Al Qaeda Terrorists Who Murdered US Soldier Were Given U.S. Citizenship By Obama Even After We Caught Them
EXCLUSIVE: Obama Kept Family of Murdered Soldier in Dark That Muslim Murderers Were in US, Got Citizenship
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The family of murdered Pennsylvania National Guard officer Gennaro “Jerry” Pellegrini, Jr. is outraged that the Obama Administration and its Justice Department kept them in the dark about the fact that their son/brother’s Iraqi Muslim killer was not only given U.S. citizenship but that they were not notified when the government indicted him. Dana Shearon, Army Spc. Pellegrini’s sister, contacted and spoke exclusively with DebbieSchlussel.com, as Mrs. Shearon’s husband is a regular reader of this site.
Gennaro Pellegrini at Home and In Iraq . . .
Submitted by Tyler Durden
“Eventually, the whole world is going to collapse,” Jim Rogers chides a disquieted CBC anchor as he explains the reality that, “we in the West have staggering debts. The United States is the largest debtor nation in the history of the world,” adding that “this is going to end badly.”
However, the co-founder of Soros’ Quantum fund is convinced that the commodity super-cycle is far from over, but driven by supply constraints (and cost increases) as opposed to demand from higher growth. The following interview provides more color on his commodity view as he re-iterates his bullish stance on Ag (with sugar a focus) and Natural Gas (some harsh natural realities coming), warning “don’t get too excited about fracking,” when he talks energy products.
Rogers, in his inimitable way, sums up the state iof euphoria that many markets find themselves in thus, “we are all floating around on a sea of artificial liquidity right now. This is not going to last.” Read more »
“We were sick of corporate farming, GMOs and pesticides”
December 4, 2013
A Northwood, Iowa man charged with violating a city ordinance that bans raising chickens within city limits is set to face trial late next week.
Leo Hendrick, war veteran, father and owner ofSpartan Arms, moved his family to Northwood five years ago in hopes to live a more healthy and self-sufficient life. Through hunting, gardening and raising small animals like chickens and rabbits, Hendrick has become almost completely food independent.
“We were sick of corporate farming, GMOs and pesticides,” Hendrick told Storyleak. “The price of groceries just keeps going up too so this is really the only way me and my family can survive.” Read more »