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November 6, 2012 – DCMX Radio: Election 2012, Sea Shepard Operations, Bunk Vaccines, DARPA Robots, Baltimore’s Audio Spies
Sea Shepard Launches Operation Zero Tolerance SHOCKER: Vaccines found to be absolutely useless, manipulated ‘research’ explored Election 2012 Updates – Obama Wins? Colorado’s Voters approve Recreational Marijuana DARPA Robots get nimble – Skynet beefs up Baltimore Rolls out 24/7 Audio Spying on Public Transit to ‘combat crime’ Every Week... Read more
Romney Family Buys Voting Machines Through Bain Capital Investment
Tagg Romney, the son of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has purchased electronic voting machines that will be used in the 2012 elections in Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, Washington and Colorado. “Late last month, Gerry Bello and Bob Fitrakis at FreePress.org broke the story of the Mitt Romney/Bain Capital investment... Read more
Third-party Candidates Spar in US Debate
Representatives of the Libertarian, Green, Constitution, and Justice parties have held a presidential debate in Chicago. Four third-party candidates, who were not invited to the presidential debates between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, have faced eachother in Chicago. Tuesday’s debate was hosted by the Free and Equal... Read more
10 Urgent Preparations for Possible Riots After the Presidential Election
You’ve probably seen the news all over the ‘net: If Romney wins the election on November 6, many Obama supporters plan to riot in the streets. A surprising number have announced their plans to “kill Romney.” Simultaneously, FEMA has announced it is preparing for an event involving “mass casualties.”... Read more
Election 2012: The Koch Brothers, Super PACs, and Bundlers
ProPublica rounds up the best investigative reporting on campaign finance. This week, we’re exposing the world of campaign finance post-Citizens United, the 2010 Supreme Court case that opened the door to super PACs. The stories fall into three categories: donor profiles, pieces on super PACs, and scandals (though as... Read more