Activist Post: What Kind Of Power Should Government Have Over Your Life?

“Jewish Man Exposes Israel’s Lies”

It does beg the question, is Zionism a racist ideology? Going to have to find this book as well as research the author but this is definitely a different version of history than I had been taught.

“Declassified: Massive Israeli manipulation of US media exposed”

“War With Iran By George Galloway (Must Watch)”

“Iran hasn’t invaded a country in 300 years” I think that people are people are people. 95% of us don’t want to fight, want to be the change we desire in the world and try to act locally. The other 5% either actively pursue “change” or in other parlance “try to make the world safe for democracy”- or are to scared to think rationally. Self defense is wholly different from aggression.

Congress set to hand our highways and freeways over to foreign corporations: New toll roads planned for all 50 states! « The PPJ Gazette

Rachel Maddow – Ron Paul Should Have Won Maine Caucus – 12160

Vote fraud…for those who want a nice film to snuggle on the couch and watch, something with substance- “Hacking Democracy” and perhaps you too may say “Inconceivable, I do not think that word means what you think it means”
http://12160.info/video/rachel-maddow-ron-paul-should-have-won-maine-caucus?xg_source=shorten_twitter

MAJOR NEWS IN GREECE!!!

http://12160.info/page/2-live-stream-greece-protest?xg_source=shorten_twitter

What happens in Greece has worldwide ramifications. Do they honor the debt or default? The rest of the world may well follow their lead.

CBO: Taxes Will ‘Shoot Up by More Than 30 Percent’ Over Next 2 Years | CNSnews.com

When we exchange freedom for security, this is what happens. http://cnsnews.com/news/article/cbo-taxes-will-shoot-more-30-percent-over-next-2-years

“US judges tragic kickback greed exposes prison system profiteering”

We really need to examine our prison culture.   

Revolutionary Politics::Revolutionary Politics : Noam Chomsky Response to Ron Paul at CNN/Tea Party Debate

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