Missouri candidate for governor dies of ‘apparent suicide’
Died minutes after inviting reporters to his St. Louis home for an interview.
by AP
Clinton foundation received up to $81m from clients of controversial HSBC bank
Leaked files reveal identities of wealthy donors with accounts in Geneva.
by Paul Lewis, James Ball

IRS Watchdog: 'Potential criminal activity' in Email Scandal
Investigators quickly recovered tapes Lerner claimed irretrievably destroyed.
by Stephen Dinan
Here Is What Americans Spent Their "Gas Savings" On
Biggest consumption contribution to GDP in years.
by Zero Hedge

FCC Votes ‘Yes’ On Strongest Net Neutrality Rules
FCC Commissioner called net neutrality a “solution that won’t work to a problem that doesn’t exist.”
by Haley Sweetland Edwards
Citizen Torture Site Discovered In Chicago
Americans are being held without access to the outside world or legal representation.
by Infowars.com

FCC Inches Closer to an Internet Takeover
Unprecedented power grab.
by Infowars.com
Poll Says Americans Want War and Social Programs
Fed will continue printing funny money until the economy collapses
by Infowars.com

Montana House Judiciary Committee pushes back against "Agenda 21"
“An act prohibiting the state and political subdivisions from adopting Agenda 21…”
by KXLF.com
'Foreign donors sponsor Clinton to influence her if she wins presidency'
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman included.
by RT

Dozens of Cities Host "Welcoming Committees" For Illegals
Austin, Texas, and other cities showering illegals with free goodies.
by Kit Daniels
"Global Warming:" Snow on the ground in 48 states
Globalists still continue to push “global warming,” “climate change.”
by Doyle Rice

Video: People Will Sign Anything You Ask Them To If You Wear An Obama T-Shirt
“I don’t know what it is I’m signing, but it’s all good.”
by Steve Watson
Resembling A Rapist Can Ruin Your Education
Man targeted because he “looked like” a rapist woman encountered in another state.
by Jakari Jackson

Republican Governors Raise Taxes
Say perennially precarious budgets have reached the breaking point.
by Mark Niquette
Survey Finds Many Americans ‘on the Edge of Financial Disaster’
Average credit card debt for U.S. households is more than $15,000.
by Richard Davies