Whistleblower: NSA stores 80% of all phone calls, not just metadata
The NSA lies about what it stores, says whistleblower.
by RT
Former al-Qaeda Commander: ISIS Works for the CIA
Jihadist groups part of “Clean Break” plan to balkanize Middle East.
by Kurt Nimmo

Ron Paul: Deliver Bus Loads Of Illegals To Hollywood Elites
Alex speaks with former Texas Congressman and three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul.
by Infowars.com
Top Virginia Official: Illegals Have More Privacy than Americans Under Obama
Citizens treated worse than illegal immigrants convicted for the same crimes.
by Tony Lee

Feds Ask Churches To House Migrant Families
DHS has asked Catholic churches in California to temporarily house and feed groups of Central American migrants until 2016.
by Neil Munro
Max Keiser: American Financial Quagmire Deepening
Alex invites economist and television broadcaster Max Keiser to discuss the dollar’s slow-motion collapse.
by Infowars.com

Anti Child Sacrifice Activist Reveals True Reason For Abortion
Alex speaks with pro-life advocate and executive director of Created Equal, Mark Harrington.
by Infowars.com
POLL 42% of Millennials say they're socialist, only 16% know what it means
Boomers just don’t understand what younger people are saying about politics and culture.
by Nick Gillespie 

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6.8 Mag Earthquake Strikes Fukushima Region
Nuclear power plant checking for damage..
by AP
Claim: Feds Detain, Threaten to Cavity Search Journalist At Border
New Mexico ICE agents say photography creates “national security issue.”
by Mikael Thalen

Darrell Issa Subpoenas Top Obama Political Aide
The Oversight Committee chairman wants information about the political office the White House reopened earlier this year.
by Shane Goldmacher
An FBI Counterterrorism Agent Tracked Me Down Because I Took a Picture of This
I have never had an experience like I had when attempting to photograph the “Rainbow Swash” outside Boston in 2004.
by James Prigoff

US disease labs made dangerous pathogen transport errors
Labs mishandled dangerous pathogens five times in the last decade.
by BBC
Border Town to Spend More than Half a Mil Aiding Influx
More than $100K spent solely in the month of June illustrates how surge is weighing on local economies.
by Adan Salazar

Mexico Looks To Back Peso With Silver: “Would Unleash a Global Power Shift”
New silver-backed currency in Mexico or any other country could be a boon for precious metals.
by Mac Slavo
Average Americans remain skeptical of economists' positive forecasts
As economists crunch numbers to predict continuous recovery, it’s important not to forget the people behind the numbers
by Jana Kasperkevic

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