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- MSNBC Smears Bundy Supporters as “Insurgents,” Attacks Infowars, Drudge 2014-04-22
- Homeland Security to Purchase 25 Million Shotgun Rounds 2014-04-22
- Albuquerque Police Kill Third Person in Five Weeks 2014-04-22
- MIT Officer’s Statement Suggests FBI was Watching Tsarnaevs the Night Sean Collier was Killed 2014-04-22
- Defendant Killed in Courtroom for Wielding a Pen in a “Threatening Manner” 2014-04-22
- Judge: Prosecutors Must Turn Over Info On Secret CIA Prisons 2014-04-22
- Common Core Tests Plug Nike, Pepsi Products in New York State 2014-04-22
- XXX MEN: The Raping Of Hollywood 2014-04-22
- The True Story of the Boston Bombing 2014-04-22
- Live From Bundy Ranch: Assemblywoman Destroys MSNBC Host On The Air 2014-04-22
- Latest Trick for Illegal Immigrants: Granting Amnesty in Return for Military Service 2014-04-22
- Yemen strikes may target top al Qaeda leaders 2014-04-22
- Asteroids cause dozens of nuclear-scale blasts in Earth’s atmosphere 2014-04-22
- U.S. sending troops to Eastern Europe 2014-04-22
- ‘Hacking the Constitution’: States Quietly Plan to Ditch Electoral College 2014-04-22
- Man Attacked By Cop For Asking Question 2014-04-22
- Video: TSA Agents Pat Down 2 & 6 Year Old Children 2014-04-22
- School Calls Cops On Runaway Special Needs Kid 2014-04-22
- Scientists Explore Possibilities of Mind Reading 2014-04-22
- Is Lithium Orotate Good or Bad for You? 2014-04-22
- Oklahoma House Passes Bill That Reaffirms Gold and Silver as Money 2014-04-22
- The center-right gains ground ahead of next month’s European elections 2014-04-22
- Most Americans Do Not Want Google-ish Glasses, Drones, Or Lab-Grown Meat 2014-04-22
- Kiev Regime Infested With Neo-Nazis is US ‘Piece of Work’ 2014-04-22
- Biden Backs Ukraine Junta as State Department Offers Weak Evidence of Russia Meddling 2014-04-22
- NEW ARTICLE ON THE DOC OIG COMPLAINT 2014-04-21
- September 11th and the Academy 2014-04-20
- 9/11: The Devil's in the details 2014-04-14
- "Wall Street genius" Mark Gorton publishes summary of "ruthless secret cabal that assassinated JFK and planned 9/11." 2014-04-11
- The CIA in Kuwait: Parallels to a 9/11 Suspect 2014-04-07
- Rep. Jim McDermott -- questions about Building 7 are legitimate and merit further investigation 2014-04-04
- An Update from Canada: Controversial ReThink911 Canadian Tour Draws Mainstream News Coverage 2014-04-01
- It’s NOT Too Late to Try Bush, Cheney and Obama for War Crimes 2014-03-30
- The Holocaust, Mind Control, and 9/11 2014-03-25
- Confronting Cognitive Dissonance - The Eyeopener 2014-03-25
- PART 7: Legislators, Pundits & 9/11 Controlled Demolition Questions 2014-03-24
- Cass Sunstein: Still Plagued by his Imaginary Conspiracy Theorists 2014-03-20
- ReThink911 Toronto Subway Ad Published on Mar 17, 2014 2014-03-18
- Join Me in Supporting a New WTC 7 Investigation 2014-03-18
- The 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry and 28 Missing Pages 2014-03-16
- 9/11: Hard Evidence DavidChandler911 Published on Mar 13, 2014 2014-03-13
- Bob McIlvaine: "Let us come together to support the High-Rise Safety Initiative" 2014-03-13
- Victims’ families demand release of 28 pages from 9/11 report 2014-03-13
- 9/11: The Best Physical Evidence of Explosives- DavidChandler911 Published on Mar 7, 2014 2014-03-13
- Pretexts for War: How the public is deceived into fighting 2014-03-11
- The Path to a World Beyond War 2014-03-09
- Being smeared as a "9/11 Truther" in the MSM 2014-03-07
- Glenn Greenwald lauds bravery of RT’s Abby Martin, then NY Times outs her as 9/11 Truther 2014-03-05
- Bill Moyers - The Deep State Hiding in Plain Sight - February 21, 2014 2014-03-01
- The U.S. and Its Allies Had Contact with Bin Laden and the 9/11 Hijackers Many Times Before 9/11 2014-02-26
- William Pepper, Attorney at Law, Pursuing NIST 2014-02-24
- The Sound of Silence in Academia Connected to 9/11: Lars Schall interviews Adnan Zuberi 2014-02-22
- Kevin Ryan: Another Nineteen - Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects 2014-02-15
- ReThink911 Canada Tour Promo Video 2014-02-14
- Are Millions of Business People At Risk of Dying In Collapsing Buildings? 2014-02-13
- Citizen Kane – FLNWO #14 2014-04-21
- Cold War 2.0 and the Threat of Nuclear Warfare 2014-04-20
- Interview 864 – Dr. Meryl Nass Exposes the Anthrax Cover Up 2014-04-18
- Crowdsourcing Surveillance, Mainstream Conspiracies, No GMO Russia – New World Next Week 2014-04-18
- Interview 863 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato 2014-04-18
- Interview 862 – Denis Rancourt Dissects the Tort of Defamation 2014-04-17
- Medicated to Death: SSRIs and Mass Killings 2014-04-17
- The Great Decoupling: How the West is Engineering its Own Downfall 2014-04-13
- “New” Cold War, Same Old Tricks – BFP Roundtable #05 2014-04-12
- More Good News, Seawater Fuel, Blood Moon Apocalypse – New World Next Week 2014-04-12
- Do You Pass the Rothbard Test?
Originally published in The Libertarian Forum, Vol. 10, No. 7, July 1977. I have been ruminating recently on what are the crucial questions that divide libertarians. Some that have received a lot of attention in the last few years are: anarcho-capitalism vs. limited government, abolitionism vs. gradualism, natural rights vs. utilitarianism, and war vs. peace. But I have concluded that as important as these questions are, they don’t really cut to the nub of the issue, of the crucial dividing line between us. Let us take, for example, two of the leading anarcho-capitalist works of the last few years: my own For a ... Continue reading →
- 10 Ancient Origins
When people think of ancient civilizations, a lack of technological advancement and a primitive lifestyle are usually the first things that come to mind. However, many of the everyday things that we take for granted were actually invented long ago. Here are 10 things which were first thought of hundreds or thousands of years in the past. 10 Our System For Measuring Time Sometime in the early second millennium B.C., the Babylonians invented their number system, and its influence still affects us to this day. Because of a limited amount of symbols (they only had two, along with their indicator for zero), ... Continue reading →
- Lesson From the Nevada Stand-Off
The nation’s attention has for the past few weeks been riveted by a standoff in Nevada between armed federal agents and the Bundys, a ranching family who believe the federal government is exceeding its authority by accessing “fees” against ranchers who graze cattle on government lands. Outrage over the government's use of armed agents to forcibly remove the Bundys’ cattle led many Americans to travel to Nevada to engage in non-violent civil disobedience in support of the family. The protests seem to have worked, at least for now, as the government appears to have backed off from direct confrontation. Sadly, ... Continue reading →
- The 10 Most Overrated Movies of All Time
10. The Departed (Martin Scorsese, 2006) What They Said “The screenplay, by William Monahan, is simply sensational. Scenes play brilliantly. Feelings flow like molten lava. The dialogue overflows with edgy wit and acidulous arias of imprecation.” – Joe Morgenstern, The Wall Street Journal Awards Nominated for five Oscars and won four (Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Editing), and won Golden Globe for Best Director. What We Say The Departed is fun Scorsese, but is it great Scorsese? It feels like the film arrived buoyed up by the hope Marty might finally win some Oscars, and reviewers gave it a helping hand. ... Continue reading →
- Fed Follies
So far we have experienced 7 million foreclosures. Beyond that there are still 9 million homeowners seriously underwater on their mortgages and there are millions more who are stranded in place because they don’t have enough positive equity to cover transactions costs and more stringent down payment requirements. And that’s before the next down-turn in housing prices—a development which will show-up any day. In fact, another downward plunge is a positive certainty now that the buy-to-rent LBO speculators are rapidly pulling out of those “flash” bull markets in Arizona, California, Los Vegas, Florida and elsewhere. The latter were merely short-lived price eruptions which were an artifact of the Fed’s ... Continue reading →
- Beware Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Guidelines
At age 70–or 60, 50 or even 40– should you have the same blood pressure that you had at age 20? Many conventional doctors and most of the Powers-That-Be feel that the answer to that question is “yes”. Conventional medicine loves to issue guidelines. They have issued guidelines concerning weight, lipid and blood sugar levels and blood pressure. New guidelines inevitably result in millions of new patients requiring millions of new prescriptions. Big Pharma loves new guidelines. To be fair, the Eighth Joint National Committee recently released a new report on hypertension where the guidelines for diagnosing hypertension were slightly ... Continue reading →
- A Predatory Gang of Thieves and Murderers
Murray Rothbard called his political philosophy anarcho-capitalism to differentiate it from the far more common “communist anarchism.” Or, rather, it was more common then. Today, Murray’s vision of the free society without the oppressive, bloodthirsty, predatory State, and buttressed by private property, laissez-faire, and non-aggression, has relegated the bad guy anarchists to a particularly dusty corner of the history of thought. Never, ever, has there been so much interest in a truly libertarian society. Young people in this country and all over the world are flocking to the Rothbardian banner. No coincidence, at the same time. media attacks on us ... Continue reading →
- King of Kings
In statist mythology, distorted versions of Romans 13 could be seen as the trunk of a theological tree. But it is a tree with many branches, and several secondary scriptures have been thought to bolster the idea of the state as a divinely ordained institution: In one popular classical composition, Handell’s Messiah, the term "King of Kings" does directly quote from the book of Revelation. Of course, there is nothing wrong with that. However, the implication in the minds of most listeners is that the kings and lords of government are specially exalted alongside, or just slightly below the Saviour. ... Continue reading →
- Bunkerville, Nevada
The raiders arrived at dawn. Contract cowboys backed by BLM rangers and other heavily armed law enforcement personnel fanned out across the desolate but alluring Nevada countryside to confiscate livestock owned by a family who – under a controversial claim of sovereignty -- had allowed them to graze on public lands without paying fees to the federal government. “They have been overgrazing and damaging the land for years,” asserted BLM spokesman Mike Brown, who also pointed out that the family – the last holdouts in the region – had been fined millions of dollars for trespassing on public land. In defiance of federal ... Continue reading →
- 10 Dangerous Nutrition Myths
By Dr. Mercola There is no shortage of health advice out there, and no shortage of bad advice to go along with it. Some misguided notions are harmless—but others are outright dangerous and can lead you down the road to chronic health problems and may even trim years off your life. It is critically important to decipher fact from fiction. Many nutrition myths get repeated over and over until they are mistaken for truth, especially when perpetually spread by public health authorities. But the good news is that slowly, the real truth finally appears to be reaching mainstream audiences, as evidenced by ... Continue reading →
- Blowback for an Imperial Forgery
On Friday, April 18, President Obama voiced his righteous indignation over anti-Semitic fliers pasted on synagogue walls in the pro-Russian eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. The fliers, calling on all Jews to register or face expulsion, had appeared the day before and were instantly denounced by Donetsk leaders as a gross provocation and a forgery. The next day, however, Obama “expressed his disgust quite bluntly”. At least, that is what his hawkish national security advisor, Susan Rice, told the public. “I think we all found word of those pamphlets to be utterly sickening, and they have no place in the ... Continue reading →
- Lighten Your Load
Is it time for BOB to go on a diet??? One very popular question I get is about Bug Out Bag weight. Unfortunately, it’s never that there is TOO MUCH space left over in the pack. I’m always ask for ideas about how to reduce pack weight and eliminate unnecessary items. Below are 6 tips I’ve come up with for cutting weight from your BOB. Hopefully, one will work for you or at least help you brainstorm a creative solution. I’ve found that when you’re really getting serious about cutting Bug Out Bag weight then you must go through your ... Continue reading →
- Video: TSA Agents Pat Down 2 & 6 Year Old Children
- ‘Bundyfest’: Burning Man organizer plans 30 days of gay friendly anarchy next to Cliven’s ranch
An organizer for the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada has decided to take the party to Cliven Bundy’s ranch for a 30-day, rules-free “Bundyfest.” Liberal activist Sean Shealy said the festival will be held across the road from Mr. Bundy’s ranch in Bunkerville for 30 days beginning Sept. 5 and will feature more than 250 bands, Raw Story first reported.
- U.S. sending troops to Eastern Europe
The U.S. is sending about 600 ground troops to Eastern Europe this week to “reassure” allies there as Washington resumes its campaign of pressure on Russia over the Ukraine standoff.
- U.S.-Japan squabble over beef threatens Trans-Pacific Partnership
As President Obama goes to Tokyo for a two-day summit with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, their aides try to reach a compromise on tariffs for beef and other products.
- per's Intel 'Gag Order' an Assault on Press Freedoms: Critics
New order designed to "chill news gathering process" not protect national security
- Boston Marathon Bombing Timeline: Revised and Expanded
This scenario has become an established reality through the news media’s pronounced repetition of law enforcement’s narrative. This is underscored with the cultural tendency toward correlating non-Western and/or Muslim individuals with terrorism and related types of crime. This proposed scenario of deviant Muslim terrorists has also tended to obscure the possibility that the Tsarnaev brothers may have been tortured and Tamarlan murdered at the hands of federal and state law enforcement officers.
- Why Is the Post Office Buying Bullets?
As if the U.S. Postal Service didn’t already have enough to worry about, it has now become the target of gun enthusiasts, who are accusing the agency of stockpiling ammunition as part of a broader government plot to deprive Americans of their liberties.
- Ukraine: Poland trained putchists two months in advance
Lies have shorter and shorter legs. Two months after the change of regime in Kiev, the Polish press has disclosed the role of Donald Tusk’s government in preparing the coup. The new revelations belie Western discourse and demonstrate that the current interim government of Oleksandr Tourtchynov was imposed by NATO in violation of international law.
- CIA operative who defected to Cuba resurfaces in British film
An operative of the United States Central Intelligence Agency, who defected to Cuba in 1981 to avoid charges of criminal conspiracy, has reemerged in a British documentary film about the late Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi. Frank Terpil, 74, resigned from the CIA in 1970, allegedly after he was caught running a pyramid scheme in India, where he had been posted by the CIA
- The Core, of Common Core is Consumerism
Nike, Barbie and iPod were among the more famous brands to have appeared in a recent New York Common Core standardized English test taken by more than a million students in grades three to eight. Other brands included Life Savers and Mug Root Beer.
- The New America: Doubled security at Boston Marathon includes soldiers, checkpoints
This year’s Boston Marathon was the subject of unprecedented levels of policing. The 26.2 mile track from Hopkinton to Boston was enclosed in a “ring of steel” — where public streets were littered with checkpoints, cameras, and police dogs. Military helicopters whirred overhead as soldiers, federal agents, and local cops scrutinized anyone carrying a purse or a bag.
- MIT Police Officer’s Statement Suggests FBI was Watching Tsarnaevs the Night Sean Collier was Killed
Those of us here in Boston are intimately familiar with the details. We were glued to our television sets, radios, and computers, watching as our city turned into a temporary war zone. At first the events were confusing—conflicting reports and a story line that didn’t make sense. But in the days following the chaotic scene that unfolded in Cambridge and Watertown on the evening of April 18, 2013, just days after the Boston Marathon bombings, a coherent narrative was put forward in local media, largely based on anonymous and government sources.
- The Political Poison of Vested Interests
Once vested interests take control, the only possible “solution” left is collapse.
- Albuquerque Police Kill Third Person in Five Weeks
A 19-year-old woman was shot and killed by police in Albuquerque, New Mexico early Monday after being suspected of stealing a truck. This week’s death of Mary Hawkes now marks the third time in five weeks that Albuquerque cops have killed a civilian.
- Homeland Security to Purchase 25 Million Shotgun Rounds
Yesterday the Department of Homeland Security announced that it is seeking an ammunition dealer who can provide 25 million shotgun rounds to the agency over a five year period.