"If a government cannot prove the honesty and accuracy of the elections by which they claim authority over the people, then the people are neither legally nor morally obligated to obey that government's dictates nor to pay its bills nor to send their children to die in that government's wars, and may with full moral justification resist with lethal force efforts to coerce said dictatorship, looting, and conscription." -- Michael Rivero

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In the glitzy and often tumultuous world of showbiz, the lives of celebrities can sometimes take a dark and destructive turn. The bright allure of fame, fortune and adoration can lead to a downward spiral, leaving even the brightest stars in the darkest place. One such star who knows this journey well is the kind-hearted child actor Macaulay Culkin, who once reigned as the biggest sensation in Hollywood. But as the years passed, so did her youthful innocence and the former Home Alone darling became the focus of constant media speculation.


 

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 It's Carnival season in New Orleans and that means the lines outside local bakeries are long and the pace inside is brisk as employees attempt to keep up with customer demand for king cakes—those brightly colored seasonal pastries that have exploded in popularity over the past few years.


 

Tags: COMPUTERS/INTERNET, CURRENT EVENTS, GREAT BRITAIN/ UK, IMMIGRATION/GLOBALISM, RUSSIA/ UKRAINE /BELARUS /CRIMEA
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 An Afghan migrant man wanted for maiming a mother and her two daughters in a corrosive substance attack in London is a convicted sex offender who converted to Christianity to successfully claim asylum after two failed attempts , according to multiple reports.


 

Tags: COMPUTERS/INTERNET, CURRENT EVENTS, FRANCE, GREAT BRITAIN/ UK, SOUTH/CENTRAL AMERICA
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Tags: ECONOMY, HIDDEN HISTORY, POLITICS/ ELECTIONS/ CORRUPTION
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The proposed Pet Animal Registration System under the ‘Pet Animal Registration Act’ stipulates annual registration for pets, with a sliding scale of fees that seems to punish those without the means to pay.

At $8.50 for pets with a designated caregiver, $16 for unneutered or unspayed pets with a caregiver, and a hefty $25 for pets without a caregiver, the financial burden could be significant for multi-pet households, not to mention breeders and sellers who may face the tax for each animal over six months old in their care.

This fee structure applies to a broad spectrum of animals, ranging from dogs and cats to reptiles, amphibians, fish, and even invertebrates, leaving no pet owner untouched.

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I believe that major natural disasters will be one of the dominant themes of 2024.  Right now, a gigantic “Pineapple Express” storm is absolutely pummeling the state of California, and an even stronger “Pineapple Express” storm will hit the state right behind it.  But authorities in California will really get bent out of shape if we say that these storms could potentially be part of a catastrophic multi-week pattern that many have suggested may or may not be developing.  Meanwhile, the state of Hawaii is being rocked by hundreds and hundreds of earthquakes.  In fact, we are being told that there were more than 220 earthquakes in just one 24 hour period earlier this week

Tags: SCIENCE/ HEALTH/ CLIMATE/ NATURE
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Tags: 911, AFGHANISTAN, COVER-UP/ DECEPTIONS/ PROPAGANDA, IRAQ, WAR/DRAFT/ VETERAN AFFAIRS, WHITE HOUSE
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Israel is using a land route for the import of goods through the Gulf and across the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia, and Jordan to Israel, in an effort to bypass the shipping route through the Red Sea blockaded by Yemen’s Houthi rebels.

Following the start of Israel’s ongoing bombardment and invasion of the Gaza Strip, Yemen’s Houthi rebels launched numerous attacks on ships allegedly on their way to Israel through the Red Sea, seizing them and significantly impacting global trade passing through those vital shipping lines.

That, along with naval and aerial attacks on the Houthis by the United States and Britain, have forced ships to use the alternate route passing southern Africa’s Cape of Good Hope and around the continent and through the Mediterranean, making the trips – and subsequently much of global trade – costlier and more time-consuming.

In an effort to circumvent those circumstances, Israel was reported back in December to have been planning a land route stretching from the east of the Arabian Peninsula to Israel, as an alternative route that could potentially cut the costs and length of time for the transport of goods.

Those reports were initially unconfirmed by Israel and Gulf Arab states, with some such as the Jordanian government denying the formation of such a land route.

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