Ammoland – by Dave Workman

U.S.A. –-( As local and state governments continue their massive “shelter-in-place” restrictions, California is becoming a constitutional rights battleground, pitting Second Amendment groups and individual activists against what they believe are unconstitutional over-reaches that deny people their right to keep and bear arms.  Continue reading “California Battleground: Rights Groups Sue Four Counties at Once”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Milwaukee, WI — In 2018, Kuan Barnett, then 19, was arrested and sentenced to 7 years behind bars after being found guilty of armed robbery. Barnett should’ve served out his sentence and faced his accountability for his crimes and that, as they say, should have been that. Instead of simply serving out his sentence, however, Barnett will now likely receive a very large chunk of money, courtesy of the taxpayers of Wisconsin, because two officers couldn’t restrain themselves from viciously beating him. Continue reading “Officers Gouge Teen’s Eyes, Break His Fingers in Sadistic Act of Retaliation”

Unz Review – by Philip Giraldi

Politicians, bureaucrats and media talking heads have long turned a blind eye to legislation and policies that benefit the state of Israel to the detriments of United States’ interests. The U.S. Treasury is plausibly describable as a gift that never stops giving to the people and governments of Jewish state. Continue reading “Virginia Goes Zionist”

The Freedom Chronicles – by Makia Freeman

A Rockefeller Foundation paper, would it surprise you to know, predicted and planned for the exact type of pandemic scenario in which we find ourselves right now with the COVID-19 coronavirus. Unlike Bill Gates’ Event 201 which was 2 months before the official outbreak, this Rockefeller Foundation paper was published 10 years ago in 2010. Continue reading “2010 Rockefeller Foundation Paper and The New Normal”

Anti-Empire – by Marko Marjanov

Lukashenko asked about coronavirus: “It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.”   Continue reading “Lukashenko Takes One Look at Coronavirus and Spits in Its Eye. Won’t Rescind Freedoms Over a Glorfied Cold”

MassLive – by Douglas Hook

Springfield College student Matt Levine returned to his family home in Nanuet, New York after a short stay on South Padre Island, Texas to have his father turn him away for fear of spreading coronavirus.  Continue reading “Coronavirus: Springfield College student banned from his family home after spring break”

Free Thought Project – by Jack Burns

Fort Smith, AR — It is illegal for police officers to pull reasons out of thin air and invent probable cause to pull over motorists, detain, and question law abiding citizens who have not committed any crimes. Still, we at TFTP regularly report incidents of this happening almost on a daily basis. Luke Ashlocke is one of these cases and claims Fort Smith police have been targeting him for harassment. His most recent interaction with Fort Smith officer Cassidy is proof, Ashlocke says, the cops have targeted him.  Continue reading “Dad Getting Food for His Kids During Outbreak Owns 6 Cops Harassing Him for It”

Independent – by Anthony Cuthbertson

The UK government is considering new rules to ban any anti-vaccine posts from sites like Facebook and Twitter, after a surge across social media in content promoting false information.  Continue reading “Anti-vaccine posts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter could be banned under new UK laws”

New York Post – by Tina Moore, Larry Celona, Craig McCarthy, Rachel Green and Bruce Golding

An 86-year-old woman awaiting treatment for bowel blockage at a Brooklyn hospital yesterday died after being punched by a fellow patient — for not engaging in “social distancing” amid the coronavirus, law enforcement sources told The Post on Sunday. Continue reading “Elderly woman dies after being smacked for not social distancing: sources”

New York Post – by Natalie Musumeci

A Las Vegas parking lot was turned into a temporary shelter for hundreds of homeless people after a man staying at the brick-and-mortar shelter tested positive for coronavirus, forcing that facility to close. Continue reading “Las Vegas parking lot turned into homeless shelter during coronavirus crisis”

Ammoland – by Jim Grant

U.S.A. -( As the COVID-19 pandemic makes its way across the country, Americans are getting an important lesson in the dangers of placing a prior restraint on the exercise of a constitutional right. The vast increase in those seeking protection in the Second Amendment during this period of uncertainty has caused the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) and Point of Contact State background check systems to buckle. Continue reading “Pandemic Exposes Dangers of So-Called “Universal” Background Checks”