Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

For decades the Democrats and leftists have fought ferociously to prevent the cleanup of State voter registration rolls. Recognizing a potential niche, left wing activists created ERIC to clean voter rolls their way, using their rules. So in 2012 the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) was formed as a membership organization primarily for blue States. ERIC is essentially a left wing voter registration drive disguised as voter roll clean up. But it’s been gaining traction in Red States too. Originally funded by the Soros Open Society, it is now responsible for cleaning the voter rolls in 31 States, plus D.C. A top election official from each member State is appointed a seat on the ERIC Board or as an Officer, all unpaid positions. Continue reading “Who’s “Cleaning” Our Voter Rolls? Soros Founded and Funded ERIC Is Now Used In 31 States”

Daily Wire – by Dillon Burroughs

A proposed California bill would allow children ages 12 and above to be vaccinated without parental consent.

California Democratic State Sen. Scott Wiener introduced the bill late Thursday in Sacramento.  Continue reading “Proposed California Bill Would Allow Kids 12+ To Be Vaccinated Without Parental Consent”

Activist Post – by BN Frank

Unlike countless other modern tracking and/or wearable devices, this new COVID detector has no power source and does not emit harmful radiation which can reduce our immunity to viruses (including COVID) and other illness (see 123).  Of course only time will tell if it will be effective in reducing COVID infections or if it will simply cause more anxiety. Continue reading “Clip-on Device May Alert Wearer to Potential COVID-19 Exposure”

The Blaze – by Phil Shiver

The University of Pennsylvania’s prestigious Wharton business school started trending on Twitter Thursday, but not because of its academic prowess or comments from a famous alum like former President Donald Trump.

Rather, the school caught the attention of users online after a professor posted about a social experiment she conducted in class that inadvertently showcased just how clueless her students are about middle-class American life.  Continue reading “Ivy League business students’ remarkably clueless answers on what the average American worker makes in a year sparks internet firestorm”

Gateway Pundit – by Cristina Laila

This is unreal.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Friday gave some advice to Americans who are angry the Democrats’ voting bills failed. Continue reading “Jen Psaki: “My Advice to Everyone Out There Who’s Frustrated, Sad, Angry, Pissed Off… Go Have a Margarita””

Guns America – by Jordan Michaels

Six state governors gathered at SHOT Show 2022 for the first-ever Governor’s Forum hosted by the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

Governors Pete Ricketts (Nebraska), Kristi Noem (South Dakota), Asa Hutchinson (Arkansas), Brian Kemp (Georgia), Mark Gordon (Wyoming), and Mike Dunleavy (Alaska) met in Las Vegas to discuss the firearm industry in their states and reaffirm their commitment to the Second Amendment.  Continue reading “Alaska Governor: States Should Look at the Militia Model as Bulwark Against Nationalized National Guard”

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Gateway Pundit – by Julian Conradson

On Wednesday, Daily Wire host Matt Walsh appeared on an episode of Dr. Phil to provide the counter-argument in a debate against numerous radical left-wing advocates who support gender theory and transgenderism.

It was an absolute masterclass.  Continue reading “Matt Walsh Nukes Transgender Debate on Dr. Phil With Facts and Logic – Other Guests Claim to Suffer From “Nightmares,” “Depression Spirals” After His Appearance”

Information Liberation – by Chris Menahan

California Governor Gavin Newsom issued an apology on Thursday after stating that “organized gangs” were behind the mass looting of trains in Lincoln Heights.

“This is not one-off. This is organized theft,” Newsom said while holding a press conference from the site of the mass lootings on Thursday. Continue reading “Gov. Newsom Apologizes For Saying ‘Organized Gangs’ Behind Train Lootings… ‘They’re Organized Groups Of Folks’”

Texarkana Gazette – by Junius Stone

HOOKS, Texas — Expansion Industries, an ammunition manufacturing company whose corporate offices are based out of Carrollton, Texas, is preparing to open a manufacturing facility here.

They have begun preparation work on the East Campus of TexAmericas Center, purchasing the main G Line of the former Lone Star Army Ammunition plant, and have begun preparing the site for operations.  Continue reading “Ammunition plant to open near Texarkana”

Breitbart – by John Binder

Former Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner Mark Morgan says more than three million foreign nationals “have tried to violate America’s sovereignty and illegally enter” the United States under President Joe Biden.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has not officially released illegal immigration totals for December 2021. This week, though, the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency revealed in a court brief that nearly 180,000 border crossers were apprehended that month. Continue reading “Former CBP Chief: Biden Invites More than 3,000,000 Border Crossers to U.S.”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

While President Biden was occupied Friday trying to take credit for a new factory for the production of semiconductors (and all the jobs – construction-related and otherwise – that he said it would create), a federal judge in Texas was issuing an injunction to put the second major piece of Biden’s vaccine mandate on ice.  Continue reading “Texas Judge Blocks Biden’s Vaccine Mandate For Federal Employees Nationwide”


At least 70 people were killed and more than 130 injured when an airstrike hit a detention center in Yemen on Friday, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said, as the Saudi-led coalition continued to ramp up its deadly offensive on rebels in the war-torn nation.

Another airstrike early Friday hit a telecommunications building in the strategic port city of Hodeidah, causing a nationwide internet blackout, according to NetBlocks, an organization that tracks network disruptions. At least three children were killed in that attack, Save the Children said. Continue reading “Airstrikes kill 70 people and knock out internet in Yemen”

Dakota News Now

PEMBINA, N.D. (Dakota News Now) – U.S. Border Patrol agents say five migrants were rescued Wednesday near the Canadian border. Four people died in their attempt to cross the border.

A Border Patrol agent assigned to the Pembina Station stopped a vehicle driven by a U.S. citizen on Minnesota Highway 75 near Humboldt Wednesday morning. The two passengers in the vehicle were citizens of India who recently crossed the border illegally from Canada.  Continue reading “Five people rescued, four die in frigid conditions near Canadian boarder”

Dr. Joseph Mercola

January 11, 2022, the Health and Human Services Committee of the Maine legislature held a public hearing on LD8671 “An Act to Prohibit Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations for 5 Years to Allow for Safety Testing and Investigations Into Reproductive Harm.”

The American Cancer Society is vehemently opposed to this rational bill.2 In some twisted, incomprehensible logic, the ACS claims that banning mandatory COVID jabs would “place the health of cancer patients at greater risk.” How, one might ask, could that happen, considering the jabbed are just as likely to contract and spread the virus? Continue reading “Dr. Meryl Nass’ Testimony Against Vaccine Mandates”

Yahoo News

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Two California counties violated the Constitution’s right to keep and bear arms when they shut down gun and ammunition stores in 2020 as nonessential businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.

Officials in Los Angeles and Ventura counties had separately won lower court decisions saying gun stores were not exempt from broader shutdown orders aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus early in the pandemic. Continue reading “California’s COVID gun store shutdowns ruled illegal”