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Our State Department recruits future diplomats at Muslim Brotherhood Jihadist event.
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Times247 by: Katherine Timpf Thursday, May 31, 2012
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EU Targets Seeds and Gardeners; Critics Lash Out Alex Newman | Tuesday, 07 May 2013 14:11 As part of the seemingly never-ending drive to expand and centralize its own coercive power, the controversial European Union in Brussels is now targeting seeds and gardeners with a proposed new “law” aimed at regulating all “plant reproductive material” within the bloc. Despite strong backing by mega-corporations and genetic-engineering giants, however, the proposal has sparked a furious grassroots outcry around the world that transcends traditional political divides.
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by Thelma A. Taormina In the cesspools of Austin, Texas and Washington, DC, there are snakes who are trying very hard to hide their past failures to uphold the Constitution of Texas and the Constitution of the United States!
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