Legal Marijuana Sales Grow 74 Percent in 2014
What wouldn’t you give to put your money in a business that grew 74 percent in one year? There is such a business, the fastest-growing business in the nation: selling marijuana legally.
Seattle to Fine Residents for Throwing Food in the Garbage
In an attempt to shame residents of their city, a new Seattle law will levy a fine on homes that do not properly sort food out of their garbage.
Obama: Those Who Say I’m Not a Christian Don’t Know Me, But a Non-Christian President Would Be OK
President Barack Obama said that those who believe he is not a Christian do not know him, but even if he were not a Christian, there would be nothing wrong with that. Obama made the remarks in a speech in New Delhi, where he called on India to do more to safeguard religious freedom.
Jordan agrees to prisoner swap with ISIS in deal that could free pilot, Japanese journalist
Jordan has agreed to demands from ISIS that it release a female jihadist held since 2006, in a move that could free a Jordanian pilot captured in Syria last month and possibly a Japanese journalist who pleaded for his life in a video released by the terror group on Tuesday.
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Kurds ask Canada for weapons to battle ISIS
OTTAWA — Kurdish forces have asked Canada for weapons, including armoured vehicles, to battle ISIS terrorists, but the Harper government declined to say Wednesday whether it would grant the request.
Rand Paul: Saudi Arabia Needs to Quit Funding Radical Islam
Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said Saudi Arabia “needs to be working against radical Islam.”
Kurdish Troops Drive Terrorists Out of Kobane – Replace ISIS with Kurdish Flags
Kurdish forces push Islamic State militants out of Kobane, Syria after months of fighting.
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Snowden files show Canada spy agency runs global Internet watch: CBC
OTTAWA - Canada’s electronic spy agency has been intercepting and analyzing data on up to 15 million file downloads a day as part of a global surveillance program, according to a report published on Wednesday.
2 IDF soldiers killed in anti-tank missile attack on Lebanon border; Hezbollah takes credit
Two IDF soldiers were killed and seven were injured in a multi-pronged attack carried out by Hezbollah from Lebanon on Wednesday.
France wants Canada to try again for UN Security Council after 2010 loss: envoy
OTTAWA - Canada should try again for at a seat on the United Nations Security Council despite its historic loss in 2010, because it is a “global player,” says the French ambassador to Canada.
Latest News on Paris Terrorist Attack
Charlie Hebdo Protesters Storm Christian School – Smash Windows
Protest sign reads: “We are peaceful but not for insulter of prophet”
New York Times Publishes Opinion Article By ‘Right Wing’ French Politician
The New York Times has published an opinion article by the supposedly “right wing” leader of France’s fast-growing nationalist party, and the article body-slams President Barack Obama’s reaction to the jihadi murder of eight left-wing journalists in Paris.
Muslims stage angry protests over Charlie Hebdo’s Mohammed cartoon as Boko Haram terror leader hails Paris massacre
Muslims have staged angry protests across the world from Turkey to the Philippines over Charlie Hebdo’s decision to depict the Prophet Mohammed on its latest front cover.
Turkish secret service raided hotels looking for killer’s jihadi wife just two days before Paris murders
Secret service agents raided a chain of hotels in Istanbul looking for the wife of one of the Paris terrorists two days before the attacks began, it emerged last night.
Latest News from Ferguson, Missouri
You Just Can’t Make These Things Up: Meet #BlackLivesMatter’s ‘Social Justice Jester’
It actually says, ‘Social Justice Jester’ on the woman’s bullhorn.
Oakland #BlackLivesMatter Protests Continue
There was no shortage of “black lives matter” protests this past weekend as activists in Oakland and Berkeley sought to link their cause to the life of late civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Hatch, Rubio, Flake Co-Sponsor Bill to Increase H-1B Guest-Worker Visas
On Tuesday, three Republican Senators joined three Democrats to introduce legislation that would expand the number of guest-workers for the tech industry even though there is a surplus of American high-tech workers.
Catch and Release 2.0 — Leaks Highlight Teardown of Immigration Enforcement
Leaked internal training documents from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reveal Border Patrol agents are now receiving guidelines instructing them that the vast majority of illegal immigrants in the U.S. are off limits to federal agents and are substantially immune to detention and deportation. A trusted federal agent in the CBP provided exclusive copies of the documents to Breitbart Texas and also agreed to an interview on the condition of anonymity.
GPS used to track some immigrants caught at border
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Homeland Security Department is experimenting with a new way to track immigrant families caught crossing the border illegally and then released into the U.S.: GPS-enabled ankle bracelets.
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China will capitalize on the euro’s decline
On Jan. 15, the Swiss Central Bank abruptly announced the end of its “bail-out-buying” scheme, wherein it spent high-value Swiss francs in exchange of weak euros. Formed in 2011, this currency peg was intended to prevent the Swiss franc from rising to the high value the market would otherwise place upon it.
Photos Show China Military Buildup on Island Near Senkakus
Recent satellite photos of an island off the coast of China confirm Beijing’s buildup of military forces within attack range of Japan’s Senkaku islands.
China commissions Type 054A frigate into East Sea Fleet
The People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) has inducted a Type 054A Jiangkai II-class guided-missile frigate into service with its East Sea Fleet, a report carried by a PLA-backed news outlet indicated on 19 January.
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Pentagon testers: JLTV hinders marine amphibious assault operations
Pentagon testers have found that Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) prototypes are slow to deploy from ship to shore and, therefore, leaves US Marine Corps (USMC) units “vulnerable to threats”.
Imagery shows heliport on China’s Nanji Islands
Satellite imagery analysis by IHS Jane’s has confirmed that China is building a military base on islands 300 km away from the dispute Senkaku/Diaoyu islands.
Ukraine restarting T-64-based IFV development
Ukraine has renewed development of heavy infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) based on the T-64 main battle tank (MBT), Ukroboronprom has announced.