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  • Samizdat shared a video, "Ron Paul`s Sensible Foreign Policy"

    Alex Jones covers Ron Paul's common sense foreign policy. A pro israeli lobbyists manipulation of mass media. The new FERC regulations aimed at lakehouses. The looming EAS test on wednesday. And Herman Cain's sex scandal. Alex talks with Activist and Journalist Adam Kokesh about the feds and their attack on the right of people to produce and consume raw milk. Adam also talks about his mixed feelings toward what really happened on 9/11. Alex also welcomes food activist Liz Reitzig. Liz details the freedom ride that brought raw milk illegally across state lines.
  • Samizdat added a comment

    The ironic thing is that I will wrangle (not to be confused with Rangel) in any way I can to help elect Ron Paul, whereupon we will proceed to put an end to forcing the public to pay for This outcome would ideally be but a benefit of ending the income tax (the institution of an income tax' being one of the planks of the Communist Manifesto). Isn’t it fascinating how the Eastern Bloc repudiated Communism in the early 80s, yet the U.S. increasingly embraces Communism?