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- (9) Obamas in trouble
- (6) Either God approves or God is powerless to do anything about it
- (5) Grocery Store Kicks Two Girls Off Property for Singing Christmas Carols
- (5) Say what? Durham police: (handcuffed) teen shot self in head while in police car
- (4) What We Missed in "The Hunger Games" (Ron Paul Institute)
- (4) Now Australia Wants Its Gold Back
- (4) The GOP is NOT Fiscally Responsible!
- (4) 2014 will be HUGE for Bitcoin!
- (4) Obama Amends the Constitution By Statute
- (3) An Inferior Race?
- (3) Death Squads in Iraq and Syria-The History of America’s Death Squads
- (3) CO Cops disarmed and arrested a man for open carrying and now they’re going to pay.
- (3) Mandela Funeral Sign-Language Translator a 'Fake'
- (2) From Our Home To Yours, Merry Christmas!
- (2) Mysterious Object grinds World's largest drill to a halt
The Last Hour
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.
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.
Cop hears a man clear his throat, decides to a.) ignore it, b.) check to see if he's OK, or c.) slam his head into the wall?Submitted by john jay on Wed, 12/11/2013 - 23:06
No explanation needed:
Equal Opportunity Doesn't Always Guarantee Equal Results
January 30, 2000 | By Charley Reese of The Sentinel Staff
What do 19th century slave owners and 20th century proponents of affirmative action have in common? The answer is simple. They share a belief that blacks are basically inferior and cannot compete with whites on an equal playing field. That was how slave owners rationalized slavery. That's how proponents of affirmative action secretly rationalize their position.
"Meanwhile, Ron Paul, a frequent critic of the president, did praise President Barack Obama for his diplomatic work on Iran and expressed concern that Congress could get in his way.
“I think under the circumstances it’s a great breakthrough. And during the campaign you heard me say it very often, we ought to do more diplomacy and less shooting from the hip,” Paul said.
How Every Part of American Life Became a Police Matter
From the workplace to our private lives, American society is starting to resemble a police state.
—By Chase Madar
–Mon Dec. 9, 2013
Learn about the original 13th Amendment on a church website!!
One of the greatest frauds against Americans exposed here, with documentation.
Awesome! They have a "We the People" page! Lol!!
Anyone know of any other church with content like this on their website?
NASA, with the help of DARPA, has developed a 6' 2" humanoid robot named Valkyrie. Why did they develop it? "To help in disaster zones"
Translation: This bad boy is coming to a battlefield near you.
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.
Expert witness from FBI: Two Fullerton cops (Jay Cicinelli on left; Manny Ramos on right) acted unprofessionally in killing of homeless man
During yesterday's testimony in the Kelly Thomas murder trial, a retired FBI supervising special agent and tactical police training expert told jurors that the 37-year-old homeless man had a right to use force to defend himself against two Fullerton police officers who'd essentially converted themselves into heavily armed thugs with badges.
Uruguay's decision to legalise the production, sale and consumption of marijuana violates international law, the UN drugs watchdog says.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned that the move would endanger young people and "contribute to the earlier onset of addiction".
The new law will allow registered Uruguayans over 18 to buy up to 40g (1.4oz) of the drug a month.
The government hopes it will help tackle drug cartels.