By Bradley J. Vargo Listen to Article The difference between obstructing and destroying freedom can be easily concealed. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends everyone six months of age and older get a yearly flu shot. That’s a lot of shots. Apparently, all we really need is air, water, food, shelter, and a lifetime of yearly flu shots […]
In an epic standoff that Infowars reporter David Knight described as being like “something out of a movie,” supporters of Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy advanced on a position held by BLM agents despite threats that they would be shot at, eventually forcing BLM feds to release 100 cattle that had been stolen from Bundy […]
Bureau of Land Management agents assaulted a cancer victim, set a dog on a pregnant woman and tasered Ammon Bundy during a confrontation yesterday as the dispute between Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy, his supporters and the feds threatened to boil over. Video of the incident shows BLM agents exiting their vehicles near the intersection […]
Citing the need to preserve evidence related to pending lawsuits, the Obama administration is asking for permission to keep data on billions of U.S. phone calls indefinitely instead of destroying it after five years. In a motion filed Tuesday with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the Justice Department says the series of lawsuits over the […]
Here’s proof that the Federal government has an illegal national registry of gun owners and is sharing that information with local police. When John Filippidis, a Florida resident, was traveling through Maryland he was stopped by a officer from the Maryland Transportation Authority Police (MTAP), who after 10 minutes on the radio knew he had […]
The quickly arranged demonstration was announced during Jones radio show just hours beforehand.
A Tacoma seventh grader faced federal interrogation at school for what he posted on his Facebook page.
Washington Post reports on feds targeting all Americans as possible domestic extremists.
It all starts with a farmer named Roscoe Filburn, a modest farmer who grew wheat in his own back yard in order to feed his chickens.