Washington Post – by Christopher Ingraham

Voters in California, Massachusetts and Nevada approved recreational marijuana initiatives Tuesday night, and several other states passed medical marijuana provisions, in what is turning out to be the biggest electoral victory for marijuana reform since 2012, when Colorado and Washington first approved the drug’s recreational use.

In addition to the states above, local outlets in Maine are declaring victory for that state’s legalization measure, but with 91 percent of precincts reporting just a few thousand votes separate the “Yes” and “No” columns.   Continue reading “Marijuana wins big on election night”


The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 400 points, or 2.6%, and is 12% below the all-time high it set in May. The S&P 500 fell 2.7% and is once again in a so-called correction. It’s down more than 10% from the record that it hit in May.

The tech-heavy Nasdaq fell 2.5 as well and is 11% below its July peak. The Nasdaq also lost its gains for the year Tuesday and is now 1.5% lower in 2015.   Continue reading “Dow falls 400 points on more China fears”

KOB 4 – by Devin Neeley

A contractor for the Environmental Protection Agency delivered nine large tanks of water to the Navajo Nation Friday, promising fresh, clean water. But the Navajo Nation, already skeptical of the EPA’s response to the Gold King mine spill, say the tanks are dirty oilfield tanks and are now even further incensed.

The water in the tanks – intended for crops and livestock – is brown and smells, and the tank it came in is far from clean.   Continue reading “Navajo president, Shiprock leaders incensed at dirty crop, livestock water delivered by EPA contractor”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Rohnert Park, CA — In a video that is sure to spark outrage across the country, a Rohnert Park police officer was caught on film stalking a man for filming.

As if the harassment and intimidation for simply recording a police officer from his own property weren’t enough, this cop went so far as to exit his vehicle and pull his gun on a man who was simply practicing his freedom of speech.

The incident began as Don McComas was loading up his boat for a day on the water when he noticed a Rohnert Park police cruiser stopped in front of his house.   Continue reading “Crazed Cop Stalks Man then Pulls a Gun on Him for Filming from his Own Front Yard”

Stop Hate Crimes

Three male victims were stabbed and a female victim was shot in the neck inside a home on the west side of Columbus, Ohio. A total of five members of the household were injured and hospitalized.

The family, which flies a Confederate flag on their porch, may have been targeted because of their race. The family is white and the two perpetrators are black. The lives of the victim’s were saved when one member of the family shot and killed one of the attackers. The other attacker was apprehended at the scene.   Continue reading “Home with Confederate flag invaded, family members shot and stabbed”


Armed men have taken up self-appointed sentry duty outside military recruitment centers after another armed man opened fire on a recruiting center and killed five in Chattanooga, Tennessee last week.

The military has asked they not do so.

There is “always some concern about safety for our soldiers and civilians when someone is walking around with weapons,” an unnamed official told local WFLA.   Continue reading “No, thanks: Military asks armed militiamen to go away and stop trying to guard recruiting centers”


HAYWOOD COUNTY, N.C. — A Waynesville man is preparing to walk to Washington, D.C. carrying the Confederate battle flag and a message.

Toby Hatfield believes the Confederate battle flag removed from the grounds of the South Carolina Capitol last week was, by and large, done disrespectfully.   Continue reading “Waynesville Man Walking Confederate Battle Flag To DC”


Our Confederate monuments are symbolic of our Southern heritage. To remove Confederate monuments is to erase our history. The monument is a reminder of the citizen-soldiers who fought for the Confederacy; soldiers who personified the best qualities of America. The preservation of liberty and freedom was the motivating factor in the South’s decision to fight the Second American Revolution. The tenacity with which Confederate soldiers fought underscored their belief in the rights guaranteed by the Constitution. These attributes are the underpinning of our democratic society and represent the foundation on which this nation was built.   Continue reading “Preserve the General Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue and Remains”

AP_240969580256Breitbart – by John Nolte

“While a symbol of anti-Christian hate and repression — the rainbow-colored gay “pride”  flagflew everywhere, Father Jonathan Morris, a Catholic priest frequently seen on Fox News, reported via Twitter Sunday that during a pro-gay marriage parade in New York, “two men walked by and spat on me.”   Continue reading “Rainbow of Hate: Catholic Priest Reports Being Spit on at Gay Marriage Parade”

ABC 6 News – by Brandon Fonda

The Idaho Army National Guard is pulling out the big guns to get ready for their upcoming deployment. 25 hundred Idaho soldiers will be sent to the army’s most premier training facility in California.

The Idaho National Guard will get the best training in the world at the National Training Center. And to be ready for their deployment they are shooting live ammunition and training at the Orchard Combat Training Center near Gowen Air Field.   Continue reading “Idaho Army National Guard trains for upcoming deployment”

AP PhotoBreitbart – by Thomas D. Williams, PhD

Parents from the north of Italy have organized a massive demonstration, called “Defend Our Children,” against gender ideology in schools, which will be held this Saturday in the Saint John Lateran Square in Rome. The demonstrators will be protesting Italian educational programs that are meant to blur the sexual identity of children.

In the northern Italian city of Trieste, parents are in uproar over a taxpayer-funded elementary school program that includes dressing little boys as girls and girls as boys to overcome so-called “gender stereotypes.” Schools are calling the exercise “the game of respect,” which purportedly adopts many guidelines from the European standards on sex education, attributed to the World Health Organization.   Continue reading “Italian Families Protest Forced Cross-Dressing of Schoolchildren”