America, You Have the Power to Shape Your Future, Here’s How You Can Do It (Videos)

 

(N.Morgan) There are forces in our country who are set on controlling the citizenry with tyrannical censorship, which is quickly becoming the rule of the day, and our right to free speech is dying.

Removal of historical statues from public spaces and museums attempts to erase our past, while a wide range of public speakers are being bullied right off of the college campuses where they were invited to speak, effectively denying the speaker their 1st Amendment right of Free Speech.

It’s time to take back control of the media, it’s the new dawn of “people powered” news and Before Its News is just the platform to do that.

Local governments, organizations and businesses often support financial and procedural abuses, those small everyday forms of corruption which add up over time and hurt both the communities and the citizens.

Big corporations are often hiding actions which the world learns about only when someone in the know stands up and speaks out.

Before Its News is home to Citizen Journalists, we would like to invite more like minded people to share the important news that is developing in your neighborhood.

Before Its News is the only website where you have a chance to present topics that are important to you.

We offer you the last realm of truly free press, with the ability to reach a global audience and share your story with thousands of unique visitors daily.

It’s time for Americans to stand up and fight for their right to free speech. This is your chance to participate in the growing movement of Citizen Journalism.

Before It’s News needs your support as a Citizen Journalist to help expose these everyday crimes.

Having an account allows both the story contributor and the viewer via comments to express their beliefs and their positions on events happening in the world or just in their own backyard, all within an atmosphere without censorship or limits.

We are a free website, where everyone is welcome to open an account, post a story and get that topic in front of a huge audience. Before It’s News does not censor anything on the site, except for stories which violate our Terms of Service, content from known hoax or satire sites which presents false information and if viewers complain about the story content.

Before It’s News receives two to three thousand stories each day, a mix of topics which are happening that day or that week, along with breaking news, commentary, personal tales and so much more.

The stories which make it to the Front Page do so based on both viewer popularity and the editors constant scanning of all these incoming stories to find the best news for the Editor’s Picks and Top 50 Articles list.

Calling all citizen journalists, here is your opportunity to become a part of the growing independent media landscape. Whether an event is happening in your backyard or halfway around the world, if you see it and you have something to say about it, then Before It’s News is a platform where you can speak out about it.

A normal day or night can turn into a larger event in a matter of moments, and if you are there as it unfolds, what a chance to capture live coverage as each second ticks by, and be the first to report what is happening.

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FEMA Shaking Down The Elderly, The Battle For The Internet & Poisonous Pig Feed

 

 

(N.Morgan) The news this week has already been filled with many unpleasant and shocking things from our govt and FEMA. In the video below, the discussion revolves around this weeks events of FEMA going after the elderly, demanding to be paid back for disaster relief they paid out. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has begun demanding that the poor, disabled and elderly Hurricane Sandy victims living at Belle Harbor Manor in Rockaway Park, NY, “pay back thousands of dollars in disaster aid,” reports the Associated Press. One of those residents happen to be 61-year-old Robert Rosenberg, who has until November 15 to return $2,486 in aid that he received: “We’re on a fixed income. I don’t have that kind of money!” said Rosenberg, who suffers from a spinal disability and other chronic health problems.

He said he spent the aid money long ago on food and clothing, both of which were in short supply after the storm. Apparently, Robert and his friends have been declared ineligible for the aid they received because “the money was supposed to have been spent on temporary housing.” However, “that never happened because the residents were moved from one state-funded shelter to another”.

 

 

 

Net Neutrality, is the next tyranny we are facing and on Monday protesters are outside of the chairman of the FCC house, protesting this issue.Tom Wheeler’s Monday started with protesters, ended with protesters, and was punctuated with pressure from President Barack Obama in between.The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission tried to leave his house in the morning, but his driveway was blocked by a small group of demonstrators who urged him to adopt tighter net neutrality rules. At first Wheeler tried to play along by helping them hold up a sign that blares “Save the Internet. “I’m on your side,” he argued, saying he also believes in an open internet. But he could hardly get in a word in, as the protestors, affiliated with the group Popular Resistance, chanted and sang songs outside his house. Both sides claim they want a free and open Internet, but they disagree on just how to make that happen. The protesters want tighter regulations to ensure none of the major Internet providers get better access to websites and services than smaller competitors.

 

 

About the Poisonous pig feed fiasco, Abby then talks to Jaydee Hanson, Senior Policy Analyst at the Center for Food Safety about the FDA’s approval of a feed additive for pigs called Ractopamine and why it’s allowed in the US despite being banned in 160 countries around the world.

Abby then discusses why Veterans Day has become marred by fake support for troops, when in reality the health services and treatment of veterans has been abysmal. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with investigative journalist, Dahr Jamail, about the continuing health effects of Depleted Uranium use in Iraq by US forces on the Iraqi population, and why there has been such a spike in birth defects and cancer rates.

 

 

 

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