Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins
The Cimarron Evil Roy single-action revolver in .357 Magnum is precise and accurate, as well as a beautiful gun.
This particular handgun’ style is a throwback to the iconic single-actions of frontier days gone by, yet the gun itself is very much a part of the present and a most attractive choice for single action shooters who travel to various shoots on weekends throughout the United States. Continue reading
Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins
On Friday, the NRA posted a message for gun controllers in Congress and elsewhere saying, “We the People will never give up our guns.”
The tweet from the NRA comes as Democrats double down on gun control as a central message for the fast-approaching midterms. Continue reading
The Hollywood Conservative
Google supposedly wants to work with the best. Apparently, that includes 88-year-old leftist George Soros. (NewsBusters)
In the Google presentation, “The Good Censor,” leaked to Breitbart, the search media company cited 27 so-called “experts” for different aspects of digital freedom and online censorship. Among those experts were George Soros, a ProPublica article, New York Times editorial board member Sarah Jeong, former New Republic editor Franklin Foer, and Slate writer April Glaser. (ProPublica is one of many news entities funded by Soros. His Open Society Foundation gave at least $737,411 to the non-profit journalism group.) Continue reading
Bloomberg – by Henry Meyer, Arne Delfs
Russia is urging Germany and France to break ranks with their American ally and help rebuild Syria so that refugees can go home, a senior adviser to the Russian government said.
There’s little prospect of a deal with the U.S., which is now vowing to keep troops in Syria until Iran withdraws, Vitaly Naumkin said in an interview. Russia is instead focused on efforts to organize a Syria summit in Turkey with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron. The plan is being held up by European demands for a transition away from Bashar al-Assad’s rule. Continue reading
LifeSite News – by Alex Schadenberg
A recent report from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto states that they are not only ready to do euthanasia on children but their policy states that a child should be able to die by euthanasia without the consent or knowledge of the parents.
According to an article by Sharon Kirkey for Sun Media, the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto published their policy on euthanasia and assisted suicide as a report in the recent Journal of Medical Ethics. According to Kirkey: Continue reading
Natural News – by S.D. Wells
The majority of “farm” animals in America are not raised in pastures, wandering around out in the sunshine and fresh air, as the meat and dairy industries hope all the carnivores (and vegetarians) would believe. Even most fish harvested for mass consumption are not “wild caught,” but rather bred in crowded lakes or even indoor tanks while being shot up with growth hormones, genetically modified with larger breeds (like salmon with eel), and jacked up with antibiotics to stave off infections. More than 75 percent of the world’s antibiotics are given to “farmed” animals in confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) in an attempt to eliminate infections from the overcrowded quarters that are infested with urine and feces. It gets worse. Those antibiotics fail to kill off the most dangerous kinds of bacteria – E. coli and yes, deadly Salmonella. Continue reading
Las Vegas casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is pumping tens of millions of dollars more into Republican Party coffers in an 11th-hour push to save their congressional majorities, according to two senior Republicans familiar with the donation.
The contributions were made to a pair of GOP super PACs tied to congressional Republicans, Senate Leadership Fund and Congressional Leadership Fund. They are expected to be reported in public filings with the Federal Election Commission by Oct. 15. Continue reading
Dozens of Palestinian students have been injured after armed Israeli settlers and soldiers raided a high school in the occupied West Bank, a report says.
The Palestinian Ma’an news agency, citing Ghassan Daghlas, an official who monitors settlement activities in the region, reported that around 18 heavily armed Israeli settlers from the Yitzhar settlement broke into the high school in Urif village, located in southern Nablus, on Wednesday. Continue reading
Sites dealing with government transparency, pages dedicated to police brutality and alternative media – take a closer look at the top ten accounts with millions of followers that were recently suspended by Twitter and Facebook. Continue reading
SHTF Plan – by Mac Slavo
Gun control advocate, Jamie Lee Curtis has become an icon for armed self-defense with her participation in the new Halloween movie sequel. She may have done so unintentionally, but the movie no doubt shows why those who are could become victims should arm themselves.
Breitbart originally did a run-down about Curtis’ character and the how and why she became an icon for armed self-defense. In the new Halloween sequel, she plays the central role she made iconic in the 1978 original. Rotten Tomatoes noted that “Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.” Continue reading
Independent – by Colin Drury
An Israeli court has ordered two New Zealand women to pay damages after they wrote a letter urging the pop star Lorde to cancel a show in Tel Aviv as part of a cultural boycott.
Justine Sachs and Nadia Abu-Shanab have been told to pay NZ$18,000 (£8,860) after penning the open letter which the Grammy Award-winning singer later appeared to suggest influenced her decision to drop the June performance. Continue reading
ICANN has scheduled the Root Zone Key Signing Key (KSK) Rollover for today, and it could affect some DNS users all over the world.
By Rolling the KSK, ICANN implies that a new cryptographic public and private key pair will be generated and the private key will be distributed to internet service providers, enterprise network administrators, and Domain Name System (DNS) resolver operators. Continue reading
Soon nowhere will be safe from Big Brother’s prying eyes. Imagine walking down Main St., and seeing officer friendly approaching you. As the officer approaches you, he or she has already scanned your face against a 15 million person database and knows if you have any outstanding tickets, warrants etc.
That is the future of American policing. Continue reading
The College Fix – by Daniel Payne
Administrators at Long Island University Post recently called a student into a meeting after that student posted photos of himself on Facebook legally handing unloaded firearms at an off-campus event.
The meeting occurred after another student told the university that the student who handled the guns, Anand Venigalla, “might have violent intentions.” Neither the university nor the student appear to have had any evidence that Venigalla had any violent tendencies or desires whatsoever. Continue reading
Thanks to the research of fellow Trenchers.
Beware of Photog Christopher Sadowski, Notorious Copyright Troll
I want to bring attention to this guy. He’s a photographer from New Jersey. He licenses photos to the New York Post and news organizations in Northern New Jersey. He’s also a notorious copyright troll that has filed multiple lawsuits using different lawyers including Mathew Higbee. Don’t use this guy’s stuff no matter what kind of photo it is. Even if it’s a picture of a car that is double parked, Sadowski will come after you for it with an outrageous amount. Continue reading
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Owensboro, KY — Time and again, as the Free Thought Project has consistently reported, police officers will enter the home of an innocent person and kill them. As is the case most of the time, the officers aren’t charged despite gross negligence leading up to the innocent homeowner’s death. Or, if the homeowner does successfully defend themselves, they are often charged. In rare instances, however, homeowners defend themselves against the officers who come onto their property with no warrant or mistakenly and they are deemed justified in doing so. Continue reading