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The driver of the truck pulled over to rest on the way to Oklahoma and left the lights on. Battery DEAD! This gentleman saved the day...PEOPLE ARE GOOD! Just like my friends on the Daily Paul. If you are able to donate to the Tornado Relief it would be awesome! Were 30% away from our goal. www.gofundme.com/30o50o
THANK YOU DAILY PAUL!
By Joseph Weber May 25, 2013
Libertarians eager to move beyond mere ideological victories are making progress in a long-term effort to migrate to one state to concentrate efforts and reshape communities based on their ideals of less government and individualism.
Wow! IT'S AN AMAZING STORY and worth watching... About 2.5 minutes.
An entire crew of a B-29 -- 12 aviators -- was rescued by a US submarine after their plane was shot down in 1945, 70 miles off the coast of Japan. The entire rescue was filmed in color, but sat in a guy's closet until now.
I'm thankful I'm here, and I'm aware that there's a lot of wonderful people that can make it. ~ Richard Vanden Heuvel
Why I Say No To Amnesty. Illegal Aliens Get Better Government Care While War Veteran’s Needs Are Ignored.Submitted by realman2020 on Sat, 05/25/2013 - 08:50
It is a national disgrace that are veterans are ignored by our government. Many returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan are in need of follow up care for injuries sustained in combat. Obama’s sequester cuts have further defunded the VA. That means more war veterans who were wounded in combat will not get the care they need. Many will die waiting for approval from the VA. Many Veterans are homeless in need of mental health treatment.
Wow. 21 years with World Bank and Former Senior Council, Karen Hudes has now turned Whistleblower.
She couldn't get the media to tell voters the truth because the media is controlled by a "super entity."
Start with Part 1. Part 3 talks about Holder and explains how they tried to put her in jail, etc. Please listen to ALL FOUR.
Part 1: Corruption / World Bank Exposed Interview
"Today, we say good bye to Zephyr, the best cat a man could ask for. After 17 years of adventure and living with cancer for the past year and a half, Zephyr developed a sudden and severe lymphoma which affected her ability to breath, and she was relieved from her suffering this afternoon, here at home in my lap sitting in her favorite chair. Her ashes will be turned into a Life Gem so she can stay with me forever. RIP Zephyr, 12-29-95 to 5-24-13. This picture shows our first and our last moments together:"
DP classic unleashed, originally published Apr 30, 2008.
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I was just curious, looking over the list of "Who's Online" earlier today, about some of the very interesting and sometimes bizarre log-in names that people use here on the Daily Paul. I thought it might be fun to share how those of you with some of the more strange names (Martfuncher, HolyNinja, Mashthegas, etc.) arrived at them, if you don't mind telling.
I just talked to Adam and he will tell us everything Monday morning on the 'Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock' at 11am EST.
Adam is in good spirits and refused to cooperate in his own kidnapping at every stage.
One paragraph of this outstanding article. I highly encourage everyone to read the whole thing though:
By Pat Reavy May 24, 2013 - ksl.com - Utah
OGDEN — Matthew David Stewart, 39, was found dead in his Weber County Jail cell this morning, according to a family statement and law enforcement sources.
"Our family regrets to announce that our son Matthew David Stewart is in the hands of his creator after a long and courageous battle with a corrupt and arrogant judicial system. He was supposed to be considered innocent until he was proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt," his family posted this morning on his Facebook page.
Continued, link below.
I'm pretty sure there aren't many Steyn fans here, including me, but this was pretty funny stuff.
Daily Caller 2:50 AM 05/24/2013
On Michael Graham’s Massachusetts-based radio show on Thursday, National Review columnist Mark Steyn reacted to the treatment of Lois Lerner, the now-suspended head of the Internal Revenue Service’s division on tax-exempt organizations.