I do believe this is the 4th plank of communism. And maybe now people will understand the real reason for the so-called round up of illegals and the hired provocateurs who as I stated some time ago, never really attack any establishment figures they claim to hate.
Anti-Meda – by James Holbrooks
If Republicans in Arizona’s senate have their way, police in that state could soon have the power to seize assets and property from protesters, the Arizona Capitol Times reports.
From a February 22 article: Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
Another day, another reversal of a legacy Obama policy.
Moments ago, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions reversed an Obama-era memo to phase out the use of private prisons, signalling his support for federal use of such facilities and advising that the Bureau of Prisons will “return to its previous approach to the use of private prisons.”
Breitbart – by Edwin Mora
The various U.S. military branches are reportedly drafting proposals to expand in response to President Donald Trump’s pledge to rebuild America’s “depleted” fighting force.
Fox News has learned:
The Air Force wants to expand its forces by 30,000 airmen over the next five-to-six years. The Army wants to expand by roughly that amount by October, according to a defense official who shared the plan with Fox News but was not authorized to do so.
Liberty Fight – by Martin Hill
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency, described by Wikipedia as a not-for-profit “international news agency and wire service serving Jewish community newspapers and media around the world,” ran a story with a very interesting admission on Tuesday, asserting that the sudden alleged rash of bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers were “Hoax bomb threats.”
The JTA was founded exactly 100 years ago this month and is based in New York City. Continue reading
Wall Street Journal – by FELICIA SCHWARTZ and JOSÉ DE CÓRDOBA
MEXICO CITY—Top U.S. officials arrived for talks here Wednesday to find a defiant Mexican government refusing to accept President Donald Trump’s tougher immigration and deportation policies.
“I want to make it emphatically clear that neither Mexico’s government or the Mexican people have any reason to accept provisions that have been unilaterally imposed by one government on the other,” Mexico’s Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said at a ceremony on Wednesday. Continue reading
The Effects of a Social Security Number – by Peter Hendrickson
A highly motivated student of the subject should find the information on this page sufficient for purposes of effectively guiding the remainder of their education regarding the “income” tax. Understand that that education will require the seeking out of the actual statutes-in-force, of which the internal revenue code is merely representative. The federal government does not make most of these available on the internet; consequently what will generally be found on this page are excerpts from, and links to, only the code versions of these statutes. Continue reading
Masonic Lodge of Education
Would you like to belong to the oldest and largest fraternity in the world?
Here is how: You must first find a Masonic lodge location near you, contact them, and ask for a petition.
If you become a Free Mason, you will: Continue reading
Charlotte Observer – by Katherine Peralta
A billboard on Interstate 40 West near Winston-Salem is angering many who say its message is offensive to women.
The board reads: “Real men provide. Real women appreciate it.” The owner of a Winston-Salem women’s boutique called Kleur has organized a demonstration against the billboard’s message for Sunday at 11 a.m. Continue reading
Disgraced former Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. is claiming $138,400 a year from the federal government in benefit checks, it has emerged.
The former Democrat politician and son of Reverend Jesse Jackson, 51, was sentenced to 30 months in prison in 2013 for taking $750,000 from his own campaign funds.
Now, details of his benefits package – which he gets for bipolar disorder and depression – have emerged, leaving critics questioning how he is eligible for the money, the Chicago Tribune has reported. Continue reading
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Archive: TWFTT 2-23-17
As Donald Trump becomes the latest U.S. president to attempt a ‘reset’ with Russia, a key Republican ally is pressing the White House not to lose sight of an emerging battle for influence that Moscow is currently winning – in the Arctic.
Russia has aggressively built up its fleet of ships cruising Arctic waters, while the U.S. has fallen far behind. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., is now urging Trump to counter that influence by funding additional so-called “icebreakers” for the U.S. Coast Guard, as well as drones to help the U.S. patrol. Continue reading
KNPR – by Carrie Kaufman
The trial of six defendants accused of being gunmen for Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy during a tense standoff with federal authorities in April 2014 enters its second week in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas.
KNPR contributor John L. Smith has been monitoring the trial and he joins us as he does each week with his observations on the news.
Last week, we learned of plenty of dramatic photos and video footage of the standoff outside the Bundy ranch on April 12, 2014. Continue reading
Headspace is one of the most critical measures in your rifle. A quick definition: the distance from the face of the locked bolt to a datum line or shoulder in the chamber that arrests the forward movement of the cartridge. The term originated when all cartridges had protruding rims, so the measure was initially taken only at the head. Now it includes other spans. Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
What an interesting turn of events. Days after outspoken Trump-supporter Milo Yiannopoulos appeared on Bill Maher’s panel of idiots where he was subject to a liberal hit-job, the left decided to execute operation McMuffin; a collaboration between liberals and former CIA “never-Trumper” Evan McMullin to strategically release dredged up flippant remarks Milo made about homosexual grooming – which led to a canceled book deal and his resignation as tech editor for Breitbart. With over 1500 sex trafficking and child exploitation arrests in the first month of Trump’s presidency, this was clearly the left’s desperate attempt to try and insinuate some sort of hypocrisy on the right concerning pedophilia. Weak. Continue reading
More than 200 protesters arrested during the inauguration of US President Donald Trump have been indicted on felony rioting charges.
A federal grand jury in Washington, DC, indicted a total of 214 people Tuesday in connection with the January 20 demonstration which drew thousands of protesters to downtown Washington as Trump was being sworn in. Continue reading