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I don't know if anyone has noticed but at the startup page of Mozilla Firefox there is a link to a petition to stop the NSA from spying on us. It reads, "Security and privacy are not optional. Stand with a broad coalition to demand that the NSA stop watching us: stopwatching.us" I thought that this was pretty cool seeing as this is a popular browser and all. It has been pretty successful so far with over 232,000 signatures. If you wanted to sign it here is the link: https://optin.stopwatching.us/ Just wanted to inform you all.
Russian marine and air power head for Syria versus Western intervention – “to defend Russian citizens,” says Moscow
“This is a hotbed of neurosis and psychosis!” - Russell Brand
Yesterday we were all treated to a viral video of Russell Brand getting a wee bit ranty on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe”. After feeling slighted by the attitude of host Mika Brzezinksi – daughter of world-shaping neocon Zbigniew Brzezinski (I wonder how she got that MSNBC gig???) – Brand decided to take control of the interview and openly mock the Mainstream Talking Heads surrounding him on all sides.
Ron Paul on "Alex Jones" - Infowars.com - 11:30am CT, 6/19/13
Ron Paul begins at 21:28 mark
On this guest-packed Wednesday, June 19 edition of the Alex Jones Show, former Congressman Ron Paul joins us to discuss the NSA's constitutional infringements and other privacy scandals
I've paid some money to attend a July 3rd private luncheon with Rand Paul here in Scott County (Georgetown), KY. I'll be one of 20 people. We are able to ask Rand any questions we'd like.
If anybody wants a question asked, please let me know, and I'll plan on asking him directly. And I will definitely mention the Daily Paul.
I've been coming to the DP for 5 years, 5 months (at least), and this is my first post.
If you have any question you're itching to ask Rand, here's your chance.
Former congressman says that precious metals will literally become priceless
Steve Watson | Infowars.com | June 19, 2013
Appearing on CNBC yesterday, former Congressman Ron Paul warned that if the US continues on its current course, the dollar will collapse, and gold will literally be priceless.
“Eventually, if we’re not carefully, it will go to infinity, because the dollar will collapse totally,” Paul said on CNBC.com’s Futures Now.
Here's a column I wrote for Ether Zone in 2002.
TWA 800 – THE COVER UP THEORY GETS NEW WINGS | 5-31-02
As reported recently by Bill Gertz in the Washington Times, portable missiles are believed to have been smuggled into the United States for the purpose of shooting down civilian airliners in flight.
The rest of the day following the report, the cable news networks were downplaying the news as being vague and unreliable. Typical.
Stossel Admits To O’Reilly He’s Okay With NSA Snooping: Libertarians Calling Me ‘Traitor’
Libertarian pundit John Stossel admitted to Bill O’Reilly tonight that he can’t join in the libertarian outrage over the NSA surveilling Americans’ private communications because it just doesn’t bother him that much. He argued that privacy is already being violated en masse by large companies like Google and Facebook. O’Reilly challenged him, saying that there should be cause for concern due to potential government abuse like in the case of the IRS.
Neocon WaPo blogger melts down over Rand's statements on Edward Snowden: "Why is Rand Paul praising a traitor?"Submitted by ron_paul_is_awesome on Wed, 06/19/2013 - 10:50
Jennifer Rubin from the Washington Post, she does not think too kindly of Rand's recent statement on Edward Snowden, describing them as "nutty", "bizarre", "outlandish", and "mind-boggling"... also saying that Rand should excuse himself from the Senate and he is not be trusted with the Presidency. Read this for some good lulz:
Further confirmation that Rand is doing great work in the senate when neocon Rubin eviscerates you in such a way.
Q: Those are pretty strong words... Was the reason for your column to inflame or provoke discussion?
A: It was not to do either. It was to make clear that there is a consistent trend on the part of people who attack the United States either with an attempt, or successfully... which is that they all cite the same thing... which is that the United States has continued to drone, bomb, invade, occupy, imprison and torture countless people in the Muslim world... and that people in that part of the world and (other) Muslims who identify with it, have concluded that the only way to make that stop, the only way to fulfill their notions of justice... is to bring violence to the United States... so that Americans (themselves) can see the effects of that which they're causing in other parts of the world.... and I think we need to face up to what it is that we're doing to inflame this problem, and continue to motivate the anti-American sentiment that causes terrorism in the first place.
By Dr. Mercola
Make no mistake, there is a well orchestrated campaign underway to take away your rights and access to vitamins and supplements.
You have likely witnessed the recent flurry of articles from doctors with scary headlines like "Don't Take Your Vitamins" written by Paul Offit. Senator Dick Durbin has taken a leading role as well.
Senator Durbin was also a sponsor for the SOPA / PIPA act, which would give the government even more power to censor and control the internet. You would think it would be impossible at this point to have MORE control, considering the recent leaks regarding the NSA.
There is no satiating the hunger for more power in our federal government. Politicians will scare you about sugary beverages loaded with caffeine as examples of the dangerous and 'unregulated' supplement industry.
Meanwhile, consumers load up at Starbucks and other coffee shops - where they can easily down cups and cups of this 'dangerous' substance. You don't see Durbin beating down the door of Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts, even though coffee is the primary source where most people get their caffeine fix.
Joint Chiefs of Staff rejected ludicrous rush to war
Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars.com | June 19, 2013
US Secretary of State John Kerry called for “immediate” air strikes on Syria last week following the Obama administration’s claim that President Bashar Al-Assad had used chemical weapons, a rush to war that was soundly rejected by the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
After Kerry called for Syrian airfields to be attacked, the “Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey “threw a series of brushback pitches at Kerry, demanding to know just exactly what the post-strike plan would be and pointing out that the State Department didn’t fully grasp the complexity of such an operation,” reports YNet News.
After an Easy Hearing, the NSA and FBI are Ready for a Drink
Alexander: Thank you, Sean.
Joyce: Good to see you.
Alexander: Tell your boss … tell your boss I owe him another friggin' beer.
Joyce: Tell him to give it to me.
Alexander: (laughs) You want him to give it to you?