Militia News – by Jacob G. Hornberger
George Washington pointed out, “Overgrown military establishments, which under any form of government, are inauspicious to liberty, and which are to be regarded as particularly hostile to Republican Liberty.”
Wise words by the father of our country, but ones, unfortunately, rejected by modern-day Americans, who love and idolize the enormously overgrown military establishment that now characterizes our federal governmental system. Continue reading
EU Observer – by NIKOLAJ NIELSEN
A small airport in north-eastern Poland used by the CIA to fly in kidnapped detainees for torture at a nearby intelligence training camp has received over €30 million in EU funds.
The EU money is part of a larger €48.5 million sum to turn the former military airstrip into an international commercial airport known as Szymany. Continue reading
The Fiscal Times – by Brianna Ehley
t’s been an increasingly embarrassing year for the embattled Veteran’s Affairs Department, which has been accused of cover-ups and hidden wait lists on top of mismanaging expensive construction projects at the taxpayers’ expense.
And it’s only getting worse. Continue reading
NATO’s top military commander General Philip Breedlove has said an armoured vehicles convoy travelling by road in the Czech Republic sent a message of reassurance. Speaking in Romania, Breedlove said he and NATO are ready to defend against Russian belligerence.
Philip Breedlove, NATO Commander, US European Command: “Crowds have come out to welcome these soldiers and their vehicle. They return home. So, it’s been a good message of reassurance, a good message to our nations, and we were able to exercise some skills that we haven’t exercised in quite some time.” Continue reading
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Last Wednesday, WikiLeaks once again broke the secrecy surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), releasing the draft text of the investment chapter of the Pacific Rim Treaty. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange issued a dire warning about the agreement:
“The TPP has developed in secret an unaccountable supranational court for multinationals to sue states. This system is a challenge to parliamentary and judicial sovereignty. Similar tribunals have already been shown to chill the adoption of sane environmental protection, public health and public transport policies.”
The proliferation of hipster culture and lumbersexuals means more guys seem to be rocking facial hair these days.
Now those beer-swigging mustachioed men no longer have to suffer the injustice of a wet ‘stache between sips.
Introducing the Whisker Dam, a handcrafted copper cuff “dressed with a timeless patina and coated with a non-toxic barrier” that fits on the edge of a standard pint glass to protect prized upper lip hair. Continue reading
Natural News – by Doug Cragoe
For a planned county communications system called LA-RICS, new cell towers are being installed at fire stations across Los Angeles County. They are being installed overnight without any notice to residents. All environmental regulations and required studies have been pushed aside and ignored.
Firemen sleep and reside at firehouses for days at a time, with a cell tower just a few feet away. The fireman’s union opposes this and many firefighters and citizens showed up at a recent Los Angeles County supervisor’s meeting to protest. The firefighters are asking for public support. This story made the local TV news. Continue reading
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To facilitate the often treacherous process of entering the United States illegally through the southern border, the Obama administration is offering free transportation from three Central American countries and a special refugee/parole program with “resettlement assistance” and permanent residency.
Under the new initiative the administration has rebranded the official name it originally assigned to the droves of illegal immigrant minors who continue sneaking into the U.S. They’re no longer known as Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC), a term that evidently was offensive and not politically correct enough for the powerful open borders movement. Continue reading
Yahoo News – by MARYCLAIRE DALE
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Michael Casciolo had left his penthouse apartment with a black laundry bag stuffed with high-grade marijuana when he saw a half-dozen men in dark clothes and ski hats pick up the pace down the hallway.
“My first immediate thought was, it was the Mafia and I was getting robbed,” said Casciolo, a thin man with sunken eyes who was dressed in a gray suit and tie. “I was thinking: Everything is catching up to me.” Continue reading
Bloomberg – by David VoreacosDel, Quentin Wilber, Kathleen Hunter
U.S. Senator Robert Menendez was indicted after a corruption investigation into whether he took gifts from a campaign donor, imperiling the political career of one of the most influential Democratic and Latino voices on foreign policy.
Menendez was charged in connection with gifts from Salomon Melgen, a Florida eye doctor and longtime friend who sought his help in a dispute with federal agencies. Menendez is the 12th U.S. senator in history to be charged while serving in office, and the prospect of a lengthy case could put pressure on him to resign. Melgen was also indicted today. Continue reading
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Over 500 residents in different cities across The Garden State were shocked after they received letters this week stating they had 30 days to find another home thanks to new legislation that will no longer allow residents in the state whose names promote violence.
“I was dumbfounded,” said Sheila Gunn, who has lived in New Jersey for over 40 years. “I thought it was a joke at first, but it wasn’t.” Continue reading
ECHO LAKE, Calif. – California Gov. Jerry Brown has ordered state officials to impose mandatory water restrictions for the first time in history as the state grapples with a serious drought.
In an executive order issued Wednesday, Brown ordered the state water board to implement reductions in cities and towns to cut usage by 25 percent. Continue reading
MEXICO CITY – A fire at a shallow-water oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico has killed four workers, injured 16 and forced the evacuation of 300, Mexico’s state-owned oil company said Wednesday.
Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, said on its Twitter account that the death toll had risen from one to four. In an earlier statement, the company said that two of the injured workers were in serious condition. Continue reading
Every April for the last 2 years, the United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) has given away 30 brand-new guns through their “Gun-A-Day” promotion. The company is on track to repeat their efforts again this year!
West Bend, WI – (AmmoLand.com) On April 1st, the US Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) kicks off their annual Gun-A-Day Giveaway promotion spanning the entire month of April, and it’s no joke… Continue reading
Amnesty International USA
There is growing evidence that the Saudi Arabian-led military coalition is failing to take precautions to prevent civilian deaths amid ongoing airstrikes on sites around Yemen, Amnesty International said, as it confirmed that at least six civilians, including four children, were among 14 people who burned to death in further strikes early this morning.
The attacks, carried out at around 2 AM in Ibb governorate, were apparently targeting a Huthi checkpoint as well as fuel supplies along the road between Yareem and Dhammar. The dead included four children and two women, as well as eight men, but it is unknown if any of those were fighters. At least 31 others were hospitalized with burns and shrapnel wounds. Continue reading
Reykjavik (AFP) – Iceland’s government said Tuesday it would consider a revolutionary monetary proposal removing the power of commercial banks to create money and handing it to the central bank.
The proposal, which would be a turnaround in the history of modern finance, was part of a report written by a lawmaker from the ruling centrist Progress Party, Frosti Sigurjonsson, entitled “A better monetary system for Iceland”. Continue reading
Counter Current News – by Reagan Ali
He was caught red handed, having killed, “prepared” and eaten nearly all of a victim who he claims was “willing.” A 50-minute long video, recorded while listening to pop music, clearly documents the cannibal ex-police officer Detlef Guenzel slicing Polish-born Wojciech Stempniewicz into small pieces after having strangled him to death.
Now, the former cop is facing only eight years in prison for cannibalizing a man who he met on an internet site in Germany. Continue reading