Tune in 10pm CST for ATR News LIVE! Tonight: Ukraine Crisis, Economy, and Health News

Alabama Truth Radio News Live April 23rd, 2014 Tonight on ATR News Live: US troops arrive in Poland for exercise as Russia calls for Ukraine to deescalate, could we be on the brink of WW3? Plus new FDA regulations could… Continue Reading

Tune in 10pm CST for ATR News LIVE! Tonight: Mind Control and Television, NASA’s warning against Geoengineering and MORE!

Alabama Truth Radio News Live April 22nd, 2014 Tonight on ATR News Live: Are there subliminal messages targeted at our children through “harmless” cartoons? NASA issues warning about rogue Geo-engineering, new FDA regulations to affect beer prices and more! BACK… Continue Reading

Tune in 10pm CST for ATR Nws LIVE! Tonight: Drought, Beef, Google Glass and Special Guest

Alabama Truth Radio News Live February 5th, 2014 Tonight on ATR News Live: Record drought has beef prices in danger of doubling, App for Google Glass can now ID you with a face scan, Justice Scalia warns: your fooling yourself… Continue Reading

Last U.S. Lead Smelter to Close in December Due to EPA – Might Affect Ammo Production

patriotoutdoornews.com According to the NRA-ILA, the last primary lead smelter in the United States will close down its operation in December. This means the US will lose its capability to produce lead ammo completely within its borders from the process… Continue Reading

Internet businesses caught price gouging customers that visit high-end websites: Always clear your cache, cookies

Jonathan Benson Natural News (NaturalNews) If the recent revelations about the National Security Agency‘s (NSA) massive data collection and spying schemes on Americans have made you reconsider the state of your privacy, you may be shocked to learn that some… Continue Reading

USDA Alert: Half of U.S. Counties Designated Primary Disaster Areas; Financial Fallout “Intensifying”

Mac Slavo August 2nd, 2012 SHTFplan.com The largest natural disaster in American history just went from bad to worse. Sweltering heat and persistent drought across the country has ravaged crops to such extremes this summer that tens of thousands of farmers… Continue Reading