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Spanish Judge Violates Global Rule, Makes Bank President & Former IMF Chief Pay for Financial Crimes…(Go Spain!!)

Sunday, February 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Don Quijones February 15, 2015 Bankers never go to jail. This is one of the unwritten new laws to which most of us have grown wearily accustomed in this new post-crisis reality. Also begrudgingly taken for granted is the fact that a banker’s fortune will never be seized or confiscated by the... »

States go full throttle to limit feds

Tuesday, February 3, 2015
By Paul Martin

Hundreds of bills looming in legislatures on Common Core, NSA, marijuana BOB UNRUH Feb. 2, 2015 It’s only days, a few weeks at most, into the 2015 season for state legislatures, and already there are hundreds of bills looming that challenge the power of Washington on issues ranging from Common Core to marijuana... »

History In The Balance: Why Greece Must Repudiate Its “Banker Bailout” Debts And Exit The Euro

Monday, February 2, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden 02/02/2015 Greece has been borrowing its way to disaster long enough. For its part, Greece stands at a fork in the road. Syriza can move aggressively to recover Greece’s democratic sovereignty or it can desperately cling to the faltering currency and financial machinery of the Euro zone. But it can’t... »

Forbes Warns Of ‘Police State’ America! Last Chance To Save 1st Amendment!

Thursday, January 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Live Free Or Die January 15, 2015 Mainstream media’s Forbes is warning of a US Police State in a newly released story in which EVEN the reporter of the story ADMITS that, if Barack Obama’s new cyber-security proposals are brought into law, HE would be guilty of cyber-crimes as the US govt... »

Government Prepares Internet Speech Crackdown Following Paris Attacks

Sunday, January 11, 2015
By Paul Martin

Kurt Nimmo Prison January 11, 2014 The Charlie Hebdo unity march in Paris served as a backdrop on Sunday for interior ministers who demand more internet surveillance. “We forcefully noted the need for greater cooperation with Internet companies to guarantee the reporting and removal of illegal content, particularly content that makes apologies for... »

Goldman Warns Market Implications Of Europe’s Populist Revolt Are “Profound”

Friday, January 9, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden 01/09/2015 …over time, grand coalition governments may only serve to ossify the re-orientation of political allegiances along the mainstream vs. populist dimension. If economic malaise persists to the next election, support for populist parties is likely to build, as scepticism about the adjustments required to sustain Euro area membership rises.... »

The 2014 Leaders In Bringing the World the Truth

Wednesday, December 31, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges 31 Dec. 2014 In no particular order, the following sites are leading the way in bringing humanity the truth at great personal risk to themselves. Steve Quayle Doug and Joe Hagmann Alex Jones/Infowars Before Its News Erskine/Erskine Overnight Mike Adams/Natural News SGT Report DC Clothesline Zero Hedge John B. Wells... »

Dave Hodges and Erskine Form the Priority Radio Network- Launches Jan. 3, 2015

Monday, December 29, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges 28 Dec. 2014 In order to increase both the reach and the quality of our radio program Erskine, the host of Erskine Overnight, and Dave Hodges, the host of The Common Sense Show, are announcing the formation of a new and exciting radio network, THE PRIORITY RADIO NETWORK. The Priority... »

Utah showdown with the feds as Dec. 31 deadline approaches for state to reclaim its land

Saturday, December 27, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: Daniel Barker Saturday, December 27, 2014 An impending showdown between Utah and the federal government may set a precedent affecting future disputes regarding state vs. federal land ownership. In 2012, Governor Gary Herbert formally challenged the feds over the right to control 31.2 million acres of Utah land when he signed the... »

Ron Paul: “All I Want For Christmas Is A (Real) Government Shutdown”

Tuesday, December 16, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden 12/15/2014 Those who voted for the omnibus to avoid a shutdown fail to grasp that the consequences of blindly expanding government are far worse than the consequences of a temporary government shutdown. A short or even long-term government shutdown is a small price to pay to avoid an economic calamity... »

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