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- 1 Russia, China, Brazil in NSA top eavesdropping priority - report
- 2 Video: Blueprint For Americas Destruction
- 3 The Frightening New Mind Control Technology That Can Hack Your Brain
- 4 Obama Justifies NSA Spying: Paul Revere Did It First
- 5 Thousands of HealthCare.gov sign-ups didnt make it to insurers
Russia, China, Brazil in NSA top eavesdropping priority - report
American special services are wiretapping telephone calls and monitoring internet-traffic in Brazil, China and Russia. This fact is proved by NSA ex-contractor Edward Snowdens disclosures. Today Brazilian newspaper the "Globu" published the materials based on journalistic investigation by Glenn Grinuold, Roberto Katz and Jose Casadu.Grinuold who ...
Video: Blueprint For Americas Destruction
Anthony Gucciardi joins The Alex Jones Show to discuss the continued downfall of the United States. Foreign governments are adopting the very principals that made the US the worlds beacon of prosperity while America drowns in a sea of increasing tyranny.
The Frightening New Mind Control Technology That Can Hack Your Brain
Theres a frightening new technology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) thats right out of a comic book. Scientists at the technical school have figured out how to implant false mental reactions in a mouse. This technological advancement is terrifying when considering that it could lead to real life brainwashing and mind control like that ...
Obama Justifies NSA Spying: Paul Revere Did It First
Argues US has always defended freedom through surveillance Steve Watson Prison Planet.com January 17, 2014 In a speech that was billed as an announcement of reforms to the NSAs mass spying practices, the president argued that the US has a long history of defending liberty by conducting surveillance. Obama even cited Paul Revere, in remarks clearly designed to ...
Thousands of HealthCare.gov sign-ups didnt make it to insurers
Sarah Kliff Washington Post December 15, 2013 Enrollment records for close to 15,000 HealthCare.gov shoppers were not initially transmitted to the insurance plans they selected, according to a preliminary federal estimate released Saturday. While these cases pose a challenge for the Obama administration, officials say they believe the situation is improving. Since early ...