Canadian Police State vs. Brad Love

December 31, 2013 AFP 1

By Paul Fromm TORONTO, Canada—The decade-long saga of state persecution of inveterate Canadian letter-writer Brad Love reached a new low November 28 when he was criminally charged for writing a letter to his own lawyer. […]

Mandela’s Legacy

December 31, 2013 AFP 0

• Truth about South African icon at odds with mainstream canonization By Pete Papaherakles On December 5, one of the most notorious terrorists of our time, Nelson Mandela, was finally proclaimed dead at the age […]

Police Filing Lawsuits Against Citizens

December 30, 2013 AFP 0

• Recent change in law opens you up to a lawsuit for injuries sustained when police come to your home By Keith Johnson If you want to get sued, just dial 9-1-1. Carmina Figueroa found […]

Libya Facing Anarchy

December 29, 2013 AFP 0

• U.S. meddling destroyed once-prosperous Arab republic By Ronald L. Ray The 2011 American-led violent overthrow of Muammar Qaddafi, long-time ruler of Libya, has benefited neither Western oil companies nor the Rothschild-controlled international banking cartel, […]

Arabs and Jews Unite to Defeat Peace

December 28, 2013 AFP 0

• Former sworn enemies’ lobbyists hard at work expanding Israeli, Saudi influence across region By Richard Walker For the next six months Israel and its former enemy, Saudi Arabia, will use every dirty trick their […]

Rand Paul Mingling With Big Money Elite

December 20, 2013 AFP 0

• Is senator selling his soul to internationalist wing of GOP in exchange for 2016 support? By Michael Collins Piper Buried on page A-13 of the November 2 edition of the elite media’s flagship newspaper, […]

New Evidence Surfaces in Navy Yard Shooting

December 20, 2013 AFP 0

By Keith Johnson Although the 12 victims of the Navy Yard massacre, which took place on September 16 in Washington, D.C., have been laid to rest, the investigation into what really happened lives on, as […]

Seattle PD Forced to Stop Secret Surveillance System

December 20, 2013 AFP 1

• Technology enabled broad eavesdropping without warrant By John Friend The Seattle Police Department (SPD) recently decided to deactivate a controversial wireless Internet network that many privacy and civil liberties advocates worried could be used […]

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