Category Archives: Editorial

OPSEC Lecture / Q&A

by Sam Culper I’ll be holding a lecture and Q&A session on Operations Security (OPSEC) issues on Wednesday, 24 April 2014.  It will start at 2100 (9pm) EDT / 1800 (6pm) PDT and last for about an hour; 45 minutes … Continue reading

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Tax Dollars at Work: Attorney General Eric Holder Whines About Oversight and Accountability

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Liberty Movement Rising

by Brandon Smith “Freedom had been hunted round the globe; reason was considered as rebellion; and the slavery of fear had made men afraid to think. But such is the irresistible nature of truth, that all it asks, and all … Continue reading

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86M Full-Time Private-Sector Workers Sustain 148M Benefit Takers

Buried deep on the website of the U.S. Census Bureau is a number every American citizen, and especially those entrusted with public office, should know. It is 86,429,000. That is the number of Americans who in 2012 got up every morning and … Continue reading

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We Were a Shot Away from the Second Revolution

  With that in mind, I have video from FOX News that you won’t see on any other news networks. FOX shares the first-hand account from a reporter who was at the scene of the armed standoff between the federal … Continue reading

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SouthernPrepper1: Moral legitimacy to govern us has been lost

From YouTube: MY prayers and support to the brave men and women that are frustrated and feel their backs are against the wall and bravely stood with Mr. Bundy.

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Feds Lock Horns with 68 Year-Old Rancher Over Land Use Laws

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Electricity Price Surged to All-Time Record for March

The average price for a kilowatthour (KWH) of electricity hit a March record of 13.5 cents, according data released yesterday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That was up about 5.5 percent from 12.8 cents per KWH in March 2013. … Continue reading

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Intemperate Frauds

by T.L. Davis There are two divided nations known as the United States. The best known is the United States of America. This is the one we all believed in, fought to defend and continue to fight to restore. The … Continue reading

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Another Follower on Twitter

Just to be clear, I am not endorsing Mr. Tillis. I suspect his attention is due to my comments on the NRA video endorsing him. David DeGerolamo  

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Judicial Watch Obtains IRS Documents Showing Lerner in Contact With DOJ about Potential Prosecution of Tax-Exempt Groups

May 9, 2013, email reveals IRS plans to meet with Department of Justice over whether to prosecute groups that “lied” about plans for political activity  (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released a new batch of internal IRS documents revealing that former … Continue reading

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Heritage Life Skills III Registration

Heritage Life Skills III Please get your registration forms in as quickly as possible.  Classes are filling up.  There is a limit to some of the classes.  I have only 1 slot left for Land Navigation on Friday and 6 … Continue reading

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Obama picks gay bishop to wrap Easter Prayer Breakfast with invocation

When President Obama needed a preacher to fulfill the closing prayer duties at the annual White House Easter Prayer Breakfast, he turned to none other than the Episcopal Church’s first openly gay bishop — who said he was as shocked … Continue reading

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“Prepping on a Budget” is now free through Sunday

Click here to get a free copy of Prepping on a Budget (good through April 20th).

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At What Point Will Obama Realize that He Was Played?

What is more disconcerting? The pResident’s incompetent foreign affairs policy or his failure to acknowledge that Putin is making Russia into the world’s next superpower. As we saw in the beginning stages of World War II, appeasement of the enemy … Continue reading

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EXSUM – 16 APR 14

Executive Intelligence Summary (EXSUM) 16 APR 14 CULTURE. A new take on Milgram’s torture experiments. A new article from a social science publication and website investigates the infamous Milgram experiments of the 1960s.  Milgram, a scientist, conducted a series of … Continue reading

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What Is Keeping Us in Check?

I do not know of a time in history where the ruling class has used their serfs to fund their power through redistribution. The Great Experiment where the people control the government has been usurped by evil. The fruits of … Continue reading

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NRA – Vote Tillis

This is why I endorse GRNC instead of the NRA. Endorsing Tillis over Brannon? You should have just endorsed Kay Hagan. Read the comments on YouTube for this video. David DeGerolamo

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Switching Sides: Ukrainian armored unit joins anti-govt protesters in east

From YouTube: Ukrainian armoured vehicle crews have switched sides, joining the anti-government protesters in the East. Activists place a Russian flag on one of them.

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Nigel Farage: There’s No Consent for a ‘United States of Europe’

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Iran Unveils New Anti-Ship Cruise Missile

Iran announced that it has armed its warships with a new generation of cruise missiles and warned the West that its response to “any threat” will be “more deadly and heavier,” according to regional media reports. A top Iranian naval … Continue reading

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Chuck Norris: 3 Myths About Thomas Jefferson

We patriots love to quote the Founding Fathers, especially when they support our theses. And Jefferson remains at the top of the heap. But there are three beliefs or practices often attributed to Jefferson that are either myths or cherry-picked … Continue reading

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Pensions ‘Timebomb’ – 85% of Pension Funds Will Go Bust

The “pensions timebomb” keeps on ticking and as societies we become less prepared by the day. Yet another report shows that the public pension system is in dire straits. This one comes from renowned investment manager Bridgewater Associates. The study … Continue reading

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Operation Outreach

by T.L. Davis Harry Reid says that “it’s not over” at the Bundy Ranch. Truer words were never spoken, thanks for the heads-up Harry. We know how these Marxists ghouls operate: it is never about the issues up front; it … Continue reading

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Baghdad buttresses defenses ready for wholesale Al Qaeda assault on city

The Iraqi army began buttressing its defense lines on April 12 to save parts of the capital city of Baghdad from the approaching danger of falling to al Qaeda’s Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). Iraqi intelligence reports … Continue reading

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Mark Levin’s “liberty” amendments: legalizing tyranny

By Publius Huldah For 100 years, the federal government has usurped powers not delegated to it in our Constitution. What should we do about it? Should we reclaim our existing Constitution and put an end to the usurpations? Or should we “modernize” the Constitution … Continue reading

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Could Putin Crash our Economy? What Should We Do About It?

by KEVIN D. FREEMAN Two of the biggest news stories of the year are 1) the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and 2) the debate over High-Frequency Trading following the publication of Michael Lewis’ new book Flash Boys. While the two stories seemingly cover very different topics, … Continue reading

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Gold Futures Halted Again On Latest Furious Slamdown

It seems the two words “fiduciary duty” are strangely missing from the dictionary of the new normal’s asset management community. This morning, shortly before 8:27am ET, someone decide that it was the perfect time to dump thousands of Gold futures contracts … Continue reading

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This Chart Shows Us How Bad The Economy Really Is: “Flashing Red Warning”

by Mac Slavo Forget about all the minute-by-minute noise for a moment and take a look at the following chart. It gives a very simple overview of earnings growth trends for stocks listed on the S&P 500 on a quarterly … Continue reading

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Snowden reporters win Pulitzer

The Pulitzer Prize for public service was awarded Monday to The Washington Post and The Guardian, which broke the story of National Security Agency surveillance programs leaked by Edward Snowden. In giving U.S. journalism’s top prize to the Guardian and the Post, … Continue reading

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Good Morning to New York’s 1 Million New Illegal Gun Owners

Governor Cuomo awoke this morning to a massive problem, one million plus new felons, all armed with scary, high capacity, assault weapons! An estimated million plus, formerly law abiding, gun owners have refused to comply with Cuomo and down state … Continue reading

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Privatization of the US Prison System

Privatization of the US Prison System. An Infographic from ArrestRecords.com

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YOUR GOVERNMENT: Taxes

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1st Blood Red Moon

The next total lunar eclipses will occur Oct. 8, 2014, April 4, 2015, and Sept. 28, 2015. Previously, an eclipse tetrad occurred from 2003 to 2004. The next time skywatchers will be treated to four consecutive total lunar eclipses will … Continue reading

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Bundy Ranch: Sheriff Mack Confirms SWAT Raid Imminent

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Feds To Pursue Effort To End Dispute With Rancher In Nevada – Judge Andrew Napolitano

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Administration Urged to Lift Restrictions on Non-Lethal Military Aid to Ukraine

by Bill Gertz The Obama administration is withholding urgently needed non-lethal military equipment to Ukraine under restrictions that view body armor, night vision goggles, radios, and fuel as destabilizing “force multipliers,” according to a bipartisan assessment of Ukraine’s military needs. … Continue reading

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Major Garrett to WH: Isn’t Your Entire Russia Approach Failing?

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Oath Keeper Founder, Stewart Rhodes: “We Know it’s not over”

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United States Paying to Arm Russia

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. Another well played chess move by Putin. Russia’s increased energy prices in Ukraine and a demand to pay off their overdue energy invoices is being paid in part by the US taxpayer. The … Continue reading

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