Got to thinking about the hundred mile drive to Medford and the back roads where there is no cell service. Got to thinking about a man who had an appointment to meet a sheriff and was ambushed and murdered. So I opted to do a whole bunch more work and file by certified mail with return receipt.
The Mandamus was constructed from our Bill of Rights and a couple of cites from the Library of Congress. I believe everything is pretty cut and dry. Continue reading
Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins
Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto (D) is pushing firearm confiscation orders, bans on commonly-owned semiautomatic firearms and “high capacity” magazines.
Following the October 27 attack on the gun and security-free Tree of Life Synagogue, Peduto voiced opposition to hiring armed guards to protect congregants. Eleven innocents were killed when a gunman entered the synagogue and no one could shoot back. Continue reading
A Tennessee mother unloaded 34 rounds of ammunition into her four children, killing them all before turning the gun on herself, according to newly released autopsy reports.
Cynthia Collier, 55, brutally killed her adopted kids, Kaileigh Lin Collier, 17, Lia Lin Collier, 15, Bo Li Collier and Meigan Lin Collier, both 14, in October in what police have called a murder-suicide. Continue reading
Activist Post – by Catherine Frompovich
The dramatic unrelenting push for 5G implementation has an “unknown” infrastructure called “Dark Fiber,” as explained in the following video. Since I’m not familiar with Dark Fiber, I am leaving it up to readers to take seriously, plus investigate, what’s said by the researcher who produced the video.
5G has one thousand (1,000) times the capacity of 4G, which was never studied for adverse health reactions or effects! Continue reading
The Intercept – by Glenn Greenwald
A CHILDREN’S SPEECH PATHOLOGIST who has worked for the last nine years with developmentally disabled, autistic, and speech-impaired elementary school students in Austin, Texas, has been told that she can no longer work with the public school district, after she refused to sign an oath vowing that she “does not” and “will not” engage in a boycott of Israel or “otherwise tak[e] any action that is intended to inflict economic harm” on that foreign nation. A lawsuit on her behalf was filed early Monday morning in a federal court in the Western District of Texas, alleging a violation of her First Amendment right of free speech. Continue reading
WYFF 4 News
Police in Ohio are warning Netflix customers to beware of emails that appear to be sent from the streaming service.
Police in Solon, Ohio, recently shared a screenshot of a phishing email designed to steal personal information. The email claims the user’s account is on hold because Netflix is “having some trouble with your current billing information.” Continue reading
Is freedom of choice an illusion?
The rapid rise of variation in everyday goods and services, from which cereal we eat in the morning to which toothpaste we brush our teeth with at night, gives the perception of unlimited choice. For example, if you’re deciding which bottled water to buy, the possibilities range from budget brands, like Deer Park or Ozarka, to higher-end options, like Perrier or S. Pellegrino. But this appearance of choice is actually manufactured. All of the aforementioned brands are owned by one company: Nestle. Continue reading
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Kansas City, MO – After sentencing a former Independence police officer to four years in prison for violating the constitutional rights of a minor, a federal judge released the dash cam video revealing the overzealous cop tazing the teen for no reason and brutally slamming his head onto the street. Although the innocent teen went into cardiac arrest, which resulted in oxygen deprivation and brain damage, the aggressive officer can be seen in the video repeatedly using excessive force on the boy’s unresponsive body. Now, four years after this savage act was recorded on video, the victim has been awarded over $6 million in damages. Continue reading
CNBC – by Stephanie Landsman
Ron Paul is warning this year’s corrections could be a precursor to an epic market collapse that may come sooner than investors think.
According to the former Republican presidential candidate, Wall Street is becoming more vulnerable to near-depression conditions within the next 12 months. Continue reading
World Events and the Bible
This article documents the title you have just read. Did Syria’s leadership have a say in the matter? Of course not. Do you see how the global narrative stays the same despite the change in U.S. leadership? Why do you think that is?
It is due to the children of Satan’s control over this nation. It does not matter who becomes “elected,” those running for office were already “selected” for usand it matters not who wins any so-called “fair election“. This should remind us of the Jones Plantation. Continue reading
Reason – by Jacob Sullum
On Friday the Florida Supreme Court confirmed that police officers as well as other citizens are immune from prosecution under state law when they legally use deadly force in self-defense. Under Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” self-defense law, that means they are entitled to a pretrial hearing testing their self-defense claim before prosecutors can go to trial. Continue reading
The Great Recession
The Big Bear is back. Ursa Majoris in the house of the rising sun, and Taurus is in the house of the setting sun. Those are bad signs for investors who are now daily diving into their horoscopes. The market is pouring out of an inverted Big Dipper, otherwise known as the Big Bear (Ursa Major), and no one (not even the Fed chair) nor any positive event seems able to stop it. I can easily tell you why. Continue reading
LMT Online – by Peter Hermann, The Washington Post
WASHINGTON – The D.C. Council on Tuesday could pass new laws restricting the ability of gun owners to modify weapons and require police to seize guns while enforcing protective orders in domestic disputes.
The latter provision – known as a “red flag law” – is gaining popularity, with variants implemented in more than a dozen states, including Maryland. The D.C. version would mandate that authorities take firearms out of the hands of suspected abusers more quickly than is permitted under existing laws. Other proposed laws, if passed, would the ban rapid-fire attachments known as bump stocks and increase penalties for extended magazines, accessories that allow guns to fire faster and hold more bullets. Continue reading
The Organic Prepper – by Meadow Clark
Google used to have an iconic clause in its code of conduct that said, “Don’t be evil.” Yet the clause was recently and quietly sent down the memory hole.
Given the recent House Judiciary Committee hearing involving Google CEO Sundar Pichai to testify on issues like the secretive Dragonfly project that would install a special censorship search engine for Chinese citizens…it’s a little creepy. Continue reading