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The Race For Governor in Nevada: Ryan Bundy

Sep 7, 2018 | | Say something
Ryan Bundy Run For Governor of Nevada

Ryan Bundy who is the brother of Ammon Bundy and the son of Cliven Bundy has been running a campaign for governor this year, after recently being acquitted along with his family in both Oregon and Nevada on trumped up charged waged on them by government entities for refusing to pay extortion payments in the […more]

Conservative Women Leadership Top Four for 2018

Sep 4, 2018 | | Say something
Top Four Conservative Women 2018

These are my top four picks for women conservative leadership in 2018. With the mid-term elections drawing nearer for the 2018 election cycle, I wanted to point out some great conservative women who are willing to fight for American values, and liberty. My list contains for obvious reasons: Dana Loesch (of the NRA) I really […more]

The story of Hawaiian Sovereignty from a Haole who lives in Hawaii

Sep 4, 2018 | | Say something
Disruptarian Radio Debut

The story of Hawaiian Sovereignty from a Haole who lives in Hawaii Aloha! My name is Ryan Thompson. I live with my family of six on the Big Island in the Puna district, often known for its rural and agricultural features and activities. There is also small pockets of good surf, and always good food […more]

Charlottesville VA Unite the Right gathering aftermath

Aug 16, 2017 | | 2 comments
Unite the Right Charlottesville VA

The aftermath of the Charlottesville Virginia gathering was tragic as someone lost their life in what appears to be senseless violence.  I am not aware of all of the facts as of yet, so I will not assume anything.  However a man in a car, ran in to roughly 20 people that were protesting in […more]

The history of skinhead and my youth

May 4, 2017 | | Say something
Skins and Punks Everywhere Against Racism

A life that is so far from where I am now, took place starting at age 14, when I first caught on to the skinhead idea.   I remember in July and August of 1992, when the standoff with Randy Weaver happened on his property between his family on government agencies.  I remember watching in […more]

Free Speech vs. Communist protest in Berkeley April 15th

Apr 16, 2017 | | 2 comments
Antifa girl threatens to scalp protesters, gets rocked with a fist to the face

April 15th 2017 turned out to be quite a battle for America in Berkeley California.   It was basically two groups (and several independent and sub-groups).   There were the socialist/antifa/communists on the one side, and on the other side the proud-boys/pro-Trump/patriots.    When the pro-Trump people declared that they would be having a rally […more]

FBI posed as journalists to trick militia in Nevada cattle ranch standoff in 2014

Mar 24, 2017 | | Say something

For many years I have been reporting on the conflict of the FBI, CIA and other government intelligence agencies crossing the line of fair, moral and justified to down right nefarious tactics when employing their “Counter Intelligence Programs” and other investigative techniques on American citizens. I have recently reported on the massive conflict of intelligence […more]

Obamacare Lite, the GOP replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act

Mar 10, 2017 | | Say something
Paul Ryan's Obamacare Lite

It was bound to happen.  Cronyism has muddled up the main reasons that the people elected an majority GOP government.   Once again big insurance appears to be the benefactor of the new version of the Affordable Care Act.   Since Obama started talking about this, and through the many variations of this new style […more]

Why I dismiss many criticisms from partisan points of view

Mar 4, 2017 | | Say something
Partisan Politics

What bothers me most about the left attacking Trump for his policies?   If these are the same people who supported Obama, and cheered Obama before, during and after his time as Commander in Chief, and they never once criticized his anti-liberty policies, never once criticized his anti-immigration polices, and never criticized his wars and […more]

The European Union is falling apart, countries are bailing out

Feb 25, 2017 | | Say something
European Union Crisis

Since the EU was formed in 1973 there has been a lot of skeptical optimism of how the European Union would be beneficial to the countries that have signed up.   There are 28 member states currently in the EU, and there are at least 5 that are pushing to declare independence. Currently the countries […more]