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#HFT Expands into Northwest Houston!

Hello Friends and Family! It’s a new year and we have big things planned for the coming months. One of the first things we are putting in action is our plan to step up our community work and outreach in the suburbs that surround downtown Houston where the majority of the Houston Free Thinkers work

National

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Rising food, housing costs push up U.S. inflation

Reuters U.S. consumer prices firmed a bit in March, as food and housing rental costs rose in a possible sign that a disinflationary trend had run its course. The increase should allay concerns among some Federal Reserve officials that inflation was running too low, although the rise was mild enough to suggest the central bank

International

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Turkey Plans False Flag Against Syria; Blocks YouTube, Twitter

Brandon Turbeville Activist Post In what appears to be the revelation of yet another attempt to instigate foreign military action on Syrian soil, a video posted to YouTube from an anonymous account allegedly provides the audio of Turkish intelligence Chief Hakan Fidan, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, and Deputy Chief of Military Staff Yasar Guler as

Solutions

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Sacred gardening

ABQ Journal When Aaron Kie talks planting, he’s thinking three sisters, the skin of Mother Earth and the waffle method. When Michael Giese talks planting, he’s thinking three radishes, yields of the Earth’s bounty and box gardens. Kie, 27, an intern who will work with Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s summer campers, and Giese, the executive

Police State

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Postal Service Joins in Federal Ammo Purchases

By Cheryl K. Chumley, (Newsmax) Add the U.S. Postal Service to the list of federal agencies seeking to purchase what some Second Amendment activists say are alarmingly large quantities of ammunition. Earlier this year, the USPS posted a notice on its website, under the heading “Assorted Small Arms Ammunition,” that says: “The United States Postal

9/11

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“He’s Wearing a Diaper!”: TSA Agent Humiliates Cancer Victim

By Paul Joseph Watson – Prison Planet.com – A cancer victim who suffers from incontinence was humiliated during an incident last week when a TSA agent loudly announced “he’s wearing a diaper” to waiting travelers, before laughing and subjecting the man to a strip search. The harrowing account of the man’s experience at the hands

Economy

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Rising food, housing costs push up U.S. inflation

Reuters U.S. consumer prices firmed a bit in March, as food and housing rental costs rose in a possible sign that a disinflationary trend had run its course. The increase should allay concerns among some Federal Reserve officials that inflation was running too low, although the rise was mild enough to suggest the central bank

Technology

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It’s about to get easier to 3D print with recycled plastic

Gigaom 3D printers generally print in one of two types of plastic; either ABS, which is used to make Legos, or PLA, typically found in some types of food packaging. Despite the abundance of ABS and PLA, it’s still expensive to buy the long strings of plastic filament that 3D printers require. A 2.2 pound

GMO's

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USDA Report: GMO’s do not increase crop yields

By: Derrick Broze A recent report released by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service highlights growing concerns over Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) in the food supply. Michael Livingston, one of the authors of the report, stated, ”We are not characterizing them (GMO crops) as bad or good. We are just providing information.”

Drug War

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Man’s good deed lands his home on a list of meth labs

By Paul Brennan | (Iowa Watchdog) DES MOINES, Iowa — On Jan. 5, 2012, Paul Valin called the police to report he’d found a backpack containing what he believed to be meth-making equipment. That simple act of good citizenship landed his and wife Cindy’s house on the National Clandestine Laboratory Register, the federal Drug Enforcement

Environment

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Galveston, Texas, oil spill threatens bird migration

CBS News McALLEN, Texas - Crews armed with infrared cameras worked through the night after a barge carrying nearly a million gallons of especially thick, sticky oil collided with a ship in Galveston Bay, leaking an unknown amount of the fuel into the popular bird habitat as the peak of the migratory shorebird season was approaching.

Globalization

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Color Revolutions 101: The Making Of A Controlled Revolution

Brandon Turbeville Activist Post With the recent destabilization having taken place inside Ukraine and the ongoing destabilization of Venezuela currently playing out in South America, it is important to discuss, in a relatively detailed fashion, the manner in which the destinies of seemingly independent nations are controlled by a world oligarchy. The precise techniques of

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