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Russian Bombers Fly Within 50 Miles of California Coast

by Bill Gertz Four Russian strategic bombers triggered U.S. air defense systems while conducting practice bombing runs near Alaska this week, with two of the Tu-95 Bear H aircraft coming within 50 miles of the California coast, the North American … Continue reading

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How to Beat Coming Killer Food Shortages

 A pipe emerges from dried and cracked earth that used to be the bottom of the Almaden Reservoir on January 28, 2014 in San Jose, California. Now in its third straight year of drought conditions, California is experiencing its driest … Continue reading

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Californians lose 800,000 acre-feet of water to 305 minnows

From one year ago. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It would take about four average size minnow buckets to hold 305 3-inch Delta smelt, yet that is number of minnows responsible for diverting enough water to the ocean to provide a year’s supply for … Continue reading

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California Is Turning Orchards into Wood Chips

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Feds Withhold Water To California Farmers For First Time In 54 Years

The US Bureau of Reclamation released its first outlook of the year and finds insufficient stock is available in California to release irrigation water for farmers. This is the first time in the 54 year history of the State Water … Continue reading

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As Fukushima radiation makes landfall on California beaches, Natural News announces lab to test foods for radioactive cesium-137

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Radiation from Fukushima has reached the shores of California. This has been confirmed by county officials in Half Moon Bay, California, who conducted radiation tests and found a 500% increase in radiation on the beaches there. Alarm has been raised over the past few … Continue reading

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California beats 36 states combined in ObamaCare enrollments

California registered more ObamaCare enrollments in October than the 36 states served by HealthCare.gov combined, according to figures released Wednesday. The striking contrast highlights the shakiness of the federally facilitated healthcare exchanges relative to their — mostly — stronger state-run counterparts. … Continue reading

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Anti-government anger fuels long-shot Maryland breakaway bid

Scott Strzelczyk is fed up with what he calls political slavery in Maryland and sees one way out – creating a breakaway state, a feat that has not been accomplished since the American Civil War. Riding a wave of anti-government … Continue reading

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Aetna Pulls Out Of California Individual Insurance Market In Response To Obamacare

If Obamacare’s stated goal was to broaden the health insurance market, give more options to consumers, and generally lower the cost of health insurance, courtesy of the IRS’ flawless execution of yet another unprecedented government expansion, it may be in … Continue reading

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Califiornia dairies going broke due to feed, milk prices

Across California, the nation’s largest dairy state, dozens of dairy operators large and small have filed for bankruptcy in recent months and many teeter on the edge of insolvency. Others have sold their herds or sent them to slaughter and … Continue reading

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This Is How We Enslave Our Children

If California could print their own money, they would not have to propose fiscally prudent measures to save their children’s future as outlined below. We elect politicians in Washington that the political parties allow us to vote for but the … Continue reading

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Swarm of quakes rattle California, Arizona

A series of earthquakes measuring up to 5.4 rattled southern California, Arizona and the Mexican border region Sunday, seismologists said, although no damage or injuries were immediately reported. The small- and medium-level quakes were felt from San Diego and Orange … Continue reading

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Stockton California Mediation Fails – Largest City in History to Declare Bankruptcy

What is Chapter 9 bankruptcy? Bob Deis, Stockton city manager, said the move is a legal method to prevent financial and legal chaos. The city is facing a budget shortfall of nearly $26 million and must, by state law, adopt a … Continue reading

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Remember: Obama Will Not Abuse the NDAA

This video was uploaded to facebook via mobile by a Mr Andrew Tuckman yesterday, January 19th 2012, with the following caption.  I began filming this after a dozen or so train cars went by on a stretch of track south … Continue reading

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California Is Still a Bellwether State

Here is a list of laws enacted by the state of California. Since this is a bellwether state (see Megatrends), the rest of the country should follow within a few years: California passed laws prohibiting the sale, trade, or distribution … Continue reading

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