Monthly Archives: April 2014

This Is an Odd Couple

Colin Flaherty on HuffPo live with Marc Lamont Hill

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Juan Williams Wife Robbed & Now Wishes She Had a Gun

During an April 28 2014 interview on The Lars Larson show, Fox News’ Juan Williams told a story about his wife’s car being stolen and her saying, “I wish I had a gun.” Williams said that his wife “went to the gas … Continue reading

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SUPREME COURT GREEN LIGHTS DETENTION OF AMERICANS

And now we know the answer: The federal judiciary will stand idly by while Congress and the president establish the legal framework for the establishment of a police state and the subjugation of the American citizenry through the threat of … Continue reading

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The Truth About War Heroes in America

FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE For the past dozen years or so, Americans have been deluged with talk about “heroes,” and especially “our brave soldiers.” I was at a funeral recently, and was shocked to see the funeral director conduct a ritual: he had … Continue reading

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Saudis parade nuclear missiles for the first time in defiance of US-Iranian nuclear accord

Saudi Arabia became the first Middle East nation to publicly exhibit its nuclear-capable missiles. The long-range, liquid propellant DF-3 ballistic missile (NATO designated CSS-2), purchased from China 27 years ago, was displayed for the first time at a Saudi military … Continue reading

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GOP Embracing Obamacare?

From YouTube: Republican Member of Congress Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) stands accused of embracing the inevitability of Obamacare. Should Republicans accept Obamacare and do their best to ease the ills of President Obama’s health care law, or simply reject it … Continue reading

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GRNC Proves Forsyth Sheriff Violated Law

Form proves Schatzman collected private employment information on applicants The GRNC Political Victory Fund supports David Griffith for Forsyth County Sheriff (FCSO) because incumbent William T. Schatzman is one of a number of sheriffs around the state who have unlawfully … Continue reading

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Five Stunning Facts About America’s Prison System You Haven’t Heard

America’s massive prison system is creating a long list of unintended consequences, some of which will effect all of us in the coming years. To help explain just how bad things have gotten, we’ve compiled this list of the most … Continue reading

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This Ain’t No Traveling Circus

by T.L. Davis Layne Chapman of Texas, in the area of the BLM land grab along the Red River, is a good man. There are not many who can claim that title. Now, his land is in danger of being … Continue reading

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State Department Can’t Name One Benefit from Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks

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Isolated Russia Makes Friends: To Hold Military Drill With China; Strikes Multi-Billion Deals Qatar And Iran

The G-8 may be no more as the G-7 throws every possible case of harsh language known to man at the Kremlin, which obstinately refuses to back down, while re-escalating sanctions against a Russia which merely has done what the … Continue reading

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Gun Registration in Connecticut … is Confiscation Next?

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Yellowstone Earthquake Sensors

Yellowstone Seismic Charts Have Gone Crazy Yellowstone Ten Earthquake Sensors Turned Off  h/t Kevin D

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Should This Be a Topic of Conversation in the United States?

Are Police One Of The Mental Casualties Of The New World Order? by Bernie Suarez Are too many police officers currently suffering from engineered mental instability? The wave of police brutality in America and the world suggests this may be … Continue reading

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U.S., UK advise avoiding Internet Explorer until bug fixed

The U.S. and UK governments on Monday advised computer users to consider using alternatives to Microsoft Corp’s Internet Explorer browser until the company fixes a security flaw that hackers used to launch attacks. The Internet Explorer bug, disclosed over the weekend, is … Continue reading

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