Saturday May 18, 2013
Today in 1917, the United States Congress ordains the Selective Draft Act, or Selective Service act of 1917 which demands individuals become soldiers to fight World War I.
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The film shows previously unseen archive footage to describe the life of a family who claim to have moved to a cabin in Ruby Ridge, Idaho to live peacefully, and escape what they saw as the tyrannical elite of international bankers bent on enslaving the world. Explaining how the Weaver family’s conspiracy theories became a shocking tragedy when the American Government killed two of the family members, their dog, and shot and wounded Kevin Harris, whom the Weaver family considered their son.... - [More]Posted: January 2, 2011 in Documentary
Sara shares the tragic story of the 10-day siege in 1992 when her family’s rural Idaho compound was surrounded by hundreds of Federal agents. When it was all over three would lose their lives: Sara’s mother Vicki, her 14 year-old brother Sam, and a U.S. Marshal.... - [More]Posted: September 17, 2010 in Documentary
Discovery Times tries to whitewash this tragic story by painting the Weavers as hardline neo-nazi racists. We all see through their propoganda. R.I.P. Sam and Vicky.... - [More]Posted: May 3, 2009 in Documentary
On Aug. 21, 1992, U.S. marshals perpetrated a sneak attack on the mountain cabin of the Randy Weaver family in northern Idaho. This documentary tells the true story.... - [More]Posted: February 20, 2009 in Documentary
AmericanFreePress.net | An American gun manufacturer has hired a professional killer to tout the merits of its weapons. What better spokesman could a company have than one who has shot and killed a young mother with her baby in her arms? ... - [More]Posted: February 17, 2009 in Articles