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HELP! Any owner operators out there with a 53 ft truck that can load medical supplies , food and water for OK?Submitted by dexterszyd on Mon, 05/20/2013 - 22:24
We are still looking for a semi but I want to thank AngieDfromAL here on the Daily Paul. She has provided critical contact information for an association of pilots and planes to us. We are in the process of putting a bird in the air as I write this. It's full of critical medical supplies. Hats off ! You are the Heart of Dixie!
Need a truck! I am following up with all your leads so keep them coming.
I have a staging area near Springfield OH off I-70. I will even take just Power if you have it. We can lease the trailer.
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Two former U.S. diplomats are coming forward to talk about Benghazi.
They will say that the State Department (Hillary Clinton) engaged in a secret arms deal directly with Al-Qaeda (a deal the CIA rejected as too risky), and that Ambassador Stevens was negotiating the deal.
Now, if I'm not mistaken, any person who conspires to help known terrorists is subject to lifetime imprisonment at Gitmo with no trial, no lawyer, and no rights.
To all the naysayers ...
If “the enemy” is running the government does it really matter what Kokesh does? If the intent is to disarm, won’t they do it anyway?
Don’t we need some galvanizing moment to awaken the sleeping masses and at least try and fight for our country? Wouldn’t an outright gun ban be the best thing for the pro constitution faction? Would that not cause perhaps millions to stop talking and start acting?
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) blasted members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Tuesday, which voted overwhelmingly to arm elements of the Syrian opposition in a bill co-sponsored by Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN). "This is an important moment," Paul said, addressing his Senate colleagues. "You will be funding, today, the allies of al Qaeda. It's an irony you cannot overcome."
Gay AR15 Owners? OMG! OMG! OMG! Bowel-'movement' Statist Liberals' Minds blown; they literally don't know how to handle these posters popping all over Seattle and Olympia, Washington:
No matter what you think of Adam or what he does, he is still a voice for the movement. Not much would make bigger statement than justice prevailing and one of our spokesman getting out of the unjust charges brought against him.
Mainstream media TV news reporters are simply Salespersons for government products and services.
Right-wing media specialize in selling military industrial complex stuff.
Left-wing media specialize in selling medical and education industrial complex stuff.
Did I get that right?
Photos of American military personnel burying Osama bin Laden will remain classified, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit sided with the government in finding that the release of postmortem images of the founder and leader of al-Qaeda could cause “exceptionally grave harm” to Americans.
The conservative-leaning group Judicial Watch had been pressing the Department of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency to release at least a subset of 59 photos of bin Laden after he was killed in a May 2011 raid on his compound in Pakistan.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is urging jury nullification in medical MJ case:
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner has injected himself into a federal criminal case against the operator of a medical marijuana dispensary, intensifying his standoff with federal prosecutors on cannabis enforcement issues.
Filner's urging jurors who'll be chosen for the trial to reject federal law in favor of state statutes under a centuries-old legal concept known as “jury nullification"-- whereby jurors can refuse to convict people under laws they believe should not be applied.
It is now well known that the Obama justice department has prosecuted more government leakers under the 1917 Espionage Act than all prior administrations combined - in fact, double the number of all such prior prosecutions. But as last week's controversy over the DOJ's pursuit of the phone records of AP reporters illustrated, this obsessive fixation in defense of secrecy also targets, and severely damages, journalists specifically and the newsgathering process in general.