13 search results for Waco
Alex Jones is a radio talk-show host based in Texas who has attracted a passionate following for his commentaries in which he explains his belief that a powerful underground one-world government secretly rules the world. Jones contends that the attacks on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, TX, were ordered without provocation by Janet Reno and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to silence David Koresh and keep him from spreading his anti-authoritarian philosophy, and that the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, were staged by the government in order to strip American citizens of their freedoms in the name of security. Jones has followers and like-minded supporters around the world, and he and his compatriots have faced arrest and jail terms in order to spread the word by staging protests and setting up amateur surveillance operations to monitor the annual meetings of a Bilderberg Group, a private enclave of important figures in politics, economics, and world trade whom Jones (among others) is convinced pull the strings behind the New World Order. Does Jones know something most people don't, or are he and his listeners oddball conspiracy buffs who have come to believe in a bogeyman that doesn't really exist? Filmmakers Luke Meyer and Andrew Neel allow Jones and a handful of his supporters to speak for themselves in the documentary New World Order, which chronicles their ongoing battle against a movement most people don't think is happening. New World Order received its world premiere at the 2009 South by Southwest Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
The Bears look to take down the Jayhawks.
The Wildcats look to keep their dream season alive against the Bears.
The Bears host the Longhorns
The Tigers and Bears go head-to-head today.
Len Wiseman will unveil premiere screening of 'Sleepy Hollow'
Synopsis suggests director's latest may be drawn from his romantic past
What act that you've likely never heard of comes in at No. 2?
How bad was 2011? Well, it wasn't god awful, but the HitFix editorial t...
Some well-liked voices hit sour notes this year