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Prison Planet.com | The same day US Special Forces were practicing Urban Warfare in America with foreign troops from 16 nations, in one of those nations, Thailand, a military coup was rounding up politicians.

Prison Planet.com | Alex covers the attack of the left on alternative media, the first amendment and the issues that are preventing the bridges of peace being built in our country today.

Steve Watson | 16 soldiers killed in deadly raid blamed on armed militias.

Tony Cartalucci | The regime in Ukraine is rushing forward with elections, supposedly to take place on May 25, even as much of the country descends into chaos.

Prison Planet.com | David Knight breaks down why Rand Paul’s filibuster ended early.

Michael Snyder | Do you remember when the pundits were talking about how the Tea Party movement was going to transform American politics?

Paul Craig Roberts | The police and the courts are completely corrupted institutions that reek of injustice and evil.

Washington’s Blog | The Bush and Obama Administrations Chose the Big Banks Instead Over the American People.

Michael Krieger | The CIA organized a fake vaccination program in Pakistan several years ago in order to get Osama bin Laden’s family DNA.

Michael Snyder | Millions of fish are suddenly dying all over the planet.

Peter Schiff | One of the biggest questions at the end of 2013 was how the Treasury market would react to the reduction of bond buying that would result from the Federal Reserve’s tapering campaign.

Michael S. Rozeff | If the freedom to choose one’s non-territorial government is central to libertarianism, what is its relation to the Non-Aggression Principle (NAP)?

Prison Planet.com | Is it coincidence or design that American foreign policy has decimated Christians in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Nigeria?

Elizabeth Renter | Do you believe the government actively works to suppress alternative medicine?

Daniel Taylor | Establishment behaving like a crazed psychopath that knows he is about to be brought to justice.

Daily Caller | University of California-Santa Barbara students have been most successful at pushing trigger warnings.

Michael S. Rozeff | On June 6, 2054, General Thomas Jones wrote in his diary: “Running the world is a tough job.

Freedom Outpost | The whole scenario of the Benghazi incident seems cut and dry to most Americans.

Washington’s Blog | Mass Surveillance Is Completely Unnecessary.

Christina Sarich | “The world today has 6.9 billion people and that’s headed up to about 9 billion. If we do a really great job, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.” ~ Bill Gates.

London Guardian | A web of deception has finally been untangled: the Justice Department got the US supreme court to dismiss a case that could have curtailed the NSA’s dragnet. Why?

Prison Planet.com | Infowars reporters tell what they saw and how it felt to walk through a completely deserted city that looked like it had been depopulated with a nuclear,biological, or chemical attack.

Prison Planet.com | Americans are increasingly standing up against government corruption.

Paul Joseph Watson | Cops in armored vehicle asked by residents “Are you coming to take our guns away?”

RT | Michelle Obama has inadvertently sparked an online anti-drone campaign.

Daniel McAdams | US Secretary of State John Kerry seems to be on a personal mission to draw the US into an invasion of Syria.

Washington’s Blog | Putin Is Neither The Defiant Counterweight Hero Or The Neo-Stalinist Imperialist, But Rather Playing a Russian Version Of Vicious Nixon Politics.

Washington’s Blog | And the U.S. Launched 201 Out of the 248 Armed Conflicts Since the End of WWII.

Mac Slavo | In recent years governments and politicians threatened by truth have stepped up their efforts to crush the free flow of information.

Jon Rappoport | A federal bill, HR 3717 (Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act of 2013), is being refined in the hope of gaining big support from both sides of the political aisle.

Michael Snyder | By the end of this decade, the U.S. Army will be the smallest that it has been since World War II.

Walter E. Block | This is my attempt to help temper the rancor I currently see in the liberty community.

Prison Planet.com | The right to self defense is gaining popularity in Mexico as citizens are fighting back against cartels.

Washington’s Blog | Why Is the NSA Putting Israel First?

Paul Joseph Watson | Leftist publication regurgitates intellectually bankrupt White House talking point.

Mikael Thalen | A woman in Alpine, Texas has accused a DEA agent of smashing her neck with the butt of an M-16 rifle during a raid on her sister’s smoke shop.

Scott Lazarowitz | Well, the Southern Poverty Law Center has issued a report to remind the rest of us just how paranoid the people there really are.

Michael Snyder | If there is one thing that you cannot live without, it is fresh water.

Bizpac Review | Former Congressman Allen West questioned the timing of the Obama administration’s focus on the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls, saying it’s “fishy” to him.

Michael Krieger | Greenwald is in particularly rare form.

Paul Craig Roberts and Dave Kranzler | Is the Fed “tapering”?

Senator Rand Paul | Defending the rights of all American citizens to a trial by jury is a core value of our Constitution.

Lew Rockwell Blog | The IMF loan to Ukraine is eurocratization of Ukraine without Ukraine’s having signed the Association Agreement with the EU that president Yanukovych decided not to sign.

New American | It began as a quiet plot by at least one North Dakota education official to personally attack and defame an expert on Common Core.

Ron Paul | In several eastern Ukrainian towns over the past week, the military opened fire on its own citizens.

Tony Cartalucci | TIME Magazine echos Wall Street and Washington – so when it speaks, readers must listen in that context.

Eric Margolis | It’s a perfect media sensation: exotic locale and remarkably nasty kidnappers from a northern rebel movement, Boko Haram.

Prison Planet.com | David Knight discusses how the unconstitutional war on drugs targets the peaceful pot smoker but lets the dangerous cartels go free.

Mikael Thalen | A Democratic congressional candidate insulted countless Americans this week after tweeting an offensive joke regarding the 2012 Benghazi attack.

Kurt Nimmo | Criminals know the vast majority of New Yorkers are unarmed and helpless.

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