Quicklink

A link to original content on another site. 3 paragraph summary max, please.
18 votes

Ben Swann “Breaks the Set” Talking About the Suppression of Alternative Candidates

Ben Swann was a guest on RT America’s Breaking the Set, Thursday to talk about the state of alternative candidates who are being denied participation in debates before the November elections.

http://benswann.com/ben-swann-breaks-the-set-talking-about-t...

Want to see more of Ben at RT America? Please let RT know!

For Liberty!

17 votes

Why did Drudge drop this link so quickly?

A curious thing on Drudge today.

There was a prominent link to an interview with Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in which he spoke about Hilary Clinton's cosy little links to Eric Schmidt of Google fame.

But after just a few hours the link was mysteriously pulled. The conspiracy theorist in me suspects pressure was brought to bear.

But for we Paulites, the following gem was the best quote of all.

7 votes

Son of Draconian Drug Warrior Fails Drug Test

Boss, I need a favor. Vice President Joe Biden has been one of the most strident drug warriors of my lifetime. Mandatory minimum sentences, the crack/powder disparity, federal asset forfeiture, the RAVE Act—they all have Biden's fingerprints on them. The man may be responsible for the very phrase "drug czar." If the Drug War had its own Mount Rushmore, Biden's face would be carved on it, right next to Richard Nixon and Bill Bennett.

Guess why his son got kicked out of the Navy Reserve?

6 votes

Militarized Fish and Game SWAT Team raids 74 yr old woman

Carolyn Brewer was startled by the unannounced presence of an armed man in her bedroom. Her mood didn’t improve when the intruder sternly ordered her, “You don’t get up.” That directive was issued in the interest of “officer safety,” which presumably would have been undermined if the 74-year-old woman had somehow roused herself from her sickbed.

17 votes

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself.

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself -- and you are the easiest person to fool.

- Richard Feynman,
Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman, 1974

Quote found at the opening of Part II of The Believing Brain: From Ghosts and Gods to Politics and Conspiracies---How We Construct Beliefs and Reinforce Them as Truths

10 votes

Editorial: License plate readers violate citizens' privacy and create potential for abuse

By Editorial Board | Syracuse.com

The police are spying on you.

As staff writer Marnie Eisenstadt reported, 19 police agencies in Central New York are tracking your movements through the use of license plate readers mounted on the trunks of patrol cars. Plate numbers are immediately compared against a database of unregistered and stolen cars and owners with warrants out for their arrest. A "hit'' from a license plate reader even stopped a kidnapping in progress, says the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office.

What's wrong with that? Nothing, if it ends there.

But it doesn't end there. It's up to each police department, from tiny Jordan to Onondaga County, to decide how long to keep the data and how to use it. Privacy advocates are rightly worried that millions of records kept on innocent people may be stored indefinitely and used against them at some point in the future.

Even though the technology is not new, New York has no laws governing the use of plate readers and what is done with the data they collect. Legislators and Gov. Andrew Cuomo need to remedy that.

13 votes

In America, fear is growing that the police are getting out of control

Barely a week goes past without a terrible incident, and too often the police officer is white and the other people involved are black.

BY DAVID MILLWARD | 15 OCTOBER, 2014
The New Statesman

It should have been a routine traffic stop.

A motorist, who was not wearing her seatbelt, was pulled over. In less than 15 minutes the encounter ended with a police officer smashing an axe through the car window and using a Taser on the front seat passenger.

The incident would have gone unnoticed but for the fact that one of the woman’s two children in the back filmed the incident on his mobile phone.

This was just one of a series of confrontations between black Americans and white officers in recent months in which the police seem all too ready to respond with disproportionate force.

Unease about the police is not restricted to the liberal left.

10 votes

"Exit Portals". Just when I thought the airport security couldn't get any worse...

So now they have these one-way "airlocks" that you need to go through to exit the airports. What a great way to "detain" a suspicious individual. Just let them enter the portal and then don't let the exit door open. The fat goons don't have to run to catch you that way...

http://www.syrairport.org/faq/exit-portals-faq/

5 votes

FEMA Conducting Pandemic Drills in Region 2-New York Amidst Ebola Crisis

10-16-14
Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

In yet another curious coincidence surrounding the recent Ebola crisis, it appears that FEMA has been preparing for the appearance of a pandemic of deadly disease in the near future all along. 

4 votes

CIA Report Finds “Covert Aid” Abroad Rarely Has Any Impact

To Obama’s credit, before sending over arms to the Syrian rebels that America is still arming and training, he tasked the CIA with writing and researching whether or not it would actually do any good. The report that came back made the definitive conclusion that no, it didn’t do much good, especially if American troops weren’t actually on the ground supporting the effort. But there was one time that it did work! From the NYTimes:

5 votes

Ebola Crisis: WHO says major outbreak in West 'unlikely'

Just doing a little research for my story 'WHO yet to fug up on ebola crisis, seeks input from public' and found this:

http://m.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-29640470

39 votes

Rand Paul on cover of TIME: 'The Most Interesting Man in American Politics'

October 27, 2014 issue

http://time.com/magazine/
http://time.com/3512657/rand-paul-reinventions/
http://time.com/3512673/game-changer/

Subscription required to read it though, or you will have to get it on your local newsstand.

4 votes

Silver Nanoparticles as Potential Antiviral Agents

Abstract: Virus infections pose significant global health challenges, especially in view of the fact that the emergence of resistant viral strains and the adverse side effects associated with prolonged use continue to slow down the application of effective antiviral therapies. This makes imperative the need for the development of safe and potent alternatives to conventional antiviral drugs. In the present scenario, nanoscale materials have emerged as novel antiviral agents for the possibilities offered by their unique chemical and physical properties.

8 votes

Some Things More Likely to Kill You Than Ebola

OCTOBER 16, 2014
You want to feel afraid? Here are some things to be afraid of.

With the Ebola virus having now infected fully .0000006 percent of the American population, it's obviously time to panic, because you're probably going to die from it. But while you're panicking over Ebola, are there other things you should be fearing simultaneously, to really take your terror into the stratosphere? Why yes there are. And I've decided to make a chart, so you'll know just what to be afraid of.

4 votes

Old propaganda returns: evidence of torture in Syria by Assad (video)

*read the comments, people are not falling for it this time*

A U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum director says graphic photos showing the corpses of Syrian torture victims reveal a "systematic killing machine" that is reminiscent of the images from Nazi concentration camps.

Syndicate content