Mar 29 10:15

The Price of Telling The Truth…. An Abusive IRS Audit

Let’s now fast forward to June of 2013….. following my Congressional presentation and then having been interviewed and given dozens of presentations on the hazards of Obama Care and what is needed for true health care reform, as well as hosting The Operation Freedom Radio Show since 2010, the letter we received from The IRS on June 13th, 2013, unfortunately, confirmed my diagnosis 4 years earlier that the current administration worships at the alter of Fascism.

Mar 29 10:07

Beyond a Doubt: Our Media War Propaganda and The Film You Almost Didn’t See

This is the story about a film which none of were supposed to see. Not because the film wasn’t up to professional journalistic standards, or that it was of poor quality. It was neither of those. Against the odds and the establishment-owned international media syndicate, award-winning filmmaker and journalist John Pilger reveals one of the most damning indictments of American and British mainstream media. The content of this timeless film is stunning, and show beyond any reasonable doubt, that our media are not only complicit in advancing conflict around the globe, but are actively engaged in pushing it on behalf of those who seek to profit from international conflagrations.

Mar 29 09:16

Creativity and Non-Conformity Now listed as a Mental Illness by Psychiatrists

Now thanks to thought policing by the American Psychiatric Association the latest addition of the DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) is setting up the dominoes for arbitrary diagnosis of any dissenting individuals.

listed as new mental illnesses are above-average creativity and cynicism. The manual goes on to identify a mental illness called “oppositional defiant disorder” or ODD. Defined as an “ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile and defiant behavior,” symptoms include questioning authority, negativity, defiance, argumentativeness, and being easily annoyed.

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I score a perfect 100!

Mar 29 08:55

Albuquerque police chief welcomes FBI probe

Sure he welcomes the investigation. He wont release one of the shooters video.
Sounds like obstruction of justice to me! Can you say COVERUP!

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —Albuquerque Police Chief Gorden Eden said Friday he does not believe his department has a problem using deadly excessive force.
Eden said he stands by his department, despite the 23 fatal police-involved shootings since 2010.

Mar 29 08:51

APD declining to release Boyd video

Coverup and obstruction of justice! Gordon Eden was a fed. Don't expect the US Attorney to do more than throw more Gorilla dust into the air!

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – It’s the video seen around the world.

Helmet camera footage from Officer Dominique Perez of the controversial shooting of homeless camper James Boyd released Friday has drawn protests. There’s now also a federal criminal investigation into the case.

But what about the lapel video from the other officer who shot Boyd, Keith Sandy?

KRQE News 13 has learned Sandy’s lapel video may have drawn special attention from federal investigators.

Since the Perez video has been released, News 13 has been specifically requesting that lapel video be released, but APD has so far refused.

Mar 29 08:42

Media Control Grows More Difficult ... And Obvious

We have noticed a trend toward boldness – even brazenness – when it comes to manipulating the media in the US. It's as if politicians especially are not even bothering to hide their intentions.

We recently ran an article entitled, "Congress Mulls Licensing Speech?" that reported on this trend.

The subject of the article was the shield law that Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York was trying to push through the US Senate. Schumer was portraying the bill as something that was needed to protect "journalists" from US Intel agencies that are increasingly asking courts to place reporters in jail for not revealing their sources upon request.

Of course, what would have been more reasonable – were Schumer ever apt to be reasonable – would be to pass a law forbidding Intel agencies from trying to put reporters in jail.

Mar 29 07:20

Secrets About Suspected Israeli Theft of U.S. Weapons-Grade Nuclear Material Declassified

On March 18, 2014 ISCAP, the highest declassification authority in the U.S., released 84 pages (PDF) of formerly secret information about investigations into the illegal diversion of weapons-grade nuclear material from a Pennsylvania plant into the clandestine Israeli nuclear weapons program

Mar 29 07:19

The leak to kill all leaks

After having been under attack for weeks by a barrage of leaked documents and recordings about corruption at the highest state level, a few days before the elections, the beleaguered Turkish government all of a sudden is off the hook after a spectacular leak was published online, one that immediately eclipses all previous leaks.
Why? Because the latest leak took away the focus on corruption since it touches directly upon the security of the country. Because everybody is angry and concerned about such a blatant example of espionage. Because the government cleverly linked the people responsible for the security leak to the ones who masterminded the corruption tapes.

Mar 29 07:14

Ukraine’s Unelected Government Imposes IMF Austerity

This is perhaps best article on what actually happened in the Ukraine and Crimea: the story is a little different than what you’ve been hearing on TV or reading in the newspapers, at least if you’re in most of the West. The author does leave out some bits (like the Tatars boycotting the Crimean referendum), but overall it’s accurate.

Mar 29 07:08

How the NSA Can Use Metadata to Predict Your Personality

The president and congressional leaders want to end NSA bulk metadata collection, but not the use of metadata, which may even be expanded. From a technical perspective, the question of what your metadata can reveal about you, or potential enemies, remains as important as it was since the Edward Snowden scandal. The answer is more than you might think.

Mar 29 07:04

Pushing Toward The Final War — Paul Craig Roberts

Paul Craig Roberts is at least one layer of the onion off from the Truth. He just can't wrap his brain around those International Banksters bein the one who really run the show. He is still under the illusion that politicians have power!
Here's a link for you Mr. Roberts! Oh Yeah! Even MSM polls show no support for this war amongst us little folks who would have to fight and die for these jerks! whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/allwarsarebankerwars.php

Does Obama realize that he is leading the US and its puppet states to war with Russia and China, or is Obama being manipulated into this disaster by his neoconservative speech writers and government officials? World War 1 (and World War 2) was the result of the ambitions and mistakes of a very small number of people. Only one head of state was actually involved–the President of France.

Mar 28 13:33

Four Shocking Examples of Police Militarization in America's Small Towns

For nearly half a century, the general trend within America’s police precincts has been toward greater militarization, a transformation initiated by the culture wars of the 1960s and facilitated by the war on drugs, fear of inner-city crime, and anxieties over the threat of terrorism.

Mar 28 13:25

Autopsy of UIW student slain by cop reveals new details

An autopsy report released to the I-Team Thursday indicates a University of the Incarnate Word student shot and killed in December likely died from a gunshot wound to this back.

Mar 28 13:18

Fireman handcuffed after responding to 911 call

A New Roads Police Officer may have violated the law when he handcuffed and detained a volunteer firefighter and first responder Monday night during an emergency.

Mar 28 12:00

Zero Covered Dentists Within 100 Miles for Mandatory Dental Plan Under Obamacare

For years we have known that the claim under Obamacare, “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan,” was false.

We have also known that the claim under Obamacare, “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor,” was false.

But what we didn’t know was that under Obamacare, “If you need a doctor, you may have to drive more than 100 miles to find a doctor.”

Mar 28 10:35

POC says it lacks power to police the police

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The Boyd shooting prompted a larger than usual turnout at Thursday’s meeting of the Police Oversight Commission which is supposed to police the police department.

The commissioners listened to public complaints but said they have no power to do much about them.

“There’s very little that can be done by the POC, particularly before the investigation is completed,” said POC Commission Chair Richard Shine.

Mar 28 09:55

Horn of Africa in search of peace: from Ogaden to Dadaab

Graham Peebles wonders at man’s continual inhumanity to man as he hears at first hand from Somali refugees horrific tales of murder, torture and rape committed by Ethiopian soldiers and police.

Mar 28 09:54

The Militarized U.S. Police, by the Numbers

Many of us know retired police officers who remember a world where it was considered a failure to draw a weapon unless under direct attack. Even if such an action was required, the result was nightmare inducing. Today's police seem to have lost such empathy. As a consequence, police are rarely a welcome sight these days; they are being equipped and trained as if they are an occupying force (even in small towns), replete with body armor, tactical gear, and vehicles coming straight from the US military at bargain prices.

Mar 28 09:53

What If Everything You Were Ever Taught Was A Lie?

Ultimately, the education system can be blamed for feeding us propaganda and forcing us to regurgitate it so we can “fit in” with the rest of society. Our public school systems are set up to get the students primed for economic slavery without ever offering courses that allow to students to think creatively or freely.

If you trace the company’s who print our children’s textbooks, you’ll find a Zionist agenda behind them all. For example, George W. Bush’s grandfather, Prescott Bush, was arrested for funding both sides of World War II, yet we never learned this in school. Why? Because had we learned this, NEITHER Bush would have been elected president for having a traitor in their lineage.

And surely, Christopher Columbus didn’t “discover” America.

Mar 28 09:51


After company refused to take down problematic recordings, Turkish FM defends move to block service, citing need to defend national security.

Mar 28 09:51

PLUNGE: New poll shows Obamacare support at 26%

A new poll shows that just 26 percent of Americans support Obamacare, but at the same time only 13 percent think the law will be completely repealed.

The Associated Press-Gfk survey was completed before the White House announced this week that it had signed up 6 million people for private health plans through the state and federal exchanges under the Affordable Care Act.

Mar 28 09:15

A brief history of Obamacare delays

The administration has bent deadlines for the employer mandate (twice), put off the launch of the Spanish-language enrollment site and even delayed the enrollment season for 2015 — pushing it off until after the November midterm elections.

Working backward, here’s a brief history of some of the most prominent Obamacare delays:

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Mar 28 09:06

Ukrainian leadership to hire US mercenaries to suppress eastern regions - source

Private military company will be in charge of suppressing protest movements in Eastern Ukraine, said a source in the country's Security Service. According to him, the name of the company is Greystone Limited.

Mar 28 08:35

Turkey shuts down YouTube over security alert

Turkey’s telecoms authority has shut down YouTube.

Regulators say an anonymous account posted what it presented as a leaked recording of a discussion between the country’s intelligence chief and military leaders about possible operations in Syria.

It comes a week after Turkey tried to block access to microblogging site Twitter.

“I have been a Facebook and a Youtubeuser for years and all of a sudden, this ban comes as a shock. I am
uneasy over these developments and my biggest
concern is what will happen if this government wins the elections?” said internet user Robin Cetin.

Mar 28 08:27

Corporate Sovereignty Provisions Called Into Question Around The World

A couple of weeks ago, we noted that Germany just threw a big spanner in the TTIP works by calling for corporate sovereignty provisions to be excluded. Although perhaps the most dramatic repudiation of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS), it's by no means the only one. Indeed, the tide really seems turning, as country after country calls into question the need to put corporations on the same level as entire nations.

Mar 28 08:21

Ukraine: The Corporate Annexation. “For Cargill, Chevron, Monsanto, It’s a Gold Mine of Profits”

As the US and EU apply sanctions on Russia over its annexation’ of Crimea, JP Sottile reveals the corporate annexation of Ukraine. For Cargill, Chevron, Monsanto, there’s a gold mine of profits to be made from agri-business and energy exploitation.

Mar 28 07:56

C-13: A digital Trojan horse for the surveillance state

The Conservatives have offered up C-13 as a necessary tool to address the serious problem of online harassment. And there’s a justifiable and strong political movement among Canadians to modernize the Code to tackle the serious problem of Internet harassment and abuse, particularly in the wake of some tragic recent suicides.

Which is precisely what the Conservative party is counting on — because C-13 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

The government’s talking points notwithstanding, only a small portion of C-13 deals with cyber-bullying. Most of the bill is devoted to expanding police powers to search and seize personal Internet data.

Mar 28 07:55

IMF Exposed in Ukraine

The Ukraine debacle has exposed certain truths to the world about the way the West operates and how the power elite destabilizes countries politically in order to gain further control over them. IMF officials are doing themselves no favors by participating, but doubtless have little choice.

This IMF tranche is not a helpful gesture toward Ukraine so much as part of a calculated and continued campaign of destabilization and occupation. It is the Internet Era itself that is exposing these manipulations and making them considerably less effective in the 21st century than in the 20th.

Mar 28 07:31

Dissecting Obama’s Proposed NSA Reforms

So, after nine months of ignoring the Snowden revelations, downplaying the the Snowden revelations, not telling the truth about the Snowden revelations, insulting the Snowden revelations, sending members of his administration to lie to Congress about the Snowden revelations and claiming everything the NSA does is legal, righteous and necessary to keep the barbarians outside the gates, Obama is coincidentally now proposing some “reforms” without acknowledging the Snowden revelations. Let’s have a look based on what we know right now.

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"The US Government will no longer spy on law abiding Americans who are not suspected of a crime. We will order the phone and internet companies to do it for us. Isn't that better?" -- Official White Horse Souse

What is really insulting is that Obama actually thought this dodge would placate Americans.

In any event, this government's word is worthless, and the only way We The People will know the spying is over is for every one of those NSA data centers to be burned to the ground, with every official who supported this open violation of the Fourth Amendment to be used for the kindling!

Mar 28 06:52


Astonishingly, the FBI has removed both ADL and SPLC as NGO (non-government organization) resources for its hate crimes web page. ADL's Abe Foxman vows to contest this affront.

Mar 28 06:36

Nine nuclear base commanders fired from US Air Force over cheating scandal

The United States Air Force says it has taken unprecedented action by firing nine nuclear missile base commanders on Thursday amid an ongoing and exhaustive investigation surrounding allegations of cheating.

Mar 28 06:02

Pundits Never Have to Say They're Sorry

Pundits Never Have to Say They're Sorry–but They Can Demand Others Apologize for Being Right

It's been said that being a TV pundit means never having to say you're sorry. But you can demand that other people apologize for being right. And being wrong doesn't seem to affect certain pundits' ability to gobble up airtime.
This came to mind seeing National Review editor Rich Lowry on Meet the Press on March 23, offering his analysis of Russia:
"Angela Merkel said that famous remark that she talked to Putin and he was living in a different world, that's literally true. We all thought we were living in a post-Cold War world where everyone accepted basic, international norms. He's living in a world where he can take territory through lies and force of arms."
Lowery; post-9/11
"America roused to a righteous anger has always been a force for good. States that have been supporting, if not Osama bin Laden, people like him, need to feel pain. If we flatten part of Damascus or Tehran or whatever it takes, that is part of the solution."
Lowery; Iraq invasion
"There is a connection between Iraq and Al-Qaeda. There is no division in the US government about this anymore. Everyone agrees there's 10 years' worth of contacts between Iraq and Al-Qaeda."

(*Give up some 'air time' for the 'Lowery / Rivero Debate" !)

Mar 28 05:39

Researchers demand extra chance to murder your daughter

The US and other governments already demand this deadly gardasil/cevarix vaccine for immigration (eugenics) purposes. The lead researcher admits it not needed and potentially deadly but as a bail-out for big pharma - vaccines can't be reduced.


Mar 28 03:30

How the vampire squid is controlling our lives: They helped cause the crash. Then profited from it.

Amid the recent management shake-up at the top of the Bank of England, as it was dragged into the investigation of the alleged fixing of the £3?trillion-a-day foreign-exchange markets, one crucial appointment went almost unnoticed.

Mar 27 18:02

IMF “Shock Treatment” for Ukraine: Collapse of the Standard of Living

On March 27, Ukraine’s interim coalition government announced concrete policy measures as part of its agreement with the IMF: a 50 percent increase of the retail price of gas coupled with the deregulation of the foreign exchange market.

In surrendering to the IMF, Yatsenyuk was fully aware that the proposed reforms would brutally impoverish millions of people, including those who protested in Maidan.

Mar 27 17:45

Family of wrong-way driver shot by state cops speaks out

They probably had to shoot this old man to save other folks lives,but it's obvious he had a stroke or some other problem before and during this incident. They have him charged with enough stuff to keep him locked up until he's 144!
This isn't right or just! What is wrong with New Mexico!

Only KOB Eyewitness News 4 talked to Urban's family.

George Urban by phone Monday said his elderly father Albert doesn't drink or do drugs. He says he's mostly cried since Saturday night. George said his dad doesn't seem to fully understand what happened on Saturday night.

George Urban said what happened Saturday reminds him of someone else who was passing through New Mexico: Orianna Farrell.

"Something still has to be done about the police shooting people like this, you know what I mean?" said Urban.

Mar 27 17:36


You see, nature has a way fixing things. It has a way of fixing the gap between what is just and unjust.
You cannot falsely justify or fabricate reasons to kill people by your police force without consequences.
You cannot cover up murders of opponents and outspoken civil rights advocates without consequences.

But now, an even more powerful force has entered into the fray thanks to the unbridled actions and failures of Albuquerque's leaders. Thanks to them, they have failed us. And now nature comes forward on March 30, 2014 to help make things right. The gap between what is just and unjust is about to brought to daylight.

Hello Anonymous....

Mar 27 17:31

Does Silence Equal Consent????

They used a silencer on the M-4 Carbine. They must have riddled the guy!

After reviewing the footage of the recent Foothills police involved shooting which lead to the death of Mr. Boyd, the Eye has consulted with a technical expert on the equipment used, specifically the rifle wielded by the helmet camera equipped shooter.

Did anyone notice the level of noise from the flash bang, then the Taser shotgun? How about the bean bag gun at the end? Did you notice the extremely suppressed level of muzzle signature emitted from the AR-15 rifle used by the shooter, compared to the rest of these weapons?

Mar 27 13:43

U.Va. student sues state, ABC agents for $40 million

A University of Virginia student charged last year with assaulting ABC agents attempting to stop her for underage possession beer that turned out to be sparkling water has filed a $40 million lawsuit against the state and seven agents.

Mar 27 13:36

Hemp aid: US considers buying industrial cannabis from Ukraine to bolster its economy

BULLSHIT! Americans can do this and better!

US Department of Agriculture is looking to boost imports of hemp seeds from Ukraine, hoping this will help the country’s battered economy. However, they still do not know what it will be used for.

“We are now involved in trying to figure out ways in which we might be able to use the industrial hemp seeds that are created in Ukraine in the US,” Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told Bloomberg in an interview Tuesday.

Mar 27 13:31

American Heroes: Francis Marion, South Carolina’s “Swamp Fox”

Marion first learned his “Indian style” of warfare while fighting the Cherokees in the Southern theater of the French and Indian War (1756-1763). With American Independence in 1776, Marion was commissioned a major in the South Carolina militia.

During the next 2 ½ years Marion engaged in the devastating guerilla warfare that earned him the title of “Swamp Fox.” Although virtually in a sea of enemies, Marion and militia leaders Thomas Sumter and Andrew Pickens kept resistance alive in South Carolina until the Continental Army could recapture the region.

Mar 27 13:25

Nathan Bedford Forrest: American Warrior

Nathan Bedford Forrest, a name that struck dread to his enemies and which was revered by his men. He was arguably the greatest cavalryman during the War of Northern Aggression (or what is commonly known as America’s Civil War). There were many other notable cavalrymen, like the dashing J.E.B. Stuart, John Mosby, Wade Hampton, John Hunt Morgan and Robert E. Lee’s nephew, Fitzhugh Lee. On the Union side, George Armstrong Custer, the youngest Brigadier General, was a bold and often reckless cavalryman and John Buford, who probably saved the Union Army at Gettysburg. All were great horseman who feared no danger and did great service for their respective armies. However, Nathan Bedford Forrest stands alone.

Mar 27 13:22

US towns make more than 50% of income through speeding fines

According to NOLA.com, Lousiana is the top state for doling out speeding tickets. 15 towns make over 50% of their income through collecting on speeding fines, and some Louisiana legislators are now calling for something to be done about this shameful fact.

Mar 27 13:22

Mosby's Rangers!

John Mosby summary: John S. Mosby was a Confederate cavalry commander. Known for his speed and elusiveness, he was given the nickname "Gray Ghost."

Since his men were not a traditional army unit, they could be called together to strike a selected target, then disperse afterward, making them hard to run to ground. This ability to strike quickly and then "disappear" gave rise to Mosby’s nickname, "Gray Ghost" (which was used as the title of a television series about him in 1957-58, starring Tod Andrews, and of a 1980s board game based on his exploits). Mosby himself, wearing a disguise, would often reconnoiter an area for a raid.

Mar 27 13:01

Roundup Causes Toxic Damage to Rat Brains

Previous studies demonstrate that glyphosate exposure is associated with oxidative damage and neurotoxicity. Therefore, the mechanism of glyphosate-induced neurotoxic effects needs to be determined. The aim of this study was to investigate whether Roundup® (a glyphosate-based herbicide) leads to neurotoxicity in hippocampus of immature rats following acute (30min) and chronic (pregnancy and lactation) pesticide exposure. Maternal exposure to pesticide was undertaken by treating dams orally with 1% Roundup® (0.38% glyphosate) during pregnancy and lactation (till 15-day-old).

Mar 27 12:18


Really? How about the Hong Kong Chinese Triad? The ones hooked up to the Rothschild's banking system? Opium and heroin smuggling? Gosh, they might benefit from US gun confiscation, now wouldn't they? The Rothschild's and Zionists like Steinberg and Feinstein?

Mar 27 11:40

Will Israel kill US empire this week?

The US empire, which might be more accurately termed the New World Order bankster empire, seems to be lashing out blindly as it enters its death spasms.

Mar 27 11:35

Will tomorrow's FEMA drill be another false flag disaster gone live?

Many intelligent people have tried to piece together the significant facts about the missing Malaysian jetliner that has finally been declared crashed and lost in the unexplored recesses of the Indian Ocean near Antarctica, but one fact leaps out of this morass of tragic and confusing details that tells the whole story in a single thought.

'Who benefits?' is always the most relevant question. And this time, the answer seems quite clear.

Mar 27 11:32

Ex-TSA agent: We steal from travelers all the time

A TSA agent convicted of stealing more than $800,000 worth of goods from travelers said this type of theft is “commonplace” among airport security. Almost 400 TSA officers have been fired for stealing from passengers since 2003.

­Pythias Brown, a former Transportation Security Administration officer at Newark Liberty International Airport, spent four years stealing everything he could from luggage and security checkpoints, including clothing, laptops, cameras, Nintendo Wiis, video games and cash.

Speaking publicly for the first time after being released after three years in prison, Brown told ABC News that he used the X-ray scanners to locate the most valuable items to snatch.

“I could tell whether it was cameras or laptops or portable cameras or whatever kind of electronic was in the bag,” he said.

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Mar 27 10:29

National Police Shooting Championships: September 14-18, 2014

Guess where! You got it! Albuquerque! Major braindisorder NRA!

The 2014 National Police Shooting Championships will be held at the NPSC Police Pistol Combat ranges at Shooting Range Park in Albuquerque, New Mexico. You do not have to have to have a PPC Classification to register and there are no qualifying requirements.

Mar 27 10:00

No Need to Shoot Her Dogs, Woman Tells Police

I owned one of the first Tibetan Mastiffs in America as a youngster. The Dalai Lama of Tibet gave President Eisenhower a breeding pair of his dogs in gratitude for the CIA getting him out of Tibet. President Eisenhower gave the dogs to a buddy in Edwardsville Kansas,former US Senator Harry Darby. My step gramps was city attorney and a bud of the Pres and Senator Darby. My step dad got one of the puppies and gave it to me and my brother. He was a great dog and I loved him a lot and miss him still.
I feel really bad for this lady!

MILWAUKEE (CN) - In a fruitless search of a home for an alligator and wolves, Milwaukee police shot to death two Tibetan mastiffs, the most valuable dog in the world, which recently set a record of more than $1 million for a single puppy, the dogs' owner claims in court.

Mar 27 09:25

Albuquerque officer misconduct cases could cost over $12 million

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The potential taxpayer tab for misconduct cases involving Albuquerque police officers in 2013 is above $12 million.

That figure includes a $10.3 million jury award last month in a lawsuit filed by the family of Iraq War veteran Kenneth Ellis III.

Mar 27 09:23


According to the battered wife of Deputy Scott Finley, a member of the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department’s elite Crime Suppression Unit, when she threatened to call 911 to report a vicious beating, her husband’s response was: “Go ahead and call. How can you break the law when you are the law?”

This corruption is in no way limited to cops on the street. It exists at management levels and extends to the very top echelons of New Mexico law enforcement:

v Lt. John B. Gallegos, supervisor of the APD Internal Affairs Unit, was caught burglarizing a liquor store while on duty.

v Deputy Darryl Burt, senior officer in the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department Gang Unit, was charged with kidnapping, criminal sexual penetration, and other felonies in connection with the traffic stop of a 24-yr-old male, as well as 34 counts of sexual assault and extortion of a 16-yr-old boy. He was also found guilty of drug trafficking charges.

Mar 27 09:14

Idaho Family Terrorized by Midnight Paramilitary Raid

David and Connie Johnson were asleep when they heard a noise Connie later described as the “walls caving in.” Seconds later their front door was forced open and two armored strangers burst into the two-room apartment the middle-aged couple share with their adult son, Aaron.

Mar 27 08:50

Video: Flashback - Glenn Beck Exposes the Private Fed; Gets Fired by Fox

Uploaded on Apr 8, 2011
I never liked Glenn Beck much, but it is quite a coincidence that he comes out with the real truth about the private Federal Reserve, and then loses his show on Fox News. Like Ron Paul always says, the Fed is the true facilitator of big government. They could never tax enough, or borrow enough to pay for the wars and corporate welfare without the printing press and world reserve currency status. Do your own research; read G. Edward Griffin's classic "The Creature from Jekyll Island." The creation of the Fed WAS A CONSPIRACY. No theorizing needed. Our forefathers fought since the founding to deny the bankers a monopoly over the control of currency and credit. We have fallen under the control of the banking establishment, and they have tied their fraudulent debt to the fiscal wellbeing of America.

Mar 27 08:35

How My Generation is Getting Screwed Once Again

David Seaman
Activist Post

If you’re an American around my age (I’m 28), a couple of things are becoming clear.

We’re one of the first generations since the Great Depression that is expected to live a lower quality of life than our parents. Significantly lower.

We all got suckered into paying $160,000 we didn’t have for a piece of paper that entitles us to apply for a bunch of entry level jobs that don’t even want us on account of our lack of experience.

Entry level receptionist or social media position. 3-5 years experience required.

The US job market is crazier than one of Jigsaw’s rusty machinations...

Mar 27 08:29

Man brutally beaten by NYPD for sleeping on a couch in a synagogue

Disturbing video captured a man being brutally beaten by police after he was discovered sleeping on a couch inside a synagogue. The man was struck dozens of times with fists and a baton, even though the man had permission to be there. The beating was ruled justified and the officers were cleared.

Mar 27 08:28

Man brutally beaten by NYPD for sleeping on a couch in a synagogue

Disturbing video captured a man being brutally beaten by police after he was discovered sleeping on a couch inside a synagogue. The man was struck dozens of times with fists and a baton, even though the man had permission to be there. The beating was ruled justified and the officers were cleared.

The incident took place during the early morning hours of October 8th, 2012. Ehud Halevy, 22, was sleeping in the back room of the A.L.I.Y.A. (Alternative Learning Institute for Young Adults) building in Crown Heights. The facility is a synagogue and outreach center for troubled youths.

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"To protect and serve" appears to be interpreted by New York Police as "to maim and kill with impunity."

Mar 27 08:28

FBI Dumps Southern Poverty Law Center as Hate Crimes Resource

Signed by fourteen other conservative and Christian leaders, the letter calls SPLC "a heavily politicized organization producing inaccurate and biased data on 'hate groups' – not hate crimes." It accuses the SPLC of "providing findings that are not consistent with trends found in the FBI statistics." Where the FBI has found hate crimes and hate groups declining significantly in the past ten years, SPLC claims hate groups have increased 67.3% since 2000. Where once SPLC's hate list was reserved for groups like the Aryan Nation and the KKK, in 2010 SPLC started citing as hate groups those Christian groups that oppose same-sex marriage or believe homosexuality is not inborn, or are otherwise critical of homosexuality. Among the Christian groups targeted by SPLC was FRC.

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Look under "New Hampshire."

Mar 27 08:23

The First Duty of American Citizens is to Protect Their Freedom From the Government

“The window for the United States to save the PETRODOLLAR (THERE IS THAT WORD I KEEP HARPING ON IN MY FINANCIAL SERIES) from the scourge of the Iranian sale of oil for gold to the BRIC nations (e.g. Russia, China, India) is rapidly closing. If the Russians are able to invade Ukraine and consolidate their holdings, an invasion of Syria as a precursor to the invasion of Iran, can be seriously challenged by the Russians operating out of Crimea.”

I absolutely CANNOT stress enough how important the financial component is to understanding domestic or global politics right now. If you think it does not concern you, you are sorely mistaken. I include the links again below.

Mar 27 08:19

Noted cyber-group 'Anonymous' plans attack on APD websites

The international network of online activists known as "Anonymous" has announced their plans to launch a cyber attack on the Albuquerque Police Department's websites.

The announcement was released Wednesday on the group's YouTube channel. The group cites the recent shooting by APD of a man in the foothills and calls for citizens to organize and assist with the attack.

Mar 27 07:57

Police Involved Shooting Statistics: A National One-Year Summary

I collected this data myself because the U.S. Government doesn't. There is no national database dedicated to police involved shootings. Alan Maimon, in his article, "National Data on Shootings by Police Not Collected," published on November 28, 2011 in the "Las Vegas Review-Journal," wrote "The nation's leading law enforcement agency [FBI] collects vast amounts of information on crime nationwide, but missing from this clearinghouse are statistics on where, how often, and under what circumstances police use deadly force. In fact, no one anywhere comprehensively tracks the most significant act police can do in the line of duty: take a life."

Since the government keeps statistics on just about everything, why no national stats on something this important? The answer is simple: they don't want us to know. Why? Because police shoot a lot more people than we think, and the government, while good at statistics, is also good at secrecy.

Mar 27 07:56

Payments to Albuquerque Officers Are Called a ‘Bounty System’

Mike Gomez has been angry with the police officer here who shot and killed his 22-year-old son, Alan, last year, after officers responded to a report that the young man was acting erratically and firing a rifle. But Mr. Gomez became even angrier just days ago after he learned that the officer, Sean Wallace, received a $500 payment from the Albuquerque police union shortly after the shooting.

Mar 27 07:12

Brazil's anti-spy Internet bill clears lower house vote

Brazil's lower chamber of Congress approved groundbreaking legislation on Tuesday aimed at guaranteeing equal access to the Internet and protecting the privacy of its users in the wake of U.S. spying revelations.

Mar 27 06:52

Social media: Weapon of PsyWar & you’re the target

For centuries the most powerful intelligence gathering service on the planet was the Catholic rite of ‘confession’, where millions of people told vital info to the Pope on guilty acts which could then be used to blackmail them and their co-sinners.

But you’d be wrong if you thought that was mostly over with Luther and the reformation. Priest-spooks of the new church at Google and Facebook took over where the confession box left off.

“Facebook have my life and I worry, ‘what will they do with it?’” a friend admitted to me this week. It’s a fair concern and one the software and social media giants have skirted round, paying their PR and legal departments to keep public debate to a minimum. Without a cast iron assurance that our data really is private we have to assume they hand everything to the NSA.

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Using social media as an intelligence gathering tool seems silly when you recall just how many people are lying online, especially if they are trying to get a date.

Mar 27 04:40

Canada, Zionist power and World War II myths

Martinez talks at length with Greg Felton, a Canadian investigative reporter and author about Zionist power in Canada, myths and propaganda surrounding World War II and the abuse of history. Freedom to discuss, discourse and investigation of controversy, rehashing well-known and controversial topics is in a sense, perhaps, something we need even more of than lectures!

Mar 26 23:29

APD foothills shooting now subject of federal criminal investigation

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The March 16 fatal shooting by two Albuquerque Police officers of a mentally ill homeless camper in the city’s foothills is now the subject of a federal criminal investigation, according to several people briefed by U.S. Justice Department officials Wednesday afternoon.

Mar 26 21:44

A City Shaken To Its Core: Shocking Video Of APD Shooting Mentally Disturbed Suspect Unleashes Public Scorn And Renewed Calls For Change

This writer is New Mexico's longtime political guru Joe Monahan. He seems to be a little perturbed about all the indiscriminate shooting going on in Albuquerque.
Very good writer and very influential. I think the worm may have turned and maybe we will see a little truth and justice. New Mexico could use it!

Boyd lay dying next to blood-soaked rocks in the Sandia foothills. He had been subjected to two stun gun rounds, six rounds of gunfire, a bean bag and a police canine attack. It was the fatal police shooting that sent the thus far apathetic public over the edge.

Mar 26 21:22

Citizen Video Contradicts Albuquerque Police Claims that Man they Killed Shot at them First

Neighbors,relatives and other witness's put the lie To Chief Gordon Eden once again! And now a vid that contradicts their claims the guy was shooting at them when they murdered the man!

Albuquerque police shot and killed another man Tuesday night after claiming he had shot at them first.

However, video from a witness contradicts this claim.

Mar 26 20:35

Sister of man shot by APD says he was innocent

The Albuquerque police would lie! Harumph! Harumph!

Created: 03/26/2014 6:16 PM
By: Nikki Ibarra, KOB Eyewitness News 4

KOB Eyewitness News 4 looked into the suspect police said shot at their officers. We’ve learned he does have an extensive criminal history, including charges of assault on officers.

The stories KOB is hearing about what happened in Tuesday’s fatal shooting are completely different.

KOB sat down with the suspect’s sister who said police are lying, and insists her brother did not have a gun.

Mar 26 20:28

Witnesses contradict APD's version of shooting

Created: 03/26/2014 7:47 PM
By: Jen Samp, KOB Eyewitness News 4

Countless boot prints and footsteps are all that’s left behind in a small apartment courtyard near Coors and Central.

But this was the scene last night where dozens of people saw police shooting Alfred Redwine in the courtyard, killing him.

Witnesses say groups covering their faces with towels as the left the scene were the neighbors who called 911 saying Redwine pulled a gun out on a kid.

Residents shouted at the group calling them liars.

Mar 26 18:46

2014 Worldwide Wave of Action: learn war law to end lie-began unlawful Wars of Aggression (6 of ?)

*hyperlinks live at source*

The 2014 Worldwide Wave of Action (and here) begins ~April 4 on the anniversary of Martin King’s assassination by the US government (civil court trial verdict), with this operation completing ~July 4 (Martin’ 2-minute plea to you).
Purpose of this operation:
Expose 1% oligarchs in the US and elsewhere as OBVIOUS criminals centering in war, money, and media (also in ~100 other crucial areas).
Cause their surrender through arrests or Truth & Reconciliation.
Initiate true freedom for all Earth’s inhabitants to explore ready breakthroughs in economics (links here) and technology, and discover what it is to be human without psychopathic criminals who joke about killing millions, harming billions, and looting trillions.

Mar 26 15:06

Ukraine to hike domestic gas prices by 50 percent to meet IMF demands

Wow... This is going to be a great way to get people excited about their debt serfdom

Mar 26 13:45

The US Is Now Spending 26% Of Available Tax Revenue To Pay Interest

By the 19th century, the Ottoman Empire had become a has-been power whose glory days as the world’s superpower were well behind them. They had been supplanted the French, the British, and the Russian empires in all matters of economic, military, and diplomatic strength. Much of this was due to the Ottoman Empire’s massive debt burden.

Mar 26 13:28

Kansas family's $25,000 probe pins fruitless SWAT team raid on science project or tea

A Kansas man paid an attorney $25,000 to find out what prompted a SWAT team to raid his family's home, and after a year and a half, the lawyer narrowed it down to either his wife's tea or their son's science project, according to a report.

Mar 26 13:24

Toronto family surprised to learn it was cops who broke into their house and removed computers

When Nahid Alikhani and her sons came home on March 18, they found the front door jammed, muddy footprints throughout the house, their mail strewn about, doors ajar and all of their electronic devices missing.

Mar 26 13:18

Erdogan’s bluff and poker games

One week before the local elections in Turkey, March 30th, a Turkish F16 shot down a Syrian Mig 23 accusing the Syrian side of penetrating Turkish airspace while the Syrian jet came down in Syrian territory and, luckily, the surviving pilot clearly stated that he was shot down on the Syrian side of the border.
Even when hypothetically the Syrian jet crossed for seconds Turkish airspace the Turkish jets could easily escort him out as from a military point of view there is and was not a single reason to shoot the jet down.
So if there is no military reason, the hostile act of bringing a Syrian jet down must be looked at from a political angle.

Mar 26 12:48

Ukraine agrees to 50% gas price hike amid IMF talks

Ukraine's interim government says it will raise gas prices for domestic consumers by 50% in an effort to secure an International Monetary Fund (IMF) aid package.
An official at Ukraine's Naftogaz state energy company said the price rise would come in on 1 May, and further rises would be scheduled until 2018.
Ukrainians are accustomed to buying gas at heavily subsidised rates.
But the IMF has made subsidy reform a condition of its deal.

Mar 26 12:32

TSA union: agency needs its own armed officers

The head of a union representing 45,000 Transportation Security Administration officers says a report conducted by the TSA after a Los Angeles airport shooting last fall doesn't go far enough in addressing threats posed by individuals targeting its officers.

The Transportation Security Administration recommended Wednesday that airports post armed law enforcement officers at security checkpoints and ticket counters during peak hours.

Mar 26 12:07

IRS Makes Bitcoin Rules Simple for Wall Street, Impossible for Everyday Users

The IRS just issued tax guidance for bitcoin and other virtual currencies. They classify bitcoins as property, instead of a currency, where tax rules of stocks and barter will apply. It seems, as always, that Wall Street wins and people lose.

It essentially means Wall Street has a new asset class to exploit at low capital gains rates, and retail businesses get the benefit of low transaction fees of the Bitcoin payment system without extra accounting; but everyday people who use it as a currency must report every single transaction for tax collection.

Mar 26 12:01

Doin the Math…

According to General Motors, the Volt battery holds 16 kwh of electricity. It takes a full 10 hours to charge a drained battery. The cost for the electricity to charge the Volt is never mentioned so I looked up what I pay for electricity. I pay approximately (it varies with amount used and the seasons) $1.16 per kwh.

16 kwh x $1.16 per kwh = $18.56 to charge the battery. $18.56 per charge divided by 25 miles = $0.74 per mile to operate the Volt using the battery. Compare this to a similar size car with a gasoline engine that gets only 32 mpg. $3.19 per gallon divided by 32 mpg = $0.10 per mile. The gasoline powered car costs about $15,000 while the Volt costs $46,000.

So the Government wants us to pay 3 times as much, for a car that costs more than 7 times as much to run, and takes 3 times longer to drive across the country…..

Mar 26 10:59

Homeland Security Exercise Targets “Free Americans Against Socialist Tyranny”

Leaked Homeland Security documents obtained by Infowars reveal details of a joint DHS/FEMA national exercise set to take place this week, one of the components of which revolves around an effort to counter online dissent by a group called “Free Americans Against Socialist Tyranny,” which is disgruntled at the imposition of martial law after an earthquake in Alaska.

Mar 26 10:53

Billionaire’s son avoids punishment for cocaine found in his Mercedes when he was stopped by police for jumping traffic lights

A banker's son who was found to have cocaine in his car when he was stopped for jumping traffic lights was let off by magistrates without penalty for the drugs.

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So, what else is new?

Mar 26 09:15

White House offers extension on completing Obamacare enrollment

The Obama administration plans to allow consumers to complete enrollment for health insurance under Obamacare after next week's deadline as long as they declare that they started the process before the end of the month.

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Mar 26 08:47

Judging Obamacare state by state

Earlier this month the Department of Health and Human Services announced that more than five million people had selected plans on the public insurance exchanges, a sign that the pace of enrollments is quickening as the March 31 deadline for choosing a plan approaches. But a look at the exchanges during the last month of the sign-up period shows that the enrollment picture isn’t equal across the map. “A handful of states have done great,” says Katherine Hempstead, the senior program officer for the coverage team at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a philanthropy dedicated to health care. “But there are some states that are really not getting much traction at all.”

Mar 26 08:46

Remember the missing Obamacare "back-end?" Yeah, HHS still hasn't built that

The website works. Sometimes. And the deadline for signing up is rapidly approaching. Again. But there's one big piece of Obamacare that's still missing.

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Mar 26 07:37

Asset Forfeiture The looting of U.S. citizens

“Civil asset forfeiture has allowed police to view all of America as some giant national K-Mart, where prices are not just lower, but non-existent — a sort of law enforcement ‘pick-and-don’t-pay.”
U.S. Representative Henry Hyde

“Findings suggest asset forfeiture is a dysfunctional policy. Forfeiture programs, while serving to generate income, prompt drug enforcement to serve functions that are inherently contradictory
and often at odds with the demands of justice.”
Mitchell Miller & Lance H. Selva

Mar 26 07:36

Policing for Profit - The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture

Mar 26 07:32


Mar 26 07:26

Using Metadata to Catch a Whistleblower

So what did Stanford find among all that metadata? They began with some simple, common-sense assumptions, primarily that the more calls you made to a specific place (i.e., a political group or a friend) and the longer in duration those calls were, the more significant the connection. If that same source called you back, frequently or for long durations, the connection was more or less confirmed. Mistakes could be made, but there is always some collateral damage in these things.

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It is nonsense to trust the government's claim that they are only looking at the meta-data. The Utah data facility alone has enough storage to record every single phone call made by every single human on Earth for the last 7 years!

Mar 26 07:00

Warnings from Former Presidents About Who Really Runs the Show

Verified Warnings From Former U.S. Presidents About the “Invisible Government” Running the U.S. With “No Allegiance To the People”

Mar 26 06:41

Ukrainian authorities to tame Eastern regions with aid of private military company

An overseas private military company will engages in the suppressing of protest moods of the mostly Russian-speaking population in the East of Ukraine, a source at the Security Service of Ukraine said Monday

“The case in hand is Greystone Ltd. company,” he said.

The incumbent authorities in Kiev that came to power as a result of a coup believe that the Security Service branches in the eastern regions are unable to suppress the protest moods and “to neutralize” the leaders and activists of the broad pro-Russian movement here.

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Greystone is a subsidiary of Blackwater, Xi, Academii, or whatever they are calling themselves these days to escape the bad press.

Mar 26 06:26

Born into slavery

The banks have been the modern slave owners and as the saying goes, “He who owns the debt owns the people.” The way the Slavery System was imposed on us meant that even if we did end up paying off our house or our car, we never actually owned it, because our right to any Real Property ownership was given away at the registration of our birth.

Mar 26 06:19

State Supreme Court strikes down eavesdropping law

Hours after the Illinois Supreme Court struck down the state’s eavesdropping statute on Thursday, Annabel Melongo reflected on the 20 months she spent locked up in the Cook County Jail under the now-unconstitutional law.

Melongo said she had been ordered held on a six-figure bond typically given repeat or violent offenders for recording three telephone conversations she had with a court reporter supervisor at the Leighton Criminal Court Building about the policy for correcting a hearing transcript.

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Apparently the government can record you, but you better not record the government!

Mar 26 06:06

Rep. Mike Rogers Is A Liar

Rep. Mike Rogers, one of the most doggedly pro-NSA figures in Congress, is once again making claims for which he presents zero evidence and which contradict findings from the intelligence community.
Specifically, he is going on television to claim Edward Snowden is a double agent for the Russians. “Every counterintelligence official believes that,” Mr. Rogers said on the NBC News program “Meet the Press.” “You won’t find one that doesn’t believe today he’s under the influence of Russian intelligence services.”

Actually, I know of one official who doesn’t believe Snowden is working with Russian intelligence services: Rick Ledgett, the guy who leads the NSA’s task force on Snowden’s leaks. That task force, according to a Reuters report, “found no evidence that [Snowden] had help either within the NSA or from adversary spy agencies.”

Mar 25 13:47

Feinstein’s Bill to Kill Free Speech of Independent Journalists ‘Has Votes’ to Pass Senate

After fending off numerous attacks on the freedom of the internet last year, activists and independent journalists alike are now facing another hurdle that flies in the face of freedom of the press, the “Journalist Shield Law“. Image credit: davidleesf

Although the bill is being sold by the Obama administration and establishment politicians in both parties as a positive step in protecting free speech, unfortunately the name of this bill is highly deceiving. Remembering just how unpatriotic the Patriot Act was, this new law, although deceivingly named, is likely to crush freedom of speech of any journalist not on a corporate payroll. According to the AP, this is how the bill defines who a real journalist is:

Mar 25 13:31

How Much Is NSA Spying Costing In Lost Productivity?

NSA spying is costing the U.S. tech industry tens of billions of dollars. And see this and this.

It also undermines trust in U.S. companies, fellow Americans and are government. Given that trust is the foundation for a prosperous economy, this is really bad for our economy.

But there might be another big cost to mass surveillance: loss of worker productivity.

Specifically, top computer and internet experts say that NSA spying breaks the functionality of our computers and of the Internet. It reduces functionality and reduces security by – for example – creating backdoors that malicious hackers can get through.

Mar 25 11:02

Either U.S. Economy Collapses or WWIII | Mike Rivero

Mar 25 10:52

The Five Biggest NSA Bombshells Dropped by Snowden

Nine months and counting... NSA fugitive Edward Snowden is still making waves. And he warns that more secrets will be revealed. Here are some of the biggest bombshells he's exposed so far. (Source: Bloomberg)

Mar 25 10:23

'They've blown off the subpoenas': Republicans prepare brickbats for Obama administration with new IRS corruption hearing

An aide to one Republican committee member said Monday that the White House and the Treasury Department were already dangerously close to causing a constitutional crisis.

'They've blown off the subpoenas,' the aide said, referring to legal demands the committee issued to the IRS on August 2 and February 14. 'If the DOJ keeps dragging its heels too, and can just get away with it, why do we have an oversight committee in the first place? It's like the White House has never heard of the separation of powers.'

Mar 25 10:06

Public Service Announcement: Mass Surveillance Is ALWAYS About Crushing Dissent

500 Years of History – and 40 Years of Warnings by Top U.S. Officials – Confirms that Government Spying On One’s Own People Is Always About Grabbing Power and Stifling Criticism

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Not working very well this time, is it?

Mar 25 10:02

No Law Requires You to Pay Income Tax, Period.

Mar 25 08:21

US Prepares To Provide A Billion To Ukraine As Detroit Plans Mass Water Shutoffs Over $260 Million

Either way, one thing is certain: in order to enforce the fading Pax Americana in the Ukraine, and to keep the funding to the otherwise insolvent Ukraine flowing, which as everyone knows will be first and foremost used to pay Russia's Gazprom, the US is about to send lots of money abroad. As in, not in the US.

So when it comes to priorities, whom does Putin have to thank for the billions in Western funds he is about to receive? Maybe he can start in Detroit, where the local utility is planning mass water shutoffs over $260M in delinquent bills.

Mar 25 08:15

Spanish 'Anti-Austerity' Protesters "Sick Of This System They Call Democracy"

"I'm here to fight for my children's future," exclaims one father as Spaniards rallied in Madrid against poverty and EU-imposed austerity. As Reuters reports, the largely peaceful protest later marred by violent clashes in which police fired rubber bullets. The so-called "Dignity Marches" brought hundreds of thousands to the capital with banners making it clear what their feelings about record 26% unemployment were - "Bread, jobs and housing for everyone" and "Corruption and robbery, Spain's trademark." One protester summed up the people's views of the government, "I'm sick of this system they call democracy... I want things to change."

Mar 25 08:13

Family surprised to learn it was Toronto cops who broke into house, removed computers

When Nahid Alikhani and her sons came home on March 18, they found the front door jammed, muddy footprints throughout the house, their mail strewn about, doors ajar and all of their electronic devices missing.

Fearing a burglary, they called 9-1-1.

“The police said, ‘Actually it was us,’” said Alikhani.

That’s when they noticed the search warrant that had been left. It was for their Markham address, but none of their names were listed. Then Alikhani spotted a name she did recognize — the son of the home’s previous owner.

Their story highlights difficulties surrounding police investigations, and obtaining search warrants while protecting personal privacy when the person police are looking for are no longer at the home being searched.

The Toronto police say the family was the victim of a sophisticated crime ring busted this week and that proper procedure was followed in lawfully entering the home.

The family sees it differently.

Mar 25 07:56

Another stolen generation: how Australia still wrecks Aboriginal families

The tape is searing. There is the voice of an infant screaming as he is wrenched from his mother, who pleads, "There is nothing wrong with my baby. Why are you doing this to us? I would've been hung years ago, wouldn't I? Because [as an Aboriginal Australian] you're guilty before you're found innocent." The child's grandmother demands to know why "the stealing of our kids is happening all over again". A welfare official says, "I'm gunna take him, mate."

This happened to an Aboriginal family in outback New South Wales. It is happening across Australia in a scandalous and largely unrecognised abuse of human rights that evokes the infamous stolen generation of the last century. Up to the 1970s, thousands of mixed-race children were stolen from their mothers by welfare officials. The children were given to institutions as cheap or slave labour; many were abused.

Mar 25 06:55

Colorado House Passes Forced Vaccination Bill: One of 18 States Pushing Corporate Drugs

Parents will have little choice over whether or not to have their children vaccinated in Colorado now, due to a bipartisan measure passed by Colorado’s House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee this past Thursday. Parents who intended to claim the ‘opt out’ available in a current rendition of Colorado’s current law, due to religious or personal beliefs, will find it much more difficult to do so.

HB 14-1288, which gained traction after recent whooping cough outbreaks, will require parents to complete an online ‘education’ module and get the signature of their health care providers confirming that parents have been informed of health risks and a ‘possible detriment to the community’ if their children go unvaccinated.

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Were I a parent in Colorado, I would be seriously thinking about moving out of state right about now.

Mar 25 06:52

Will Israel kill US empire this week?

The US empire, which might be more accurately termed the New World Order bankster empire, seems to be lashing out blindly as it enters its death spasms.

In Ukraine – as in Syria, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere – the Empire's forces are in disarray. The loss of Crimea, and setbacks in Syria, are merely the latest of many debacles. The cause of this ongoing disaster: A series of self-inflicted wounds.

The worst wounds have been self-inflicted by the Empire's lunatic fringe: the Israel-centric neoconservatives. This group, which includes both Jewish chauvinists and Christian armageddonites, is burdened by fanatical devotion to an impossible project: The maintenance of a sustainable "Jewish state" in Occupied Palestine.

Mar 24 16:52


Mar 24 16:10

Michael Rivero: All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars!

As long as Private Central Banks are allowed to exist, inevitably as the night follows day there will be poverty, hopelessness, and millions of deaths in endless World Wars, until the Earth itself is sacrificed in flames.

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The message is getting out!

Mar 24 13:29

Homeless Man Gets Shot To Death By Police For Camping Without Government Permission!

Outrage has ignited over a helmet-cam video of officers fatally confronting a homeless man at his primitive campsite in the foothills.

Mar 24 13:19

Child poverty rate in US is appalling

Nearly 25 percent of children in the US live in poverty. This is in stark contrast to other advanced countries, where the number is about 5 percent. This is tragic.

Other nations believe children are the hope for the future. They believe sensible government programs can have a positive effect on children and on society in general. Most provide early childhood development programs, including education and child care. They provide extended paid family leave. They have single-payer health care systems, which avoid expensive health insurance. They have extended unemployment safety nets. They believe in a sense of national community.

In this country, there is hate and suspicion of government, especially by far right Republicans. They believe food stamps and unemployment benefits will make people lazy. They refuse to consider raising the minimum wage. Many believe people are poor because God is punishing them.

Mar 24 10:27

Police accused of excessive force after firing six bullets, two stun gun rounds, a bean bag and releasing a K9 unit on mentally ill man with a knife who later died

Police in Albuquerque are facing intense criticism after video footage was released which appears to show officers using excessive force to apprehend a homeless man who was holding two knifes.

James Boyd, 38, died as a result of his injuries after a standoff with cops last Sunday, during which police fired two stun gun rounds, six rounds of gunfire, a bean bag and a K-9 unit was released on him.

The entire ordeal was caught on one officer’s lapel camera and has led to a public outcry from city and state leaders who have accused the police of using excessive force.

Mar 24 10:17

The NDAA: a clear and present danger to American liberty

Yes, the worst things you may have heard about the National Defense Authorization Act, which has formally ended 254 years of democracy in the United States of America, and driven a stake through the heart of the bill of rights, are all really true. The act passed with large margins in both the House and the Senate on the last day of last year – even as tens of thousands of Americans were frantically begging their representatives to secure Americans' habeas corpus rights in the final version.

As the New American website puts it,

"[S]ubsequent clauses (Section 1022, for example) unlawfully give the president the absolute and unquestionable authority to deploy the armed forces of the United States to apprehend and to indefinitely detain those suspected of threatening the security of the 'homeland'. In the language of this legislation, these people are called 'covered persons'.

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No, Ms. Wolf, we are not "... sleepwalking into becoming a police state"; between that unholy legislative trinity of the Patriot Act, the Homeland Security Act, and this NDAA, The United States of America is already a police state.

People with skills and kids, (and I know I sound like a scratched CD on this) please get out of this country while you still can.

Mar 24 07:17

5 Dick Moves Your Bank Pulls (You Won't Believe Are Legal)

Some institutions get more hate than they deserve. Most lawyers and police officers are just doing their jobs, and most businesses really are simply trying to make a profit. But banks ... well, banks make it really hard to defend them. They are the middleman in every transaction (you simply can't function in modern society keeping your cash in a coffee can buried in your yard), and goddamn do they exploit their position in the shadiest ways imaginable. Let's take a moment to examine some of the perfectly legal ways these guys screw us on a daily basis:

Mar 24 06:59

Ukraine fiasco marks end of the EU’s imperial dream

The EU, dedicated to eliminating national identity, has finally run up against the rock of a national interest that will not give way

Mar 24 06:24

A Series of Hurdles, Followed by a Cliff

Of course, most readers will know that the US is the only country in the world that taxes its people based upon citizenship rather than upon residence—that Americans have a tax obligation to their country even if they do not live there.

For years, we have been projecting that, as the US and the EU approach their respective economic Waterloos, they will impose increasing controls on their people—laws that will serve to pen in the sheep as much as possible, so that when the odiferous effluvium really does hit the fan, the average citizen will find that the gate has been shut and his ability to internationalise has become, at best, extremely difficult, and maybe impossible.

Mar 23 10:51


The so-called "clash of civilizations" we read about on the corporate media is really a war between banking systems, with the private central bankers forcing themselves onto the rest of the world, no matter how many millions must die for it. Indeed the constant hatemongering against Muslims lies in a simple fact. Like the ancient Christians (prior to the Knights Templars private banking system) , Muslims forbid usury, or the lending of money at interest. And that is the reason our government and media insist they must be killed or converted. They refuse to submit to currencies issued at interest. They refuse to be debt slaves.

So off to war your children must go, to spill their blood for the money-junkies' gold. We barely survived the last two world wars. In the nuclear/bioweapon age, are the private central bankers willing to risk incinerating the whole planet just to feed their greed?

Apparently so.

This brings us to the current situation in the Ukraine.

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As the newly installed government in Kiev carves up the Ukraine to hand to the western bankers, I figured it was time for a repost.

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Mar 23 10:10

Farming in America: 'There's a growing discontent'

Farmers want government out of agriculture.

Mar 23 09:58

"QE Was A Massive Gift Intended To Boost Wealth", Fed President Admits

With Bernanke gone, the remaining Fed members knowing full well they will be crucified, metaphorically of course (if not literally) when it all inevitably comes crashing down, are finally at liberty with their words... and the truth is bleeding out courtesy of the president of the Dallas Fed, via Bloomberg.

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When Wall Street's mortgage-backed securities fraud collapsed in 2008, the US Government's "solution" was to take trillions away from the American people and pour it all over the Wall Streets crooks who created the mess in the first place. Needless to say, this fits the classic definition of fascism.

Now, imagine if the US Government had instead moved the money the other direction, away from the Wall Street crooks (as punishment for their crimes) and sent it back to the American people, nobody would have missed a mortgager payment; there would not be a real-estate crisis. Everyone would be current on their credit cards, and there would not be a credit crunch. Everyone would have gone to the shopping mall every Christmas and bought lots of goodies, so there would not have been a retail and employment crisis. This policy of "rob the poor to give to the rich" was exactly the wrong thing to do, but DC did it anyway in their obedience to the money-junkies.

Mar 23 09:22

"Do What You Gotta Do": Cop Shows Bolster Idea That Police Violence Works

Within a minute and a half of the first episode, the show has summed up its central message: Police violence works. This is relayed again and again throughout the series: When a cop with a chain-wrapped fist savagely beats a Spanish-speaking suspect demanding an attorney until he relinquishes a tip; when officers debase the idea of policing without intent to arrest; when cops round up black non-criminals and deliver them to precinct torture chambers. In every episode, these methods achieve the desired ends. The message: Police violence works.

Mar 23 09:18

Crime’s Down, So Why is Police Aggression Increasing?

You might not know it from watching TV news, but FBI statistics show that crime in the U.S.—including violent crime—has been trending steadily downward for years, falling 19% between 1987 and 2011. The job of being a police officer has become safer too, as the number of police killed by gunfire plunged to 33 last year, down 50% from 2012, to its lowest level since, wait for it,1887, a time when the population was 75% lower than it is today.

So why are we seeing an ever increasing militarization of policing across the country?

Mar 23 09:16

Maine State Police chief travels to Israel for anti-terrorism training

The way law enforcement agencies in Israel work together to deal with threats is a model the United States can learn from, the chief of the Maine State Police said after returning from a weeklong training trip to the Middle East nation....

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"The only good Palestinian American, is a dead Palestinian American!"

Mar 23 09:14

(Israeli trained) Police State in America

A friend of mine took the following pictures and the picture above in Anaheim, California. Unbelievable images... indeed, who are the good guys anymore?

Mar 23 09:13

Jinsa-Another Zionist organiztion training US law enforcement

JINSA, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs is just another Zionist organization "training" US law enforcement officials to enforce a Jewish police state on American citizens just like the Israelis do the Palestinian people.

Imagine the brainwashing that must go on while America's law enforcement heads are in Israel learing about "the terrorists"

Mar 23 09:13

Top Law Enforcement Officials Return from Israel

n June, the Law Enforcement Exchange Program brought 14 top level American police chiefs, sheriffs, and senior federal agents to Israel for a week-long program designed to strengthen American law enforcement counterterrorism practices by facilitating dialogue with and studying techniques used by their Israeli counterparts. The knowledge gained on this program will help their departments keep citizens safer and ensure that American communities are better prepared to deal with the realities of terrorism.

Mar 23 09:12

Israel’s export of occupation police tactics

Israel’s specialized policing and fighting capacity, which it is currently exporting to other countries, including the US, began to take shape after the June 1967 Arab-Israeli war. In the territories it occupied during the conflict, especially the Palestinian West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip, the Israeli government wanted to lay claim, permanently, to specific parts of the occupied area. This desire ran into Zionism’s longest-running problem, the presence of Palestinians. As Zionist leader Ze’ev Jabotinsky wrote in 1923 about indigenous resistance to colonial projects, “The native populations … have always stubbornly resisted the colonists.”

This resistance would have to be suppressed and the population pacified if the occupation of these lands was to be sustainable. Thus began an evolutionary relationship that continues to this day, that of the Palestinian resistance versus Israel’s policy of permanent occupation.

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So, in light of the epidemic of police violence against citizens, the product of this Israeli training, it seems the US is already Israeli-occupied territory!

Mar 23 09:11

Israeli Anti-Terrorism Training School

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"Lesson one: Everyone you meet is a terrorist!"

Mar 23 09:10

Press TV: Tragedy of US police training by Israeli companies

During the Bush administration, Israeli-American dual citizen and Director of Homeland Security Chertoff mandated that American police forces be trained by Israeli groups in crowd control, counter-terrorism and intelligence gathering.

Since that time, shootings of unarmed civilians has gone up 500%, attacks on legal political protests by police have become a scandal and huge stockpiles of ammunition and military heavy weaponry have been distributed to law enforcement groups in every region of America, both local and federally controlled.

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"Our motto is to treat the law-abiding US citizen the same way we treat the Palestinians, because so far that's worked out pretty well." -- Nodding Yahoo

Mar 23 09:08

Israel trains US law-enforcement in counter-terrorism

A delegation of law-enforcement executives from California and Washington state has come to Israel to receive training in counter-terrorism methods from Israeli experts.

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Jaywalking? Shoot first and ask questions later.

Littering? Shoot first and ask questions later.

Parking in a no-parking zone? Shoot first and ask questions later.

Taking pictures of police (or anything else)? Shoot first and ask questions later.

Allowing their shadow to touch a police officer? Shoot first and ask questions later.

Questioning US financial support for Israel? Shoot first and ask questions later.

Mar 23 08:45

Obamacare brings big fees for drugs: ‘Where’s the affordable with this one?’

Mason is one of the many Americans with serious illnesses — including cancer, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis — who are indeed finding relatively low monthly premiums under President Obama’s law. But some have been shocked at how much their prescriptions are costing as insurers are sorting drug prices into a complex tier system and in some cases charging co-insurance rates as high as 50 percent. That can leave patients on the hook for thousands.

Mar 23 08:11

Clashes as Spanish anti-austerity rally draws to close

The "March for Dignity" rally was held with the slogan "Bread, work and a roof for each and everyone," in opposition to cuts introduced by the ruling center-right People's Party.

"They are causing suffering, poverty, hunger and even deaths, and all so that banks and the economic powers can hold onto their great benefits at the expense of our lives," read one statement from the protesters.

As the speech took place, a group of protesters was reported to have tried to break through police barriers to gain access to the headquarters of the party. Riot police were said to have charged the protesters, who then threw bottles and other objects.

Police said that six officers were injured and 12 people arrested.

Mar 23 08:03

US wars continuation of Indian genocide – Prof Kevin Barrett

The differences between Christianity, Islam and Judaism are things few talk about or understand but ones which Professor Kevin Barrett was kind enough to partially explain in part 3 of an interview with the Voice of Russia. Dr. Barrett also said that neocon Zionists and the likes of Zbignew Brzezinski do not represent the American people. Dr. Barrett says the US is overthrowing democracies all over the world including in Egypt, Thailand, Venezuela and now in Ukraine. All of these places have/had constitutional democratically elected governments and fairer elections than the US with its programmed Diebold voting machines.

Mar 22 08:44

Administration Plays to Young in Health Push

From January until the end of March, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which runs the HealthCare.gov site and administers the Affordable Care Act, will have spent $52 million on paid media, officials said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Most young people rarely need health insurance. Under Obamacare, the insurance is costly and has deductibles so high that even if you purchase a policy you are not likely to receive any benefit from it at all. No matter how much advertising you do, young people understand it is simply a bad deal for them, especially as they struggle to pay their student loans with minimum-wage jobs.

Mar 22 07:59

Oklahoma Cop Shoots, Kills Family Dog, Says it Was ‘Awesome’

“Did you see her collar fly off when I shot her? That was awesome,” Brown claims Woolly bragged to the responding animal control officer, who supposedly replied, “We’ll just write in the report that it tried to attack you and others in the neighborhood.”

Sgt. Woolly has a checkered past with the department. Woolly’s name last year appeared in a complaint lodged by one of his fellow officers, who claimed he suffered “intentional infliction of emotional distress,” among other trauma, at the hands of the department.

Last year, Woolly was also specifically named in a complaint by an Ardmore citizen accusing him of multiple violations, including conducting a warrantless entry and search of the citizen’s home.

“Fuck you bitch! What do you think about this? I hope you enjoy jail bitch. I’ve finally got you on something and you’re going back to prison,” Woolly is reported to have told the person.

Mar 22 07:46

WTF?? Canadian Prime Minister and Australian Prime Minister, Same Speech on Iraq

Mar 22 07:24

Autopsy shows Clinton man was shot by deputies seven times, then handcuffed

Mah-hi-vist Goodblanket, 18, had gunshot wounds on his head, chest, abdomen and right arm, according to a report by the office of the chief medical examiner. All the bullets recovered were similar .45-caliber hollow-point. His death was ruled a homicide.

Custer County District Attorney Dennis Smith said his office will announce its decision on whether the shooting was justified in a week to 10 days.

Goodblanket was handcuffed at the time of the autopsy. Custer County Sheriff Bruce Peoples said even though Goodblanket had been shot, it was necessary and consistent with law enforcement procedure to place handcuffs on him to secure the scene.

“You always handcuff a suspect immediately after an event like that,” he said.

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You handcuff a dead person?!?

Mar 22 07:11

Revelations of N.S.A. Spying Cost U.S. Tech Companies

Microsoft has lost customers, including the government of Brazil.

IBM is spending more than a billion dollars to build data centers overseas to reassure foreign customers that their information is safe from prying eyes in the United States government.

And tech companies abroad, from Europe to South America, say they are gaining customers that are shunning United States providers, suspicious because of the revelations by Edward J. Snowden that tied these providers to the National Security Agency’s vast surveillance program.

Even as Washington grapples with the diplomatic and political fallout of Mr. Snowden’s leaks, the more urgent issue, companies and analysts say, is economic.

Mar 21 11:31

DOJ To Clear FBI Agent In Shooting Of Man Tied To Boston Marathon Bombing Suspects

A Florida prosecutor and an internal FBI investigation have cleared an unnamed FBI agent in the shooting of a 27-year-old man connected to the brothers accused of the Boston Marathon bombing, a law enforcement official confirmed to The Huffington Post. A separate inquiry by the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division is expected to follow suit, the official said.

Mar 21 10:06

A North Carolina Democrat Woman Asks How Many Women Get Prostate Cancer

At a North Carolina Democrat Obamacare meeting..A typical uneducated Democrat woman was concerned about how many women get prostate cancer, and if the Obamacare unaffordable care act would cover every stage of a woman's prostate cancer..even if it was a pre-existing condition.

Mar 21 09:46

Autopsy shows Texas cop fired fatal shot from close range into sarcastic student’s back

A Texas college student likely died from a gunshot wound to his back after making a sarcastic remark to the campus police officer who killed him.

Autopsy results show 23-year-old Cameron Redus was shot five times at close range by Cpl. Christopher Carter, a University of Incarnate Word police officer, during an early morning Dec. 6 traffic stop near the San Antonio campus.

While the locations of the five shots had been previously known, autopsy results released Thursday to the TV news station revealed new details.

“We are stunned to learn that Cameron was shot in the back from very close range,” the student’s family said in a statement. “The report also shows that the shot to his eye was delivered at a downward angle, again from very close range. That knowledge coupled with information from the earlier police report indicating that Cameron died on his back with his legs underneath him has left us heartbroken and shaken to the core.”

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Apparently, this is how Texas cops interpret the phrase "to protect and serve" these days: shooting students in the back for a sarcastic remark, when they have done, nor threatened, harm.

Mar 21 09:42

As Wells Fargo is Accused of Fabricating Foreclosure Papers, Will Banks Keep Escaping Prosecution?

A new internal report says the Justice Department massively overstated its successes in targeting mortgage fraud while in fact ranking it as a low priority for investigation. The Justice Department’s inspector general says despite playing a central role in the nation’s financial crisis, mortgage fraud was deemed either a low priority or not a priority at all. This comes as a recently revealed internal Wells Fargo document appears to guide lawyers step by step on how to fabricate missing documents to foreclose on homeowners. Wells Fargo is the country’s largest mortgage servicer and services some nine million home loans.

Mar 21 08:28


Twitter went dark in Turkey, just hours after Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to “wipe out” the social network which, along with others, was highlighting corruption allegations against his inner circle.

Mar 21 08:25

The Cold War that Threatens Democracy

This new Cold War is not about communism taking over the world. It is more about returning to 19th century balance of power interests, borrowing the phrase John Kerry has used against Putin. It is about dividing up the spoils of the first Cold War among the triumphal capitalist democracies, as if Russia is defeated and short-lived. Pushing Western capitalism and NATO towards Russia was sure to touch off the current escalation, and worse may come.

Mar 21 07:50

Navy database tracks civilians' parking tickets, fender-benders, raising fears of domestic spying

A parking ticket, traffic citation or involvement in a minor fender-bender are enough to get a person's name and other personal information logged into a massive, obscure federal database run by the U.S. military.

The Law Enforcement Information Exchange, or LinX, has already amassed 506.3 million law enforcement records ranging from criminal histories and arrest reports to field information cards filled out by cops on the beat even when no crime has occurred.

Mar 21 07:15

Is the NSA manipulating the stock market?

Trevor Timm of the Electronic Freedom Frontier dug up a very interesting nugget. It was embedded in the heralded December 2013 White House task force report on spying and snooping.

Under Recommendations, #31, section 2, he found this:

“Governments should not use their offensive cyber capabilities to change the amounts held in financial accounts or otherwise manipulate financial systems.”

Timm quite rightly wondered: why were these warnings in the report?

Mar 21 07:11

Computer Scientist Randolph Jack Solo announced release of new encryption software

Mathematician and Computer Scientist, Randolph Jack Solo, announced today the worldwide release of new encryption software designed to combat what he recognizes as “The Threat of the New Nazis–America!” Now living in Italy, Mr. Solo reveals how the American Government is spying on its own citizens and free people living in all foreign countries, and how personal privacy has become impossible in this modern world, filled with computer surveillance machines. Mr. Solo states “what America is doing is far worse than Hitler and the Secret SS Police” arguing that Hitler would have marveled at the technology the Americans are now using against their own people and the people of the world.

Mar 21 06:44

New report reveals how ‘American neocons’ stage attacks against alternative media

The recent on-air resignation by former RT news anchor Liz Wahl was just the latest stunt orchestrated by a neo-conservative think tank, according to a new investigative report shedding light on the group’s role in an ongoing Cold War revival campaign.

An extensive account of the days and minutes leading up to Wahl’s remarks and public denunciation of “propaganda” tactics during her news segment on March 5 by authors Max Blumenthal and Rania Khalek via truthdig has revealed connections with the little known neoconservative think-tank Foreign Policy Initiative.

Mar 20 10:28

Site Cleared Of Homes By Eminent Domain Remains Empty Eight Years Later

It has been a little over eight years since the U.S. Supreme Court decided that homeowners in New London, Conn., had no property rights. In 2005 residents in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood of New London were told they had to abandon their homes so the city’s government could demolish them and hand the property over to developers to build hotels, health clubs and new condominiums.

In 2005, the pharmaceutical company, Pfizer, wanted the city to clear the land because the company had recently built a new research facility in New London. Stating that they didn’t want the new facility in a blighted neighborhood they asked the city to raze the homes on the waterfront of the Thames River so new amenities could be built. Believing that such a move would be good for economic development, city officials agreed.

“Pfizer wants a nice place to operate,” one Pfizer executive said at the time. “We don’t want to be surrounded by tenements.”

Mar 20 10:21

Official: Taos Ski Valley raid not result of ticket quota

Some in Taos are livid after they say Forest Service Officers showed up to the Ski Valley wearing SWAT gear and began searching cars and handing out citations.

“I could not be more upset about this,” said former Gov. Gary Johnson, who is also a resident of Taos. “I could not be more upset. Somebody needs to lose their job.”

The act is called a Saturation Patrol, and it was performed recently at Taos Ski Valley by four National Forest Police officers and a drug-sniffing dog. The quartet began citing people for possessing marijuana, driving recklessly and having cracked windshields.

“This is a total waste of taxpayer dollars,” said Johnson. “We're U.S. taxpayers. We own the forest service. Why are we subject to this? Why? I want to know.”

Mar 20 09:16

Nancy Pelosi: When Legislators Take on the CIA, 'They Come After You'

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's remarks in support of fellow legislator Dianne Feinstein, who is embroiled in a dispute with the CIA, ought to be the sort of thing that alarms everyone. After all, another powerful member of Congress claims that the spy agency she is charged with overseeing illegitimately resists checks on its autonomy.

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So, who is really running the country?

Mar 20 07:20

Man arrested for drinking iced tea could get probation, community service

A man drinking canned iced tea in a parking lot was accosted by a plainclothes beverage cop who demanded to inspect his drink. He was placed in handcuffs and arrested. Even though the man was innocent and was only drinking tea, prosecutors are still trying to set him up with probation and community service.

Mar 20 07:12

FBI Bust Another Handcrafted 'Terrorist' For The Crime Of Thinking About Supporting A Terrorist Organization

The FBI's string of thwarted, self-created terrorist plots continues unabated. Why look for terrorists when you can just craft them yourselves? Digital Fourth has the rundown on the latest "coup" by the agency.

The news this morning is full of the arrest of yet another American on charges of “attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.” Nobody’s suggesting that 20-year-old National Guardsman Nicholas Teausant of Acampo, CA is a terrorist, or that he provided any help whatsoever to terrorists, or that he was in contact, ever, with any actual terrorists. But, the media breathlessly report, he’s still facing charges that can put him in jail through to the 2030s.

Mar 20 07:11

‘Most transparent’ White House ever rewrote the FOIA to suppress politically sensitive docs

It’s Sunshine Week, so perhaps some enterprising White House reporter will ask press secretary Jay Carney why President Obama rewrote the Freedom of Information Act without telling the rest of America.

The rewrite came in an April 15, 2009, memo from then-White House Counsel Greg Craig instructing the executive branch to let White House officials review any documents sought by FOIA requestors that involved “White House equities.”

That phrase is nowhere to be found in the FOIA, yet the Obama White House effectively amended the law to create a new exception to justify keeping public documents locked away from the public.

Mar 20 06:47

Busted! – U.S. Tech Giants Knew Of NSA Spying Says Agency's Senior Lawyer

This is why I’ve been so confused and frustrated by the repeated reports of the behavior of the US government. When our engineers work tirelessly to improve security, we imagine we’re protecting you against criminals, not our own government.

The US government should be the champion for the internet, not a threat. They need to be much more transparent about what they’re doing, or otherwise people will believe the worst.

Mar 19 12:45

Fatal Encounters

A step toward creating an impartial, comprehensive and searchable national database of people killed during interactions with law enforcement.

Mar 19 12:05

EDITORIAL: The criminal ‘link’ of forwarding websites

The genius of the Internet is that it seamlessly links from one item to another. The online “community” is without end; there’s always something else to click on.

A federal prosecutor in Texas wants to change that by making it a crime to link to things the government doesn’t want anybody to see.

Mar 19 11:45

Jesse Ventura: We Can Send $1 Billion to Ukraine, But We Can’t Pay for Veterans’ Benefits?

Jesse Ventura, host of “Off the Grid” on Ora.tv, makes a good case for American outrage. While Iraq & Afghanistan vets still wait for benefits, Congress writes checks for foreign aid around the world.

Mar 19 10:48

Breaking: Police Seize Independent Politician`s Computers

In ongoing developments in South Australia, not Libya or Iran as readers may be forgiven for thinking, the independent politician Mark Aldridge of the Australian Alliance today had his computers taken away from his home by South Australia's Police (SAPOL).

This comes hours after an ongoing court case brought by the police against a lawyer involved in legal reform efforts today mentioned in court Aldridge's blog as having an article "aiming to influence the jury" in the case.

Aldridge today asked his wife to pull down the article on a temporary basis while seeking clarification of the situation. This has not prevented the police from apparently raiding his house and removing his computers and mobile phone.

Mar 19 10:32

Wealth Transfer Schemes

Wall Street and its Washington cronies would like you to believe that the ongoing financial crisis is based on nothing more than bad judgment calls by otherwise well-meaning Wall Street titans. Don’t believe it. The following articles explore the trail of corruption.

Mar 19 10:29

Federal judge blasts ATF stings

A federal judge in Los Angeles blasted ATF for sting operations that he said unfairly enlist people in a "made-up crime" by offering them a huge payday for robbing a non-existent drug stash house.

Mar 19 08:50

Billionaires ... First They Came for the Economy

First the oligarchs came for our economy, and we said nothing.

Then they came for our government, and again, we said nothing.

Now, they've come for science, and we're not saying a word.

Thanks to Republican-backed austerity measures, our nation's scientific infrastructure has been hit with devastating budget cuts.

All across America, research labs are shutting their doors, scientists are joining unemployment lines, and potentially life-saving drug trials and research projects are being put on hiatus.

But have no fear, because the billionaire oligarchs are here.

Mar 19 08:23

Ukrainian ultras beat TV channel chief into resignation

The CEO of Ukraine’s National Television Company (NTU) has been violently assaulted in his own office by a group of far-right radicals claiming to act on behalf of the country’s freedom of speech and information committee who forced him to sign a letter of resignation for alleged pro-Russian propaganda.

Mar 19 07:44

Countries with more freedom of the press than the U.S.

It’s no surprise that countries like Norway or Switzerland rank high when it comes to freedom of the press. We frequently discuss these countries as being great places for personal and data privacy. Many European countries, despite their economic issues, have greater freedom of speech than the United States.

Each year, Reporters Without Borders ranks each country based on their level of press freedom. In 2013, Finland retained its top ranking as the country with the highest level of press freedom. The United States ranked 32nd. Turkmenistan, North Korea and Eritrea tied for last, thanks to reporter prison populations (of course, Eritrea shares an important distinction with The Land of the Free).

Mar 19 07:39

Obama White House Quietly Amended Rules Regarding the Freedom of Information Act

In a move that went little noticed in 2009, the White House quietly amended portions of the Freedom of Information Act, making it more difficult for Americans to request public documents for review.

President Barack Obama boards Marine One helicopter after a visit to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., Monday, March 17, 2014. (AP)

The FOIA change came in an April 15, 2009, memo from then-White House Counsel Greg Craig, according to the Washington Examiner, citing a new report from Washington-based watchdog group Cause of Action.

In the memo, Craig instructed the executive branch to let Obama administration officials review all documents sought under FOIA requests to determine if said documents involved “White House equities.”

Mar 19 07:38

New York Police Won’t Release Freedom of Information Handbook, Claiming It’s Not Covered by Freedom of Information Law

The New York Police Department (NYPD) is keeping secret its manual that instructs officials how to process freedom of information requests, claiming the materials are not covered under the state’s Freedom of Information Law (FOIL).

Mar 18 13:05

Congresswoman: Obama admin rule change lets insurance companies keep more profits, pay less for care

Republican Tennessee Rep. Diane Black says that the Obama administration’s most recent Obamacare rule change will result in insurance companies keeping more profits while paying less for customers’ health care needs.

“I am writing to express my concern with the proposed rule change released on Friday, March 14th that would allow insurance companies to keep an additional two percent of premiums for purposes other than medical care…your department is now proposing to increase the amount of money that insurance companies will be allowed to retain for profit,” Black wrote in a letter Tuesday to Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, which was obtained by The Daily Caller.

Mar 18 12:46

Pastor Diagnosed With Cancer: 'No Compassion in the Affordable Care Act'

"Back in January, Pastor Angran was diagnosed with stage three cancer of the esophagus. He had insurance, but because of a previous heart condition, it did not cover the treatments he needed for his cancer. He found that out just minutes before receiving life-saving chemo," says the local reporter.

The pastor says, "One of the workers came and said let me talk to you. And so I went to talk to her. She says that we found out that your insurance does not include chemo."

"Over the past two months, the Angrans have emptied their savings account and racked up $50,000 in debt. They signed up for the Affordable Care Act," says the local reporter, "but found it to be anything but affordable. It will cost the couple more than $800 per month, money they just don't have."

Mar 18 12:45

Snowden: “Is It Really Terrorism That We’re Stopping? I Say No. The Bottom Line Is That Terrorism … Has Always Been a Cover For Actions”

Edward Snowden previously said about mass surveillance by the NSA:

These programs were never about terrorism: they’re about economic spying, social control, and diplomatic manipulation. They’re about power.

Mar 18 10:12

Martial Law Cannot Be Far Away Now! Massive Car To Car Warrantless Search In DC Region

The ‘Police State’ in America officially exploded into the DC Capitol Region as hundreds of cars were stopped in a massive roadblock and a warrantless car to car search ensued for alleged bank robbers and drivers were met by the likes of what we see below.

Mar 18 09:47

Police brutality video violates YOuTube "terms of service"

can't find any more information on this, but apparently it happened very recently.

that kid is no angel, but that pig obviously broke his arm on purpose.

Mar 18 09:39

Ben Swann: Insurance Companies Will Receive $5.5 Billion in Bailouts in 2015

Insurance companies such as WellPoint and Humana will receive $5.5 billion in bailouts in 2015 to help cover the losses they claim they will face because of Obamacare.

Mar 18 08:55

White House now touting Obamacare with twerking, cat gifs

The newest Obamacare promotion has the official White House website imitating a March Madness-style bracket featuring gifs of twerking girls, cats and “YOLO” to convince coveted young millennials to sign up.

While President Obama’s campaigns were noted for their successful youth outreach, he has been unable to attract young people to sign up for insurance under Obamacare so far. Last week, Obama tried to up youth exchange enrollment with an appearance on “Between Two Ferns” with the often foul-mouthed star Zack Galifianakis.

Now the White House has moved onto gifs with “The 16 Sweetest Reasons to Get Covered.”

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Just when you think it can't get any sillier!

Mar 18 08:38

News Corp. Paper Hacked Phones on Industrial Scale, Goodman Says

News Corp. (NWSA)’s News of the World tabloid hacked phones on an “industrial scale,” according to a former reporter who was sent to prison for the crime in 2007.

Clive Goodman, the News of the World’s former royal reporter, told a London court today that he discussed monitoring mobile phones with his editor, Andy Coulson, as far back as 2005. Goodman said he showed a transcript of a voice mail left by Prince Harry on a royal aide’s phone to Coulson.

Goodman and Coulson are among seven people standing trial on charges related to phone hacking and bribing public officials at the New York-based company’s U.K. newspapers. Goodman, 56, is one of two people who pleaded guilty to hacking phones in 2006 when the allegations first emerged at News Corp.

Mar 18 06:42

Coalition Wages Legal Challenge to Idaho's 'Ag-Gag' Law

'The Idaho law is deeply distressing because it is aimed entirely at protecting an industry, especially in its worst practices that endanger people, at the expense of freedom of speech.'

Mar 17 13:32

UK Government Wants "Unsavory" Web Content To Be Removed

An anonymous reader writes "The UK minister for immigration and security, James Brokenshire has called for the government to do more to deal with 'unsavoury', rather than illegal, material online. 'Terrorist propaganda online has a direct impact on the radicalisation of individuals and we work closely with the internet industry to remove terrorist material hosted in the UK or overseas,' Brokenshire told Wired.co.uk in a statement."

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Unsavory? MOI?!?

Mar 17 11:46

Head of Press TV London Detained By MI5 British Intelligence

According to Press TV, Mehdi Mirtaleb (photo, above), the Iranian owner of a London-based television production company was taken into custody over the weekend. Judging by the lack of any information or additional media coverage of the incident, it is unknown whether or not he is still in custody.

Mar 17 09:39

Israel's War on American Universities

“To prohibit students from holding leadership roles and student groups simply because they engaged in a peaceful political protest is antithetical to the university’s mission to educate students,” he said. “It erases any pedagogical value disciplinary process might seek.”

“In the last year,” Geller went on, “I have received death threats, been publicly and unfairly maligned, and have been threatened with disciplinary measures. This has made engaging in speech about an issue about which I care deeply, both as a Jew and an American, a fear- and anxiety-causing prospect.”

Israel’s heavy-handed reaction to these campus organizations is symptomatic of its increasing isolation and concern about waning American support.

Mar 17 09:15

Officers' body cameras raise privacy concerns

Officers at thousands of law enforcement agencies are wearing tiny cameras to record their interactions with the public, but in many cases the devices are being rolled out faster than departments are able to create policies to govern their use.

And some rank-and-file officers are worried the technology might ultimately be used to derail their careers if, for example, an errant comment about a superior is captured on tape.

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Now you know how we feel about the cameras directed at US!

Mar 17 08:31

Obama’s Opaque Sense Of Transparency: AP Report Documents Obama Administration’s Record Secrecy and Denial Of Access To Documents

Remember that politician around 8 years ago who promised the most transparent Administration ever? Well, long ago, President Obama distinguished himself by withholding documents, pictures, and documents from the public and Congress. This includes the withholding of photos for the simple reason that they will embarrass the government or be used by critics like the pictures of Osama Bin Laden. (In the case of Bin Laden, it appears that the account glamorized in movies like Zero Dark Thirty may not be true and that U.S. forces allegedly riddled the body of Bin Laden with countless bullets, according to a new report). However, the Administration has gone well beyond the simply embarrassing. It has defied Congress in refusing to turn over documents to oversight committees, prompting a vote to demand that Attorney General Eric Holder be prosecuted for obstruction. (The Administration then prevented prosecutors from acting on the charge).

Mar 17 08:11

25 Fast Facts About The Federal Reserve – Please Share With Everyone You Know

#1 The greatest period of economic growth in U.S. history was when there was no central bank.

#2 The United States never had a persistent, ongoing problem with inflation until the Federal Reserve was created. In the century before the Federal Reserve was created, the average annual rate of inflation was about half a percent. In the century since the Federal Reserve was created, the average annual rate of inflation has been about 3.5 percent, and it would be even higher than that if the inflation numbers were not being so grossly manipulated.

#3 Even using the official numbers, the value of the U.S. dollar has declined by more than 95 percent since the Federal Reserve was created nearly 100 years ago.

Mar 17 08:11

Against Ukraine War? Obama May Seize Your Assets

Do you, like 56 percent of the US population, believe that the US should “not get too involved” in the Ukraine situation? Do you think that the US administration putting us on a war footing with Russia is a bad idea? Are you concerned that the new, US-backed leaders of Ukraine — not being elected — might lack democratic legitimacy? Are you tempted to speak out against US policy in Ukraine; are you tempted to criticize the new Ukrainian regime?

Be careful what you say. Be careful what you write. President Obama has just given himself the authority to seize your assets.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Under the First Amendment, We The People have a right to speak our disapproval of US Government policy. Obama's Executive Order is not only exceeding his lawful authority, it is a crime against the Constitution, justifying his removal from office!

Mar 17 08:02

TIGTA: The IRS Does Not Follow the Law in 48% of Taxpayer Bankruptcy Cases

Impact on Taxpayers
The bankruptcy automatic stay provision prohibits the IRS from taking certain collection actions against a debtor (taxpayer) as soon as it learns, or is notified by a U.S. bankruptcy court, that a bankruptcy petition has been filed. Similarly, the debtor may be granted a discharge, which remains after the case is closed and is a permanent injunction order prohibiting the IRS from taking any form of collection action against the debtor personally with respect to discharged debts. If the IRS does not observe the automatic stay or the discharge injunction, taxpayers’ rights could potentially be violated and the IRS could be sued for damages.

Why TIGTA Did the Audit