What happens when you tell bikers they can't have a permit...?

  Virginia State Troopers stop traffic and escort 500+ patriot riders through Stafford, VA onto I-95 North (which they shut down for this!) as they roll toward DC to take part in the 2 Million Bikers to DC event to honor those who perished on 11...

Without Boots on the ground...

Without Boots on the ground how do you keep vast stock piles of chemical weapons (the reason Obama has used for attacking Syria) from falling into the hands of Al Qaeda and their affliates (Obama's "freedom fighters")?    Answer: you can't.  ...

DroneShield

DroneShield: A simple device that alerts you to nearby drones     DroneShield is a low-cost, easy-to-use device that detects the presence of nearby drones (including RC helicopters, quadrotors, etc) and issues alerts via email, sms, and a...

How far will the Obama administration go to explain Benghazi?

Congressman: Benghazi Survivors Forced to Sign Non-Disclosure Agreements   Congressman Frank Wolf, a Republican from Virginia, said today on the House floor that survivors of the Benghazi terror attack have been forced to sign non-disclosure...

Debt Tsunami

http://rt.com/files/episode/1f/c5/f0/00/1.jpg Episode 471

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the market creatures with no apparent instinct for survival as...

Unapproved GM rice found in US exports to over 30 countries

A new report has revealed that the rice supply in at least 30 countries may have already been contaminated with genetically modified strains from US exports, thereby threatening worldwide contamination.   A new report by the GM Contamination...

Daily CEO Pay Now Exceeds U.S. Workers Annual Salary

U.S. corporate CEO salaries rose 16 percent in 2012 according to a new report from research firm Equilar. Top salary: Larry Ellison of Oracle - over $96 million. Top exit bonus: James Mulva of ConocoPhillips - $156 million. Average salary for the...

Pew: Democrats Suddenly Cool With NSA Data-Diving

When the pollsters at Pew asked Democrats in January 2006 how they felt about the NSA's surveillance programs, 37 percent labeled the programs "acceptable," while 61 percent said they were unacceptable. Today, those numbers are exactly the...