Video: Top Secret America – What Is This For?

(WashingtonPost) – The government has built a national security and intelligence system so big, so complex and so hard to manage, no one really knows if it’s fulfilling its most important purpose: keeping its citizens safe. View More Here

Video: Dana Loesch – ‘Intellectually Dishonest’ to Equate Anti-Big Government Stance with Racism

(MSNBC) – “But I mean why can’t we talk about the substance of this? Why do we have to constantly invalidate people who are for smaller government by saying that they’re a racist. That is, I mean, I think it’s actually an insult to the civil rights movement. And to say that people who oppose Nancy Pelosi are sexist.” Continue reading

Advancing the Transatlantic Agenda – Dana Gabriel

Although there is a need for Canada to expand its trade horizons, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) currently being negotiated with the European Union (EU) appears to be based on the flawed NAFTA model. Many view it as an opportunity to decrease its trade reliance on the U.S., but it could serve to accelerate the corporate takeover of the country. The deal would exceed NAFTA in its scope and with the third round of negotiations scheduled for April 19-23 in Ottawa, there are lingering concerns regarding its lack of transparency. A Canada-EU CETA could be used to expand NAFTA, strengthen U.S.-EU economic relations and further advance the transatlantic agenda. Continue reading

Pacific North American Regional Integration and Control – Dana Gabriel

(BeYourOwnLeader) – U.S.-Canadian state and provincial integration is being achieved in areas of transportation, the economy, energy and the environment. With some national, trilateral and global initiatives being discredited, stalled or ineffective, it appears as if the strategy has further shifted to a regional and local level in an effort to lay the groundwork for new agreements. Continue reading

Video: Dr. Francis A. Boyle on The Alex Jones Show – The Art of War

A scholar in the areas of international law and human rights, Professor Boyle received a J.D. degree magna cum laude and A.M. and Ph.D. degrees in political science from Harvard University. Prior to joining the faculty at the College of Law, he was a teaching fellow at Harvard and an associate at its Center for International Affairs. He also practiced tax and international tax with Bingham, Dana & Gould in Boston. Continue reading

Commercial Real Estate: The Shoe Dropped In California

(BusinessInsider) – More proof that the commercial real estate
crash is coming: hotel foreclosures in California have more than tripled in the first nine months of this year, according to Bloomberg. Continue reading

Swine flu cure used during 1918 flu pandemic

Most of us have recently been avoiding people sneezing on the street, washing our hands more frequently and taking extra vitamin C to defend ourselves against catching Swine flu. Though the CDC recommends Tamiflu or Relenza, there are a few Homeopathic remedies that have been very effective during all the major flu epidemics. Continue reading