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UFO's are made to destroy the Elite , Illuminati , Bilderberg , Rothschild via Louis Farrakhan
“The Wheel-Allah (God's) Calling Card” on Saturday, January 4, 2014. To vie the full lecture click here Follow Mi…

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8.3 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Near Solomon Islands! Tsunami WARNING
A whopping 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck neat the solomon islands much into the Saturday day. There is a Tsunami Warning in effect for Papua New Guine, New…


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BREAKING: 7.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Solomon Islands, Tsunami Warning
Magnitude 7.6 earthquake hits near Solomon Islands A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck near the Solomon Islands Saturday afternoon, according the U.S. Geologic…

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Published: Saturday, April 12, 2014, 1:00 a.m.

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Volunteers sought for cleanup of states beaches on April 19

Robin Hood – Clever Way To Freedom (Preview) – Ovation
Much takes a theological approach to freeing a slave. (Episode 6) Watch a new episode every Saturday at 9PM ET. Robin of Locksley (Jonas Armstrong) returns f…

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Apr 072014

North Liberty Barn Fire
A small barn is destroyed Saturday night after it caught fire.


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Michelle Obama Promotes Free Speech in China
BEIJING U.S. first lady Michelle Obama visited Peking University Saturday on her whirlwind tour through China. On her second day in China, first lady Miche…

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“Cooking with Jin” – sneak peek episode 3
Take a peek at our upcoming episode – featuring Chef Mukti Catch the live stream on Saturday, March 29th at 2:00PM on Brooklyn Free Speech TV: http://bricart…

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Mar 152014

Emergency services are warning people to stay away from Auckland’s northern beaches where homes are threatened as high tide peaks and ex-Cyclone Lusi causes havoc.

Lusi hit Northland on Friday night, unleashing 91mm of rain near Whangarei over 27 hours and wind gusts of 139km/h at Cape Reinga.

A storm surge damaged a restaurant on Paihia’s wharf and a seawall, several boats came ashore, Marsden Point was closed to all shipping and roofing iron lifted on a building in Mangawhai.

On Saturday, Auckland became the target.

Localised power outages, surface flooding and landslips occurred across New Zealand’s largest city. Three boats broke from moorings and ferry services were disrupted.

One ship heading to Ports of Auckland was diverted to shelter off the Coromandel Peninsula.

Auckland Council Civil Defence controller Clive Manley says weather conditions will deteriorate and coastal erosion will be a problem from 4pm to 10pm on Saturday at Snells Beach, Waiwera, Orewa, Milford, Cheltenham and Whangateau.

High tide is expected at 8pm.

“It’s best to keep away from beaches,” he said.

Civil Defence is preparing to evacuate as many as 50 houses in Milford, Cheltenham, Orewa, Whangateau, and Wairewa, Radio New Zealand reports.

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Freedom – Cunic Ensemble – Live at 7Waves 26/10/13 – 9 of 9
A live performance of Freedom by Cunic Ensemble, live and unmixed, at 7Waves Media Centre, Wirral on Saturday 26 October 2013. Copyright Cottonfield Music….

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The 29th Annual Liberty Jubilee, a family-style fun festival, is set for Friday and Saturday, March 28-29, in downtown Liberty.

Often described as one of the best small town festivals in the State of Texas, the Liberty Jubilee is held around the historic downtown area on the fourth weekend of March each year. The festival dates back to 1986 when it was designed as part of the Texas Sesquicentennial Celebration. The original event, however, was such a success that the City of Liberty decided to continue holding it each year.

The festival opens at noon on Friday, March 28, with various food vendors, arts and crafts vendors and the Liberty Municipal Librarys book and bake sale. That evening there is a fish fry sponsored by the local Lions Club, a fireworks display and a street dance. A popular barbecue cook-off competition is held each year with teams setting up on Friday afternoon and judging held on Saturday.

The festival is greatly expanded on Saturday, March 29, beginning that morning with a parade featuring costumed children on bicycles, walking their pets or riding on small floats. There is literally something for everyone in the family to see or do throughout the day on Saturday. There are three stages of live entertainment, strolling clowns, childrens games and rides, outdoor recreation section, arts and crafts and, of course, great food.

Some of the more popular events are booking up fast, and deadlines for these events are rapidly approaching:

BOOK AND BAKE SALE An annual fundraiser for the Liberty Municipal Library, the Book and Bake Sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and gets under way at noon on Friday and continues all day on Saturday. The Book Sale will be held upstairs you can get there by means of the elevator in the foyer. Pat Craig is chairing this part of the event.

The Bake Sale, which will be held in the foyer of the Cultural Center, provides homemade baked goods, frozen casseroles, jams, jellies, and other popular items. Anyone who would like to contribute such food items to the sale may contact Beverly Davis at 936-336-7476. Food items can be dropped off there on Thursday, March 27, or on Friday morning, March 28.

JUBILEE COOK-OFF This is one of the most popular events each year, and competition is limited to only 20 cooking teams. Spaces are going fast, although the deadline is March 21.

The cooking competition has been one of the highlights of the Jubilee since it was first organized as Texas Sesquicentennial celebration in 1986. Prizes are awarded for brisket, ribs, chefs choice, rib eye steaks and margaritas. Cook-off teams will begin setting up on Friday, March 28, and all meats will be tagged and all food items must be inspected before cooking can begin. Complete rules and application forms are available at city hall.

There will be a number of trophies given in the cook-off contest. Judging will be on Saturday, March 29. A list of all rules, entry fees and other information is available through Liberty City Hall or the citys website Fees or $25 per category or $100 for all events. For more information, call Tom Warner or Naomi Herrington at City Hall, 936-336-3684.

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Top 5 Weirdest Toy Fads | Liberty Treehouse
See more: – “Liberty Treehouse” 9amET Saturday.

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The Hurricanes got some help from Spring-Ford AD Mickey McDaniel to get in the game needed to qualify for districts. If Liberty goes on to win the District 11 4A boys basketball title on Saturday night, the Hurricanes might want to send a gold medal to Spring-Ford athletic director Mickey McDaniel.

Liberty's boys basketball team got on a roll with some help from a new friend to advance to the semis

Robert Edwards of Candler participates in a Second Amendment rally for gun rights at Pack Square Park on Saturday afternoon. The rally, put on by the Mountain Area Citizens Political Action Committee, featured speeches by Carl Mumpower, Greg Brannon and others.

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Shivering outside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Saturday, about 50 members of Manitoba’s Venezuelan community belted out the national anthem of the beleaguered South American country.

They joined thousands of demonstrators around the world this weekend staging “SOS Venezuela” rallies to raise awareness of what’s happening in Venezuela and to show support for its people who have been cut off by a media blackout.

An economic crisis, rampant crime, and food and medicine shortages in the oil-rich country have sent demonstrators into the streets. Government opponents say indiscriminate violence is being used by supporters of President Nicols Maduro to stifle dissent across the country. Maduro, successor to the late Hugo Chvez, is under fire for the country’s problems.

In Venezuela on Saturday, people braced for the possibility of more political violence as supporters and opponents of Maduro’s government planned competing rallies in a bitterly divided country.

In major cities across the country, people awoke to smouldering barricades of trash and debris in some streets, but there were no reports of major overnight incidents.

At Saturday’s rally in Winnipeg, demonstrators whipped out cellphone cameras to take photos of each other holding signs saying Canadians support the freedom of Venezuelans to post on social media. The demonstrators braved the bitter -30 windchill and carried their signs, kids and message to The Forks.

Many people aren’t aware of the situation in Venezuela, said Betty Paz, who immigrated to Canada six years ago. Paz said she worries about human rights being at risk right now for people in many countries, such as Venezuela and Ukraine.

Free speech under fire, protestors say

A lone protester who tried to enter a hotel seconded for the G20 finance minister's meeting in Sydney says he wants the economic body to crack down on tax havens. Bill Johnstone, 67, holding a sign protesting the future fund and accusing it of owning 43 tax havens, on Saturday tried to gain entry to the Intercontinental hotel in Sydney at about 1130 on Saturday. Outside, the Mr Johnstone was …

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Last week High Times and Westword filed a federal lawsuit arguing that Colorado's restrictions on marijuana advertising violate the First Amendment. The complaint argues that advertising by state-licensed pot shops "constitutes protected commercial speech because it addresses lawful activity…and is not deceptive, false, or misleading." On Saturday The Denver Post editorialized in favor of the …

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Feb 112014

Jefferson and Liberty
Buttermilk Junction Old-Time String Band at the Texas Civil War Museum in Fort Worth on Saturday afternoon, February 8, 2014. Originally a Scottish dance tu…

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Pani Pani and the search for Mr Lavalava Cook Islands Ep 5
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