Political prisoner and free press reporter Pete Santilli has once again spoken the truth from jail and outed the DC central government's refusal to admit that their land grab, using the Bureau of Land Management, is all about Uranium.
A group of Nebraska farmers diagnosed with cancer is suing Monsanto, maker of agricultural chemicals and GMO seed.
I finally understood the influence and reputation that the late Mark Lane had in America when I arrived in Pittsburgh for the Cyril Wecht Symposium at Duquesne in the fall of 2013.
An open source hardware project
The brewery will use damages from its case against the Michigan Liquor Control Commission to launch a 1st Amendment Society.
In this exclusive new interview, Billy Corgan founder of the multi-platinum band Smashing Pumpkins provides an in depth interview on the current social justice warrior movement. Where is going right, should we listen to what they are saying, and how
An interesting controversy has broken out at Scripps College in Claremont, California. Several students and professors are protesting the selection of former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Madeleine Albright, as the commencement speaker.
TN Note: According to a Townhall article, "Hillary Clinton is working alongside billionaire Tom Steyer to sow a garden of climate change paranoia. Clinton is scaring young voters into supporting her campaign by leading them to believe that a Republ
Over the last several years we have documented with clockwork regularity Venezuela's collapse into failed state status, which was cemented several weeks ago when news hit that "Venezuela had officially run out of money to print new money."
The liberty movement is a global phenomenon. More and more people around the world understand that government is not the answer, and turn to ideas that empower individuals. What is important is that we can learn from each other. It is clear that t
Ah, the joys of Paris in the springtime. Riots every day and night; vandals smashing store windows and looting; traffic jams horrendous even by this city's standards; air, train, and metro disruptions. Tear gas wafts in the air.
Mark Lane, the defense lawyer, social activist and author who concluded in a blockbuster book in the mid-1960s that Lee Harvey Oswald could not have acted alone in killing President John F. Kennedy, a thesis supported in part by the House Select Comm
The lawsuit from the rancher, who in 2014 led a high-profile standoff against the government, also names US judge Gloria Navarro and Nevada senator Harry Reid
A Southern Civil Rights activist - supporting the rights of the South - was protested Monday by the KKK in downtown Jacksonville.
Ernest and Donna Hancock go over the headline news on Freedom's Phoenix; give a preview of the upcoming FP Newspaper - Christina Tobin (Founder and Chairman of FreeAndEqual.Org) comes on the show to talk about the upcoming conventions, elections, and
The May 7th, 2016 meeting of the Arizona Breakfast Club was held at the Hancock's. The featured speaker was Luke Rudkowski (Founder - WeAreChange.Org, a nonpartisan, independent media organization comprised of individuals and groups working to expose
Fr. Daniel Berrigan's funeral was being live-streamed Friday, as I started to write this, which seems only fitting. Dan's witness and writing have been a constantly rechargeable battery for my moral compass.
The featured speaker was Luke Rudkowski (Founder - WeAreChange.Org, a nonpartisan, independent media organization comprised of individuals and groups working to expose corruption worldwide). Luke provides a unique perspective on just how deep the rab
We Are change is an independent media organization covering everything from global protests, riots and civil unrest, to confrontations with politicians and injustices, to all that other hippie dippy stuff. If you found this trailer entertaining subsc
In this video Luke Rudkowski does a standup in front of pro government rally in Rio De Janeiro breaking down the major arguments of a possible Coup D'etat in Brazil.
The prestigious West Point military academy has opened an inquiry after 16 black female cadets posed for a photo with fists raised in militant style.
An Iranian director sentenced to 223 lashes for making a film that has never been officially shown in his homeland said Friday he just wanted to be left alone to work rather than "be turned into a hero".
After a review of options by a panel of activists, a petition has been launched on Whitehouse.gov seeking to create a mandatory minimum sentence to be imposed on officers who kill unarmed citizens.
Tuesday, May 3, was my 64th birthday. Accordingly, it is time for my annual "Personal" column. I think it only fair that readers should have an opportunity to learn a little something about the person who writes the words they read. Today's col
And Why Does Washington Hate Him So Much?
Sadr: Politicians Want to Suppress Reform Movement
The storming of the parliament building in Baghdad by protesters chanting the name of populist Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is a sign that the political system built up since the US invasion in 2003 is disintegrating.