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Injured Occupy Activist: Money Can’t Replace Part of My Brain | Interview with Scott Olsen – Video


Injured Occupy Activist: Money Can't Replace Part of My Brain | Interview with Scott Olsen Abby Martin speaks with Scott Olsen, an Iraq War veteran and activist who was awarded a $4.5 million settlement after receiving permanent brain injuries from…

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Peter Schiff on BULLION BANKS, and the Hidden Trove of QE Money [PRIME INTEREST E024] – Video



Peter Schiff on BULLION BANKS, and the Hidden Trove of QE Money [PRIME INTEREST E024]
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Israelis, Palestinians hold separate talks with US envoy

Israeli and Palestinian negotiators met separately Friday with US peace envoy Martin Indyk, a Palestinian source said, a day after five hours of three-way talks failed to bring agreement.

Indyk first met chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat in the West Bank city of Jericho, but no details of their talks were given.

Israeli officials did not respond to requests for information, but media reports said a new tripartite meeting could be held in the coming days.

The previous day’s talks, held in a Jerusalem hotel, were “very difficult”, the Palestinian source said, adding: “The gap… is still wide.”

State Department spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki said this week that Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are striving to reach an agreement to extend their peace talks beyond an April 29 deadline.

But commentator Nahum Barnea, writing in Yediot Aharonot daily on Friday, likened the almost nine months of talks which Secretary of State John Kerry coaxed them into to prolonged “mutual torture”.

“Kerry keeps them going like a gambler in a casino who insists in putting his money on the roulette wheel, with the hope that the wheel will stop on his number at some point,” Barnea wrote.

“He believed that he would reach a peace agreement; then he limited himself to a framework agreement; he later limited himself even further to an American proposal for a framework; and then just to ideas.

“In the end, the entire prestige of the United States is invested in a marginal, questionable deal, which will only prolong the mutual torture.”

Washington is pushing for an extension, but the negotiations hit an impasse two weeks ago when Israel refused to release a group of Palestinian prisoners as agreed at last year’s launch of the talks.

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Business Briefs: 4/18/14

Drilling equipment company coming to Leetsdale National Oilwell Varco. a Houston-based company that designs, manufactures and sells equipment used in oil and gas drilling and production, has signed a 10-year lease to occupy a new service and support facility being built in Leetsdale Industrial Park.The 27,000-square-foot facility, being developed by Chapman Properties, will allow to expand service and support capabilities to meet the needs of customers involved in Utica and Marcellus Shale drilling activity.NOV currently operates a facility on Saw Mill Run Boulevard in the city

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Bilderberg Conference: Hertfordshire taxpayers to pay remaining 528,000 policing bill

Bilderberg Conference: Hertfordshire taxpayers to pay remaining 528,000 policing bill

4:48pm Thursday 17th April 2014 in News By Charlotte Ikonen, Reporter

Bilderberg Conference: Hertfordshire taxpayers to pay remaining security bill

The remaining cost of policing the Bilderberg Group meeting in Watford will be paid by Hertfordshire tax payers after an application for a grant has been refused by the Home Office.

The controversial conference which took place in June 2013 attracted more than 2,000 people to The Grove Hotel and policing the event cost about 990,000.

Scores of officers from a dozen forces were drafted in for the event, which involved roads being closed with anti-terror legislation and a no-fly zone being imposed over the area.

The Bilderberg Group had made a donation of 462,000 and Hertfordshire Police applied to the Home Office for the remaining 528,000.

However, the cost of policing the event fell short of the one per cent threshold (1.8 million) and was not assessed as bearing a risk to the forces financial stability or capacity to deliver policing.

Hertfordshire Police and crime commissioner David Lloyd previously said the money would come from reserve and he was “disappointed” to have the application refused by the Home Office.

Councillor Lloyd said: “Along with all other police forces in the country Hertfordshire Constabulary has a core policing duty to prevent crime, maintain the Queens Peace, protect the public and prevent damage to property.

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The Bitcoin Revolution is Just Beginning (Preview) – Video



The Bitcoin Revolution is Just Beginning (Preview)
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Follow The Money (Cyprus Bail In) – Video



Follow The Money (Cyprus Bail In)
An UPHIGH Production…One year after the infamous Cyprus bank 'Bail In' one question remains… Featuring Nigel Farge, Max Keiser…(Music – The Enchanted P…

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Google launched

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville City Council committee has approved a $100,000 budget to renovate the upper two floors of the Florida Theatre, which have code violations and are in need of repair. Some City Council members, however, dont agree when the $100,000 should be forked over, and who will get to rent the space once its up to code

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Keiser Report: Money out of Thin Debt Air (E580) – Video



Keiser Report: Money out of Thin Debt Air (E580)
The worlds best compensation plan Sign up for free: http://bedaze.experienceba.com/?SOURCE=youtube In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy…

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Funds will go toward rehabilitating homes in Lisbon

LISBON – At least three village homes could be rehabilitated with federal funding awarded to Columbiana County commissioners as part of the Community Housing Improvement Program.

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