Episode #405 – 5 Explosive Things Buried In The News By The Boston Bombing

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Friday April 26, 2013

5 Explosive Things Buried In The News By The Boston Bombing

1) Fukushima is spewing 710 billion bequerels of radiation into the atmosphere

2) Senator Lautenberg submitted legislation regulating the sale of black powder

3) U.S. is about to commit troops to a war in Syria, and has also given Israel the okay to act unilaterally against Iran

4) CISPA legislation was passed in the House and defeated in the Senate, but will undoubtedly make a comeback even worse than the bill which was defeated.

5) The STOCK ACT F716 allows politicians to make inside trades on Wall Street

 

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