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Ferguson

December 17, 2014
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By by Andrew P. Napolitano Those disturbances also revealed the difficulties of hardworking black families trying to make decent lives for themselves by endeavoring to leave the inner cities and, as basketball player-turned-philosopher Charles Barkley stated, the opportunities of inner city “scumbags” willing to steal and pillage and incite for some temporary material or political…

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Pack vs herd vs lone individuals

December 10, 2014
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from Living Freedom by Claire Wolfe Yesterday Mike Vanderboegh re-printed a classic that I’d missed first time around even though it riffs on a classic of my own — asking that ever-pertinent question, “When is it time?” Mike uses the sorry example of the Weimar German Reichsbanner to show how even the prepared can tragically…

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no hesitation targets

December 8, 2014
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no hesitation targets

I first posted these as you and I are the targets March 9, 2013 at Idaholiberty.com It is a piece of the police state that has been growing from long before that, including equipping local police forces with military equipment (lyingly called “surplus”) and training appropriate for a hostile, occupying army. While mainstream media and…

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“It stops here.”

December 8, 2014
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 December 5, 2014 Claire Wolfe see the original: “It stops here.” at The Zelman Partisans “It stops here.” So declared Eric Garner, vendor of “loosies” — individual cigarettes sold to evade New York state and New York City’s deliberately punitive tobacco taxes. He continued, “I’m minding my business, officer. I’m minding my business. Please just…

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inside view of Ferguson protection

December 3, 2014
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inside view of Ferguson protection

The Ferguson Conundrum Solved By Community Security   This article comes from personalliberty.com by Brandon Smith Many times in the past I have discussed the concept of what I call the “non-participation principle,” but often people misinterpret what “non-participation” really entails. Such a strategy does not mean an individual activist or group simply refuses to…

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the WHY shows up

December 1, 2014
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the WHY shows up

Yesterday I assembled information and links to a number of glaring oddities surrounding the Ferguson protests, riots, arsons and responses. Clearly USofA federal agents are doing some of the damage and a lot of the stirring up (see Ferguson, protests, looting, violence). I could figure some of their motivations, but felt I was missing something.…

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Ferguson, protests, looting, violence

November 30, 2014
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Ferguson, protests, looting, violence

Riots, arson, militarized police, anti-police, racism … This is all over the mainstream news as well as the Internet. We know it goes beyond one cop killing one man. The Internet links it a lot more closely to the recent militarization of police forces in the USofA, as well as the “no hesitation targets” and…

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Is police violence structural?

November 29, 2014
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Is police violence structural?

Ferguson Reexamined By Paul Craig Roberts PaulCraigRoberts.org Few, if any, of the correct questions were asked in the grand jury hearing to decide whether policeman Darren Wilson would be indicted for killing Michael Brown. The most important unexamined question is whether police are trained to use force immediately as a first resort before they assess…

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most powerful medicine

November 2, 2014
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most powerful medicine

The article below is a stunning, absolute WOW! It pulls together disparate facts I’ve been reading about, experiencing and even writing a bit about since my first ever letter to the editor, which was against Nixon’s newly announced “War On Drugs” in my late teens. Nathan Kleffman created and published an investigative look at the…

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the real threat Ebola presents

October 8, 2014
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I am more troubled by Ebola than anything else mainstream media is shoving in faces of the masses. I fear THEY are really onto something this time. It takes very little imagination to see a rather short, sharp timeline between now and nation-wide martial law. The rather obvious progression marshals all of those recently overly-armed…

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eboloa puzzle

October 3, 2014
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eboloa puzzle

While ebola is busy dominating the mainstream media, I thought I’d take a few minutes (okay, writing these things takes 50-times longer than reading them, but I quibble here) to put some puzzle pieces on the table. Assemble them together however you like. … For a couple of decades, the USofA biological warfare department has…

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license to kill roaming the streets

September 4, 2014
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license to kill roaming the streets

Police shoot 13-year-old boy while walking home with toy rifle “Today is the day you may need to kill someone in order to go home,” Andy’s killer wrote in S.W.A.T. Magazine Posted on October 23, 2013 by Site Staff in News SANTA ROSA, CA — An innocent boy faced a deadly encounter with police when…

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protecting us from umbrellas and cameramen

August 27, 2014
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protecting us from umbrellas and cameramen

A histerical California gun phobe called the police reporting a man with a rifle strolling on the University of San Marcos campus. The trained, enthusiastic, protectors of the peace responded with a SWAT team and campus lockdown. They should have sent A Peace Officer to investigate. You DO remember when we hired peace officers instead…

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dead, stupid spart-phones

August 22, 2014
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The Government Can Kill Your Smartphone California thinks a “kill switch” on your smartphone will protect you. Here’s why you should be terrified. Most Californians probably think their government was looking out for them when it passed SB962. The legislation requires phone manufacturers to install a “kill switch” in all smartphones sold in the state.…

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police state

August 21, 2014
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police state

The National Guard protects Ferguson’s police, not its people Backing a militarized police force with civilian soldiers makes a mockery of the right to protest On August 16, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon called National Guard troops into Ferguson to “ensure the safety and welfare of the citizens.” This call came amid international debate over the…

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Ferguson – the big picture

August 17, 2014
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Ferguson – the big picture

Oh, the Things We Choose Not to See! By Claire Wolfe, August 16th 2014 JPFO writer contributor, © 2014.   A week ago, most likely you’d never heard of Ferguson, Missouri. Now, you’re probably sick of hearing about the aftermath of policeman Darren Wilson’s killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown — events that made Ferguson the…

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math exercise

August 3, 2014
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math exercise

I’m putting together some factors. Decide for yourself what adds up and what doesn’t. For this math exercise, definitely don’t overlook what DIVIDES. That’s been one of their most important tricks… mainstream media, legislators, etcetera, continue to subdivide the peasants into black, brown, gay, gun-guys, this religion or that… on and on. Can’t have ya’ll…

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ebola – behind the headlines

August 1, 2014
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ebola – behind the headlines

Ebola 2: here come the “global pandemic” promoters by Jon Rappoport Now in the UK, the government has absurdly decided it wants to hunt for 30,000 people who might have “come in contact” with air traveler Patrick Sawyer, who is said to have died from Ebola. At first, the search was going to be aimed…

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Gun Confiscation Begins in New York

July 10, 2014
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Gun Confiscation Begins in New York

Dear Conservative, It is with a heavy heart that I inform you that the war over the Second Amendment has come to a boil in New York State. For weeks, we have been receiving rumors that New York State Police had begun confiscating firearms from citizens. Under the unconstitutional “SAFE Act,” the State of New…

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Edward Snowden

July 10, 2014
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Edward Snowden

Snowden Speaks: A Vanity Fair Exclusive By Vanity Fair Photo Illustration by Sean McCabe. “Every person remembers some moment in their life where they witnessed some injustice, big or small, and looked away, because the consequences of intervening seemed too intimidating,” former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden tells Vanity Fair about his motivation for…

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Crime Pays and the American Gulag

July 6, 2014
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Crime Pays and the American Gulag

“Every day on Wall Street, money is stolen, embezzled, burgled, and robbed. But the mechanisms of those thefts are often so arcane and idiosyncratic that they don’t fit neatly into the criminal code, which is written for the dumb crimes committed by common stick-up artists and pickpockets.” – Matt Taibbi, The Divide: American Injustice in…

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for sale: ocean front property in Kansas

June 25, 2014
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for sale: ocean front property in Kansas

reminder: The IRS got caught in targeted attacks on enemies of The State (felony criminal acts). Congress decided to investigate. This is all about that investigation. Breaking: IRS “Loses” Lois Lerner Emails! Dear Conservative, The IRS has fought tooth and nail to stall and hold out on surrendering Lois Lerner’s emails to Congressional committees. First,…

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snap decisions

June 11, 2014
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snap decisions

Much like what is going on at a global and national level, this Saint Louis family faced unpleasant, ugly, potentially fatal choices. The criminals wanted protection from those who would defend themselves. A gun to the daughter’s head seemed like it would suffice. The defenders had to guess intentions and probable results on-the-fly, but it…

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the republic is dead

April 15, 2014
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the republic is dead

Oligarchy, not democracy: Americans have ‘near-zero’ input on policy   The first-ever scientific study that analyzes whether the US is a democracy, rather than an oligarchy, found the majority of the American public has a “minuscule, near-zero, statistically non-significant impact upon public policy” compared to the wealthy. The study, due out in the Fall 2014…

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Bundy Ranch: round 1 to the good guys

April 13, 2014
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Bundy Ranch: round 1 to the good guys

We won round 1. These people dropped everything, drove to an obscure ranch in Nevada and were told over BLM loudspeakers, Go away. We will shoot you. We will kill you. They stayed. They approached the line. They crossed the line. What kind of people are these? The kind I want in my community, that’s…

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