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27 votes

ATLANTA: OMG! “Guns Everywhere Bill.” Its official name is the “Safe Carry Protection Act. Georgia Moves to End Tyranny

"When we limit a Georgian's ability to carry a weapon -- to defend themselves -- we're empowering the bad guys," Jasperse said.

At noon Wednesday, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is scheduled to sign the sweeping legislation into law. One of the most permissive state gun laws in the nation, it will allow licensed owners to carry firearms into more public places than at any time in the past century, including bars and government buildings that don't have security checkpoints.

14 votes

Picture Perfect? US State Dept publishes 'evidence' of Russian 'involvement' in Ukraine

Published on Apr 22, 2014

Pictures -- according to the US State Department -- prove Russian involvement in eastern Ukraine. The 'evidence' as the State Department calls them, show people taking part in seizures of admin buildings in the region. These same individuals involved in operations in Georgia in 2008, according to the State Department. Spokeswoman Jen Psaki came under fire over those photos during her last briefing. RT.

20 votes

Rand Paul Once Blasted Reagan’s Deficit Spending; Here Comes Conservative Outrage?

by Andrew Kirell | 11:15 am, April 23rd, 2014

Mother Jones reporter David Corn is once again stirring the pot this week, with videos showing Rand Paul criticizing the late GOP idol Ronald Reagan over fiscal policies.

While giving a variety of speeches between 2007 and 2009, Paul committed the deadly sin often in the context of discussing why the GOP needs to learn fiscal discipline; and that his father, then-primary candidate Ron Paul truly understands this fact.

17 votes

Is The US Military Preparing For The Collapse Of The Dollar?

Comment from the zero hedge article that is very much worth checking out in its own right

Mon, 04/21/2014 - 23:41 | 4681676Stackers

Make no mistake the US military is actively training to sieze and occupy domestic urban areas with lethal combat force. This has never happened, even during the World Wars.

Little bird gun runs down Biscayne Blvd in Miami

Downtown attacks on LA

44 votes

NAACP head praises Rand Paul

"He's a different voice in the arena that we don't traditionally hear," says Lorraine Miller, acting head of the NAACP, who expects to invite Paul to speak at the organization's July national conference in Las Vegas.

"He's an engaging guy — that's why we want to talk to him," Miller says. Miller is not the only black leader who has been intrigued by Paul, whose father, former Texas Rep. Ron Paul, had three unsuccessful presidential runs and amassed a fervent Libertarian following.

12 votes

DWalters Opinion: Chemtrails are about Fresh Water - not Global Warming

Raise your hand if you truly believe the State cares about the environment. From past experience, I would say not. Experience suggests that the State - ie the individuals that call themselves government - care solely about their own asses, the bottom line, and power. Don't be fooled.

17 votes

Who Here Eats Paleo And Who Wants To Share

And what do you like to cook?
What is your "go-to" recipe?

Do you eat more beef chicken turkey elk deer buffalo fish?

Do you grill smoke fry bake or eat out more?

What vegetables do you pair with your meat?

What are some good drinks that you make lemonades teas coffees cocktails brews?

If you shared your meal start to finish with: meat vegetable desert drink and music (for the background entertainment) what would you name it?

14 votes

Gary Johnson Wants Third Parties in 2016 Debates

BY: KEVIN DERBY | April 22, 2014

Former Gov. Gary Johnson of New Mexico, who was the Libertarian Party’s presidential nominee in 2012, is looking ahead to 2016, calling for more inclusion for third party candidates in presidential campaigns, including being included in the debates.

17 votes

Capitalism is Progressive - and Must Get Off the Defensive

If much of the economic commentary in the mainstream media is to be believed, the rising inequality of wealth in Anglo societies and the crashing of our economy by the big banks and financial class make the problems of capitalism not just evident but self-evident.

Such claims are made, of course, against a background of hundreds of years of capitalist growth that has, for the overwhelming bulk of our population, made affordable the books that these claimants have presumably read, the computers on which they type, the Internet on which they do their research, the air-conditioning or central heating in the room where they do it, and even the food in their bellies – food of a variety and quality unparalleled in history.

But this background of utter success is taken so much for granted that it is almost entirely invisible.

30 votes

Shared from Jesse Ventura's Facebook

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24 votes

Do the Feds really own any land in Nevada?

The Supreme Court states:

The United States never held any municipal sovereignty, jurisdiction, or right of soil in and to the territory of which Alabama, or any of the new States, were formed, except for temporary purposes, and to execute the trusts created by the acts of the Virginia and Georgia legislatures, and the deeds of cession executed by them to the United States, and the trust created by the treaty of the 30th April, 1803, with the French Republic ceding Louisiana.

21 votes

Supreme Court: holds Search Based Solely on Anonymous Tip is Constitutional

Justice Scalia joined his more liberal colleagues, Associate Justices Elena Kagan, Sandra Sotomayor and Stephen Breyer — in vehement dissent, arguing that a search based solely on an anonymous tip is a blatant violation of the Fourth Amendment’s protections against unreasonable searches and seizures.

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7 votes

Pot Legalizers Hit D.C. Streets to Secure November Ballot Spot

The D.C. Board of Elections gave a green light Wednesday for campaigners to begin collecting signatures to put a marijuana legalization initiative on November ballots.

“I just want to thank board members,” D.C. Cannabis Campaign organizer Adam Eidinger said during a well-attended meeting packed with supporters. “I am very thankful we are making it to this day.”

About two dozen eager canvassers promptly fanned out across the city with petition forms.

The legalization campaign must turn in approximately 22,373 valid signatures by July 7 to score a spot on the November ballot, said Karen Brooks, D.C's voter registrar, citing current registration statistics. More than 5 percent of registered voters in five of the eight city wards must sign the petition.