Infowars.com | Paul Joseph Watson | May 14, 2013
Senator Rand Paul responded to the barrage of scandals to hit the Obama administration, from Benghazi, to the IRS targeting conservatives, to the Justice Department spying on Associated Press reporters, by accusing President Obama of being “drunk on power.”
Watergate Was For Amateurs: Justice Department Spied For Months On Associated Press Reporters
And so the final curtain falls on the myth of what was supposed to be, in its own words, the "most transparent administration" in history.
As it turns out, the big Friday story of Bloomberg journalists snooping on its clients was just amateur hour compared to what the AP was about to serve. In fact, the Watergate affair may soon appear like a walk in the park compared to the First Amendment
Monsanto wins landmark case in Supreme Court
Published on May 13, 2013
On Monday, the US Supreme Court ruled in favor of the bio-tech giant Monsanto. In the case, Indiana farmer Vernon Bowman was being accused of seed infringement after he allegedly planted soybean seed without the company's permission. RT's Liz Wahl brings us more on the landmark case and how the 75 year-old man violated Monsanto's patent.
Set your DVRs! This Wednesday, Kentucky Representative Thomas Massie will be giving a one-hour special order speech after Wednesday’s votes on why Members of Congress should oppose the “Marketplace Fairness Act” (more adeptly named the “National Internet Tax Mandate”). Other freshman members who also oppose the National Internet Tax Mandate will join Representative Massie.
Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on last week’s hearings regarding the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi:
Congressional hearings, White House damage control, endless op-eds, accusations, and defensive denials. Controversy over the events in Benghazi last September took center stage in Washington and elsewhere last week. However, the whole discussion is again more of a sideshow. Each side seeks to score
Published on May 6, 2013
As more and more studies demonstrating the corrosive effect of psychopathy on government, finance, and business emerge, researchers have begun to explore how our society itself has been molded in the psychopaths' image. Now, one of those researchers, Stefan Verstappen, shares his insights on psychopathy in modern culture. This is the GRTV Feature interview on Global
Mother's Day has always been a tough one for me to stomach. I lost my mom when I was 18. If you have any great mom memories, please feel free to share!
Here's just a few short ones
Sweeping the backyard so we could ice skate and play hockey with brooms
Pulling me out of school to take me to skiing
Making me toast when I was sick
I wish this post stopped right here, but there's another side to this story.
This was so nice to see. Glenn gets a lot of fantastic points out in a very short amount of time. It's almost as if he knew once he started speaking truth, they'd try and cut him off. Awesome job Glenn!
JEFF BLISS, Duncanville Teen whose classroom rant went viral is a RON PAUL supporter. He talks about the doc being his biggest role model ... who stands up for liberty. See 9:40 mark:
Official interview talking about what really went down at Duncanville
Thanks for the link, RonPaul4Prez2012
ABC NEWS | By Jonathan Karl | May 10, 2013 6:33am
When it became clear last fall that the CIA’s now discredited Benghazi talking points were flawed, the White House said repeatedly the documents were put together almost entirely by the intelligence community, but White House documents reviewed by Congress suggest a different story.
The immigration reform measure the Senate began debating yesterday would create a national biometric database of virtually every adult in the U.S., in what privacy groups fear could be the first step to a ubiquitous national identification system.
Ron Paul of Ron Paul’s Podcast Nation joins Open Currency Update with Kurt Wallace. Ron Paul shares his experience in discovering economic freedom and individual liberty. He explains why the Federal Reserve's ‘Free Money’ will create more bubbles.
I purchased a prefab raised garden bed measuring 4'x4'x7". The packaging says fill with 8 cu ft soil. Another calculator says 10 cu ft. I've come up with a formula using 6 cu ft soil, 2 cu ft worm castings, 1 cu ft vermiculite and a 4# bag of Dr. Earth Veggie and Herb fertilizer to be used as directed. Now I'm trying to decide what soil to use? Would a fertilized soil be overkill? I plan on using plants not seeds. Should I use a starter fertilizer when transplanting? HELP!
(NaturalNews) It's been more than a decade in the making, but now Harvard University researchers have developed a tiny flying drone that is barely larger than a quarter.
Robotics researchers at the Ivy League school have achieved a first, reports Forbes: the creation of robotic insects that are capable of flight. A paper detailing their work was recently published in the journal Science. Here's an abstract of the research:
Last week, news broke that President Obama will pick Rep. Mel Watt (NC-12) to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), the government agency charged with overseeing Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
There are many objections to Watt’s nomination worth considering, and this is merely a brief overview of why Campaign for Liberty (C4L) believes Mel Watt is unfit to serve as head of the FHFA. As his nomination proceeds to the
A conspiracy theory no longer.
IRS Admits, Apologizes For Targeting Conservatives During 2012 Election
Just because you are a conservative and paranoid, doesn't mean the IRS is not after you. And, assuming the AP was not hacked again, this is precisely what happened. In a stunning disclosure, the supposedly impartial Internal Revenue Service has admitted and apologized for flagging and subjecting to extra reviews, conservative political groups - those that included the words "tea party"
"First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win."