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Untold Story of the Montana Freemen

October 7, 2011 admin 7

By Pat Shannan With the passing of Leroy Schweitzer last month in Colorado’s super-max federal prison in Florence, questions loom as his family awaits the results of a private autopsy. Over halfway through a 22-year […]

Israel Readies for Iran Attack

October 7, 2011 admin 0

By Keith Johnson – A Sept. 23 report by Newsweek journalist Eli Lake reveals that Barack Obama secretly approved the transfer of 55 high-tech bunkerbusting bombs to Israel during the early days of his administration. […]

Corruption Plagues Obama

October 7, 2011 admin 0

By Victor Thorn – There is a sickness in the White House that leads directly to Chicago’s poisonous political machine. Criminality is such a part of Barack Obama’s business dealings—and those of his cronies—that corruption […]

Kucinich Wants Constitutional Money

October 1, 2011 admin 0

By Mark Anderson – Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) on Sept. 21 introduced the National Emergency Employment Defense Act (NEED), H.R. 2990, which would remove the power of creating money from the privately owned and controlled […]

Citizens Unite to Fight Texas Wildfires

October 1, 2011 admin 0

By Pat Shannan – When business partners Tara Woods and Kenna Stephenson, both young mothers in their 30s, saw smoke rising from burning homes in the hills above their town of Magnolia, Texas, they canceled […]

Military Supports Ron Paul Campaign

October 1, 2011 admin 0

By Mark Anderson While the corporate media keep throwing two gubernatorial bookends—Rick Perry of Texas and Mitt Romney of Massachusetts—in our collective face, as if they are the only Republican presidential candidates to consider worthwhile […]

Palestinians Betrayed—Again

September 30, 2011 admin 0

By Keith Johnson – Any doubt that the Oval Office often acts like a subsidiary of the Israeli government was soundly laid to rest on Sept. 21 when Barack Obama addressed the UN General Assembly […]

INTERVIEW: New Jersey’s Swelling Tent City

September 30, 2011 admin 0

By Victor Thorn Five years ago, ordained minister Steven Brigham established a tent city for the homeless that is located only three-quarters of a mile from downtown Lakewood, New Jersey. Brigham recently sat down with […]

Squatters Beat Bank Foreclosures

September 30, 2011 admin 0

By Pat Shannan – When legal researchers began to say around 2004 that many banks could not foreclose on a home buyer because the bankers no longer held the original notes, federal judges put a […]

A Hare-Raising Tale: Couple Fined $4M

September 30, 2011 admin 0

By Dave Gahary For almost two years, federal officials have been harassing a family in Nixa, Missouri. for selling too many pet rabbits in one year. Their story is a prime example of federal government […]

9-11 Cop Breaks Silence

September 23, 2011 admin 6

By Dave Gahary The New Jersey police officer responsible for capturing five Israelis who filmed and celebrated while the World Trade Center towers burned has broken his silence, agreeing to a September 16 exclusive interview […]

Israel Positions Nuclear Subs Off Iran

September 23, 2011 admin 0

By Keith Johnson – Israel’s submarine fleet is by far the most secretive of its strategic long-range manned arsenals. Unlike the Jewish state’s other seafaring crafts, these submersibles never dock in any ports except their […]

Wall Street Invaded

September 23, 2011 admin 0

By Victor Thorn Beginning on September 17, three organizations—Adbusters, Occupy Wall Street and U.S. Days of Rage-unleashed a campaign to radically disrupt, for two straight months, the heart of America’s financial sector, in New York […]

Secession a Viable Option for Texas

September 23, 2011 admin 0

By Mark Anderson – Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) members say that while the legal processes of nullification and constitutional restoration  have been carefully considered for redressing their grievances about widespread federal power abuses, they believe […]

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