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The Last Hour
All I can say is: unbelievable. Why would all those crackpots out there think there is anything called a "new world order"?
Here is a quote:
The contemporary quest for world order will require a coherent strategy to establish a concept of order within the various regions and to relate these regional orders to one another.
Henry Kissinger must be a conspiracy theorist.
Because it will put Pharma out of business.
By RAND PAUL
Aug. 27, 2014 6:35 p.m. ET
As the murderous, terrorist Islamic State continues to threaten Iraq, the region and potentially the United States, it is vitally important that we examine how this problem arose. Any actions we take today must be informed by what we've already done in the past, and how effective our actions have been.
Shooting first and asking questions later has never been a good foreign policy. The past year has been a perfect example.
He maintained his innocence, faulting "inaccurate press accounts and unsubstantiated media rumors."
"This decision breaks my heart, but I know it is the right thing for Mitch, for Kentucky and for the country," Benton said.
If this is posted already... Let me know.
Dimitri's in very hot water!
Arrogant Rothfeld, & why you get all that spam from Rand, Ron & the C4L asking for dough. This gives an excellent back story of the campaign management.
I think Sorenson is just the beginning. He's not going to want to rot in prison, so he's going to sing like a bird. Found some recent goods on Dimitri when I was researching Fusaro, then I found this article on Rothfeld. I've taken political training from him & he's excellent, but not THAT excellent - to the tune of millions! The "Slate" article also give you the backstory on the Ron Paul, Inc. cast. Very interesting & it makes me feel like an even more foolish person for thinking anyone managed by these________ could win a presidential nomination....
Update: Kent Hovind gets more charges, Eric Holder to prosecute. Government doesn't want him out of prison.Submitted by wraiththirteen on Thu, 08/28/2014 - 23:36
Personally Kent Hovind is the man who brought me to the liberty movement and now that he is about out of prison the state is taking him back to court to give him more prison time.
Eric Holder is bringing charges against Kent for frivolous law suits
If you want to see some of the charges read this. http://2peter3.com/Blogs/22Update.pdf
After you read the lawsuits Kent has filed I would imagine even the Hovind hates in the liberty movement will come to like him.
Steven Wronko is a Helmetta, New Jersey resident who recently taped local police officer, Richard Recine, saying that he doesn't have to follow the U.S. Constitution because President Obama doesn't.
“Obama has decimated the friggen Constitution so I don't give a damn, cause if he doesn't have to follow the Constitution, we don't have to,” Recine is heard saying on tape.
Prosecutors in California have declined to file charges against a sheriff’s deputy who struck and killed Milton Olin. Olin was a sixty-five-year-old prominent entertainment attorney and former chief operating officer of the online file-sharing service Napster.
Deputy Andrew Wood was distracted by his mobile digital computer and he allowed his patrol car to drift into the bike lane where he struck and killed the bike riding Olin.
From the Daily Mail Online:
peter schiff ends his radio show with ron paul
The two greatest upward price forces known to man, an asset bubble and a genuine commodity shortage, appear set to combine in silver. Either one, alone, would have a profound impact on the price, but the combination seems both inevitable and almost impossible to contemplate in terms of how high the price of silver could be driven. And it’s hard to see how intense investment buying wouldn’t trip off industrial user attempted inventory stockpiling or vice versa; it doesn’t matter which comes first.
McALLEN, Texas (AP) -- A Border Patrol agent pursuing a group of immigrants in a wooded area near the Texas-Mexico border on Friday fired several shots at an armed man who later identified himself as a militia member.
Border Patrol spokesman Omar Zamora said agents had been chasing a group of immigrants east of Brownsville Friday afternoon when an agent saw a man holding a gun near the Rio Grande. The agent fired four shots, but did not hit the man. The man then dropped his gun and identified himself as a member of a militia. Zamora said no other details were immediately available.