Politics

Indiana legalizes shooting cops

Hold onto your holsters, folks: shooting a cop dead is now legal in the state of Indiana. Governor Mitch Daniels, a Republican, has authorized changes to a 2006 legislation that legalizes the use of deadly force on a public servant — including an officer of the law — in cases …

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Vladimir Putin nemesis of the New World Order

Mother Russia is a much different country from the Stalin gulags. With all the faults of a long tradition of authoritarian rule, it is natural for observers in the West to be suspect of the latest would be Czar. The remnants of the cold war linger with concerns of the …

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Farage on the Spanish bailout: “a reinforcement of failure”

While the short-term benefits can be weighed against any long-term solution a number of ways, Nigel Farage provides not just the most colorful summation of situation but also the most succinct when he refers to the ‘madness’ of ‘intervention to keep the Euro alive’ as “reinforcement of failure”. The better, and …

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Mitt Romney attended Bilderberg 2012

A banner welcomes Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to the 2012 Bilderberg conference. What a Bilderberg it’s been. Big names, big money, big decisions, big crowds. Somewhere around 800 activists outside the gates (up from about a dozen in 2009), and inside? Well, here’s what we learned. A Mitt Romney attendance? Four eyewitnesses on …

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Illinois Rep. explodes over tyranny on house floor

Mike Bost is sorry about only one thing in his infamous rant on the floor of the Illinois House. Only one misgiving about the tirade now viral on YouTube, in which he shouts at the top of his lungs, tosses paper in the air and yells, “Let my people go!” …

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Mubarak gets life in jail for mass murder

The former Egyptian president was charged with murder and attempted murder in connection with the killing of 225 anti-government demonstrators and wounding of more than 1,800 in January last year. His co-defendant security chiefs were acquitted. Nearly 900 protesters were killed during the 18-day popular uprising that pushed Mubarak from …

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Top Mitt Romney and Obama donors: update

As Mitt Romney speaks on TV, we thought it may be prudent to present an update of the key donors to the Romney presidential campaign. Then again, here is Obama: So on one hand Wall Street, and on the other Law Firms, the Government, and Academia – the four sides of the Status …

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Bilderberg plots Ron Paul assassination

Inside sources have leaked to Jim Tucker the fact that the Bilderberg group would like to see Congressman Ron Paul dead, suggesting he could end up like Congressman Larry McDonald. His mysterious death by plane crash was noted, while McDonald himself served as prototype and inspiration for Ron Paul’s political career. Here’s Jim …

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ACTA rejected by EU Parliament committees in crucial vote

The European Parliament has opposed the controversial ACTA treaty, after three of its influential committees said the trade agreement should be rejected. The Legal Affairs Committee (JURI), the Committee for Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) and the Committee for Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) all voted against implementing …

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