BANG: JP Morgan Exposed Selling 99.3% of ALL COMEX PHYSICAL GOLD in Last 3 Months! PB
An Islamic apology to Armenians. mfs-ton
9/11 jet landing gear found at Ground Zero Mosque site JW
America’s Progressive Gangrene: Obama’s Fraud; the 2nd Anniversary h2ooflife
Breaking Video: Jury Finds Democrat Officials Guilty In Obama Ballot Petition-Forging Scandal ORYR "Unqualified. Forged, Fraud, Illegitimate, Usurper, Con Man, Dictator. Rather simple, even for the O-holes to understand." Falcon
"There was a link from Drudge to the ballot fraud earlier today....but unless I just missed it, it is gone now;
Jury: Fraud put Obama on '08 ballot I suppose Drudge has been warned by the regime?" Bob68
Boston bombers’ uncle married daughter of top CIA official MCP
Boston Commissioner Calls Boston Bombers "ACTORS"
The Boston Marathon Bombing, Texas Explosion, Paul Kevin Curtis' Ricin, and the AP Twitter account hacked all happened at the same time.
"The real story was the dress rehearsal for martial law that had well over 1,000 armed-to-the-teeth urban police commandos locking the entire city of Boston down while they “searched” for the lone, skinny, 19 year old terrorist who was hiding in a boat." BIN@GUL1776
via Dead Sandy Hook Principal Seen @ Boston Bombing?
HOWEVER: As Expected, Senate Has No Interest In CISPA; Planning Its Own Cybersecurity Bill Instead "It's really looking like the cybersecurity legislation fight for 2013 is merely a remake of the 2012 edition. First, the House passes CISPA in April, despite widespread privacy concerns (and CISPA's backers pretending they've taken care of them). Then, the Senate goes in a totally different direction with a bigger, more complex cybersecurity bill (last year there were multiple versions before the compromise Cybersecurity Act became the bill of choice) that at least (eventually, with amendments) is a little more conscious of privacy issues, but which then fails to pass the Senate because the Chamber of Commerce freaks out about "something something regulations." And, then cybersecurity regulations, CISPA and all, die out until the following year. At least the first part of that, with CISPA happened both years, and now the Senate has made clear that it's going in its own direction again in part because it feels that CISPA does not do enough to protect privacy (whether or not that's the real reason is left open to speculation). Who knows if the rest of the script will play out the same, or if the sequel will have some plot-defying twists. Either way, it seems pretty clear that CISPA, as written, is officially stalled out. And that's a good thing, though we'll be paying close attention to what comes out of the Senate in the months ahead." techdirt
Missouri: GOP Rep. Turns the Tables on Dems: Introduces Bill That Makes Proposing Gun Control Laws a Felony VTB
Florida: Governor Signs Bill Restricting Drone Use 10thAC
La Sinkhole: Lake FUBAR Spreads West Lasinkhole
Colorado: Voter Registration Without Identification Caught On Tape
& in Arizona: Judge Sides With ICE Agents: Says Obama Admin. Can’t Refuse to Deport Illegal Aliens SwA