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Unraveling the Secrets #1 “Today’s Press & the 1st Amendment”

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An edited version of an interview from an earlier show with Jim Hogshire author of “Grossed-out Surgeon Vomits Inside Patient! An Insider’s Look at Supermarket Tabloids”. A second chance to hear information seldom hear or read anywhere. Don’t miss this first show of the year.

 If you thought those supermarket tabloids you glance at, read the headline, or buy is just for fun, think again. As they say “follow the money” and Jim Hogshire does just that and more. Don’t miss the “best” of this classic interview on a subject few talk about. The supermarket propaganda disinformation rags. . . EDITOR


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Retro: COP Protects 1st Amendment at TSA Opt Out & Film Campaign (Video Report)

Featured Image: Thanx to David Dees.

We spent a lot of time reporting on the actions of bad cops here at THEI.  But I know as well as you do that there are way more good cops than bad. The only problem is the good cops get no coverage.  Well, here is the story of one who knows our constitutional rights and knows where his loyalties lay. . . EDITOR

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Sheriff Protects First Amendment & Becomes Internet Star

Obama’s Justice Department’s Attack on the 1st Amendment ~ Roger Ailes: “Fox Won’t Be Intimidated by Attempts to ‘Criminalize’ Reporting”

Featured Image: The Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building in Washington, D.C.headquarters of the United States Department of JusticePhotographed by w:User:Coolcaesar on August 12, 2006. SOURCE: wikipedia (Public Domain

From News Max By Courtney Coren Friday, 24 May 2013 10:46 AM


Fox News President Roger Ailes:

“We reject the government’s efforts to criminalize the pursuit of investigative journalism and falsely characterize a Fox News reporter to a federal judge as a ‘co-conspirator’ in a crime,” he added, referring to the FBI’s tracking of James Rosen in connection with a leak investigation.”

“Reports of the FBI’s tracking of Rosen’s movements, phone, and email conversations with a government source followed the disclosure last week that phone records of Associated Press reporters had been seized as part of another Justice Department probe of leaked government information. But unlike the AP reporters, Rosen was named as a “co-conspirator” by FBI officials in a warrant authorization request approved by Attorney General Eric Holder that allowed the search of Rosen’s emails.” . . . Read Complete Report