Yearly Archives: 2014

Protesters storm police headquarters in downtown St. Louis; 5 arrests made

What began as a ‘March to the Arch’ quickly changed early Wednesday morning as protesters stormed the front doors of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department headquarters. Their plan was to occupy the department for four and a half hours. … Continue reading

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Russian Banks Brace For Mass Account Withdrawals

Russia’s banks are under tremendous stress amid a plunging currency and ongoing Western sanctions over Russian involvement in the Ukraine crisis, and they will likely need more government bailouts to survive, according to analysts. Russian banks have responded to the … Continue reading

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Scary Thought Indeed

Why Is The Fed Hiring An “Emergency Preparedness Specialist Familiar With DHS Directives” A few weeks ago, we reported that for some still unexplained reason, the US Treasury is ordering “survival kits” to its employees overseeing the federal banking system. … Continue reading

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What’s Next for World Oil as Lower Prices Extend Into ‘15

The oil price decline of 2014 upended the geopolitical chessboard. Worth watching in 2015 will be who can recover and dominate play — OPEC, Vladimir Putin or U.S. shale drillers. Oil’s international benchmark price dropped as much as 49 percent … Continue reading

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Obama releases five more Gitmo prisoners overnight

President Obama released five more prisoners from Guantanamo Bay Naval Base overnight, Fox News reported. They were held for more than a decade and were sent to resettle in Kazakhstan. … Fox News also reported an expensive school will be … Continue reading

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More non-Mexicans were apprehended by the Border Patrol in 2014 than Mexicans

More non-Mexicans were apprehended by the Border Patrol in 2014 than Mexicans, according to a new analysis of data by Pew Research Center. Drawing on more than 60 years of Border Patrol data, Pew concluded that apprehensions of Mexicans had … Continue reading

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Possum Drop Will Go On, Without a Live Animal

There will be no live opossum at an Appalachian community’s Possum Drop this New Year’s Eve, after concerns by animal-rights groups spurred an agreement between the festival organizer and a state administrative law judge. The community of Brasstown, population 240, … Continue reading

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The American People Are Utterly Clueless About What Is Going To Happen As We Enter 2015

The American people are feeling really good right about now.  For example, Gallup’s economic confidence index has hit the highest level that we have seen since the last recession.  In addition, nearly half of all Americans believe that 2015 will … Continue reading

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Bail-Ins Appear to Be Beginning

On Monday, one man that I personally know recently attempted to transfer a sizable sum of money (i.e. $110,000) from savings to checking to cover a check he had written for a large purchase. He attempted to move the money … Continue reading

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The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA

So who is revcom.us that is printing the signs in the above picture promoting the cessation of police violence? Without a revolutionary party, you can’t have a revolution Making revolution against a powerful and vicious enemy—and going on from there … Continue reading

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Unconventional Warfare Strategies – Negotiation Skills 101

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Here is another gem, in my opinion the best, from AnalyticalSurvival’s YouTube site. It is very easy for a member of the prepper/patriot community, especially us fellows, to get caught up in the “Go to guns first” mentality. You got … Continue reading

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California Mosque Christmas Day Attack Turns Out Not as Police Expect: It Was a Muslim

he myth of islamophobia is an industry, the big lie, to silence critics of jihad and Islam. And every time another mosque is “attacked,” media heads explode with cries of racism (Islam  is not a race) and hate. They never … Continue reading

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Indonesia: Bodies found near site where AirAsia plane disappeared

Update: While the plane has yet to be found, and the possibility of finding survivors is slim, the Indonesian navy said some 40 bodies had been recovered as dusk fell. More… Six bloated bodies and debris seen floating in Indonesian … Continue reading

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Next year, what’s at the top of your agenda?

Friend — In a few days, the final Congress of my presidency will take their oaths of office. I’m committed to working with anyone from either party to put the American people first. Still, I know there will be plenty … Continue reading

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What is Order of Battle?

A very traditional task of the Intelligence Analyst is building and maintaining the Order of Battle (OB) for adversary, neutral, and friendly forces in the given Area of Responsibility.  The Order of Battle, sometimes referred to as OrBat/ORBAT, is an … Continue reading

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