23 votes

FDA Reveals Shocking Statements On Vaccines

“Adverse events reported during post-approval use of Tripedia vaccine include idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea. Events were included in this list because of the seriousness or frequency of reporting.“ [emphasis added]

It makes you wonder: How many doctors administering these vaccines have actually taken the time to read the insert? An interesting fact to point out is the rise of autism. Here is a figure straight off the CDC's official website

23 votes

Ukrainian Troops Disregard Orders: "Refuse to Shoot Own People"


Dozens of army troops sent to the eastern Ukrainian city of Slavyansk for an “anti-terrorist operation” refused to follow orders and surrendered their weapons and armored vehicles. Some troops openly voiced support for the eastern Ukrainians.

19 votes

Victory: Student Charged with a Felony After Recording His Own Bullies Will No Longer Have Case Pursued By District Attorney

10 days after Benswann.com was the first media in the nation to report the case of Christian Stanfield, the 15 year old Pennsylvania sophomore who was convicted of disorderly conduct for recording bullies, we have now learned of a new twist in the case.


As we were first to report, Stanfield used his school approved iPad to record a 7 minute incident where bullies mocked and used incredibly vulgar language to berate him during a special education math class. Stanfield says this kind of bullying has gone on throughout the entire school year and made the recording to prove to his mother that the bullying was truly happening.

11 votes

Montana Candidate For US House "Shoots Down Gov't Drone" In Ad

Matt Rosendale is a state senator in Montana and is one of five Republican candidates running for Montana's at-large seat in the House. In an ad for the upcoming primary Rosendale demonstrates his dislike of federal government overreaching and spying by picking up a rifle and "shooting" down a "government drone".




30 votes

FedGov is a mooch, not Bundy

A lot of comments online are centering around Bundy being some kind of deadbeat rancher because he isn't paying BLM fees. They say he owes the federal government money. He doesn't have a contract with the BLM and this isn't a tax obligation. If he isn't receiving land management services from the BLM, he should not feel an obligation to pay. If BLM believes they are providing a service, then they should collect the same way any business would such as liens, etc. This is all sort of a side point though.

31 votes

Rand Needs to Challenge Peter King To a Very Public Debate

After King was quoted as saying Rand is not capable of having an intelligent debate, the challenge was thrown down.

It's time for Rand to go after the ROT of the republican party.

Rand must realize (if he doesn't already), that his BIGGEST HURDLE to a nomination in 2016 is the REPUBLICAN PARTY ITSELF.

NOW is the time Rand - Don't let King go on major network media and slam your name like he's been doing - without consequence.

39 votes

The BLM Impoundment Plan, Who Prepared It, and Their Scrubbed Contact Information

After digging around the BLM Nevada website [before it went down!], I stumbled across a document titled:

Environmental Assessment - Gold Butte, Mormon Mesa, and Bunkerville Flats Temporary Land Closure, Placement of Temporary Corrals, and Impoundment of Trespass Cattle
(82 pgs - 27MB)

Here are few sections from that document and a list of the people who prepared it. Below, you can see that their contact info was scrubbed from BLM's website.

12 votes

Oath Keepers Update On Bundy Ranch: "All Clear" And Status of Ongoing Guard Duty Rotations ~ Wed - Apr 16th

NOTE: First, at the moment things are quiet here. 99% of the rumors on the internet are either blatantly false or wildly inaccurate. No strong presence of federal agents has been seen. Remnants of BLM's recent sojourn here are still present, such as the lights they had put up at their "field-headquarters" and no doubt we are under surveillance of all kinds, but there is no overt, visible massing of federal law enforcement.

25 votes

"Kill switch" to be standard on U.S. cell phones in 2015

Under the guise of protecting cell phone owners from theft or loss of their phones, a new standard will be mandatory in phones manufactured after July 2015.

It will require cell phones to have a "kill switch" meaning any phone can be remotely shut down and all data wiped clean from it.

All well and good in case your phone is lost or stolen I guess, BUT...isn't this convenient for a government which might want to curtail communication and interaction among citizens?

Oh paranoid me...but I'm just sayin'...

Here's the story:

15 votes

How to Deal with a Bully According to a Nebraska Elementary School

Fifth grade students at Zeman Elementary School in Lincoln, Neb., were recently sent home with a “flyer” outlining how they should handle bullies. The instructions were apparently deemed so ridiculous by parents that the school district quickly issued an apology and the “inaccurate information” was pulled.

That was after the nine “rules” for dealing with bullies went viral, of course.

Here are some of the more questionable ones:

11 votes

Missouri Senate Panel Approves Nullification of Federal Gun Laws

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., April 16, 2014 – By a 5-2 party-line vote yesterday, a Missouri senate committee passed House Bill 1439 (HB1439), the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act. This is an “emergency” bill that seeks to nullify virtually every federal gun control measure on the books, “whether past, present or future.” Introduced by Rep. Doug Funderburk (R-St. Charles), it previously passed the state house by a vote of 110-36.

18 votes

Peter King: Rand Paul Isn't ‘Capable’ of Having ‘an Intelligent Debate’


In the latest round of the Peter King–Rand Paul squabble, the New York congressman doubted the Kentucky senator’s interest, or even ability, to have a reasonable debate on the issue of national security.

On Wednesday’s Morning Joe, King accused Paul of “expedience paranoia” by taking fears of drones and the National Security Agency to a “hysterical level.”


11 votes

Rand Paul Op Ed in WaPo: Where I stand on containing Iran

By Rand Paul
April 15, 2014

I am not for containment in Iran. Let me repeat that, since no one seems to be listening closely: I am unequivocally not for containing Iran.

I am also not for announcing that the United States should never contain Iran. That was the choice I was given a few months ago and is the scenario being misunderstood by some in the news.

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