BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (AP) — Late at night, when helicopters thrum overhead and spotlights beam down onto lawns, many people here know exactly what’s going on.
“You just think, ‘Oh, God, whose child is it now?'” said Stephanie Spezia, a longtime resident of this suburb in the heart of Long Island that’s caught in the grip of a violent street gang with Central American ties, MS-13. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Edwin Mora
WASHINGTON D.C. — The United States had the ability to use aerial spraying to destroy the opium crops in Afghanistan used by the Taliban to fund their terrorist activities after 9/11 but refused to do so out of concern that the plants “might be too close to a mosque,” declared Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) during a congressional hearing.
Rep. Rohrabacher said that U.S. government has been able to aerial spray and eradicate the opium crops in Afghanistan used to make the deadly heroin drug for at least 20 years but has declined to employ that capability. Continue reading
The Bombing of Dresden by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) and United States Army Air Force (USAAF) between February 13 and February 15, 1945 were war crimes committed by the Allies of World War II. In four raids, 1,300 heavy bombers dropped more than 3,900 tons of high-explosive bombs and incendiary devices on the city, the Baroque capital of the German state of Saxony. The resulting firestorm destroyed 39 square kilometres (15 sq mi) of the city centre.  Continue reading
Antifa (from anti-fascism) is a term commonly used to describe often criminal and violent groups which attack organizations and individuals claimed to be “fascist” or “racist“. Many openly admit that the goal is to deny their opponents freedom of expression and organization by using intimidation and violence. Continue reading
WASHINGTON — The majority of Democrats and Republicans in the House voted to postpone a government shutdown by one week, giving Congress until next Friday at midnight to hammer out a spending deal for the rest of the fiscal year.
The Senate quickly approved the House’s continuing resolution — or “CR” in Washington-speak — sending it to President Trump. The CR passed the house 373 to 30. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Bob Price
The Texas House passed a tough anti-sanctuary bill containing provisions making it a crime for sheriffs and chiefs of police to refuse to cooperate with immigration officials. They could also be removed from office for providing “sanctuary” for the criminal illegal aliens in their jails.
Senate Bill 4 finally passed the Texas House Thursday afternoon by a vote of 94-53 along party lines. Continue reading
Gateway Pundit – by Carter
Violent domestic terrorist Bill Ayers is officially linked to Antifa through his group “Refuse Fascism”.
Ayers is infamous for the Weather Underground, a domestic terror organization he co-founded with other degenerates, and for bombing the Pentagon. Continue reading
The first court test of Bayer/J&J’s billion-dollar bonanza, blood-thinner, Xarelto, is coming up in New Orleans next week. The outcome will influence how the 18,000 lawsuits behind it will be handled.
The plaintiff in the first suit is Joseph Boudreaux. “While Xarelto was supposed to help cut his stroke risk, Boudreaux says it instead caused internal bleeding that required a week-long hospital stay in the intensive-care unit, several blood transfusions and multiple heart procedures. ‘I don’t want anybody else to suffer like I have from that drug,’ the part-time security guard says,” reports the Chicago Tribune. Continue reading
UPI – by Daniel Uria
April 27 (UPI) — Police in Oregon issued a “verbal warning” to a cat reportedly seen armed with a gun-shaped stick.
Newport Oregon Police Department shared a photo of a black and white cat perched in a tree with its paw draped over a stick that appeared to resemble an automatic rifle.
Officers responded to the scene and were ultimately able to determine the cat did not pose any real threat. Continue reading
Apparently, we live in a time where anti-white racism is being normalized. According to the extreme-Leftists, such as ANTIFA, you cannot be racist to a white guy.
At least this seems to be the case in the USA where this incident took place.
An ANTIFA anti-Trump protester forgot to through some things in the trash can. It was a number of pamphlets revealing a terrifying slogan: Continue reading
Fox News – by Kristine Kotta
For years, the 82nd Avenue of the Roses parade has kicked off Portland’s annual Rose Festival and marked beginning of the Oregon city’s parade season.
But after a threatening email was sent to parade organizers – singling out members of the Multnomah County Republican Party (MCRP) who were planning to take part – officials have decided to cancel the family-friendly procession in an effort to avoid any clashes between protesters and marchers. Continue reading
The Great Recession
President Trump, how’s that swamp drainage project going?
Another big move in the last couple of weeks has been the sidelining of Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon as the Goldman-Sachs group wins more influence in the White House. Bannon has been the guardian of the anti-establishment hopes that put Candidate Trump in office. Continue reading
WSOC TV 9 News – by Dave Faherty
NEWTON, N.C. – The Federal Aviation Administration said a helicopter crashed Thursday afternoon, clipping a home in a North Carolina neighborhood. Emergency personnel said the two people onboard the aircraft were hurt.
Crews were called around 1:20 p.m. to a home on McKay Farm Road, which is off of Sigmon Dairy Road in Newton. Continue reading
Have you Trumpers figured out what you voted for yet?
President Trump warned a “major, major conflict” with North Korea could result from the ongoing standoff over its nuclear and missile programs, but said he hoped diplomacy would prevail. Continue reading
Swifty Lomax and Hal Apeeno are sponsoring a drawing for From the Trenches World Report.
Swifty Lomax is providing a beautiful belt buckle and bolo tie that his father hand crafted from petrified wood. Continue reading
Reason – by C.J. Ciaramella
A bill to expand the federal death penalty to include the killing of state and local police officers advanced through a Republican-controlled committee in Congress Thursday, over the objections of civil liberties and criminal justice groups who argue it is unnecessary and duplicative.
The House Judiciary Committee advanced a bill Thursday, the Thin Blue Line Act, by a 19-12 vote that would make the killing of a state or local law enforcement officer during the commission of a federal crime an aggravating factor for juries to consider when weighing a death penalty sentence. Continue reading
CBS News, September 14, 2016
In 1961 we almost lost North Carolina, when a plane carrying two bombs armed with nuclear warheads broke up over Goldsboro. The only reason the state didn’t suffer the first unplanned nuclear explosion on American soil was because an on-off switch happened to be in the “off” position.
Stories such as this, which were examined in Eric Schlosser’s critically-acclaimed 2013 book, “Command and Control,” show just how lucky we have been when it comes to the safety of our nuclear arsenal. Continue reading