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The Last 10 Minutes
- (8) A nice little gem courtesy of Drudge
- (7) Jesus' message has been lost
- (6) Never Forget: We Outnumber "them". Fail: NYPD Photo Contest Turns Into Bash Tag!
- (5) Cops Raid the Wrong Apartment, Hog Tie 75 Year Old Grandmother
- (4) Chemtrails Debunked
- (4) Burning Man Organizer planning 30 Day Festival Across from Bundy Ranch to Blatantly Mock the Defiant Rancher
- (4) Rand Paul Once Blasted Reagan’s Deficit Spending; Here Comes Conservative Outrage?
- (3) Gary Johnson Wants Third Parties in 2016 Debates
- (3) DWalters Opinion: Chemtrails are about Fresh Water - not Global Warming
- (2) DELETE All ready Posted. Sorry.
- (2) Supreme Court: holds Search Based Solely on Anonymous Tip is Constitutional
- (1) Fox News Report-Enemies Of The State-The Sagebrush Rebellion
- (1) Live Stream From Bunkerville!
- (1) Bundy standoff is mild compared to US military attacks on American War Veterans
- (1) Is This Country Hopeless
The Last Hour
The Roman State sponsored story goes, "Jesus died for your sins, and thus, you need not do anything else besides accept him as your savior. Any further action on your part is unnecessary."
In reality, Jesus was a non-violent protester of the Roman Empire - regardless if one believes he was of divine descent or not. Evidence points towards his existence.
Jesus was trying to set an example - namely, violence is not necessary to defeat tyranny. Only non-violent means of resistance are required. Jesus' non-violent approach ultimately cost him his life. Was it in vain?
I challenge you to ask anyone the questions, "Is the government too big? Has it overstepped the intentions of the founders?" I predict 99.999% of folks will give an affirmative response. If not, simply ask them, "How much bigger do you suppose the government needs to be?" Their stuttering will serve as your answer.
VIDEO: MSNBC Attacks Alex Jones, Rand Paul, Drudge, WeAreChange
In a 15 minute-long ideological crusade, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes smeared Cliven Bundy supporters as ‘insurgents’ while lamenting the threat posed to the establishment by an Alex Jones-Drudge-Fox News-Rand Paul “axis” that threatens to rock the 2016 presidential race.
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.
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.
The Bureau of Land Management has threatened to take over 90,000 acres of Texan land, and the Texas Attorney General isn't taking it sitting down.
“I am about ready,” General Abbott told Breitbart Texas, “to go to the Red River and raise a ‘Come and Take It’ flag to tell the feds to stay out of Texas.”
The Texan Attorney General already has 30 lawsuits filed against the Obama administration, he is planning to make this his 31st.
for more details, and the statement from the AG of Texas and the Lt. Governor:
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?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2610598/Group-US-swi... Great new article!
Greg Brannon debates tonight. Here is the link to the live stream of the event: http://triadnc.twcnews.com/content/politics/us_senate_debate... Best of luck to the good doctor!
Update: 2nd debate is tonight, 4/23/2014 on WRAL. http://www.dailypaul.com/317449/april-23rd-debate-in-nc-greg...
Quote from 4/22/2014: "the Constitution has three crimes: treason, piracy and counterfeit. The Fed does all three.” -Greg Brannon
ATLANTA: OMG! “Guns Everywhere Bill.” Its official name is the “Safe Carry Protection Act. Georgia Moves to End TyrannySubmitted by Barracuda_Trader on Wed, 04/23/2014 - 05:44
"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.
The New Yorker: The electric-car company Tesla seems like everyone’s darling these days. Its stock, even amid a pervasive selloff in the tech sector, is up nearly forty per cent this year. It has announced plans to build a five-billion-dollar battery factory, which various Southwestern states are vying to host. And it’s now starting to sell cars in China. But there is one place where Tesla is getting no love: New Jersey. Last month, the state decreed that the company would have to shut down its showrooms. In doing so, New Jersey joined states like Texas and Arizona, where it’s effectively illegal to buy a Tesla. Pretty soon, you’ll be able to get a Model S in Beijing but not in Paramus.
Why was Tesla banned? It sold cars. It built showrooms where customers could check out a vehicle, arrange a test drive, and buy a car. The hitch was that Tesla sold cars directly to the public, without going through independent dealers. In most industries, this would hardly be a radical idea. Dell built its business on selling direct to consumers, and the most successful retail phenomenon of the past decade is the manufacturer-owned Apple Store. But the auto industry is different. In its early years, companies tried all kinds of ways of selling cars; you could buy them right at the factory, or at local department stores, or even from the Sears catalogue.