Man shoots drone peeping tom…but HE is arrested; Fourth Amendment

A drone was flying over this man’s property, so he shot it down.

And he was the one arrested!

He sounds like a reasonable person to me.  He didn’t shoot it down when it was farther away…but after it crossed his property lines, he felt within his rights to shoot it down.

Merideth told WRDB: “Well, I came out and it was down by the neighbor’s house, about 10 feet off the ground, looking under their canopy that they’ve got under their back yard. I went and got my shotgun and I said, ‘I’m not going to do anything unless it’s directly over my property.’


Notice how the writer characterizes his method as “draconian”.  Since when is protecting one’s family draconian?  It wasn’t like he shot a person.

And homeowners do own the airspace above them…so yeah, he was well within his rights to defend his family and his property against privacy violation.  This is another reason to fight for the 2nd Amendment:  the right to bear arms.

In other regards to the Fourth Amendment–

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Yesterday, I saw a clip on a nooz show where an officer was being interviewed about what a persons’ rights are when they are pulled over by police.  This was in reference to the shooting of another unarmed black man, Samuel Dubose .

He was stating that you HAD to get out of your car and you HAD to give them your license and registration.

Okay, I’m not a lawyer, but I have a paralegal certificate.  We were taught in class that our clients did not have to give out any information when they were pulled over.  The attorney teaching the class said that all one had to do was ask if they were under arrest, and if the police put them under arrest,  they would have to produce identification.

What the officer on the TV said is a violation of illegal search and seizure.  If you have done nothing wrong, the attorney said that you do not have to give them your ID.  This is what leads up to a police state.  Some say we’re already in a police state.

I know how I felt with the incident in Fort Wayne when a fire fighter called the police because I refused to give him my birth date or social security number!  Three FW police cars showed up and they insisted that I give up the personal information.  I refused, saying I had done nothing wrong.  They stood there, arguing with me for an hour.  It was intimidating and I was in tears over the violation of my rights under the Fourth Amendment.  One of the police officers seemed to be satisfied when I finally broke down in tears.

And for what?  Did I start a fire? No.  Did I block a hallway so that people could not escape in case of fire?  No.

I was an innocent bystander.  I was the building’s fire captain and I answered the call when the alarm went off.  We had really sensitive smoke detectors that went off A LOT.

So…on this particular day, it went off three freaking times.  Each time, I inspected the apartment and called off the fire dept., which was what I was supposed to do.

The last time, however, they showed up for some reason.  I was already back in my apartment when this fire fighter showed up, demanding to see me.  One of the residents came and got me.

This guy immediately lit into me asking why so many alarms were going off that day and how he was going to shut the building down.  I had no idea why this guy was going off on me and then he demanded my social security number. I refused.  Then he demanded my birth date.  I refused that, also.  He went off on me again, and frankly, I thought he was a little unhinged, so I started to walk back to my apartment.  He told me to stop or he would call the police.  I kept walking, and he in fact called the FW police.  I was stunned.  I had nothing to do with the alarms going off and I had no obligation to give this irate man my personal information.

Thankfully, one of the housing employees was there and witnessed most of what occurred, because this guy began lying through his mossy green teeth to justify going off on me.

And he also gone off on another resident of the building just the week before.

One of the fire fighters, which were a good group of guys, quietly thanked me for standing up to this loose cannon.

The fire dept. did apologize the next day.  They also said this guy did not have the authority to shut the building down.

But they asserted that they had every right to demand my personal information, in direct violation of the Fourth Amendment.  They already knew where I lived, and they had my name.  That was all that I should have had to give them.

I had not committed a crime, and yet I was treated like a criminal and intimidated to the point of tears.  All that time I was insisting that I was just doing my job.  Didn’t matter.

Germany wants to charge journalists with treason

And here we go:

This is exactly what Hitler did.  As Naomi Wolf has asserted, Hitler had the laws changed so that everything he did was within the law.  It messes with people’s minds when horrible things are done….legally.  Good people want to follow the law, so they go along with this sh*t thinking they are doing it for the “common good” when they are doing it for a bunch of evil, power hungry psychopaths….

Gulf War Syndrome and its relation to today’s forced vaccination push

Okay, this is not a happy post, and it’s pretty hurtful to the soul.  However, I really think that what George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Dick Cheney have done during their reign of terror (now there’s mindplay for ya) is horribly impacting us today.  And they’re just the players that we know of — those pulling the strings behind the scenes are even more dark, if that is possible.

And these links and posts are confirming the use of vaccines as a way to destroy immune systems…and ultimately, destroy men, women, and children.

First, I’ll start with the quacks calling “Gulf War Syndrome” a disease concocted by quacks.

A guy calling himself “Dr.” Stephen Barrett, who runs the website “quackwatch” is himself an unlicensed psychiatrist. Imagine that!  I am familiar with this creep because he has also done the dental and mercury industry’s bidding by calling mercury poisoning through dental amalgams “quackery”.  Now we see him calling the vets with very real disease manifestations as making things up.

Another website for veterans here, validates the Gulf War Syndrome, but at the time this was published, they did not know that HIV inserted in mycoplasmas was the cause, as Dr. Garth Nicolson explains:

And I want to make an emphatic point here…just because you may not zero in on the actual cause, does not mean you have no case.  You may know instinctively that something is terribly wrong, but not know the root cause.  This is where I say believe your instincts!

You have to be open minded that your initial thoughts or guesses as to what happened are not the truth, but trust your gut that something is wrong…and continue to seek out information to confirm your view or change your view according to the information.

You also need to examine your emotional state — is what you’re hearing creating heightened fear?  If so, why?  Is what you’re hearing tugging on your emotions, such as tender feelings or making you really angry?  If so, why?  If something mainstream media (or any person)  shows you creates intense emotions, you always need to take a step back and examine them.  Give yourself some time to let the emotions die down a bit and then see why they are heightened.  This is a main component of manipulation. That is why you need to examine them.

{A side note here:  MSNBC has announced they are getting rid of two of their best — Alex Wagner and Ed Schultz.  I had my issues with Ed because of the slam of the entire state of Indiana because of our idiot governor and the neocons making a law that we all did not necessarily agree with.  The guy they interviewed on the Ed Show portrayed us all as lazy good-for-nothings that wanted free stuff.  Obama even got in on it and made us a point of ridicule at the Press dinner.  Otherwise, I liked Ed a lot.  We both were actively fighting Keystone.  Which, by the way, Canada’s Stephen Harper announced the other day that Keystone WILL BE BUILT.  If not by this president, by the next administration.  He lied and said the majority of the American public was for it.  He also repeated the lie that we need it built to get off our dependence of foreign oil, but it is not for America.  It is going to China. We would endure the very real danger of an oil spill into precious aquifers. Anyhoo, I used to watch Alex Wagner until they changed her time slot, and then I fell out of sync.  But then MSNBC announced that Chuck Todd will be given a prime slot.  Chuck Todd was on the nightly nooz the other night repeating the corporate media’s mantra that Ralph Nader was the 2000 spoiler, and Al Gore would have won the presidency if it weren’t for Ralph, because those votes would have gone to Gore.  This is a false fairy tale and it shows how Chuck Todd is not a journalist, but a talking head who will act as puppet to the corporate media. Don’t believe anything this guy says.  And by the way, if they are mentioning Ralph Nader, he must be gaining some support to run for president again…they must be worried.  heh.)

Okay, sorry for the digression…

Next we have Bill Clinton also giving experimental drugs/vaccines to soldiers and giving the Pharma Gestapo free reign.


Pyridostigmine bromide tablets were given to Desert Storm troops as pre-treatment for possible exposure to the nerve agent soman that Iraqi troops had in their arsenal, Turner said.


You know why the Iraqis had the nerve agent?  Because we gave it to Saddam Hussein when we liked him and he was doing what he was told.  If there were anything that highlighted “what goes around comes around”, this would be it.


“As I understand it, the intent is to tighten the restrictions against the government using experimental drugs,” [U.S. Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham, R-Escondido] said. “That could be good. … I want our troops going into combat being protected against chemical or germ or nuclear agents.”


Okay, the words “tighten restrictions” doesn’t make any sense when he asserts that he wants the troops to be protected against chemical or germ or nuclear agents by giving them experimental drugs.  They supposedly were giving them less regulations in regards to experimental drugs, so this sentence is incoherent.


VonKleist said veterans who believe their maladies have been caused by unlicensed tablets and vaccine have the burden of proof in proving the link from being exposed to chemical agents in Iraq or Kuwait, to having an illness from service there. The veterans’ task of proving their beliefs is difficult, vonKleist said, because the Department of Defense did a poor job of maintaining medical records for the administration of unlicensed drugs while refusing to give veterans their medical records.


Refusing to give medical records seems to be the real reason that they enacted HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)…but at the same time they want your medical records to be electronically available to anyone who wants to see them anywhere in the country.  This will be by authorized personnel, you see…NSA, DHS, FBI, CIA…you, however, will not be able to see your own medical records.  I’m not joking about this — I had to sign a form in Fort Wayne when I wanted medical treatment that DHS would have access to my medical records.  I kid you not.  But people who have asked for their medical records…THEIR MEDICAL RECORDS….have been given a hard time with stiff resistance to turning them over.

And this page explores the Anthrax vaccine.  A really good piece and now we can see how he was spot on with his assertions…

I cannot believe that Bill and Hillary Clinton got away with calling themselves progressives for so long…

Pushing a False Dichotomy on Vaccines


At the end of her commentary on U.S. Congressman Bill Posey’s July 29, 2015 statement on the floor of the House of Representatives regarding whistleblower Dr. William Thompson’s allegations of fraud against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) involving a CDC study on the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine and possible links to autism, investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson writes:

One final note: Rep. Posey unequivocally states that he is pro-vaccine. However, the propaganda campaign typically falsely portrays anyone who addresses vaccine safety issues as “anti-vaccine.”1

It’s an interesting point, and one which goes to the heart of the debate on vaccines and vaccination policy in the United States. Think about it. If a person expresses any doubt whatsoever about the safety and efficacy of vaccines, any vaccine, he or she automatically runs the risk of being pigeonholed as an “anti-vaxxer.” It’s a not unlike what occurs when…

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MH370 debris likely found

So, they’ve found what they believe is debris from the ill-fated flight MH370…

I was watching MSNBC and they had the guy that was a former pilot (sorry, forget his name at the moment), who has commented on this and other plane crashes.  He was asserting that if this was MH370, it is at the bottom of the ocean and there are no survivors.

So…I’m going to go out on a limb here…

I had a dream within the first couple of weeks after the crash.  In this dream, I saw the airliner at the bottom of the ocean with everyone strapped in their seats still….with the exception of three bodies that I saw float upwards…

I know it’s just a dream…but i would hope that since they found airplane debris on the island, that maybe, just maybe, there might be three survivors…and I would hope that they would at least search the island for the possibility.  Even if there were no survivors, they might be able to locate the remains of the loved ones for the families that they left behind.

Rep. Posey finally drags himself to the podium on Dr. William Thompson and the CDC manipulating data

You know, when I opened this this morning, I was elated…but then my happiness soon died down when the weight of his initial words sunk in:


Youtube here.



AofA’s Adriana Gamondes took the time to prepare this unofficial transcript.

July 29th, 2015 House Morning Hour

Congressman Bill Posey (R-FL) at 1:02:29

Thank you Mr. Speaker. I arrive today on matters of research and scientific integrity. 

To begin with, I am absolutely, resolutely pro-vaccine. Advancements in immunization have saved countless lives and have greatly benefited public health.  That being said, it’s troubling to me that in a recent senate hearing on childhood vaccination, it was never mentioned that our government has paid out over three billion dollars through a vaccine injury compensation program for children who have been injured by vaccinations. Regardless of the subject matter, parents making decisions about their children’s health deserve to have the best information available to them. They should be able to count on federal agencies to tell them the truth.

For these reasons, I bring the following matter to the floor. In August, 2014,  Dr. William Thompson, a senior scientist at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention worked with a whistleblower attorney to provide my office with documents related to a 2004 CDC study that examined the possibility of a relationship between the mumps, measles and rubella vaccines and autism.  In a statement released in August, 2014, Dr. Thompson stated “I regret that my co-authors and I omitted statistically significant information in our 2004 article published in the Journal of Pediatrics.” End quote.

Mr. Speaker, I respectfully request the following excerpts from the statement written by Dr. Thompson be entered into record. Now quoting Dr. Thompson:

“My primary job duties while working in the Immunization Safety Branch from 2000 to ’06 were lead or co-lead three major vaccine safety studies—the MADDSP MMR Autism Cases Control study  was being carried out in response to the Wakefield Lancet study that suggested an association between the MMR vaccine and an autism-like health outcome. There were several major concerns among scientists and consumer advocates outside the CDC in the fall of 2000 regarding the execution of the Verstraeten study.

One of the important goals that was determined up front in the spring of ’01 before any of these studies started, was to have all three protocols vetted outside the CDC prior to the start of the analyses so that consumer advocates could not claim that we were presenting analyses that presented our own goals and biases. We hypothesized that if we found statistically significant effects at either 18 or 36 month thresholds, we would conclude that vaccinating children early with MMR could lead to autism-like characteristics or features.  We all met and finalized the study protocol and analysis plan. The goal was to not deviate from the analysis plan to avoid the debacle that occurred with the Verstraeten thimerosal study published in Pediatrics in ’03.  At the September 5th meeting, we discussed in detail how to code race for both the sample and the birth certificate sample.

At the bottom of Table 7 it also shows that for the non-birth certificate sample, the adjusted race effect statistical significance was huge. All the authors and I met and decided sometime between August and September ’02 not to report any race effects for the paper.  Sometime soon after the meeting, we decided to exclude reporting any race effects, the co-authors scheduled a meeting to destroy documents related to the study.  The remaining four co-authors all met and brought a big garbage can into the meeting room and reviewed and went through all the hard copy documents that we had thought we should discard and put them in a huge garbage can.  However, because I assumed it was illegal and would violate both FOIA and DOJ requests, I kept hard copies of all documents in my office and I retained all associated computer files. I believe we intentionally withheld controversial findings from the final draft of the Pediatrics paper. “

End of quote of the doctor.

Mr. Speaker, I believe it’s our duty to ensure that the documents that Dr. Thompson provided are not ignored. Therefore I will provide them to members of congress and the house committees upon request. Considering the nature of the whistleblower’s documents, as well as the involvement of the CDC, a hearing and a thorough investigation is warranted. So I ask Mr. Speaker, I beg, I implore my colleagues on the appropriations committees to please, please take such action. Thank you, Mr. Speaker, I yield back.

Another doctor speaks out against vaccination…and 21st Century Care Act gives Pharma no accountability

…and the doc has his license threatened.  Thankfully, the board saw no justification for taking his license away.

I’d like to know who the 38 chicken littles who demanded he lose his license are.  Were they paid to wage this nonsense?  Are they the brainwashed sheeple who never question authority?

Quoted in the article:

In Jan 2015, Elizabeth Cohen at CNN covered Wolfson in, Arizona measles exposure worries mom of at-risk kids.   The video interview showed that she has no understanding of the risks associated with vaccination.

Elizabeth Cohen to Dr. Wolfson: “Could you live with yourself if your child got another child sick, I mean really sick.  Had complications, even death?  Could you live with yourself if that happened?” 

(Of course what Cohen doesn’t understand is the fact that there are lots of parents who have to live with the fact that they took their child in for multi-doses of routine vaccinations and they were never the same again.  That possibility doesn’t exist for Cohen.

To her, parents who don’t vaccinate are wrong, selfish and putting everyone else’s child in danger.)


This should make you question anything CNN says.  They are bought and paid for by Big Pharma, along with the rest of mainstream media.  Again…do your own research.  Get opposing views from well-reasoned sources.  It’s your best defense against being brainwashed by the mainstream media.

Cohen tries the guilt tactic.  Very popular tool nowadays.  I wonder if she could live with herself if her child became horribly ill and even died from a vaccine?

Clicking on the newspaper’s link is this important quote:

Thirty-eight people filed formal complaints, and many more called the board to informally voice concern about Wolfson’s anti-vaccine evangelism. However, the board noted, no one has filed any complaints about the Scottsdale cardiologist’s “actual medical care.”


This is really disturbing in that he was being brought before the board…for expressing an opinion.  It was not against his medical care, but that they disagreed with what he was saying.

This combined with the previous post on Valentina Lisitsa…our freedom of speech is being seriously threatened.  We have a right to speak our opinions.

This from the comments section:

Unfortunately … as encouraging it was to read the Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examiners ruled 4 to 1 that Dr. Jack Wolfson can keep his license after “publicly denouncing vaccines” .. the industry cartel non-the-less succeeded in sending a loud and clear message warning other “doctors thinking of speaking the truth” will face the same unsettling consequences .. the very real possibility of losing their license to practice medicine.

Indeed . if this powerful vaccine cartel continues to grow and become ever more powerful politically .. our “right to free speech” will go down the drain alongside our “right to informed consent” .. as well as our “right to appeal a Vaccine Court decree in State or Federal Courts”

You can rest assured the cartel has taken note of the 4 members who voted in favor of Dr. Wolfson’s “right to free speech”. You can also rest assured the cartel will make every effort to replace these 4 individuals .. using whatever means they deem necessary.

Tyranny .. whether military or medical .. is tyranny none-the-less.

Campbell Brown Plans to Explain Common Core

Mercedes Schneider has an excellent post on Campbell Brown’s hypocrisy…and that of the politicians whose own children do not attend schools with Common Core. That should speak volumes on the true educational value of Common Core. The one-percenter version of do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do…


Campbell Brown is going to help America understand what Common Core really is.

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So she says as part of her July 28, 2015, interview with Jon Ward of Yahoo! Politics:

What we want to do with Common Core is explain it. Just put honesty and truth back into the debate….

I just published a book on the history, development, and promotion of Common Core, Common Core Dilemma: Who Owns Our Schools? (TC Press, June 2015), and I have news for Campbell Brown:

Common Core did not begin in “honesty and truth,” and you cannot “put back” what was not present to begin with.

If Common Core was officially completed in June 2010, why would there be confusion in 2015 over what Common Core actually is?

Simple: Common Core is yet another top-down reform; it started years before it made its 2010 public appearance, and much of the planning…

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