This is the first DarkDox & Sacred Owls full length documentary film
Available now on DVD and FREE digital download here!
Although we made the digital download free, please consider purchasing the DVD. Order before July 4th and we will double your order! Give them to friends, strangers! Spread the TRUTH! Also consider donating to paypal.me/sacredowls We are saving up for our 2nd trip to the grove this July 13th (Cremation of Care). 25 dates this time including LA and Juarez, Mexico! See all dates, locations, and details at SacredOwls.com
Sacred Owls – They are here to save the world DVD is 3 hours and 46 minutes long with 8 new documentaries, 16 music videos, and much more! $13! Free shipping worldwide!
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If you would rather download one chapter at a time, you can do so below!
Chapter 1: Prevues of Coming Attractions
Just Like at Any Sacred Owls Show, We Start the Presentation with Some Sneak Peeks at Goodies Available to Download for Free at Darkdox.com Including Pizzagate & Esoteric Agenda.
Chapter 2: Beware! Take Care! 2018 Tour
The Film Starts with Our 10 Year Anniversary Tour to the Gates of the Bohemian Grove with a Radio Interview Recorded Live at the Double Down in Las Vegas on Friday the 13th!
Chapter 3: Sacred Owls at Cremation of Care
For the First Time, Sacred Owls Made It All the Way Across the U.S. from Florida to California on July 14th, 2018 to Meet with Resisttyranny.com & Protest the Bohemian Grove on Their Unholy Day.
Chapter 4: Owlmobile Fell in a Spider Web
Just as We Crossed the Golden Gate Bridge, Our Van Crapped Out and We Took a Closer Look at San Francisco’s Bohemian Club Building’s Creepy Plaques and the Nearby Owl Bar (Owl Tree).
Chapter 5: Dark Art at the Denver Airport
While We Were in Denver, We Filmed the Creepy Mural “Children of the World Dream of Peace” and Did Some Digging into the #Denfiles, Their Odd Attempt to Make Light of the Art They Have.
Chapter 6: Boys Town, Nebraska Today
We Spent a Couple Days Visiting the Site of Where the Whole Franklin Scandal and Cover Up Started. Hollywood Said Boys Town Wouldn’t Sell ‘Cause There Was No Sex, Boy Were They Wrong.
Chapter 7: Government Sponsored Terrorism
All 12 Music Videos for Every Song on the LP, Sacred Owls, Rid Yourself of Care, Weaving Spiders, Beat’cha to It, Death Wish, Inside Job, New Day Rising, They Live, Fuck This Gig, Polite Company, Idiocracy, I Won’t Be Sleeping
Chapter 8: the Georgia Guidestones
On the Government Sponsored Terrorism Tour in 2017, Sacred Owls Visited the Occult Georgia Guidestones Where We Shot a Documentary and Music Video for New Day Rising.
Chapter 9: Tales of Terror Live
Sacred Owls and Will Brack’s Contributions to Tales of Terror Issue #1 Including Conspiracy of Silence, Owlmobile, Chick Habit, and Osceola Wants His Head Back Bringing the Comic to Life!
Chapter 10: White House & Fullsail
Christian Coffins Visited the White House for the First Time and Interviewed Protestors. Fullsail University’s Short Documentary Film: Sacred Owls Journey of the Flight, & More!
We are excited to announce that we are pressing GOVERNMENT SPONSORED TERRORISM on RED VINYL for the first time! We have 9 days left to fill our preorder goal and need your help! This limited edition, hand numbered pressing is being funded by all of you! We just need to sell 100 pre-orders to get this thing into production! In addition, Diggers Factory will distribute copies to over 200 record stores WORLDWIDE which will really help get the word out there that we don’t want these scumbags running our world, and we plan on taking it back!
If the campaign runs out and we don’t hit our numbers, you will get a full refund. If we are close, we will just buy out the last few to make this happen. We need your support! If this goes well, we plan on putting Tales of Terror and all future releases on vinyl as well! Click here to pre-order now!
(Pattie Curran) I explain how Obamacare harms my family and families like mine with sick loved ones. Since many people don’t understand insurance- medication copays do NOT go toward our OOP Max, and I don’t know many people whose medication copays go toward their OOP max. Also, oral surgery, dental and other such things do not go toward the OOP Max. Link to my blog: www.catholicteapartyhippie.blogspot.com Liberals are attacking me and I don’t care. Some liberals tell me “Sorry Obamacare is hurting your family, but look how many people is IS helping.” That statement is no consolation. It is immoral to push my family into debt under the guise of helping others. If my children die, or harm comes to them, other people being helped will not console me. Since this video was made in August 2013, our 2013 OOP Medical bills now total over $23,300 as of Oct 25, 2013. Our 2014 insurance premiums will be increased $3066/yr since Obamacare passed in 2010.
(CBS) CBS News has uncovered a serious pricing problem with HealthCare.gov. It stems from the Obama administration’s efforts to improve its health care website. A new online feature can dramatically underestimate the cost of insurance.
The administration announced it would provide a new “shop and browse” feature Sunday, but it’s not giving consumers the real picture. In some cases, people could end up paying double of what they see on the website, CBS News’ Jan Crawford reported Wednesday on “CBS This Morning.”
As President Obama promises to fix HealthCare.gov, his administration is touting what it calls “improvements” in design, specifically a feature that allows you to “See Plans Now.” White House press secretary Jay Carney has said, “Americans across the country can type in their zip code and shop and browse.”
But CBS News has learned the new “shop and browse” feature often comes with the wrong price tags.
Industry analysts point to how the website lumps people only into two broad categories: “49 or under” and “50 or older.”
Jonathan Wu is co-founder of Valuepenguin.com, a consumer finance website focusing on the impact of health care reform. His company has built a tool that provides quotes for plans on the federal exchange. He said it’s “incredibly misleading for people that are trying to get a sense of what they’re paying.”
Prices for everyone in the 49-or-under group are based on what a 27-year-old would pay. In the 50-or-older group, prices are based on what a 50-year-old would pay.
CBS News ran the numbers for a 48-year-old in Charlotte, N.C., ineligible for subsidies. According to HealthCare.gov, she would pay $231 a month, but the actual plan on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina’s website costs $360, more than 50 percent higher. The difference: Blue Cross and Blue Shield requests your birthday before providing more accurate estimates.
The numbers for older Americans are even more striking. A 62-year-old in Charlotte looking for the same basic plan would get a price estimate on the government website of $394. The actual price is $634.
A U.S. Department of Health and Human Services spokeswoman said the government added the “shop and browse” feature to provide “estimates of premiums without tax credits.”
Chini Krishnan is the chief executive officer of GetInsured.com. His company helped design California’s new health-care-exchange website. It requires people to enter their birthdays to get a real price quote. Krishnan said, “It’s important that the users have a proper, trustworthy, honest brand experience when they interact with HealthCare.gov, and I think providing accurate prices is an integral component of that.”
Industry executives CBS News spoke with could not believe the government is providing these estimates, which they said were useless and could easily mislead consumers. They also said that the website repeatedly states the actual prices could be lower, but it makes no mention that they could be higher.
(Reuters) A U.S. Secret Service agent assigned to President Barack Obama’s protective detail was found dead on Saturday in an apparent suicide, a law enforcement source said on Thursday.
Special agent Rafael Prieto was under investigation for having an unreported romantic relationship with a foreign national, the source said.
The agent’s death is being investigated by the District of Columbia police, said Max Milien, a spokesman for the Secret Service.
“Rafael Prieto has a distinguished 20-year career with the Secret Service that was marked by accomplishment, dedication, friendships and the Secret Service is mourning a valued colleague,” said Milien.
Prieto was not under investigation for compromising sensitive or classified information, but because he was involved in an administrative proceeding to see if he was in violation of Secret Service rules, the source said.
Gwendolyn Crump, a spokeswoman for the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, would not provide details about an ongoing investigation.
The Secret Service, which prides itself in unobtrusively protecting the president and vice president, has found itself under unaccustomed public scrutiny in recent months.
Secret Service employees were accused of bringing women, some of them prostitutes, back to their hotel rooms in Colombia in April during a trip to prepare for a visit by the president. The agency said later that nine personnel were found to have been involved in serious misconduct.
A government investigation concluded their actions did not compromise the president’s safety, but the event was an embarrassment for the Secret Service and its director issued a stricter code of conduct afterward.
A Secret Service officer was arrested in Miami last month the day after a visit by Obama after having been found passed out on a street corner.
Officers are uniformed members of the agency, and perform support services, in contrast to plain-clothed agents who directly guard the president and vice president.
(NATIONAL REVIEW) My wife, the syndicated San Francisco Chronicle columnist Debra J. Saunders, has learned that at least 500,000 Californians may lose their health insurance next year — and that’s a conservative estimate. From her Token Conservative blog:
According to this link as of December 2012, there were 491,977 covered lives in individual health care plans regulated by the state Department Insurance that are not grandfathered under the Affordable Care Act. (If they bought a plan after March 2010, their coverage is not grandfathered.) This is a 2012 number, but if the number of people with private coverage hasn’t changed much in the last ten months, that’s half a million Californians who will lose their coverage.
Those canceled policies will have to be replaced with Obamacare-approved insurance:
California Association of Health Plans president Pat Johnston told me that by law providers must cancel non-grandfathered individual policies. (It is my understanding some folks will lose their coverage at year’s end, others might be able to extend into 2014 through the end of a covered year.) This probably means premiums hikes for people who “not only were they healthy, they also probably were very savvy shoppers.” This is a small corner of the insurance market; others may well save money under the Affordable Care Act. But for the people kicked off their individual California plans, Johnston said, it may well be that ”if you’re outside that subsidy range, you’re on your own.”
So much for, “If you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance.” The train wreck continues.
(THE DAILY CALLER) First Lady Michelle Obama’s Princeton classmate is a top executive at the company that earned the contract to build the failed Obamacare website.
Toni Townes-Whitley, Princeton class of ’85, is senior vice president at CGI Federal, which earned the no-bid contractto build the $678 million Obamacare enrollment website at Healthcare.gov. CGI Federal is the U.S. arm of a Canadian company.
Townes-Whitley and her Princeton classmate Michelle Obama are both members of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni.
Toni Townes ’85 is a onetime policy analyst with the General Accounting Office and previously served in the Peace Corps in Gabon, West Africa. Her decision to return to work, as an African-American woman, after six years of raising kids was applauded by a Princeton alumni publication in 1998
George Schindler, the president for U.S. and Canada of the Canadian-based CGI Group, CGI Federal’s parent company, became an Obama 2012 campaign donor after his company gained the Obamacare website contract.
As reported by the Washington Examiner in early October, the Department of Health and Human Services reviewed only CGI’s bid for the Obamacare account. CGI was one of 16 companies qualified under the Bush administration to provide certain tech services to the federal government. A senior vice president for the company testified this week before The House Committee on Energy and Commerce that four companies submitted bids, but did not name those companies or explain why only CGI’s bid was considered.
On the government end, construction of the disastrous Healthcare.gov website was overseen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), a division of longtime failed website-builder Kathleen Sebelius’ Department of Health and Human Services.
Update: The Daily Caller repeatedly contacted CGI Federal for comment. After publication of this article, the company responded that there would be “nothing coming out of CGI for the record or otherwise today.” The company did however insist that The Daily Caller include a reference to vice president Cheryl Campbell’s House testimony. This has been included as a courtesy to the company.
(KHN) Health plans are sending hundreds of thousands of cancellation letters to people who buy their own coverage, frustrating some consumers who want to keep what they have and forcing others to buy more costly policies.
The main reason insurers offer is that the policies fall short of what the Affordable Care Act requires starting Jan. 1. Most are ending policies sold after the law passed in March 2010. At least a few are cancelling plans sold to people with pre-existing medical conditions.
By all accounts, the new policies will offer consumers better coverage, in some cases, for comparable cost — especially after the inclusion of federal subsidies for those who qualify. The law requires policies sold in the individual market to cover 10 “essential” benefits, such as prescription drugs, mental health treatment and maternity care. In addition, insurers cannot reject people with medical problems or charge them higher prices. The policies must also cap consumers’ annual expenses at levels lower than many plans sold before the new rules.
But the cancellation notices, which began arriving in August, have shocked many consumers in light of President Barack Obama’s promise that people could keep their plans if they liked them.
“I don’t feel like I need to change, but I have to,” said Jeff Learned, a television editor in Los Angeles, who must find a new plan for his teenage daughter, who has a health condition that has required multiple surgeries.
An estimated 14 million people purchase their own coverage because they don’t get it through their jobs. Calls to insurers in several states showed that many have sent notices.
Florida Blue, for example, is terminating about 300,000 policies, about 80 percent of its individual policies in the state. Kaiser Permanente in California has sent notices to 160,000 people – about half of its individual business in the state. Insurer Highmark in Pittsburgh is dropping about 20 percent of its individual market customers, while Independence Blue Cross, the major insurer in Philadelphia, is dropping about 45 percent.
Some Policies Targeted
Both Independence and Highmark are cancelling so-called “guaranteed issue” policies, which had been sold to customers who had pre-existing medical conditions when they signed up. Policyholders with regular policies because they did not have health problems will be given an option to extend their coverage through next year.
Consumer advocates say such cancellations raise concerns that companies may be targeting their most costly enrollees.
They may be “doing this as an opportunity to push their populations into the exchange and purge their systems” of policyholders they no longer want, said Jerry Flanagan, an attorney with the advocacy group Consumer Watchdog in California.
Insurers deny that, saying they are encouraging existing customers to re-enroll in their new plans.
“We continue to cover people with all types of health conditions,” said
She said some policyholders who may have faced limited coverage for their medical conditions will get new plans with “richer benefits” and the policies “in most cases, will be at a lower rate.”
Paula Sunshine, vice president of marketing with Independence, said the insurer hopes the cancelled policyholders will “choose Blue when they decide on a new plan.”
Some receiving cancellations say it looks like their costs will go up, despite studies projecting that about half of all enrollees will get income-based subsidies.
Kris Malean, 56, lives outside Seattle, and has a health policy that costs $390 a month with a $2,500 deductible and a $10,000 in potential out-of-pocket costs for such things as doctor visits, drug costs or hospital care.
As a replacement, Regence BlueShield is offering her a plan for $79 more a month with a deductible twice as large as what she pays now, but which limits her potential out-of-pocket costs to $6,250 a year, including the deductible.
“My impression was …there would be a lot more choice, driving some of the rates down,” said Malean, who does not believe she is eligible for a subsidy.
Regence spokeswoman Rachelle Cunningham said the new plans offer consumers broader benefits, which “in many cases translate into higher costs.”
“The arithmetic is inescapable,” said Patrick Johnston, chief executive officer of the California Association of Health Plans. Costs must be spread, so while some consumers will see their premiums drop, others will pay more — “no matter what people in Washington say.”
Health insurance experts say new prices will vary and much depends on where a person lives, their age and the type of policy they decide to buy. Some, including young people and those with skimpy or high-deductible plans, may see an increase. Others, including those with health problems or who buy coverage with higher deductibles than they have now, may see lower premiums.
Blue Shield of California sent roughly 119,000 cancellation notices out in mid-September, about 60 percent of its individual business. About two-thirds of those policyholders will see rate increases in their new policies, said spokesman Steve Shivinsky.
Like other insurers, the Blue Shield letters let customers know they have to make a decision by Dec. 31 or they will automatically be enrolled in a recommended plan.
“There is going to be a certain amount of churn in the marketplace as people have to make their decisions,” Shivinsky said.