Orchestrated un-creation of the fabric of free speech—this is what we’re seeing.
Several of the biggest “conservative/libertarian” figures on the Net—Alex Jones, Dennis Prager, Stefan Molyneux, among others—have recently been banned/censored by Google, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media companies. Continue reading
Activist Post – by Joe Jankowski
NATO has launched the largest war games to take place in Latvia since the country became independent in 1918.
The military games, which have been in preparation for four years, are scheduled to include military and police addressing “spontaneous” unrest in Russian-populated towns, reports RT. Continue reading
Trudeau continues to escalate his anti-Canadian rhetoric.
Justin Trudeau has now signalled that he will keep demonizing Canadians who want our border laws followed.
After a woman in Quebec asked him if there would be reimbursement for the cost of illegal border crossers, Justin Trudeau accused her of ‘racism,’ ‘intolerance,’ and said she had “no place” in Canada. Continue reading
This photo was taken around 6 PM on Saturday, 8/18/2018, from our home in south central Missouri as the smoke in the atmosphere made the sun easily visible.
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Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins
A California Senate committee and an assembly committee passed a total of seven new gun control bills during the past week.
The majority of the bills expand gun controls that are already in place.
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) reported on the seven gun control bills: Continue reading
MISSOURI CITY, TX (KTRK/CNN) – A man and woman died after an early morning shooting at a Texas plant.
Police say the female shooter worked at The Ben E. Keith Food Distribution Plant in the Metro Houston area.
About 2:30 Monday morning police say the woman walked into the warehouse area and began shooting. Continue reading
LEWISVILLE — A man is accused of fatally stabbing and beating his 16-month-old son before a neighbor at his Lewisville apartment complex attempted to stop the attack by shooting him in the leg, police said Sunday.
Witnesses reported that a man was stabbing or beating a child about 12:40 p.m. in a courtyard at the Oak Forest Apartments on South State Highway 121 Business near Bellaire Boulevard. Continue reading
The full extent of the wildfires ravaging the West Coast of the US has been revealed.
An experimental map created by the NOAA shows the current movement of the smoke across the U.S.
The West Coast of the United States is shrouded in smoke from the 110 large fires (this does not include smaller fires within each complex of fires) that have erupted across the region during this fire season. Continue reading
Free Thought Project – by John Vibes
Former Tesla employee Karl Hansen has gone public this week, with allegations that the company’s battery factory in Nevada has connections to Mexican drug cartels, and is being used as a base of operations to traffic drugs. Hansen said that he was fired after he told management at the company about how a number of employees were involved with drug trafficking. Hansen also says that management at the company intimidated him and told him not to bring his allegations to police. Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
New research from economist and author John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center reveals that Americans have been applying for permits to carry concealed weapons (CCW) in record numbers, especially among women.
According to Lott, there were 890,000 CCW permits issued in 2017, while 4.6 million have been issued between 2007 and 2018, according to official state records – meaning 2017 saw a jump of nearly 24% in one year. Continue reading
Bloomberg – by Julian Lee
Oil’s popularity isn’t what it used to be.
It’s not just a looming global trade war. As I’ve written, not only will tariffs and retaliatory measures stifle the activity that normally stokes consumption, they’ll squeeze economies everywhere. That’s a good way to stifle demand.
But that’s not the only problem the market faces.
Dramatic video shows a 70-year-old man and his son trying to drive through a wildfire in Glacier National Park in Montana.
Justin Bilton posted the video online earlier this week after their miraculous escape, ABCFoxMontana reports. On YouTube he titled the video, “That time we drove through hell in Glacier National Park (Howe Ridge).” Continue reading
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Clayton County, GA — In the land of the free, practicing democracy is often futile and even more often, highly corrupt. Illustrating the corrupt nature of this process is a case out of Georgia in which a sheriff with a history of alleged criminal activity is accused of harassing, intimidating, and even arresting innocent people who challenge his authority.
On August 10, Robert Hawes, a former deputy with the Clayton County sheriff’s department, announced that he would be running against the incumbent Sheriff Victor Hill. Days later police would be in his home, kidnapping his wife. Continue reading
Dave Hodges is showing his Jewishness, the man with all the answers!!
The Common Sense Show – by Dave Hodges
A sign of things to come? In December of 2017 the Cook County Commissioners openly planned to bring in UN troops ostensibly designed to curb gang violence in the Windy City. Now, Chicago has just had a weekend where 75 people were shot. This kind of situation will the gateway to allow foreign peacekeepers on our soil. Here is the entire story. Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
More proof has emerged confirming that China has erected expansive ‘re-education centers’ for up to a million or more ethnic Uighurs in what a recent United Nations statement said resembles a “massive internment camp that is shrouded in secrecy”.
The minority Turkic speaking ethno-religious group concentrated in the western Chinese province of Xinjiang has found itself under increased persecution and oversight by Chinese authorities of late as their mostly Sunni Islamic identity and separatist politics have resulted in historic tensions with the Communist government. Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
Wisconsin technology firm Three Square Market has injected 80 employees with their own brand of RFID microchips over the last year, and according to MIT Technology Review, “they love it.”
The implant, which is about the size of a grain of rice, utilizes Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, also found in credit cards, debit cards, key fobs, and smartphones. This technology is considered “passive,” meaning the microchip stores data that can be read by other devices but cannot read data themselves. Continue reading