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Israeli security forces used stun grenades and rubber bullets against Palestinians outside the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, where thousands of worshipers had been attending Friday prayers, puncturing a half-day of calm brought on by a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
A CNN journalist at the mosque compound said dozens of Israeli officers hit journalists with batons and tried to point rifles at them, calling them “liars” when they showed them their press cards. Continue reading “Israeli forces clash with Palestinians outside Al Aqsa mosque after Gaza ceasefire”
Multiple arrests have reportedly been made after violent attacks, including with incendiary devices, appeared to target Jews in the Times Square area of New York City on Thursday afternoon.
The incidents follow a wave of similar attacks on Jewish people around the world as Israel battled Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip in recent days. Continue reading “‘Frightening’ Firework Attacks Target New York City’s Heavily Jewish Diamond District”
Mounted Border Patrol officers arrested nearly three dozen border crossers decked out in camo near the Arizona–New Mexico state line, an official said Thursday.
“The Douglas Station’s #Horse Patrol Unit arrested a group of 32 migrants after illegally crossing the border,” interim Chief Patrol Agent for the Tucson Sector John Modlin announced on Twitter. “The 32 Mexican Nationals utilized camouflage clothing to blend into the surrounding vegetation.” Continue reading “Border Patrol nabs 32 Mexican nationals dressed in camo in Arizona”
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Emmitsburg, PA — One of the most oft-repeated phrases by the police apologist crowd goes like this, “if you don’t want to get shot by police, don’t do anything wrong.” Time and again, the Free Thought Project blows this myth out of the water by reporting extreme cases of completely innocent people being beaten, arrested, and even killed — and they had “done nothing wrong.”
In the following example, an innocent child in Pennsylvania was nearly turned into Swiss cheese by a Frederick County sheriff’s deputy and Pennsylvania trooper who mistook him for a murder suspect and opened fire on him. The cowardly, trigger happy duo fired 8 rounds at the innocent bystander, whose only “crime” was crossing paths with these two cops. Continue reading “Cops Mistake Innocent Child for Criminal, Open Fire, Dumping 8 Rounds at Him”
Zero Hedge – by Thomas Lifson, American Thinker
Take it from the New York Times and Washington Post: nothing to see here, move along. Definitely not a bribe.
Emails recovered from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop reveal that while Joe Biden was vice president, a trust for his grandchildren – the children of his late son Beau Biden – received a hundred thousand dollars from a foundation controlled by former FBI Director Louis Freeh, who was a lawyer for 3 corrupt foreign businessmen, later convicted and imprisoned.
Continue reading “Why Did Former FBI Director Freeh Give $100k To A Trust For VP Biden’s Grandkids In 2016?”
Lawmakers from Tennessee are sounding the alarm after reports that the Biden administration has been flying unaccompanied minors into the state in the middle of the night without their knowledge.
The White House is transporting migrants into an airport in Chattanooga from where they are bused to cities within the Southeast, as first reported by local news outlet WRCB-TV Channel 3. Continue reading “Tennessee lawmakers alarmed by reports White House secretly flying migrant children into state”
Gun and ammunition sales are surging as the country begins to reopen from the pandemic.
In 2020, the FBI processed a record 39.7 million firearm background checks – the most of any year since the agency started recording the data. This year, data indicated that there could be another record set, with firearm background checks up over 30% from this time last year. Continue reading “Gun and ammunition sales are booming as firearm background checks surge, and the CEO of Vista Outdoor says millennials and women are leading the charge”
New York Post – by Bruce Golding
Jewish diners at a Los Angeles restaurant were assaulted by a pro-Palestinian mob during an incident that Mayor Eric Garcetti called an “organized, anti-Semitic attack,” according to a report.
Witnesses told CBSLA that the assailants were waving Palestinian flags when they pulled up to the Sushi Fumi restaurant in Beverly Grove. Continue reading “Pro-Palestinian mob reportedly attacks Jewish patrons at LA restaurant”
KQEN News Radio
Beginning Monday, deputies with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office along with law enforcement agencies throughout Oregon will use federally funded overtime to educate the public about safety belt and child seat laws, including a law passed in 2017 increasing safety for children under age two.
Sergeant Mark Norris of DCSO said “These grant dollars allow us to educate the public in hopes of reducing injury or fatal car crashes”. Norris said the goal is not to write citations, but to gain compliance with the law and ensure the safety of the motoring public in Douglas County. Continue reading “Click It or Ticket begins Monday”
Democrats on the House Foreign Affairs Committee backed away on Tuesday from requesting a delay in a planned U.S. arms sale to Israel, but signaled they would continue to pressure the White House on its policy toward the region.
According to multiple reports, Chairman Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y., had been expected to request a delay in the sale of $735 million in precision-guided missiles amid ongoing clashes between the Israeli military and Hamas militants that have left hundreds dead. Continue reading “Democrats back off demand that Biden delay U.S. arms sale to Israel”
Around 39 million U.S. households will begin receiving periodic Child Tax Credit (CTC) payments worth up to $300 on July 15, a new benefit from the latest stimulus package, the Treasury Department announced Monday.
The $1.9 trillion American Rescue plan includes a one-year expansion of the CTC that increases the credit amount and allows it to be distributed in periodic payments in advance. Democrats want to extend the bolstered credit through 2025 as part of their infrastructure plan. Continue reading “39 million households to get monthly child tax credit payments starting July 15”
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Palestinians grabbed their children and belongings and fled neighborhoods on the outskirts of Gaza City on Friday as Israel unleashed a heavy barrage of tank fire and airstrikes, killing a family of 6 in their home. Israel said it was clearing a network of militant tunnels ahead of a possible ground invasion.
Israel has massed troops along the border and called up 9,000 reservists as fighting intensifies with the Islamic militant group Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip. Palestinian militants have fired some 1,800 rockets, and the Israeli military has launched more than 600 airstrikes, toppling at least three high-rise apartment buildings, and has shelled some areas with tanks stationed near the frontier. Continue reading “Palestinians flee as Israeli artillery pounds northern Gaza”
Colonial Pipeline paid the hackers who shut down some of its networks nearly $5 million in ransom, a U.S. official familiar with the matter said Thursday.
News of the payment was first reported by Bloomberg. The U.S. official did not say how or when the company paid. Continue reading “Colonial Pipeline paid nearly $5 million to hackers in ransomware attack”
WASHINGTON – The Biden administration dispatched a top State Department diplomat to the Middle East “immediately” to try to de-escalate the deadly conflict between Israel and Hamas, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Wednesday.
President Joe Biden faces growing pressure to help stem the violence and heightened international alarm over the spiraling death toll. The United Nations’ special coordinator for the Middle East, Tor Wennesland, warned on Wednesday that the situation “is escalating toward full scale war.” Continue reading “Amid warnings of a ‘full scale war,’ Biden administration dispatches envoy to Middle East”
National Review – by Wesley J Smith
The CDC has published a technically true — but profoundly misleading — statistic about the chance of outdoor infection. The story is brought to us by New York Times journalist David Leonhardt in his daily, “The Morning Newsletter”:
When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidelines last month for mask wearing, it announced that “less than 10 percent” of Covid-19 transmission was occurring outdoors. Media organizations repeated the statistic, and it quickly became a standard description of the frequency of outdoor transmission.
Continue reading “CDC Misleads: Calls .01 Percent Chance of Infection, ‘Less Than 10 Percent’”
A California police officer has been killed in the line of duty and another one injured after they were shot while serving a search warrant.
The incident occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m. at an apartment complex in San Luis Obispo, California — approximately 10 miles north of Pismo beach — when the two officers arrived at the residence on Camellia Court, off of Margarita Avenue near South Higuera Street in the city, according to a statement issued by the city of San Luis Obispo. Continue reading “Police officer shot and killed in line of duty while serving search warrant to suspect”
KDRV 12, May 6, 2021
CHILOQUIN, Ore. — Firefighters worked through the night to surround the Meadow Fire, which grew from prescribed burn operations scrapped on Wednesday morning.
According to the South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership (SCOFMP), the Meadow Fire burns on 815 acres within the 4,000-acre area originally planned for the North 2 prescribed burn. The fire is roughly five miles northeast of Chiloquin, and officials say it is still moving away from the community. Continue reading “Fire crews fully line Meadow Fire in prescribed burn area near Chiloquin”
The Sara Carter Show
The Granite School District Board of Education had to cut its Tuesday meeting short when about 40 protestors erupted into chants of “no more masks!” During the meeting, the board was seeking public comment on K-12 mask requirements in the district. Continue reading “‘No more masks’: Disgruntled parents shut down Utah school board meeting over K-12 mask order”
FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Governor Greg Abbott expressed confidence Tuesday, May 4 that the Texas legislature will pass a permit-less or constitutional-carry bill this session. “I think it can get across the finish line.”
He said last week he would sign the legislation if it arrives at his desk. Continue reading “Gov. Greg Abbott Confident Legislature Will Pass Constitutional Carry Bill: ‘I Think It Can Get Across The Finish Line’”
A Nashville police officer was shot while responding to a 911 call of a woman shot at a house — and the department says it believes the call was a “setup” by the shooter to get authorities to respond.
Officers were fired upon as soon as they arrived at the house Tuesday evening, police spokesperson Kris Mumford told ABC News. Continue reading “Nashville officer shot while responding to ‘setup’ 911 call; suspect dead: Police”