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Military Insider: President Obama “By Any Means Necessary”

(Ulsterman Report)  For the first time in over two years of ongoing interviews, a powerful and highly influential Wall Street insider allows for directinterview participation of a figure we will simply call “Military Insider”.  What follows is the first of a two part interview with both of these individuals who are warning of an impending manufactured crisis within the United States by powers desperate to secure a second term for “the man calling himself Obama”.  For those who have followed  these insider interviews from the beginning – you know just how accurate they have proven to be.  Please remind yourself of that as you read this latest discussion.  …

US Poverty Levels Highest Since 1960’s

(AP)  The ranks of America’s poor are on track to climb to levels unseen in nearly half a century, erasing gains from the war on poverty in the 1960s amid a weak economy and fraying government safety net. Census figures for 2011 will be released this fall in the critical weeks ahead of the November elections. The Associated Press surveyed more than a dozen economists, think tanks and academics, both nonpartisan and those with known liberal or conservative leanings, and found a broad consensus: The official poverty rate will rise from 15.1 percent in 2010, climbing as high as 15.7…

Historic US Drought May Impact Your Choices At The Grocery Store

(Gloria Goodale)  As the historic drought now searing more than 60 percent of the US drags on, the impact could soon be sweeping across the country and beyond. After the obvious push on food prices, drought experts say the cascading chain of secondary societal effects will range from higher utility prices and industry costs in the developed world to population displacements and potential political unrest in less developed regions. “The US will see food prices go up, possibly we will see some items disappear from grocery shelves,” says Frank Galgano, chair of the Department of Geography and the Environment at Villanova University inPhiladelphia, and an expert on environmental change and security.…

New Gadget Allows Police To Jam Your Phone If Your Caught Driving While Talking

(Doug Newcomb)  There’s no shortage of devices that supposedly prevent drivers from talking or texting by blocking mobile phone signals or that alert parents and employers about the behavior. But the Cellphone Accident Preventer (CAP) from a trio of researchers at an Indian university takes preventing behind-the-wheel mobile phone use to a new Orwellian level by making distracted-driving indiscretions public – and automatically ratting them out to the police. Abdul Shabeer and two of his colleagues at India’s Anna University of Technology primarily developed CAP to combat the 20 percent of fatal road accidents involving trucks and other heavy vehicles…

Secret UN Arms Trade Treaty To Be Unveiled This Week

(John Lott)  Sometime later this week, the UN will finally unveil its Arms Trade Treaty. The exact date the treaty will be released is a secret.  Russia, China, France — with its new Socialist government — Britain and the Obama administration are writing the treaty behind closed doors. Yet even if the final treaty is being kept under wraps, we still have a pretty good idea of some of the requirements that will be in it. The group writing the treaty is not promising. Russia and Britain ban handguns and many other types of weapons. The possession of guns for…

Witness: Someone Let Gunman Inside Colorado Movie Theater

(WKYC)  A man who was at the Colorado movie theater where a dozen people were killed this morning, says he saw the gunman. He says he thinks someone deliberately let the gunman inside once the movie started. Here’s what he told TV station KCNC this morning         live on their newscast. “As I was sitting down to get my seat, I noticed that a person came up to the front row, the front right, sat down, and as credits were going, it looked like he got a phone call. He went out toward the emergency exit doorway, which I…

Mayor Bloomberg: “If We Had Fewer Guns, We Would Have A Lot Fewer Murders.”

(Mackenzie Weinger)  Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert said Friday that the shooting in Aurora, Colo., made him “wonder” whether an armed moviegoer “could have stopped this guy more quickly” — a comment New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg called “one of the more nonsensical things you can say.” “It does make me wonder, you know, with all those people in the theater, was there nobody that was carrying? That could have stopped this guy more quickly?” Gohmert said in an interview on The Heritage Foundation’s “Istook Live,” former Rep. Ernest Istook’s radio show, according to a transcript posted on his congressional website. “I…

FDA Approved HIV Preventative Pill Marketed To Uninfected Public

(Susanne Posel)  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approvedGilead Sciences’ Truvada, the first pharmaceutical drug to prevent the virus that causes AIDS. Some of the senior members of Gilead Sciences include: John C. Martin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, who served on the Centers for Disease Control/Health Resources and Services Administrations Advisory Committee on HIV and STD Prevention and Treatment and was a member of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS and worked for competitors Bristol-Myers Squibb and Syntex Corporation Robin L. Washington, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer who was a former accounting analyst for the Federal Reserve…

London Braces For Israeli Strike On Iran During 2012 Games

(Aaron Kalman)  Taking into account the possibility of an Israeli attack on Iran during the 2012 Summer Games, the Olympic committee in charge of the London event has formed a special team to prepare for the contingency. According to the Hebrew daily Yedioth Ahronoth on Wednesday., the team — consisting of politicians, diplomats, security officials and organizing committee personnel — wrote in a report that such a strike was entirely possible. Yedioth reported that the team was also preparing for the possibility of an earthquake or volcanic eruption. England is thought to be within the range of Iranian missiles and UK officials believe that…

New Jersey Senator Ready To Re-Introduce Gun Control Bill

(Arturo Garcia)  The office of Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) said Saturday he plans to reintroduce a bill that would “curtail the ability of a shooter to fire at length without reloading,” The Huffington Postreports. The move comes after reports that James Holmes, the suspect in Friday morning’s mass shooting at an Aurora, Col. movie theater, purchased more than 6,000 rounds of ammunition online within the past two months, as well as weapons that allowed him to fire 50 or 60 rounds in less than a minute. “If reports are correct and a high-capacity gun magazine was used to commit these awful murders, Senator…

Lenovo CEO Gives His $3 Million Bonus To Employees

(Daily Tech)  It will come as no surprise to anyone who follows the technology world that CEOs at major corporations make a ton of money. Often their bonuses are even more than their yearly income. The CEO of Lenovo, Yang Yuanqing, recently received a fat bonus of $3 million. Rather than stuffing that big bonus away in his own bank account, Yang Yuanqing gave it away. The CEO took the $3 million bonus and distributed it among 10,000 junior level employees. Among the employees to receive a piece of the pie were receptionists, production line workers, and assistants. Each of…

Courts Rule: Cops Can Seize Your Cell Phone And Impersonate Owner

(Timothy B. Lee)  In November 2009, police officers in the state of Washington seized an iPhone belonging to suspected drug dealer Daniel Lee. While the phone was in police custody, a man named Shawn Hinton sent a text message to the device, reading, “Hey whats up dogg can you call me i need to talk to you.” Suspecting that Hinton was looking to buy drugs from Lee, Detective Kevin Sawyer replied to the message, posing as Lee. With a series of text messages, he arranged to meet Hinton in the parking lot of a local grocery store—where Hinton was arrested…

Research Project Offers ‘Immortality’ To Billionaires By Transplanting Their Brains Into Robot Bodies

(Rob Waugh)  A Russian entrepreneur who heads a hi-tech research project called ‘Avatar’ has contacted billionaires to offer them immortality. Itskov claims he will personally oversee their immortality process, in exchange for an undisclosed fee. Itskov, a media entrepreneur, claims to have hired 30 scientists to reach this goal – and aims to transplant a human brain into a robot body within 10 years. ‘You have the ability to finance the extension of your own life up to immortality. Our civilization has come very close to the creation of such technologies: it’s not a science fiction fantasy. It is in your…

City Shuts Down Teenagers Hot Dog Stand Over Zoning Law

(Garret Ellison)  Nathan Duszynski is only 13, but he’s already learned more about public policy this week than many adults ever will. On Tuesday, as the young entrepreneur was downtown setting up a hot dog cart he helped buy with $1,200 saved from mowing lawns and shoveling snow, he got an unpleasant surprise courtesy of Holland City Hall. Duszynski was told by city officials that his cart was in violation of a Holland zoning law that protects existing food businesses downtown against competition from mobile food vendors, and he would have to cease operation immediately. It was a shocker for…

UN Treaty Wants To Regulate Abortions And Home Schooling Rights In The US

(Julian Pecquet)  Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) is delaying Senate consideration of the United Nations treaty on people with disabilities amid growing opposition from home-schooling advocates. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee was scheduled to take up the U.N. Convention on the Rights of People With Disabilities on Thursday, with the goal of getting it passed in time for the 22nd anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) on July 26. Instead, Chairman John Kerry (D-Mass.) announced that he will hold the markup next Thursday, July 26. A spokesman for DeMint said several Republicans on the committee joined him in asking…

US Senators Revive US Cybersecurity Bill, With Changes

(Economic Times)  A group of US senators has revived stalled cybersecurity legislation by offering compromises to address civil liberties concerns, an effort quickly endorsed by President Barack Obama. The new bill drew some support from Republican lawmakers amid a drive to pass legislation before the summer recess, but prospects for passage were unclear. Lawmakers said they hope to bring the measure to the Senate floor in the upcoming week. The bill aims to identify so-called “critical infrastructure,” including electric power and utility computer networks, and provide oversight to ensure these are secure from attacks. The revised measure removed some parts of a bill passed in…

FBI And DHS Memo Warned Of Possible Theater Attacks On May 17, 2012

(Thomas Dishaw) On May 17 2012 a joint memo released from the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI warned of possible theater attacks on the general public. Was this a eerie  coincidence or the work of a patsy? Here is a copy of the document and a video.  

700,000 Olympics Tickets Unsold

(UKPA)  Around 700,000 Olympics tickets are yet to be sold while capacity at a number of football games has been reduced, organisers said. Locog said 250,000 football tickets were on sale while 50,000 tickets are available to buy for other sports at the moment. In addition, 200,000 football tickets and 200,000 tickets for other sports are due to go on sale after being returned by Olympics committees from around the world. Organisers said there had been around one million football tickets left but these have been cut in half by reducing capacity at stadiums. A spokesman for Locog said: “We…

Batman Shooting Foretold In 1986 “Dark Knight” Comic

(Zen Gardner)  Here we go again. There’s going to be a lot of speculation regarding this Batman movie shooting. It fits too perfectly into their gun control agenda build up of late for it not to be staged but we’ll have to see. But already we’re seeing the same pattern of foreshadowing and predictive programming. If you want a real hint, this report just showed up in the Washington Times of all things. They’re of course insinuating it was possibly the inspiration for the shooter. We’ll be learning more about him quickly but from his disturbed profile he sure seems…

United Nations Arms Treaty Would Equal Any U.S. Law, Including The Constitution

(Douglas J. Hagmann)  Technically, the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty is not an overt “gun grab” treaty. Apparently, that statement alone is sufficient to cause many Americans to lose interest, misunderstand and downplay the threat posed by this treaty. Such characterization will be to the peril of every American, gun owner or not. They are failing to understand the playbook in use by the globalists which includes a well  orchestrated disinformation campaign being waged by antagonists of the Second Amendment. To quote Ted R. Bromund, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation who has been attending the ATT conference, “the U.N. is aware…

We Were Hacked….

As most of you know we were down for almost 15 hours today. To make a long story short we were hacked. And the root of the hack was very interesting. After having my IT tech look over all the information he is 99% this came from a  military IP. We will publish more information about this attack as it becomes verifiable.  We should be full strength tomorrow with our daily dose of news and information. Most of you know this site is ran by one person with a full time job and a IT guy who is hired when needed. …

They’re 21 Tax Increases In Obamacare, Most On The Middle Class And Poor

(David Boyer)  The Supreme Court handed President Obama a major political victory on his signature health-care issue Thursday, but the justices also provided Republicans with a sharper campaign issue by defining the law’s individual mandate as a tax. The ruling allows Mr. Obama to engage in a four-month-long victory lap as he campaigns for reelection. And it validates the president’s decision to devote so much time and energy to passing the law in 2009 while the economy was in free fall, a divisive vote that contributed to Democrats losing the House in 2010. Democrats didn’t try to hide their “I-told-you-so” reaction to the decision, although Mr. Obama and…

200,000 Caskets On Hand For London Olympics Evacuation

(Paul Joseph Watson)  200,000 casket linings on standby says undercover journalist who infiltrated security team. An undercover journalist going by the pseudonym ‘Lee Hazledean’ has blown the whistle on astounding revelations about how he infiltrated the G4S – the company responsible for security at the London Olympics – and discovered shocking plans for the evacuation of London, 200,000 ‘casket linings’ being on standby, along with botched security procedures that leave the Games wide open to attack. Hazledean’s interview with Tony Gosling, Bilderberg.org editor and host of BCFM’s Friday Drivetime, has gone viral on the web over the last few days. Hazledean is…

Government Drone Hacked By Texas University

(RT)  There are a lot of cool things you can do with $1,000, but scientists at an Austin, Texas college have come across one that is often overlooked: for less than a grand, how’d you like to hijack a US government drone? A group of researchers led by Professor Todd Humphreys from the University of Texas at Austin Radionavigation Laboratory recently succeeded in raising the eyebrows of the US government. With just around $1,000 in parts, Humphreys’ team took control of an unmanned aerial vehicle operated by the US Department of Homeland Security. After being challenged by his lab, the…

25 Things To Always Have With You

(Survival Blog)  Yes, we all know that an end of world event could happen at any time.  However I look at things statistically and realistically.  I think I have a greater chance of getting into a car accident than getting hit with an asteroid or meteor.  So I first focus on my little corner of the world. Even if there is a catastrophic event you still need to get to your “go” bag and/or vehicle with your G.O.O.D. bag and perhaps onward to your home or retreat depending on each situation.  So what do you need for day to day survival?  Because…

Cellphone Companies Will Share Your Location Data – Just Not With You

(Truth Out)  Cellphone companies hold onto your location information for years and routinely provide it to police and, in anonymized form, to outside companies. As they note in their privacy policies, Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile all analyze your information to send you targeted ads for their own services or from outside companies. At least tens of thousands of times a year, they also hand cellphone location information to the FBI or police officers who have a court order. But ProPublica discovered that there’s one person cell phone companies will not share your location information with: You. We asked three ProPublica staffers…

Unusual Ways The Government Monitors, Watches And Investigates Your Life 24/7

(Capital Hill Blue)  For most Americans, it is virtually impossible to escape scrutiny, surveillance and investigation by the government. Nearly every action, financial transaction, Internet browse and travel habit is capture by various systems, analyzed for for patterns and — if a “pre-defined” pattern is found — referred to law enforcement for investigation. When you use a credit card to buy a tank of gas for your car, the date, time, plate and amount is forwarded automatically by your bank or credit card company to a massive computer located in an unmarked black-faced building at 3801 Fairfax Drive in Arlington,…

World’s First Genetically Modified Babies Born

(Michael Hanlon)  The world’s first geneticallymodified humans have been created, it was revealed last night. The disclosure that 30 healthy babies were born after a series of experiments in the United States provoked another furious debate about ethics. So far, two of the babies have been tested and have been found to contain genes from three ‘parents’. Fifteen of the children were born in the past three years as a result of one experimental programme at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science of St Barnabas in New Jersey. The babies were born to women who had problems conceiving. Extra…

Steve Quayle On The Hagmann & Hagmann Report

(Thomas Dishaw) Over three hours of Steve Quayle on Hangmann & Hangmann report.  Steve touches on many subjects including economics,religion,politics and preparedness.  Their is some great information in this series, be sure to take a listen. [youtube_sc url=”http://youtu.be/wTeK129tmzk”] [youtube_sc url=http://youtu.be/Hb4KzEnjHMQ] [youtube_sc url=http://youtu.be/lqIC6NSOhX0]  

Obama’s October Surprise: Largest War Games In US-Israeli History

(Richard Silverstein)  Israel’s daily Maariv reported yesterday that the long delayed war games between U.S. and Israeli forces will take place in October. It noted that some commentators are calling it a “dress rehearsal” for the aftermath of an Israeli attack on Iran. IDF sources quoted in the article called the exercises “of immense importance.” These will be the largest such military maneuvers in the history of the joint U.S.-Israel relationship. They were originally scheduled for several months ago but were canceled abruptly, according to some, at the behest of Ehud Barak, who wanted to send a message to the U.S. that Israel…

Mind Reading Machine Can Reconstruct Your Experiences From Neural Fingerprints

(Evan Lerner)  Researchers have long been interested in discovering the ways that human brains represent thoughts through a complex interplay of electrical signals.  Recent improvements in brain recording and statistical methods have given researchers unprecedented insight into the physical processes underlying thoughts. For example, researchers have begun to show that it is possible to use brain recordings to reconstruct aspects of an image or movie clip someone is viewing, a sound someone is hearing or even the text someone is reading. A new study by University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Jefferson University scientists brings this work one step closer to…

Japanese Man Cooks His Genitals & Serves Them To Guests At His Dinner Party

(Rob Cooper)  A man who had his genitals removed seasoned them before cooking them for five paying dinner party guests, it has been claimed. Mao Sugiyama, 22, who is asexual, had voluntarily undergone surgery to have them removed.But the illustrator took his frozen penis and scrotum home from hospital and organised a grim party. Grim: Mao Sugiyama, 22, prepares to serve up his genitals as dinner for five paying guests at a party he organised in Tokyo, Japan  He charged guests around £160 per person to eat his severed genitalia in Tokyo, Japan. They were garnished with mushrooms and parsley. Before…

Police Officers Nearly Kill A Man For Not Pulling Over

(V2A)  Mr. Leone, the victim in question, has bipolar disorder, and became confused when a police cruiser tried to pull him over for no reason.  In his mind, he hadn’t done anything wrong, so he thought the police were going to some other emergency.  Again, Mr. Leone had done nothing wrong to warrant being pulled over. The police were attempting to pull him over because his vehicle matched the description of a vehicle involved in a minor fender-bender that had occurred earlier.  So even the police acknowledge that he had done absolutely nothing wrong to warrant being pulled over.  It also turns out that…

Google Creates A.I. That Is Smarter Than You Think

  (POPSCI)  As intelligent as computers continue to get, it’s still a lot of work for them to perform tasks many humans do on a regular basis–like, say, enjoying cat videos on YouTube. In an attempt to bridge that gap, scientists from Google’s X laboratory created a simulated human brain by putting 16,000 computer processors together and having them browse around the Internet, learning facts about the world as they went. And the simulated human brain successfully found YouTube’s cats. For this study, the Google research team took 10 million randomly selected videos from YouTube and fed thumbnails into the…

Loud Booms Reported Near The Chilocco Indian Reservation In Oklahoma

(Thomas Dishaw) I received a tip from a concerned resident regarding “Loud Booms” near the Chilocco Indian Reservation near Newkirk Oklahoma. I thought this was some very interesting information that needed to be shared with our readers. These booms keep popping up all over the US with no logical explanation. There was virtually a news black out on this unexplained event. We will be breaking more details as they come in. Here is the detailed message  from a resident in the area. You need to spend a little time researching the Chilocco Indian Reservation near Newkirk Oklahoma. One week ago,…

Obama Declares National Emergency

(Kenneth Schortgen)  Obama issued a letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and to the President of the Senate stating that under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, he was declaring aNational Emergency due to actions incurred with Russia, and the Russian Federation. The submitted letter provides a declaration to Congress of the President signing Executive Order (E.O.) 13159, and its immediate implementation. Under this National Emergency and Executive Order, the United States is seizing assets and property owned or managed by the Russian Federation relating to nuclear items and programs tied to Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU). Pursuant to section 204(b) of the…

Obama Truth Team Orders GoDaddy To Shut Down Website

(Paul Joseph Watson)  A political website that contained stinging criticism of the Obama administration and its handling of the Fast and Furious scandal was ordered to be shut down by the Obama campaign’s ‘Truth Team’, according to private investigator Douglas Hagmann, who was told by ISP GoDaddy his site contained information that was “maliciously harmful to individuals in the government.” Hagmann, CEO of Hagmann Investigative Services, Inc., a private investigative agency serving a roster of Fortune 500 clients, was given 48 hours by GoDaddy to find a new home for his website before it was deleted. Hagmann was told the…

Hacker Group Attacks 60 Banks,Drains Bank Accounts For 2 Billion

(Pete Norman)  Sixty million euro has been stolen from bank accounts in a massive cyber bank raid after fraudsters raided dozens of financial institutions around the world. According to a joint report by software security firm McAfee and Guardian Analytics, more than 60 firms have suffered from what it has called an “insider level of understanding”. “The fraudsters’ objective in these attacks is to siphon large amounts from high balance accounts, hence the name chosen for this research – Operation High Roller,” the report said. “If all of the attempted fraud campaigns were as successful as the Netherlands example we…

Zombie Type Of Attack Hits Waco Texas

(KCEN)  On June 14, Waco police responded to a disturbance call of a man “going crazy” at 4610 Athens. They arrested 22-year-old Michael Terron Daniel on June 25 for Cruelty to Non-Livestock Animal. Daniel is accused of assaulting several people at the home, telling them he was on a bad trip from taking K-2 and that the substance was killing him. He then went into the yard and started chasing a neighbor on his hands and knees while barking and growling like a dog. That is when witnesses saw Daniel grab a live, medium-sized black dog and bring it to…

Man Arrested For Throwing French Fries At His Stepdaugther

(CBS)  A Lowell man is free following his arrest on charges he threw hot French fries at his young stepdaughter. As a condition of his release, 26-year-old James Hackett must stay away from the girl. Police say Hackett and his wife began arguing after leaving a McDonald’s. When his stepdaughter chimed in, Hackett allegedly threw the fries in her face. She was not seriously hurt.  

Transition Towns: Agenda 21 Comes To Life

(Mohammed Ismail)  Transition towns are a movement modeled after the UN’s Agenda 21 to create communities that adhere to the initiative that center around reducing CO2 emissions. Under the alarmist perspective of man-made climate change, founders Rob Hopkins and Naresh Giangrande created the Transition Model based on studies conducted by Ben Brangwyn on global relocalization agendas. At an initial Transition Bristol meeting in the UK, the Tudor Trust began funding this initiative. This led to the creation of the Transition Initiatives Primer , an explanatory guide to the scheme and fake grassroots groups who coerced communities into adopting the plan. Transition Initiatives were created in Australia, Canada, England, Germany, Ireland,…

A Biblical Threat To National Security

(Kelly B. Vlahos)  Can a Bible be a “threat to national security”?  For years, the government has employed the risk of “national security” excuse to infringe on a wide range of freedoms — like the right to pass through an airport security checkpoint unmolested, or read library books without Big Brother peeking over your shoulder. Michael L. “Mikey” Weinstein is trying to prove that there is more than one way to put the country at risk, and he’s found it in a heretofore unlikely place: the Bible. Well, the Holman Bible. To be more exact, a version of the Bible that,…

Monsanto Trumps Food Safety And Democracy (Again)

(Charlotte Silver)  As the 2012 Farm Bill continues to take shape in the halls of the United States Congress, the immense influence of corporate interests is on display. On June 21 the United States Senate voted overwhelmingly against the Sanders Amendment that would have allowed states to pass legislation that required food and beverage products to label whether or not they contain genetically engineered ingredients. The amendment, proposed by Independent Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, is particularly relevant as many states prepare to vote on a ballot initiatives that would require such labelling of genetically modified (GM) foods. Lobbyists from…

Panel Finds Bio-Defense Facility Still High Risk For Leaks

(Gabrielle Pickard)  In 2009, the Department of Homeland Security awarded the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) to Manhattan, Kansas. The decision to base what will be the fourth Biosafety Level (BSL) facility in the world in Manhattan, Kansas was, according to Reuters, because the University has one of the U.S’s leading veterinary research programs, and it would be in the U.S. ‘agricultural heartland’. (2)The idea behind the facility is to give the United States a sophisticated centre, which would be able to study and treat livestock with diseases – diseases that were either spread naturally or by bioterrorists. The NBAF,…

Union Demands Credit Card Numbers From Members

(Joel Gehrke)  One school employee union in Michigan is demanding that members turn over bank account and credit card information so that the union can automatically claim monthly dues after the state voted to stop deducting the money on behalf of the union. “Debbie Bence, president of the Plymouth-Canton Cafeteria Association, sent a letter to her union members on June 4 stating that the dues had to be paid as a condition of employment,” the Capitol Confidential (Mich.) reports. Members can also pay dues in full at the beginning of the year. Her demand came after the Michigan Supreme Court found…

Austin Man Facing 10 Years In Prison After Photographing Cops Making Arrest

(Carlos Miller)  It was just after midnight on New Year’s Day when Antonio Buehler spotted a pair of Austin cops manhandling a woman at a gas station during a DUI investigation, so he pulled out his cell phone and began taking photos. That, of course, prompted one of the cops to storm up to him and accuse him of interfering with the investigation. Austin police officer Pat Oborski shoved Buehler against his truck before handcuffing him. He later claimed in his arrest report that Buehler had spit in his face. Buehler was charged with resisting arrest and felony harassment on a public…

What President Obama Really Thinks Of Hispanics

(Gary Demar)  About 1000 delegates at the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials were having lunch when they heard a very odd request. “It’s very important that you use your utensils as soon as possible,” board member Raquel Regalado told the delegates at the group’s annual conference. It seems their utensils were a security threat to the President who was speaking at the event. “The Secret Service coordinates this process with staff and host committee to ensure tables are cleared of material that may be deemed hazardous prior to the arrival of the president,” Special Agent Max Milien told POLITICO. “Any…

Army Looks To Strike Enemies With Lightning Weapon

(Live Science)  Today’s military lasers can blind spy satellites or burn enemy vehicles, but tomorrow’s could guide lightning bolts to strike and destroy battlefield targets. A U.S. Army lab is testing how lasers can create an energized plasma channel in the air — an invisible pathway for electricity to follow. The laser-guided lightning weapon could precisely hit targets such as enemy tanks or unexploded roadside bombs, because such targets represent better conductors for electricity than the ground. “We never got tired of the lightning bolts zapping our simulated (targets),” said George Fischer, lead scientist on the project at the U.S. Army’s Armament…

UN Warns Of Mass Extinction,Must Give Up More Rights

(William F.Jasper)“Rio +20: World faces mass extinction of wildlife, UN warns”  Forget about global warming for a moment; it’s time to shift into near-panic mode over another apocalyptic threat to our planet. According to United Nations officials and UN-anointed experts who gathered in Rio de Janeiro, the so-called Red List of endangered species indicates that our biological diversity on Planet Earth is dangerously imperiled. Thousands of species of birds, mammals, amphibians, plants, and other flora and fauna will soon disappear, due to human causes. To prevent this natural disaster, they say, we must implement the UN’s global mandates on biodiversity…

NSA: It Would Violate Your Privacy To Say If We Spied On You

(Spencer Ackerman)  The surveillance experts at the National Security Agency won’t tell two powerful United States Senators how many Americans have had their communications picked up by the agency as part of its sweeping new counterterrorism powers. The reason: it would violate your privacy to say so. That claim comes in a short letter sent Monday to civil libertarian Senators Ron Wyden and Mark Udall. The two members of the Senate’s intelligence oversight committee asked the NSA a simple question last month: under the broad powers granted in 2008′s expansion of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, how many persons inside the United States…

Egyptian Presidential Doubts Al Qaeda Role In 9/11

(Ben Birnbaum)  Egypt’s likely next president has long called for the U.S. to hold a “scientific conference” to determine the real culprits of the Sept. 11 attacks, having cast doubt on al Qaeda’s role in 9/11 for years. “The U.S. administration has never presented any evidences on the identity of those who committed that incident,” longtime Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Morsi is quoted as saying in a 2007 posting on Ikhwanweb, the Islamist group’s official English website. “The Muslim Brotherhood and others demanded a transparent trial with clear evidence and to have court rulings,” he said after the sixth anniversary of the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people. “We…

Police Chaplains Told Not To Pray In Jesus Name

(Jeff Schapiro)  Volunteer chaplains who serve the officers of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) in North Carolina have been told that they are no longer permitted to pray in the name of Jesus at public events. Chaplains have been used for years in the department to not only support the officers, crime victims and their families, but to also offer prayers at public ceremonies and events. Terry Sartain, senior pastor of Horizon Christian Fellowship and a CMPD chaplain, was scheduled to pray at a recent promotion ceremony, but he backed out after he was told he could no longer pray…

Week Long Bank Glitch Leaves U.K. Customers Unable To Pay Bills Online & Access Cash

(James Hall)  Customers deluged online forums with complaints yesterday, saying that they were unable to pay bills and were concerned about the impact it could have on their credit ratings. The crisis has hit customers at RBS and two of its subsidiaries, NatWest and Ulster, and the bank admitted that the chaos caused by a technical glitch is so severe that it does not even know how many accounts are affected. Yesterday, more than 1,200 NatWest branches were opened on a Sunday for the first time in its history, while a further 1,000 branches will be open until 7pm today…

Scientists Hacking Into The Brain Of Stephen Hawking

Hawking, 70, has been working with scientists at Standford University who are developing a the iBrain – a tool which picks up brain waves and communicates them via a computer. The scientist, who has motor neurone disease and lost the power of speech nearly 30 years ago, currently uses a computer to communicate but is losing the ability as the condition worsens. But he has been working with Philip Low, a professor at Stanford and inventor of the iBrain, a brain scanner that measures electrical activity. “We’d like to find a way to bypass his body, pretty much hack his…

House Bill Extends TSA Intel Sharing To Mass Transit

(Jolie Lee)  The Transportation Security Administration already shares intelligence it collects with airports. Now a House bill would expand TSA’s intel sharing to local mass transit systems as well. Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.), the bill’s sponsor, said the legislation is a “common sense approach” to fighting terrorism. The House passed the bill May 30 and the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs is now considering the bill. In an interview with The Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Emily Kopp, Speier said the bill creates “fusion centers,” where TSA can provide intel to local law enforcement and emergency management officials. “We have…

The Muslim Brotherhood Now Rules Egypt In Historic Presidential Win

(Al Jazeera)  The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Morsi has officially won Egypt’s presidential election and will be the country’s next president, the electoral commission has announced. Morsi picked up 13.2 million votes out of just over 26 million, giving him about 51 per cent of the vote. His competitor, Ahmed Shafiq, the final prime minister under Hosni Mubarak, received 12.3 million. More than 800,000 ballots were invalidated. Farouq Sultan, the head of the election commission, delivered a long speech before announcing the results in which he defended the body’s “independence and integrity” amidst what he called meddling by unnamed political factions.…

Japan Reports Fukushima Sea Food “Safe” For Eating

(NKH)  No radioactive substances have been detected in marine products caught off Fukushima Prefecture in the first test fishing following the 2011 nuclear accident. The prefectural federation of fisheries co-operative associations announced on Saturday that three kinds of test samples it chose showed radiation levels lower than detectable by radioscope. Two kinds of octopus and one type of shellfish were tested for radioactivity on Friday and Saturday at a facility at the port of Matsukawaura in Soma City. This is the first test of any sea food samples from the area since the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power…

Details Of Top Secret Trans-Pacific Partnership Leaked

(Rudy Avizius)  On June 12, a leaked copy of the investment chapter for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was made public. This copy was analyzed by Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch and has been verified as authentic.  This agreement has been negotiated IN SECRET for 2-1/2 years and no information has ever been released until this leak. So why have the details of this negotiation been so secret? This agreement has been framed as a “free trade” agreement and yet out of 26 chapters only two have anything to do with trade. The other 24 chapters grant new corporate privileges and rights, while…

Feds Jail Gun Dealer’s Family And Seize All Their Property For Not Understanding Spanish

(GFP)  This has got to be one of the grossest miscarriages of law enforcement that I’ve read about lately. Rick and Terri Reese, along with their two sons Ryin and Remington ran a federally licensed gun shop in Deming, New Mexico.  They kept meticulous records of all the firearms and ammunition they purchased and which were purchased by customers.  They performed the required FBI background checks when necessary.  Basically, they ran their gun shop by the letter of the law for 17 years. Even much of their hired help was legal as the Reeses often hired law enforcement officers who were…

Debby Now A Tropical Storm

(TWC)  While it may not “look” like a typical tropical cyclone, Hurricane Hunter reconaissance aircraft Saturday afternoon confirmed the presence of a surface low, and with thunderstorms near the center, the National Hurricane Center has initiated advisories onTropical Storm Debby in the Gulf of Mexico. Tropical storm warnings have been issued for parts of the Gulf Coast, due to the rather large wind field Debby’s circulation is embedded in. This persistent wind field has also raised the threat of rip currents and coastal flooding well to the east and north of the center. Debby is forecast to drift only very slowly…

San Antonio, Texas Students To Be Tracked Via RFID In Their IDs

(Irene North)  Yet another school has jumped on the RFID tracking of their students. This time the Northside Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas plans to track their students via RFID chips placed in their student IDs. It will begin trials at two schools and, if administrators like it, all 100,000 students will be required to use it. District officials said the Radio Frequency Identification System (RFID) tags would improve safety by allowing them to locate students — and count them more accurately at the beginning of the school day to help offset cuts in state funding, which is partly based on attendance. “We want to harness…

COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF FEMA CAMPS

What is the Federal Emergency Management Agency? Simply put, it is the “secret government”. This agency has powers and authority that go well beyond any other agency in the nation. What can FEMA do? It can suspend laws. It can move entire populations. It can arrest and detain citizens without a warrant and can hold them without a trial. It can seize property, food supplies, and transportation systems. And it can even suspend the Constitution of the United States. When the first concept had been  presented, its original mission was to assure the survivability of the United States Government in…

DEA’s Michele Leonhart: If Science Disagrees, We’ll Shut Down Research

(MAPS)  Despite plentiful scientific that marijuana has the potential to ease pain, reduce depression, and even reduce the likelihood of certain kinds of cancer, the DEA still clings to their dogma that marijuana has no medical uses. By officially rejecting Professor Lyle Craker’s request to grow marijuana for federally-regulated research, the DEA has shown that when science disagrees with their policy, they’d rather stop the science than change their routine. WAMC is reporting that U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency Administrator Michele Leonhart has signed a second order denying University of Massachusetts Amherst professor Lyle Craker’s appeal on the agency’s original ban,…

13 Year Old Utah Girl Jailed For Hair-Cutting Prank

( Geoff Liesik)  The mother of a 13-year-old girl says she has filed a formal complaint against a juvenile court judge who told her he’d cut her daughter’s sentence if she cut off the girl’s ponytail in his courtroom. “She definitely needed to be punished for what had happened,” Valerie Bruno told the KSL. “But I never dreamt it would be that much of a punishment.” Bruno’s daughter, Kaytlen Lopan, was referred to 7th District Juvenile Judge Scott Johansen’s court in March for an allegation of assault. Lopan and a friend endeared themselves to a 3-year-old girl at McDonald’s in Price…

China Takes Knockoffs To New Levels By Cloning Entire Austrian Village

(Molly Oswaks)  China has long been known for its knock-offs and copy-cat merch, but this latest project is some next-level kind of counterfeit crazy. The Austrian village of Hallstat—a centuries-old village of 900 and a UNESCO heritage site that relies heavily on season tourism to survive—was recently cloned by Minmetals Land Inc., the real estate development arm of China Minmetals Corp., China’s largest metals trader. Chinese Hallstat, by contrast, is a nouveau riche housing estate (in Guangdong province’s Huizhou city, about 100 miles from Hong Kong). News 24 reports that Minmetals staff had been deployed to “Old” Hallstatt, where they took photos and…

Former Head Of Star Wars Program Says Cheney Main 9/11 Suspect

(Laura Tyco)  The former head of the Star Wars missile defense program under Presidents Ford and Carter has gone public to say that the official version of 9/11 is a conspiracy theory and his main suspect for the architect of the attack is Vice President Dick Cheney. Dr. Robert M. Bowman, Lt. Col., USAF, ret. flew 101 combat missions in Vietnam. He is the recipient of the Eisenhower Medal, the George F. Kennan Peace Prize, the President’s Medal of Veterans for Peace, the Society of Military Engineers Gold Medal (twice), six Air Medals, and dozens of other awards and honors.…

The Pentagon Is Developing Cyber Weapons That Launch Without Human Intervention

(Joe Wolverton)  The United States government is developing a computer system that would allow it to conduct cyber warfare without the intervention of a human programmer. Recently, stories have leaked detailing the U.S. government’s creation and implementation of two cyber attacks on the information systems of other nations. “Flame” was the name of a computer virus reportedly developed and launched by the United States in order to glean critical data from computers in several Middle Eastern countries. According to a story published in the Washington Post, the United States and Israel launched a joint venture to develop the Flame virus. Once launched into cyber…

Scientists Genetically Engineered Cows To Produce Human Breast Milk

(Mohammed Ismail)  A new level of genetically modified food has been successfully created, as scientists have revealed their calf whose milk can be consumed by lactose intolerant humans, and another genetically engineered cow whose milk contains a synthetic “healthy” fat found in fish. Scientists, assisting the failing mainstream dairy industry, have been trying to create food and other products from livestock that promote good health by genetically modifying the animals producing them.  Seems like backwards logic. Chinese scientists injected human genes into over 300 dairy cows to control the properties of the milk produced. Those modified cows produced milk with similar properties…

Judge Napolitano: It’s Difficult To See How ‘Fast And Furious’ Could Fall Into Protected Executive Privilege

(Studio B)  Judge Napolitano commented on today’s Studio B on the president’s invocation of executive privilege regarding the concealment of documents involved in the botched ‘Fast and Furious’ gunrunning operation. “There’s actually a constitutional clash here,” Napolitano stated, saying that the Supreme Court resolved it once before in a very famous case called the United States vs. Nixon in which the then-president’s documents were subpoenaed and he refused to comply. There are ways to tell if executive privilege applies to the said documents. The first way, according to Napolitano, is “if the conversations about the documents were intended to advise the…

Fox News Covers Agenda 21

(Thomas Dishaw)  In a unusual turn of events Fox News covers Agenda 21 for almost 6 minutes.  For those of you who haven’t heard of Agenda 21 I challenge you to get familiar with this topic.  The takeover of land and resources is being implemented in many areas of the U.S. and possibly your own backyard. [youtube_sc url=”http://youtu.be/G89FzWTE9cE”]  

Indiana SWAT Team Raids House Over Comments Made Online

(John Martin)  Stephanie Milan, 18, was relaxing in her family’s living room Thursday watching the Food Network when a heavily armed squad of Evansville police officers arrived on the front porch. Dressed in full protective gear, police broke the storm door of the home at 616 East Powell Ave. — the Milans’ front door was already open on the hot summer day. They also broke a front window. They tossed a flashbang stun grenade into the living room that made a deafening blast. A short distance away, a local television crew’s cameras were rolling. The police had invited the station…

Scumbag Sandusky Guilty On 45 Of 48 Counts

 (CBS/AP)   Jerry Sandusky showed little emotion as the jury in child sex abuse trial read the verdict finding him “guilty” on 45 counts and “not guilty” on three. The judge immediately revoked his bail and he was handcuffed and sent to the Center County Correctional Facility. “The Sandusky family is very disappointed obviously by the verdict of the jury but we respect their verdict, said defense attorney Joe Amendola. “We have some appeal issues, we’ll pursue.” The 68-year-old former Penn State assistant football coach fought 48 counts that accused him of abusing 10 boys over 15 years. Word of a…

Children Banned From Drawing On Sidewalk With Chalk

(FoxNY)  Denver mom Sarah Cohen says drawing sidewalk chalk art is one of her three-year-old daughter Emerson’s “simple pleasures in life.” “It’s definitely better than video games,” Cohen told KCNC.  However, the homeowner’s association in Cohen’s neighborhood feels differently. They say Emerson’s drawings — usually of hearts and flowers — are distracting and offensive blights on their community.   My initial reaction was, ‘You have to be kidding me,” Cohen said. The association, called Innovations and Courtyard Traditions at Stapleton, temporarily banned children from drawing on sidewalks, saying anything that offends, disturbs or interferes with the peaceful enjoyment is not allowed on…

UN Claims Climate Change Causing Food Shortages & Price Increases

(Dorsi Diaz)  As leaders from over 130 nations meet to discuss sustainable development, new research shows how climate change will likely worsen a key issue in the future: hunger. As the leaders meet at the United Nations Rio+20 conference, research has uncovered some startling news: the number of undernourished women and young children could increase by 20% and will affect one of every five within a decade because of climate change. As countries continue to get hit by massive flooding, droughts, extreme cold snaps, extreme heat, tornadoes and hurricanes, food production will be affected, according to the World Health Organization and other groups.…

Brain Scanner Records Your Dreams On Video

(Evan Ackerman)  Just a few weeks ago, we posted about how brain patterns can reveal almost exactly what you’re thinking. Now, researchers at UC Berkeley have figured out how to extract what you’re picturing inside your head, and they can play it back on video. The way this works is very similar to the mind-reading technique that we covered earlier this month. A functional MRI (fMRI) machine watches the patterns that appear in people’s brains as they watch a movie, and then correlates those patterns with the image on the screen. With these data, a complex computer model was created to predict the relationships…