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Peter Kirsanow, a member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, penned a letter to Barack Obama on Tuesday, urging him to consider the effect any executive action granting amnesty to illegal aliens will have on black Americans, a demographic that has fared especially poorly since Obama entered the White House.
Despite CIA Director John Brennan’s assurances to the contrary, it turns out that some members of the CIA did hack into computers of the Senate Intelligence Committee. When the charges were first aired, Brennan dismissed them as “spurious allegations that are totally unsupported by facts.”
Wayne Gorsek was living the American dream, but he isn’t anymore. Today, Gorsek has a new story and a message every American needs to hear. Unfortunately, his updated story is proof positive that no recovery is coming and no middle class jobs rebound is possible.
The Federal government has declared that there is a new leaker exposing surveillance secrets after The Intercept revealed Tuesday that almost half of the 680,000 people on the government’s terrorist watchlist have no known ties to terror.
An absolutely monumental shift is in process that most have not recognized yet. The truth, or at least some truth, is about to be shown to the American masses about 9/11.
Twenty-three years ago, President George H.W. Bush spoke of his vision for a new world order. While many people still sell NWO conspiracy theories in detail (except for their lack of evidence), societies are fracturing at the regional, national and international levels.
As the new school year begins, many school districts have again begun another round of grousing about how they’ll handle the difficult and unpopular food restrictions championed by first lady Michelle Obama.
It’s begun: doctors turning away patients covered under the Affordable Care Act because the physicians aren’t being reimbursed at a rate that allows them to “keep the lights on.”
On June 27, The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Greenpeace and the Tenth Amendment Center joined forces to fly a 135-foot-long airship bearing a downturned arrow and the words “Illegal Spying Below” over the National Security Agency’s $1.2-billion data center in Bluffdale, Utah. The action was an attempt to draw attention to government spying and StandAgainstSpying.org, a […]
Farmers and the EPA are at war over a proposed rule change that the EPA says will bring a tiny fraction of waterways under Clean Water Act jurisdiction but that farm groups — and Republicans in general — say is a major Federal land grab and would bring “every drop” of water under EPA authority.