Marine Combat Vet Kicked Out of Senate Meeting For Speaking Too Much Truth
The Free Thought ProjectDec 14
Lansing, MI — After returning from Iraq, Dakota Serna found himself battling PTSD and taking prescription pills for roughly three years after leaving the service. Due to a botched hernia operation, doctors began prescribing painkillers along with his antidepressants, leading to ulcers in his stomach and intestines.

With the prescription pills taking their toll on his body and mind, Serna abandoned the FDA-approved medications after a friend shared a joint with him. No longer suffe
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For The First Time, Majority of NYT Readers Oppose Assault Weapon Ban
The Daily SheepleDec 14
Shortly after the San Bernardino shooting, the New York Times made a big deal out of posting an editorial on the front page for the first time in nearly a hundred years. The article was a scathing condemnation of our nation's gun laws, as well as America's gun culture. However, their impassioned plea for more gun legislation hasn't had its... (more)

Ben Carson Blows Up and Threatens to Leave GOP Over Report of Potential Anti-Trump Effort by Party Leaders
Business InsiderDec 11


Why The End of Federal Marijuana Prohibition May Be Only Five Years Away
StopTheDrugWar.orgDec 10
Rob Kampia thinks so, and he's a very well-placed observer. As head of the Marijuana Policy Project, Kampia has his finger on the pulse of pot politics as well as anyone, and he made a pretty startling prediction at the International Drug Reform Conference in suburban Washington last month.

At a panel on "Marijuana Reform in Congress," Kampia suggested that a handful of
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Snowden: Armed Citizen in Garland Did What Surveillance State Couldn't
InfowarsDec 10
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden took to social media Wednesday to note that one armed citizen in Garland, Texas, was able to accomplish what the surveillance state hasn't – prevent a terror attack.Speaking to the FBI's latest attempt to undermine encryption protocols, Snowden stated that the $53 billion surveillance budget was not what stopped the terror attack.
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VIDEO: UK Shopkeeper Fends Off Robbers With Walking Stick
InformationLiberationDec 09
In contrast to the video I posted yesterday showing a US man fend off a robbery by casually pulling a gun, this video out of Withington, Manchester shows a shopkeeper forced to fight off a pair of hooded robbers with a stick.

The men were trying to place a rope around the store's ATM in order to pull it away with their truck, but 50-yr-old shopkeeper Aamir Malik foiled their plan by fighting back.
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VIDEO: Armed Robber Flees After Elderly Store Owner Pulls Gun
InformationLiberationDec 08


A lowly thug attempting an armed robbery fled in fear after a Bridgeport, Connecticut store owner casually pulled a gun on him.

CBS NY reports:
It didn’t take long for an armed robber in Connecticut t... (more)

FL Sheriff Calls For Citizens to Arm Themselves to Stop Mass Shootings & Terror Attacks
InformationLiberationDec 08


Rather than push for total disarmament of the pleb populace, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey is calling for citizens to arm themselves to prevent any future terror attacks and mass shootings.

“If you are a person who is legally license to carry a firearm, now is the time, more than ever, to realize that you, and you alone, may very well be t
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Armed Citizen Holds Burglars at Gunpoint, Has Them Call 911 On Themselves
InformationLiberationDec 06
After a Washington man caught two burglars inside his home, he held them at gunpoint and had them call 911 on themselves.

From KATU:
WOODLAND, Wash. — Officials in Cowlitz County say a southern Washington man managed to keep a pair of suspected burglars at bay until the cops showed up. Now, the local sheriff's office is applauding his efforts.

It happened ear
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Should You Buy A Shotgun Or An AR-15 For Home Defense?
InformationLiberationDec 05


What gun should you buy to defend your home?

Joe Biden recommended two years ago women buy a shotgun and blast it wildly outside their home to scare robbers away, which is a felony.

Gun expert and YouTube great Hickok45 gives his opinion on the matter, it's especially r
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Gun Sales Set Another Monthly Record
Free BeaconDec 05


Canadian Judge Pierre Chevalier Calls Marijuana Laws 'Obsolete and Ridiculous' as He Awards a Symbolic $1.30 Fine
The IndependentDec 03


Hawaii Supreme Court Rules Motorists May No Longer Be Imprisoned For Breath Test Refusal
TheNewspaperDec 01
Hawaii motorists may no longer be threatened with imprisonment if they refuse to submit to a breathalyzer test. The state Supreme Court ruled last week that it was improper for police to threaten drivers with a criminal conviction if they exercised their right under the law to decline a breath test when accused of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI).

The court came to this conclusion after considering the April 20, 2011 stop of Yong Shik Won. Won had allegedly been drivin
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Donald Sutherland Reveals The Real Meaning Of The Hunger Games
InformationLiberationNov 27


Donald Sutherland, the actor who plays President Coriolanus Snow, a totalitarian dictator in the hit movie The Hunger Games just explained in no uncertain terms what the movie is about.
"...If there’s any question as to what it’s an allegory for I will tell you.

It is the powers that be in the United States of America.
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Glenn Greenwald Accuses CNN of "Leading The Way" in Propaganda Push For More War
YouTubeNov 25


Glenn Greenwald On Paris: Despite Intel Agencies Getting Billions to Prevent Attacks 'They Failed Miserably'
InformationLiberationNov 20


Despite intelligence agencies claiming they need more powers to spy on everyone in the wake of the Paris attacks, Glenn Greenwald pointed out on France 24 that these intelligence agencies have received tens of billions of dollars and "only have one job": to prevent terrorist attacks, yet they failed miserably.


8 States That Should Legalize Marijuana Next Year
StopTheDrugWar.orgNov 20
Beginning in 2012, four states and the District of Columbia have voted to legalize marijuana. By this time next year, that number could well double, and then some. National polls now consistently show majorities in favor legalization, with a recent Gallup poll having 58% support—tied for the highest level in the poll's history.

That doesn't mean legalization is inevitable in any given state, as the case of Ohio earlier this month demonstrated. There, an initiative led by non-movem
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Americans Rush to Buy Guns in Wake of Paris Attacks
InfowarsNov 19
Gun sales and concealed carry permit applications in the US have spiked in the days following the terror attacks in Paris, according to gun store owners.

Americans are exercising their Second Amendment rights in droves after witnessing the harrowing footage of innocent people being murdered by gunmen in the French capital, and being warned thatthe same could happen on home soil.

Fox News San Antonio carried comments by Texas Guns owner Jerry McCall who note
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Missouri Judge Upholds Public Right to Oust Red Light Cameras
TheNewspaperNov 17
The public has the final say in whether red light cameras are used in their community under a ruling handed down Monday by Missouri Circuit Judge Daniel G. Pelikan. The cities of St. Peters, O'Fallon and Lake Saint Louis became enraged last year after 73 percent of voters in St. Charles County adopted a charter amendment prohibiting automated ticketing machines.

The municipalities complained that the charter amendment was
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Brazil Politicians Admit State Has Failed at Protecting Citizens, Seek to 'Copy U.S. Gun Culture'
InformationLiberationNov 14
I'd never thought I'd see the day, but politicians in Brazil are actually admitting the state cannot protect people and are seeking to copy the U.S.' gun culture where people have a right to bear small arms.

From TIME Magazine:
Congressmen in Brazil, one of the most violent countries in the world, are proposing to dramatically loosen restrictions on personal gun ownership, bringing the country mu... (more)

Alabama: Veteran Takes Camera Ticket to Federal Court
TheNewspaperNov 13
A military veteran in Phenix City, Alabama does not appreciate how the town has been targeting Fort Benning soldiers. So Jerry Paul Carroll decided to turn the tables on Phenix City and its vendor, Redflex Traffic Systems of Australia. When he was charged with violating the city's red light camera ordinance, he filed a counterclaim that is now being heard in a federal courtroom. On Monday, US Magistrate Judge Gray M. Borden gave Carroll until the end of next week to convince him that the case sh... (more)

Rand Paul Challenges Bernie Sanders to Hour-Long Debate On Socialism Vs. Capitalism
Truth in MediaNov 13


Spokane Will Vacate Marijuana Possession Convictions
Spokesman.comNov 11


Judge Again Says NSA Phone Records Program Is Unconstitutional; Orders NSA to Stop Collecting Phone Records of Plaintiffs
TechdirtNov 10
Back in December of 2013, DC district court judge Richard Leon shocked many by declaring the NSA's bulk collection of phone records under Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act to be unconstitutional. Just a few months ago, the DC circuit appeals court overturned that ruling and sent it back to the lower court, saying that the plaintiff, Larry Klayman,... (more)

Roger Stone Talks Clinton & Bush Crime Families & Says Trump Is The Real Deal
YouTubeNov 10


Alex Jones speaks with author and political strategist Roger Stone about the horrors and abuses perpetrated by the Bush and Clinton crime families.


Police Department Becomes First to Voluntarily Withdraw From 1033 Military Surplus Program
The Rundown LiveNov 09
Vermont's Burlington Police department announced they will be withdrawing from the Pentagon's questionable 1033 military surplus program. This will mark the first time a police department has ever willfully withdrawn from the Department of Defense's (DOD) federal program, according to the New York Daily News.

The controversial program is responsible for the mil
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Federal Court Emphasizes Right to Withdraw Search Consent
TheNewspaperNov 06
When a motorist gives consent to a vehicle search during a traffic stop, that consent can be withdrawn. The Fourth Circuit US Court of Appeals last month decided to emphasize this point by ruling against the police officers who ignored Dmytro Patiutka when he told them to stop searching his SUV.

Virginia State Trooper G.S. Cox pulled Patiutka over on Interstate 81 on April 27, 2013, because his SUV had a tinted license plate cover. After unsuccessfully running Patiutka's Lithuania
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Texas College Town Overwhelmingly Votes to Stop Adding Fluoride to Drinking Water
Naturalnews.ComNov 05


Tucson, Arizona Voters Reject Traffic Cameras
TheNewspaperNov 04


Aloha to the US: Is Hawai'i an Occupied Nation?
BBC NewsNov 04



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