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'Feds Out of Florida' overpass rally held in Tampa

The first ‘Feds out of Florida’ rally of 2015 was held in Tampa today; On the overpass at I-4 & 301.  Several people (many of them local members of the… 181 more words



Miners say they will ‘fully disobey’ government order to leave

In a developing story some are comparing to the Bundy Ranch standoff in Nevada, Bureau of Land Management officials and miners west of Grants Pass, Oregon, are in an impasse over who has the rights to the minerals in the ground around Galice Creek. 292 more words


Shock Report: Feds Seek Role Players For Simulating Forced Detention & Relocation of Americans

This summer the U.S. government will begin an unprecedented joint military exercise involving several states and tens of thousands of participants ranging from special operations groups to volunteer citizens. 1,313 more words


Gold Drops On Stronger Dollar

On Tuesday, for a fifth session in six, gold plummeted as a stronger dollar destroyed modest gains to drag bullion back below $1,200 an ounce, while prices are probably to come under further pressure during an approaching hike in U.S. 386 more words


The Video The Feds Don’t Want You To See, Stand Off at Bunkerville One Year Later

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by David Knight | Infowars.com | April 13, 2015


Although no gunshots were fired, what happened at the Bundy Ranch was a shot fired across the bow that still reverberates one year later.
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Act 3: The Birth of Team Chaotix

           Victor pushed his way through the throng of on-lookers and past the police tape blocking the scene of the crime. The 20-year-old was 6-foot-4 and muscular with short hair that was kind of a dirty blonde and grey-blue eyes that, at the moment, were scanning the whole crime scene as the young private eye passed through. 5,831 more words

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What It's Like to Be an FBI Agent in a Border Town

Lawson moved out of his extended-stay hotel and into a house in Laredo, not far from some of the Treviños’ extended family, he says. He came to appreciate the camaraderie of working the border, a destination so low on agents’ wish lists that the bureau lets them transfer wherever they want after five years.

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