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New Scientific Review: ‘No Evidence’ Water Fluoridation Prevents Cavities
Source: Submitted: 07/02/2015
--Fast forward to April of 2015, and finally the federal government decides to lower fluoride levels for the first time in 50 years. A monumental event in the history of water fluoridation and public health.

Now, in June of 2015, another landmark study has hit: sodium fluoride in the water supply isn’t even preventing cavities! Now is the time to make this a well-known study, instead of a footnote buried within the latest news feed. After all, it’s huge news that this information is finally being displayed by the mainstream media after years of anti-fluoride activists enduring the label ‘conspiracy theorist.

--Thomas Zoeller, a scientist at UMass-Amherst who played a role in the study, breaks it down:

“I had assumed because of everything I’d heard that water fluoridation reduces cavities but I was completely amazed by the lack of evidence,” he says. “My prior view was completely reversed.”
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Check out for a couple short videos on the topic of water Fluoridation.
Inexpensive High-Tech Prep
Source: Submitted: 06/30/2015
--When I finally bought a Gen 1 scope that could double as a rifle sight, I tried it out and instantly sent it back to recover my $350. Then I stumbled across a little CMOS monocular IR camera setup for kids that really can see in complete darkness for a paltry sum. Read on before you blow this idea off completely. I bought the Jakks Pacific Spynet Night Vision goggles on for $25 about two years ago. I figured I’d give it a try, and what I got amazed me.

--Want to use it hands-free? There is a second version called the Eyeclops that works exactly the same, but it has straps for head mounting, freeing up both hands. It ranges from $70-$100, and there are plenty listed on eBay. Both units use four AA batteries and provide hours of use from one set. My Sanyo eneloops worked great in mine.
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Leaving the Illusion (2015 Edition)
Source: Submitted: 06/28/2015
Imagine for a moment what it would be like; ten years worth of hard work and a life-long dream, gone. Your self respect and dignity, in shambles. As you question what you're made of, and as you wonder how you'll ever claw your way back to the top, an incredible opportunity presents itself. There is only one catch: It will cost you everything you know about the world around you.

Leaving the Illusion delves into the darkness of an unseen world; a world where the "dominant few" do as they please to the "inferior many" that live beneath them. For the insiders, there is unimaginable wealth, power and privilege. For all others, there is only deception, theft and violence. Given a choice, which group would you join? Are you sure? The price of admission might be more than you can afford.
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Unfortunately, the first edition of Leaving the Illusion was rushed a bit (I was in a hurry to start writing Tragedy and Hope 101.) So, I've finally corrected some of the things that bothered me. With a new cover, a light "rewrite," and better interior formatting, I'm finally happy with it. Hope you like it too!
(Sometimes) The Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Citizens
Source: Submitted: 06/24/2015
--In one swoop, on June 22, 2015, a divided U.S. Supreme Court handed down three consecutive rulings affirming the right of raisin farmers, hotel owners and prison inmates. However, this push back against government abuse, government snooping and government theft only came about because some determined citizens stood up and took a stand against tyranny.

The three cases respectively deal with the government’s confiscation of agricultural crops without any guarantee or promise of payment (Horne v. U.S. Department of Agriculture); the practice of police gaining unfettered access to motel and hotel guest registries (City of Los Angeles v. Patel); and the use of tasers and excessive force by prison officials (Kingsley v. Hendrickson).
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Flashback: One World, One Currency
Source: Submitted: 06/24/2015
--The question now is not whether the world will adopt a Single Global Currency but When? and How smooth, inexpensive, and planful OR rough, costly and chaotic will the journey be?  Read full article »
Ron Paul: Death Penalty is The Ultimate Corrupt, Big Govt. Program
Source: Submitted: 06/23/2015
--As strong as the practical arguments against the death penalty are, the moral case is much stronger. Since it is impossible to develop an error-free death penalty system, those who support the death penalty are embracing the idea that the government should be able to execute innocent people for the "greater good." The idea that the government should be able to force individuals to sacrifice their right to life for imaginary gains in personal safety is even more dangerous to liberty than the idea that the government should be able to force individuals to sacrifice their property rights for imaginary gains in economic security.  Read full article »
What is Jury Nullification?
Source: Submitted: 06/21/2015
--If you believe in a system of checks and balances to keep government power from growing out of control, then you support jury nullification!

Now, let’s look at some important cases in the history of jury nullification…

1.) Fugitive Slave Act Of 1850

Jury nullification was practiced in the 1850s to protest the federal Fugitive Slave Act, which was part of the Compromise of 1850. The Act had been passed to mollify the slave owners from the South, who were otherwise threatening to secede from the Union. Across the North, local juries acquitted men accused of violating the law. Secretary of State Daniel Webster was a key supporter of the law as expressed in his famous “Seventh of March” speech. He wanted high-profile convictions.

The jury nullifications ruined his presidential aspirations and his last-ditch efforts to find a compromise between North and South. Webster led the prosecution when defendants were accused of rescuing Shadrach Minkins in 1851 from Boston officials who intended to return Minkins to his owner; the juries convicted none of the men. Webster tried to enforce a law that was extremely unpopular in the North, and his Whig Party passed over him again when they chose a presidential nominee in 1852.[31]
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Inside a counterfeit Facebook farm
Source: Submitted: 06/21/2015
--Celebrities — and more minor personalities, like bloggers trying to get endorsement deals — have increasingly found their value measured in Facebook fans and Twitter followers, and the payments they receive proportionate to their social media clout. Khloé Kardashian reportedly earns around $13,000 every time she tweets things like, "Want to know how Old Navy makes your butt look scary good?" to her 14.5 million followers. Politicians desire large followings for obvious reasons. Even ordinary people have discovered perks to having an extensive social media presence: Some employers, for instance, now require social media savvy for jobs in marketing, PR, or tech.

To help companies, celebrities, and everyday people boost their social media standing, onliners set up internet stores — click farms — where customers can buy social media influence. Click farms can be found across the globe, but are most commonly based in the developing world, in countries like India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and the Philippines. Most are run by smaller teams that manage software to give digital life to accounts like "Ashley Nivens."

Researchers estimate that the market for fake Twitter followers was worth between $40 million and $360 million in 2013, and that the market for Facebook spam was worth $87 million to $390 million. International corporations like Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Mercedes-Benz, and Louis Vuitton have all been accused of employing click farms, and celebrities like 50 Cent, Paris Hilton, and LeAnn Rimes have been suspected of buying fake followers. During his 2012 presidential campaign, Mitt Romney gained more than 100,000 Twitter followers in a single weekend, despite averaging only 4,000 new followers a day previously. (His campaign denied having bought any fakes.) One Indonesian click farmer told me that he had funneled 2 million Facebook likes to a candidate in his nation's hotly contested July 2014 presidential election.
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Former US military personnel urge drone pilots to walk away from controls
Source: Submitted: 06/20/2015
--Forty-five former US military personnel, including a retired army colonel, have issued a joint appeal to the pilots of aerial drones operating in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Syria and elsewhere, calling on them to refuse to carry out the deadly missions.

In a joint letter, the retired and former military members call on air force pilots based at Creech air force base in Nevada and Beale air force base in California to refuse to carry out their duties. They say the missions, which have become an increasingly dominant feature of US military strategy in recent years, “profoundly violate domestic and international laws”.

“At least 6,000 lives have been unjustly taken by US drone attacks in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Iraq, the Philippines, Libya and Syria. These attacks are also undermining principles of international law and human rights,” the authors write.
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Same Game, Different Name
Source: Submitted: 06/14/2015
--Cisa, which supporters have euphemistically labeled “info-sharing” legislation, essentially carves a giant hole in our privacy laws to allow tech companies like Google and Facebook to hand over our private data to the government with no legal process whatsoever. The bill is a disaster for transparency too: it contains what would be the first exemption to the Freedom of Information Act in 50 years, which could allow corporations to hide all sorts of information from public view that have nothing to do with cybersecurity.  Read full article »
TSA's Fake Security Fails to Detect Threats 95% of the Time
Source: Submitted: 06/14/2015
--"An internal investigation of the Transportation Security Administration revealed security failures at dozens of the nation’s busiest airports, where undercover investigators were able to smuggle mock explosives or banned weapons through checkpoints in 95 percent of trials, ABC News has learned.

The series of tests were conducted by Homeland Security Red Teams who pose as passengers, setting out to beat the system.

According to officials briefed on the results of a recent Homeland Security Inspector General’s report, TSA agents failed 67 out of 70 tests, with Red Team members repeatedly able to get potential weapons through checkpoints.

--One way to think about this is as a grave threat to national security. The agency that’s in charge of addressing threats to America’s air travel is rudderless, and even the acting administrator has been kicked off the boat. ...

Another way to think about it is, so what? … Flying remains exceptionally safe, despite such high TSA failure rates. Like vaudeville theater, the screening process seems to exist largely to create a spectacle."
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Fails to detect threats 95 percent of the time; successfully conditions citizens to accept "suspicion without cause" 100 percent of the time. (Mission accomplished.)
Logistics 101: Where Does ISIS Get Its Guns?
Source: Submitted: 06/09/2015
--While many across the West play willfully ignorant as to where ISIS truly gets their supplies from in order to maintain its impressive fighting capacity, some journalists have traveled to the region and have video taped and reported on the endless convoys of trucks supplying the terrorist army.

Were these trucks traveling to and from factories in seized ISIS territory deep within Syrian and Iraqi territory? No. They were traveling from deep within Turkey, crossing the Syrian border with absolute impunity, and headed on their way with the implicit protection of nearby Turkish military forces. Attempts by Syria to attack these convoys and the terrorists flowing in with them have been met by Turkish air defenses.

Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) published the first video report from a major Western media outlet illustrating that ISIS is supplied not by “black market oil” or “hostage ransoms” but billions of dollars worth of supplies carried into Syria across NATO member Turkey’s borders via hundreds of trucks a day.
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Rep. Massie on Letting the PATRIOT Act Expire (Video)
Source: Submitted: 06/06/2015
Massie explains (in 5 minutes) why laws are enacted with expiration dates, and why the "Patriot Act" is a perfect candidate for expiration.  Watch here »
USA Freedom and Obama's Doublespeak
Source: Submitted: 06/04/2015
Almost everything the president says about the USA Freedom Act is false. He does not at all "welcome" the law's passage. If Obama had his way, Congress would have never even considered this law because the National Security Agency's illegal activities would still be secret.

The only reason any of this is happening is that Edward Snowden spilled the NSA beans. If the president truly welcomes surveillance reform, then he should thank Snowden instead of charging him with crimes against the state.

The president's claim to have himself called for reforms is laughable. His own Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies, convened after the Snowden leaks, gave him 46 specific recommendations in its January 2014 report. To date, he has implemented exactly zero of them.
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Regime Change: The JFK Assassination (Video)
Source: Ron Paul Liberty Report Submitted: 06/04/2015
What really happened to JFK? Future of Freedom Foundation President Jacob Hornberger joins Ron Paul to discuss his latest book on of of the enduring questions of our times.  Watch here »
Big Brother is Watching Closer Than You Think
Source: Submitted: 06/03/2015
There was a time in America when fear of government observation would get one accused of tinfoil-hat paranoia. Those days are gone. Thanks to Edward Snowden and other whistleblowers, we know Big Brother is watching. The only question is how close.

The newest development is that Big Brother seems to have a secret air force. Mysterious, ostensibly private planes are loitering over major cities in the same way U.S. drones loiter over Pakistan.

Unlike drones, the observation planes are not armed with Hellfire missiles – at least so far as we know. This does not mean they are harmless. If they contain the same kind of advanced imagery equipment the military deploys overseas, the potential loss of privacy is breathtaking.
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Sen. Rand Paul Speaks Out Against the PATRIOT Act - May 31, 2015 (Video)
Source: Submitted: 05/31/2015
--“It’s the tip of the iceberg what we’re talking about here…and realize, they were dishonest about the program until we caught ‘em. They kept saying over and over again ‘We’re not doing this, we’re not collecting your records,’ and they were! The Head of the intelligence agency lied to the American people and he still works here…We should be upset, we should be marching in the streets and saying ‘He’s gotta go!’”  Watch here »
A 5-minute clip of Senator Paul’s arguments against the illegal collection of US citizens’ data. As of now, the video has over 1,200 people who’ve given it a “thumbs up,” and only 6 people who’ve given it a “thumbs down.” That’s pretty encouraging in my book.
Hired "Black Lives Matter" protestors promised up to $5,000 - Haven't Been Paid
Source: Submitted: 05/31/2015
Hired protesters with the Black Lives Matter movement have started a #CutTheCheck hashtag and held a sit-in at the offices for the successor group to the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) in Missouri after the group allegedly stopped paying them.

FrontPage Magazine reports that Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE) has been paying protesters $5,000 a month to demonstrate in Ferguson. Last week, hired protesters who haven’t been paid held a sit-in at MORE’s offices and posted a demand letter online.
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Clinton Foundation Donors Got Weapons Deals From Hillary Clinton's State Department
Source: Submitted: 05/31/2015
--In all, governments and corporations involved in the arms deals approved by Clinton’s State Department have delivered between $54 million and $141 million to the Clinton Foundation as well as hundreds of thousands of dollars in payments to the Clinton family, according to foundation and State Department records. The Clinton Foundation publishes only a rough range of individual contributors’ donations, making a more precise accounting impossible.

Under federal law, foreign governments seeking State Department clearance to buy American-made arms are barred from making campaign contributions -- a prohibition aimed at preventing foreign interests from using cash to influence national security policy. But nothing prevents them from contributing to a philanthropic foundation controlled by policymakers.
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Rand Paul on CIA Funding / Supporting ISIS (Video)
Source: Submitted: 05/27/2015
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Secret Pentagon Report Reveals US Created ISIS As A "Tool"
Source: Submitted: 05/25/2015
--The conventional wisdom is that the US government did not retain sufficient oversight on the funding to anti-Assad rebel groups, which was supposed to be monitored and vetted to ensure that only ‘moderate’ groups were supported.

However, the newly declassified Pentagon report proves unambiguously that years before ISIS launched its concerted offensive against Iraq, the US intelligence community was fully aware that Islamist militants constituted the core of Syria’s sectarian insurgency.

Despite that, the Pentagon continued to support the Islamist insurgency, even while anticipating the probability that doing so would establish an extremist Salafi stronghold in Syria and Iraq.

As Shoebridge told me, “The documents show that not only did the US government at the latest by August 2012 know the true extremist nature and likely outcome of Syria’s rebellion”—namely, the emergence of ISIS—“but that this was considered an advantage for US foreign policy. This also suggests a decision to spend years in an effort to deliberately mislead the West’s public, via a compliant media, into believing that Syria’s rebellion was overwhelmingly ‘moderate.’”
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U.S. Senate Blocks Patriot Act Extension
Source: Submitted: 05/23/2015
WASHINGTON—The Senate early Saturday defeated a string of efforts to extend the Patriot Act as lawmakers splintered over its contentious phone surveillance program and left town with no plan in place to prevent the law from lapsing.  Read full article »
It will be interesting to see what finally happens to the "Patriot Act" on May 31st. ...will "terror" continue to trump constitutional rights, or has resistance finally reached critical mass?
American Gestapo
Source: Submitted: 05/22/2015
It was a lifetime ambition for 22-year-old Joseph Rivers to arrive in Los Angeles and become a big name in the music business.

And he nearly made it...until a team of DEA agents put a stop to everything by snatching his life savings without even charging him with a crime.

The aspiring businessman from the outskirts of Detroit had managed to scrape together $16,000 and was finally on the train to Los Angeles when the justice department stepped in, reported the Albuquerque Journal.

Officers found Joseph's thousands of dollars stashed in a bank envelope and questioned him about the origins of the cash.

Despite the fact the officers found no drugs or guns in Joseph's luggage - and failed to charge him with any crime - they took his cash away from him under the civil asset forfeiture program.
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Admitted False Flag Terror Events
Source: Submitted: 05/21/2015
Every time we look, we find new admissions of false flag terror attacks.

In the following instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admit to it, either orally, in writing, or through photographs or videos:

(1) Japanese troops set off a small explosion on a train track in 1931, and falsely blamed it on China in order to justify an invasion of Manchuria. This is known as the “Mukden Incident” or the “Manchurian Incident”. The Tokyo International Military Tribunal found: “Several of the participators in the plan, including Hashimoto [a high-ranking Japanese army officer], have on various occasions admitted their part in the plot and have stated that the object of the ‘Incident’ was to afford an excuse for the occupation of Manchuria by the Kwantung Army ….”
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There is a LOT of information provided on this page. I haven't had a chance to sort through it all, but I must admit that I was unaware of some of these false flag events (including the Japanese "Mukden Incident" mentioned above).
Empire of Lies: The Ron Paul Documentary (Video)
Source: Submitted: 05/17/2015
Although Ron Paul has been approached many times by many others to be the subject of a documentary, he has not agreed to participate.

Until now.

We are very pleased to have Ron Paul’s help and cooperation in this production and are grateful for his personal support.
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Ron Paul Special Programming Announcement (Video)
Source: Submitted: 05/14/2015
Ron Paul will no longer be affiliated with the Ron Paul Channel and Voices of Liberty. He's launching a new program on Youtube, enabling him to drop the "pay wall" and reach far more people.  Watch here »
The Vindication of Edward Snowden
Source: Submitted: 05/13/2015
--A panel of judges on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that the program Snowden exposed was never legal. The Patriot Act does not authorize it, contrary to the claims of George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Michael Hayden, Keith Alexander, and James Clapper. “Statutes to which the government points have never been interpreted to authorize anything approaching the breadth of the sweeping surveillance at issue here,” Judge Gerard E. Lynch declared. “The sheer volume of information sought is staggering.”  Read full article »
Maine Bill Taking on NSA Spying Passes
Source: Submitted: 05/10/2015
--Under the proposed measure, the cops would not be able to obtain warrantless data from the feds. Brakey said it was particularly important to pass LD531 in order to keep state and local law enforcement from doing an end-around, bypassing a state law requiring a warrant for the collection of electronic data.

Maine Attorney General Janet Mills and some law enforcement lobbyists claim the bill could hinder police from catching child pornographers and other dangerous criminals. Their assertions mirror fear-mongering by law enforcement interests in other states.
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100 Items that Disappear Fast
Source: Submitted: 05/10/2015
--Do you ever wonder if a major emergency situation occurred what would disappear first? Due to the overwhelming nature of prepping for a emergency situation, many do not know where to even begin, let alone think of emergency situations they would need to prepare for. Having a ready supply of food, water and batteries are a good start, but not enough.  Read full article »
It's good to have the basics (defense, water, food, etc.), but it never hurts to look over long lists like this for other ideas.
The Atomic Bomb Wasn't Necessary To End WW2
Source: Submitted: 05/09/2015
--We are often taught that yes, use of the atomic bomb was necessary to end the war with Japan at the earliest possible moment, but judging by the statements of many high ranking political and military personnel this is simply not the case.

Here’s what General/President Dwight Eisenhower had to say about it in his 1963 memoir, The White House Years: Mandate for Change, 1953-1956 (pp. 312-313):

“Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary, and secondly, our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives. It was my belief that Japan was, at that very moment, seeking some way to surrender with a minimum loss of “face.”

--Similarly, Admiral Leahy, Chief of Staff to presidents Roosevelt and Truman, later commented:

“It is my opinion that the use of the barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan… The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender because of the effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons… My own feeling was that in being the first to use it, we had adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages. I was not taught to make war in that fashion, and wars cannot be won by destroying women and children.”
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Carroll Quigley also touches on this topic in his book Tragedy and Hope:

“[The atomic bomb's] contribution to victory was secondary, since it had nothing to do with the victory over Germany and, at most, shortened the war with the Japanese only by weeks.” --Tragedy and Hope, page 848

“…Director of Military Intelligence for the Pacific Theater of War Alfred McCormack, who was probably in as good position as anyone for judging the situation, felt that the Japanese surrender could have been obtained in a few weeks by blockade alone: ‘The Japanese had no longer enough food in stock, and their fuel reserves were practically exhausted. We had begun a secret process of mining all their harbors, which was steadily isolating them from the rest of the world. If we had brought this project to its logical conclusion, the destruction of Japan’s cities with incendiary and other bombs would have been quite unnecessary." --Tragedy and Hope, page 862

NSA mass phone surveillance revealed by Edward Snowden ruled illegal
Source: Submitted: 05/07/2015
The US court of appeals has ruled that the bulk collection of telephone metadata is unlawful, in a landmark decision that clears the way for a full legal challenge against the National Security Agency.

A panel of three federal judges for the second circuit overturned an earlier ruling that the controversial surveillance practice first revealed to the US public by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013 could not be subject to judicial review.
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Moving on...for now
Source: Submitted: 05/03/2015
It’s been almost exactly one year since I published Tragedy and Hope 101 and I’m happy to say, for the first time in more than a decade, I’m not actively working on another book. This is a really good thing; let me explain why.

When I sold my business at the end of 2003, my goal was to research and write about three main topics: our corrupt monetary system, our corrupt political system, and the corrupt elite who control them both. I believe that Dishonest Money, Tragedy and Hope 101, and Leaving the Illusion (respectively), provide a clear summary of these topics. In short, I’m moving on because I’ve done what I set out to do.
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Market is Solving Climate Change
Source: Submitted: 05/03/2015
--Whether or not one believes the world is in peril, fossil fuels are certainly not pleasant. No one enjoys breathing exhaust fumes or having frackers move in across the street. We accept the disadvantages because the fossil fuel cost-benefit calculation outweighs the alternatives.

This is beginning to change, and the way it is changing is a classic illustration of markets beating government to the best answer.

--When an industry can undercut the competition's price by 30% or more, the competition does not have a chance. The established players will survive only as long as they can use political influence to protect their turf. Electric utilities in Hawaii and Arizona, among other places, are desperately throwing up hurdles for homeowners with rooftop solar cells.

These utilities will lose. Technology is rendering their state-protected monopolies worthless. They can either evolve or die.
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The Neoconservatives: Tyranny's Fifth Column
Source: Submitted: 04/30/2015
--Today in America, the neoconservative political movement represents a "Fifth Column" for the forces of collectivism. Its intellectuals and activists promote themselves as conservatives who oppose the liberals, but their political philosophy has nothing to do with what is known as American conservatism, which has always stood for a limited constitutional government and free enterprise. These values are anathema to today's "neoconservatives" in the nation's political, literary and scholarly circles.

--The paradigm that neoconservatives have given their lives to is built upon a centralized mega-state running American society from Washington and also, as much as possible, the rest of the world.

--The neoconservatives, thus, represent tyranny's Fifth Column in America. They are deceiving the people into believing that they are genuine conservatives, but like the socialists who were their mentors, they call themselves what they know the people want to hear. These ersatz conservatives have now grown to dominate Washington's think tanks, Wall Street's brokerages and banks, and many major publications and universities. They are highly influential writers, scholars, pundits, publishers, institute heads, bankers and corporate moguls.
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Uber driver with a concealed handgun prevented a mass shooting in Chicago
Source: Submitted: 04/26/2015
--"The driver pulled out a handgun and fired six shots at Custodio, hitting him several times, according to court records. Responding officers found Custodio lying on the ground, bleeding, Quinn said. No other injuries were reported."

The driver will not be charged:

"The driver had a concealed-carry permit and acted in the defense of himself and others, Assistant State's Attorney Barry Quinn said in court Sunday."

Chicago was home to some of the most draconian gun laws in the US until a 2010 Supreme Court ruling, McDonald v. Chicago, found Chicago's gun-regulation regime unconstitutional.
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Exactly Who Is “Anti-vaccine”?
Source: Submitted: 04/25/2015
--If you want transparency, accountability, and ethical science when it comes to vaccines, you are “anti-vaccine.”

If you believe those who profit from vaccines should not be in charge of vaccine policy or research, you are “anti-vaccine.”

If you believe you should have the right to informed consent, and that not all vaccines are created or needed equally, you are “anti-vaccine.”

If you believe we should study those who have reacted negatively to prevent problems for others in the future, you are “anti-vaccine.”
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Many people are (logically) worried about losing their right to choose what goes into their bodies (and the bodies of their children). Or to put it another way: They're not ready to hand that decision over to Big-Pharma and the government.

We cannot ignore the fact that MANDATORY vaccination "policies" are being written at the behest (and for the benefit), of multi-billion dollar drug companies; companies that use their money and influence to secure the coercive power of government so they can literally force their products down your throat.
The War on the American People
Source: Submitted: 04/22/2015
--Certainly, the Constitution's safeguards against police abuse means nothing when government agents can crash through your door, terrorize your children, shoot your dogs, and jail you on any number of trumped of charges, and you have little say in the matter. For instance, San Diego police, responding to a domestic disturbance call on a Sunday morning, showed up at the wrong address, only to shoot the homeowner's 6-year-old service dog in the head.

Rubbing salt in the wound, it's often the unlucky victim of excessive police force who ends up being charged with wrongdoing. Although 16-year-old Thai Gurule was charged with resisting arrest and strangling and assaulting police officers, a circuit judge found that it was actually the three officers who unlawfully stopped, tackled, punched, kneed, tasered and yanked his hair who were at fault. Thankfully, bystander cell phone videos undermined police accounts, which were described as "works of fiction."
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13 Nullification Bills Move Forward this Week, 3 Signed into Law
Source: Submitted: 04/19/2015
“The Right to Try Act is a no-brainer,” said Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center. “When someone is on their deathbed, the fact that FDA regulations would let them die rather than try, has got to be one of the most inhumane policies of the federal government. Every state should nullify the FDA like this.”  Read full article »
Emanuel Agrees To $5.5 Million Police Torture Reparations Fund
Source: CBS Submitted: 04/17/2015
--Anthony Holmes, who testified against Burge at the federal trial that led to Burge’s conviction for lying about torture, has said Burge interrogated him in 1973, shocked him three times with a homemade electrical device, and suffocated him with a bag until he confessed to a murder he did not commit.

Holmes spent 30 years in prison for the killing, before he was released, but was unable to sue for damages, because the statute of limitations had long since passed.

--The city already has spent more than $20 million defending Burge, his detectives, and former Mayor Richard M. Daley against lawsuits stemming from torture allegations. The city also has spent approximately $100 million to settle lawsuits stemming from police torture committed by Burge and his detectives in the 1970s and 1980s.
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Saudi Connection to 9/11: FBI, Bush and Obama All Covered It Up (Video)
Source: Submitted: 04/17/2015
Former head of the Senate intelligence committee and former two-term governor of Florida Bob Graham says that the FBI is covering up knowledge of connections between the Saudi royal family and al-Qaeda.  Watch here »
This information has been known for a long time, but it's finally starting to gain some traction.

Assuming the evidence of Saudi guilt is clear, you really have to ask yourself:

Why would US policy makers, while claiming to "protect us from terrorism," choose to PROTECT those that facilitated the 9/11 attacks? The "cover up" alone makes them an accessory to the crime...but I suspect that "covering up" the Saudi government's guilt is just the tip of the iceberg. (Perhaps our policy makers don't want anyone "pulling the Saudi thread,"for fear of where it will lead back to.)
Monsanto Profits Fall Another 15% In April
Source: Submitted: 04/12/2015
Monsanto is continuing to lose profits into the second quarter of 2015, shedding an exceptional 15% profit amid falling GMO seed sales — even more than most experts projected.

In fact, many backers were absolutely certain that Monsanto would regain its footing after losing millions in last year’s fourth quarter. Some economists believed that Monsanto’s ‘tried and true’ strategy of pushing GMO seeds on farmers would sustain them into the first quarter of 2015. Before the latest announcement of financial loss, I predicted that Monsanto would in fact continue to lose money, as both the agricultural industry and consumers at large take a major stand against anything to do with the company:
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Comedian John Oliver Interviews Edward Snowden (Video)
Source: HBO - YouTube Submitted: 04/06/2015
There are very few government checks on what America’s sweeping surveillance programs are capable of doing. John Oliver sits down with Edward Snowden to discuss the NSA, the balance between privacy and security, and dick-pics.  Watch here »
I set the video above to skip the first 10.5 minutes (basically just Oliver introducing his audience to the "Snowden" topic with jokes mixed in). Be sure to rewind the video if you want to see the entire piece.
Untold History of the US: Bush and Obama - Age of Terror (Video)
Source: Showtime / Youtube Submitted: 04/06/2015
The meaning of events up to today. Obama and the destiny of the American Empire. Directed and narrated by Oliver Stone.  Watch here »
Editor's note: As of this post, I've only watched episode #10 entitled: "Bush & Obama: Age of Terror." It definitely presents a lot of really disturbing facts that are worth revisiting. The documentary makes the common mistake of blaming too much on "Bush and Obama" (two puppets beholden to their "advisers") and it repeats some commonly accepted, but almost certainly untrue, narratives like "Bin Laden was killed and dumped in the ocean," but it's still worth watching.

I do plan on checking out the other episodes. If you'd like to do the same, and if you'd like to make sure the creators are compensated for their work, the entire series is available at Amazon (links below).

Rent and watch online

Purchase (4) DVDs

If you'd rather watch for free, the entire series has been posted and can be viewed here:
Video Exonerates Man who was Beaten & Falsely Charged by Police (Video)
Source: Submitted: 04/05/2015
--Police originally reported that the blood on his brain, broken orbital bone, and four broken ribs inflicted upon Dent came about as they acted in self-defense. They even went so far as to charge the retired grandfather with resisting arrest, assault on an officer, and fleeing police. All of these charges would ultimately be dropped after the judge watched the video.  Watch here »
Johns Hopkins Univ. Faces $1 Billion Lawsuit Over STD Study
Source: Submitted: 04/03/2015
--The government experiment happened more than 65 years ago. The victim’s attorneys argue it’s time to right a terrible wrong, while Johns Hopkins says its hands are clean.

Nearly 800 names with the same story–Guatemalan research subjects in the 1940s and ’50s poked and prodded as human guinea pigs of the U.S. government and infected with syphilis and other STDs without their knowledge.
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Feds Finally Find Real Crime in Silk Road Case: Its Agents Stealing Bitcoin
Source: Submitted: 03/31/2015
--Force is accused of extorting bitcoin from "Dread Pirate Roberts," the pseudonymous operator of Silk Road, under various fake identities, and keeping bitcoin delivered to him in his capacity as undercover agent rather than turning them over to the government.

He is also accused of working as a compliance officer for a bitcoin exchange called CoinMKT (while still working as a DEA agent) and in that capacity stealing $297,000 worth of bitcoin from a client of CoinMKT. He is also accused of falsely using a supervisor's signature stamp to direct a payments company that had frozen Force's own account for suspicious activity to undo that freeze, while ordering that company to not independently inquire to the DEA on the matter and trying to bury the paper trail.
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Five Off the Grid Houses Built for Less than $5,000 Each
Source: Submitted: 03/29/2015
Ever wanted to live in an off the grid cabin that you built yourself but didn’t think you had the time, money, or know how? Well here are five examples of off the grid homes that were built by relative amateurs each for under $5,000!  Read full article »
The earthbag home (450 square feet) looks about as "simple to build" as it gets. More info on it here:
Source: Submitted: 03/26/2015
--Black provides a chilling scenario under which an attempt to withdraw your own money from your bank account could end with a home visit from the cops.

“As you pull into your driveway later there’s an unexpected surprise waiting for you: two police officers would like to have a word with you about your intended withdrawal earlier,” writes Black, who accuses banks of already operating as “unpaid government spies”.

“Do you need to withdraw cash to purchase a used car from a private seller? Or perhaps you are pulling out some emergency cash for a loved one,” writes Mac Slavo.

“Either one of these activities are now considered suspicious and if your cash withdrawal amounts to even a few thousand dollars your bank teller is under a legal requirement to alert officials about your suspected criminal activity. And before you argue that you can’t possibly be a suspect because you have done nothing wrong, consider that even being suspected of being a suspect is now enough to land you on a terrorist watchlist in America.”
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The -1-Hour Guide to Successful Thinking (Audio)
Source: Submitted: 03/24/2015
5 years from now our lives are going to be different whether we want them to be or not. We’ll either have moved closer to what we want in life (by learning and doing what’s necessary to get us there) or we’ll have moved further away from it (by doing nothing and letting time that we could’ve used pass us by).

Whether you’re 8 or 80, starting today, you either begin the process of moving closer to what you want, or you begin the process of moving away from what you want. Each day is a choice for one or the other.

Making the right choice (making plans for our future) is something we’ve got to decide to do, and often the only thing that stands in our way – the only thing stopping us from making that extremely important decision – is doubt.
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I wrote and recorded this back in 2003 - 2004 and I've been meaning to post the program here for a while.

These concepts were particularly useful to me during the period 2004 - 2014. (This is when, to fund my full-time research and writing, I had to sell nearly everything I owned and exhaust my savings.) These were very challenging times for me, yet the age-old ideas outlined in this course pulled me through. They kept me moving forward, and I hope they'll do the same for you.
Former NSA Director Pulls Back the Curtain on NSA Crimes (Video)
Source: Submitted: 03/22/2015
Alex Jones talks with Whistleblower William Binney about his experiences as a senior official within the NSA.  Watch here »
This ties in nicely with the Trilateral video below; the elite's desire to create a society of experts who can track and trace the activities of ALL people at all times.
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