Jesse Ventura Wins Lawsuit Against Chris Kyle Estate

“I don’t feel good because the SEALs are my unit and I can’t go out to a reunion anymore, and I’ve been to more SEAL reunions than I have high school reunions and I’ve never missed a high school reunion. And I can’t go now because that was the place I felt safe and I […]

Co-Ed Bathrooms in California Schools and Freedom

Co-Ed Bathrooms in California Schools and Freedom – MBS Talk Radio: Episode 1 (audio podcast) Topics: (in order) The Federal Reserve Note. “Prince Vega Exposes The Illuminati For Copying Egypt, Says George Washington Was A Fake Free Mason.” The Red-shield of Rothschild. David Rockefeller. John D. Rockefeller, the snake oil salesman, and the movie, There […]

California trying to ban hunting ammunition

Mike Lelieur California Senate District 17: Your State Senator Needs to Know that YOU OPPOSE Banning Traditional Hunting If enacted, Assembly Bill 711 would make California the first state in the nation to prohibit the use of lead ammunition for ALL hunting. Such a ban on traditional ammunition would have devastating effects on hunting and […]

Gary McKinnon wins 10 year fight against extradition

A British computer hacker has won his 10-year fight against extradition to the U.S. with the U.K. government saying he was unfit to face the charges against him. In a statement to the House of Commons on Tuesday, Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May said that the extradition of Gary McKinnon, a 46-year-old computer administrator from […]

FLASHBACK: Man Protests Treatment By Challenging Cop To MMA Fight

(KTVI-KPLR)   Rich Stephens was an offensive lineman for the Oakland Raiders in the 90′s but he’s going on the offensive now against a Byrnes Mill police department. He claims officer Tim Walker mistreated him during a traffic stop so he took out a full page ad in a paper challenging him to a fight. He […]

Oil companies win NAFTA fight over local investment

ShareThis Oil companies win NAFTA fight over local investment –ExxonMobil and Murphy Oil win NAFTA dispute over N.L. research investment demands 01 Jun 2012 A NAFTA panel has ruled against Canada in a case about local investment by oil companies in Newfoundland and Labrador. The panel ruled in favour of Mobil and Murphy Oil over […]

Julian Assange given 14 days to challenge extradition ruling

ShareThis Julian Assange given 14 days to challenge extradition ruling 30 May 2012 Julian Assange’s fight against extradition to Sweden may stagger on to a second round at the supreme court after he was granted permission to submit fresh arguments. Despite losing by a majority of five to two, his lawyers have been given 14 […]

US Special Forces in Yemen

ShareThis US Special Forces in Yemen 17 May 2012 A group of about 20 U.S. special forces are on the ground in Yemen, helping the government fight insurgents in the south of the country, officials say. Their work includes using high-tech equipment to help the Yemeni military locate targets, the Los Angeles Times reported. The […]

Anonymous targets Activision CEO after being labeled “terrorists” in new Call of Duty video game

   (Michael Stone)   Anonymous targets Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg after new Activision game Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 portrays Anonymous as the enemy. A recently released trailer for the new Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 video game portrays Anonymous hacktivists as cyber terrorists and an enemy of the people. The trailer, released Tuesday, May 1, is creating […]

CIA wins fight to keep MPs in dark on rendition

ShareThis CIA wins fight to keep MPs in dark on rendition –Court keeps UK role secret – as No 10 calls for police to question Labour ministers 11 Apr 2012 American intelligence agencies including the CIA and the FBI have won a court ruling allowing them to withhold evidence from British MPs about suspected UK […]