Jersey City police chief: Fulop devised ‘illegal’ operation to snarl traffic at Holland TunnelJersey Journal Nj.com ^ | July 11, 2014Posted on 7/12/2014, 6:06:10 AM by SMGFanJersey City Police Chief Robert Cowan is alleging that Mayor Steve Fulop planned to snarl traffic outside of the Holland Tunnel the same month he announced plans to sue the Port Authority for $400 million.
The Elite Are Abducting and Murdering U.S. Children for Their Organs | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show
The Elite Are Abducting and Murdering U.S. Children for Their Organs
Dave HodgesJune 9, 2014The Common Sense Show
child sex rings the childThis is a story that is not about race, ethnicity or religion.
Some people will make it a demographic issue in order to obfuscate the ubiquitous nature of trafficking crimes involving children.
What is the crime? The crime is murdering American children for the purposes of organ theft and shipment to countries such as Israel, Turkey, India, China, et al.There was a watershed case back in 2009 which nearly broke open the practice of child abduction wide open.
The reference was obscure, but for those that would look, there is evidence enough of child trafficking for the purpose of harvesting organs to warrant a detailed investigation.Please review the following short video: After having viewed this disturbing report, videoed in 2009, the national investigation trail went cold. Let’s examine the report and its contents chronologically and it will become crystal clear that there are major omissions from this report. which were designed to take attention away from child trafficking for organ harvesting.1.
A Column, Barely, Slightly Hung-over, Unslept, and Cranky
April 8, 2014
Back in Mexico after a frantic week in the Yankee capital, these days a cross between asylum for the chronically paranoid, besieged city, and kindergarten run by a totalitarian Mommy. Cops everywhere, metal detectors everywhere else, concrete stop’em-bombs on sidewalks, pop-up metal barriers on streets on Capitol Hill. Bin Laden won, big time.
April 7, 2014 9:27 p.m. ET
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia at Brooklyn Law School. Damion Edwards for Brooklyn Law School
At a reception in a sculpture gallery in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, the Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia lumbered through a small crowd of judges, lawyers and law professors, dispensing jovial greetings while sampling appetizers and sipping wine.
Mr. Scalia was being feted after a recent 90-minute question-and-answer session with students from Brooklyn Law School, and more than a few distinguished jurists tried their best to inconspicuously sidle up to him for a few words.
24-Hour No-News Nitworks
Homeland Security, Journalism, Media, Terrorism
A pattern has emerged in cable TV malpractice. As critical as I am of the channels as the mouthpiece of neoconservatism, Fox News and Fox Business are the only channels doing news. They diligently cover the major stories of the day. The coverage is news driven. New job numbers, new Obamacare cancellations, counter-responses from the administration, Ukraine, The Issa-Cummings tiff: it’s all there.
Townhall.com ^ | March 4, 2014 | Michael Schaus
Posted on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 10:30:01 AM by Kaslin
Connecticut gun owners are calling the state’s anti-gun bluff. The state recently passed a slew of anti-gun legislation, including a gun registration program for so called “assault rifles” that has been received with less enthusiasm than Obamacare. In fact, many gun owners in Connecticut have elected to ignore the patently unconstitutional law in the same way that Millennials have ignored the IRS requirement for health insurance. And now, as the state issues threatening letters and increased confiscation rhetoric, citizens are telling the state: “Come and take them.”
Patient privacy non-existent; Doctors now required to provide all medical records to federal government | Coach is Right
by Doug Book, editor
Over the past 2 decades, Republican and Democrat Administrations have joined forces to require the use by physicians and hospitals of government-certified, interoperable electronic medical records systems, or EMRs.
These online record keeping systems will send personal patient information collected by all participating providers directly to the centralized Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology, a newly created government agency whose job is making the medical records of the American people “inter-operable–” that is, instantly accessible to any “qualified” agency or agent.