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September 24th 2014

>Obama announced an executive order covering ‘climate-resilient international development’ that will force federal agencies to consider the global-warming impact of international development work


>China and India ignore UN climate change summit.

>Obama does NOT look for congressional approval to bomb Syria and does NOT warn Syria of the incoming airstrikes

>Khorasan al-Qaeda-linked group hit with 8 u.s. airstrikes in Syria during their final stages of planning attacks

>The US, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates launched airstrikes against Sunni ISIS-linked militants in Syria lion the militants’ de facto capital of Raqqa and along the porous Iraq border.

>11 civilians including 4 children killed in airstrikes

>The Shia militia of Liwa Abu Al-Fadl Al-Abbas, formed during the conflict in Syria, has reportedly announced its rejection of US military intervention to fight the Islamic State in Iraq, arguing that the US is using this as a pretext to reoccupy Iraq.

>Israel shoots down syrian fighter jet, claims it crossed into their airspace.

>Sierra Leone seals borders with Liberia and Guinea to stop Ebola

>App being developed to track Ebola outbreak in motion

>how will Ebola permanently transform America?

>”smarter” cars to be released within 2 years, many shocking revelations in this bloomberg article about how fast technology is evolving.

>nanosensor acting as a tongue can “taste” better than a human because it has no personal prejudice

>”safety robots” taking over international airport in India

>Hundreds of floating robots could soon surveil the oceans. A deal between Boeing and Liquid Robotics, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, means fleets of seafaring robots will augment existing military aircraft and ships in monitoring the seas.

>Secret Service puts up a second fence outside the original White House fence

>Oregon and Colorado Ready to Fight for GMO Labeling in November While Industry Pushes Bill to Remove State Rights

>Cartels have long intimidated Mexican journalists, and even killed reporters who ignored their threats. This video suggests that organized crime is also trying to buy off journalists, creating a new brand of narco-journalism.

>DHS says 90% of meth now being produced and distributed by Mexican drug cartels after crackdown on homemade labs. CBP officers say smugglers will stop at nothing to conceal the meth are becoming very creative. They will put it in all sorts of compartments, like tires, fire walls, seats, sealing floors, gas tanks and even transmissions.—276414491.html

>The accounting system used by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid, which manages Obamacare, doesn’t track “expenditure totals for CCIIO-related polling, focus groups, or advertising and other public relations activities,” GAO said in a report made public Monday.

>115,000 illegals being kicked off obamacare on September 30th

>Russia and China dealing directly, no dollar needed!

>Russia’s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation said on Monday it will provide up to eight nuclear reactors to South Africa by 2023, in a $50-billion strategic partnership between the two countries

>RUSSIA HOLDS MASSIVE MILITARY DRILL: 155,000 TROOPS, 4,000 TANKS, 632 AIRCRAFT, 84 SHIPS To “demonstrate that the degree of combat preparedness in Russian troops has risen”

>Thousands of university students waving yellow ribbons and “Democracy Now” banners boycotted their classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to maintain control over Hong Kong elections, marking an escalation of the city-island’s pro-democracy movement that now is taking aim at local pro-China billionaires. Chanting “Reject fake elections,” the students marched at Chinese University and said their boycott will continue all week as they gather en masse at government offices and headquarters. The protesters said it’s the first phase of a battle that will include occupying Hong Kong’s central business district in the next few weeks to tell the city’s elite to stop backing China.

>U.S. being flooded with near perfect fake driver licenses. costs $150, shipped in from China, fails laser and ultra-violet tests.

>homeless from all over the u.s. moving to Colorado because of marijuana legalization, putting strain on social services

>Public Religion Research Institute pushes strong drug war propaganda saying support for cannabis legalization dropped 7 points in the past year from 51% to 44%

>incredible chart shows Americans have nearly stopped buying gasoline in the past 7 years

>Weekly Standard’s Stephen Hayes, also a Fox News contributor, discovers he’s on the DHS terrorist watch list.

>Two Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles were bought over the summer for $2,500 each by the Tulsa Police Department and the Tulsa County Sheriff’s department. The vehicles carry a price tag of $733,000. A non-military armored vehicle would cost a law enforcement agency between $160,000 to $250,000. “For $2,500,’ I joked with the (seller), ‘Can we get two?’ It’s just too good of a deal,” said Tulsa Deputy Police Chief Dennis Larsen.


>“The right of the citizen to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, either by carriage or by automobile, is not a mere privilege which a city may prohibit at will, but a common right which he has under the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,” the Court ruled in Thompson v. Smith.

>“The right to travel is a part of the liberty of which the citizen cannot be deprived without due process of law under the 5th Amendment,” it was decided in Kent v. Dulles.

>“Undoubtedly the right of locomotion, the right to move from one place to another according to inclination, is an attribute of personal liberty, and the right, ordinarily, of free transit from or through the territory of any State is a right secured by the 14th amendment and by other provisions of the Constitution,” according to a ruling in Schactman v. Dulles.