Entries by Joe Miller

FPN reports AIDS at Epidemic Proportions Among Homosexual Men

By Alex Mason.  A new study released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) indicates that almost 20% of homosexual men have the AIDS virus. An even more shocking aspect of the new study shows that nearly half of those men are unaware of their infected status. While the new findings correspond to older research […]

Sealaska Board member guilty of illegal corporate donations

By YourAlaskaLink.com (ANCHORAGE, AK) – State Representative Bill Thomas will pay for campaign violations made last October during election season. Republican from Haines, Thomas has agreed to pay $4,060 in penalties and take a mandatory candidate training class for him and his wife. The Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) investigated a complaint from a well-known […]

Chris Christie’s Out…Who’s In?

By Michael Fell.  Ann Coulter may be disappointed, but New Jersey gets to keep its governor.  Meanwhile, Republicans still must pick their Presidential candidate.  Despite what the “progressive” Party Pravda (aka the mainstream media) tells you, there are more than two options. Rick Perry’s been a fairly successful governor in a State that’s created a lot of jobs during today’s depression.  Because of a business friendly […]

Director of Alaska Native Corporation charged with bribery in “one of most brazen federal contracting scandals in nation’s history”

By Del Wilber (Washington Post): Four people were arrested Tuesday in a complex contracting scam involving the Army Corps of Engineers, authorities said. Charged in the District’s federal court with conspiracy, bribery and unlawful kickback were two Army Corps contracting officers, Kerry F. Khan of Alexandria, and Michael A. Alexander of Woodbridge. Facing the same […]

Supreme Court says “No” to Mexican Roe v. Wade, State Personhood Amendment Upheld

By Keith Ashley.  The Supreme Court of Mexico ruled on Wednesday to uphold the state constitutional personhood amendment of Baja California. A similar decision in the San Luis Potosi case is expected. The Court’s most recent appointee, Justice Jorge Mario Pardo Rebolledo, sided with three members of the Court to reject an Action for Unconstitutionality […]

Diebold voting machines can be hacked by remote control – for $10

A laboratory test shows how Diebold machines can be easily manipulated.  And Alaska’s Diebold machines, banned in California, can be manipulated in a similar way.  Read about that HERE.  Why did Alaska’s Lt. Governor certify a hand count of Murkowski’s ballots but certified a Diebold machine count of Miller’s ballots?  And why did the Lt. […]