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According to reports, the Army National Guard is pushing back against a plan to send every one of its 192 Apache attack helicopters to the active duty Army. Some may think this is no big deal. However, this is coming … Continue reading
Pre-Crime Systems Now Actively Monitoring the Internet: “The Computer Algorithm Learns the Pattern and Produces a Prediction”
With revelations that the National Security Agency has collected some 20 trillion phone calls and emails via an expansive nationwide surveillance network, most Americans have already come to the realization that everything they do is being monitored.
H/t FOTM’s DCG The POS is in Asia for a 4-nation tour, Japan being the first. He’s traveling stag, which lends substance to The National Enquirer‘s reports that he and Mooch are so estranged, they are leading separate lives. The estrangement … Continue reading
The raiders arrived at dawn. Contract cowboys backed by BLM rangers and other heavily armed law enforcement personnel fanned out across the desolate but alluring Nevada countryside to confiscate livestock owned by a family who – under a controversial claim … Continue reading
The similarities between 2007 and 2014 continue to pile up. As you are about to see, U.S. home sales fell dramatically throughout 2007 even as the mainstream media, our politicians and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke promised us that everything was going … Continue reading
Albuquerque police are under the spotlight again as they shot a woman they say was suspected of stealing a truck. The death of Mary Hawkes is the third civilian killed by the police department in the last five weeks.
Over 44,000 people are registered to vote in both Virginia and Maryland, Virginia Voters Alliance, an advocacy group that monitors voting in the state, announced on Wednesday. Among them 164 people voted in both states during the 2012 general election.
Bacteria increasingly are becoming resistant to antibiotics as a result of indiscriminate over-prescription of antibiotics as well as the misuse of antibiotics in the food given to corporate food animal factories. (Note: Antibiotics are useless against viral infection like the … Continue reading
What has society become? Our history books tell us of the savagery of a Holocaust that killed 6 million Jews at the oppressive hands of a mad man. Will history ever speak for over 50 million babies that have been … Continue reading
What is causing all of these plagues to hit our food supply? Have you heard of citrus greening disease? Probably not, but it has already gotten so bad that it is being projected that Florida’s orange harvest will be the … Continue reading
Chicago rides on the coattails of a created solution – a quick, crackdown on gun crime via a new special federal unit to deal with violence after this past Easter weekend’s shooting spree which injured at least 35 people and … Continue reading
Information hub would detect potential future criminals and allow government to “intervene” Authorities in Louisiana are compiling a database of information on every citizen in order to identify people who are “a risk to the state,” as well as pinpointing … Continue reading
A Muslim in Sugar Land, Texas held a Wal-Mart hostage on Easter Sunday. Atlas readers are long familiar with Sugar Land. That was where Muslim Brotherhood groups like CAIR succeeded in getting me canceled at the Hyatt.
A week ago I got involved in a conversation with several of my Facebook Friends. We were discussing the possibility of the feds infiltrating the protest and militia crowd at the Bundy Ranch. The general consensus was that it was … Continue reading
Georgia Governor Signs Unprecedented “Guns Everywhere” Bill: Carry at Schools, Churches and Government Buildings
The State of Georgia has just signed an unprecedented new law that removes all handgun carrying and possession permissions to allow lawful residents the ability to carry their concealed firearms just about everywhere including schools, churches, government buildings, nightclubs and … Continue reading