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Ghost Notes – Freedom Scouts
Ghost Notes 'Freedom Scouts'. From the album 'Moonlight State'. Available November 14th via Sonic Masala Records. http://www.facebook.com/ghostnotes http://www.ghostnotes.incrementalrecords.com

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Granite State Debates, 1st CD: Gun control
The candidates in the 1st Congressional District discuss gun control and the Second Amendment. Subscribe to WMUR on YouTube now: http://bit.ly/1lOjX9C Get mo…

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Events mark 150 years of freedom from slavery in Md.

Freedom came to Maryland 150 years ago this week and in the coming days, the state will celebrate Jubilee 1864.

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People can explore the living history marking Marylanders’ release from slavery.

“Man ignorant of history runs the risk of repeating it again,” a Frederick Douglass reenactor said.

Words of the real Frederick Douglass echo through the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture. Its a poignant message as Maryland prepares to celebrate freedom through Jubilee 1864.

“As a border state, Maryland was not affected by the Emancipation Proclamation like many other border states,” said Lisa Crawley, with the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.

On Nov. 1, 1864, slavery in Maryland would become history. Enticed by Washington, D.C.’s emancipation, men joining the Union Army, and the Old Line State turned to change.

“Slowly but surely, the institution of slavery began losing its power,” Crawley said.

It’s a living celebration 150 years later, as Douglass comes alive at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Meyers Maritime Park. Will Henry “Box” Brown will also come alive at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.

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Oct 282014

Shark patrols skip beaches

The Department of Fisheries has boosted its shark incident response capacity in the South-West with vessels now stationed in Bunbury, Busselton and Margaret River, but most beaches in the Harvey and Waroona shires are not well covered.

Fisheries Minister Ken Baston said locating boats in Bunbury, Busselton and Margaret River would mean that in the case of a threat on the water, and in particular a shark threat, fisheries officers would be able to respond quickly.

This increased on-water response capacity will complement the State Governments investment in a range of measures to protect swimmers and to help inform people about their water use, Mr Baston said.

The State Government recently announced that it would provide Surf Life Saving WA with $650,000 to extend aerial patrols over the South West to cover the school holidays, weekends and public holidays, before daily patrols start from November 24.

Premier Colin Barnett said the State Governments shark hazard mitigation program was worth about $23 million.

Ultimately people need to take responsibility for themselves and make responsible decisions about their water use, be it in relation to surf conditions or shark sightings, Mr Barnett said.

A spokeswoman for the Department of Fisheries told the Reporter last week that the department did not patrol beaches for the safety of beach goers as a matter of course.

Safety of beach users is the responsibility of land managers, the Department of Parks and Wildlife, local governments and Surf Life Saving WA, she said.

The department has fisheries and marine officers based in Bunbury that would provide a response to a shark incident/sighting at those locations by either sea or land patrols, as soon as possible.

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NH State Rep Dave Milz threatens me with hammer!
Threatened for using my free speech by derry gop.

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Oct 262014



Bitcoin Trade 190
In this episode I introduce Bitcoin, digital crypto currency independent form Government and State backing and control, a new technology that allows easy flo…

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Bitcoin and Blockchains: Transcending the State with Math – AgoraFest 2014
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Oct 262014



Bitcoin Trade 192
In this episode I introduce Bitcoin, digital crypto currency independent form Government and State backing and control, a new technology that allows easy flow of funds, trade, exchange, and…

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The Pennsylvania chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it is preparing to file a lawsuit to get the state's new "Revictimization Relief Act"overturned.

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ACLU Says New Pa. Law Violates First Amendment Rights of Convicts



Mark J Victor – Promoting Freedom 10-17-2014
Mark J Victor – Promoting Freedom 10-17-2014 Sound Bite Links – open up comments section . What is the State ? I never met the State . 00:13 You may be one of the bosses . Then things are…

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Weezer – State Fair Phoenix – Islands In The Sun

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'You're moving closer to Russia and blaming Russia for being close to NATO'
Journalists grill Chuck Hagel's recent claims that Russia is on the doorstep of NATO during the daily State Department briefing. Please Like Share Subscrib…

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San Francisco, CA – infoZine – The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), along with reddit and the Internet Archive, filed formal comments with the New York State Department of Financial Services opposing the state’s proposed regulations for digital currencies such as Bitcoin. In the letter, EFF argues that on top of damaging privacy and harming innovation, New York’s “BitLicense” regulatory scheme also risks infringing on First Amendment rights to freedom of expression and association.

The State of New York is currently considering BitLicense, a sprawling regulatory framework that would mandate licenses for a wide range of companies in the digital currency space. The regulations would force applicants to submit significant personal information to the state, including fingerprints and head-shot photographs. The policy would also require these companies to maintain detailed records about all transactions for 10 years, including identity data of users.

EFF notes that digital currency protocols are used for more than just paymentsthey have expressive and associational uses, too. Bitcoin-like systems are used for organizing and engaging with groups or communities. In addition, Bitcoin block chains frequently contain political speech, such as famous quotes and portraits of prominent historical figures. As currently written, EFF argues, the BitLicense regulations place an unacceptable burden on free speech and association.

“The courts have long recognized that code is speech protected by the First Amendment,” EFF Special Counsel Marcia Hofmann said. “At their core, digital currency protocols are code. Attempts to regulate code must include robust protections to ensure constitutionally protected speech is not stifled, and the BitLicense proposal would undermine those First Amendment principles.”

On Oct. 15, EFF launched an online activism campaign encouraging Internet users to oppose the BitLicense proposal by submitting comments to the New York State Department of Financial Services.

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'You're moving closer to Russia and blame Russians for being close to NATO'
Journalists grill Chuck Hagel's recent claims that Russia is on the doorstep of NATO during the daily State Department briefing. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.c…

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Protecting Your Second Amendment Rights
PA State Rep. Rick Saccone highlights legislation to protect your Second Amendment rights from unconstitutional municipal gun control ordinances.

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26 David Duke The Racial Supreamcist State of Israel Dr David Duke
Research: Jewish Ritual Murder, Jewish Ritual Murder Revisited, Jura Lina The Jewish Hand in Bolshevism, The Other Israel, The Jewish conspiracy, Understanding anti-semitism, The Khazarian…

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Blame game: NATO expanded to Russia, or Russia moved towards NATO?
Rear Adm. John Kirby battled with Associated Press reporter Matt Lee at the State Department's daily press briefing on Thursday. The Pentagon press secretary stated by positioning forces…

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State legislators are concerned about Second Amendment rights so much so that the Senate has passed a bill that would prohibit local regulation of firearms or ammunition.

State Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati, R-Brockway, announced Friday that the senate passed House Bill 80 by a vote of 34 to 14 on Thursday.

State Rep. Martin Causer, R-Turtlepoint, said he supports the bill that would put a stop to local laws or ordinances attempting to regulate firearms or ammunition.

Now the bill is in the hands of the state House of Representatives following Thursdays vote.

I think its very much needed, Causer said, who was a co-sponsor of the original House Bill.

Causer said the measure promotes uniformity in regards to firearms across Pennsylvania. People traveling throughout the state would not have to worry about local gun laws being different.

Scarnati says the legislation would protect Pennsylvanians Second Amendment rights.

This legislation is a commonsense measure to not change, but simply clarify current law, Scarnati said. Senate Bill 80 clarifies existing law to ensure that firearms and ammunition laws are consistent across Pennsylvania.

There has never been such an issue across the region, Causer said, but he sees a problem in southern Pennsylvania, especially Philadelphia.

Causer said the bill would let an individual or organization sue to block or overturn a local ordinance. If successful, the individual would be able to recoup expenses, including attorney fees, costs, and lost income from employment, according to Scarnati.

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Fmr. NATO Commander: US Boots On The Ground Required To Combat Islamic State
Fmr. NATO Commander: US Boots On The Ground Required To Combat Islamic State (October 16, 2014)

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Dr. David Dean of the Ohio State University Department of Plastic Surgery has been researching regenerative medicine for nearly two decades. His research during this time has made significant contributions …

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Columbus Doctor Reveals Technological Advances in Regenerative Medicine



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