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Dear San Francisco: Please pay me not to shoot people. How do I apply?

Dissociated Press Emailed a few minutes ago: Dear San Francisco Human Rights Commission, According to Newsweek magazine, your “new program in San Fransisco (sic) will pay people at high risk of shooting someone not to pull the trigger to help alleviate rising gun violence in the city. The Dream Keeper Fellowship is set to launch in October and pay 10 individuals $300 each month to not be involved in shootings, Sheryl Davis executive director of the Human Rights Commission told Newsweek in an interview Tuesday.” I like that idea. But $300 a month, no matter how many people you don’t…


Peter Phillips of Project Censored; Ruby al-Sous of AMPAC live from Charlotte

Wed. 9/5/12, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) First hour: Ruby al-Sous, Democratic delegate from Missouri and member of the 9/11 truth supporting political action committee AMPAC, reports live from the Democratic National Convention n Charlotte, North Carolina! 2nd hour: Professor Peter Phillips of Sonoma State University is one of the true free-speech heroes of our time. From 1996 to 2009 Peter was director of Project Censored (currently directed by Mickey Huff) which identifies the top censored news stories each year. And though Peter and Project Censored are major players in the world of the phoundation-phunded pseudo-alternative “left,”…