Scientology leader David Miscavige ‘paid two private investors $12million to spy on rival for 24 YEARS’

Private eyes ‘also spied on future governor Mitch Daniels’ Investigators sue church over claims it broke contract to pay them for life

Two private investigators claim David Miscavige, the leader of the Church of Scientology, paid them $12million over the course of 24 years to spy on his former rival, along with other enemies. 

Indiana First State to Allow Citizens to ‘Shoot Law Enforcement Officers’

Noel Brinkerhoff All Gov June 11, 2012

Police officers in Indiana are upset over a new law allowing residents to use deadly force against public servants, including law enforcement officers, who unlawfully enter their homes. It was signed by Republican Governor Mitch Daniels in March.

The first of its kind in the United States, the law was

Eyewitnesses: Mitt Romney Attended Bilderberg 2012

Four separate hotel staff report seeing presidential candidate

Paul Joseph Watson Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Four separate eyewitnesses inside the Westfields Marriott hotel in Chantilly Virginia told London Guardian writer Charlie Skelton that Mitt Romney was in attendance at Bilderberg 2012, suggesting the Republican candidate could be the elite’s pick for the upcoming

One U.S. state has finally taken a stand against out-of-control police power

From Bloomberg:

Every time police Sergeant Joseph Hubbard stops a speeder or serves a search warrant, he says he worries suspects assume they can open fire — without breaking the law.

Hubbard, a 17-year veteran of the police department in Jeffersonville, Indiana, says his apprehension stems from a state law approved this year that allows

Protest groups converge to denounce secretive Bilderberg conference

Ryan Devereaux  London Guardian June 2, 2012

The gathering outside the Westfield Marriott hotel in Chantilly included Ron Paul supporters, Occupy veterans, members of the 9/11 truth movement and Oath Keepers, a Tea Party-affiliated group comprised of military and law enforcement officers.

Carrying signs with messages such as “Humanity is winning” and “Warning to secret

U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said President Barack Obama is “diminishing the presidency by picking fake fights” as he seeks re-election.

From Bloomberg:

U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said President Barack Obama is “diminishing the presidency by picking fake fights” as he seeks re-election.

Boehner, an Ohio Republican, cited as examples the president’s recent campaign to freezeinterest rates on student loans, to set a minimum tax on income more than $1 million, and to curb manipulation in the oil markets.

In Nothing We Trust: Americans are losing faith in the institutions that made this country great.

MUNCIE, Ind.—Johnny Whitmire shuts off his lawn mower and takes a long draw from a water bottle. He sloshes the liquid from cheek to cheek and squirts it between his work boots. He is sweating through his white T-shirt. His jeans are dirty. His middle-aged back hurts like hell. But the calf-high grass is cut,

Former RNC Chair: Idea of new entrant in February ‘just outright stupid’

AMPA, Fla. — Former Republican National Committee Chair Michael Steele said the idea that another GOP presidential contender could enter the race in February is “just outright stupid.”

“There are 13 states after Florida that still have deadlines that are open, that haven’t been reached yet and anyone can jump in — but that means you’re only

Marco Rubio ‘the Michael Jordan of Republican politics’

By Taylor West and Peter Bell National Journal

The Republican presidential nomination may still be up in the air, but political insiders in both parties are pretty sure they know who should be the second name on the GOP ticket. Two-thirds of the strategists surveyed in this week’s National Journal Political Insiders Poll named Florida

Daniels asks conservatives to cut Perry some slack

Republican presidential candidate Texas Gov. Rick Perry addresses the Republican Leadership Conference at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Mich., Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011. (Carlos Osorio / AP)

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels is asking fellow Republicans not to count out Rick Perry.

Daniels says it’s too early for what he calls “last rites” over


From Newsmax:

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is reconsidering his decision not to enter the 2012 presidential race — and he says he will let top Republican donors know within days about his plans, Newsmax has learned.

During the past few weeks, several leading Republican donors and fundraisers have been urging the popular Republican

John Stewart and Mitch Daniels

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States celebrate surpluses as Congress struggles with debt

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels

By Ben Wolfgang

The Washington Times

As Washington stares at rising national debt and projected deficits for years to come, many states are faced with the opposite problem: whether to spend their budget surpluses and, if so, on what.

At least a dozen states ended fiscal 2011 with surpluses. Indiana

Is America then headed for an inevitable default?

Patrick J. Buchanan

As President Bush prepared to invade Iraq in September 2002, the head of his economic policy council, Lawrence Lindsey publicly estimated such a war could cost $100 billion to $200 billion.

Lindsey had committed candor, and the stunned Bushites came down on him with both feet.

“Baloney,” said Donald Rumsfeld. The likely


Here we go again, Rudy Giuliani edition.

A new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation national poll shows the former New York City mayor atop the slow-forming Republican primary field.

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The survey shows Giuliani getting 16 percent of independents and Republicans, with nominal frontrunner Mitt Romney a point behind at 15 percent.

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