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My Top News Stories: April 20, 2012

My Top News Stories: April 20, 2012

Defense Secretary Urged LA Times Not to Publish Photos On April 18th, the LA Times published 2 (of 18) photographs of U.S. soldiers posing with Afghan corpses.  The photographs were provided to the LA Times by a soldier hoping to prevent such security breakdowns in the future, and Editor Davan Maharaj said, “After careful consideration, … Continue reading

My TSA Experience

I have not written an article in a couple weeks because I was visiting with my family.  On the returning trip, I had my first up-close and personal experience with the Transportation Security Administration at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport.  I was intimidated and lied to by multiple TSA workers to such an extent that I … Continue reading

Tyranny Grows and Grows and Grows…

Have you heard of H.R. 347?  Called “The Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011,” it expands laws allowing for the criminal prosecution of someone who “knowingly” enters a “restricted area,” whatever that means.  The language of the bill is so vague that it makes any protesting illegal so long as it is … Continue reading

New World Order: Blueprint of Madmen

Here is Alex Jones’ new documentary! Governments have killed over 260 million people.  That is the number one cause of unnatural death in the 20th and now 21st century… World government is being established as a straitjacket on the planet so that globalists can carry out genocide.  And it’s not fair to call them Nazis.  … Continue reading

My Top News Stories: January 27, 2012

My Top News Stories: January 27, 2012

Debt Ceiling Increase Allowed by Senate In a vote mostly split between party lines, the Senate voted yesterday to allow President Obama to raise the debt ceiling by $1.2 trillion (to above $16 trillion).  Though the House had voted earlier to oppose H.J. Res. 98, a two-thirds majority is necessary to even keep the debt … Continue reading