Reader Harassed By Cops Over "Militia" Fears
An Infowars reader was stopped and harassed by Kansas Highway police
on Thursday night for the crime of displaying political bumper stickers,
with cops expressing fears of affiliations with "militia groups,"
another frightening example of how police are being trained to treat
any form of peaceful dissent as a sign of domestic terror.
Global Elite Kill Polish President Kaczynski?
Damian Thompson, writing for the Daily Telegraph, says there will be
plenty of conspiracy theories floating around cyberspace in response
to the death of Polish president Lech Kaczynski and a large number of
Polish VIPs in a plane crash last week.
under privacy microscope
Regulators globally are grappling with a conundrum: how to contend with
the rise of an internet phenomenon that five years ago did not exist?
Openly Announce Plans To Stage Tea Party Violence
With the establishment desperate to engender and exploit violence which
will be used to demonize the Tea Party movement as an extremist mob,
so-called anarchists are now openly declaring their intentions to pose
as Tea Party members and stage violence in order to discredit populist
grass roots organizations.
Insanity of Government ‘Reform’
Albert Einstein’s definition of insanity — repeating something
and expecting different results — is known to nearly everyone.
Yet mere knowledge of this definition apparently has not kept the “best
and the brightest” among us from becoming its practitioners.
warns Europe of disintegration
The eurozone area and wider European Union is now “on the
brink” of disintegration unless Germany steps up and provides
loans at below-market rates to Greece, George Soros, the hedge fund
manager, has warned.
warning on terrorists getting nuclear weapons
The single biggest threat to US security is the possibility of terrorists
obtaining nuclear weapons, President Obama declared on the eve of
a global summit in Washington to prevent a nuclear terror attack.
Protests Scanners at KCI
Airports across the country are adding body scanners for extra security,
despite the controversial nature of the new technology.
president wants UN forces in Kyrgyzstan
The ousted President of Kyrgyzstan, Kurmanbek Bakiyev, has called
for UN peacemakers to enter the country and create an independent
commission to investigate Wednesday’s violent uprising.
As a visitor to our nation’s capital, I cannot tell you how
disconcerting it is to step off the metro and find yourself face
to face with a F-35 fighter jet.
WikiLeaks Video ‘Painful To See’ But Won’t Have
‘Lasting’ Impact Defense Secretary Robert Gates acknowledged
on Sunday that leaked video showing the 2007 killing by U.S. Army
personnel of a gathering of civilians in Iraq is “unfortunate”
and “painful to see.” But he did not think it would
have a long-term affect on U.S. operations in that country.
Pressures His “Home Country” Kenya to Legalize Abortion
“President Barack Obama wasted little time after his election
in promoting abortion abroad by overturning the Mexico City Policy
and forcing Americans to pay for abortions and abortion promotion
in other nations,” notes LifeNews.com editor Steven Ertelt
in an April 7 online report. “Now the Obama administration
is attempting to get Kenya to legalize abortion,” reports
Checkpoints Hit Redmond
Redmond police, trying a new method to address drug trafficking
through the city, set up a special enforcement operation on the
North Highway 97 Reroute Thursday afternoon, stopping drivers for
traffic violations and searching some vehicles if they had cause
to believe drugs might be found.