Constitutional sheriff acquitted after being unlawfully arrested!

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In this podcast, Sheriff Richard Mack - noted author and American Patriot - explains in detail how Liberty County, Florida, Sheriff Nick Finch was unlawfully arrested and removed by the Florida Governor from his elected office for a crime he didn’t commit because he dared to drop charges of firearm possession against a law abiding citizen of his county.

During his trial, Sheriff Finch said that the Constitution has to stand for something, and if it stands for anything, it provides citizens who are doing nothing wrong with the right to arm themselves. A jury of six unanimously found Sheriff Finch not guilty and he has been reinstated to the office to which he was duly elected.

Sheriff Mack also discusses his new book, which is a sequel to The County Sheriff: America’s Last Hope, entitled, Are you a David? Sheriff Mack also discusses the upcoming constitutional sheriffs convention he will be hosting in January 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Sheriff Richard Mack is the driving force behind the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA). For more information and to contact him go to

The Real Truth about the Kennedy Assassination!

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Noted investigative journalist Pat Shannan discusses his new book, The JFK Assassination and the Uncensored Story of the Two Oswalds, in which he provides solid evidence that there were actually two Oswalds – Lee and Harvey – one of which was a Russian CIA asset.

In this interview, Shannan brings clarity to the most heinous crime of the 20th century. He exposes many of the false claims as to who really killed John F. Kennedy, including the allegation – shared by many people – that the driver of the presidential limousine was the culprit.

In eloquent style, Shannan provides clear and compelling proof that the conspiracy and subsequent cover-up went all the way to the White House, implicating President Lyndon Johnson in the assassination of one of the most popular presidents in the history of the United States.

All truth seekers who care about the accurate reporting of this historical infamous event will be interested in this podcast and Shannan’s new book.

To contact Pat Shannan or for a copy of this new and exciting book, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or go to

Ron Paul Channel to launch on August 12!

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CLUTE, Texas (PNN) - August 7, 2013 - Today, former-Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul announced the Ron Paul Channel would launch the week of August 12, 2013, and new details about the channel. Known for refusing to play by the establishment’s rules, Dr. Paul will air all original programming several times a week.

Since announcing the Ron Paul Channel’s creation solely on Facebook and Twitter, more than 200,000 people have gone to to express interest in learning more about the channel and Dr. Paul’s programming.

The Ron Paul Channel will begin by providing fresh, engaging original programming each week, available to subscribers live or on-demand. Subscriptions will cost $9.95 per month and provide subscribers with direct access to Dr. Paul and a diverse array of guests.

“Amerikans are tired of the games and lies of today’s media. They want the truth. I have been astonished by the flood of interest in the channel from tens of thousands of people in just a matter of hours,” said Paul. “Imagine this: no censors, no barricades, no statists. We will be able to engage viewers directly on subjects that matter most to them from finances to civil liberties to foreign policy.”

The Ron Paul Channel expands upon Paul’s vast grassroots and online support, capitalizing on the increasing demand for accessible, interesting and original programming. The Ron Paul Channel will stream online, allowing subscribers to watch it when they want, where they want and on the device they want: Internet-connected televisions, computers, tablets, and smart phones.

The Ron Paul Channel will allow me to engage directly with viewers,” said Paul. “With the help of social media we can cut through the noise and get straight to the truth about subjects that matter most to you.”

Go to for more information and to sign-up for updates and announcements.

H.R.1960 - protecting Amerikans from military detention!

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OF H.R. 1960


Page 432, after line 21, insert the following:


(a) PROHIBITION.—None of the funds authorized to be appropriated or otherwise made available to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2014 or any succeeding fiscal year may be used to collect any information generated by a citizen of the United States while located in the United States, including telephone records, internet records, and physical location information, without probable cause of a terrorism offense or an offense within the jurisdiction of the Uniform Code of Military Justice related to action or conduct by that citizen.

(b) UNITED STATES.—In this section, the term “United States” means the several States of the United States, the District of Columbia, and the commonwealths, territories, and possessions of the United States.

PODCAST: Global Elite Update

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Chaplain Lindsey Williams has been an ordained Baptist minister for 28 years. While working on The TransAlaska oil pipeline, he spent three years working and rubbed shoulders with some of the World’s Elite Oil Executives; he lived with them and attended their board meetings.

He wrote about his experiences in the eye-opening book, The Energy Non-Crisis. Due to the sensitive nature of his book, Pastor Williams' life was threatened by an oil executive; he was forced to shut down his website and stop selling his books and CDs.

In January, 2010, this same oil executive, who was now in poor health, told Chaplain Lindsey, "I’m too old to care… tell them everything."

This podcast includes the latest information - from the global elite’s perspective - concerning the ongoing European economic crisis, and especially the ramifications of the Cyprus bailout; what to expect from gold and silver prices; and the ever-changing situation in the Middle East, and especially Syria.

You may obtain Chaplain Williams DVDs and other information about the global elite by calling 888-799-6111.

Folk singer Richie Havens dies at 72!

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NEW YORK (PNN) - April 23, 2013 - Famed folk singer Richie Havens, the opening act at the 1969 Woodstock music festival, died Monday of a sudden heart attack, his publicist said. He was 72.

Havens, who retired three years ago, toured for more than 30 years and recorded 30 albums.

Havens told Billboard that his breakthrough at Woodstock came after another artist's equipment got stuck in traffic. He was supposed to be the fifth act.

"It was 5 o'clock and nothing was happening yet," said Havens. "I had the least instruments (to set up on stage) and the least people (in his band)."

So Havens went on and performed for 40 minutes, as planned. Organizers asked him to do four more songs.

"I went back and did that, then it was, 'Four more songs,’ and that kept happening 'til two hours and 45 minutes later, I had sung every song I know," he said.

Havens, a Brooklyn, New York, native, told CNN in 1999 that music enabled him to leave his rough neighborhood to head to Greenwich Village and the music scene there.

Music was always a part of his life.

"I believe I inherited my sense of music from my father. My father was an ear piano player; he could just hear something and play it," he recalls. "I came up in Brooklyn singing doo-wop music from the time I was 13 to the time I was 20. That music served a purpose, keeping a lot of people out of trouble, and also it was a passport from one neighborhood to another."

His inspiration for songs about social change and protest came when he heard artists like Fred Neil, Dino Valenti and Tom Paxton. That's when he knew what he wanted to do with his life.

"It was the songs that actually changed my life," he says. "The songs that I heard were so different than the doo-wop kind of thing. They were just so powerful. Finally I decided, 'I've got to do this.'"

Before Woodstock, his nights were filled with playing as often as possible to make a few dollars.

"We played three coffee houses a night, 14 sets a night, 20-minute sets, pass the basket, stay alive," he said. "I was there seven and a half years, every day. It was the most incredibly magical, magical time."

After Havens gained attention at Woodstock, he recorded a soulful-voiced cover of the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun," which rose on the pop charts in 1970.

Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills and Nash said Havens was an inspiration for the natural gravel in his singing voice. He called Havens a passionate performer.

"He lit fire when he started playing within the first song and burned exactly the same way throughout his set; and it never stopped, it never changed," Stills said.

He added that he thought Havens' style was probably a little too arcane to appeal to a mass audience.

"But he sure knew what to do when they were begging for someone to go on first, when all those people showed up at Woodstock," said Stills.

Havens returned to Woodstock for the 40th anniversary festival in 2009.

"While his family greatly appreciates that Richie's many fans are also mourning this loss, they do ask for privacy during this difficult time," said a statement from his publicist, Carrie Lombardi.

Billboard reported Havens died in New Jersey, leaving behind four daughters and five grandchildren.

Margaret Thatcher, Britain's Iron Lady, dead at 87!

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LONDON, England (PNN) - April 8, 2013 - Margaret Thatcher, the first woman ever to serve as prime minister of Great Britain and the longest-serving British prime minister of the 20th century, has died at age 87.

"It is with great sadness that Mark and Carol Thatcher announced that their mother Baroness Thatcher died peacefully following a stroke this morning," Lord Timothy Bell, her former adviser, said today.

Thatcher had significant health problems in her later years, suffering several small strokes and, according to her daughter, struggling with dementia.

During her long career on the political stage, Thatcher was known as the Iron Lady. She led Great Britain as prime minister from 1979 to 1990, a champion of free-market policies and adversary of the Soviet Union.

Many considered her Britain’s Ronald Reagan. Indeed, Reagan and Thatcher were political soul mates. Reagan called her the "best man in England" and she called him "the second most important man in my life."

The two shared a hatred of communism and a passion for small government. What Amerika knew as "Reaganomics" is still called "Thatcherism" in Britain.

Like Reagan, Thatcher was an outsider in the old boys' club. Just as it was unlikely for an actor to lead the Republicans, the party of Lincoln, it was unthinkable that a grocer's daughter could lead the Conservatives, the party of Churchill and William Pitt - that is, until Thatcher. She led the Conservatives from 1975 to 1990, the only woman ever to do so.

Thatcher was born Margaret Hilda Roberts on Oct. 13, 1925 in Grantham, England. She attended Somerville College, Oxford, where she studied chemistry and, later, in 1953, qualified as a barrister, specializing in tax issues.

She married Denis Thatcher on Dec. 13, 1951, and their marriage lasted for nearly 52 years until his death in June 2003. The couple had twins, Mark and Carol, in 1953.

When Thatcher was elected to Britain's House of Commons in 1959, she was its youngest female member. In 1970, when the Conservatives took power, she was made Britain's Secretary of State for Education and Science. In 1975, she was chosen to lead the Conservatives, and she became the prime minister in 1979.

Her policies were controversial. She took on the nation's labor unions, forcing coal miners to return to work after a year on strike.

"We should back the workers and not the shirkers," she said in May 1978.

She pushed for privatization, lower taxes and deregulation. She sought to keep Britain from surrendering any of its sovereignty to the European Union.

She had courage in abundance. In 1982, when Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands, she took Britain to war - and won.

In 1984, she narrowly escaped being killed when the IRA bombed her hotel during a party conference. The morning after, she convened the conference on schedule - undaunted.

She recognized Mikhail Gorbachev as a man who could help to end the Cold War, commenting famously, "I like Mr. Gorbachev. We can do business together."

Ronald Reagan thought so, too. Together, Thatcher and Reagan savored victory in the Cold War as their proudest achievement. But while Alzheimer's forced Reagan to retire from public life, Thatcher kept on long after leaving Downing Street.

She became Baroness Thatcher, a symbolic leader for a party that struggled to find a worthy successor.

By the time of President Reagan's funeral in 2004, Lady Thatcher had already suffered several strokes. She was a silent witness at her friend's farewell, but she had the foresight to record a eulogy for Reagan several months earlier.

"As the last journey of this faithful pilgrim took him beyond the sunset, and as heaven's morning broke, I like to think - in the words of Bunyan - that 'all the trumpets sounded on the other side,'" she said.


Eulogy for an Angel
1992-Dec. 20, 2005


Freedom sm

My Father

brents dad

Dr. Stan Dale

stan dale

A. Solzhenitsyn


Patrick McGoohan


Joseph A. Stack

Bill Walsh

Walter Cronkite

Eustace Mullins

Paul Harvey

Don Harkins

Joan Veon

David Nolan

Derry Brownfield

Leroy Schweitzer

Vaclav Havel

Andrew Breitbart

Dick Clark

Bob Chapman

Ray Bradbury

Tommy Cryer

Andy Griffith

Phyllis Diller

Larry Dever

Brian J. Chapman

Annette Funnicello

Margaret Thatcher

Richie Havens

Jack McLamb

James Traficant

jim traficant

Dr. Stan Monteith

stan montieth

Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy

Stan Solomon

Stan Solomon

B. B. King

BB King

Irwin Schiff

Irwin Schiff


David Bowie

Muhammad Ali

Muhammed Ali


gene wilder

phyllis schlafly

phylis schafly

John Glenn

John Glenn

Charles Weisman

Charles Weisman

Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher

Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds

Roger Moore

Roger Moore

Adam West

Adam West


jerry lewis


Hugh Hefner


Hugh Hefner 


Art Bell


dwight clark


Carl Miller


Harlan Ellison


stan lee


Carl Reiner