Here’s what happens when government tries to control your diet

By   /  July 25, 2014  /  News, Washington  /  No Comments

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By Bre Payton and Dustin Hurst | Watchdog.org
If you give a mouse a cookie a bureaucrat some power over your meals, he might just make you count your calories…

You will be made to care. 
He will criticize you for eating beef…

And may even offer you some bugs!

This really happened. Using their infinite wisdom, government officials really asked Americans to eat [...]

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Robot army is coming for your minimum wage job

By   /  July 21, 2014  /  California, National, News  /  No Comments

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This billboard predicting that workers will be replaced by iPads was spotted over the weekend in San Francisco.

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Berkeley approves free pot for low-income residents

By   /  July 7, 2014  /  Around the Web, California, National  /  No Comments

LEGALIZE IT?: The best news isn't that pot will be legal in two states, but that the legalization victories could point the way to a broader, pro-freedom movement.

By William Bigelow | Breitbart.com
The city council of Berkeley has approved an ordinance stating that the three marijuana dispensaries in the city will probably have to offer pot to low-income members and homeless people at no charge. 
The East Bay Express first revealed that the ordinance requires the dispensaries to donate 2% of the marijuana they sell every year to people in [...]

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Jon Stewart obliterates IRS scandal, total agency incompetence

By   /  June 25, 2014  /  News, Video 1  /  No Comments

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Paul Ryan just destroyed an IRS official over Lois Lerner’s missing emails

By   /  June 20, 2014  /  Video 1, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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NIH spent $480,500 to text message drunks

By   /  June 12, 2014  /  Around the Web  /  No Comments

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By Elizabeth Harrington | Washington Free Beacon
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has spent nearly half a million dollars text messaging alcoholics to encourage them to stop drinking.
Dr. Frederick Muench, an assistant professor in Columbia University’s psychiatry department, is leading the $480,500 study aimed to reduce “problem drinking.”
“The proposed development study entitled, Tailored Mobile Text Messaging to Reduce Problem [...]

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