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Oppostion Marches in Moscow; Bullets for the Ukraine

John Ransom,   While Vladimir Putin remains firmly entrenched in power in the Kremlin, opposition forces marched in the tens of thousands in the streets of Moscow according to journalists. The marchers chanted demanding an end to Putin’s power in Russia after the assassination of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov was gun down on the streets […] Continue reading →

The Squabble Over Bibi’s Speech

Jeff Jacoby,   Charlie Rose wasn’t sure he’d heard right. National Security Advisor Susan Rice, his guest on PBS, was lamenting that the controversy over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s forthcoming speech to Congress had “injected a degree of partisanship” into the traditionally bipartisan US-Israel relationship. That’s not only “unfortunate,” said Rice. “It’s destructive of the […] Continue reading →

Mr. President, Your Summit Had it Wrong

Michael Youssef,  Mr. President, Your recent summit to “Counter Violent Extremism” was flawed from the start—beginning with its name. Extremism is indeed a threat (especially a threat to Christians), but that is not what we face when confronting ISIS. On that issue, I’m afraid you’re confused. First let’s look at the definition of extremists: namely, […] Continue reading →

Adm. James Lyons Explains Obama, Muslim Brotherhood & ISIS Almost to the Depths

Arlen Williams, This morning, Andrea Shea King conducted a brief (half-hour) and for the only major media -informed, very revelatory interview with retired Admiral James A. Lyons. It concerned the realities of Barack Hussein Obama, Muslim Brotherhood’s Obama-accelerated but longstanding infiltration of American halls of power, the use of the U.S. Department of State, and […] Continue reading →

US appeals court: Marathon bombing trial can stay in Boston

 The trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev can stay in Massachusetts, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. A three-judge panel of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said any high-profile case would receive significant media attention but that knowledge of such case “does not equate to disqualifying prejudice.” “Distinguishing between the two […] Continue reading →

Putin Reveals Possession Of 9/11 Satellite Imagery Evidence Proving USA Government Complicity In False Flag Attack

Michael Thomas, State of the Nation Pravda: “Putin Threatens to Release Satellite Evidence of 9/11&Prime  This press release is perhaps the single most explosive revelation ever covered by State of the Nation. There is no story bigger than 9/11 as far as the U.S. Federal Government is concerned. Simply put, it is and has been their […] Continue reading →

Protests Planned: Americans Revolt Against Torture Black Sites

Protest planned for secretive police-run black site. ‘Gestapo’ tactics at US police ‘black site’ ring alarm from Chicago to Washington. The US Department of Justice and embattled mayor Rahm Emanuel are under mounting pressure to investigate allegations of what one politician called “CIA or Gestapo tactics” at a secretive Chicago police facility exposed by the […] Continue reading →

Southeast US digs out after winter storm pounding

 The southeastern U.S. was digging out Thursday from a barrage of winter weather that snarled traffic, cut power to hundreds of thousands and led to mass flight delays and cancellations. Wet, heavy snow snapped tree limbs and cut power lines in North Carolina, Reuters reported, leaving more than 200,000 Duke Energy customers without electricity at […] Continue reading →

The Cost of NSA Spying On the U.S. Economy Is “Incalculable”

Washington’s Blog,  Spying Is Destroying the U.S. Economy. We’ve thoroughly documented that unnecessary spying by the U.S. government is costing the American tech sector many billions of dollars … and the U.S. economy as a whole hundreds of billions of dollars. Things just got a lot worse … ZDNet notes today: China is no longer using high-profile US technology brands for […] Continue reading →

Some of the US Conservative Leaders and Legends

Celebrated Conservative Politicians  A look at the elected leaders whose conservative contributions have become legendary and those who who continue to define the current conservative landscape. Profiles, biographies, information and current news about longtime and emerging US conservative leaders, historical figures, notable people and opinion-makers. Lousiana Governor Bobby Jindal US Senator Marco Rubio Dr. Condoleezza […] Continue reading →

Betrayal Papers Part 2: In Plain Sight: A National Security “Smoking Gun”

TMH, NoisyRoom.Net  The first article of the Betrayal Papers asserted that the Muslim Brotherhood was not only influential in the United States government, but in fact dominated the administration of President Barack Hussein Obama. This article will name several key people who were or are in the Obama administration and who have various, documented associations with […] Continue reading →