think of a huge complex, which has a lot of table games and slot machines. But, all gambling places do not have huge properties with several restaurants, slots rows, and retail outlets. There are some smaller ones too which serve …

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Will the defeat of ISIS bring peace to Syria?

Defeat ISIS peace to Syria

The collapse of ISIS in northern and eastern Syria, as well as its impending eviction from Mosul in Iraq are celebrated by some commentators as the beginning of the end of the Syrian conflict. However, it could be argued that the impending demise of ISIS in Syria and Iraq represents merely …

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13 most underreported news stories of 2013

Manning Assange Monsanto Swartz Gitmo

From Aaron Swartz to Assange, Monsanto to Manning, fracking fears, Iraq carnage and more, here are RT’s “Top 13 of 2013.” These vastly underreported stories are some of the biggest ones to fly under the mainstream media’s radar this year. The persecution and death of Aaron Swartz The visionary cofounder of …

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Obama wins back the right to indefinitely detain under NDAA

Obama NDAA

The Obama administration has won the latest battle in their fight to indefinitely detain US citizens and foreigners suspected of being affiliated with terrorists under the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. Congress granted the president the authority to arrest and hold individuals accused of terrorism without due process under …

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The History of Poker

The origin of the game of poker has long been a mystery, but history shows that it dates back to nearly a thousand years ago. Moving from country to country, some historians believe the game was first played in the 10th century by a Chinese emperor, while others are of …

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10 modern methods of mind control

mind control

The more one researches mind control, the more one will come to the conclusion that there is a coordinated script that has been in place for a very long time with the goal to turn the human race into non-thinking automatons.  For as long as man has pursued power over …

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Julian Assange’s new show: The World Tomorrow

“The World Tomorrow” is a dynamic new television discussion series on Russia Today featuring Julian Assange as host. It is a collection of interviews featuring an eclectic range of guests, who are stamping their mark on the future: politicians, revolutionaries, intellectuals, artists and visionaries. Imran Khan [youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=an-AJIqN_r4[/youtube] When …

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Will Bond Indexing Topple Foreign Exchange Market Transactions

Investors frequently include foreign or international bonds in their portfolios for two important reasons; to benefit from the higher interest rates and to diversify their assets. Bond index finds present the simplest and most efficient way to invest in foreign bonds. Also known as bond indexing, the technique is cost-effective …

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