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Identifying Three Trends in Far Right Violence in the United States | October 29th, 2012

Anti-Federalist Trend
The anti-federalist trend (which is usually identified in the literature as the “militia” or “patriot” movement) appeared in full force only in the early to mid-1990s with the emergence of groups such as the Militia of Montana and the Michigan Militia. Anti-federalist and anti-government sentiments existed in U.S. society before the 1990s via diverse movements and ideological associations promoting anti-taxation, gun rights, and a “survivalist” lifestyle. Yet most scholars concur that the “farm crises” of the 1980s combined with the implications of rapid cultural, technological and normative changes in American society, as well as attempts to revise gun control and environmental legislation, facilitated the emergence of a fairly ideologically cohesive movement, as well as its rapid growth. – Combating Terrorism Center at West Point

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GAFFNEY: The real reason behind Benghazigate | October 27th, 2012

After all, Mr. Klein reported last month that, according to sources in Egyptian security, our ambassador was playing a “central role in recruiting jihadists to fight Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria.” It gets worse. Last week, Center for Security Policy senior fellow and former career CIA officer Clare Lopez observed that there were two large warehouse-type buildings associated with the so-called “consulate” whose purpose has yet to be disclosed. As their contents were raided in the course of the attack, we may never know for sure whether they housed — and were known by the local jihadis to house — arms, perhaps administered by the two former Navy SEALs killed along with Stevens.

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BenghaziGate: Two 9/11’s Bring Questions | October 26th, 2012

Could the Obama Administration’s Fast and Furious gunrunning operation to the Mexican drug cartels be simply a dress rehearsal for a much larger gunrunning operation to al Qaida-linked and other Jihadist groups in Libya and, more ominously, Syria?

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The Good Old Days Are Over | October 22nd, 2012

This article was written by Norse Prepper and originally published at SHTFplan.com
Do you remember “the good old days”?  It’s a simple question, but a question that induces different images to different people.  I have found myself spending a lot of time lately thinking of the way things used to be and hoping [...]

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Kristi Lee Cook _ Airborne Ranger Infantry | October 20th, 2012

“And all we ask is that you don’t forget
Cause the wars not over when the fighting ends
There’s a part of us that will always be
Just boys in a hole with our M-16s”

- Kristi Lee Cook

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Negotiations to extend U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan starting soon | October 17th, 2012

Some U.S. military officials have said the plan is to keep 25,000 American troops in Afghanistan past 2014, but Grossman insisted that there is no number yet and the 25,000 figure quoted in reports is speculative. NATO announced Monday that it will also keep international troops in Afghanistan past 2014 alongside U.S. troops, not for combat but strictly for the mission of training and advising the Afghans.

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Fusion Centers: Invading Your Privacy At Your Expense | October 15th, 2012

This article was written by Gregory Patin and originally published at Examiner.com
The U.S. government has spent up to $1.4 billion of taxpayer money since 2003 to create “threat fusion centers” under the guise of fighting terrorism. Yet a two-year bipartisan report recently released by the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations has found that these [...]

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Combat Veteran of Three Wars: Basil Plumley Dies | October 13th, 2012

“That battalion was the best trained, in good physical shape and most disciplined that I’ve ever seen,” he said. “We did real hard training at Fort Benning before we went into X-Ray. … But that battalion was made up of hard, disciplined, well-trained and well-commanded soldiers who didn’t give a damn how rough their training is as long as you’re fair about it. I was glad to have been a member of it.”

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Ft. Leavenworth Billboard is UP! | October 12th, 2012

Oath Keepers’ “The Tea Party is not the enemy” billboard IS NOW UP right outside the main gate to Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas

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Stewart Rhodes At Paulfest 2012: More On The NDAA | October 10th, 2012

Is Romney any different than Obama when it comes to the NDAA? Are you aware that the NDAA has placed every American citizen under military jurisdiction? Watch this speech by Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and contemplate the perils of voting for the lesser of two evils. This video is not an endorsement of Romney, Obama, or anyone else. It is an endorsement of voting one’s conscience when one participates in the democratic process. While Oath Keepers does not issue endorsements, Oath Keepers does encourage all members to participate in the political arena as best they can within the dictates of one’s individual conscience, by voting in elections for government offices.

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United Nations Calls For Global Taxation | October 8th, 2012

This article was written by Brandon Smith and originally published at Alt-Market.com
If you want to set up a global government, you have to have a global tax.  It’s not about creating funding so much as it is about manipulating mass psychology.  Forcing the citizenry to pay a global tax to a “global” [...]

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Q And A with Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes | October 6th, 2012

Stewart Rhodes addresses two queries from our readership.

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R.I.P. Susan Harkness, aka “Terminator Girl” – Oath Keepers Associate Member | October 5th, 2012

Oath Keepers has lost one of our most active and committed associate members, Susan Harkness, known as “Terminator Girl” on our national forums.  She was a dedicated patriot who loved her country and worried greatly about its future.  She understood all too well that what really matters is whether we leave our children and grand-children [...]

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Military Employed For Crowd Control At College Football Game | October 4th, 2012

This article was written by Brandon Turbeville and originally published at Activist Post
In yet another example of the blurring of the lines between civilian police and US military forces, Columbia, South Carolina police “officials” have announced that US Military Police from Ft. Jackson will be on the streets alongside civilian law enforcement [...]

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CNET: FBI renews broad Internet surveillance push | October 3rd, 2012

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights group in San Francisco, says there’s no need to expand wiretapping law for the Internet. EFF staff attorney Hanni Fakhoury told CNET:

New technologies have provided the FBI with unprecedented capabilities to conduct surveillance, making it faster and easier for the government to take a look at the increasingly intimate online portrayal of the lives of Americans. No longer does the government face anonymous pay-phones or the challenge of physically tracking a person’s location through time-consuming manual surveillance. Plus, with more and more conversations documented by some sort of electronic record, it seems to us that law enforcement has had no problem getting access to digital material from telecommunications providers with little judicial oversight or scrutiny. To ensure that the laws keep pace with new technology, we must ensure that the Fourth Amendment and due process remain paramount.

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Chuck Baldwin: Americans Putting Noose Around Their Own Necks | October 3rd, 2012

“How has it happened that the most courageous defenders of liberty in the world (the American people) have become complacent condoners of tyranny? I place the bulk of the blame on America’s pastors and preachers. For decades, they have told and retold their congregants to “trust the government,” “submit to the government,” “obey the government,” “the government is good,” “the government is of God,” etc. They have bastardized Romans 13 and helped turn free men and women into sheepish slaves of the state. While Ross Perot worries about America’s takeover from foreign entities, I worry that Americans are putting the noose around their own necks.”

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Over There And Over Here: A Letter From The Editor | October 1st, 2012

“The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history. How extensively China opens up and how the world interprets and reacts to the social innovations and life styles she has developed is certain to have a profound effect on the future of many nations.” – Quoted from David Rockefeller’s 1973 New York Times article.

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