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Israel cuts water supply to Palestinians near al-Quds

Israel cuts water supply to Palestinians near al-Quds

truther March 12, 2014 1

The Israeli regime has reportedly cut off the water supply to some 45,000 Palestinians residing in the areas around East al-Quds (Jerusalem), local sources say. Residents of Shuafat refugee camp said on Wednesday that their

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Conn. Cop: I Will Kick Down Doors To Confiscate Guns

Conn. Cop: I Will Kick Down Doors To Confiscate Guns

truther March 11, 2014 2

A Connecticut man revealed shocking comments made by a Branford police officer this week who has openly defended door-to-door gun confiscation. After the tragic Sandy Hook shooting in 2012, Conn. lawmakers mandated that all “assault

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Russia mulling sanctions against West

Russia mulling sanctions against West

truther March 11, 2014 1

Moscow is preparing a bill that would freeze the assets of European and American companies operating in Russia in response to potential Western sanctions against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine’s Republic of Crimea. A

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Armed Texans to March at SXSW

Armed Texans to March at SXSW

truther March 11, 2014 0

March begins at High Noon on Wednesday, March 12 at the corner of 12th St. and San Jacinto in Austin The Austin chapter of Come and Take It Texas is holding an open carry march

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Sleep Soundly, America: 81-Year-Old Lady Jailed for Feeding Birds

Sleep Soundly, America: 81-Year-Old Lady Jailed for Feeding Birds

truther March 10, 2014 0

That’s right. An elderly woman violated her probation by leaving bread crumbs out in her yard for crows and will remain behind bars. Eighty-one-year-old Mary Musselman was first arrested last month for feeding bears in her

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Make taser-proof clothing with carbon-fiber linings

Make taser-proof clothing with carbon-fiber linings

truther March 10, 2014 0

On Hackaday, Shenzhen demonstrates some proof-of-concept "taser-proof clothing" created by adding carbon fiber to the clothes' lining. The carbon fiber textile can be procured in a variety of forms, including upholstery fabric (58" wide,

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New York Man Facing Manslaughter Charges for Protecting Family from Burglar

New York Man Facing Manslaughter Charges for Protecting Family from Burglar

truther March 10, 2014 2

A New York Man is facing manslaughter charges after he did what any normal man trying to protect his family would do – stop a gun wielding burglar form entering his home. Youssef Abdel-Gawad shot

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Insurance Policy Holder Discriminated Against For Being A Lawful Gun Owner

Insurance Policy Holder Discriminated Against For Being A Lawful Gun Owner

truther March 10, 2014 4

A policy holder from the Erie Insurance Company received a notice of cancellation for owning a firearm. After this photo began circulating the internet, I became suspicious of it being legit, because it’s hard

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Conn. police refuse to enforce new gun laws

Conn. police refuse to enforce new gun laws

truther March 9, 2014 1

A showdown is developing between a sizable number of Connecticut state police officers and the politicians who passed into law highly restrictive gun control, gun bans, and bans on high capacity magazines. Gun rights legal

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State May Ban Common Hunting Rifles

State May Ban Common Hunting Rifles

truther March 9, 2014 1

Owners of many popular hunting rifles would become felons under a new gun control bill being considered by legislators in a Northeast state. The New Jersey bill meant to ban so-called assault weapons would make

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Missouri Teachers Object to Being Shot During Drills

Missouri Teachers Object to Being Shot During Drills

truther March 7, 2014 1

Missouri students and teachers required by law to participate in active shooter drills Teachers in St. Francois County, Missouri, have complained after they were told part of their duties include being shot at with pellet

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Video: Florida man Sean Law fights $130,000 in messy yard fines, cites First Amendment

Video: Florida man Sean Law fights $130,000 in messy yard fines, cites First Amendment

truther March 7, 2014 0

Is a constitutional lawn-care crisis blooming? The defiant Longwood resident has filed an appeal with the Florida Supreme Court over the fines for his lawn full of deadwood, weeds and trash. He says he

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