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Domestic Terror or Fasle Flag? FBI, Homeland Security Target Militias in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio…VIDEOLarge FBI, Homeland Security Operation Targets Militias in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio…
March 28, 2010
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The following audio report was posted on the Militia Radio site on the evening of March 27:
Update: Fox News reports this afternoon that seven people have been arrested for allegedly selling pipe bombs in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana in connection with the federal raids. “The arrests and raids in Michigan and Indianapolis are related to alleged militia activity in the region, but are not related to international terrorism. There is not a current threat to the public, according to a law enforcement source.” Fox does not mention FBI activity in Ohio, covered below.Large FBI, Homeland Security Operation Targets Militias in Michigan, Indiana,... more
WorldNetDaily is reporting that Bob Basso, who has released videos urging Americans to take their government back from corrupt politicians, was reportedly “summoned to the White House by President Obama to discuss the subject matter of the short films.”
In the video below, Basso, who portrays Thomas Paine, author of the “Common Sense” pamphlet that made the case for independence during the American Revolution, has called for Americans to send tea bags to Congress. Basso strongly criticizes Congress for approving the “largest spending bill in history without reading it” and takes Americans to task because “you did nothing.”
The video, “We The People Stimulus Package,” has over a million views.
Basso is a former award winning news director for NBC TV and visiting professor at UCLA.
He was scheduled to appear on the Jerry Doyle radio show but canceled after Obama had personally invited him to meet in the White House “to discuss the disturbing nature of the videos,” according to WND.WorldNetDaily is reporting that Bob Basso, who has released videos urging Americans to... more
Appearing on the Alex Jones Show today, founder-pastor of Crossroad Baptist Church and presidential nominee of the Constitution Party for the 2008 U.S. Presidential election, Chuck Baldwin, talked about the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) report designating Baldwin, Ron Paul, Bob Barr supporters and Libertarians as terrorists.
Infowars broke the story on March 11 after Alex Jones received the MIAC document from an anonymous source in the Missouri police.
“The MIAC report specifically describes supporters of presidential candidates Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin, and Bob Barr as ‘militia’ influenced terrorists and instructs the Missouri police to be on the lookout for supporters displaying bumper stickers and other paraphernalia associated with the Constitutional, Campaign for Liberty, and Libertarian parties,” Kurt Nimmo wrote for Infowars.
On March 13, Paul Joseph Watson, Kurt Nimmo and Alex Jones expanded coverage of the MIAC report.
Mr. Baldwin asserted his strong opposition to the document and Missouri police efforts to characterize mainstream political parties and their supporters as domestic terrorists. The MIAC report specifically links these supporters to “militia” influenced terrorists. “Police are educated in the document that people are are anti-abortion, own gold, display an assortment of U.S. flags, or even those that talk about the film Zeitgeist, view the police as their ‘enemy’ and conflates them with domestic terrorists like Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, Olympic bomber Eric Rudolph and other domestic militia groups who have been charged with plotting terrorist attacks,” Infowars and Prison Planet reported.
Well...I am now, according to the report, a terrorist. I now have the strange feeling that I need to bomb something....be right back.
Share your thoughts, Current users.Appearing on the Alex Jones Show today, founder-pastor of Crossroad Baptist Church and... more
The fifteen percent rule established by the Commission on Presidential Debates says that you need at least fifteen percent in polls before you can be included in the debates. Problem is, not only is fifteen a bit high, but Ross Perot got into the debates with only seven to nine percent in polls. This led him to become way ahead in polls. Barr polled at around six percent in 2008, yet he was not included. Most Democrats and Republicans wanted to see him, and to a lesser extent Nader, in the debates.
Maybe the Democrat and Republican led CPD didn't want a three or four way election? Even if Barr and Nader are on the fringe, I think it should have been for the American people to decide, not the media. Numerous people stated that they didn't know much about Barr.The fifteen percent rule established by the Commission on Presidential Debates says... more
It turns out most people are still unaware of their choices for candidate. Last week I bit into the sausage with the help of Undecided Dave at Hot Dougs in Chicago.It turns out most people are still unaware of their choices for candidate. Last week I... more
The left-right paradigm characterizing our political system will not change anytime soon, whether we like it or not. As such, we libertarians have to find a way to operate within it if we wish to grow our ranks and prominence and eventually win elections. Fortunately, we have a fantastic opportunity to do so right smack dab in the middle of the paradigm.
A simple look at in exit polls from the election years above, in addition to those in the 1992 election, reveals that the “center” has long been the kingmaker in American electoral politics. Observe that:The left-right paradigm characterizing our political system will not change anytime... more
United Liberty was begun by individuals from a large variation of backgrounds, all having the same goal in mind- the maximizing of individual liberty. We are not a monolithic group, seeing everything through the same eyes, and therefore have different ideas about how to best achieve that goal. All of us began as supporters of the same candidate, but since his name will not be on the ballot in our respective states, we wanted to share who we will be voting for and who we predict will win.United Liberty was begun by individuals from a large variation of backgrounds, all... more
video from http://cspanjunkie.org/?p=964
October 30, 2008 C-SPAN
Chuck Baldwin http://www.baldwin08.com/
Bob Barr http://www.bobbarr2008.com/
Ralph Nader http://www.votenader.org
video from http://cspanjunkie.org/?p=964 October 30, 2008 C-SPAN Chuck Baldwin... more
When I first heard about Bob Barr’s Libertarian Party run, I actually looked at his past as a Republican congressman as a positive. That began to change as I heard more from him. When I first heard about Bob Barr’s Libertarian Party run, I actually looked at... more
video from http://www.youtube.com/user/votethirdpartynow
Thursday, October 30, 2008 4:00 PM
Debate: The Economy: Where do we go from here?
The City Club will hold a debate between third party presidential candidates.
This event is free to the public. Tickets will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis on the day of the event.
Chuck Baldwin http://www.baldwin08.com/
Bob Barr http://www.bobbarr2008.com/
Ralph Nader http://www.votenader.org
It’s debate week!
Ralph Nader will appear tomorrow (Thursday October 30, 2008, 4:30 to 5:30 EST) in a Third Party debate at the City Club of Cleveland. Libertarian candidate Bob Barr and Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin will participate in the debate. The three other electorally viable Presidential candidates have been invited.
Then on Sunday November 2, 2008, Matt Gonzalez will appear in a three-way vice-presidential debate in Las Vegas with the Constitution and Libertarian VP candidates. That debate is being sponsored by Free & Equal.
(By the way, in case you haven’t seen it yet, check out Matt’s most recent expose of the Obama-led corporate and militarist Democrats. We predict Obama will not address any of these issues head on tonight in his 30 minute, five network infomercial.)
C-Span will tape the City Club of Cleveland debate and show it sometime this weekend.
And the City Club will live stream the event on their website.
So, tell your friends and family to watch tomorrow afternoon.
Onward to November.
The Nader Teamvideo from http://www.youtube.com/user/votethirdpartynow Thursday, October 30,... more
I FINALLY registered to vote. I decided to vote thinking about when people of Iraq were standing in line, risking their lives to vote. I thought; why shouldn't I??
Next Step: chosing the right candidate. So I went online and started researching candidates not parties. When I came across Dr. Ron Paul, I was shocked that I hadn't heard from him before. I bought a book called "Ron Paul Speaks by Philip Haddad and Roger Marsh, Ron Paul did the introduction. IThe book is just his quotes on different subjects that would be appealing to anyone. I was very shocked to see how much truth he has revealed, about our Gov't, the Federal Reserve, and reason when he switch this medical career for a political one. After reading and researching Dr. Ron Paul I thought why wouldn't anyone vote for him???
He has been loyaly consistent when he votes, he votes for what he believes in. I should say that I don't think that he is running this year, but I know he is on the voting ballot for president. That was confusing to me. However, I know Dr. Paul has endorsed Chuck Baldwin for President which he holds the same principles and Dr. Ron Paul. Please just give this site a few minutes of your time, it will open yours eyes!!I FINALLY registered to vote. I decided to vote thinking about when people of Iraq... more
Bob Barr and Cynthia McKinney won’t be the only also-rans in the pack of presidential contenders. Most people know about the Libertarian and Green parties’ candidates, but there are others–aside from the Dems’ and the GOP’s, of course–and they have their own ideas about how to govern this country. After reading this, you won’t be able to say that you didn’t know all your options.
Gene Amundson, Prohibition Party: “I’m talking about safety and about economics. The Prohibition years were the last time we had a balanced budget until Nixon. So running is about getting this discussion into the minds of people. Also, there’s no such thing as responsible drinking—it’s a myth.”
Chuck Baldwin, Constitution Party: “The Republican Party has not had a true conservative since Regan. The two Bush presidencies have been unmitigated disasters, and have eroded whatever loyalty to conservative principles that the Republican Party had. So I’m trying to take the message of constitutional government, limited government, personal freedom, and national independence to the American people.”
Charles Jay, Boston Tea Party: “Why wouldn’t I run? is the real question. I’m going to win if I get through to the end, because somewhere along the line, we’re going to change some minds.”
Jackson Kirk Grimes, United Fascist Union: “We must end the reign of terror of the capitalist elite. To correct the flaws in modern society, the United Fascist Union recommends halting the monopolies on utilities; imposing strict censorship on the press; halting urban sprawl; and enacting rules of public conduct that police would enforce rigidly.”
Alan Keyes, America’s Independent Party: “If you really want to see a change in government then we need to restore the credibility of the Republican party—a credibility that has been destroyed by the betrayal of promises to keep government limited and a betrayal that has resulted in outrageously high budget deficits.”
Gloria La Riva, Party for Socialism and Liberation: “As a worker and a union leader who represents workers who are losing their jobs left and right, my run for the presidency is against the corporations, the banks, and big money—the pillars of the American plutocracy.”
Frank McEnulty, New American Independent Party: “Being an independent president would allow me the ability to hire the best person for the job, regardless of the person’s political affiliation. The [current] president has filled his administration based on party loyalty first, with qualifications for the job often coming in second.”
Brian Moore, Socialist Party USA: “It is important that I run to offer all citizens an additional choice of candidates, and to enable them to send a message of protest, dissent, and/or support for the more radical, anti-establishment and anti-status-quo ideas that are never talked about by the two major-party candidates.”
Ralph Nader, Independent: “[Millennials] are the first generation that, when polled, say they’re not going to be as well off as their parents. And the indicators are all coming down: millions of Americans not making a living wage, not even close—Wal-Mart wages, McDonald’s wages, Kmart wages. Just think of that. This is the richest country in the world.”
[End of excerpt]
From Good Magaizine's "Why Vote? Reasons 1,150 - 1,158"
Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Generic
Bob Barr and Cynthia McKinney won’t be the only also-rans in the pack of... more
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Thank You!The debate is on! "This morning, Christina Tobin, Director of Free and Equal,... more
While the major-party race for the White House has been the subject of broad media attention for more than a year, the corporate media have mostly ignored at least four substantial third-party and independent candidates for the presidency.
Green Party candidate Cynthia McKinney and Libertarian candidate Bob Barr are both former congressmembers from the state of Georgia. Their presence in the White House race, along with independent candidate Ralph Nader and Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin, would seem to present an interesting counterpoint to the major-party race between Barack Obama and John McCain. While the corporate press has apparently decided that the differences between Obama and McCain are more or less the only political opinions worth exploring this election season, the third-party and independent candidates take positions on issues like drug war policy, Israel-Palestine, civil liberties and military intervention that differ markedly from the views of either major-party candidate.
According to a Nexis news database search of the major network newscasts, McKinney's name has never been mentioned this year on the networks' news programs, while Barr and Nader's candidacies have garnered a total of only 31 mentions between them (15 times on ABC, 12 times on NBC and 4 on CBS). Including the Fox network-- which airs Fox News Sunday on its broadcast affiliates--yields one passing mention of Nader, and an interview with Barr (6/29/08). PBS's NewsHour with Jim Lehrer offered passing mentions of Nader and Barr when they announcements as candidates (2/25/08, 5/12/08); more recently, the show has interviewed each of them one-on-one (10/14/08, 10/20/08).
The context in which Barr and Nader have been covered is worth examining; by FAIR's count, many of the references to the candidates dealt primarily with the potential effect on the fortunes of the major-party candidates--i.e., whether a third-party candidate would be a "spoiler." That accounted for 11 mentions of Barr and Nader.
Passing mentions of Nader or Barr accounted for another 13 mentions; four of these were joking or mocking references to Nader. (ABC's This Week includes humor clips from late-night talkshows, two of which included Nader as a punch line.)
A March 4 report on ABC's Good Morning America discussed the presidential election with a panel of children, one of whom asked, "There's like another thing, there's a guy named something Nader…. I think he's either running for the Green Party or the independents." ABC correspondent Chris Cuomo misinformed the children by saying "Green Party."
Actual interviews with the candidates were somewhat rare, but Nader has appeared on NBC's Meet the Press (2/24/08) and Nightly News (10/20/08), ABC's This Week (6/29/08) and the CBS Early Show (2/25/08). Barr has appeared on ABC's This Week (7/16/08).
The main question media tend to pose about third-party candidates is whether or not they will impact the outcome of the election. This is not at all surprising, given corporate media's preference for focusing on the horserace aspect of politics. The lesser-known candidates' generally low standing in the polls appears to make it less likely that they will play a decisive role on Election Day, but the media's refusal to open up the political conversation makes this outcome more or less a self-fulfilling prophecy.
While the major-party race for the White House has been the subject of broad media... more
As a gun-owner and someone who has escaped injury due to private gun ownership at least three times, I pay attention to the voting records of candidates regarding the 2nd Amendment. Obama has claimed to be a supporter of the 2nd Amendment, but his voting record indicates otherwise.As a gun-owner and someone who has escaped injury due to private gun ownership at... more
The third party debate, the Ohio voting mess, and what I think about Joe the Plumber.
CAMPAIGN UPDATE knows that election news and weird jokes go together like a popped-collar meathead and a vacant-eyed blonde. Created by Mark Ganek and Brett Erlich, Campaign Update strives to be the dumbest smart show on television.
Bookmark us and check us out every weekday at current.com/campaignupdateThe third party debate, the Ohio voting mess, and what I think about Joe the Plumber.... more
Most of us vote for the Republicans or the Democrats, but what people don't realize is that we have other options. The third parties have their own solutions to problems, and they're adults like anyone else. The media treats them like they're little kids playing dress-up, while the big boys play real politics.
Please do some research into the third parties before you vote this November. I know they will not win this year, but if more people started supporting them, we could oneday see a Libertarian or Green president, or even, logic and reason-forbid, a Constitutionalist president.
Oh and, for those who read my last post on this blog, I appologize for the use of a poster by the Nazi Party of Switzerland. I didn't know. I can't read German.
Back to this, imagine if you could only choose between two brands of milk, and both were old and stale and full of cow shit. That's what the two major parties are like. We need fresh ideas in the white house.Most of us vote for the Republicans or the Democrats, but what people don't... more