Archive for Fighting Back
Featured Image: Edward Snowden. CREDIT Laura Poitras/Praxis Films. SOURCE Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain).
Vice News Capsule
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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden could be in talks to return to the U.S., Bolivian authorities find tons of cocaine packaged as tea, Kenya’s president destroys $30 million in confiscated ivory, and Syrian pharmacists look to herbal remedies to treat patients as supply shortages continue.
MidPoint | Lisa Ruth and Tom Ridge
Former CIA analyst and The first Secretary of Homeland Security joins MidPoint to provide commentary on the possibility of Edward Snowden returning to America to be prosecuted. What damage did he do to our intelligence? What is the best outcome for the U.S. in this situation? Plus Martin Dempsey “We need boots on the ground in Syria” and Libya’s request for U.N. arms, jets and tanks.
Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI.us Archive “Edward Snowden”
Featured Image: Jeb Bush. Credit: Gage Skidmore. Wikipedia (CC-By-SA-3.0).
Jeb Bush Booed At CPAC 2015
The Jeb Bush Protest You Didn’t See !! Heckled, Booed and The Walk Out..
2-28-2015.. CPAC 2015, Former Governor of Florida and Grandson of Prescott Bush, walked out on stage with media personality Sean Hannity to try and help him through this event. After all, the Bush family isn’t popular even when it comes to most neo-cons and teo-cons. Jeb is Heckled, Booed and there was even a walk out and protest organized for when he started speaking. Not sure how the corporate owned outlets will spin this, but I highly doubt you’ll see this !!
The Bush/Clinton Connection: “The Mena Connection”
Featured Image: Adam Kokesh, 2010. CREDIT: Adam Kokesh. SOURCE: Wikipedia (Public-Domain).
Do you support the police? What do they do to keep you safe? These are harder questions for the average statist than you might imagine!
Dig a LITTLE DEEPER: THEI.us Archive “Adam Kokesh”
youtube by Bob Sovereign
January 23, 2015
To this day, many countries around the world maintain a tight grip on dissent.
Students in Thailand have been arrested for using a three-fingered salute they saw in the movie Hunger Games.
In Turkey, Twitter, Youtube, and other social media sites have been blocked. And in Russia the word “crisis” has been banned from use in public.
You can see the backlash of insecure governments against the free expression of their citizens everywhere.
There was a time long ago when the US was a refreshing outlier in this trend.
At the time of its founding, the Land of the Free took a bold stance in asserting that its citizens all had a number of inalienable rights.
But gradually these rights have been chipped away, particularly in this century as we’ve seen the rise of a tradeoff between liberty and security. . . .Read Complete Report
Dig a little DEEPER ~ THEI.us Archive “First Amendment”
You can’t get in trouble for flipping off the po-po!
Buy some awesomeness for yourself!
Dig a little DEEPER ~ THEI.us Archive “Cops on THEI.us”