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Microchips in Our Troops: It’s Almost Here

Written by Gary North on May 9, 2012

We have read about this for 25 years: citizens with embedded microchips. The warnings were premature. The technology did not permit it. Now it does. The U.S. military plans to implant soldiers with medical devices, making them harder to kill with disease. The military’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, announced plans to create […]

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Food Police Ban School Bake Sales in Massachusetts

Written by Gary North on May 9, 2012

The food police never sleep. They are on the alert 24×7. In their cross hairs are school bake sales. They understand the threat to the children. Bake sales center around high-calories, sugar-laden temptation. This has got to be stopped. Beginning on August 1, 2012, it will be stopped in Massachusetts. Massachusetts Puritans burned witches. Little […]

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It Pays to Be Dead: Federal Checks to Dead Employees

Written by Gary North on May 8, 2012

It may seem incredible, but the U.S. government has spent $120 million over the last five years to pay dead federal employees. Yet the government insists it is running a fiscally tight ship. Congress cannot seem to find ways to cut spending. In one case, a man died in 1971. His son collected his paychecks […]

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Agenda 21 Has Moved from the UN to the EPA

Written by Gary North on May 8, 2012

Agenda 21 was formally announced by the United Nations at the 1992 Rio summit on the environment. It has been the operating agenda for world economic control ever since. The USA never ratified the Kyoto Accord. Officially, the government does not hold to the land-use planning program of Agenda 21. But this is a cover. […]

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U.S. Goverrnment to Fund Video Game Production

Written by Gary North on May 7, 2012

The National Endowment of the Arts announced in 2011 that it will henceforth hand out grants up to $200,000 to designers of video games. You may have missed this. I thought you ought to know. I’ll be you did no know that the United States and the world need artistically certified video games. I’ll bet […]

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Popeye Power: EPA Funds Spinach Research as an Oil Substitute

Written by Gary North on May 3, 2012

The Environmental Protection Agency never sleeps in its quest for environmentally friendly energy. So, it awarded $90,000 to students at Vanderbilt University to work on a project. The students think they can get net energy out of spinach. The students know a good thing when it comes along. The good thing is $90,000. The students […]

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