Thursday, May 29, 2014

Ray Stevens - Throw the Bums Out


Sheriffs Across U.S. Rise Up Against Obama Regime


Sarah Palin: "I Was Not Allowed" To Tell The Truth About Obama In 2008 (...


Jon Voight tells the truth about Obama. Wake up America.


Obama's mic left on. "Americans are just stupid" .Says they should shut ...


Hillary Clinton accidentally admits that the CFR runs this nation. Wow.


The men behind Barack Obama part 1


George Soros openly discusses New World Order, SDR's, Dollar Decline, Wo...


Soros crashing EURO; Greece fall, US falls; Spain's PM admits conspiracy...


Soros crashing EURO; Greece fall, US falls; Spain's PM admits conspiracy...


Saturday, May 17, 2014

EXPLAINED: The New World Order Agenda


THE EXECUTIVE: Obama's Real Reason He Wants Your Guns (Full Documentary)


RED ALERT! China Empowered by Executive Order to Foreclose on our Property!


Obama Signs Executive Order Turning U.S.A. into a Dictatorship


Executive Orders of Evil: Impeach & Prosecute President Obama .....


Obama Signed Executive Order Agenda 21 DHS NWO Police State Martial Law ...


Breaking News: Obama Put on Notice


Breaking News: Obama Put on Notice


Executive Orders of Evil: Impeach & Prosecute President Obama .....


Obama Signs Executive Order Turning U.S.A. into a Dictatorship


Obama's Coming Communist Coup D'├ętat in 2016


Communists in Congress


Communists in Congress


Oklahoma Militia of 50,000 Stands Beside Bundy Ranch Against the Feds


Rand Paul On Harry Reid Calling Bundy Supporters Domestic Terrorists


Feds To Hit Bundy Ranch Again With Multi-Agency Force Including Army Ran...


Anonymous - Bundy Ranch Invaded for Oil and Gas Fracking


Busted,Fox News Airs Fake Footage of Cliven Bundy Nevada cattle round up...


Anonymous: Bundy Ranch Nevada


Friday, May 16, 2014

Anonymous: Bundy Ranch Nevada


Stewart Rhodes OATHKEEPERS CORPORATION : KICKED OUT


Oath keeper camp a JOKE & DANGEROUS to militia at bundy ranch


Feds To Hit Bundy Ranch Again With Multi-Agency Force Including Army Ran...


Shocking New Video Of Destruction After Standoff At Bundy Ranch - The Ke...


Political Cause Growing at Bundy Ranch


Michael Savage Speaks Out on Cliven Bundy Controversial Statements - 4/2...


Michael Savage on Donald Sterling Banned from NBA, Jay-Z Racist Medallio...


Michael Savage - Black Panthers Murderous Racism, Obama Military, Guns S...


RACIST Al Sharpton's Racial, Homophobic Rants


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

92,594,000: Americans Not in Labor Force Hits All-Time Record; Participation Rate Matches 36-Year Low | CNS News

92,594,000: Americans Not in Labor Force Hits All-Time Record; Participation Rate Matches 36-Year Low | CNS News





European voters demand halt to tax-funding of abortion

2 million in EU: 'Even the tiniest ones among us deserve respect'


Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/05/european-voters-demand-halt-to-tax-funding-of-abortion/#MH82GkViJYrSsLZZ.99

CIA Whistleblower faces the ire of an angry Justice Department over Benghazi questions

CIA Whistleblower faces the ire of an angry Justice Department over Benghazi questions



General Holder himself, Mr. Plumlee laid it all out in stunning detail on the Wednesday, April 30, 2014 edition of The Hagmann & Hagmann Report. Based on information from his deep cover sources, the questions Mr. Plumlee formulated about Benghazi leave no doubt that criminal elements that exist within the highest levels of the U.S. government were engaged in a massive weapons smuggling operation based out of Benghazi and other locations in Libya.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

'Stand your ground' law tested in recent shootings | Deseret News

'Stand your ground' law tested in recent shootings | Deseret News

HELENA, Mont. — A Montana man is accused of setting a trap and blindly blasting a shotgun into his garage, killing a 17-year-old German exchange student. A Minnesota man is convicted of lying in wait in his basement for two teenagers and killing them during a break-in.

The two recent cases take the "stand your ground" debate to a new level: Do laws that allow private citizens to protect their property also let them set a trap and wait for someone to kill?

"We don't want it to be easy to be able to prosecute people. But we want to be able to hold individuals accountable when they have stepped outside the bounds of society," David LaBahn, president of the Washington, D.C.-based Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, said Wednesday.

More than 30 states have laws expanding the self-defense principle known as the "castle doctrine," a centuries-old premise that a person has the right to defend their home against attack, LaBahn said. The name evokes the old saying, "my home is my castle."

Most of these changes have come since Florida in 2005 became the first state to interpret the "castle doctrine" to apply outside the home with a measure known as the "stand your ground" law.

These laws make it far easier for a person to shoot someone and avoid prosecution by saying they felt an imminent danger — whether or not the person who was shot was armed.

The principle became central to the defense of a 2012 shooting of an unarmed Florida teenager, Trayvon Martin, by a neighborhood watch volunteer who was following the 17-year-old. George Zimmerman was acquitted last year.

The Montana and Minnesota cases involve homeowners who had been burglarized and said they were afraid of it happening again. Prosecutors say they lured intruders into fatal encounters.

In Montana, Markus Kaarma told investigators his Missoula home had been burglarized twice within the last week before Sunday's shooting death of 17-year-old Diren Dede. Kaarma told his hairdresser he had stayed up three nights waiting to shoot a kid, the woman told investigators.

The night of the shooting, Kaarma and his partner, Janelle Pflager, left their garage door open. Pflager left her purse in the garage "so that they would take it," she told a police officer. She also set up a video baby monitor and installed motion sensors, prosecutors said.

After midnight, they heard the sensors trip. Pflager turned to the video monitor and saw a man in the garage. Kaarma took his shotgun, walked out the front door and to the driveway.

He told investigators he heard metal on metal and without speaking fired four times — sweeping the garage with three low shots and a high fourth shot. Dede was hit in the head and the arm.

Montana's law says a person is justified in using deadly force if they believe it necessary to prevent an assault or a forcible felony.

Since it passed in 2009, the law has been raised at least a dozen times in Montana cases. In several, it was the reason prosecutors decided against filing charges.

Kaarma attorney Paul Ryan said he intends to use that law as a defense in his client's deliberate homicide charge. That shifts the burden to prosecutors, who will have to prove their case and that deadly force wasn't justified, he said.

Kaarma didn't intend to kill Dede, Ryan said. "He was scared for his life. It shouldn't be up to a homeowner to wait and see if (an intruder) is going to shoot him when he announces himself," he said.

Because the laws typically leave it up to the shooter to decide if a danger exists, prosecutors often have no way to challenge such a claim. LaBahn said the case in Missoula appeared to reflect the same concerns raised repeatedly by prosecutors in Florida.