Newest Absolute Rights Newsletter Released to Readers with Political Insight

The latest edition of the Newsletter from Absolute Rights was published on for February 5, 2013.

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Produced by Managing Editor Tim Young and his team of experienced contributing writers, the Newsletter focuses on political issues making headlines in the last week.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 08, 2013

The most recent version of the Absolute Rights Newsletter, the subscription service for the fastest growing news and opinion site on the web, has been released. Produced by Managing Editor Tim Young and his team of experienced contributing writers, the Newsletter focuses on political issues making headlines in the last week.

The main article was written by Young, and highlights the conspiracy theories surrounding the Super Bowl and its halftime show. Never one to shy away from a controversy, Young tackles the idea that the Illuminati, or some other authoritative force, was behind the entertainment festivities from Sunday’s game.

“It’s just amazing to me what an open and active imagination people have when it comes to things like the Super Bowl and its halftime show,” Young wrote. “There is a clear threat to our liberty out there, and it isn’t a higher power, behind the scenes organization that makes the lights flicker at a football game… that’s a waste of time. It’s our elected leaders who desire to change the constitution to see fit that people receive handouts instead of the help that they truly need in exchange for the giving up of basic rights.”

The Contender’s Corner article was provided by contributor Brent Dickerson, and shares insight on the growing debate within the Republican Party. Karl Rove, who represents “the old guard,” and the likes of Michelle Bachmann, Rand Paul, and Marco Rubio are battling amongst themselves, and Dickerson sees only one real result.

“The moderate Republicans in Name Only must accept the inevitability of change that has come to the Republican Party,” Dickerson wrote.

The Newsletter’s Crisis Ops feature takes a perspective on a “bug out vehicle,” or a car used to escape a major disaster. The subject has become a major concern for emergency preppers, and Absolute Rights is working through the details.

“A bug out vehicle is clearly the mode of transportation that you should consider using in case of emergency,” said the article. “When you consider your bug out vehicle, you should think about the terrain that it may potentially need to cross.”

The article goes on to cover more considerations into what makes a good bug out vehicle, and expands more on the practical rules to remember.

The last section of the Newsletter is the Global Watch article, written by newest Absolute Rights contributor Christina Ryerson. It examines the latest findings from an investigation of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank.

The fact finding mission uncovered “numerous violations of international law by Israeli forces and recommending a complete cessation of settlements in the West Bank territories and Jerusalem,” wrote Ryerson.

The Absolute Rights Newsletter is sent to thousands of Absolute Rights email subscribers as part of the never-ending effort to bring relevant and captivating content directly to readers. Newsletters are distributed via email and the articles then appear online at AbsoluteRights.com.

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