US State Dept. sued over Henry Kissinger phone records

The US State Department has been sued over its concealment of around 700 transcripts of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s phone conversations in the 1970s. The suit stems from an outstanding Freedom of Information request filed in 2001. RT The National Security Archive filed suit on Wednesday, calling for the prompt declassification and processing of the 700 or so […]

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Rand Paul joins Democratic senators to push marijuana legalization bill

Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, and likely 2016 presidential candidate, joined Democratic Sens. Cory Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand to end the federal ban on medical marijuana, now legalized in 23 states. The three senators issued a statement saying the bill would “allow patients, doctors and businesses in states that have already passed medical-marijuana laws to participate in those programs […]

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Boston Bombing Trial – Racing Past Facts to Spur a Death Sentence

Last week’s opening arguments in the Boston marathon bombing trial immediately veered away from facts and toward influencing the jury’s willingness to impose the death penalty. That’s even before any conviction had been secured. The focus is already on the sentencing phase, when jurors will have to decide if Dzhokhar Tsarnaev merits the death penalty for his admitted role in […]

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Doomed to repeat history…. Poll: Americans, 4 to 1, want WAR with ISIS

Was watching C-Span Sunday AM …. 65% in favor of WAR with Imitation enemy? DOOM! GOP…. Obama soft on War? MSM view below Washington Examiner On U.S. policy toward terrorists in Syria dubbed ISIS, President Obama is being handed rare American support for a military attack against the terrorists, according to a new poll. In its latest survey, YouGov.com finds […]

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How Secrecy May Uncover A Reason To Move Boston Marathon Bombing trial UPDATES

How Secrecy May Uncover A Reason To Move The Boston Bombing Trial by James Henry The judge running the Boston Marathon Bombing trial has gained notice for two things: The secrecy with which he conducts some proceedings, and his steadfast refusal to move the trial. James Henry examines how the judge’s bent for closing the court may work against his […]

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Congressman’s Prescription for Vets: A Joint a Day to Keep the PTSD Away

Obviously – Not sending our people to fight wars for the Global rackets would be preferable! February 5, 2015 by Joseph L. Flatley (Via – Who What Why)   Getting medical marijuana for veterans wasn’t a burning issue in the last session of the House of Representatives, so Congressman Earl Blumenauer is putting a bill to legalize it back on the agenda. The Oregon […]

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