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The Pretend President

The Pretend President

    The man who occupies the White House is only pretending to be president. He clearly loves the title and the power, but he doesn’t want to actually do the job. Between golf games, he likes to give speeches, bask in the attention of various sycophants at fundraisers, and hobnob with vapid celebrities, but […]

Bring it (Ebola) on… Over

Bring it (Ebola) on… Over

   

A missed briefing here and there

A missed briefing here and there

Character Matters, Ideology Shouldn’t

Character Matters, Ideology Shouldn’t

    President Obama sits in the White House in no small part because of his criticisms of President Bush for relying on bad intelligence and lying.  So there’s some irony in Obama’s false claim that our intelligence services have mislead him in their assessment of the ISIS threat. But irony aside, dosage President Obama’s […]

Why countering the DUI checkpoints could be the key to restoration of our liberty

Why countering the DUI checkpoints could be the key to restoration of our liberty

Editor’s note:  We are presenting a three part op-ed on the Unconstitutionally of DUI checkpoints. This is part three.  Mr. Boyer is a community activist and proponent of the 4th Amendment.  We invite opposing views from all quarters, including law enforcement.     By Bruce Boyer Countering a checkpoint could be the key for the […]

Voter Fraud? You Bet There Is!

Voter Fraud? You Bet There Is!

      By Micheal Greer You’ve heard leftist pundits claim that Conservatives want Voter ID because they want to “disenfranchise minorities”. They say we are trying to solve a problem that doesn’t exist. They say there is no voter fraud, therefore, Conservatives must be racist. See how that works? Right out of Saul Alinsky’s […]

“Tracking Ebola contacts”: call in the Surveillance State

“Tracking Ebola contacts”: call in the Surveillance State

            By Jon Rappoport Now that the US has its own “Ebola case number 1” in isolation at a Dallas hospital, it can swing into gear tracking his/her contacts, and the contacts of those contacts. Never mind that “case number 1” is unproven as an Ebola carrier (see my previous […]

Why “checkpoints’ are a violation of our 4th Amendment rights

Why “checkpoints’  are a violation of our 4th Amendment rights

Editor’s note:  We are presenting a three part op-ed on the Unconstitutionally of DUI checkpoints. This is part two.  Mr. Boyer is a community activist and proponent of the 4th Amendment.  We invite opposing views from all quarters, including law enforcement.     By Bruce Boyer Our rights as enumerated in our Bill of Rights […]

For alert minds: the art of the covert narrative

For alert minds: the art of the covert narrative

            By Jon Rappoport “Build it and they will come. Build a false narrative and people will come in droves.” The Underground, Jon Rappoport When a researcher or an investigator suspects he is looking at an artificial narrative, a storyline that is floated to achieve a hidden agenda, he has […]

Why “DUI checkpoints” are not cost-effective or necessary to remove drunk drivers

Why “DUI checkpoints” are not cost-effective or necessary to remove drunk drivers

Editor’s note:  We are presenting a three part op-ed on the Unconstitutionally of DUI checkpoints.  Mr. Boyer is a community activist and proponent of the 4th Amendment.  We invite opposing views from all quarters, including law enforcement.     By Bruce Boyer The ostensible reason for DUI checkpoints is a good reason — to remove […]