19 Statistics About The Drugging Of America That Are Almost Too Crazy To Believe

End of the American Dream The American people are the most drugged people in the history of the planet.  Illegal drugs get most of the headlines, but the truth is that the number of Americans that are addicted to legal… Continue Reading

Tune in 10pm CST for ATR News LIVE! Tonight: Independent panel denounces NSA spying as “chilling” and “illegal” plus where does AL stand on freedom?

Alabama Truth Radio News Live January 27nd, 2014 Tonight on ATR News Live: Independent panel denounces NSA program as chilling and illegal, new study shows where Alabama stands on freedom, developer accuses NSA of hi-jacking Amazon order, AL prison system… Continue Reading

Tune in 10pm CST for ATR News LIVE! Tonight: Greenpeace claims North Pole is melting, Christmas must be canceled, Scientists say Arctic Ice is up almost 50%

Alabama Truth Radio News Live December 17th, 2013 Tonight on ATR News Live: Greenpeace’s new environmentalist religion propaganda claims the North Pole is melting to the point Santa will have to cancel Christmas… However a new scientific study shows that… Continue Reading

Guantanamo Officials Dole Out Solitary Confinement, Beatings to Break Hunger Strike

Andrea Germanos Common Dreams A first-hand account from a prisoner at Guantánamo reveals the abusive tactics prison authorities are using to break the prisoners’ hunger strike. A colonel in charge said that “Any person who continues on the hunger strike… Continue Reading

Tune in right now for ATR News! Tonight’s Show: No Security in the New World Order

Alabama Truth Radio News Broadcast, July 16th, 2013 Join your host JB for ATR News right here on alabamatruth.com! Tonight’s topics include the state of privacy and security in this, the New World Order. PLUS Torture trades in Sinai, Sphinx… Continue Reading

Legislature’s prison committee to seek facts on report of inmate beatings, abuse

Mike Cason AL.com MONTGOMERY, Alabama — The chairman of the Alabama Legislature’s prison committee has called a meeting for Aug. 27 to discuss allegations of prisoner abuse in a report released Tuesday by the Equal Justice Initiative. The EJI, which… Continue Reading