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The Last 10 Minutes
- (10) LISTEN: Creepy AI Telemarketer Sounds Human, Denies Being a Robot (Activist Post)
- (8) Should Neo-Nazis be allowed to post on this forum?
- (8) Here is the interpretation of what the South African sign language guy was saying.
- (8) Are You Catholic?
- (7) 8 Photos You Didn't See From Obama's Trip to South Africa
- (6) (LIVE) Steve Patterson from FEE - Is BitCoin a Ponzi Scheme Allison Bricker Show
- (5) Is Jay-Z in the Illuminati?
- (3) Dr. Ron Paul w/AJ: Infowars 12/12/13
- (3) Ben Swann: Georgia Will Introduce Legislation To Nullify Obamacare & Sue The Federal Government
- (3) Seattle Gun BuyBack Gets JACKED! Turns Into a Gun Show!
- (3) FBI testified; says Kelly Thomas had right to defend himself against police *UPDATE 2*
- (3) DEA Agent Becomes Cannabis Entrepreneur.. (VIDEO)
- (2) Drone strike kills 15 'wedding party-goers' in Yemen
- (2) 'Never Get Busted' Author Barry Cooper Freedom Watch Interview
- (2) Mandela Funeral Sign-Language Translator a 'Fake'
The Last Hour
"Looking at the individual AFP and Instagram shots, you would have no idea that Obama and Bush traveled to South Africa together on Air Force One."
State Representative Jason Spencer (R-Woodbine) will hold a press conference on next Monday, December 16th, in the south wing of the Georgia Capitol building. Representative Spencer and several other legislators will meet to discuss two bills that will be introduced in the upcoming 2014 legislative season.
Durham chief: Teen shot self in head while in police car
Durham, N.C. — Durham's police chief says that Jesus Huerta, the 17-year-old who died in police custody last month, shot himself in the head after he had been searched, handcuffed and placed in the back of a patrol car.
Huerta's sister, Evelin Huerta, says Lopez's explanation is difficult for her to understand and that her brother did not have a gun.
"The Florida appeals court ruling that the University of North Florida was violating state law when it prohibited a woman from storing a gun in her vehicle while she attended class will spill over to cities and counties statewide, an attorney said Wednesday.
And it’s one of many nationwide where anti-gun activists are trying to do at the local level what they can’t do in the statehouse – restrict Second Amendment rights."
They don't follow the Constitution because we don't make them.
Politicons will always follow the path of least resistance. If they start hearing "constitutional authorization" from us for anything they do or propose, they will notice the resistance.
Mr. James Sorenson attended the 2012 Gay Pride Parade in Colorado Springs, Colorado while openly carrying his weapon in a holster. The police bristle at the notion of a "peasant" carrying a gun as a challenge to their authority and first harass/detain, and ultimately arrest him.
Fortunately Mr. Sorensen's partner filmed the entire incident, which include the cops threatening to taze him for non-compliance followed by a verbal threat to "Kick the sh--" out of him if does not respect their authority.
Snowden fuels fear of 'Big Brother USA'
By Mathieu Rabechault
1 hour ago
Washington (AFP) - An avalanche of intelligence leaks from former CIA contractor Edward Snowden sent shockwaves around the world in 2013, lifting the lid on a vast global spying network and raising fears of a surveillance state.
As the year drew to a close, the 30-year-old Snowden remains exiled in Russia, his final port of call following a worldwide game of cat-and-mouse that appeared to come straight from the pages of a spy novel.
Ok.... couldn't help but chuckle a little; sounds like South Africa is such a great place after Mandela took over. lol
JOHANNESBURG — The sign-language interpreter on stage at Nelson Mandela’s globally broadcast memorial service was a faker who was just waving his arms around meaninglessly, advocates for the deaf said Wednesday.
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - Police in the City of Colorado Springs were forced to pay $23,500 to a man they arrested by mistake for carrying his weapon in public. James Sorensen sued and won after he was arrested at a festival in July, one day after the Aurora shooting occurred. The entire incident was caught on camera and when the officer who disarmed him told him to get a lawyer, that’s exactly what he did.