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Fans Think Illuminati Rigged NBA Lotto In Cavaliers' Favor
The Cleveland Cavaliers scored the No. 1 pick in the 2014 draft on Tuesday, marking the second straight year and the third time in four years they will selec…

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Now that the NFL draft has wrapped, its time for the NBA to start recruiting new players for the upcoming 2014-15 basketball season.

For the third time in four years, the Cleveland Cavaliers have won the NBA draft lottery, which means theyll be able to secure their SECOND STRAIGHT No. 1 draft pick.

They MUST be illuminati, right? Well at least thats what the Internet thinks.

How else do you explain the Cavaliers going into the drawing with 1.7 percent chance of landing the first pick and actually winning their third NBA lottery in just four years? (And not only that, but they did score one of the biggest picks of all in 2003 when they got first dibs on signing LeBron James)

ALL SIGNS POINT TO ILLUMINATI.

The Cavs grabbed Kyrie Irving in 2011, Anthony Bennett in 2013 and this year the NBA draft odds is naming former Kansas teammates Joel Embiid and Andrew Wiggins as possible lottery picks.

Who do you think the Cavaliers will sign?

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The Internet Speculates Cleveland Cavaliers Are Illuminati

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If you watched the NBA lottery drawing on Tuesday night, you learned two things: Mallory Edens is adorable and the Cleveland Cavaliers are owned by a cult of old-money power brokers who sculpt world events in their favor.

Indeed, Dan Gilbert and the Cavs front office are Illuminatior at least thats what the Internet believes after watching Cleveland secure its second straight No. 1 draft pick.

How else do you explain the Cavaliers winning their third NBA lottery in four years? The team went into the drawing with a 1.7-percent chance of landing the first pick, a phenomenon which clearly points to its involvement in the seedy underworld of uber-billionaire shadow games.

All the signs are there.

Yes, it is crazy and/or insane with no brain. I was quick to dismiss these findings at first, but upon closer inspection, Ive been able to draw some eerie parallels between Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert and the sect of ultra-rich fixers responsible for most of the worlds assassinations and volcanic eruptions.

Its only too clear to me now that Cleveland has colluded with a powerful, religious cult to acquire a college student for the franchise. Theres no other way to slice it.

Now, should it choose to hold on to the top spot, Cleveland will have the pick of its choice from the 2014 NBA draft.

Well have to wait and see what the Cavaliers do with their new golden ticket. Much conjecturing has occurred in the time since the drawing that this pick might be able to influence LeBron James into returning to Cleveland.

If James does come back home, consider this question answered. Being able to bring the worlds greatest basketball player back to town after practically spitting on his name would officially confirm Dan Gilberts status as the uber kaiser of the Illuminati.

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PJTV – Free to Kiss But Not to Dis: Did the NFL Kiss Free Speech Goodbye?
Trifecta looks at the recent efforts of sports leagues to regulate speech. From the NBA crackdown on L.A. Clippers owner Don Sterling to the twitter reaction of Miami Dolphin Don Jones regarding…

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May 072014

Last week, when the NBA banned racist team owner Donald Sterling, some said: What about free speech? Cant a guy say what he thinks anymore?

The answer: yes, you can. But the free market may punish you. In America today, the market punishes racists aggressively.

This punishment is not censorship. Censorship is something only governments can do. Writers complain that editors censor what they write. But thats not censorship; thats editing.

Its fine if the NBA or any private group wants to censor speech on its own property. People who attend games or work for the NBA agreed to abide by its rules. Likewise, Fox is free to fire me if they dont like what I say. Thats the market in action, reflecting preferences of owners and customers.

But its important that government not have the power to silence us. We have lots of companies, colleges and sports leagues. If one orders us to shut up, we can go somewhere else.

But there is only one government, and it can take our money and our freedom. All a business can do is refuse to do business with me, causing me to work with someone else. Government can forbid me to do business with anyone at all.

Of course, government never admits its doing harm. Around the world, when government gets into the censorship business, it claims to be protecting the public. But by punishing those who criticize politicians, its protecting itself.

Thats why its great the Founders gave America the First Amendment, a ban on government abridging the freedom of speech.

But I wonder if todays young lawyers would approve the First Amendment if it were up for ratification now.

There is a new commandment at colleges today: Thou shalt not hurt others with words. Students are told not to offend. At Wake Forest University, for instance, students cannot post any flyers or messages deemed racist, sexist, profane or derogatory.

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Donald Sterling and the death of Free Speech.
We take a look at how the mainstream media is capitalizing on Donald Sterling's protected speech to demonize the 1st Amendment. Absolutely absurd! Boycott the NBA for not standing behind freedom!…

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The elderly owner of an NBA team spouts racist comments in private that are secretly being recorded. The league ends up punishing him, but is that enough? Should government do something to punish people who say such things?

Hateful and hurtful comments abound daily on the Internet. Sometimes people who harbor such feelings end up committing crimes. Should government monitor cyberspace and take action against such speech?

To students of the United States Constitution and its origins, the answers to such questions are clear. The nations Founding Fathers exhibited extraordinary wisdom when they added a Bill of Rights to the Constitution that included, in its First Amendment, a guarantee of free speech, free press and the free exercise of religion.

The natural inclination of most people in power is to suppress dissent and put an end to ideas that might threaten their power. But the Founders understood that ideas, like commerce, flourish best in a free marketplace, and that the best way to combat hatred and falsehood is to do so head-on, with logic, reason and persuasion.

That wisdom has become only more self-evident since their day.

A government that attempts to ban speech cannot ban the ideas behind that speech.

Left uncontested in societys dark corners, false and dangerous ideas can fester and grow until they burst again into view, too large to confront with reason. On the other end of the spectrum, a government concerned with speech may ban good ideas merely because it perceives them to be a threat.

Unfortunately, Americans are not born with an understanding of these fundamental notions of freedom. Each generation must confront them anew.

One of the most disturbing recent manifestations of this is a bill being sponsored by Sen. Edward J. Markey, D-Massachusetts, a member of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. It would empower the federal government to analyze information on the use of telecommunications, including the Internet, broadcast television and radio, cable television, public access television, commercial mobile services and other electronic media, to advocate and encourage violent acts and the commission of crimes of hate.

This analysis would end with a report that includes recommendations for addressing such hate speech, as long as these are consistent with the First Amendment.

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In our opinion: Why government can't tackle hate speech without shredding First Amendment

The elderly owner of an NBA team spouts racist comments in private that are secretly being recorded. The league ends up punishing him, but is that enough? Should government do something to punish people who say such things?

Hateful and hurtful comments abound daily on the Internet. Sometimes people who harbor such feelings end up committing crimes. Should government monitor cyberspace and take action against such speech?

To students of the United States Constitution and its origins, the answers to such questions are clear. The nations Founding Fathers exhibited extraordinary wisdom when they added a Bill of Rights to the Constitution that included, in its First Amendment, a guarantee of free speech, free press and the free exercise of religion.

The natural inclination of most people in power is to suppress dissent and put an end to ideas that might threaten their power. But the Founders understood that ideas, like commerce, flourish best in a free marketplace, and that the best way to combat hatred and falsehood is to do so head-on, with logic, reason and persuasion.

That wisdom has become only more self-evident since their day.

A government that attempts to ban speech cannot ban the ideas behind that speech.

Left uncontested in societys dark corners, false and dangerous ideas can fester and grow until they burst again into view, too large to confront with reason. On the other end of the spectrum, a government concerned with speech may ban good ideas merely because it perceives them to be a threat.

Unfortunately, Americans are not born with an understanding of these fundamental notions of freedom. Each generation must confront them anew.

One of the most disturbing recent manifestations of this is a bill being sponsored by Sen. Edward J. Markey, D-Massachusetts, a member of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. It would empower the federal government to analyze information on the use of telecommunications, including the Internet, broadcast television and radio, cable television, public access television, commercial mobile services and other electronic media, to advocate and encourage violent acts and the commission of crimes of hate.

This analysis would end with a report that includes recommendations for addressing such hate speech, as long as these are consistent with the First Amendment.

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In our opinion: Can't tackle hate speech without shredding First Amendment

May 022014

POSTED: Thursday, May 1, 2014 – 6:54pm

UPDATED: Friday, May 2, 2014 – 1:40pm

Tyler (KETK) I always like to hear from the audience and a few of you have weighed in about the crazyNBA owner in LA.

You ask me about his First Amendment rights. Well, yes, he has them. So do you. So do I

That’s what I am doing right now. I can speak against the powers that be it state, local or federal government.

In fact, an attorney friend of mine said it best on his Facebook page:”Don’t we have freedom of speech?” they asked him. My friend replies by saying, “Please allow me to point out that the First Amendment protects us against attacks by the government on freedom of speech. The First Amendment does not apply to the NBA or other private businesses. ”

You can get on the federal government all day long, but what you say here in East Texas may hurt you.

Case in point, I could get mad about somebody or something and trash them right here. You could do it at the grocery store or down at the VFW hall, but what you say can be held against you.

If you run a business, people may never buy from you again because they think you’re a nut. You have the right to take on your employer.

They have the right to have the last say and that may not pay very well. I’ll wrap up with that old Johnny Paycheck song.

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What was more popular on Twitter, NSA, NRA or NBA..today?

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California Mayors Stand Behind Anti First Amendment Freedom of Speech Approval
B.W.N https://www.youtube.com/user/BreakingWorldNewsful The mayors of Los Angeles and Sacramento, California react to the NBA's lifetime ban imposed on LA …

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(CNN) – This past week, my inbox blew up with e-mails asking whether Donald Sterling’s First Amendment rights were violated in the uproar over the Los Angeles Clippers owner’s racist remarks about black people. After all, he was simply expressing his views, however unpopular.

While he did have some rights violated, his First Amendment rights remain intact.

The First Amendment protects you from the government punishing you because of your speech. The NBA is a private club, and it can discipline Sterling all it wants.

What about the chorus of criticism? Are we all violating his First Amendment rights by criticizing him? We are punishing him for his speech.

Nope. The First Amendment does not insulate you from criticism. In fact, that’s the First Amendment in action. That is how the marketplace of ideas works. We float our ideas in the marketplace, and we see which idea sells.

Most everyone would agree that Sterling’s ideas fail in the marketplace of ideas. Nevertheless, I reluctantly stand on Sterling’s side today. What happened to him may have been illegal and was morally wrong.

Start with illegal. In California, you can’t record a conversation without the knowledge or consent of both parties. The recording featuring Sterling and V. Stiviano may be the result of a crime. Once she gathered this information, someone leaked it (she denies it was her) — and it went viral. This is where I think things went morally wrong.

We all say things in private that we might not say in public. Sometimes we have ideas that are not fully developed — we try them out with our closest friends. Consider it our test-marketplace of ideas. As our ideas develop, we consider whether to make them public. Should we not all have the freedom to make that choice on our own?

The Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy made his own stupid and bigoted statements, and he’s been nationally pilloried, too — but he chose to make those statements to the world. He deserves every ounce of obloquy heaped upon him.

But does Sterling? Think about what his public character execution means. It means that we now live in a world where if you have any views that are unpopular, you now not only need to fear saying them in public, but you need to fear saying them at all — even to your intimate friends. They might be recording you, and then that recording may be spread across the Internet for everyone to hear.

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The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Consequence Free Speech – April 29, 2014
“The Daily Show” for April 29, 2014. Stewart looks at the difference between free speech and consequence-free speech. LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling is banned from the NBA for life to great…

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Are you worried that the recent lifetime ban of Donald Sterling from the NBA is a devastating blow to free speech rights in the United States? Well, have no fear: on The Daily Show last night, Jon Stewart explained: "This is not the death knell for this country's long and proud tradition of crazy talk." "It's good to see the distinction here between free speech and consequence-free speech …

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Doc Rivers: Silver Decision Was Right One

Clippers coach Doc Rivers spoke to the media before Game 5 of LAs first round series against the Warriors. Rivers shared his thoughts on NBA commissioner Adam Silvers decision to ban Clippers owner Donald Sterling from the league for life and the effort to force Sterling to sell the team.

Clippers coach Doc Rivers spoke to the media before Game 5 of LAs first round series against the Warriors. Rivers shared his thoughts on NBA commissioner Adam Silvers decision to ban Clippers owner Donald Sterling from the league for life and the effort to force Sterling to sell the team.

Search crews have found a father and his two children who had been missing for more than two days in the vast woods and swamps of the Congaree National Park in South Carolina, officials said Tuesday.

John Lackey followed his last outing against the Yankeesa gem which manager John Farrell called arguably the right-handers best showing in a Red Sox uniform with another impressive showing Tuesday night, as the Red Sox beat the Rays 7-4 at Fenway Park. Lackey went eight innings, giving up two runs on six hits and a with five strikeouts. He earned the win, improving to 4-2, lowering his ERA from 4.22 to 3.83.

The moment Bruins and Canadiens fans have been waiting for has finally arrived, as the NHL officially announced on Tuesday the date of Game 1 of their series.

The moment Bruins and Canadiens fans have been waiting for has finally arrived, as the NHL officially announced on Tuesday evening the date of Game 1 of their second round series.

An Oklahoma inmate whose execution was halted Tuesday because the delivery of a new drug combination was botched died of a heart attack, the head of the state Department of Corrections said.

Move over Samsung, there’s a new endorsement for David Ortiz in town. Ortiz announced on Tuesday that he has signed on to be the spokesperson for Dunkin’ Donuts.

An explosion and fire possibly caused by a dust buildup at a Southern California metal-polishing shop injured 11 people Tuesday, including two men who were critically burned, fire officials said.

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NBA2K14 NEXTGEN | MY CAREER | EPISODE 15 | NBA ILLUMINATI | NEW AGENT? | BACK TO THE BENCH
Is the Illuminati in the NBA real? Well we get to find out cuz they may be trying to get My Player “IngravenVids” to sign with them. And in this video I get …

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Religious Freedom Means The Freedom To Discriminate
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I know this ruins a lot of conspiracy theories and the Internet loves a conspiracy (did you know the Illuminati Controls the Red Cross?) but when NBA players get together this weekend for the All-Star Game in New Orleans they are not spending time plotting their next free agent moves together.

Not even close. They may have casual discussions while in the VIP area of a club you cant access, but the conversation more like you and your buddies sitting around watching football and saying, we should totally go skiing in Aspen together next year. Theres a slim chance you get it together and pull the trip off, but most likely that comment is as far as it goes.

Dont take my word for it, listen to Carmelo Anthony. He can be a free agent and the New York Post asked if All-Star Weekend is like a college recruiting trip.

I think All-Star weekend is just a time where you can relax, decompress, kind of reflect on the first half of the season and gear up for the second half of the season, Anthony said, noting tales of recruiting as always, as always are blown out of proportion. As far as recruiting and things like that, that never happens.

A lot of guys especially the people I call friends, the people I talk to its more making sure Im all right, making sure Im keeping my head up, making sure Im staying positive, said Anthony who takes his 27.1-point, second-best NBA scoring average against Sacramento in the Knicks pre-All-Star finale Wednesday at the Garden. Its not, Whatcha gonna do? or You should do this or you should do that. Its more just being there during this time.

Players talk all the time about what its like playing for a team or a city, or about agents, or about women, or about a lot of other things. Sure, some of that is hey, we should try to play together but at the end of the day they will play where they can make the most money, feel the most comfortable and can win. If that works out with guys they like, great.

But sorry, there just is no great conspiracy going on behind your back with player movement. So you guys in the tin foil hats can return to focusing on how even retired David Stern will control the referees and the outcomes of playoff games. Obviously, Stern is high up in the Illuminati.

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(PRWEB) February 03, 2014

Primarily known across the nation as one of the first web-based online search-and-booking platforms specifically constructed to accommodate pain patients and prolotherapy practices within the niche of regenerative medicine, PRP411.com has become one of the most trusted names in non-invasive healing. Consistently upholding its initial mission of proudly assisting any prolotherapy physician who supports and willingly practices the innovative method of healing of healing known as platelet-rich plasma therapy, the company is looking to satisfy a massive influx of patients that have been requesting this up-and-coming form of regenerative medicine. With its sights set on the state of Arizona, PRP411 is calling all doctors who perform PRP therapy to list with this service and become a part of something bigger.

Platelet-rich plasma therapy has been recognized as the go-to source of treatment for world-class athletes over the last decade. Potential Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning has utilized PRP and even Olympic gold medalist and NBA World Champion Kobe Bryant has been a prolotherapy patient. Unlike many other forms of healing, PRP is a non-invasive procedure that is responsible for helping accelerate the mending process of debilitating injuries. Arizona pain patients are starting to realize that this regenerative therapy treatment is the real deal. In fact, PRP as a medical option for Arizona pain patients is currently becoming one of the most popular forms of regenerative healing in the Grand Canyon State.

As aforementioned, PRP injections for pain and injuries involves a method of non-invasive administration so that Arizona patients are not obligated to spend any time in a hospital-based setting for recovery. The last thing a patient wants to do is have to spend hours or even days in a hospital. PRP injections are able to take place right in an Arizona prolotherapy doctor’s office, in which a patient’s blood sample is obtained and put into a centrifuge that separates the blood into its many components. After spinning through this machine, platelet-rich plasma is then collected and treated before it is re-administered into the patient’s injured area.

It has become a proven fact that all Arizona patients who choose this method of healing are in line for experiencing a significantly reduced length of stay. The body’s ability to ambulate sooner immediately becomes enhanced with platelet-rich plasma treatment, a shocking revelation for those who typically would need to recover from a surgical procedure. Patients who are located in Arizona have sought after this treatment are usually suffering from a document-driven medical condition that greatly hinders or degrades any ability to strive in everyday activities. Many patients have chronic or debilitating pain associated with a condition such as osteoarthritis of the knee, shoulder, hip and spine, rotator cuff tears, chronic plantar fasciitis, anterior cruciate ligament (abbreviated A.C.L.) injuries.

Platelet-rich plasma therapy in Arizona is beginning to become a driving force for healthcare in the Grand Canyon State, drastically changing the way patients view pain treatments and increasing a patients overall wellness without any recuperation. As a subscription-based healthcare service, PRP411.com is actively searching for Arizona prolotherapy doctors. The company wants to continue to revolutionize the way healthcare is currently practiced and perceived. Boasting an entire network of some of the United States finest regenerative medicine physicians, PRP411 places major emphasis on reaching out to all Arizona platelet-rich plasma doctors who wish to join this large movement and take in the patient influx this company receives.

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