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ISIS CAMP CLAIM IN MEXICO IS PROPAGANDA

By Joel Skousen | Sunday, April 19, 2015

According to Judicial Watch, ISIS is operating a camp just a few miles from El Paso, Texas. I think the conservative watchdog outfit has been duped by their anonymous sources which include a Mexican Army field grade officer and a Mexican Federal Police Inspector. 

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US BACKS SAUDIS CRUSHING YEMEN UPRISING

By Joel Skousen | Saturday, April 18, 2015
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HILLARY VERSUS THE INCREASINGLY CROWDED GOP FIELD

By Joel Skousen | Friday, April 17, 2015

Hillary Clinton finally announced what has been a given for the past eight years: that she is running for president... again. It was almost anticlimactic. The media’s reaction was not particularly overwhelming either, other than to revel in the liberal knee-jerk prospect of electing “the countries first woman president.” The press is spending most of its time covering the latest republican candidates which are surfacing almost weekly. This week, I’ll also cover new entrants Carly Fiorina and Marco Rubio which bring the total GOP candidates to an almost even dozen.  

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RAND PAUL OFFICIALLY RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT

By Joel Skousen | Sunday, April 12, 2015

Even though Paul was upstaged by Ted Cruz who declared for president last week, Paul has several advantages with constitutional conservatives over Ted Cruz, and also some serious weaknesses. My good friend and fellow patriot Pastor Chuck Baldwin did an outstanding job this week in analyzing the pros and cons of Rand’s candidacy. Here are some excerpts with a few of my insights.  

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PREPAREDNESS TIP: BUG OUT VEHICLES - PART III by Andrew Skousen

By Joel Skousen | Saturday, April 11, 2015

Here are some of the best vehicles for “getting out of Dodge” that will still prove useful afterwards on your retreat. This list is sorted from more passengers to less: 

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FINALLY A MURDER CHARGE FOR EXCESSIVE POLICE FORCE

By Joel Skousen | Friday, April 10, 2015

For years the rate of police brutality and excessive force, both lethal and non-lethal, has been growing steadily and unjustifiably in America. The US rate of death at the hands of police now is 70 times higher than any other nation in the world. Most of this is due to a culture of excessive deference to law enforcement, which gives police a sense of being “untouchable,” but this has grown into a Mafia-like system of coverup and protection that has taken over most big city police forces. Police have lied outright and planted false evidence (drugs, guns, knives) on the victims in order to justify improper actions and even killings; police chiefs give excessive shielding by manipulating and controlling internal investigations; and judges grant excessive deference to the police version, and even dismissing evidence to the contrary. But all those illegal schemes came undone this week for one case thanks to a bystander who caught on video the unjustified shooting of a black man (8 times in the back) by a South Carolina police officer as the victim was fleeing the improper use of a taser—which was then planted on the body. The officer is rightly charged with murder. 

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PREPAREDNESS TIP: BUG OUT VEHICLES - PART II by Andrew Skousen

By Joel Skousen | Thursday, April 09, 2015

Last week we discussed important aspects of a retreat plan and some of the alternate transportation to consider. Now let’s look at specific aspects of better automobiles. The right vehicle will be a balance between being useful to you right now, and having the right capabilities for “bugging out” and being maintained in a crisis where parts are no longer available. This isn’t as impossible as it sounds if you’re willing to live with a few utilitarian compromises. Here are the main criteria: 

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Robert Kennedy Jr. warns of vaccine-linked ‘holocaust’

By Todd Savage | Wednesday, April 08, 2015

With lawmakers preparing to vote on a bill blocking parents from skipping vaccinations for their children, prominent vaccine skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. arrived at the Sacramento screening of a film linking autism to the vaccine preservative thimerosal and warned that public health officials cannot be trusted.

 

“They can put anything they want in that vaccine and they have no accountability for it,” said Kennedy, who walked onto and left a Crest Theater stage to standing ovations, of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 

Wednesday afternoon will see the first hearing for a bill eliminating the personal belief exemption parents can cite in order to avoid vaccinating their kids. Senate Bill 277 was prompted by soaring exemption rates in some schools districts and outbreaks of long-dormant diseases like measles and whooping cough.

 

Kennedy has credited the film Trace Amounts with helping to persuade lawmakers to halt a vaccination measure in Oregon. Advocates offered free Trace Amounts tickets to every California lawmaker, visiting offices in the State Capitol on Monday to drop them off. Three rows cordoned off for lawmakers sat empty on Wednesday evening, though some staff members attended.

 

The overwhelming scientific consensus supports vaccine use and dismisses any serious side effects. Multiple studies have rejected any link between the mercury-containing chemical thimerosal and autism. Nevertheless, vaccine manufacturers have removed thimerosal from nearly all childhood vaccines (some influenza vaccines are the exception) and a California bill further barred thimerosal content.

 

In light of those facts, SB 277’s author called Kennedy’s continued activism disingenuous.

 

“I think it is dangerous that he is spreading misinformation about something that’s very important for public health,” Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, a pediatrician, said in an interview. “Autism rates have continued to rise even though we are not using thimerosal in vaccines for children,” he added. “We still haven’t figured out exactly what causes autism. We do know it’s not vaccines.”

 

But some parents fear information about the hazards of vaccines has been suppressed, largely because of what they call the pharmaceutical industry’s influence over health officials. Many parents believe their children have been damaged by vaccines. When Kennedy asked the crowd of a few hundred viewers how many parents had a child injured by vaccines, numerous hands went up.

 

“They get the shot, that night they have a fever of a hundred and three, they go to sleep, and three months later their brain is gone,” Kennedy said. “This is a holocaust, what this is doing to our country.”

 

Courtesy Sacramento Bee Jeremy B. White, Bee Capitol Bureau, (916) 326-5543.

 

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WHY THE ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK IS NOT A THREAT TO THE DOLLAR

By Joel Skousen | Wednesday, April 08, 2015

ZeroHedge.com and many others have been pushing the mantra that the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), is a threat to dollar dominance—especially now that other Western allies are joining it, implying that the western coalition is breaking up. These are the same smart people that have been ignorantly pushing the dollar collapse scenario for years, all to no effect. They keep looking for new reasons to justify their failed collapse predictions. This is the latest: “US Hegemony, Dollar Dominance Are Officially Dead As China Scores Overwhelming Victory In Bank Battle.” 

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LITHUANIA PREPARES FOR WAR

By Joel Skousen | Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Lithuania knows what’s coming after Russia takes what it wants in Ukraine. They’ll push for a land corridor into the Kaliningrad enclave on their southern border with Poland. The globalist allowed Russia to keep this militarized enclave after the phony fall of the Soviet Union. They could have demanded back then that Russia let it go free like the rest of Europe, but they knew Kaliningrad was Russia’s key to keeping a military foothold in Europe—not to mention a future excuse to encroach on Lithuanian territory. So, as East News/ Bartosz Krupa reports, Lithuania is rightly preparing for war—at least for three days until the West can send help.  

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