Month: April 2016
Mexican drug cartels, the abominations that sprang from the environment of Prohibition, probably executed the 8-member Ohio family. A large marijuana-growing operation was found on their property. Either to protect their black market turf or out of some other vendetta, the reasons come from the Drug War. The Drug War gave life to the murderous […]
Justin Raimondo ably exposes criminal language of the Obama administration who claims “no boots on the ground” as he sends boots to die on Syrian ground. Antiwar From the article: “There are now over 4,000 US troops in Iraq, “advising” and “assisting” the Iraq military: there are hundreds in Syria – and this latter represents […]
Could there be something far worse in the classified 28 pages than just involvement by the Saudi government?
Did the feds meet with the hijackers beforehand, hoping to take them down before any damage was done? In other words: was this a sting gone horribly awry, a la OKC bombing? Or even similar to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, another FBI sting gone live? My guess, unfortunately, is that nothing of value […]
Under 20 percent of prescription drug spending is controlled by patients. NCPA Health Blog
They’re not giving up on the lawsuit against Colorado’s legal marijuana. High Times
Three reasons, from Forbes‘ Steven Salzburg.
So says Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper. NY Times
Music to the ears of the Military/Industrial Complex. And you can bet they’re cranking them out at record rates, too. This is the purpose of endless war. Antiwar
The feds are testing a new informant program that’s billed as a way to bring Muslims at risk of “radicalization” back from the brink, but will not differ at all from the myriad other spying programs in place that target Muslims. Willing informants are usually desperate people that will say anything, and these surveillance/entrapment programs […]
And it could’ve been much, much worse. VICE