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Robert Pitas
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iSpy: The CIA Campaign to Steal Apple's Secrets
Researchers working with the Central Intelligence Agency have conducted a multi-year, sustained effort to break the security of Apple’s iPhones and iPads.
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Bush had tons of people bussed to CPAC to make it sound like he had support and to help him win the straw poll. Failure on both counts! 
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No, you're not getting it. The establishment believes that CPAC is important, so on election years they pour tons of money, attendees and resources into it so that they can claim that their candidate is "severely conservative" even if they are clearly Liberal. The reason no winner of CPAC has never won is NOT because a conservative can't win. It's because the establishment throws the contest on election years.
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Rand Paul sponsoring a bill to rein in the Executive Branch's regulatory agencies: www.paul.senate.gov/files/documents/REINS114.pdf
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The Prosecutor in this case belongs in jail for discrimination for denying PTI when so many real criminals who actually hurt people have gotten PTI. Oh yeah, and Chris Christie is a useless piece of crap for not putting a stop to this immediately before this poor mother's life was ruined. People should join me in donating to her defense fund here: http://nj2as.com/
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People should donate to the defense fund for this poor single mother. And the prosecutor in this case should be in jail. Oh yeah, and Chris Christy is a useless piece of crap for not making this go away immediately before this woman's life was ruined.
A gun rights advocacy group, we fight unreasonable gun control laws & lobby for responsible ownership & use of firearms (the right to carry).
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What da faq did I just watch? Sort of NSFW.
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So what changed in 1913?  The Federal Reserve.
Ron Paul was right all along.  They still refuse to audit it.
We all know why too.  There is nothing left to audit.
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There should be a federal law that after holding a person for more than a certain length of time without pressing charges or giving a person a trial, all people involved (directly or indirectly) in holding the person are charged with kidnapping and thrown in prison pending their own trial. There is absolutely no possible justification for "indefinite detention" - if a person is guilty of a crime then PROVE IT, otherwise let them go.
by Matt Clarke By July 2002, Omar Khadr, a skinny l5-year-old boy born in Toronto, Canada, had become a radical Muslim militant. He received his first training in an Al-Qaeda camp at the tender age of twelve. To Khadr, a kid who loves Die Hard movies, Nintendo computer games and junk food, ...
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My wife and I went apple picking here a couple of weeks ago and it was great, if a little expensive. I've never been apple picking before so I was absolutely amazed by how many apples were on the trees. It was ridiculous - I have an apple tree in my hard, but it's nothing like this - there were so many apples on the trees that some branches actually broke off from the weight! We picked Macs, Cortlands (my wife grew up in Cortland, NY so that was cool) and Macous (sp?) and all of them were delicious once we got them home. All of the apples we picked were perfect, and we really didn't have to pick and choose - they all looked perfect. The staff were very friendly and they have the typical farm-stand up at the front main building, with tons of excellent looking pumpkins (no dirty or asymmetrical ones) and the place was buzzing with activity. I docked one star for the price - a small bag (half peck?) was something like $22 which seemed really expensive. That's not that many apples, although my excellent cook of a wife was able to make an apple crisp, a pie, and still have a couple apples left over for eating.
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I've tried just about every Asian restaurant around the Taunton area, and there are only two I really go to. Fusion Kitchen is the one I eat at most often and they are great. Whether you're getting delivery or dining in, the staff are really friendly and the food is excellent. I used to work right across the street from South Station in Boston, so would go into China Town at least once per week, so I know my Chinese food, and Fusion Kitchen does a really good job with their dishes - no "Americanized Chinese" here, just really good flavorful dishes. I personally really like their General Gau's Chicken, and my wife swears by their Vegetable Lo Mein. If you're eating in the staff are very friendly and efficient, and they have a sushi chef set up right up front near the door, with camera's pointing down on his work surface so you can watch him make the sushi on a TV on the wall above. Very talented guy. I highly recommend Fusion Kitchen!
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