Twenty-one hours and 19 minutes after he rose to address the Senate chamber on Tuesday afternoon, Sen. Ted Cruz’s quasi-filibuster has ended. Having sustained the talk through the night — yielding only for questions from a band of Senate colleagues — Cruz wrapped up his case at noon, his powder blue tie loosened, and his… [Read More]
by Tad Cronn The public humiliation of President Obama continues. Just a few days after the Russians pulled out the rug from under Obama’s feet during his march to war in Syria, his Administration is being undercut again, with Bashar Assad now insisting that he will not hand over his chemical weapons unless Obama stops… [Read More]
Taylor Colwell Things got a little strange in the world of major newspaper websites this week, starting with the New York Times‘s website shutdown after their expose on the Clinton Foundation. Things got even weirder when visitors to the Washington Post‘s website were redirected to a sight belonging to Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian army. … [Read More]
WASHINGTON — President Obama has fled the White House for the peace and serenity of the beaches and golf links of Martha’s Vineyard, leaving behind a mess of polls with failure written all over them.
Story Leak – by Anthony Gucciardi It has been common knowledge to anyone paying attention within the alternative news community for years, but once again the media is now admitting that the US military and intelligence agencies are indeed running massive propaganda campaigns that cover a vast array of online networks. How many times now has… [Read More]
A Lightening War for Liberty – by Mike Some analysts and Congressional officials suggested Friday that emphasizing a terrorist threat now was a good way to divert attention from the uproar over the N.S.A.’s data-collection programs, and that if it showed the intercepts had uncovered a possible plot, even better. – NY Times article from… [Read More]
By: Raymond Ibrahim A recent New York Times article titled “Extremism Rises Among Myanmar’s Buddhists” offers important lessons on common sense and nonsense. Witten by one Thomas Fuller, it begins by telling of how After a ritual prayer atoning for past sins, Ashin Wirathu, a Buddhist monk with a rock-star following in Myanmar, sat before… [Read More]
Even President Obama has now given up on trying to make Americans like his health care policy. In an interview with The New York Times, President Obama said that he can’t turn around public opinion on Obamacare through a PR push, but instead people will begin to appreciate the law once it goes into affect…. [Read More]
It must be hard for young black males to always be viewed as criminals by people who notice crime statistics. We’ve jawboned that sad story for 40 years. Last week, President Obama ran it around the block again in another speech about himself in reaction to the George Zimmerman verdict. Let’s give that beloved chestnut… [Read More]
Secrets of the Fed 1. “In the next century, nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. National sovereignty wasn’t such a great idea after all.
In a better world we should never have been subjected to the Zimmerman trial. But politically motivated prosecutors in Florida turned a local tragedy into a race crime, and then the media turned a murder trial into a primetime soap opera. The trial accusing George Zimmerman of murdering Trayvon Martin wasn’t about seeking justice. It… [Read More]
BATR -by SARTRE How did it ever come down to abandoning peace keeping and accepting law enforcement by any means? Even the New York Times expresses alarm in, When the Police Go Military. “The Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 generally bars the military from law enforcement activities within the United States. But today, some local and… [Read More]