Campus Reform – by Aiden Shank

The student newspaper at the University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee posted an opinion-editorial containing instructions on how to make and use a Molotov cocktail.

The editor-in-chief of the UWM Post, Adam Kelnhofer, wrote an op-ed on June 14 going over the history of the Molotov cocktail after protests broke out in Milwaukee following the death of George Floyd. The op-ed included instructions on how to “make a Molotov cocktail.” Continue reading “Student newspaper publishes instructions on how to make a Molotov cocktail”

Libertas Bella – by Alex Horsman

The People’s Republic of China isn’t exactly a favorite of the American public. Since the Wuhan Coronavirus outbreak of early 2020, Americans are questioning whether or not all of that cheap plastic junk from Wal-Mart doesn’t come with a hidden cost.

It’s not just about the virus: There is also the spectre of deindustrialization, which has been a social disaster for the United States, particularly the rust belt. What’s more, Tucker Carlson and others reported during the early days of the Wuhan Coronavirus outbreak that the United States was dependent on China for basic medical supplies, such as penicillin.  Continue reading “China “Pwns” Us: How the Chinese Are Buying Up America”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Enterprise, AL — To any of our frequent readers here at the Free Thought Project, it is no secret that police officers are routinely caught preying on society’s most vulnerable. As the following case out of Alabama shows us, even their own children are not safe from the most horrifying harm.

On Friday, Enterprise police officer Tomas Arias was arrested over a dozen charges stemming from the repeated sexual assault and child porn production of children who were under his care. Continue reading “Cop Arrested on Horrifying Charges for Using His Own Children to Make Child Porn”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

In the seventh month of the virus pandemic, New York City is still in shambles, with more than half a million residents unemployed as the small business collapse continues. Broadway is closed, Manhattan offices are empty as remote work dominates, violent crime is surging, and an exodus of people from the city has created a perfect storm of economic chaos that will hunt many New Yorkers for years.

A byproduct of the virus-induced economic downturn is food and housing insecurity for millions of people in the Tri-state area. Deep economic scarring produced by permanent job loss has left many people in a bind; some working-poor may never recover while others could take years. Continue reading “Million New Yorkers Can’t Afford Food As Hunger Crisis Worsens”

ABC 7 News

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — San Francisco supervisors unanimously voted on Tuesday to pass the Caution Against Racially and Exploitative Non-Emergencies (CAREN) Act that makes racially-motivated phone calls to 911 illegal.

It was first introduced in July after several high-profile incidents including a couple calling the police on a man writing “Black Lives Matter” in chalk in front of his own home in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. Continue reading “CAREN Act: San Francisco officials vote unanimously to ban racially-motivated 911 calls”

CBN News

JERUSALEM, Israel – Israel’s Institute for Biological Research (IIBR) will begin conducting human trials on its coronavirus vaccine by the end of the month.

Defense Minister Benny Gantz announced the progress after visiting the government-funded laboratory Monday night. He also met with Shmuel Shapira, the institute’s head. Continue reading “‘Great News’: Israel Will Begin Human Vaccine Trials Before End of the Month”

If Americans Knew – by Kathryn Shihadah

In spite of the pandemic, in spite of the election and the Supreme Court vacancy, pro-Israel Congress members continue to spend time pushing their Israel agenda. Democrats who want to wait on the Supreme Court appointment till the new government comes in are rushing to add one more pro-Israel bill or resolution. Members of the House of Representatives, each representing a small local population, are pulling together obscure, fiction-based narratives to rationalize more legislation. Continue reading “As COVID rages on, Congress dreams up more ways to give US tax dollars to Israel”


The head of Brazil’s most populous state has promised that the vaccination for Covid-19 will be compulsory for its residents. The statement quickly led to a clash with the country’s president.

Sao Paulo Governor Joao Doria told reporters that immunization will start once the vaccine is authorized by the National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA). Continue reading “Covid-19 vaccine to be MANDATORY in Brazil’s most populous state Sao Paulo – governor”