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TDV Week in Review: April 13th, 2014

April 13, 2014
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The winds of independence are blowing throughout the world, and nothing could be better for our future. This host of secession movements is sweeping over the world, from Crimea to Venice to the US and has major implications for the future of life on earth.

WHY?

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The Weekend Vigilante April 12, 2014

April 12, 2014
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Hello from Toronto Bay,

Not quite as warm, beautiful, safe or free as Acapulco Bay but it is what it is.

I flew direct from Acapulco to the Bush crime family international airport in Houston and then had to go through the whole ridiculous process of going through customs and immigration and then through the full security theater of taking off my shoes, belt and emptying everything into a tray and faking an injury to avoid being xrayed and patted down just to get on a connecting flight to Kanada.

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70 Militarized Federal Agencies & A Standoff In Nevada Later, US Tyranny At All-Time High

April 11, 2014
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[Editor's Note: The following post is by TDV Editor-in-Chief, Jeff Berwick]

It has been one of the major untold stories of the Barack Obama presidency. 

The US federal government has militarized more than 70 agencies, from the post office to park rangers. Even the Social Security office and the International Revenue Service are a part of the shocking trend which should raise red flags for all Americans or anyone living in the US. 

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Common Core Wants Children to Rewrite Bill of Rights

April 10, 2014
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[Editor’s Note: The following post is by TDV contributor, Wendy McElroy]

“Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” --attributed to Vladimir Lenin

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US Moves To Restrict Travelers Taking International Flights

April 9, 2014
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[Editor's Note: The following post is by TDV Editor-in-Chief, Jeff Berwick]

The US government is using the Malaysian Airlines flight 370 to tackle the "widespread lack of passport screening in all countries." The US is stepping up their processes. Already each passport of incoming visitors to the US is screened through multiple databases. After flight 370 disappeared, the US has started this process for all outgoing passengers. 

"Coupled with this information and the new abilities to act on that information definitely makes air travel a lot safer," according to one government official. 

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Marc Faber Says To Get Your Gold Out Of The US Now… Here’s How

April 8, 2014
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[Editor's Note: The following post is by TDV Editor-in-Chief, Jeff Berwick]

This is an incredibly crucial time.  What I have called the most dangerous time in human history for capital.

You could end up doing almost everything right in the end and still losing everything.

'How?'  You ask.

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Is Your Domain Name Safe From Nefarious Interests?

April 7, 2014
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[Editor's Note: The following post is by TDV contributor, Mark E. Jeftovic]

The soft underbelly of everything you do online are your domain names and DNS. (Briefly, your domain names are the labels people use to reach your website or send you email: i.e dollarvigilante.com. DNS is the mechanism computers use to map where these various connections are to take place).

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TDV Week in Review: April 6th, 2014

April 6, 2014
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"You own a gun!?" she said in complete surprise. I knew I had gone too far. She is new to the group, dating a friend.

She is really darling. A beautiful, younger woman. She misses living in New York. I wish she had more girlfriends.

I don't recall exactly what I was talking about, when she interjected, but I can tell you I was probably more concerned with my next drink and where I can get some good, safe drugs now that Silk Road had been shut down.

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Statism is Dying - Freedom is Rising: The Weekend Vigilante April 5, 2014

April 5, 2014
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Hello from Anarchapulco,

I've got good news!

I rarely like to give myself much praise on things as I truly don't think I am especially talented at most things... but one thing I may have a knack for, if my life history has been any indication, is seeing opportunities and shifts before most of the population identifies it.

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Who Killed Kurt Cobain? Twenty Years Later, The Free Market Looks for Answers

April 4, 2014
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[Editor's Note: The following post is by TDV head researcher, Justin O'Connell]

Saturday April 5th, 2014, will mark the twentieth anniversary of the death of Kurt Cobain, perhaps the last true rock star. By the time Kurt had become an American icon in 1991, he was thinking of leaving the limelight and expatriating. He liked how other cultures didn't ask him for autographs like Americans did. The tabloid nature of media in the US, also, was too much for him.

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