September Auction for From the Trenches

Mary, Galen, and Mark Schumacher are sponsoring an auction to raise funds for From the Trenches World Report.

This way, the Trenchers will get what they want and the Trenches will be supported.  Continue reading

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Order for the Copyright Lawsuit

Well it is three business days past the 120th business day of the serving of the fraudulent lawsuit and we have an order from the court.  Now we can show the whole sequence of events leading up to today so that you can understand that you are a subject slave and that your Bill of Rights has been unlawfully removed and that there is no law for the American nationals for the united States of the Americas.

Note all the dates as dates are important.   Continue reading

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The Common Law Writ for the Mandamus for the Response

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

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American Airlines Emergency Landing After Passenger Smokes Joint

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New Study Documents Depleted Uranium Impacts on Children in Iraq

David Swanson

In the years following 2003, the U.S. military dotted Iraq with over 500 military bases, many of them close to Iraqi cities. These cities suffered the impacts of bombs, bullets, chemical and other weapons, but also the environmental damage of open burn pits on U.S. bases, abandoned tanks and trucks, and the storage of weapons on U.S. bases, including depleted uranium weapons. Here’s a map of some of the U.S. bases:  Continue reading

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Saudis Pound Yemen After Houthis’ Truce Offer

Anti-War – by Jason Ditz

Officially, Saudi Arabia expressed surprise and a little caution over Friday’s offer by Yemen’s Houthi movement of a joint truce. The weekend, however, left little doubt as to the Saudi answer to this overture.

At least 27 Saudi airstrikes were reported against targets in northern Yemen in just the last 24 hours. The Houthis described the attacks as a “dangerous escalation,” and reiterated they’d meant to get everyone together for a peace process.  Continue reading

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‘The One Where They Commit War Crimes’: IDF tweet celebrating Friends sitcom’s 25th anniversary backfires spectacularly


The Israel Defense Forces tweeted out a video recreating the title sequence of Friends on the sitcom’s 25th anniversary. Judging from social media reactions, even the IDF’s friends thought it was in bad taste.

The video posted on the IDF’s official English language account shows a group of young soldiers in front of a fountain with the title ‘IDFriends’.  Continue reading

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In gun buyback talk, how do you round up so many weapons?

Yahoo News

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke’s recent vow to take away people’s AR-15 and AK-47 rifles raised one big question: How is it possible to round up the millions of such guns that exist in the United States?

The number of AR-15 and AK-47s in the U.S. is estimated at a staggering 16 million, creating logistical challenges to take them out of circulation. Many gun owners are also unwilling to turn over the weapons, and if the government offered to buy them all back at face value, the price tag could easily run into the billions of dollars.  Continue reading

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A Century Of Climate Crisis

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Doug Casey on Why the State Is a “Parasite on Society”

Casey Research – by Doug Casey

Allow me to say a few things that some of you may find shocking, offensive, or even incomprehensible. On the other hand, I suspect many or most of you may agree – but either haven’t crystallized your thoughts, or are hesitant to express them. I wonder if it will be safe to say them in another five years…  Continue reading

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Infuriating Report Reveals DMVs Across the US are Selling Your Personal Info and Making Millions

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Anyone who has ever had to stand in a long line to pay the state for the privilege of renewing your driver’s license knows how infuriating that experience can be. The bureaucratic high-horse mentality of many of the DMV workers is so brazen and overt that DMVs have earned a notoriously horrid reputation in every state. But more infuriating than long lines and power-tripping bureaucrats, however, it the fact that according to a new report, these power-tripping bureaucrats are selling your data to private entities.  Continue reading

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Russia Slams US General for Plan to Destroy Russia’s Air Defenses

Anti-War – by Jason Ditz

It goes without saying that the US and Russia both have many, many plans to attack one another. Generally speaking, however, it’s been treated as bad form to bring them up, and worse form to brag about them.

So Russia is criticizing US General Jeffrey Harrigian for talking up how the US has plans to destroy all air defenses in the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, saying there should be “no doubt” the US could do it. Continue reading

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Disaster Ahead? Hawaii’s Economy Will Slow To “Near Standstill”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

We published a report last week revealing how Michigan has the highest probability of entering a recession later this year, with Hawaii having the second-highest chances.

In the latest forecast, published last Friday, the Economic Research Organization at the University of Hawaii (UHERO) warns Hawaii is “poorly positioned for risks” associated with an economic shock that could tip the island economy into a recession.  Continue reading

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“Stiff, Strong, And Tough” – Researchers Discover New Plastic That Could Revolutionize Body Armor

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Researchers at the University of Buffalo (UB), funded by the Army Research Office (ARO), have developed a new plastic that could be used for advanced body armor, combat helmets, ballistic plates, and or even armor for vehicles.

The UB-led research team, fascinated by mollusk-grown gems, used inspiration from nature to create a lightweight plastic that is 14 times stronger and eight times lighter than steel and “ideal for absorbing the impact of bullets and other projectiles,” UB Now saidContinue reading

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Tom Homan: Lawmakers want California to ignore immigration laws, as if it were an independent nation

Fox News

Driven by Trump Derangement Syndrome, the Democratic-controlled far-left California Legislature is determined to stop the Trump administration from enforcing immigration laws enacted by Congress and past presidents. By doing this, the Legislature is effectively making the absurd claim that it has the power to ignore federal law.

The California Legislature’s latest effort would eventually ban the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) from housing illegal immigrants in privately operated prisons in California.  Continue reading

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US Army Smashes Recruitment Goals By Preying On Hopeless Millennials With Student Debt

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

The US Army has finally discovered the secret formula, well not a secret anymore, in attracting snowflake millennials into the Army ahead of a possible shooting war with Iran and or down the road, with China. That is, target millennials who are suffering from the student debt crisis, reported Vice News. Continue reading

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Israel’s Mossad chief prepares to become Netanyahu’s successor

Middle East Monitor

Chief of Israeli Mossad, Yossi Cohen, is preparing to succeed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as the head of the Likud party, Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper reported on Friday.

In the past, Netanyahu has hinted to Cohen as a possible replacement for him, among other figures of Likud.  Continue reading

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Israel’s Lieberman says not backing Netanyahu or Gantz for PM


Jerusalem (AFP) – Israeli ex-defence minister Avigdor Lieberman said Sunday he will not endorse either Benjamin Netanyahu or Benny Gantz for prime minister following last week’s deadlocked elections.  Continue reading

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Penn State Prof: Social Credit Will Shift Law in the West “From Constitution… to Analytics and Algorithm”

Old Thinker News – by Daniel Taylor

A 2018 paper written by prominent law professor Larry Backer of Penn State discussed the ways in which a social credit system could be implemented in the west. Backer writes that the shift in law with this system will “…change the focus of public law from constitution and rule of law to analytics and algorithm…”  Continue reading

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Who Killed Dorothy Kilgallen? We Chat with Author Mark Shaw

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Florida grandmother outraged after 6-year-old arrested for ‘tantrum’


ORLANDO, Fla. (CNN/WKMG) — A Florida grandmother was shocked to find out her 6-year-old granddaughter had been arrested Thursday for throwing a tantrum.

Meralyn Kirkland says Kaia’s journey to the juvenile detention center by Orlando Police Officers began at Lucious and Emma Nixon Elementary charter school.  Continue reading

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Fed Loses Control of its Benchmark Interest: Repo Rates through the Roof!

The Great Recession

Well, that didn’t take long! Four days ago, I stated the following in an article titled “Why are Bonds Going for Broke?“:

Central banks are losing control, and are admitting they don’t even understand what is happening.  

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