Holder Stooge Trying to Coordinate IRS Coverup Accidentally Calls Darrell Issa’s Office, Hilarity EnsuesSubmitted by JO4RP on Tue, 09/09/2014 - 18:32
The Justice Department tried to coordinate with congressional Democrats to shape media coverage of the IRS’s improper scrutiny of conservative groups, according to a top House Republican.
Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) said in a Monday letter to Attorney General Eric Holder that a senior Justice press official, apparently seeking staffers for Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), mistakenly called Issa’s aides on Friday.
In this exciting new Dark Journalist episode, he is joined by best-selling author Dick Russell, who co-authored several volumes on American conspiracy with Former Governor Jesse Ventura. He also wrote the ultimate classic volume on the JFK Assassination, "The Man Who Knew Too Much."
Hoping to solicit "no" votes...
Rape may represent the greatest possible violation against a human being except, perhaps, for murder.
Any decent person sympathizes with the intent of those who would seek to prevent it by any reasonable means. Moreover, there are plenty of statistics regarding the prevalence of rape in our society – mostly, but not exclusively against women – that indicate a moral and cultural epidemic that must be addressed. I, like far too many people, am close to more than one victim of this evil and so nothing I write here is written lightly.
But I am genuinely concerned about what has recently occurred in California with a view to tackling the crime of rape on college campuses. As is so often the case when the details of behavior are legislated in reaction to the actions of the worst people among us, the results are likely to be much less noble than the intention, because the legislation eliminates the most general rights that should be enjoyed by everyone at all times, to protect a few people some of the time.
Late last week, the first state bill to require colleges to adopt an “affirmative consent” model in their sexual assault policies passed the California senate unanimously.
"The truth is that the State is a conspiracy designed not only to exploit, but above all to corrupt its citizens ... Henceforth, I shall never serve any government anywhere."
Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy has been wished a happy 186th birthday by today’s Google Doodle.
Tolstoy was born on 9 September 1828 and died from pneumonia at Astapovo train station aged 82 in 1910.
I’d like to share a discussion I was part of over this last weekend. The discussion involved a few family members and centered on the policies of Obama and the “Isolationism” of Rand Paul. There was also mention of the half-wittedness of Ron Paul and his “fear of getting involved in foreign conflicts”. The topper was when Ron Paul came up. There was no discussion of how his policies differed from Obama or Romney or any reference to his changing of the political discussion to include more than the status quo talking points.
by MATTHEW BOYLE 9 Sep 2014, 8:37 AM PDT
Headed to New Hampshire Friday for a sold out event in Manchester, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said he’ll be making a decision about whether he’ll run for president by the spring next year.
“My wife and I are still talking about it, and we’ve agreed to continue talking about it, but I don’t think there will be a final decision made until the spring,” Paul said in a phone interview Monday evening.
WikiLeaks: US Ambassador to Russia's 2008 Memo to Joint Chiefs of Staff scripting a 'Paint by Numbers' Ukraine CivilWar!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Tue, 09/09/2014 - 14:31
History, literally scripted. But...but...but... thermonuclear WW3, 'cause: Putin!
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 09/09/2014 11:21 -0400
Think the deadly events in a civil-war ridden Ukraine are proceeding unscripted, and without US supervision and/or direction? Think again.
The United States controls a vast overseas empire complete with 900 military bases in over 100 countries. This empire asserts its authority over nearly every corner of the Earth, steals the natural resources of third-world nations, and ensures profits for large American corporations. Essentially, the United States is waging imperial wars against oil-rich nations in order to direct the flow of natural resources in these countries towards U.S. investors.
The liberty movement has a new dominant demographic.
At Townhall, Rachel Burger writes that there is a surprising surge of libertarianism among Hispanic Americans and that this group is second in number only to whites, a Pew Research study shows.
Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul poses with a supporter after addressing the group “Hispanics in Politics” in Las Vegas in 2012
The average price of silver in 1980: $20.63 per ounce
Silver Price Today $18.91 per ounce!
In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s the primary uses of silver were for photography, jewelry, silverware and investment, which was limited to the west as India was a very poor third world country and post Mao Zedong China was a Communist economic backwater.
Today investment demand for silver is nearly 40%, its primary industrial uses are solar energy and electronics. India and China are major consumers of silver.
Vaccine fraud? What about psychiatric fraud? Staggering.
by Jon Rappoport
This is an article about the intentional construction of false reality.
Not a minor construction—a huge, enduring, institutional, wing-flapping, money-munching, poison-dispensing, Matrix-welding, yet “humanity-saving” invention.
In the wake of CDC whistleblower William Thompson’s confession that he buried a vaccine-autism connection, some people reacted with shock—as if this was the first case of rank fraud that had ever taken place within the hallowed halls of medical research.
Well Daily Paul, we discussed it, we knew it would be brought up, and here they go.
"Free money for everyone!
With weak job growth, rising poverty, and the rich continuing to devour nearly all economic growth, it's an idea that is gaining more credence. Arguments for a universal basic income (UBI) — in which everyone without exception would receive an equal stipend — have flourished in policy-centric areas of the internet, including The Week. Advocates of UBI see it as a blunter, more effective means of reducing poverty and shrinking the inequality gap."