Ron Paul: Martial Law Is No Conspiracy Theory

Former Congressman Ron Paul joins the program to discuss his dire warning regarding SJ Res 29, which Sen. Chris Murphy has called a “declaration of international martial law.”

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TRUMP SHOCKS ESTABLISHMENT MEDIA, APPEARS ON ALEX JONES SHOW Tells Jones: “We’ll be speaking a lot” in future

Trump Shocks Establishment Media, Appears on Alex Jones Show

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump told Alex Jones the two would be “speaking a lot” in future after a surprise radio interview that rocked the political establishment earlier today.
The Donald joined Jones live from Trump Tower in New York City for a 35 minute discussion on everything ranging from Hillary Clinton’s corruption, to ISIS, to his most recent controversy about Muslims in New Jersey celebrating 9/11.
At the end of the interview, Trump made reference to the mere fact of him appearing on the show, suggesting it would cause waves.

“I just want to finish by saying that your reputation’s amazing – I will not let you down – you will be very very impressed I hope and I think we’ll be speaking a lot but you’ll be looking at me in a year or two years, just give me a little bit of time to run things,” Trump told Jones.
“A year into office, you’ll be saying ‘wow I remember that interview, he said he was gonna do it and he did a great job’ – you’ll be very proud of our country,” added Trump.

Leftist journalists went into a meltdown as soon as they heard that Trump was about to appear on the show, just as they panicked over the fact that Trump dared to tweet out a link to Infowars last week, as well as quoting yours truly on Twitter.
‘Alex Jones’ also began trending on Twitter shortly after the interview began.
Numerous ‘progressive’ news outlets began bashing Trump for doing the interview within an hour of it concluding, with Obama White House front group Media Matters the first to pile in. ‘Right Wing Watch’ also labeled Jones an “insane conspiracy theorist”. Bloomberg also accused Jones of “promoting 9/11 conspiracy theories”.
Expect a deluge more hit pieces over the next few hours and days as the establishment tries to use Trump’s appearance on the popular but controversial radio show to discredit his candidacy – a tactic that has failed miserably over and over again.

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Red Dawn 2015 Exposed: Hear in their own words as Hillary Clinton, Gen Wesley Clark, the policy makers, make statements which reveal their true agenda, to intern patriots and freedom loving Americans and then watch the foot soldiers like police and mainstream media carry the torch of tyranny.

Red Dawn is here but it is not an outside enemy as depicted in the mid 80’s classic Red Dawn. It’s actually the enemy within, the enemy that is behind the gates that is the true danger. Hear in their own words as Hillary Clinton, Gen Wesley Clark, the policy makers, make statements which reveal their true agenda, to intern patriots and freedom loving Americans and then watch the foot soldiers like police and mainstream media carry the torch of tyranny.

ALEX JONES VS THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA A documentary film from Know More News exposing the Mainstream Media’s propaganda campaign to ridicule Jones

infowarsA documentary film from Know More News exposing the Mainstream Media’s propaganda campaign to ridicule the undisputed “King of Conspiracy” talk radio host Alex Jones and his website

Alex Jones is internationally recognized by many as a trailblazer of new media and an icon of the burgeoning liberty movement. As the dinosaur mainstream media enters terminal decline, has soared to become one of the most prominent news websites on the Internet, beating the likes of in terms of web traffic. In addition, Jones’ daily radio show regularly tops 20 million viewers a week, crushing mainstream media for audience share on a regular basis.

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The Secret Agenda Of The California Water Drought Exposed

Alex Jones breaks down how the drought in California is being manufactured to push Agenda 21.…

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The real Chris Kyle “American Sniper”


Kyle File


Claim:   American Sniper subject Chris Kyle shot dozens of looters after Hurricane Katrina, killed two attempted carjackers, and punched Jesse Ventura in the face.





Examples:   [Collected via Twitter, January 2015]

Apparently chris kyle was filling up at a gas station near Dallas and 2 localthugs tried robbing him at gun point

He also claimed to have stood on the Super Dome and shot looters after Katrina.

And no evidence whatsoever was found of Chris Kyle claims of shooting looters, or guys in a gas station.

You can’t be upset at police in Ferguson, yet praise Chris Kyle. He sniped people during Katrina. But y’all don’t wanna hear that #FrogTea

Chris Kyle bragged about killing AMERICAN CITIZENS SUFFERING AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA smfh #AmericanSniper

Navy SEAL Sniper Chris Kyle Tells O’Reilly: I Decked #JesseVentura


Origins:   The release of the film American Sniper (based on the autobiographical book American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History) on 16 January 2015 brought the late Chris Kyle’s story to a wide audience. While the former Navy SEAL achieved a fair degree of fame before his death in February 2013, the release of the movie based on his book prompted renewed interest in both the events it depicted and other claims Kyle made during his lifetime.

Three particular incidents Kyle maintained he was involved in have caused the most controversy. They are:

  • In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Kyle traveled to New Orleans and killed about thirty “looters” from a perch on top of the Superdome.
  • During the funeral of a fellow Navy SEAL, Kyle punched out Jesse Ventura for saying something defamatory about SEALs.
  • In 2009, Kyle shot and killed two individuals who attempted to steal his truck and was released by police without questioning due to the intercession of the Department of Defense.

The film based on Kyle’s book complicated an already tangled narrative, though adaptation of autobiographies to the silver screen frequently invokes creative license. But the rumors that quickly became part of Kyle’s legend came not from the book-to-film evolution but rather from the man himself.

Chris Kyle’s claim he’d fired upon and killed dozens of “looters” after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005 preceded the other two tales. The story circulated through postings on several web sites and through a number of news articles, as well as being passed from person to person in both the online and offline worlds:

The SEALs began telling stories, and Kyle offered a shocking one. In the days after Hurricane Katrina, he said, the law-and-order situation was dire. He and another sniper travelled to New Orleans, set up on top of the Superdome, and proceeded to shoot dozens of armed residents who were contributing to the chaos. Three people shared with me varied recollections of that evening: the first said that Kyle claimed to have shot thirty men on his own; according to the second, the story was that Kyle and the other sniper had shot thirty men between them; the third said that she couldn’t recall specific details.

Had Kyle gone to New Orleans with a gun? Rumors of snipers — both police officers and criminal gunmen — circulated in the weeks after the storm. Since then, they have been largely discredited. A spokesman for U.S. Special Operations Command, or SOCOM, told me, “To the best of anyone’s knowledge at SOCOM, there were no West Coast SEALs deployed to Katrina.” When I related this account to one of Kyle’s officers, he replied, sardonically, “I never heard that story.” The SEAL with extensive experience in special-mission units wondered how dozens of people could be shot by high-velocity rifles and just disappear; Kyle’s version of events, he said, “defies the imagination.”

Indeed, the account does not hold water simply on the grounds cited in the passage quoted above. Imagining that SEALs were deployed toNew Orleans in the chaotic days that followed Katrina is not exceptionally hard, considering the level of disorder that followed the devastation wrought by the hurricane. But the notion that dozens of Americans were shot dead on mere suspicion of (relatively minor) crimes, on American soil and with the full support of a system of law that otherwise does not allow for such summary

punitive actions, challenges credulity to a very large degree. Moreover, thirty or so bodies of local residents slain in such a manner never turned up as corroborative evidence of such a claim. The circumstance Kyle claimed would have required the silence and compliance of all witnesses, the families of the dead, all involved law enforcement agencies, and untold others who might have become aware of killings meted out under inarguably public circumstances. Had Kyle and his fellows truly dispatched such a large number of looters or “residents who were contributing to the chaos” (who had neither been charged with nor convicted of any crime, much less a capital one), some other evidence of this tale would have emerged. One person disappearing under such circumstances is unusual; thirty or so is truly unbelievable.

The second claim involved a similar measure of street justice purportedly meted out by Kyle to what many would deem deserving recipients. In that tale, Kyle was nearly the victim of a carjacking at a gas station, but the deadly sniper was quicker than his would-be assailants: he drew and fatally wounded the unnamed men.

The story got odder, though, when police responded to the situation (in some accounts, Kyle called for intervention from the Department of Defense; in others, police discovered his special privileges when they checked his identification and received a mysterious message in response). An iteration of the rumor was promulgated by a New Orleans news outlet after the release of American Sniper, in which both the claims made by Kyle and their built-in lack of verifiability were questioned:

[W]riter Michael McAffrey is far less kind. He excoriates Kyle and reporters who have failed to question Kyle’s bogus stories …

Kyle also told a story about killing a pair of carjackers in Texas and then dialing up the Pentagon for the law enforcement officials who arrived at the scene. That’s another story that nobody — no police, deputy, coroner or witness — has been able to confirm. McAffrey writes, “Just like he didn’t shoot two car jackers in the middle of nowhere Texas, and he didn’t shoot looters in the aftermath of Katrina. None of those things are true … but that doesn’t mean there aren’t people who desperately need them to be true.”

The most pervasive version of the rumor stemmed from a February 2013 article on a Dallas-based web site that referenced a very loose definition of the word “confirmed.” According to the site, Kyle and some unnamed officers in the area in which the incident purportedly occurred (never directly specified), stated security camera footage of the incident existed and/or they had spoken to an individual who’d viewed the footage. But no footage matching the description provided by Kyle on the site in question has ever turned up, certainly an unusual circumstance in the wake of the large amount of attention Kyle and the film American Sniper have garnered:

[Kyle] proceeded to tell me about that day. It was in January 2009, just weeks after he retired from the Navy. It was cold that morning, and he was wearing a heavy winter coat. He was driving his truck — his now famous black F350 with the large rims and impressive grill — when he needed to stop for gas. He pulled into a station right off Highway 67.

Kyle told me that the entire incident was caught on the gas station’s surveillance cameras. He said he gave the responding officers a phone number to call. Presumably someone high up in the government explained to the officers who Kyle was. He said the officers were very understanding, that they didn’t want to drag a just-home, highly decorated veteran into a messy legal situation that would surely draw a harsh media spotlight.

Kyle told me that he knew the tape was out there somewhere, because he would randomly get emails from police officers all over the country, thanking him for “cleaning up the streets.”

The site added some telltale markers of a genuine urban legend:

Several of Kyle’s friends were familiar with the incident, and they had heard virtually the same story. After our talk, I called the police chiefs of several towns along [Highway] 67. Most of them had heard of the incident. One, speaking only on background, said he knew some of his men had at least seen the tape. But request after request provided no police reports and no tape.

All involved had heard the story, and some of them claimed to know of a person who had seen the purported footage — but all of them heard the story from the same source (Kyle himself), and none of them could personally attest to having viewed the alleged security camera footage. And just as in the Superdome sniping tale, the putative victims remain unidentified even now, so no one can possibly verify whether they’re even dead, much less the circumstances under which they died.

While those claims were both extraordinary and by their very nature difficult to corroborate, the third was both a bit more high-profile and (eventually) involved a celebrity. In his autobiography, Kyle described a moment of defending the honor of SEALs against someone who’d impugned them at an unimaginably inappropriate time: while they were mourning the loss of a fellow SEAL at a bar:

Kyle wrote in his 2012 book, “American Sniper,” that he punched out a celebrity while mourning the death of Navy SEAL and future Medal of Honor recipient, Master at Arms 2nd Class Michael Monsoor.

Kyle did not identify [the celebrity] by name in the book, but said that he swung at the individual after he “started running his mouth about the war and everything and anything he could connect to it.” That included President George W. Bush and deployed SEALs, who “were doing the wrong thing, killing men and women and children and murdering,” the man said, according to Kyle’s book.

Kyle alleged that he tried to get the man — identified only as “Mr. Scruff Face” — to keep it down, and he responded by saying the SEALs in the bar “deserve to a lose a few.” The man eventually took a swing at him, Kyle alleged, and all hell broke loose.

“Being level-headed and calm can last only so long,” Kyle said in his book. “I laid him out. Tables flew. Stuff happened. Scruff Face ended up on the floor.”

Yet again, the story eventually developed another intriguing twist when Kyle elaborated upon it during a 2012 appearance on Fox News channel’s The O’Reilly Factor. During that segment, Kyle claimed the previously unnamed individual he described was none other than Jesse Ventura, the former professional wrestler, governor of Minnesota, and member of the Navy’s Underwater Demolition Teams during the Vietnam War era.

While the claims about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the carjacking incident were met with some general disbelief, the mention of Ventura’s name introduced a separate credibility issue for Kyle in the form of a lawsuit filed by Ventura against Kyle after the latter’s appearance on O’Reilly’s show. After Kyle died in 2013 the suit continued against his estate, and a jury eventually found Kyle’s estate had improperly profited from claims made by the decedent that had no basis in provable fact and awarded Ventura $1.8 million dollars in damages:

Legal experts said Ventura, a former Navy SEAL, had to clear a high legal bar to win, since as a public figure he had to prove actual malice. According to the jury instructions, Ventura had to prove with “clear and convincing evidence” that Kyle either knew or believed what he wrote was untrue, or that he harbored serious doubts about its truth.

[Ventura attorney David Bradley] Olsen said Kyle’s claims that Ventura said he hated America, thought the U.S. military was killing innocent civilians in Iraq and that the SEALs “deserve to lose a few” had made him a pariah in the community that mattered most to him — the brotherhood of current and former SEALs.

Olsen said inconsistencies in testimony from defense witnesses about what happened the night of Oct. 12, 2006, were so serious that their stories couldn’t be trusted. He also pointed out that people who were with Ventura that night testified that the alleged confrontation never happened. And he said Ventura would never have said any of the remarks attributed to him because he remains proud of his and his parents’ military service.

However, it should be noted the jury in the case did not specifically have to determine whether Kyle had in fact punched out Ventura (for whatever reason) in order to find in favor of the plaintiff, and its verdict may not have been unanimous:

The jury told the judge that it didn’t believe it could reach a unanimous verdict, but the judge instructed them to continue. Attorneys for both sides agreed the verdict did not need to be unanimous and would allow a verdict if only eight of 10 jurors agreed.

U.S. District Judge Richard Kyle, who is not related to the author, told jurors they weren’t charged with determining whether Ventura was punched, but rather whether he was defamed by the remarks Kyle attributed to him.

So while Chris Kyle’s historical legacy as one of America’s most lethal snipers in foreign wars is largely confirmed and corroborated, his claims about various “take charge” incidents in the U.S. are lacking in substantiation. No record of any shooting deaths matching the description of Kyle’s purported carjacking victims has ever surfaced, nor has anyone produced the supposed security camera video of the incident (or even evidence such a video truly exists). New Orleans authorities did not log some thirty unaccounted-for shooting deaths in the wake of Hurricane Katrina; and even if Kyle’s claim proved in any way plausible, the government-sanctioned street execution of American citizens on American soil without due process would have prompted a large-scale civil rights scandal.

Moreover, the single claim of this group that stood a legal test of its veracity failed: Kyle’s claims about Jesse Ventura were sufficiently non-provable that a jury (deliberating in a country that, by and large, holds a large measure of respect and pursuant leeway for American servicemen) saw fit to award damages to Ventura totaling seven figures, even with the knowledge that Kyle himself hadn’t lived to see the sanction and the damages would be levied against his widow and other beneficiaries of his estate.

Last updated:   23 January 2015


American Sniper Exposed As Giant Hoax

[ Extended ] American Sniper – Extended Trailer #3

Sniper Chris KyleA former Navy Seal who went on to write a bestselling book chronicling his life as the US’s most prolific marksman has been shot dead at a gun range in Texas.

Police said Sunday that the body of Chris Kyle was found by officers responding to an incident at the Rough Creek Lodge in Glen Rose the previous evening. Chad Littlefield, a 35-year-old friend of the war veteran and author, was also killed at the scene.

In a statement, Sergeant Lonny Haschel said Eddie Ray Routh, 25, of Lancaster, had been charged with two counts of murder in relation to the double shooting. The alleged gunman was found at his home just hours after the shooting, having earlier fled the gun range in a pick-up truck, it is claimed.

Haschel said the link between the men was not immediately clear. Routh was being held on Sunday at the Erath County jail on a combined $3m bond, authorities said.

Kyle was a veteran of four tours of Iraq whose shooting during battles in Ramadi and Fallujah earned him the nickname “al Shaitan” or “the Devil” among insurgents who put a bounty on his head.

Kyle drew criticism for drawing attention to his exploits by writing about the 150 insurgents he had killed between 1999 and 2009. The book, American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in US Military History, became a bestseller. chris kyle RIP

The US military confirmed on Sunday that Routh was a corporal in the Marines from June 2006 to January 2010, according to the Associated Press. He was deployed to Iraq in 2007 and Haiti in 2007.

Officials investigating the killing of Kyle and Littlefield said that the two men had arrived at the shooting range with the suspect.


They were unable to say whether Routh was suffering from PTSD or had sought treatment. However, at a press conference on Sunday afternoon, Tommy Bryant, Erath County Sheriff said Routh’s mother, who is a teacher, may have contacted the men to “help her son” according to the Dallas Morning News.

“We have an idea that that’s why they were at the range, for some kind of therapy that Mr Kyle assists people with” Bryant said.

Police said that the three men arrived at Rough Creek Lodge and Resort at about 3.15 pm. Kyle and Littlefield were found dead at about 5pm. After the shootings, Routh drove to his sister’s home in Midlothian and told his sister and brother-in-law what he had done, police said. They called the authorities. When they arrived at Routh’s home in Lancaster to arrest him, Routh tried to flee in Kyle’s pickup but he was later apprehended.

Scott McEwan, who co-wrote American Sniper with Kyle, said he was stunned by his death.

“It just comes as a shock and it’s staggering to think that after all Chris has been through, that this is how he meets his end, because there are so many ways he could have been killed” in Iraq, McEwen said.

Trevor Cox, the director of Fitco Cares, a foundation Kyle helped establish for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, described Kyle as a humble man who wanted to serve his country and help other and who died “doing what filled his heart with passion – helping soldiers struggling with the fight to overcome PTSD”.

Cox said that Routh had not come through Fitco Cares.

Cox, a former US marine corp sniper, said: “The gentleman was not affiliated with our organisation. Any time there is a veteran through our organisation I’m aware of it. So the encounter was not through my organisation.”

He said, however, that Kyle and Chad, who were neighbours, also worked with veterans in their own time.

Asked whether it was part of the organisation’s program to take veterans to gun ranges, Cos said: “We haven’t ever done a shooting event, but in my opinion I don’t think there’s anything inappropriate in what he was doing something a lot of military people enjoy. This was a senseless act.”

“It’s important that we continue his legacy and continue to serve veterans fearlessly.”

Fitco Cares foundation, an offshoot of Fitco Fitness, provides in-house gyms and fitness equipment to keep soldiers active and also provides counselling and medical networks.

In a statement on the website, which is co-ordinating condolences for Kyle, Cox described the former Navy Seal as a hero for his efforts in combat and at home.

“My heart is breaking” said Cox, in the statement. “Our foundation, Fitco Cares, this country and most importantly, his wife Taya and their children, lost a dedicated father and husband, a lifelong patriot and an American hero.”

“Chris died doing what he filled his heart with passion – serving soldiers struggling with the fight to overcome PTSD.”

In an interview last year with NBC News, Kyle said he didn’t want to put the number of kills in the book but the publisher insisted.

“If I could figure out the number of people I saved, that’s something I would brag about,” he told NBC News’ Lester Holt.

After leaving the navy, Kyle founded Craft International, which provides training to military, police, corporate and civilian clients.

At the time of his death, the former Seal was being sued by Jesse Ventura, the former Minnesota governor and ex-professional wrestler, over claims in the book that Kyle punched him in a 2006 bar fight over unpatriotic remarks.

Ventura says the punch never happened and that the claim by Kyle defamed him.

A trial was due for August this year.

Craft Patch- Despite what your momma told you violence does solve problems

The story behind the Craft Skull logo combines several meaningful pieces of our founder’s life and service to this great nation, but mainly honors his fallen teammates. As part of SEAL Team 3, he and his fellow teammates painted similar skulls on their gear in order to strike fear in the enemy. The crosshair symbolizes his time spent on a sniper rifle and is also in the form of a templar cross to symbolize his faith. Lastly, the crosshair is on the right eye to honor SO2 Ryan Job USN (SEAL), who was critically wounded when he was shot in the right eye while on deployment to Iraq in 2006.

Private Military Firm ‘Craft International’ At Boston Marathon?

Following the successful rescue mission by Navy SEALs of freighter Captain Richard Phillips on Easter morning, 2009, Ryan Job was asked by a local reporter if he thought using Navy SEALs against Somali pirates was overkill. His response was, “despite what your mamma told you, violence does solve problems.” Ryan Job died in September of that year following complications during reconstructive surgery.

The word “CRAFT” inside the skull signifies the team of experts in their “crafts” who are the men and women dedicated to carrying the CRAFT legacy forward.

The Craft Skull is a daily reminder to us all the sacrifices brave warriors have made and what it takes to triumph over evil.

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Jesse Ventura Responds – Navy Seal Punch ( FULL INTERVIEW )


Chris Kyle On Gun Violence, Obama Gun Ban Control_ Shortly Before His Murder


Was Chris Kyle on Someone’s Hit List?

Jesse Ventura, former Navy SEAL (yes, he really was), pro-wrestler, Minnesota governor, and TV host, prevailed Tuesday in his defamation suit against the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. A jury awarded Ventura $1.845 million over a passage in Kyle’s 2012 book American Sniper, in which Kyle recounts a 2006 fight inside a bar after a fallen serviceman’s wake. Kyle wrote that he and his group encountered a character named “Scruff Face,” who insulted George W. Bush, slammed the Iraq War, and even added the horrific sneer that SEALs “deserved to lose a few.” A fight ensued and, according to Kyle, “being level-headed and calm can last only so long.”

“I laid him out,” he writes. “Tables flew. Stuff happened. Scruff Face ended up on the floor.” He added that Scruff Face reportedly had a black eye the next day.

Kyle should have perhaps left it at that. But during his book tour stop on the Opie and Anthony show, he identified “Scruff Face” as none other than Jesse Ventura. He repeated the claim again in another interview with Fox News.

The news transformed Ventura into one of the most hated men in America and persona non grata in the military and veteran communities. TV-show deals for Ventura, who had developed a career as a television host with a penchant for exploring conspiracy theories, reportedly dried up as a result.

But then a curious thing happened: Ventura immediately came forth, not issuing the standard press release with a banal denial but rather resolutely and categorically denying he ever made such statements, and affirming that he was never knocked in that California bar or was never in any altercation with Kyle.

Someone here was clearly lying — but who?

For those of us paying attention, Kyle’s story seemed fishy from the get-go. Why would Ventura make such remarks in the company of friends and fellow SEALs, especially those who were at a bar as part of a wake for a fallen warrior? Only a hair-raisingly evil person would say they “deserve to lose a few,” much less to men who have just buried a fellow soldier. While Ventura has been quite publicly critical of both Bush and much U.S. policy (and, for the record, I am not excusing his views), hatred of individual servicemen is a whole other ballgame.

But, this was Chris Kyle, a war hero (!), and thus all blindly believed him.

Ventura asked for a retraction and an apology. He received none. So he proceeded with a defamation lawsuit.

Legal experts claimed Ventura had no shot. A widow crying on the stand? Too sympathetic. A decorated war hero who was tragically killed (in an unrelated accident after Ventura filed suit)? Too sympathetic. Ventura was facing an almost insurmountable uphill battle in an already tricky area of the law.

Once the trial actually began, however, the truth began to emerge. For instance, Kyle, who sat for a lengthy video deposition prior to his death, was inconsistent in his story, described by one local reporter with the following headline: “In video deposition, author trips up on fight details in Ventura libel suit.” The MinneapolisStar-Tribune describes the testimony:

Afternoon testimony may have shifted some sympathy to Ventura’s side. In the deposition, videotaped a year before his death, Chris Kyle said he could not remember who told him that Ventura had hit his head when he fell to the sidewalk, could not recall how he learned that Ventura had a black eye, and conceded that tables did not go “flying” during the 2006 confrontation in a bar near San Diego, which he described in his book “American Sniper.”

After a thorough trial, in which the jury listened to multiple witnesses from both sides, the jury found in favor of Ventura, finding Kyle had indeed defamed the former wrestler. The court awarded Ventura more than $1.8 million (far lower than the amount Ventura sought), consisting of $500,000 for defamation damages and an additional $1.3 million for “unjust enrichment” (meaning that Kyle and his estate wrongly profited from said defamation). The book publisher’s libel insurance will cover the $500,000.

Social media, even journalists, became downright hysterical, insulting Ventura and making knee-jerk defenses of Kyle — so hysterical, in fact, that facts and logic were outright nonexistent.

Consider a few of the frantic claims, along with the facts:

MYTH: He sued a widow! What a monster!

CNN’s Anderson Cooper got in on the outrage game, tweeting: “I cannot believe that Jesse Ventura successfully sued the widow of a fallen Navy SEAL. Has he no shame?”

Whoa, there. Ventura sued Kyle in 2012. Kyle died, tragically, about a year later. The lawsuit then shifted to Chris Kyle’s estate, for which his wife, Taya, is the executor. It is utterly normal for a lawsuit to shift onto the estate, especially when the estate has profited from the issue in dispute. Considering Taya herself has profited from the book (earnings are estimated at a whopping $6 million, thanks to royalties and rights), it stands to reason that the shift is appropriate.

Consider this: A decorated veteran publishes a book saying he fought with someone in a bar after hearing the man say he worshiped the devil and/or thinks child molesters are fine. During the book tour, the author is asked to identify the monster and names you. It makes headlines, helping propel the book’s sales. You file a defamation suit and, roughly a year later, the author/veteran unexpectedly dies. His multimillion dollar estate goes to his wife, an estate largely consisting of profits from the book that defamed you. Do you drop the suit?

Of course not.

MYTH: The jury must have gotten it wrong.

Yes, juries sometimes get it wrong. (Though, statistics show, not often – if you want stupidity, check out judges’ findings.) But common sense would tell you that Ventura’s case must have been exceptionally strong and Kyle’s case extremely weak if the jury held in favor of Ventura. Defamation is notoriously hard to prove, and juries do not easily find against a young widow (who cried on the stand multiple times) or a fallen war hero, let alone both.

MYTH: It’s just a case of he said vs. he said so we have no way of knowing who lied.

Actually no. There were multiple witnesses, called by both sides. Clearly, the jury found Ventura’s witnesses believable and not Kyle’s.



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Your Profoundly CRIMINAL Gov’t: U.S. DOJ CAUGHT Running ‘Kill The Cop’ Race War Group

As if the American people needed more evidence that the Obama administration’s Justice Department was out of control after six years of non-stop scandals, it was recently revealed that the DOJ was funding a “community” organization linked to a controversial rap music video glorifying the murder of New York City police officers. The group in question, Bronx Defenders,…has received at least $1.5 million in U.S. taxpayer dollars from the Department of Justice, and played a prominent role in the pro-cop killing music video. The link between the widely condemned rap production and the DOJ made headlines this week aftertwo New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers were murdered, execution style, under the guise of obtaining “revenge” for the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.…

10 Things the Elite Are Planning for You in the Next 4 Years (2013-2016) – They are playing out now!!!

“There will never again be an honest election in the United States” according to the elite banker class that has seized control of the US Government, the corporate media, and the military industrial complex. They are planning to seize ALL private property and wealth, completely wiping out the middle class. Interview with Lindsey Williams: Pastor Lindsay Williams, who has impressed me over the past years with the accuracy of his predictions–calling the huge swings both up and down in oil prices a couple of years ago–has insider information from what he calls the power elite or global elite. (I won’t go into detail here about how he gets this insider information except to say, in a nutshell, that he served as the chaplain in Alaska during the 70′s for the oil billionaires, a couple whom took him into their confidence, including the late Eric Fromm and a living man whom Lindsey calls “Mr. X”.) With that brief background, here is what Pastor Lindsey Williams recently said about what they plan for the next 4 years. (reporting what he was told by his globalist insider “Mr. X”):

You Won’t Believe This: Banker Bailout Round 2

In a complete affront to the American voter, Congress just handed over a $1.1 trillion dollar spending bill to a democratic controlled senate that will effectively hand power to the losing party through 2015. That’s the entire first year of the incoming Congress’ term being controlled by the party that the voters just kicked out. Is it revolution time yet?

Christmas Disaster Predicted By Trends Expert Gerald Celente!

By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine


What is coming for the end of 2014? What surprises can we expect for the new year?Trends Journal Publisher Gerald Celente joins Alex Jones in a hard hitting, explosive interview to answer those very questions and much more. From Feguson, Missouri to the drums of war continuously being beaten, to a prediction of a disastrous Christmas, these issues are delivered in true Celente style!


Celente doesn’t care about the “right” or the “left”, his political atheism is why his predictions do not come with an agenda, he takes trends from the past and applies them to the future and it has made him one of the most prominet trends forecasters of our time.


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When is Revolution The Right Thing to Do? …The answer is to STOP the TYRANNY

vel·vet rev·o·lu·tion
noun: velvet revolution; plural noun: velvet revolutions
  1. a nonviolent political revolution, especially the relatively smooth change from communism to a Western-style democracy in Czechoslovakia at the end of 1989. 
translating Czech sametová revoluce .
[rev-uhloo-shuh n] Spell Syllables
noun overthrow or repudiation and the thorough replacement of anestablished government or political system by the people governed.
2. Sociology. a radical and pervasive change in society and the socialstructure, especially one made suddenly and often accompanied byviolence.

3. a sudden, complete or marked change in something:

the present revolution in church architecture.
4. a procedure or course, as if in a circuit, back to a starting point.
5. a single turn of this kind.
6. Mechanics.

  1. a turning round or rotating, as on an axis.
  2. a moving in a circular or curving course, as about a central point.
  3. a single cycle in such a course.
7. Astronomy.

  1. (not in technical use) rotation (def 2).
  2. the orbiting of one heavenly body around another.
  3. a single course of such movement.

Texas Monthly magazin: The “Conspiracy Theory” That Alex Jones Is Actually Legendary, Long-Dead Texas Comedian Bill Hicks

Texas Monthly magazine dedicated an entire article to fleshing out a conspiracy theory

In likely one of the most bizarre pieces ever run in the publication, the popular Texas Monthly magazine dedicated an entire article to fleshing out a conspiracy theory that has managed to entrench itself into popular culture.…
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Alex Jones is no stranger to conspiracy theories, obviously, but here’s a really good one that doesn’t come from him—rather, it’s about him: Have you perhaps heard that he is actually legendary Texas comedian Bill Hicks, who allegedly died in 1994, but who was actually “recruited by the CIA to become the controlled opposition by the mainstream media” who was “continuously fed approved intelligence by his CIA handlers”?

If you haven’t heard that, fret not. There is a 33-minute long video on Vimeo, created by a user who goes by the name “CastleJenniferBassett” with the catchy title of “IRREFUTABLE PROOF that Alex Jones IS Bill Hicks.”

Thirty-three minutes is a long time to spend watching a conspiracy video, but with the promise of “irrefutable proof,” it’s hard not to at least be a little curious what the argument involves.

It begins with a bit from Hicks that opened his final comedy record, Rant In E Minor, in which Hicks—whom the sheeple would like you to believe was dying of pancreatic cancer at the time—claimed he had just sold a television series. After the audience cheers, he explains that the series is called Let’s Hunt and Kill Billy Ray Cyrus, who spent the early nineties as a mild country star before going on to his true purpose of raising his daughter, Miley, into the defining pop culture figure of 2013.

“Does this sound like a man who is DYING… Or a man who is planning for the FUTURE?!” the video asks.

If you ignore the most obvious answer (it sounds like a man who is making a joke, which is appropriate behavior for a professional comedian performing his act in front of a paying audience), it really does make you think—as does the fact that, if you photograph the two of them from the same angle, they do look a bit similar.

Leaving aside the fact that two kinda doughy white guys photographed from the same angle, with their hair parted in the same way, might bear a superficial resemblance, the video goes on to explore the similarities in Hicks’ and Jones’ teeth, which are not dissimilar, but we’re not experts. Their noses, meanwhile, don’t look all that much alike, but that’s probably intentional misdirection on the part of the conspirators. How easy is it to get a nose job to throw people off the scent? (Fine, pun intended.)

All of this is actually the fun of conspiracy theories—if and when you decide that they’re true, every fact that supports the theory is gospel, while every fact that contradicts it is proof of just how deep it runs. Jones, for example, is forty years old, while Hicks would be 53 today—but that’s probably just what they want you to think, in order to further throw you off the scent. How simple it is to plant fake identification, if you’re backed by the CIA, after all?

There are plenty of good ways to refute this theory, ultimately, but “Bill Hicks died in 1994” is all we really need. (The fact that we both believe this and are publishing it, presumably, makes us part of the conspiracy—can’t wait for the CIA kickbacks, y’all!) But there’s a question or two worth considering that this video raises nonetheless. When the AV Club wrote about it yesterday, one of the points they make in their refutation of of the theory is that:

Hicks and Jones admittedly do share a passing similarity in looks, and both are given to passionate oratory, but Hicks existed on a wildly different side of the political divide than Jones.

That’s true, in many ways, but it’s also true that Hicks’ brand of political commentary is the sort that, had he not died of pancreatic cancer in 1994, might have evolved in its viewpoint from a left-leaning “the government is out to turn you into blindly accepting sheep who question nothing and do as you are told” to Jones’ rather more right-leaning perspective on “the government is out to turn you into blindly accepting sheep who question nothing and do as your are told.” Bill Hicks (it bears repeating one more time) died in 1994, so he did not become Alex Jones. But it’s worth considering—given that their shared passion is less about any particular political party, and more about a shared distrust of state power—if, had he lived to 2014, he might have grown to look and sound like him.

At the end of the 1994 documentary about Hicks, It’s Just A Ride, Jay Leno—whom Hicks was fond of attacking unsparingly—talks about what Hicks might have developed into, had he lived. “It would have been a wonderful thing,” Leno says, “To see him as a sixty-year-old curmudgeon, still smoking and drinking, and looking terrible and talking about losing weight and never doing any of this.” And it’s possible that Hicks, who would be 53 if he were alive today, would have mellowed with age. But it’s also not impossible that had he lived, he’d take his passion for berating people who offended him and anti-government conspiracies on a sharp right turn.

In any case, all of this is an interesting thought-exercise, but nothing more. Bill Hicks died of pancreatic cancer in 1994, at the age of 33. Alex Jones may have similar teeth (we guess?), and some similar ideas about how power in the world works, but their journeys are pretty different—conspiracy theories to the contrary be damned.

America In Decay by Alex Jones / INFOWARS

A series of articles in this month’s Foreign Affairs magazine, a publication of the Council on Foreign Relations, reveals how the establishment is desperate to “co-opt” the political populist uprising that has swept the United States and Europe in recent years.

In an introduction to the series of essays, Foreign Affairs editors Gideon Rose and Jonathan Tepperman note how the rise of Tea Party sentiment in the United States and its equivalent in Europe comes as a result of increasing disenfranchisement with the political system.…
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Alex Jones on How Matt Drudge Changed The World

When Matt Drudge launched the The Drudge Report he single handedly changed the way we get our news and who we get it from. He saved the news business by turning everyone into their own network and their own editor. As the gatekeeping dinosaur media makes a last gasp of breath from their self created, self censored, establishment narrative tar pits, they will see the face of their dragon slayer and it will be the citizen journalist.…

Nuclear False Flag Coming to U.S – Sen Graham Warns of Nuke Strike After Missing Warheads Report

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Alex Jones & Anthony Gucciardi September 5, 2013

Senator Lindsay Graham has warned South Carolinians about the threat of a ‘terrorist nuclear attack’ on the same day that our exclusive high level military intel revealed to us that nuclear warheads were being shipped to South Carolina from a major Texas airforce base under an ‘off the record’ black ops transfer.

Found in the CBS report entitled ‘Graham: Nukes In Hands Of Terrorists Could Result In Bomb Coming To Charleston Harbor’, the report details Graham’s warning that a lack of military action in Syria could result in a nuclear ‘bombing’ in Charleston, South Carolina — the very destination of the black ops nuclear transfer. The CBS report reads: Continue reading

Esquire Magazine gives Alex Jones a shockingly fair and at times warm and humorous profile

alex Jones dtoMEsquire Magazine has broken ranks with the majority of the biased mainstream media by writing a shockingly fair and at times warm and humorous profile of Alex Jones.

It’s quite the departure from last week’s MSNBC hit piece, during which Alex Wagner and guests all but blamed Jones for the Boston Bombings and accused him of “getting paid to be racist.”

Entitled Alex Jones: Father Knows Best, Updated for the Apocalypse, John H. Richardson’s piece offers an insight into the background and mind of Alex Jones as the journalist accompanies Jones on a family holiday in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

I’m not going to try to summarize Richardson’s lengthy article in a concise blog post, but it really is worth reading the whole profile.

The only parts of the article that lose context due to editorial constraints concern abortion and gay marriage. In reality, Jones strongly opposes abortion and firmly believes that the entire gay marriage debate is a diversionary rabbit hole based around ‘fake rights’ which merely serves to push aside the bigger issue of all Americans’ fundamental rights being continually violated.

In addition, the claim that Alex’s wife is Jewish is inaccurate. Her grandfather was Jewish on her mother’s side but she is a Christian. Continue reading

AlexJones talks with James Lane and Richard Grove about their new documentary, State of Mind: The Psychology of Control.

Alex also talks with James Lane and Richard Grove about their new documentary, State of Mind: The Psychology of Control. The film delves into the abyss to expose the true agendas at work — the science of control that has evolved over generations to keep us firmly in place so that dictators, power brokers and corporate puppeteers may profit from our ignorance and slavery.

Published on Jun 29, 2013

State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control, from the creators of A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995, reveals that much of what we believe to be truth is actually deliberate deception. The global elites are systematically implanting lies into our consciousness to erect a “tyranny over the minds of men.” This film exposes the mind control methods being used to turn our once vibrant society into a land of obedient sheeple.
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US Government at War with Truth Tellers: Alex Jones On Aaron Schwartz’ Death

Press TV has conducted an interview with Alex Jones, Infowars.Com, Texas, about the issue of the suspicious death five months ago of Aaron Schwartz an outspoken critic of Barack Obama.

The following is an approximate transcript of the interview.

Press TV: It is a known fact that Schwartz was a critic of the Obama government of the American policy specially the ‘kill list’ and suspicion still surrounds his death. What do you make of it, first of all? Continue reading

WAKE UP AMERICA + The “ENDGAME” is NEAR – Operation Paul Revere

We just updated and created a new video for the Alex Jones “Operation Paul Revere” Online Virtual Film Festival. Plus see our favorite videos from other contestants below.

Three (3) Cash Prizes will be awarded:
Grand Prize – $100,000 cash
Second Place – $10,000 cash
Third Place – $5,000 cash

Alex Jones made the challenge and we accepted the offer to make the most creative video that promotes awareness of Global, National and Local Government Corruption.

Two Residents of Nevada joined forces and created a grass roots revolt against State of Nevada Government, Law Enforcement and Judicial corruption. Mike Weston of Reno, NV and Ty Robben formally from Carson City, NV (now So. Lake Tahoe, CA) along with others including Tonja Brown have been victimized by rampant, wholesale government corruption.

Mike Weston designed and built the “Worlds Largest CRIME SCENE banner” at 150 feet long x 4 feet tall. Ty Robben met Mike Weston by viewing his website and noticing the one-of-a-kind CRIME SCENE TAPE displayed in front of the Reno courthouse. Ty Robben and Mike Weston united to form the Nevada ANTI-Corruption movement and have held protests at the State of Nevada Capitol buildings since 2012.

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Inspired by Alex Jones and – Weston and Robben have been tellings others to “Wake Up” and tune in to and at our protests in the Reno and Carson City, Nevada Capitol areas.

We have been using the Internet to get our stories out and keep the information from being spun in the wrong direction. We show the facts, evidence and videos, etc… Clearly, Alex Jones is a master at this kind of hard driving journalism and we we’re excited to hear about the “Operation Paul Revere” on-line video ‘file fest’ and we gladly entered this video featuring Mike’s new 100 foot long Alex Jone INFOWARS.COM banner proudly displayed in the Reno, Nevada area…

Music “Info Warriors” by the SOUND PIGS from South Lake Tahoe, CA and NV.

  • John Jay Huls on Drums
  • Geoff Valentine on Guitar
  • Alex Stevenson on Bass

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Our favorite videos from other contestants:

The Illuminati in Modern Music (Operation Paul Revere Contest

Paul Revere Ride For Liberty ( Operation Paul Revere Contest Entry)

Operation Paul Revere Contest – Song – They Want You Dead

Operation Paul Revere Contest with Amanda Liberty

Portrait of a Soldier: INFOWARS.COM CONTEST: Operation Paul Revere

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We’re in the mix for $115,000.00 dollars in the Alex Jones InfoWAR “Operation Paul Revere”

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Online Virtual Film Festival

Three (3) Cash Prizes will be awarded:
Grand Prize – $100,000 cash
Second Place – $10,000 cash
Third Place – $5,000 cash

We can mix a video and tell our stories of how we’re using the Internet to expand out on-the-street protests against local and State corruption here in Nevada and California. The protests serve as a beacon and are “eye candy” to passers by.  The massive signs and CRIME SCENE banner  bring light to the issues and can’t be ignored when driving by the State Capital or the Reno and Carson City courthouses.

A protest comes and goes, but a “movement” stays and grows.”

We have a catalog of videos and documentaries and we’ll enter a mash-up including some new stuff and a very special surprise, a custom InfoWAR banner for Alex Jones and his crew for the Bilderberg meeting demonstrations. Here is some of out work and we’ll post out contest entries here very soon. Continue reading

Video and pictures from Day of Resistance Pro Gun Rally in Reno, NV Feb 23, 2013 “223”

The Second Amendment is a “right”- as in Bill of Rights –  and should not be constrained by politics. Every Democrat I know has protection or at least respects the right to choose to have protection, just like every Republican I know.

Day of Resistance Rally in Reno, NV Feb 23, 2013

Speakers featured Congressman Mark Amodei, Nevada Senator James Settlemyer and Reno FOX news radio Jerry Evans

Reno Nevada .223 "Day of Resistance" gun rally

Reno Nevada .223 “Day of Resistance” gun rally

Western PAC Co-founder, Roger Stockton speaks to a group of reporters and gun rights advocates in front of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s office in San Francisco on January 30 2013.

Video from the Carson City Guns Across America Rally – Guns Across America, NEVADA! Easily two to three thousand people showed up to show support for our rights here in Carson City Nevada. Continue reading

Why The States Must Secede To Save America

Go here to sign the Nevada petition to Secede or just click the image below.

California has a petition to Secede along with other States.

We note that Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval would not be interested in leading the Nation of Nevada in this MSM news story from the Las Vegas Review Journal – Petition calls for Nevada to secede from union

Gov. Brian Sandoval, a former federal judge, opposes the secession petition movement. “Nevada is and will remain a state,” said his spokeswoman, Mary-Sarah Kinner.

The Reno RGJ cover it here – Petition to Obama: Secede Nevada from the Union

Nevada petition to secede the Union

Nevada petition to secede the Union

After reading and listening to this news from all different sources, we believe that The States Must Secede To Save America.
It is not our belief this “Movement to Secede” is not political retaliation against Obama for winning his second term as President.  Even if Romney won, we should still secede as States to peacefully topple the Federal Government control and corruption and then rebuild the Nation (restore the Republic) based on the true U.S. Constitution.  Many people from the Tea Party and the Occupy movements agree. Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians can all find agreement that our Country and our Government needs improvements on a wide range of issues. Alex Jones seem to have done the job explaining the situation on this video:

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Learn about The Zeitgeist Movement and how Lawless America and Alex Jones Infowars help influence NV ANTI-Corruption next projects

As the Nevada ANTI-Corruption movement transcends to join forces with Bill Windsor’s Lawless America film production, we contemplate our very own  film productions.  We’ve made various short videos on youtube and we may make more.  We are influenced with  Bill Windsor’s Lawless America because it addresses Government and Judicial corruption on a national scale.  Essentially,  Lawless America is what the Nevada ANTI-Corruption movement is to each and every State.

Alex Jones and his Infowars website addresses a different segment on the National and World stage concerning a variety of alternative news.  We are inspired by Mr. Jones and his ability to expose the NWO and other news you will not find on the mainstream media.  We are influenced by his videos too – See Alex Jones on youtube and see his movies like  Police State 4: The Rise of FEMA Full Length.  Here’s an interesting video with Alex & Dave Mustaine: We Are In The Fight of Our Lives.

…And we are inspired by Peter Joseph and his Zeitgeist movies. We see rifts between Peter Joseph and Alex Jones, but we respect both these people and their viewpoints and information. We don’t always agree with the viewpoints, but the information is worth seeing. …Also see Jeff Rense and Jessie Ventura.

“Anyone that chooses to challenge establishment orthodox views, traditional world views, not to mention the system we live in sets themselves up for venomous attacks. “

-Peter Joseph, the creator of “Zeitgeist, The Movie” and “Zeitgeist- Addendum”, “Zeitgeist- Moving Forward 2011”; Founder of The Zeitgeist Movement.

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Democide – “the murder of any person or people by a government, including genocide, politicide, and mass murder.”

Democide –  “the murder of any person or people by a government, including genocide, politicide, and mass murder.”


A new documentary from Alex Jones definitively declares war against the attempts to control the population through a fear of false dangers. The facts are in– terrorism as a mass threat is a hoax. It is government, and the elite who control it, that pose the real threat to humanity. This new film will serve as evidence to the fact that government is history’s greatest killer– with various regimes claiming more than 262,000,000 unnatural deaths in the 20th Century alone. Now, a 21st century technocratic global corporate tyranny seeks to kill not mere millions but billions– through their superweapons, central banking warfare model and eugenics mindset.

Alex turns the tables on the constant propaganda about a projected enemy. He documents proven academic research in Democide, or Death by Government, demonstrating that the real killers throughout history have always been in government. From Mao in Communist China, Stalin in the U.S.S.R., Hitler in Nazi Germany, Pol Pot under the Khmer Rouge and so many others, governments have killed more than 260 million people in just the last one hundred years.