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If I Wanted America to Fail – Hayden’s Note

Posted on Apr 28, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Economic News, Federal Reserve & Bankers, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

“The environmental agenda has been infected by extremism—it’s become an economic suicide pact.”

While I enjoyed this video, I was wholly saddened by the fact that it, too, has a strong agenda and seems to have large pocketbooks behind it.  I noticed they didn’t mention US foreign policy ONCE, nor did they mention the damage that the Federal Reserve has done.  All in all, it’s a short video and worth watching, but as I always say, “Question Everything.”

Everyone has an agenda, and it is often times hard to see past the dazzling camera effects, feigned sincerity, and keyword emphasis, but keep your mind sharp and you’ll see through it every time.


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Reader Emails: The Declaration of Independence Redux

Posted on Apr 24, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

I received this in an email from a reader, who asks, “What would Mr. Thomas Jefferson write today?”  

I found his response to be quite valid and cogent, and certainly worth a read.

A New Declaration of Independence

When frustration and discontent make it necessary for people to change their government and exercise their rightful power to determine the government they want, respect for other people’s opinions requires that they explain why they are dissatisfied with their government.

We believe these truths are self-evident. We believe that all men are created equal. We believe they have natural rights, and that their inherent rights cannot be taken from them. Whether people believe in a Creator or not, we believe that these rights include Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. Men create governments and consent to give them certain powers in order to protect and secure these rights for themselves. Whenever any government jeopardizes this goal, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government founded on those principles and to give it the powers they think will best protect and serve their Safety and Happiness....

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OKC Bombing Memorial: Tribute or Homeland Security Indoctrination?

Posted on Apr 19, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

17th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing

Taking a cue from the Transportation Security Administration, Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Police were out in force, “protecting us,” at the 17th anniversary of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

I met up with the film crew of A Noble Lie and we handed out 500 copies of their new documentary while engaging in numerous conversations with passerby’s.  It would seem as though Oklahomans are finally starting to question the official story of the 1995 bombing, with a common theme of, “McVeigh was not alone…”

I’ll admit, I was surprised amused at the level of Federal law enforcement surrounding the event.  DHS had five members of a tactical unit patrolling the area in their black ninja outfits, along with casually dressed DEA agents, local police and sheriff’s deputies, private security, and several black suits running around like Secret Service agents on Colombian cocaine.

And if that weren’t enough to make you feel safe, Homeland Security was kind enough to park a large, mobile command center on the west side of the Memorial… just in case the unthinkable were to happen....

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Who Killed Officer Terrance Yeakey & What Did He Know?

Posted on Apr 17, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

by Pat Shannan
Edited for size and commentary – Originally posted Apr 16, 2010

Terry Yeakey was a giant of a man with a heart as big as the rest of him. I wish I had known him. He was a crusader for truth. Whenever his name is mentioned, I think of the news photo of him sprinting down NW 5th Street toward the Murrah Building on another of the many rescue missions he performed that ugly day. In his gray uniform, he tends to remind us of a NFL linebacker about to put the sack on an unfortunate quarterback, but this is quickly overridden by the grave concern on the face of a policeman in a panic to save lives.

Hayden’s Note:

Along with a doctor and several other citizens, Terry began pulling survivors out of the rubble. What he saw either during the explosion or at the scene started him on a path that ultimately led to his death.  Many of his statements over the next year would hint that he had discovered something at the scene that was in direct conflict with the official story.


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Is The Hunger Games Trilogy a Libertarian Manifesto?

Posted on Apr 12, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Movies, TV, & Video Games

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Liberty Questions and Answers

I’m about two hours away from finishing Mocking Jay, the last book of The Hunger Games trilogy. I wasn’t planning on reading the books, but once I got wind that there were some libertarian themes contained therein I figured…welllll, ok. So, do the books make up some sort of libertarian manifesto? One might think so based on thisthisthisthis, and this.

My take? I was pleasantly surprised. I kept waiting for the typical progressive themes of “Yeah, these big-government types over here are bad, but these big-government types over here are good.” Instead, you get the pleasing “These big-government types over here are bad, and these others that you thought would be good? Well, maybe they aren’t any good either.” There does seem to be a pervading message that if all these power-hungry leaders would just leave people alone, they could take care of themselves and be just fine, and “just fine” would be worlds better than where they’re at. If you’re already of a mind to loathe the State, these books will give you all the satisfaction you’re looking for, and it’s that much more satisfying to know how many other people are reading them....

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Hayden’s Headlines – Gardening, SOPA Super-PAC, X-Rays, and the IRS

Posted on Apr 10, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Global & National News
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Peak Civilization: MIT & Club of Rome Predict Global Economic Collapse and Precipitous Population Decline

Posted on Apr 05, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

Kevin Hayden –

Source: SHTF Plan by Mac Slavo

See also: The Georgia Guidestones, global elite, and population levels

Researchers at one of the world’s leading think tanks have developed a computing model that predicts serious implications for our way of life as a result of our incessant need to consume resources like oil, food, and fresh water. According to a team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the breaking point will come no later than 2030, and when it does, we can expect a paradigm shift unlike any we have seen before in human history – one that will not only collapse the economies of the world, but will cause food and energy production to decrease so significantly that it will lead to the deaths of  hundreds of millions of people in the process.


The recent study, completed on behalf of The Club of Rome, an organization which issued it’s own findings on ‘peak everything’ back in the 1970′s in a controversial environmental report dubbed The Limits to Growth (video), takes into account the relations between various global developments and produces computer simulations for alternative scenarios....

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Former Black Panther Rep. Bobby Rush Kicked Off House Floor For Wearing Hoodie

Posted on Mar 29, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Global & National News, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Sources: C-SPAN

Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL) was asked to leave the House floor for wearing a hoodie in protest of the Trayvon Martin shooting.

Presiding Officer Gregg Harper (R-MS) interrupted Rush’s protest and asked the Sergeant at Arms to enforce the prohibition on hats in the House chamber.

Hayden’s Note:

Where do I begin?  Former Black Panther-turned-CONgressman defies House rules, makes a mockery of the legislature, and wastes taxpayers’ time talking about events that have zero concern for the House floor. The Trayvon Martin case is a local matter, nothing more.  How many Hispanic/Black crimes happen every day? How many Black/Black, Black/White, White/Black, and Purple/Polka Dotted crimes happen each minute?  A Congressman from Illinois should have nothing to say about what happens in Florida, especially when few facts are known. This entire ordeal has simply distracted the masses from real events… nothing more.


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Iran Wants War – Just Look How Close…

Posted on Mar 19, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Police, Military, & War, Social Networking

Kevin Hayden –

Iran wants war… look how close they put their country to our military bases.

…I hope you note the sarcasm here.  Several of my Facebook fans apparently couldn’t.  And as I told them, “If you support war between nations, do us both a favor: unfriend me.”...

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Our National Debt: What 15 Trillion Dollars Look Like

Posted on Mar 13, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

Kevin Hayden –

Here is what 15 Trillion dollars look like.  The blocks of money are stacks of $100 bills worth $10,000 each.  Welcome to the 2011 United States Federal Debt.

2012 is already slated at $16.4 Trillion.


Possible photo credit @ Divine Cosmos...

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Free Kindle Book: Enemies Foreign And Domestic (The Enemies Trilogy)

Posted on Mar 06, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Movies, TV, & Video Games

Kevin Hayden –

It’s not every day that you can find a half-way decent book for free. Today is that day. Enemies Foreign and Domestic is an interesting little piece of fiction.

I won’t lie – I’ve read better books, but it does keep you hooked and has a decent storyline if you are into conspiracy or preparedness fiction.  Get it while it is still a FREE Amazon Kindle download.

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BULLETS RAIN DOWN UPON A PACKED FOOTBALL STADIUM, killing dozens, and triggering a panic stampede which leads to a thousand more deaths. A police marksman kills the sniper, a mentally unbalanced Desert Storm veteran holding a smoking assault rifle. It’s an open and shut case, or so America is led to believe…

In the aftermath of the stadium massacre, an outraged public demands an end to the threat posed by assault rifles, and Congress passes emergency legislation banning their private possession....

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USA Number 1? 40 Embarrassing Things That America is The Best At

Posted on Mar 05, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Michael Snyder

Is the USA still #1?  Well, there are many things that America is still the best in the world at, but unfortunately a lot of those categories are nothing to be proud of.  Once upon a time the United States was the greatest nation on earth, but now we are a nation that is in a horrific state of decline.  Just consider a few of the embarrassing things that America leads the world in: obesity, crime, divorce, teen pregnancy, child abuse deaths and government debt.  The statistics that you are about to read below are incredibly disturbing.

It is time to realize that we will never be able to start fixing our problems until we take a really good look in the mirror and realize just how far we have fallen.  America is not the country that it once was.  America is a complete and total mess and just “tweaking” a few things here and there is not going to return this nation to its former glory.  We have forgotten the things that once made us great, and if we do not return to them we will continue to fall apart as a nation....

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Portions of 9/11 Victims’ Remains Taken to Landfill

Posted on Feb 29, 2012 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –


Of course, any evidence related to one of the greatest crimes in history would be incinerated and disposed of in a landfill.

This is my favorite part:

The report said that the Sept. 11 remains in question “could not be tested or identified,” apparently because they were too small or charred to allow for DNA analysis.

Too small, were they?

This is from the U.S. Government’s DNA Initiative website:

Numerous cases have been solved by DNA analysis of saliva on cigarette butts, postage stamps, and the area around the mouth opening on ski masks. DNA analysis of a single hair (without the root) found deep in the victim’s throat provided a critical piece of evidence used in a capital murder conviction.

Via Washington Post:

Some human remains recovered from the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pa., were incinerated and dumped in a landfill, the Defense Department said Tuesday in the latest revelation about mishandled body parts at the Dover Air Force Base mortuary.

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Tactical Coffee: OpMod’s Battle Mug

Posted on Feb 24, 2012 in - Geeks, Gadgets, & Gizmos, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts

Kevin Hayden –


This is the $250 OPMOD Battle Mug, a 24-ounce coffee (or beer!) mug milled out of a 13.5 lb. block of solid aluminum.  The tacti-cool mug comes equipped with a removable A2 carry handle and three mil-spec rails so you can attach all sorts of scopes, lights, and sweet mall-ninja add-ons.

Who would have ever thought you could mount a bipod, 3 lasers, 2 flashlights, nightvision, an Eotech sight, foregrip, can opener, and an angled scope to a coffee mug!?  And more importantly, WHY?!

Continue reading for more pictures, a video demo of an insanely decked out OpMod Battle Mug, and a link to the product page. ...

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Kevin Hayden Co-Hosts The Corbett Report: A Noble Lie, Law & Disorder, and New Orleans

Posted on Feb 22, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Corbett Report

James Lane and Holland Van den Nieuwenhof of the documentary film, “A Noble Lie,” and Kevin Hayden of, fill in as guest hosts of The Corbett Report.  They discuss details of the Oklahoma City bombing and some of the players involved in the operation.  Other topics include a behind-the-scenes look at the disgraceful response to Hurricane Katrina, gun confiscation, Federalization of local and state law enforcement, and officer-involved murders.

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