Midwest National Security Conference on Sat May 6

“The Enemies Within”
American Serb Hall, Milwaukee, WI
7:30 am – 6:00 pm

Threats to Our Freedom, Right Here at Home

Our liberty and freedom are under attack. Threats continue to come from overseas, but we are increasingly seeing dangers coming from within our own borders. Socialists, communists, anarchists sharia law, and the shadow of home grown Islamic jihad all aim to harm us in our own backyards.

The Midwest Security Conference will feature discussion on the current state of national security, what we should be watching, how to communicate this threat to others, and how we can demand action from public officials at all levels of government.

The event is designed to inform and create action.

Vicki McKenna, Conference Emcee. Trevor Loudon, Frank Gaffney, Clare Lopez, Philip Haney, James Simpson, Jeff Nyquist.

Admission: $30.00, includes lunch
https://www.midwestsecurity.org/
PLEASE Note that you must sign-up on the website to attend this conference.
Cutoff date for sign-up is 5/1/17.

The most shocking revelation from the CIA spying scandal

It happened again– another spying scandal in the Land of the Free.

Yesterday Wikileaks released 8,761 CIA documents detailing the agency’s hacking of smart phones, routers, computers, and even televisions.

These files reveal that the CIA can and has hacked devices that were supposedly secure– iPhones, iPads, and Android devices.

–SNIP– But that’s precisely what I find MOST concerning– the LACK of concern over these new CIA documents.

People have such a low expectation of their government now, and have become so accustomed to the government routinely violating their civil liberties, that there’s hardly any public outrage anymore about these spying scandals.

More importantly, the lack of concern is indicative of what freedom means in the Land of the Free today.

Read more by Simon Black at sovereignman.com

Hillary Clinton’s Secrets Contract Should Damn Her Candidacy

Corruption: Hillary Clinton signed an agreement under which she would suffer criminal penalties for allowing government secrets to become public. Shouldn’t she be too busy staying out of prison to be running for president?

–SNIP– Simply receiving at least two emails containing top secret material on the nonsecure private server she set up for herself, as we know she did, and for which the Justice Department is investigating her, is an obvious violation of that contract she signed with the federal government (and, considering the national security implications, with the American people themselves).

If it weren’t for the steep slant of the dominant media, the revelation of Clinton’s nondisclosure agreement would signal a perfect storm forming to doom her presidential candidacy.

Read more at Investors.com