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U.S. Marshals Scan Passenger Retinas to Board Flight: “Like Everyone Else, I Complied”

During the war on terrorism, Americans compromised their liberties to fight for freedom. Now, during the war on immigration, Americans will again be compelled to sacrifice liberties for American sovereignty. In the name of security, anywhere, anytime. All measures will be justified, everyone will be authorized and the population will be controlled. That is the […]

China’s Exports “Surprisingly” Drop By Mike “Mish” Shedlock/  Saturday, October 12, 2013 5:20 PM Economists expected a 6% rise in Chinese exports. Instead, exports fell 0.3%. Please consider China’s September export growth in surprise slide.  China’s export growth fizzled in September to post a surprise fall as sales to Southeast Asia tumbled, data showed, a disappointing break to a recent […]

Furloughs bite for customs workers / By Mike M. Ahlers, CNN / updated 5:28 AM EST, Fri March 8, 2013 (CNN) — The U.S. government on Thursday notified 60,000 federal workers responsible for securing borders and facilitating trade that they will face furloughs due to government-wide spending cuts. Customs and Border Protection said it expects furloughs and other austerity […]

Iran prohibits exports of gold, coins without Central Bank’s licence / Trend S.Isayev, T. Jafarov / Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 31 Iran has prohibited exports of gold and golden coins from the country, without the licence issued by country’s Central Bank, Mehr reported. Deputy Director of Iranian Customs’ Technical Department Mohammad Rza Naderi said that because of exchange rate fluctuations at Iran’s markets, it has […]

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Why you need a second passport

Sovereign Man by Simon Black March 29, 2012 Santiago, Chile It wasn’t too long ago that nearly every human being lived their entire lives without traveling more than 10-miles from home. For the small handful of people who actually did venture out, you could make it across the globe with no official documents whatsoever. This […]