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Video: Protesters rally against compulsory vaccination in Brisbane

June 22, 2015 | 5 Comments Advocating for freedom of choice in Australia. Photo: TOTT News Protesters rallied at Queens Park in Brisbane yesterday to oppose proposals to revoke family tax benefits of conscientious objectors to vaccination, through means of legislative reform, and to promote the ideals of freedom of choice from state-enforced measures through […]

Cop trying to restrain woman hit in head by attacker (VIDEO)

Somali troops stage raid on ‘senior’ ash-Shebab leaders: Official

  According to AFP, internal security spokesman Mohamed Yusuf Osman said that members of the US-trained National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) carried out the attack inside Bardhere town, a stronghold of the Somali-led Al-Qaeda affiliate in Gedo region. Osman said a police station and the district headquarters used by ash-Shebab militants […]

EU extends Russia sanctions for six months

  Officials confirmed Monday that the EU foreign ministers have agreed in their recent meeting in Luxembourg to extend the Ukraine-related sanctions until the end of January 2016. Reports said that top European diplomats endorsed the decision without any debate. Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said that the EU will discuss the […]

EU launches military mission to tackle migrant crisis

  Meeting in Luxembourg on Monday, the ministers gave their nod for the mission to head into its Phase 1, which would see five warships, two submarines, and three maritime patrol aircraft carry out intelligence gathering operations with drones and helicopters in attendance. The European Union Naval Force Mediterranean Sea (EU NAVFOR […]

Greek premier warns against ‘excessive’ demands by creditors

  Alexis Tsipras made the remarks in a statement on Monday prior to the planned emergency talks with its creditors, i.e., European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund. The statement said “abandoning excessive primary (budget) surpluses, protecting salaries and pensions, avoiding excessive and unreasonable hikes in electricity (rates)” are instrumental […]

Taliban capture another district in Afghan province

  The terrorists made the new gain early Monday after they engaged in heavy clashes with local security forces. The militants attacked the district of Dashti Archi from four sides and took full control of it following intense fighting, Mohammad Yusuf Ayubi, head of the provincial council, said, adding that around 150,000 […]

Nazi-connected companies’ products should be identified – nationalist MP

Aleksey Zhuravlyov, State Duma deputy. (RIA Novosti / Mikhail Voskresenskiy) Source Article from

We Need Domestic & Internat’l Regulations To Prevent Outsourcing

Print Friendly When corporations can move about the world as they please, workers have no chance of ever winning any long-term concessions from them.   (Lewis W. Hine) In the early 20th century, working conditions in the Unites States were abysmal and often deadly. Legal protection for workers was all but nonexistent. At the same time, […]

Steal From Taxpayers, Blame The Poor

Print Friendly Credit: Ineteconomics It’s a vicious circle of hypocrisy: Americans dependent on the safety net are urged to “get a job” by the same free-market system that pays them too little to avoid being dependent on the safety net. Theft, Part 1: The Average U.S. Household Pays About $400 for Safety Net Programs for […]

Take Action To Stop The DARK Act

Print Friendly Photo: March Against Monsanto in Marseille Today, at 10 a.m., Reps. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.), G.K. Butterfield (D-N.C.) and their band of pro-GMO, anti-consumer, stomp-all-over-states’-rights outlaws will stand before the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health and ask the Committee to support H.R. 1599. We’ve been calling H.R. 1599 the DARK (Deny […]

How Jeffrey Sterling Took On The CIA — And Lost Everything

Print Friendly THIS IS HOW it ended for Jeffrey Sterling. A former covert officer for the Central Intelligence Agency, Sterling sat down in a federal courtroom with a lawyer on either side, looking up at a judge who would announce in a few moments whether he would go to prison for the next 20 years. A […]

Irish Burn Water Bills, Fly Greek Flag In Solidarity At Mass Dublin Protest

Print Friendly Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland A LARGE CROWD has marched to the GPO in Dublin today as water charge protests return to the capital. Having taken a backseat to campaigning for the same-sex marriage referendum, is once again at the forefront of the political agenda. Today in Dublin, thousands marched to the GPO, where […]

Palestinians make urgent plea to save Khader Adnan as more join hunger strike

Ali Abunimah Rights and Accountability 21 June 2015 Palestinian artists paint a mural depicting hunger striker Khader Adnan, in front of the Red cross office in Gaza City, 25 May. Ashraf Amra APA images Palestinians are calling for urgent international intervention to save the life of Khader Adnan who has been on total hunger strike […]

Manhunt for escapees resumes near upstate prison

N.J. teacher accused of having sex with female student

Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office New Jersey charter school teacher Lauren Mitchell, 32, is accused of having sex with a female teen from her school in the teacher’s Lyndhurst home, according to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office. A New Jersey charter school teacher is accused of having sex with a female teen student from her […]

Gunfire leaves three wounded in Jersey City: police

Dylann Roof wanted massacre to end in suicide: victim’s son

Uncredited/AP Dylann Roof appears via video before a judge on Friday in Charleston, S.C. Hate-fueled mass murder suspect Dylann Roof tried to kill himself after slaughtering nine people at a South Carolina church — but he ran out of bullets, a victim’s son claimed. Kevin Singleton told the Los Angeles Times the […]

Son dies protecting mother from Chicago gunman: reports

Honor of Charleston Shooting Victims, Unity Chain Overflows the Ravenel Bridge

Over ten thousand people spanned the Ravenel Bridge Sunday night as part of the Bridge to Peace event honoring the nine people who were killed during a Bible study at the Emanuel AME Church Wednesday. A sea of faces as far as the eye can see on the #RavenelBridge tonight. #UnityChainCharleston #BridgetoPeace — The […]

2 teens, 2 adults injured in Jersey City public shooting

Reuters Four people, including two 15-year-old teenagers, were shot in a park in Jersey City, New Jersey amid a large basketball court party. This is the third mass open-air shooting to target partygoers in the US in the space of two days. READ MORE: West Philly shooting: 7 people, incl. 2 kids critical after gunman […]

NASA publishes 1st ‘near-true color’ images of Pluto (VIDEO)

Still from The US National Space Agency has published the first ever images of the remote dwarf planet Pluto and its largest satellite. The picture quality leaves much to be desired, but NASA promises the best is yet to come. NASA has compiled a number of photographs from its New Horizons mission on the […]

US Defense Secretary Sees German Military Buildup as Cure-All for NATO

Making a tour of Europe this week, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter will first stop off in Germany, where he will push the centerpiece of his view for NATO policy, which is trying to convince Germany to dramatically increase military spending and willingness to intervene abroad. Present estimates put Germany at between 8th and 9th […]

Ukraine’s Right Sector Demands End to Ceasefire With Eastern Rebels

A new statement from Ukraine’s far-right Right Sector party today demands an end to the Minsk ceasefire deal, negotiated between Ukraine and eastern rebels with the help of Russia, Germany, and France. The ceasefire was reached back in February, and has mostly held since. The Right Sector was critical of the negotiations in the first […]

Taliban Offensive Nears Major Northern Afghan City of Kunduz

Afghan officials today confirmed that the Taliban’s offensive against Kunduz Province, launched back in April, has successfully expanded to take control of the entire Chardara District, leaving the forces closer to Kunduz itself, a city of 300,000 people. Afghan military officials reported 70 troops remain surrounded in the district, and promised to launch a new […]

19 Civilians Killed in South Afghanistan Roadside Bombing

A roadside bombing in Afghanistan’s tense Helmand Province has killed at least 19 civilians, nine of them children, in the Marjah District. The civilians were from a village that was the site of recent fighting, and were trying to return since the fighting was over. There has been no claim of responsibility for the incident, […]

Commanders Report Splintering in Taliban Leadership as ISIS Grows

Facing growing pressure from a fledgling ISIS affiliate, Afghanistan’s long-standing Islamist group the Taliban is struggling to remain united, with a pair of commanders quoted in NBC News as saying there is a growing three-way split among the faction’s leadership.  “The Afghan Taliban who want to continue to fight are led by Mullah Omar,” the […]

A Retired Officer’s Perspective of McKinney Incident

Today a video was brought to my attention of a retired police officer from Plainsboro, New Jersey by the name of Eric Potts.  This video is an angry rant about members of the, “FaceBook Police Academy” unfairly judging Officer Eric Casebolt for how he handled the situation at the McKinney pool party incident 2 weeks ago. […]

17 Year-Old Boy Dead After Traffic Stop in Mulliken, MI

Leah Racine shared this post via’s submit page. Date of Interaction: 2/28/2015Police Employee Involved: Sgt. FrostPolice Employee Contact Information: (517) 543-3512 On February 28, 2015, in Grand Ledge, Michigan, Deven Lee Guillford, 17, was pulled over for flashing his high-beams at a police officer. When Sgt. Frost from Eaton County police department showed up to […]

Ralston Veteran Officer Arrested for DUI

  On June 18, 2015, a veteran officer with the Ralston Police Department was arrested for drunk driving after being spotted weaving in his car by a Ralston Public Works employee.  Ralston Police conducted the traffic stop of a vehicle driven by Sgt. Jason Christensen at around 8 in the morning.  He was taken to […]

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