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Republican Women’s After 5 Club

Republican Women’s After 5 Club

Tulsa R3’s – Ron Paul Revolution Tulsa County Dist 3 County Commissioner Race Debate Please come. Questions from the audience will be taken. You may order food from the menu. Tulsa, OK 74135 – USA Monday, April 15 at 6:00 PM more

Jim Rogers: ‘I Suspect They’ll Take the Pension Plans Next; I’m Taking Preparations’

Jim Rogers: ‘I Suspect They’ll Take the Pension Plans Next; I’m Taking Preparations’

“I was able to reconnect for an interview with legendary Quantum Fund manager and commodities bull, Jim Rogers. This was an especially groundbreaking interview, as Jim shared thoughts on what governments around the world will be taking next, and what he’s doing right now to protect his personal bank accounts following the Cyprus collapse. With respect to which assets governments will likely be coming for next, Jim said, ‘401k plans, IRA’s, and pensions plans which the government knows about [may be next]…They’re rationale would be, ‘Well most people haven’t been doing well in their IRAs and pension plans for the past several years, so we’re going to help you.'” Continue reading

History’s Hidden Engine

History’s Hidden Engine

“Chronicling the new and revolutionary science of socionomics, History’s Hidden Engine is the result of more than three years of research and dedicated filmmaking by David Edmond Moore. In just 59 minutes and with the help of pop songs, news footage and cultural images, this documentary explores how social mood drives trends in movies, music, fashion, economics, politics, the media, and even the stock market. Moore traveled North America to capture the insights of 17 brilliant minds at the vanguard of socionomic research, and the results are nothing short of astonishing.” Continue reading

Meet the Bitcoin Millionaires

Meet the Bitcoin Millionaires

“Many Bitcoin tycoons are devoting themselves to expanding the currency’s reach. Yifu Guo was a digital media student at New York University when he began mining some of the first coins, occasionally cashing in a few to help pay his rent. After he recognized Bitcoin’s potential, he quit school and founded a company called Avalon, which sells hardware built solely for the purpose of mining Bitcoins. Tony Gallippi is CEO of BitPay, a payment processor he co-founded in 2011 that enables online merchants to accept Bitcoins. He says he includes Bitcoins in his investment portfolio along with stocks, bonds, and real estate.” Continue reading

A Distinguishing Discussion with the Candidates for OK GOP Chair

A Distinguishing Discussion with the Candidates for OK GOP Chair

Kaye Beach April 14, 2013 On Friday’s (April 14, 2013) AxXiom For Liberty radio show Howard and I spoke to Amanda Teegarden and Dave Weston, both candidates for Oklahoma state Republican Chair. The OK GOP Convention will be held this … Continue reading

Dad Finds 4th-Grader’s Crayon-Written Paper: ‘I’ll Give Up Constitutional Rights To Be Safer’

Dad Finds 4th-Grader’s Crayon-Written Paper: ‘I’ll Give Up Constitutional Rights To Be Safer’

“The words are written in crayon, in the haphazard bumpiness of a child’s scrawl. ‘I am willing to give up some of my constitutional rights in order to be safer or more secure.’ They’re the words that Florida father Aaron Harvey was stunned to find his fourth-grade son had written, after a lesson in school about the Constitution. Harvey’s son attends Cedar Hills Elementary in Jacksonville, Fla. Back in January, a local attorney came in to teach the students about the Bill of Rights. But after the attorney left, fourth-grade teacher Cheryl Sabb dictated the sentence to part of the class and had them copy it down, he said.” Continue reading

Missouri Highway Patrol gave concealed carry permits data to feds

Missouri Highway Patrol gave concealed carry permits data to feds

“Missouri’s database of concealed weapon permits was twice given to federal authorities investigating Social Security disability fraud in a move that has enraged lawmakers already angry over potential abuses in a new driver’s licensing system. Missouri State Highway Patrol Col. Ron Replogle was questioned for nearly an hour this morning by the Senate Appropriations Committee after he revealed to Chairman Kurt Schaefer yesterday that his agency had turned over the data. The delivery of the information to federal authorities has become a huge issue for lawmakers since they began raising questions about new driver’s licensing procedures.” Continue reading

Feds force Oregon to surrender medical marijuana patient records

Feds force Oregon to surrender medical marijuana patient records

“Federal agents have forced the Oregon Public Health Division to turn over an untold number of patients’ medical marijuana records. Department of Justice Special Agent Michael Gutensohn applied for a warrant to seize the records that was executed in November as part of an investigation into medical marijuana growers who were suspected of selling goods illegally. ‘I have probable cause to believe that records from the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program will contain evidence and instrumentalities of marijuana manufacturing and trafficking and conspiracy to commit marijuana manufacturing and trafficking offenses,’ he wrote.” Continue reading