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Ferguson Grand Jury Findings Could Spark More Violence

Wednesday, 19 November 2014 02:01 Written by
FBI warns Ferguson grand jury decision 'will likely' lead to violence
Published November 18, 2014
The FBI is warning law enforcement agencies nationwide that a grand jury’s decision on whether a Missouri police officer will face charges for killing Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old, “will likely” lead to attacks on police officers and key infrastructure.
Violence could erupt following the decision whether or not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who is white, in the Aug. 9 shooting death of Brown, a black man, and so-called “hacktivists” could also use the opportunity to launch cyber-attacks against authorities and institutions.
“The announcement of the grand jury’s decision … will likely be exploited by some individuals to justify threats and attacks against law enforcement and critical infrastructure,” the FBI said in a bulletin issued Friday. “This also poses a threat to those civilians engaged in lawful or otherwise constitutionally protected activities.”

Obama's Illegal Executive Orders

Saturday, 15 November 2014 18:38 Written by


 By Deanna Johnson

Obama has plans to give amnesty to 4.5 million illegal adults. Fox News reports a White House source has leaked details of President Obama’s plan to grant amnesty by executive order as early as next week. It is 10 point plan that includes new deportation guidelines, expanding the deportation reprieve given to some illegal aliens in 2012 to include millions more.

Happening in America: Police Department Seizing Firearms From Families After the Original Owner Passes Away

Saturday, 15 November 2014 16:00 Written by

November 14, 2014 By 

Remember that part in the Second Amendment that deals with what happens to firearms once someone passes away? “The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed… until they die. Then the police can swoop in and snag grandpa’s service pistol.”
Wait… No, I just checked; that last part is not in there.

Net Neutrality = Obamacare for The Internet

Tuesday, 11 November 2014 13:48 Written by

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War against Isis: US strategy in tatters as militants march on

Sunday, 12 October 2014 04:08 Written by
Patrick Cockburn Sunday 12 October 2014
World View: American-led air attacks are failing. Jihadis are close to taking Kobani, in Syria – and in Iraq western Baghdad is now under serious threat. America's plans to fight Islamic State are in ruins as the militant group's
fighters come close to capturing Kobani and have inflicted a heavy
defeat on the Iraqi army west of Baghdad.The US-led air attacks launched against Islamic State (also known as Isis) on 8 August in Iraq and 23 September in Syria have not worked. President Obama's plan to "degrade and destroy" Islamic State has not even begun to achieve success. In both Syria and Iraq, Isis is expanding its control rather than contracting.Isis reinforcements have been rushing towards Kobani in the past few days to ensure that they win a decisive victory over the Syrian Kurdish town's remaining defenders. The group is willing to take heavy casualties in street fighting and from air attacks in order to add to the string of victories it has won in the four months since its forces captured Mosul, the second-largest city in Iraq, on 10 June. Part of the strength of the fundamentalist movement is a sense that there is something inevitable and divinely inspired about its victories, whether it is against superior numbers in Mosul or US airpower at Kobani.In the face of a likely Isis victory at Kobani, senior US officials have been trying to explain away the failure to save the Syrian Kurds in the town, probably Isis's toughest opponents in Syria. "Our focus in Syria is in degrading the capacity of [Isis] at its core to project power, to command itself, to sustain itself, to resource itself," said US Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken, in a typical piece of waffle designed to mask defeat. "The tragic reality is that in the course of doing that there are going to be places like Kobani where we may or may not be able to fight effectively."Unfortunately for the US, Kobani isn't the only place air strikes are failing to stop Isis. In an offensive in Iraq launched on 2 October but little reported in the outside world, Isis has captured almost all the cities and towns it did not already hold in Anbar province, a vast area in western Iraq that makes up a quarter of the country. It has captured Hit, Kubaisa and Ramadi, the provincial capital, which it had long fought for. Other cities, towns and bases on or close to the Euphrates River west of Baghdad fell in a few days, often after little resistance by the Iraqi Army which showed itself to be as dysfunctional as in the past, even when backed by US air strikes. 



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