Free Julian Assange!

August 28, 2012 AFP 0

• UK, U.S., Sweden conspire to imprison Wikileaks whistleblower By Victor Thorn For a few tense moments during the week of August 19, British officials threatened to have police storm Ecuador’s embassy in London in […]

Feds Stockpiling Ammo

August 28, 2012 AFP 0

• Is D.C. prepping for widespread unrest? By Victor Thorn Is the federal government, which is tasked with protecting the United States inside the confines of our borders, preparing for a domestic war in the […]

Secessionist Movements Grow Across U.S.

August 28, 2012 AFP 0

By Victor Thorn With dissent higher in this country than it has been in decades, a number of secessionist groups are asking the question: Would certain states or territories be better off if they seceded […]

Prison Industry Stealing U.S. Jobs

August 28, 2012 AFP 1

•With 8% unemployment, why are prisoners working while citizens aren’t? By Keith Johnson As if American businesses don’t have enough trouble competing with free traders, who exploit cheap labor in third world countries to make […]

DoJ Clears Goldman Sachs in $1.3T Customer Rip-Off

August 28, 2012 AFP 0

• Findings of Senate investigating panel completely ignored By Pete Papaherakles The Department of Justice (DoJ) announced it would not seek a criminal indictment against Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs (GS)—even after a Senate investigation […]

U.S. Sparked Drug War

August 22, 2012 AFP 0

• Cartel member says U.S. traded guns for information on Mexican gangs • Eric Holder’s ‘Fast and Furious’ may be responsible for thousands of deaths By Pat Shannan A high-ranking Mexican drug cartel operative alleges […]

Spy or Hero?

August 15, 2012 AFP 0

• Whistleblower Assange hides in Ecuadorian embassy in London • Lawyer fears U.S. ready to indict Assange under Espionage Act By Keith Johnson Fearing persecution from a vindictive U.S. government, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has […]

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