The May 1, 2012 build-up to Infinity News Network’s official launch had caused tremendous planning and stress, though a good stress, a nervous excitement of knowing we were about to release something #revolutionary
The idea of taking raw political discussion, unfiltered by the mainstream media and spreading it across the social networks would surely change public discourse
A new Rasmussen Reports poll finds that traditional network news continues to fall as the nation’s source for news. The internet now is a bigger source of news for Americans than network TV, by a point, 25 percent to 24 percent
At 15-years-old, Emily Golden was running her own company called Kids for Compassion: a non-profit organization stationed in Baltimore, Maryland reaching out to vulnerable children living in Rwanda, Africa
The Justice Conference, a two-day annual event to promote dialogue around justice related issues such as human trafficking, slavery, poverty, HIV/AIDS and human rights
Before two battery failures led to the halting of all Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets this month, the lithium-ion batteries used on the aircraft had experienced a multitude of glitches that raised questions about their dependability
The following has been re-posted from NaturalNews.com. Without fear, #INN has decided to share this information even in the midst of a total media blackout on it. We are making no claims of our own other than the fact that this story has gone totally unreported
As for the things that have happened in the last 365 days, Infinity has rounded up some of our network’s biggest news stories of 2012
The powers behind Kim’s arrest were not merely concerned with stopping him, but also with painting him and treating him as a terrorist. But obviously Infinity would never pick a terrorist as their person of the year. No, we would choose a hero…
We at Infinity want to wish all of our fans a very Merry Christmas. As a fun, festive bunch of holiday junkies, we are filled with cheer to celebrate with our friends, family and supporters
So, let’s cut right to the chase… From Jack Skellington and Clark Griswold to Kevin McCallister and Gizmo the Gremlin, we’ve got you covered
WICHITA, KS – From the bottom of our hearts, we just want to thank all of our readers, writers, supporters and fans. You keep us encouraged to follow through with Infinity’s mission
Within ten minutes of going through our list we came across an individual by the name of Joseph Morrissey, who was more than willing to tell us that he did in fact vote for Mitt Romney
The man with quite possibly the most insight on what happened and what went wrong in Libya has resigned after the re-election of the President, but before he has to testify on what he knows
For anyone who asked if it was worth it to risk so much to cover this storm the answer is yes. The last two days have been filled with so much adventure, fun, excitement, panic, stress and relief
After Hurricane Sandy slammed into the South Jersey coast, she left many damaged homes, uprooted trees, flooding and sand in the streets. We have created a photo gallery after an assessment of Sandy’s aftermath
Two of the candidates to contest Obama and Romney at the US elections tell of the challenges minor parties face in their bids to offer Americans an alternative voice
According to a New York Times article, a new standard is being set in journalism. Politicians and their advisers are requiring that all quotations be cleared before being published and allowing statements to be veto by press offices
It’s now official. Infinity News Network has been added to list of signers of the newly formed Declaration of Internet Freedom.
Megaupload founder and political prisoner of America, Kim Dotcom showed his support for Infinity yesterday by tweeting one of the news storieswe featured on our website.
This generation is not one to sit back for long, waiting and delaying their life plans for an older, irresponsible generation to try to come up with a plan to fix the economy that they destroyed
The Internet, being the greatest tool for communication, free speech, free expression and transparency has seen its fair share of attempted censorship and government control.
We often lose sleep over things like hurricanes and protests. What we do is sometimes hard to define. Journalism is a calling of the curious, for those who not only want but need to know
It seems like most of the world is rebelling, protesting, or overthrowing something at this point. This would seem odd at any other time in human history, except now it seems to make sense. There is a major contributing factor to all of these revolutions that makes them possible and necessary. The internet.