Show Info 11-25-2014 – JD’s News, Guest Al Adask

Show Info 11-25-2014 – JD’s News, Guest Al Adask

Second Hour Guest

In the second hour, JD is joined by Alfred Adask. They will be talking about his unique history in law research and his groundbreaking insight into the spiritual war being waged against us through the legal system under the presumption outlined by the governments position that man is an “animal”. As “animals” we have no significant rights that the government is bound to recognize. Government wants us defined as “animals” in order to render us more “manageable” by the courts and police state.

Al AdaskAlfred Adask worked construction (ditch digger, truck driver, heavy equipment operator, miner, etc.) before a divorce compelled him to become a student of the legal system. One thing led to another and he wound up publishing the AntiShyster News Magazine for 12 years, running for the Texas Supreme Court in A.D. 1992 (I received 201,000 votes), motivating and hosting this country’s biggest legal reform meetings (an average of 325 attendees, twice a month), and being identified by the Federal government as one of the top dozen anti-government activists during the 1990s. He was a big fish in a small pond.

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First Hour News with JD for November 25, 2014

World News

Protesters Call for President’s Resignation

UK faces biggest terrorism threat in its history: minister

President Niinistö: Joining NATO now would harm relations with Russia

It Took 12 Trucks to Haul Away All the Cash This Corrupt Chinese General Hid in His Home

North Korea warns of wiping Japan ‘off world map’ over U.N. resolution

Israeli cabinet approves legislation defining nation-state of Jewish people

Libya air strike hits Tripoli’s last functioning airport

Vladimir Putin says he won’t be Russia’s president for life

China building giant island in South China Sea large enough for airstrip: report

Iran nuclear talks extended seven months after failing to meet deadline

US News

Saudi National Detained at Fort Sam Houston

Police Shooting Death Of Unarmed Brooklyn Man Ruled Homicide


White House Quietly Releases Plans For 3,415 Regulations Ahead Of Thanksgiving Holiday

Flood of illegal immigrants to pour into NYC schools

Captain of San Diego-based warship relieved of duty


Hagel Submits Resignation as Defense Chief Under Pressure

Economic News

EBay CEO ‘Very Open’ to Bitcoin, will ‘Likely’ follow PayPal

Markets Weekly: Could Central Banks Spark a Bitcoin Rally?

Gold may see ‘decent recovery’ to $1,400

There Are More Payday Lenders in U.S. Than McDonald’s

Auto Loan Delinquencies Surge 18% Among Young Americans

Deutsche Bank’s Modest Proposal To Central Banks: “Purchase The Gold Held By Private Households”

Science & Technology

Politicians Who Regulate Big Cable Invest in AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon

The ‘big dogs’ will sue over net neutrality regardless, says FCC head


Wisconsin-based Kohler introduces no-smell toilet seat

‘What’s the CIA doing on Amazon’s cloud?’ Open-government activists want to know

Now e-cigarettes can give you malware

Health News

Misunderstood Medicine: ‘I feel like a normal boy’

Nestle details “exercise in a bottle” research

Bonsoy to pay soy milk victims $25m in record class action

Liberia to be Ebola-free by Christmas, president says

Could Wifi be harming YOUR health?

Energy & Environment

Brazil’s epic water crisis a global wake-up call

Solar and Wind Energy Start to Win on Price vs. Conventional Fuels

Texas oil company pleads guilty to dumping wastewater into Gulf

Oil price slide and sanctions ‘cost Russia $140bn’

Opec share of US oil imports at 30-year low

Home, Farm & Garden

Still time to do gardening chores

Suburban Permaculture Transforms Neighborhoods

Composting for Anarchists

Housing News

High-end home sales surge in Southern California

Big investors pull back on housing

Weird, Funny & Good News

This Is An Old Letter Found Inside A LEGO Set That Every Parent Should Read

Featured Video

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