Star Tribune – by Matt McKinney And John Reinan

Aviation buff John Zimmerman was at a weekly gathering of neighbors Friday night when he noticed something peculiar: a small plane circling a route overhead that didn’t make sense to him.

It was dark, so a sightseeing flight didn’t make sense, and when Zimmerman pulled up more information on an aviation phone app he routinely checks, he had immediate concerns.   Continue reading “Mysterious low-flying plane over Twin Cities raises questions of surveillance”

Dozens of people surviving the blast were badly injured [Local activists]The UN is in syria doing a “vaccination campaign”. And “FOR THE CHILDREN” to top it off. BUT ‘shhh’…it was an anonymous “local activist” who stated these facts.

Aljazeera – by Diana Al Rifai

Scores of patients, children and nurses were killed while dozens of others were injured in a gas explosion that took place in a clinic located in Syria’s northeastern province of Hasakah, a monitoring group and activists said.   Continue reading “Scores killed as gas explosion sets Syria clinic ablaze”

WAMC – by Pat Bradley

Following weeks of intense debate, Vermont’s governor has signed controversial legislation that will prevent parents from opting their children out of vaccinations philosophical reasons.

House Bill 98, signed by Governor Peter Shumlin without fanfare on Thursday, eliminates the  exemption that allowed parents to opt their children out of vaccinations for philosophical reasons. The governor issued a statement that “…..parents should get their kids vaccinated…..” and that he had hoped legislation passed three years ago “… had worked to sufficiently increase vaccination rates. However we’re not where we need to be to protect our kids from dangerous diseases…”   Continue reading “Vermont Governor Signs Bill Removing Philosophical Exemption From Vaccine Choice”

Ed GilliganThey are dropping like flies … I just wonder who he was set to testify against?

Mirror – by Karen Rockett

American Express ­president Ed Gilligan has died after falling ill on a corporate plane,the Sunday People reports.

Dad-of-four Mr Gilligan, 55, had been returning to New York from a business trip in Tokyo.   Continue reading “American Express president Ed Gilligan dies aged 55 after falling ill on business flight”

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A flood “rescue mission” turned fatal for one Oklahoma man, who was shot and killed by a state trooper. Police claimed that the man did not want to leave his vehicle, argued and allegedly attacked officers as they tried to get him out of the water.

The incident took place some 20 miles outside of Tulsa when Okmulgee County state troopers came to the rescue of two men trying to save their car stranded at a roadway from rushing water on Friday.   Continue reading “Oklahoma troopers rush to help stranded motorists, shoot and kill one”

The Hill – by Tim Devaney

The Justice Department plans to move forward this year with more than a dozen new gun-related regulations, according to list of rules the agency has proposed to enact before the end of the Obama administration.

The regulations range from new restrictions on high-powered pistols to gun storage requirements. Chief among them is a renewed effort to keep guns out of the hands of people who are mentally unstable or have been convicted of domestic abuse.   Continue reading “Administration preps new gun regulations”

0531 kerry crash.jpgFox News

Secretary of State John Kerry broke his leg in a bike crash outside Geneva Sunday, where he had been holding nuclear talks with Iran’s foreign minister.

Kerry called off the rest of his four-nation trip and will fly back to Boston.

State Department Spokesman John  Kirby said Kerry is stable and never lost consciousness.    Continue reading “Kerry breaks leg in Geneva bike crash, flying back to US”

The Washington Post – by Paul Kane

Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III, the son of Vice President Biden and former state attorney general of Delaware, died Saturday after battling brain cancer for several years.

Biden, 46, the oldest son of the vice president and the rising star of a family dynasty, had been admitted recently to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda as he fought the cancer, a battle that his father largely kept private in the last weeks as his son clung to his life.   Continue reading “Beau Biden, vice president’s son, dies of brain cancer”

RoundUpCancer032515Global Research – by Julie Lévesque

An increasing number of countries are banning Monsanto’s cancer-linked Roundup herbicide, a.k.a. glyphosate. Others are banning Monsanto’s GMOs. Meanwhile, Monsanto-funded U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton thinks “(t)here is a big gap between what the facts are, and what the perceptions are.” Actually the facts are established: Monsanto’s herbicides and GMOs are harmful to humans and animals. Several studies have demonstrated it and even led the World Health Organization to issue a warning against glyphosate’s links to cancer.   Continue reading “The End of Monsanto”

DSC00037 copyGateway Pundit

Approximately 1000 gun rights supporters rallied in Salem, Oregon, against the new “universal background check” law, SB 941. The bill was signed into law by Governor Kate Brown earlier in May.

Speakers included state legislators Mike Nearman, Bill Post, and Senator Kim Thatcher, along with Kevin Starrett of the Oregon Firearms Federation, Yamhill County Commissioner Mary Starrett, Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer, Kit Lange and Anthony Bosworth of the Washington LFA and III%ers, and Mike Vanderboegh of Sipsey Street Irregulars, who broke the Fast & Furious Case.   Continue reading “HUNDREDS of Oregon Gun Rights Advocates Rally Against New Laws – Will Not Comply”

AP PhotoBreitbart – by John Nolte

The Wall Street Journal is calling the dramatic end of America’s two-decade-long drop in crime “The Ferguson Effect.” Led behind the scenes by President Obama, America’s fraudulent civil rights leaders (Al Sharpton) and the mainstream media (especially CNN), worked together — starting with their lies in Ferguson — to launch hate campaigns against the police.

The result is an empowered criminal element and by extension a horrific increase in murders, shootings, and other violent crimes:   Continue reading “‘Ferguson Effect’: America’s New Crime Wave Is All Part of the Plan”

[G] Standoff at Mt. Hope Motorcycle BarNBC San Diego

A standoff between law enforcement and an armed suspect continued for hours Saturday morning at a bar and motorcycle club in San Diego’s Mt. Hope area, about five miles from downtown.

At around 2:40 a.m., the San Diego Police Department was called to the Chosen Few Motorcycle Club at 4280 Market St., near 43rd Street, to investigate reports of shots fired in the bar.   Continue reading “Standoff at Mt. Hope Motorcycle Club, 4 Shot”

USArmy-SF-OpsPublic Intelligence

FM 3-18 Special Forces Operations

  • 160 pages
  • Distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies and their contractors only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means.
  • May 28, 2014

Continue reading “Restricted U.S. Army Special Operations Forces Manual”

Intellihub – by Alex Thomas

A massive simulated dirty bomb attack exercise is set to take place at the end of June in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Operation Northern Exposure will include over 1,000 Michigan National Guard soldiers and will be the first time in history that local authorities have worked with the National Guard.   Continue reading “Operation Northern Exposure: Over 1,000 troops to take part in Michigan dirty bomb exercise”