Divided We Stand: NDAA 2012

Posted: April 10, 2012 in Fraud, Politics
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By: Johnathan Douglas
Nov 27, 2011

The Voice of Reason: I don’t think the executive branch should be perjuring themselves and war profiteering or murdering without due process of the law …  “Innocent until PROVEN Guilty beyond all REASONABLE doubt!” 

Congress: You know what? … WE should IMMEDIATELY Draft legislation that makes it … “Still illegal” (High fives and lol’s) …

Maybe after the next election?

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By Adam Taylor

The revised version of Popular Mechanics’ book Debunking 9/11 Myths continues to defend myths that are scientifically impossible!

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  A ground-breaking Russian nuclear space-travel propulsion system will be ready by 2017 and will power a ship capable of long-haul interplanetary missions by 2025, giving Russia a head start in the outer-space race. 

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By: Johnathan Douglas
March 19, 2012

The implications of Obama’s latest sneak attack … ahem, I mean, executive order signed Friday night while most people were getting ready to party are simply stunning … It is a declaration of absolute war-powers for the president during peacetime whether there is a state of emergency or not (indefinitely) … Where do I start with this?

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By: Sibel Edmonds
Saturday, 7. April 2012

CIA Whistleblower Kiriakou Indicted for Exposing Waterboarding Practices. No one can accuse Barack Obama of not tackling our government’s still-continuing torture practices. No sir. The man has made it clear – he is going to hunt, prosecute and cage those involved … in exposing them.

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The TSA Is Not Above The Law!

Posted: April 10, 2012 in Politics

by: Ron Paul

The requirement that we Americans be forced to undergo appalling treatment simply for the “privilege” of traveling in our own country reveals much about how the federal government feels about our liberties. The unfortunate fact that we put up with this does not speak well for our willingness to stand up to an abusive government.

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The special prosecutor investigating the shooting death of unarmed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin on Monday ruled out using a grand jury in the case, meaning her office alone will decide whether to charge shooter George Zimmerman with a crime.

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It is important for the public to understand that reactors that have been operating for decades, such as those at the Fukushima-Dai-Ichi site have generated some of the largest concentrations of radioactivity on the planet.

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By: Tim Kelly
March 29, 2012

The murderous rampage of U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales in Afghanistan has received much deserved media attention. Sgt. Bales’s shooting spree, killing 17 Afghan civilians, was quickly condemned by the Obama administration as a horrible incident and an aberration that was in no way representative of the “exceptional character” of the U.S. military. But how isolated was this latest massacre?

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Andrew Becker
Border and National Security Reporter
Apr 06, 2012

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s watchdog agency is in turmoil amid allegations that its agents in Texas were told to falsify reports ahead of an office inspection last fall, according to an internal e-mail and interviews.

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