Guess Who’s Violating the Syria Ceasefire?

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute February 28, 2016   Guess Who’s Violating the Syria Ceasefire?     …the Turks, of course. According to Qadri Jamil, one of the leaders of the opposition Syrian Popular Front for Change and Liberation, the temporary ceasefire in Syria is for the most part holding. But the main violator of the agreement […]

Guess Who's Violating the Syria Ceasefire?

US, UK, Kiev in Violation of Minsk Agreement?

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute February 25, 2015   US, UK, Kiev in Violation of Minsk Agreement?     Since the Minsk II Agreement went into effect earlier this month, there have been many claims and counter-claims that both the Kiev government and the separatists in east Ukraine have violated the terms of the […]

These States Have More Registered Voters Than Eligible Adults

  Source: By Nick Sorrentino These States Have More Registered Voters Than Eligible Adults     Now I wonder why that would be allowed to happen?   I know that it’s a common talking point among some to argue that voter fraud is not pervasive. Anyone who has lived in New Orleans, West Virginia, […]

2nd Amendment And The Kool-Aid Drinkers

2nd Amendment And The Kool-Aid Drinkers 1

Source: By Paul Howe I have quietly watched and evaluated the in pouring of e-mails reference the liberal’s intent to seize guns and crush the second amendment.  I want to add a few of my own thoughts on this issue as I have worked in and around all the people who could be tasked […]

Pentagon prepares military operation in Mali

Source: It’s only December, but it looks like the Pentagon has all planned out how they’ll spend a good part of 2013. US officials now claim that the Defense Department is busy preparing a military operation in the nation of Mali. United States officials with knowledge of the matter tell the Washington Post that […]

♪♫Aimee Allen, New Band, New Song♫♪♫

Source: Submitted by ACinMA Via Aimee Allen’s facebook: We leaked a song from our album today called ‘LIBERTY’ if you haven’t checked it out yet, we would be stoked if you took a listen! For those of you who did listen, THANK YOU!! We appreciate each and every listen and every ‘Like’ to […]

NDAA 2013: Let’s Identify The Traitors to The US Constitution 3

Source: By Eric Blair Activist Post By now anyone who pays attention to politics knows that the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012 contained a provision that allows for the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens without charge or trial. Section 1021 of the 2012 NDAA states that anyone suspected of being involved in […]

Senate panel: DHS fusion centers produce ‘predominantly useless information’ and ‘a bunch of crap’

Source: By Madison Ruppert Editor of End the Lie A newly released report from the Senate’s bipartisan Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations reveals that the claims of Janet Napolitano, the Secretary of the behemoth Department of Homeland Security (DHS), surrounding the United States’ so-called fusion centers are nothing short of outright lies.This is far from […]

Judge Andrew Napolitano on The Jerry Doyle Show – Growing Government Intrusion

Source: By Judge Andrew Napolitano | Judge Napolitano, a former judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, is the senior judicial analyst at Fox News Channel. He is author of It Is Dangerous to Be Right When the Government Is Wrong and Lies the Government Told You and others.   Judge Napolitano talks […]

New Examples of Facebook Password Demands, Facebook’s Response, and the Need for a New Law

Source: By Ateqah Khaki Today Facebook weighed in on the recently reported problem of employers demanding job applicants to share their username and passwords during the application process. In a note on their Facebook and privacy page, Chief Privacy Officer (Policy) Erin Egan wrote: We don’t think employers should be asking prospective employees to […]

HouseSpeaker Gingrich ordered 2pay $300,000 for ethics violation 8

Source: House Reprimands, Penalizes Speaker By John E. Yang Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, January 22 1997; Page A01 The House voted overwhelmingly yesterday to reprimand House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) and order him to pay an unprecedented $300,000 penalty, the first time in the House’s 208-year history it has disciplined a speaker for […]