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From the Secret Space Program Conference, 2014 San Mateo
The Black Budget: What Does It Mean to US Federal Budget, the Economy and You?
Are financial fraud and market manipulations actually mechanisms for financing the black budget and centralized governance necessitated by high-tech secrecy?
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- (2) Rand Paul says polls show he has the best shot at beating Hillary Clinton 03/28/15
- (2) To make your posts more *readable* (to increase readership) 03/27/15
- (2) Time For My Nightly Jam Session II 06/11/14
- (2) Rand Paul and the Koch Brothers Are Having a Nixon-in-China Moment 03/28/15
- (2) NYT: Hillary 'Wiped Her Server Clean' 03/28/15
- (1) Reason: Rand Paul goes hawkish, becomes less interesting 03/27/15
- (1) 57-Story Chinese Skyscraper Built in 19 Days 03/28/15
- (1) Police Burn 3.3-Ton Pile Of Cannabis And Get An Entire Town High 03/27/15
- (1) Jesus Nazareth 03/22/15
- (1) Germanwings plane crash: 'People all over the world will know my name,' Andreas Lubitz told ex-girlfriend 03/28/15
- (1) Ex Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Comes Clean, Reveals Horrors of Western Medicine 03/27/15
- (1) Politico: Ron Paul Supporters Bolt Rand Paul Camp 03/27/15
- (1) 9/11 NIST Report Admits: No Explanation for WTC Collapse (VIDEO) 03/28/15
- (1) DHS’s $1 Billion Radio System Doesn’t Work 03/28/15
- (1) Sen. Rand Paul Rally in New Hampshire (4/8/15) 03/28/15
The Last Hour
By Jay Syrmopoulos on March 24, 2015
Washington, D.C. – In a clear escalation in the ongoing war on U.S. citizens, the Justice Department has recommended that bank employees snitch on customers attempting to withdraw more than $5,000.
Federal regulations already require banks to submit a “Suspicious Activity Report” (SAR) when, “Transactions conducted or attempted by, at, or through the bank (or an affiliate) and aggregating $5,000 or more…” according to the handbook for the Federal Financial Institution Examination Council.
Jaxon Jennings Taylor, their 3-month-old son, was abused so brutally on February 15, that he is unable to move or eat without a feeding tube. Despite being in a vegetative state, he “is in some pain” and exhibits “periodic cries,” according to 16th Circuit Solicitor Kevin Brackett.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/police-officers-arrested-be...
PAF: My sentiments EXACTLY. In the political arena it is more efficient to work with the "irate minority" than it is the clueless majority. Though we should always engage the communities that we live to change the hearts and minds of the American people, instilling values such as principles and freedom.
What if everyone in the world used bitcoin for a day?
Basically, the day would be a marketing effort for Bitcoin where we would ask everyone who hasn't tried Bitcoin yet to try it on this day. We would ask everyone to use it for as much of that days businesses as they can.
I've set up a one page website for the idea.
What day should it be on? What do you think of the idea?
"One might very well marvel at the hubris and hypocrisy informing this process. On the one hand, we can see the calculated and very conscious use of state power to prop up what was otherwise a purportedly free market not only capable of being supported through its own mechanisms, but whose acolytes scream bloody murder whenever anyone proposes regulation or taxation for the purposes of compensating for its antisocial and monopolistic tendencies.
I have come to the conclusion, as many of you have, that we are a Republic, a Constitutional one, at that.
Being a Republic of this sort, with Article 1, Section 8, delegating the powers to the States not inferred upon the Federal gvt., we have to assume the States hold individually more power than the length of this sentence or the Federal gvt. (note I use "gvt." as opposed to the full spelling as I feel grossed-out whenever that spelling appears).
26 MAR 2015
In a preview of an upcoming documentary on French TV, Dr. Patrick Moore tells a Canal+ interviewer that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, was not increasing the rate of cancer in Argentina.
“You can drink a whole quart of it and it won’t hurt you,” Moore insists.
“You want to drink some?” the interviewer asks. “We have some here.”
“I’d be happy to, actually,” Moore replies, adding, “Not really. But I know it wouldn’t hurt me.”
“If you say so, I have some,” the interviewer presses.
“I’m not stupid,” Moore declares.
Could someone please tweet this? I've never asked such a thing of the DP Family, but today, I'm asking.
Or... If you're on Facebook, could you spare a share?
Reuters) - A U.S. grand jury has indicted an Alabama police officer, captured on video throwing an Indian man to the ground, on a civil rights charge stemming from the use of unreasonable force, federal prosecutors said on Friday.
Eric Parker, 26, then an officer with the Madison Police Department, was seen on video recorded from inside a patrol car on Feb. 6 throwing Sureshbhai Patel, 57, to the ground after attempting to question him.
Her book unveils her experience selling pharmaceuticals and the dirty secrets the industry doesn’t want anyone to know. Olsen explains that when drugs hit the market, no one knows even 50 percent of the side effects associated with the drug. Doctors are convinced of the drug’s effectiveness and their patients literally become test subjects or lab rats for the pharmaceutical companies. Olsen even confesses, “We were being trained to misinform people.”
Many are disillusioned by Rand Paul’s concessions to mainstream politics.
By Ben Schreckinger | Politico | 3/26/15
As he pulls together his expected presidential campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire, Sen. Rand Paul is confronted by defections from an unexpected quarter: the die-hard idealists whose energy powered his father’s campaigns.
That network of committed supporters was expected to convey to Paul, the natural successor to Ron Paul’s libertarian movement, providing him with a plug-and-play ground organization in the make-or-break early voting states. But instead of embracing the Kentucky senator, many of those grass-roots activists are turning their backs on him, disillusioned by the younger Paul’s concessions to mainstream politics.