Icelandic President Olafur Grimsson on Fox Business: Let Banks Go Bankrupt!

A few years ago Iceland was in crisis, but they let their banks fail.  Today, their economy is growing at 3% and unemployment is a paltry 5%. ...

Pope Francis Celebrates Hannukah with Rabbis

Argentine Catholics and Jews came together this year to celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas together at a ceremony atteneded by Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires and second most voted candidate to succeed Pope John Paul II in 2005, and recently elected as pope in 2013. ...

Sheriff Shreds the Myth of Large Capacity Magazines

A video demonstration conducted under the supervision Sheriff Ken Campbell of Boone County, Indiana, shows that magazine limitations have little or no real effect on a shooter’s ability to deliver aimed fire. Sheriff Ken Campbell of Boone County, Indiana, oversaw testing that magazine limitatio...

They Want Your Guns

http://www.DollarDVDProjectLiberty.com/  Wake Up Call DVDs for a dollar or two. "They Want Your Guns" is one of five dozen DVDs now available on the Project site. Get involved, get a stack and wake up some folks.   ...

TERRIFYING Bug-Sized LETHAL Drones Developed By U.S. Air Force

The Atlantic's Conor Friedersdorf points to a National Geographic piece on the future of drone technology, including one fascinating passage on how the U.S. Air Force is developing "micro-drones" the size of tiny creatures, capable of flying through major cities unnoticed. Yes, in a world with mi...

Meet Argus - New Government UAV Spy Camera Has 1.8 BILLION Pixels and Monitors 15 Square Miles in Live Video

1 million terabytes a day saved forever. The ARGUS array is made up of several cameras and other types of imaging systems. The output of the imaging system is used to create extremely large, 1.8GP high-resolution mosaic images and video. The U.S. Army, along with Boeing, has developed and is ...

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Peter Schiff - Killing Their Own: How the Feds' Faked Inflation Data Kneecaps the USPS

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University of Arkansas Student Proposes Lawful Conceal Carry on Campus

Mass shootings on school campuses have placed the gun debate in national headlines. However, here at home one University of Arkansas student proposes allowing licensed gun owners to carry concealed weapons. "Criminals don't care if it's illegal to carry a gun on campus," said Joe Youngblood, senato...

Hyperinflation Nation - Coming Economic Collapse

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Euro Crisis is Just Beginning, Global Collapse is Coming

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Economic Collapse - American Riots Will Be The Worst In The World!

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LA Riots - Armed Store Owners Deter Rioters

Several Korean store owners and staff head to the rooftops armed with rifles and shotguns during the 1992 LA riots.   ...

Full Disclosure: Danny Glover Claim vs History of Racism and Gun Control

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The Anger Phase Of Humanity Is Coming

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MSNBC Caught Editing Video of Gun Rights Protesters to Make it Look Like They Were Heckling Father of Slain Sandy Hook Child

This afternoon, Fox’s The Five tore into MSNBC and other media outlets who edited footage of gun advocates “heckling” the father of a Sandy Hook victim while he testified before the Connecticut legislature. As this writer noted earlier today, the full tape of the incident shows gun advocates shouting things like “the Second Amendment” in response to Neil Heslin, father of victim Jesse Lewis, saying: “I ask if there is anyone who is in this room that can give me one reason or challenge this question: Why anybody in this room needs to have done of these assault-style weapons or military weapons or high capacity clips? Not one person can answer the question.”

MSNBC’s Martin Bashir ran an edited version of the clip on Monday that omitted the question, pause, and context surrounding the shouting. And so The Five co-host Greg Gutfeld tore into him and the network as having “deceptively” edited the video because “it fed in their story line that gun owners are really bad, probably racist rednecks.”

“It’s disturbing when you see media distort situation like this to edit and make it what they want it to be to say he was heckled,” Kimberly Guilfoyle added. “But when you look at the tape, that is not the case. He posed and asked a question, people responded back. It wasn’t heckling. [...] The media is in such a rush, mad dash to be first and fast. they don’t care about the accuracy.”