Crimes of a Monster: Your Tax Dollars at Work

04/20/2018 11:22
by John W. Whitehead   “Is ours a government of the people, by the people, for the people, or a kakistocracy rather, for the benefit of knaves at the cost of fools?”— James Russell Lowell, 19th century American novelist   Let us not mince words.   We are living in an age of war profiteers.   We are living in an age of scoundrels, liars, brutes and thugs. Many of them work for the U.S. government.   We are living in an age of monsters.  Ask Donald Trump. He knows all about monsters.    Any government that leaves “mothers and fathers, infants and children, thrashing in pain and gasping for air” is evil and despicable,...

New Study Exposes How Internet Giants Are ‘Suppressing Conservative Speech’

04/19/2018 12:13
by Chris Agee   Amid continued concerns about the security of user data among the nation’s top tech firms, some critics continue to focus on another perceived shortcoming of companies like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. As Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, brought up during Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Capitol Hill testimony last week, many conservatives believe the social media platform, among others, has deliberately diminished their voice.  “There are a great many Americans who I would say are deeply concerned that Facebook and other tech companies are engaged in a pervasive pattern of bias and political censorship,” the senator said.   His line of...

Clinton Foundation a charitable fraud.. in trouble

04/18/2018 10:50
by Staff & Anonymous   Have you wondered why the Clinton Foundation stumbled so suddenly after Hillary was no longer in a position of influence? Perhaps this summary will provide some insight?? The Federalist reports: "The tax records, which were filed with the IRS in November of 2015, show that the Clinton Foundation spent far more on overhead expenses like travel ($7.9 million) than it did on charitable grants in 2014. The group also spent more on rent and office supplies (a total of $6.6 million) than it did on charitable grants. The Clinton Foundation’s IRS forms show that even its depreciation expense ($5.3 million) — an accounting classification...
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Political Prisoners in the United States

Martin Gottesfeld is a human rights activist facing up to 15 years in federal prison under the CFAA for helping save Justina Pelletier.

Martin Gottesfeld is a computer engineer and tireless champion for children whose wrongful imprisonment has been documented by Michelle Malkin, Rolling Stone, and numerous others.

In 2014, Marty, as his friends and family call him, defended the life of then-15-year-old Justina Pelletier as well as the rights of her parents. The Pelletiers had brought Justina to Harvard-affiliated Boston Children's Hospital (BCH) with a referral to see a specialist who had treated her before at nearby Tufts Medical Center. However, when Justina arrived she was instead seen by a different set of less experienced doctors who incorrectly challenged her existing physical diagnosis in favor of a mental one. They wanted to stop her pain and heart medications, amongst others. 

When her parents refused and tried to discharge Justina to her return to her previous doctors, BCH called Child Protective Services (CPS) and told them the Pelletiers were guilty of "medical child abuse" for treating Justina for her physical condition and refusing to consent to exclusively psychiatric care. 

CPS sided with BCH and took custody. A short time later, against her and her family's wishes, Justina's medications were stopped and BCH locked her in its now-notorious Bader 5 psych ward.