The Buckeye State has given us yet another example of state-level non-compliance with unconstitutional federal acts.
According to a December 6, 2013 article in The Columbus Dispatch, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles recently abandoned their DHS-approved REAL ID compliance plan amid privacy and rights violations concerns. Continue reading
1/2/14. Feds Preparing For Violence Targeting Social Security Buildings? Paul Joseph Watson, infowars.com
The Department of Homeland Security is spending up to $58 million dollars to hire armed guards to protect two Social Security buildings in Baltimore, measures which some see as preparation for upcoming civil unrest. Continue reading
1/7/14. Hassan Rasouli to leave hospital after Canadian Supreme Court ruled doctors cannot withdraw life support. Peter Baklinski, lifesitenews.com
An elderly gentleman at the center of a recent Supreme Court ruling that barred doctors from deciding whether a patient lives or dies will be transferred from the hospital where doctors had fought to withdraw life support against family wishes to another health-care facility. Continue reading
1/1/14. Feds Consider Vehicle Location Tracking in New Cars. Kit Daniels, infowars.com
In a few weeks, federal officials may require new vehicles to have trackable GPS “safety” devices which could be hacked to cause automobile accidents and may even usher in mileage taxes. Continue reading
1/7/14. A New Year, a New 40,000 Laws. thetrumpet.com
By the measure of signing new bills into law, America’s Congress this past year was the most ineffective in American history, passing a meager 56 laws.
Individual states, however, surged ahead with legislative ferocity.
As a new calendar year begins, a mind-staggering 40,000 new state laws are coming into effect. Continue reading
1/6/14. General cements plan to end Obama’s reign. Drew Zahn, wnd.com
Polls show Americans of all parties are upset with the direction of the country, but what can they actually do to make a difference?
Retired Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely, as chairman of Stand Up America, has been at the forefront of many of these rallying cries, encouraging Americans to take action in a number of ways.
But now the former deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army in the Pacific has settled upon a battle plan he believes could actually work: a House-led, parliamentary style vote of “no confidence” in Obama’s administration. Continue reading
1/2/14. Breaking the Code: NSA Working on Quantum Computer to Defeat Encryption. Kurt Nimmo, infowars.com
According to a story published by the Washington Post, documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden reveal an effort by the NSA to build “a cryptologically useful quantum computer” capable of breaking any kind of encryption used to protect banking, medical, business and government records. The research is part of $79.7 million classified program paid for by the American tax payer. Continue reading