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Veteran’s Day | Heritage Explains VOTER FRAUD

Veteran’s Day | Heritage Explains VOTER FRAUD

EDITORIAL COMMENT | Citizens Journal: Happy Veterans Day to everyone who has served or is serving in our military forces. It is because of YOU that our great Republic’s diverse citizenry are able to participate in our democratic voting process. Your decision to serve protects us and preserves our right to vote which, according to […]

James O’Keefe Releases Video II: Rigging the Election – Mass Voter Fraud

James O’Keefe Releases Video II: Rigging the Election –  Mass Voter Fraud

By Project Veritas Published on Oct 18, 2016 In the second video of James O’Keefe’s new Project Veritas explosive series on the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign, Democratic party operatives tell us how to successfully commit voter fraud on a massive scale. Scott Foval, who has since been fired, admits that the Democrats have been […]

Project Veritas releases first video on investigation of Clinton campaign and allies

By Project Veritas Editor’s note: James O’Keefe, head of activist investigative journalist group Project Veritas promised last week that they would release proof of unethical and possibly illegal campaign activities. Here is the first installment, which is shocking in its audacity and scope of what is revealed.  It is mostly in the words of the actual […]

Precious metals guru exposes JP Morgan scheme, predicts huge price explosion

Precious metals guru exposes JP Morgan scheme, predicts huge price explosion

Editor’s note: Silver investment guru Ted Butler has discussed market manipulations before, but has now summarized what he believes to be the biggest precious metals investment coup in history- JP Morgan having accumulated a 500 million ounce hoard of silver, at bargain prices, via a vast manipulation of the silver market using its privileged position. He predicts […]

Who won the debate? — a week’s perspective

Who won the debate? — a week’s perspective

By George Miller “Who won the debate?” Almost everyone knows which debate I’m talking about, just as sports fans at work or school the next morning always know which game is being discussed when someone asks “what did you think about “the game?” The debate, of course, was the first Democrat presidential candidate debate, which took place […]