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Celebrities speak up about Jade Helm

The Jade Helm military training exercise has caused quite a media frenzy. From conspiracy theorists to the Governor of Texas, everyone is on high alert. Now celebrities have begun to speak up about the mysterious military operation.

Op-Ed: Guns you'll need to have when the S#!t hits the fan

When the stinky stuff hits the fan, you're going to want to make sure you have the right firearms to take care of any problem that may arise.

Op-Ed: 'Martial Law' is coming to a city near you

The plans are already in place for military occupation of U.S. soil and the use of troops to carry out domestic law enforcement and security practices.

Op-Ed: America's path to Revolution — Again

In a time when America's uncertainty has people looking to the future; it's important to remember many answers to today's problems await rediscovery in her past.

Ron Paul says government is preparing for civil unrest

The "Champion of Liberty" himself has admitted that the government is fully aware of the potential for civil unrest in the United States and is even preparing for it.

North Korea declares martial law

North Korea has declared a state of martial law; North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, has told the North Korean army to prepare for war.

Op-Ed: Martial law and no US election?

It is perhaps a marker for how deeply paranoid the United States has become over the thought of a second term for the current Administration. That thought has convinced some to think Martial Law will be instituted and no election will be held.

Op-Ed: Obama's Executive Order, business as usual?

Washington - Despite controversy over the March 16 Executive Order issued by the Obama administration, apologists are passing the word "Move along. Nothing to see here." But is "business as usual" really the case?

Myanmar democracy icon Suu Kyi holds talks with nation's leaders

For the first time since her release from years of detention, Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar's democracy campaigner, is holding talks with newly -formed Myanmar government represented by Aung Kyi, the country's Labor Minister.

Actress Michelle Yeoh blacklisted in Myanmar for her Suu Kyi role

Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh, who is playing a key role in a film about democracy icon Ang San Suu Kyi, was deported by Myanmar authorities on the same day she arrived in the country.

Dozens killed as Yemen declared national state of emergency

At least 45 people were reportedly killed while 270 others were injured in the latest violent confrontation between anti-government protesters and Yemen's pro government security forces.

Bahrain declares martial law in attempt to quell violent uprising

The King of Bahrain Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa has declared martial law Tuesday in an attempt to quell a potentially violent civilian uprising in the tiny Gulf state which is home to the US Fifth Fleet.

US Federal Judge rules PH martial law victims to get compensation

A US Federal Judge in Honolulu, Hawaii, has approved the distribution of $7.5 million to victims of martial law in the Philippines during the regime of the late Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos.

Democracy thriving in the Philippines says latest poll

After more than two decades of martial law under former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos who issued proclamation 1081 in 1972 placing the entire country under martial law, the Philippines has been transformed into a vibrant and thriving democracy.

Ontario Ombudsman: Province used 'dubious' powers for Toronto G20

Toronto - The Province of Ontario's Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services enacted police powers the province's watchdog called 'dubious' and 'likely illegal.'

US Congressman Stephen Solarz, friend of the Philippines, dies

The Philippines' dearest friend in US congress, Stephen J. Solarz died Monday from cancer of the esophagus . He was 70 years old at the time of his death.

Myanmar holding second election after 50 years of military rule

Myanmar (formerly Burma) is holding its second election in about 50 years of military rule. The country's first election under martial law was held twenty years ago but said election was invalidated by the military junta.

RP President Gloria Arroyo Lifts Martial Law in Maguindanao

Philippine President Gloria Arroyo is lifting martial law in Maguindanao, southern Philippines at 9 p.m Saturday saying the objectives for which the emergency rule was proclaimed has been achieved

Martial Law Timeline Could Lead to Human Rights Violations

International human rights group Amnesty International says prolonged period of effectiveness of martial law proclamation in Philippines could lead to human rights violations as the government fails to make a categorical time line of its effectiveness.

Philippine Lawyers Challenge Martial Law Declaration by Arroyo

A group of Philippine lawyers will question before the Philippine Supreme Court on Monday the legality of President Arroyo's declaration of martial law in Maguindanao, southern Philippines. The group said the proclamation is unconstitional

62 Arrested Under Martial Law in Maguindanao Southern Philippines

A few days after the declaration of martial law in Maguindanao, southern Philippines, a total of 62 persons were arrested and detained for questioning in connection with the Maguindanao Massacre that left 52 persons dead in an election-related incident.

House Expected To Support Martial Law Declaration

MANILA – Two days before Congress will hold a joint session to determine whether to cut short or extend the implementation of martial law in Maguindanao, Speaker Prospero Nograles has expressed optimism the congressmen will back the military takeover.

New Arms Cache Found in Maguindanao

MANILA – Relying of civilian tips, the military uncovered another cache of firearms in a lot in Limpongo Village, in Datu Hoffer Ampatuan town, Maguindanao Province.

New Arms Cache Found in Maguindanao

MANILA – Relying on civilian tips, the military uncovered another cache of firearms in a lot in Limpongo Village, in Datu Hoffer Ampatuan town, Maguindanao Province.

Philippine Gov’t Declares Martial Law in Maguindanao Special

MANILA – The Philippine government declared last night martial law in Maguindanao Province, site of the infamous massacre that led to the death of 57 innocent civilians, including 30 journalists, last Nov. 23.

Martial Law Declared in Maguindanao Southern Philippines

Philippine president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo has declared martial law in Maguindanao southern Philippines. The emergency rule shall paved the way for the immediate arrest of all participants in the infamous Maguindanao massacre that killed 57 people.

Op-Ed: Religion and sovereignty: Will it be a success in America

It is going door to door in the state of Texas, a publication claiming that Martial Law is coming soon and what must be done to combat the evil government. But will these extreme religious groups be successful in their fight?

Martial Law Sweeps Have Already Taken Place In Three States

In April an operation that was described by one sheriff's deputy as "martial law training" took place. It was given the title of "Operation Sudden Impact."

Op-Ed: Have You Drawn Your Line In The Sand?

The recent news that Washington D.C. is planning on putting checkpoints in various violent areas brings up questions of how close the United States is to becoming a nation under martial law. What is your personal breaking point?

Whistleblower says FBI Granting "Shoot to Kill" Rights to InfraGard

"The FBI has a new set of eyes and ears, and they're being told to protect their infrastructure at any cost. They can even kill without repercussion." This quote comes from a whistleblower that claims to have been at InfraGard/FBI meetings.
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