Canada Free Press -by Douglas J. Hagmann

Washington, D.C.—Something quite unexpected happened just hours ago, in the dark of night, during a two-day layover in Washington, DC. My son and I are scheduled to take part in a seminar outside of Raleigh, North Carolina this weekend, so we combined our travels to include a side-trip to DC for a business meeting we had previously arranged. It was during this layover that something seemingly ripped from the pages of a spy novel took place.   Continue reading “DHS Insider: It’s About to Get Very Ugly”

Before It’s News – by LedaOhio9

It is GREAT to see organizing and preparation taking place (back in 1995) for what is Clearly Approaching.. And I love that this speaker is from Ohio, being an Ohioan myself.

Original Air DateJune 16, 1995   Continue reading “1995 – American Militiaman Warns Congress – Back Off”

Before It’s News – by Live Free or Die

The following photos were just sent to Beforeitsnews by a concerned reader who asked that we share these with the world. According to our reader, a relative in Gonzales, Louisiana captured these as the train was heading South. According to this person, there were THOUSANDS, not hundreds, of military vehicles on the move. As some photos show, “as far as the eye can see”. Where are they going? What are they preparing for? Hattip to Jason and Cindy.   Continue reading “Amerika: Homeland Tanks Moving”

The Washington Times – by Andrea Noble

Authorities last week made an agreement not to prosecute a Northwest D.C. man who used his unregistered handgun to kill a pit bull in order to stop it from mauling a child in his neighborhood.

As part of the agreement, Benjamin Srigley, 39, was required to pay a $1,000 fine but will not have criminal charges filed against him for the three unregistered firearms and the ammunition that investigators found in his possession, said Ted Gest, a spokesman for the office of the attorney general.    Continue reading “D.C. man won’t face gun charges for shooting pit bull attacking boy”

The Tenth Amendment Center – by Michael Boldin

Jefferson City, Mo (May 8, 2013) – Tonight, the Missouri State House voted to send Governor Jay Nixon what could arguably be the strongest defense against federal gun control measures in American history.  The vote was 116-38.

HB436, introduced by Representative Doug Funderburk in February, was initially passed by the House in April by a vote of 115-42.  Last week, the State Senate approved the bill with an amendment which did not change any of its nullification aspects. The vote there was 26-6.  The bill then needed one final vote in the house which happened just before 10pm local time this evening.   Continue reading “Missouri Legislature Nullifies All Federal Gun Control Measures by a Veto-Proof Majority”

Missouri Gun MakersAmerica’s Voice – by Michael Evans

A cooperative project is underway to bring firearms and accessories manufacturers and distributors to the Howell County Ozarks region of Missouri.  The project was initiated by a listener of the Americas Voice Now radio program who volunteered to put up one of three parcels of land to any manufacturer or distributor who would move to the region.   Continue reading “Missouri Welcomes Gun Manufacturers to Missouri with Land & Legislation”

Activist Post – by Stephen Lendman

In her book titled No Immediate Danger: Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth, nuclear power/environmental health expert Rosalie Bertell (1929 – 2012) said:

Should the public discover the true health cost(s) of nuclear pollution, a cry would rise from all parts of the world and people would refuse to cooperate passively with their own death.    Continue reading “Fukushima’s Catastrophic Aftermath Continues”