Dallas Co., Texas sheriff’s deputies, under federal control during special events, violently charged a peaceful crowd who were waiting to be let into the Dealey Plaza when it was promised to be open to the public at 2:30pm on Nov. 22, the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination. . . . From description published with video.
From NewsMax Tuesday, 08 Oct 2013 10:03 PM By Andrea Billups and Kathleen Walter
Former CIA operative Felix Rodriguez, who participated in the historic manhunt to capture Ernesto “Che” Guevara, says the Marxist revolutionary was little more than a criminal and devoted killer who deserves to be demystified.
“I believe that eventually people will see what he really was. He was an assassin,” said Rodriguez, who spoke to Newsmax about Guevara in advance of the 46th anniversary of his death on Oct. 9, 1967, at age 39. “He was an individual with very little regard for life. He enjoyed killing people.”
In the interview with Newsmax, Rodriguez gives a detailed first-hand account of the capture and execution of the man whose image is still being appropriated as a counterculture fashion statement. . . . Read Complete Report
Ripley Entertainment is celebrating a major milestone this month — the Dec. 19 anniversary of Robert Ripley’s first cartoon, which was the start of the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! brand.
Ninety-four years ago, a young Robert Ripley pondered how to fill the space assigned to him as an illustrator for the New York Globe. Little did he know, the choice he was about to make would be the start of an amazing legacy that lives on today.
First Posted: 09/17/2012 9:47 am Updated: 09/17/2012 2:00 pm
AP — NEW YORK — Police say more than 100 people have been arrested as Occupy Wall Street protesters march in small groups around Manhattan’s financial district to mark the anniversary of the grass-roots movement. . . . Read Complete Report
Photo: Vicki Weaver as seen from a USMS surveillance position 21 August 1992. SOURCE Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)
I was fortunate to be introduced to Randy Weaver by Col. BO Gritz at a patriot meeting back in the days before the O.K. bombing.
Randy was a quiet and gentle man, I heard his sad, sad story first hand. Its the story of a patriot who moved his family into the wilderness because he feared our government. For this the FBI killed his family. And this was 20 years ago!. It’s time their story is brought to this new generation. . EDITOR
Documentary/song about Ruby Ridge; the Randy Weaver standoff in North Idaho in 1992, original song by Frank Delaney, a Vietnam Era Vet and songwriter, who was at the standoff.
This incident was an example of federal abuse of power, and the local people felt it was an act of war against the people of North Idaho. Weaver was eventually acquitted of most of the charges against him, and was defended by attorney Gerry Spence. . . Text posted with youtube video.
“This video is presented to exhibit the ruthless actions of Federal agents and their murder of helpless women and children during the Ruby Ridge “Siege”. It is NOT an endorsement of any form of racism or separatism. The channel holder is avidly against any racism in any form.” Text Posted With youtube Video