January 24, 2013

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Nightly News for Thursday, January 24, 2013

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On this January 24,2013 broadcast of The Infowars Nightly News, Melissa Melton speaks with Julio Rausseo about the TSA's involvement with the Obama Inauguration.

News Covered:

Poetic Justice - Piers Morgan Falls Ill After Flu Shot.

800 European Children Develop Narcolepsy After Receiving H1N1 Vaccine.

Two meter opponents arrested in Naperville.

Video: Rand Paul to Hillary: If I were president, ‘I would have relieved you of your post’.

MSNBC Attacks InfoWars.

Alexa Report Showing InfoWars kicking MSNBC's @#$. Their ratings are plummeting while ours skyrocket. MSNBC is irrelevant.

Feinstein Bill Breakdown.

Bloomberg's Twilight Zone.

Missouri Law Will Force Gun Owners to Register with Schools.

Video: Mayor Backs Second Amendment After Councilman Tries to Eject Armed Veteran.

Local gun enthusiasts take aim at sheriffs over proposed gun bans.

90 Sheriffs and Two Sheriffs Associations Have Pledged to Ignore "Obama Gun Control".

Why Women Want AR-15s.

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