Cleveland police officer Brelo sits during his manslaughter trial in ClevelandYahoo News

(Reuters) – An Ohio prosecutor on Friday asked a state appeals court to correct legal errors made by a judge who found a Cleveland officer not guilty in the shooting deaths of an unarmed black man and woman after a high-speed car chase in 2012.

Timothy McGinty of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office filed the motion highlighting “egregious” mistakes in Judge John O’Donnell’s ruling last Saturday that cleared officer Michael Brelo in the shooting deaths of Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell.   Continue reading “Prosecutor asks court to correct judge’s errors on Cleveland officer verdict”

nsa_eyeWND – by Joe Kovacs

A former high-ranking official at the U.S. National Security Agency said Sunday night the NSA will continue to spy on American citizens irrespective of any action taken by Congress on the Patriot Act.

William Binney, known to many as the architect of the NSA who became a whistleblower against the agency during the administration of George W. Bush, made the comment on Aaron Klein Investigative Radio.   Continue reading “NSA architect: Feds won’t stop spying on citizens”

ObamaCare ScrewAmmoland – by Larry Pratt

Washington, DC –-( Gun Owners of America has long warned about the danger that ObamaCare poses to gun owners.

The Daily Caller recently reported on a “shocking government program” where the Department of Veterans Affairs is disarming American vets by getting them put on the FBI’s background check list.   Continue reading “ObamaCare Could DISARM MILLIONS of Gun Owners”


Controversial provisions of the Patriot Act authorizing government surveillance programs have expired after the Senate failed to vote for an extension. The Senate will reconvene to consider the USA Freedom Act on Monday afternoon.

Lawmakers have debated the possibility of extending the authority of Section 215, that authorizes bulk data collection, and other provisions in the extraordinary Sunday afternoon session. The debate started at 4:00 pm local time, eight hours before the expiration deadline.   Continue reading “Goodbye Section 215: Patriot Act key surveillance provisions expire”

Yahoo News

Baghdad (AFP) – Iraqi security forces lost 2,300 Humvee armoured vehicles when the Islamic State jihadist group overran the northern city ofMosul, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Sunday.

“In the collapse of Mosul, we lost a lot of weapons,” Abadi said in an interview with Iraqiya state TV. “We lost 2,300 Humvees in Mosul alone.”   Continue reading “Iraq lost 2,300 Humvee armoured vehicles in Mosul: PM”

Photo Credit Blue CrossPopular Resistance – by Anna Wilde Matthews

Blue Cross and Blue Shield health insurers cover about a third of Americans, through a national network that dates back decades. Now, antitrust lawsuits advancing in a federal court in Alabama allege that the 37 independently owned companies are functioning as an illegal cartel.

A federal judicial panel has consolidated the claims against the insurers into two lawsuits that represent plaintiffs from around the country. One is on behalf of health-care providers and the other is for individual and small-employer customers.   Continue reading “Is Blue Cross Blue Shield An Illegal Cartel?”

Video Rebel’s Blog

Evil men are making plans for your summer. A former  NATO commander was talking about World War III breaking out. If we are lucky it won’t be nuclear. The Israelis are talking in their press about ‘Mowing the Lawn’ in Lebanon. That is a code word for killing civilians. All of this war talk is to be expected. Citizens in the Banker occupied nations of Europe and North America can expect war scares whenever the politicians need to distract us from the grim reality that our corrupt and greedy governments are causing the economy to sink like a rock.   Continue reading “2015: This Summer Of Our Discontent Might Be Our Last Chance to Say Or Do Anything.”

ScreenHunter_658 May. 30 23.04Concealed Nation – by Brandon

AURORA, COLORADO — Three juveniles tried to hold up three movers as they were bringing items into an apartment late Friday night.

According to reports, the three armed suspects, ages 16-20, approached the three men in the foyer and then attempted to rob them at gunpoint.   Continue reading “Concealed Carrier With Precision Shooting Takes Out Three Armed Robbers”

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The Last Bastille – by Kyle Rearden

Imprisonment, like war, is hell. Understanding the nature of it is vital to empathizing with the grievances of those prisoners who are suffering because the government arbitrarily decided to tax, ban, or regulate something produced by the free market. First hand accounts of prison experiences, even if offered by a convicted felon, are incredibly valuable to those without any criminal record, due to the likely probability that such eyewitness testimony foreshadows the tribulations any man faces, especially considering that the sphere of legally permitted human action is noticeably shrinking as the police state coerces larger segments of the American citizenry.   Continue reading “Caged Arbitrarily: KC Massey on Government Dungeons”

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Antonius Aquinas 

Despite the barrage of catastrophic financial data throughout the Western world, there may be a glimmer of hope coming from the tiny Nordic island of Iceland.

It must not be forgotten that it was Iceland which was one of the first to feel the fallout of the financial crisis of 2007-08. Unlike most of the other nations, however, Iceland showed tremendous backbone and did not allow, for the most part, any of the NWO monetary agencies to intervene in its affairs. So, any Icelandic currency reform considerations must be taken seriously.   Continue reading “Monetary Reform in Iceland: Maybe There is Still Hope?”