Update: Assault On Gold

Paul Craig Roberts | I was the first to point out that the Federal Reserve was rigging all markets, not merely bond prices and interest rates...

Fluoride Lobby Fumbles at Public Debate

Hart Noecker | There could be no doubt about who had won the night’s debate. There could be no doubt about how much Portlanders cherish unpolluted Bull Run fresh water.

Bail-in and the Confiscation of Bank Deposits: The Birth of the New Financial Order

Global Research | The recent bail-in in Cyprus has given the world a glimpse at the future of the banking landscape.

Che: A Revolution in Pop Culture Misrepresentation

Sarah Backer | The truth is wearing a Guevara shirt is much like sporting a shirt with Hitler’s or Stalin’s face on it. The only difference is that the Guevara shirt is socially acceptable, thanks to the obtuseness of Hollywood.

Texas Rep. David Simspon Introduces Anti TSA Groping Bill Once More

Derrick Broze | For the second time in two years Texas Representative David Simpson introduced a measure to the House State Affairs Committee that would ban TSA employees from intentionally touching travelers' genital areas.

Gitmo Defense Lawyers Say Somebody Has Been Accessing Their Emails

Pro Publica | In response to the apparent breaches, the military’s chief defense counsel ordered defense lawyers to stop using email for privileged or confidential communications.

Margaret Thatcher and the Degradation of “Freedom” in Right-Wing Discourse

Kevin Carson | As a defender of “economic freedom” and every other kind of freedom, and as a promoter of “free enterprise” and “individual responsibility,” Margaret Thatcher was a complete and utter fraud. And the sycophancy of her cult-followers is nothing short of sickening.

Native Hawaiians Standing up Against Use of Land for GMO Experiments

Imani Altemus-Williams | The presence of Monsanto and the other chemical corporations is eerily reminiscent of the business interests that led to the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom.

New Book on EU Corruption Gets Author Investigated

The Daily Bell | Ashley Mote is a convicted felon, but also a prolific freedom-author, and he seems to have written an interesting book. The book is based on his experiences from 2004 to 2009 as an independent member of the European Parliament.

North Carolina Woman Arrested for Video Recording Cops From Front Yard Wins Settlement

Carlos Miller | Felicia Gibson wins a $25,000 settlement after she was arrested for video recording cops from her own front yard.

Dictators Always Miscalculate

The Daily Bell | 'I acted like a dictator to bring in the euro': Former German chancellor Helmut Kohl admits power-trip forced continent to accept single currency

Top Globalists Meet in Berlin to Plot Strategy

James P. Tucker Jr. | Interesting information emerges from Jim Tucker's source inside the Trilateral Commission meeting.

An Open Letter To TED’s Chris Anderson on Consciousness Censorship

Ken Jordan | Through its actions, TED appears to be drawing a line around the area of investigation that considers the possibility that consciousness extends beyond the brain, and marking it as forbidden territory.

Connecticut School Teaches Children That People Don’t Have Gun Rights

JG Vibes | Just recently a Connecticut school was busted attempting to rewrite history in regards to gun rights.

Hope Amid Death and Destruction in La Plata, Argentina

Alan Furth | One can only hope that by exercising direct, spontaneous cooperation in this way, the people will come a little bit closer to realizing the wider implication: If this sort of cooperation works so much better than the state even in the worst of circumstances, we might as well substitute the former for the latter in all other spheres of our lives, once and for all.

The Tunnel People That Live Under The Streets Of America

Michael Snyder | Did you know that there are thousands upon thousands of homeless people that are living underground beneath the streets of major U.S. cities?

Consistency: From Siddartha Gautama to Samuel Konkin III

Derrick Broze | The philosophy of consistency as it relates to both Buddhism and Agorism.

There is Nothing Positive About Willful Ignorance

JG VIbes | If you aren’t satisfied with the status quo, and you discuss these feelings with people on a regular basis, then there is no doubt that at one time or another you been told things like “stop being so negative,” or “can’t you just focus on the more positive things in life?”

British Man Wins Huge court Victory over BBC For 9/11 Coverup Broadcast

Bob Livingston | A British 9/11 truther is claiming victory following a court ruling that said he did not have to pay a fine over his refusal to pay his annual £130 TV license fee.

Bitcoin: Bubble or Boom?

John Light | Is the quick rise of Bitcoin the start of a bubble, or a boom?

Obama Plans $195 Million in Renovation and New Construction at Guantánamo

Matt Bewig | President Barack Obama's administration last week announced plans to spend $195 million on renovation and new construction at Guantanamo Bay.

Houston Neighborhood Opts for Private Security Firm Over Houston Police Department

Derrick Broze | In another real world example of the free market and competition, a southwestern Houston neighborhood has contracted with a private security firm for protection.

A Member of ‘Mayors Against Illegal Guns’ Arrested for Firing Handgun at Underage Male...

The Inquisitr | A member of the Michael Bloomberg-sponsored gun control organization “Mayors Against Illegal Guns” has been arrested and charged in connection with a handgun incident at his home.

Human Rights Groups Against Human Rights

Nathan Goodman | Recently, best-selling author Chris Hedges announced his resignation from PEN, a prominent international writers’ organization.

Activists Take Protest to the Heart of the ‘Drone Zone’

Jacob Chamberlain | CODEPINK takes resistance to drone industry CEO who 'literally makes a killing out of killing'

US Government To Decide How Much Is Enough For Your Retirement

Jeff Berwick | The central planners in the US and most Western governments have and will decide how much is "enough" for you to have and if you manage to still have significant assets after that, they'll continue to whittle them away via taxation and inflation.

More Than 101 Million Working Age Americans Do Not Have A Job

Michael Snyder | The jobs recovery is a complete and total myth. The percentage of the working age population in the United States that had a job in March 2013 was exactly the same as it was all the way back in March 2010.

Hold Wall Street Accountable! Occupy Our Homes Week of Action, May 18-25

OWS | Over the last few years, home owners and residents around the country have taken a stand against the banks and fought foreclosures and evictions.

The Growing Campaign to Revoke Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize

Norman Solomon | The Nobel Peace Prize that President Obama received 40 months ago has emerged as the most appalling Orwellian award of this century.

Colorado Sheriff Comes Out Against Obama’s Gun Legislation

Shepard Ambellas | A Colorado Sheriff recently went public, standing up for the American public as their rights are being trampled.