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Untangling Justice: The case of Aaron Swartz

By Kathy Gill Commentary: I spent much of Saturday trying to reconcile two very different approaches to justice meted out by the Obama Administration. The first is old (mid-December) news: British bank HSBC launders money for at least a decade and is fined four weeks earnings. I learned about it Friday from The Daily Show. […]


FBI yet again foils their own fake terrorist plot, this time targeting the NY Federal Reserve 2

Source: http://endthelie.com By Madison Ruppert Editor of End the Lie At this point I wish I could laugh at the absurdly obvious nature of the federal government’s involvement in the manufacture of domestic terrorism, but unfortunately it is far too serious a matter. For those who think the most recent case of 21-year-old Bangladeshi national […]


Vote for Liberty in Tennessee, vote Courtney Rogers

Lt. Col. Courtney Rogers On Liberty https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NAJUgZ4w_co#! Candidate for the Tennessee State House of Representatives (45th District), Lt. Col. (Ret) Courtney Rogers speaks at the 2012 Robertson County Reagan Day Dinner on God & Liberty. Lt. Col. Courtney Rogers needs our help to defeat Debra Maggart, the politician who helped defeat all of the legislation […]


U.S. Drone Policy: Standing Near Terrorists Makes You A Terrorist

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com By Radley Balko “It in effect counts all military-age males in a strike zone as combatants, according to several administration officials, unless there is explicit intelligence posthumously proving them innocent,” the Times reports. “Counterterrorism officials insist this approach is one of simple logic: people in an area of known terrorist activity, or found […]


Catholic Priest Removed Over Sex Abuse Allegations is Now a TSA Supervisor

Source: http://theintelhub.com By Madison Ruppert Surprisingly, a local mainstream media outlet in Philadelphia has conducted an investigation uncovering a quite disturbing history behind a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) supervisor named Thomas Harkins. While this isn’t entirely flabbergasting given that an illegal alien worked as a security supervisor at an airport for decades and airport employees […]


The missiles next door: Rooftop London bases to protect Olympics

Source: http://rt.com An aerial view of the Olympic Park in London showing the Olympic Stadium (C) and the Orbit (AFP Photo / London 2012 / Anthony Charlton)   London residents were startled to discover that their housing complex was to be used as a military base to lodge a missile system. The UK Defense Ministry […]


African Union force steps up hunt for Joseph Kony

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk A military force set up by the African Union to hunt down fugitive Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony is being launched in South Sudan. The AU says the 5,000-strong force will exist for as long as it takes to capture or kill Mr Kony. His Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) is accused of rape, mutilation, […]


International push to end Syria crisis stalls

Source: http://xfinity.comcast.net By BEN HUBBARD and ZEINA KARAM, AP BEIRUT — An international push to end Syria’s conflict stalled Sunday as U.N. envoy Kofi Annan left Damascus without a cease-fire and President Bashar Assad’s forces pounded opposition areas and clashed with rebels throughout the country. Western and Arab powers are struggling for ways to stem […]


Sen. Rand Paul Blocked from Flight for Refusing TSA Groping

Source: http://www.thenewamerican.com Written by Alex Newman U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) missed a flight to Washington, D.C., this morning after being detained by screeners with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for refusing a full-body pat-down, his staff said. The incident happened at the Nashville, Tennessee, airport when a so-called “naked-body scanner” found some sort of […]


Federal Government Takes Final Step to Suspend Constitution

http://RTR.org | In what can only be considered a tragic irony, the U.S. Senate passed out of the final conference committee the controversial National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, coinciding with the 220th Anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. Section 1031 of the National Defense Authorization Act otherwise known as the NDAA, […]