Disassociation Nation – 01/28/15

DNLogo Tonight on Disassociation Nation, Niz kicks off the show taking a historic look at Committees of Correspondence and Safety. Then in the B-Block, Wisconsin Police ask home owners to volunteer to have their homes searched for firearms and the Justice Department is tracking your location using license plate readers, storing all that information in a searchable database. In the C-Block, we host calls from Kyle Rearden from the blog ‘The Last Bastille’ as well as Wolf a militia member from Montana concerning the Committee of Safety. Rounding out this Wednesday evening, Nick takes us through some prepping basics and must haves.

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Fossils From An Undiscovered Species Of Human Discovered

By The Rundown Live

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Thomas Nelson | HigherPerspective

Not quite human, not quite Neanderthal, but something else. That’s what scientists who have discovered fossilized teeth in China are calling it. The teeth likely belonged to hybrids of known populations of hominids, or to a whole new species of human that we simply never knew of.

Homo neanderthalensis lived in Europe and western Asia, while Homo sapiens lived in Africa. A mysterious group of extinct human relatives called Denisovans were present in Siberia, and Homo floresiensis lived in Indonesia. These teeth were recovered from an early Late Pleistocene site in Northern China.

“Teeth are like ‘landscapes in miniature,’” study author María Martinón-Torres of CENIEH tells the BBC. “Each of those slopes, grooves, valleys define a pattern or combination of features that can be distinctive of a population.”

Their findings effectively indicate the existence of a population in China that is remarkably similar to both Homo sapiens and Neanderthals, but are of an “unclear taxonomic status.” They could have been a result of interbreeding between different Homo species, or maybe a lineage all of its own.

“What we have seen is an unknown group for us,” Martinón-Torres says. But she cautions: “We cannot go further to say it’s a new species because we need to compare it to other things.”

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Cops Shutdown High School Kids Trying to Earn Money by Shoveling Snow

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Matt Agorist | FreeThoughtProject

Bridgewater, NJ — In America, “Land of Opportunity,” you are free to pursue your dreams of financial freedom, provided you have filled out the proper form and been extorted by the proper bureaucrat.

Two teenage boys from Bridgewater, New Jersey are getting a hard does of this statism after their pursuance of financial freedom landed them in hot water with the fuzz.

Earlier this week, Matt Molinari and his friend Eric Schnepf, both seniors in High School, were going door-to-door advertising their snow shoveling services in advance of the storm. School was out, and instead of sitting inside and playing XBOX, these two young entrepreneurs felt the fire of enterprise and decided to turn their down time into an actual dime.

However, Molinari and Schnepf apparently didn’t realize that in order to make a dime you have to pay a quarter — to the state. When the two boys were out trying to rustle up some business during what they saw as an opportunity, along came the uniformed agents of the state, to put this unapproved business venture out to pasture.

“We weren’t looking to break the law. We just didn’t know the law,” Molinari tells Jim Smith on his WCBS 880 radio show.

The cops then gave these two kids a lesson in statist economics, which consequently ended their high school snow shoveling business.

“They need a permit, unpermitted solicitation is not allowed,” Molinari said, recalling what the police told them.

In this particular county, anyone selling goods and services door to door must apply for a license that can cost as much as $450 for permission that is valid for only 180 days; after all freedom ain’t free.

“We don’t make the laws but we have to uphold them,” Police Chief Michael Jannone said Tuesday, in true statist fashion, after reading some of the online comments about the incident.

The teens’ story quickly started gaining traction in a local Bound Brook Facebook group after a resident witnessed police shaking down Schnepf after going to his door.

“Are you kidding me? Our generation does nothing but complain about his generation being lazy and not working for their money,” he wrote on Bound Brook NJ Events‘ page. “Here’s a couple kids who take the time to print up flyers, walk door to door in the snow, and then shovel snow for some spending money. And someone calls the cops and they’re told to stop?”

The two teens have, rightfully so, been met with loads of support.

After being questioned by reporters and seeing the backlash against them, the Bound Brook police chief did some back peddling and told MyCentralJersey.com they are not cracking down on kids shoveling, but rather that it was a state of emergency and should not have been out.

Unfortunately the young entrepreneurial spirit is often stomped into a sad puddle in this land of the ostensibly free. Similar bans around the country have nixed the learning stages of free enterprise by putting an end to practices such as lemonade stands and selling Girl Scouts cookies.

In October of 2013, The Free Thought Project reported on the incident in Washington DC in which dozens of cops were dispatched, not because there were armed gunman threatening to kill hostages, or because of a bomb threat, or riot, but because a group of rowdy kids would dare sell lemonade, without a permit.

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Police Fear Monger About Higher Taxes and Mass Chaos If Civil Asset Forfeiture Is Not Allowed

By TheRundownLive

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John Vibes | FreeThoughtProject

Washington, DC – Earlier this month, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the administration would be reforming the government’s asset forfeiture program, and in some cases, preventing police organizations from confiscating people’s money and assets.

Although the proposed “reform” was seen by many as a victory, it really doesn’t even put a dent in the problem, and seems to be more of a public relations con than anything.

While asset forfeiture will be just as common under the proposed reforms as it is now, police are still concerned that this could effect their revenue.

Recently, The National Sheriffs’ Association made a statement saying that they were “deeply disappointed” by the fact that asset forfeiture would be called into question in any way. The statement went on to say that the proposed reforms would “reduce law enforcement capability to respond to 911 calls,” as well as “work on major crimes, drug cases, human trafficking, and other threats to public safety.”

The statement then went on to suggest that the programs would be subsidized by tax increases, saying that “the result will be an impact on local taxpayers in the form of tax hikes.”

“Equally troubling,” the statement continues, “is that this decision puts law enforcement lives at risk by the continual barrage against law enforcement.”

Although the proposed reforms would be no real actual threat to the program, just the fact that it is being brought into question is making many police departments nervous. This makes sense when considering a recent Washington Post report which found that “298 departments and 210 task forces have seized the equivalent of 20 percent or more of their annual budgets since 2008.”

Police departments across the country are making threats about the level of service that their communities will receive if programs like this do not stay in place:

“Sheriffs have utilized the civil asset forfeiture program to limit the reach of criminal enterprises all over the country and with great success. These seizures often fund state and local agency participation in drug task forces and other joint efforts. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is involved in ten different task forces and, as a result of this change, I will be forced to cut our participation immediately by at least half. The Department of Justice has acted prematurely and the unknown impact of these changes could have crippling effects on state and local law enforcement to participate in those task forces.” NSA President, Sheriff John Aubrey warned.

It is important to point out that the recent reforms are a very small part of this issue. Even according to the press release relating to the announced reforms, the area of the asset forfeiture program that will be affected only accounts for 3% of the assets that are seized from people.

The press release said that in the past 6 years, the aspect of the program that is being cancelled “accounted for roughly three percent of the value of forfeitures in the Department of Justice Asset Forfeiture Program.

John Vibes is an author, researcher and investigative journalist who takes a special interest in the counter culture and the drug war. In addition to his writing and activist work he is also the owner of a successful music promotion company. In 2013, he became one of the organizers of the Free Your Mind Conference, which features top caliber speakers and whistle-blowers from all over the world. You can contact him and stay connected to his work at his Facebook page. You can find his 65 chapter Book entitled “Alchemy of the Timeless Renaissance” at bookpatch.com.

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Report: Legal Pot In 18 States By 2020

By The Rundown Live

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Thomas Nelson | HigherPerspective

A new report set to be released next month by ArcView Market Research predicts that by 2020, 18 states will have legalized marijuana. Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska already have.

The report was sponsored by marijuana-industry groups that have a pro-legalization tone. From Time:

The map has a lot of overlap with the places where the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), the group that helped launch legal weed in Colorado, already has workers on the ground in preparation for legalization votes over the next two years. Yet MPP is a bit more cautious in its outlook: the group believes 12 states could join Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska in allowing recreational pot by 2017. Unlike ArcView (whose executive director sits on MPP’s board), they’re not banking on legalization taking root in Montana, New Jersey or Connecticut over the next few years, according to spokesperson Morgan Fox. He says they’re concentrating current efforts in Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada. They see Texas — yes, Texas —as an outside possibility.

The report claims that 2014 will likely be seen as the tipping point year for legalization, when legalization on a national level became commonly assumed by the general public and elected officials. Gallup released a poll showing a slim majority of Americans, 51%, supporting legalization.

But there are deep pockets in the fight against legalization. Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson shelled out $5.5 million to defeat medical marijuana in Florida’s 2014 midterm election. It failed by 2%.

Additionally, advocates of legalization have lost large funders like Peter Lewis, who passed away in 2013. He alone has spent $40 million on the effort to legalize the harmless plant since 1980. The Marijuana Policy Project’s Mason Tvert says that while money is obviously important for their cause, “there’s no one individual who is going to be responsible for passing these measures.”

Other factors into the way the map seen above plays out is federal intervention. If the federal government leaves states that have legalized alone, we’re going to be much more likely to see more states move on it. Tvert figures there’s the possibility of an ‘unexpected event’ that will either thwart or boost the cause.

“A big part of this is really optics,” he says.

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Direct Legislation in Wisconsin

By TheRundownLive


Jay Blaze | SEWI NORML

Wisconsin Statute 9.20 covers direct legislation in Wisconsin. To sum it up, although Wisconsin doesn’t allow ballot measures state-wide like Colorado or Oregon, we can petition and vote for ordinances at the municipal (city or village) level. For a petition to force a vote, the number of valid signatures must be greater than or equal to 15% of the votes cast in that municipality in the previous governor’s election. And you must collect that many signatures within 60 days (basically, whenever you turn the signatures into the city/village, only signatures from the previous 60 days will count as valid). To make this easier I made a Google Docs spreadsheet that calculates how many signatures are needed in each municipality. Click here for that. The spreadsheet hasn’t been updated yet with the numbers from this governor’s election, but the number for each municipality shouldn’t change a whole lot.

If you are serious about starting an imitative in your municipality, first make sure you actually live in a city or village, and not a town or unincorporated area. Only cities and towns are allowed direct legislation. Next ask what you think has a chance of passing in your municipality. If marijuana legalization isn’t likely to win, consider legalizing possession of medical marijuana instead. It doesn’t make sense to spend time on a measure unless you think it can win, and losing at the polls would look bad for our momentum, so take some time to seriously consider the possibilities.

If you think you have a winning initiative plan, see if you can organize a few people to collect signatures. Wisconsin NORML can help connect you with other activists in your area, but we can’t promise any help with collecting signatures, so find a good team. I recommend asking around on the Wisconsin NORML Facebook group (not the page) if there are people in your area interested in helping. You don’t have to living in the municipality of the petition to collect signatures, so anyone can help.

If you do want to organize a petition and are willing to take the time to see it through, you should email me at eric@sewisconsinnorml.orgif you have any questions or need assistance in preparing or planning your petition drive. Please also let me know before you start on any petition drive so I can double check that everything is in line, spread awareness of the drive, and see what kind of assistance we can offer. The rest of this page is mostly copied from our information about the Milwaukee legalization initiative, which should answer a lot of your questions.


For a signature to be valid the signer (Make sure the signer meets these criteria *before* signing, please):

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must live in the municipality (City or Village) for which the ordinance is written (no suburbs)
  • Must have signed within 60 days prior to the submission of the petition
  • Must *not* be currently serving a felony sentence (jail/prison/probation/parole); felons who are *no longer* on probation/parole *can* sign
  • Must not have already signed (Duplicate signatures are thrown out, but the original still counts. So all signing multiple times hurts is our estimate of how many signatures we have)


To collect signatures (“circulate the petition” in legal terms) the circulatory:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must be a US citizen
  • Must *not* be currently serving a felony sentence (jail/prison/probation/parole); felons who are *no longer* on probation/parole *can* collect signatures.

Basically, the rules are the same for circulating petitions and signing them, except that signers need to live in the given municipality whereas circulatory/collectors can be any US citizen.


Signatures can be collected on any public property (sidewalks, parks) and any private property *with the consent of the property owner*. Collecting signatures on sidewalks outside of music and sporting venues and at public events at public parks is allowed and encouraged, but don’t try to collect the signatures inside the venues or in their parking lots as you may be asked to leave or get in trouble.

You are also legally allowed to go door-to-door to collect signatures.


Here are the petition form and ordinance text we used for the Milwaukee legalization initiative in PDF format. If you want to print your own to collect signatures, **YOU MUST STAPLE THE ORDINANCE TEXT TO THE PETITION FORM** in order to satisfy the legal requirements of the petition.

Petition Form

Milwaukee Legalization Ordinance

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California City Says Black, Sediment-Filled Tap Water is “Safe to Drink”

By The Rundown Live


Sydney Barakat | ANTIMEDIA

And it’s not just the way the tap water looks, it apparently smells horrible too.

Residents in the city of Gardena, California have recently reported a foul-smelling, black sludge coming from their sinks, yet the Golden State Water Company claims that this grotesque “water” is safe to drink. And furthermore, it doesn’t sound like they are doing much to test the tap water for local residents.

Customers even gathered samples of the water for the water company to test, and they still refused to test the samples because they needed “special tubes” to do so.

Resident Diane Morita had claimed to reporters that the water, which is black in color and has a strange odor, is also filled with sediment and other particles. Morita, who has a dog with cancer and a daughter with skin issues, is afraid of the effects the water may have on her and her family’s health… and we don’t blame her! We wouldn’t put this water in a bird bath, let alone deem it as “safe” for consumption.

Apparently the issue has been going on for months and nothing has been done to fix the water. The Golden State Water Co., has claimed that the water is not harmful and that they perform water tests weekly. Well, would representatives from the water company drink the water themselves? Probably not. Would they let THEIR children drink such filthy water? Probably not.

So here is the number and address of the department that serves the city of Gardena:
Office Location
Southwest CSA
1600 W. Redondo Beach Blvd., #101
Gardena, CA 90247

(310) 767-8200

Call them and ask them if they would drink black sludge for their source of hydration, we’re curious to know.

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The Rundown Live #417 Kev Baker (Military,Travel Bans,Freemasons)

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The Rundown Live #417 Kev Baker (Military,Travel Bans,Freemasons) (1/27/15)

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On this Tuesday edition of The Rundown Live, Kristan and I go over the sponsors, and the site before we are joined by our guest Kev Baker, getting into many topics like, some brief background, military experience, travel bans, Freemasons, plus much more. This one is worth checking out! Make sure you like, recommend and subscribe! Links below!

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Psychedelics Could Be An Effective Suicide Prevention Measure

By The Rundown Live

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Thomas Nelson | HigerPerspective

For decades it’s been postulated that psychedelics have valid medicinal use, and researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham sought to study it further. The research team studied data on 190,000 US adults. That data showed that lifetime psychedelic use was associated with a 19% drop in psychological distress and a 14% drop in suicidal thinking. Most importantly, there was a 29% decrease in suicidal planning as well. At the end of the day, there was a 36% lower chance of an individual committing suicide over the course of a year if they had used psychedelics.

Lifetime non-use of psychedelic drugs, however, was linked to an increase in these problems.

The study doesn’t exactly answer why psychedelics correlated with reduced psychological distress, but it does suggest that more research could be helpful in determining whether psychedelics hold promise for the prevention of suicide.

“Despite advances in mental health treatments, suicide rates generally have not declined in the past 60 years. Novel and potentially more effective interventions need to be explored,” said Peter S. Hendricks, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Health Behavior and lead study author. “This study sets the stage for future research to test the efficacy of classic psychedelics in addressing suicidal as well as pathologies associated with increased suicide risk.”

“Growing evidence including the present research suggests that classic psychedelics may have the potential to alleviate human suffering associated with mental illness,” the researchers concluded. “Further rigorous research is warranted to better understand these substances, with the ultimate goal of taking full advantage of their latent therapeutic capacity.”

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Do Freemasons control Washington? | CLASSIC

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People across the world believe that freemasons control the District of Columbia through the use of arcane symbols and geomancy. But why?

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