Wednesday, April 23, 2014 17:20
Database of Citizens Who Represent “A Risk to the State”
Information hub would detect potential future criminals and allow
government to “intervene”.
For Breast Milk Mom Against TSA Tyranny
Warns West “Remove Forces”; Begins Military Exercise On
The truce deal is dead.
Russia Will Respond If Eastern Ukraine is Attacked
Restarts Operation Against Protesters in Eastern Ukraine
Not Welcome’: Filipinos Protest Presidential Visit
Police armed with truncheons, shields and a fire hose clashed with more
than 100 left-wing activists.
Homeland Security Encourages Businesses to Snitch on Preppers as Terrorists
Purchase of MREs, flashlights & ammunition is a "suspicious
AG Abbott to BLM ‘Come and Take It’
Harry Reid’s Dirty Deeds
21: The BLM Land Grabbing Endgame
Bundy Paradigm: Will You Be a Rebel, Revolutionary or a Slave?
Middle Class In Canada Is Now Doing Better Than The Middle Class In
For most of Canada’s existence, it has been regarded as
the weak neighbor to the north by most Americans.
Success: Half of Georgia’s Insurance Enrollees Fail to Make Monthly
U.S. will defend Japan if China seizes Senkaku Islands
“We oppose any unilateral attempts to undermine Japan’s
administration of these islands,” the U.S leader stated ahead
of his visit to Japan starting Wednesday.
Challenges Obama’s Asia Pivot With Rapid Military Buildup
Police Forces To Carry Guns For First Time In Over 60 Years
Come The Boots On The Ground: US Troops Heading To Eastern Europe
Visits Newly Installed Regime in Kiev
Pipeline, Russia Forgives North Korean Debt
House Gets Broken Into, Cop Responds and Shoots Family Dog
A Texas man called police to report that his home had been burglarized.
The responding deputy arrived and promptly shot the man’s dog.
plants, GMO people, and cancer
There is an extraordinary parallel between what biotech corporations
are doing with food plants, and what cancer researchers are trying to
do with humans.
Parliament Permanently Bans All GMO Maize Effective this Year
Hayes Compares Fossil Fuel Companies to Slave Holders
asteroid blasts in atmosphere ’10 times more common’ than