Reduce Your Taxes With New 3D Printers

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Well well, businesses taking welfare from the Government!

Reduce Your Taxes With New 3D Printers

Deduct up to $560,000 from your 2012 corporate taxes with IRS tax code Section 179.

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THE SECULAR PARENT / Shhh…not all black people love the Lord!

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–parenting for the 21st Century!!…


W.E.B. DuBois was on of America’s earliest black skeptics.  While growing up under strong religious precepts, it would be at Harvard that he would loosen the grasp that Christianity had on his mind; by the time he’d returned to America from his studies in Europe,  DuBois had developed a not so “black” view of religion.


As a matter of fact, when DuBois took a job at Wilberforce University in Ohio in 1894, he immediately “irked his superiors by refusing to lead students in public prayer.”   He would later write that he “increasingly regarded the church as an institution which defended such evils as slavery, color cast, exploitation of labor and war.”


Zora Neal Hurston, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, Cheikh Anta Diop, all of these beautiful are among  the many American Blacks who have made serious inquiry into the relationship between our people and the faith that has propped us up for so long.

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Wal-Mart Strikers Prove the 99% Can Fight Back

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According to the Organization United for Respect at Walmart, 1,000 protests occurred at Wal-Mart stores across 46 states, with hundreds of workers walking off the job in an unprecedented decentralized, open-source strike at the retail giant.


Editor’s Note:


I support the Wal-Mart Workers stuggle for decent wages, full time employment and benefits. Wal-Mart forces US Taxpayers to pick up the slack in Wal-Mart wages and benefits. US Taxpayers need not pay Wal-Mart wages and benefits using US Safety Net procedes when Wal-Mart has GigaBillions as one of the wealthiest stores in the world! Once again the wealthy are putting the risk n workers while taking all the profits for themselves!!!

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Would you get into a plane with no pilot? Tests begin on next-generation of civilian ‘drone’ aircraft flown by remote-control

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The consortium behind the project hopes it will dramatically slash the costs of air travel, make possible new airborne services, and free pilots from potentially dangerous but essential missions.


Editor’s Note:


CyberInterNetics is now on the fast track. Get ready for more news items about how CyberInterNetics is taking over all human labor. We better get our economic house in order to prepare to compensate humans by sharing the bounty of CIN. We are all stakeholders in the productions CIN will provide. It’s time now to start implementing the payout to all of us or suffer the consequences of greed, dominionism and wholesale general population extermination by the .0001%

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Season’s Celebrations to You and Yours

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The celebration of the Fall Harvest as well as celebrating the Summer Solstice is a great time of year for family, friends, neighbors and co-workers as well as sharing good cheer with strangers. 


It’s good to make your Season’s Celebrations bright with compassion, caring, empathy and sharing. 


So in keeping with the time of year, Merry Season’s Celebrations to Your and Yours!


~John & Mary S.

Take Back Our Country?

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plasmaborne4rel note:


It’s long overdue to take action. I’ve been recording Spreaker netcasts for a while now. You can listen and comment with your own thoughts. Please join the conversation. Even start your own Spreaker Radio Broadcast..

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Grow Your Own Black or Green Tea – New Life On A Homestead

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One day, as I was making our beloved sweet tea, it occurred to me that it would be awesome if we could grow our own tea! Imagine never having to buy those tea bags again!


So I did a little research, and this is what I found out…

Black Tea (which is what we use for our Southern Style Sweet Tea), and Green Tea (which I also enjoy) are made from the same plant- Camellia Sinensis.


Although it is native to Asia, it can be grown in zones 7-9.

It is an evergreen shrub or small tree, which should be pruned to 4-6 ft. in height for ease of picking.

In the Fall it blooms small white flowers.

These plants need full sun to part shade, in rich organic soil. They thrive in neutral to partly acidic conditions.

Garden of Tomorrow shares some fantastic information on how to use this tea plant

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