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Pictures Suggest Perry Attempted To Physically Intimidate Ron Paul
Pictures taken during a commercial break in last night's GOP debate at the Reagan Presidential Library suggest that Texas Governor Rick Perry attempted to physically intimidate Congressman Ron Paul, prompting Paul's security to intervene.

Poll Shows Ron Paul Won Debate at Reagan Shrine

Gerald Celente Predicts “Winter of Discontent”
Celente warned that the global elite will likely stage a “fear and hysteria” false flag terror event.

Obama’s jobs plan may top $400 billion
On Wednesday, CBS News learned that the president’s jobs and growth package now could top $400 billion.

Gallup: Obama Had Worst Month Ever in August
Obama also hit his lowest monthly approval among Hispanics during August, and tied his lowest monthly approval among blacks.

Mall of America visitors unknowingly end up in counterterrorism fusion center reports
Mall of America officials say their security unit stops and questions on average up to 1,200 people each year.

Possible human relative, 2 million years old, a ‘snapshot of evolution in action’
A fossilized adolescent named Karabo — which means “answer” in a South African dialect — is raising a lot of questions about human evolution.


Ron Paul: Border Fence Could Be Used To "Keep Us In"
Having made similar comments to the Alex Jones Show last week, Presidential candidate Ron Paul warned last night during the Republican debate in California that constructing a border fence could be used to keep Americans in rather than illegal aliens out in times of economic turmoil.

MSNBC distorts post-debate poll results to falsely depict Ron Paul as just barely winning

A post-debate poll shown on MSNBC.com reveals Ron Paul to be the landslide winner of the internet survey.

Ron Paul Highlights – GOP Debate at the Reagan Library
Ron Paul: TSA ‘abusive,’ involved in ‘all kind of sexual activities’
Paul: Perry’s not really conservative


A Time Of Dangerous Markets And Contrived Corrections
August was sure a barnburner and we believe that was a prelude for an even wilder September.

The DOJ’s Escalating Criminalization of Speech
Over the past several years, the Justice Department has increasingly attempted to criminalize what is clearly protected political speech.

Dick Cheney: Hillary Clinton should run for president in 2012
Former Vice President Dick Cheney told ABC’s Jonathan Karl in an interview on Wednesday that it would be a good idea for Hillary Clinton to challenge Barack Obama.

NY Judge: Carrying a Gun is a Privilege, Need to Prove Why You Need It
Five Westchester residents and the Second Amendment Foundation cannot relax a law forcing citizens to demonstrate proper cause before they pack heat on public streets, a federal judge ruled.

Plan For 'European Economic Government' Was Brainchild Of Nazis
European globalists are committing another act of economic terrorism by exploiting the euro debt crisis in a bid to create a "United States of Europe," with European Council president Herman van Rompuy announcing he is ready to spearhead the group, a move that frighteningly parallels plans by top Nazis, may of whom went on to found the EU, and their mission to build a continent-wide economic government.

Big Sis Set To Zap Travelers With MRI-Style Scans
Janet Napolitano's promise that travelers will soon not be required to take their shoes off at airport security checkpoints comes at a cost - new MRI-style scanners that will zap Americans with a powerful magnetic field that has been linked with numerous health risks.

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National Archive keeps bulk of 9/11 Commission report sealed
The 575 cubic feet of records were in large part the basis for the commission’s public report.

Homeland Security says post 9/11 America has seen a new threat from the internet
Newly Published Audio Provides Real-Time View of 9/11 Attacks

Gaddafi regime sold 29 tons of gold
The new governor of Libya’s central bank says Gaddafi sold about 20% of the country’s gold.

Sen. Rand Paul calls for vote of no confidence in Treasury Secretary Geithner
Paul took to the Senate floor to call for a vote of no confidence in Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.

ACLU settles case of man arrested for recording friend’s arrest
The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania has won a $48,500 settlement from a lawsuit brought on behalf of man arrested for videotaping a University of Pittsburgh police officer.

Gold rebounds more than 1 pct ahead of Obama speech
The latest Rasmussen poll shows Texas congressman Ron Paul in fourth place, trailing Texas governor Rick Perry and Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann.

The Chart That Shows QE3 Failed Before It Even Started

Giant Sucking Sound Part 2? The NAFTA Of The Pacific Will Soon Allow Millions More American Jobs To Be Shipped Overseas
The United States is negotiating one of the biggest free trade agreements in history and there is barely a peep about it on the news.

Gibson Guitars proves the environmental police state that wants your wood products and guns
The recent US government raid of Gibson Guitars’ Tennessee manufacturing facility is now receiving widespread media coverage.

AU urges Libya’s new masters to halt racist attacks
Russia’s presidential envoy to Africa Mikhail Margelov said on Wednesday that toppled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was hiding somewhere in Libya.

‘I will never leave the land of my ancestors’: Defiant Colonel Gaddafi insists he is still in Libya in new TV rant

Libyan estimate: At least 30,000 died in the war
At least 30,000 people were killed and 50,000 wounded.

ACLU sues Florida for drug testing welfare recipients
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is taking Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) to court, forcing him to defend his highly controversial law requiring all welfare recipients to be screened for drugs.

Ten years after 9/11, two-thirds of Americans still willing to give up more freedom to fight terrorism
A new Associated Press (AP) poll shows that many Americans are still in the dark about the importance of protecting their freedom and liberty from being stolen by their own government.

The Matrix of Macro-Memory Masks The Machiavellian Murderers on 9/11: How Manufactured Memories Make Masses of Men Into Mud For The Masters of Myth

Global cancer cases rise 20 per cent in a decade to hit 12million a year
Diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes are some of the biggest health challenges facing the world, experts have said.

UK: Rationing of Cancers Scans Begins









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