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Tim Pool, an independent journalist who has covered protests including Occupy Wall Street and the Ferguson riots, says that the majority of the violent protesters are Antifa communists. The common thread for these groups is the desire to take down the US. An example is when they chant, “No Trump, No Wall, No USA at ALL!” Pool says the radical left despises liberals and have said, “Liberals get the bullet, too.” -GEG
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A total of around 150 schools have introduced gender neutral uniforms to enable children to experience ‘equality’, it emerged yesterday.
Rising numbers of primaries and secondaries are adopting the policy, which includes allowing boys and girls to wear skirts or trousers.
Many parents support the move to increase choice, but education experts have argued that youngsters could become confused by ‘politically correct’ practices. Continue reading “150 schools introduce gender neutral uniforms”
The College Fix – by Drew Van Voorhis
Students in a sociology class at San Diego State University can earn extra credit if they take a quiz to determine their level of “white privilege.”
Professor Dae Elliott offered the option to her sociology class students, a “White Privilege Checklist” that includes 20 questions that aim to illustrate that “racial privilege is one form of privilege.” Continue reading “Students offered extra credit to determine their level of ‘white privilege’”
Haaretz – by Amos Harel
The first permanent U.S. military base in Israel was dedicated on Monday.
A few dozen American soldiers will live and work on the base, situated inside the school of the Aerial Defense Division of the Israel Air Force, in the Negev. High-ranking U.S. officers attended the dedication ceremony.
Brig. Gen. Zvi Haimovich, the commander of the division, said the new base reflects the close military cooperation between Israel and the United States. He declined to elaborate on the exact activities of the American soldiers, but said, “The base is here to stay. It involved a significant allocation of resources, in the understanding that this was right and necessary and part of the United States’ assets in Israel.” Continue reading “With Ballistic Missile Radar, U.S. Opens First Permanent Military Base in Israel”
North Jersey – by Tom Nobile
RAMSEY — A controversial proposal to open a 60,620-square-foot indoor firing range –which triggered both fierce opposition and support – has been withdrawn, borough officials announced Monday.
The move comes after months of back-and-forth with the owners of the Spring Street property where the range would have been located, Mayor Deirdre Dillon said in a statement. Continue reading “Ramsey gun range application withdrawn”
The Blaze – by Sarah Taylor
Daniell Rider, a Hobby Lobby consumer, found a decoration at one of their stores so offensive, she shared the image on Facebook requesting that they remove the decor from their shelves.
What was it?
Rider on Thursday shared a photo of a shelf with glass bottles containing what appear to be replicas of raw cotton plants. Continue reading “Hobby Lobby’s ‘offensive’ decoration has gone bonkers viral — 33k Facebook reactions and counting”
Life Site News – by Fr. Mark Hodges
PAUL, Minnesota, May 26, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A mother’s lawsuit against a Minnesota school system for secretly helping her 15-year-old son “transition” to “female” was dismissed by a federal judge.
Anmarie Calgaro of Iron Junction discovered all too late last November that her son’s school was secretly giving him female hormone treatments with funding from the government. She sued the school district, the county health board, and a local health care entity for violating her rights as a parent. Continue reading “Mom loses lawsuit against school that secretly gave her son ‘transgender’ treatment”
The Blaze – By Chris Enloe
Former President Barack Obama was known for going on lavish vacations, and now taxpayers know the updated cost of his family’s various trips and travels.
What was it before?
According to McClatchy, it was previously known that vacations the Obama’s took during their eight years in office cost tax payers more than $85 million. Their most well-known vacation, the annual Christmas trip to Hawaii, cost taxpayers approximately $3.5 million, it was reported. Continue reading “The total amount of taxpayer dollars Barack Obama spent on vacations & travel has just been revealed”
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St. Louis, Missouri braced itself for protests following the verdict on the Stockley trial, in which police officer Jason Stockley was found not guilty for shooting and killing a black man after a car chase.
But the demonstrations Friday night were more violent than city officials had anticipated–reaching the home of Democratic Mayor Lyda Krewson. Nearly 1,000 agitators surrounded Krewson’s home, smashing windows and smearing the house with red paint. Continue reading “Army of protesters, some flashing guns, swarm St. Louis, trash mayor’s home, injure cops, in night of rage”
Free Thought Project – by Rachel Blevins
As many Americans struggle to get back on their feet after their homes were destroyed by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the United States government has insisted that the only way to raise money for relief efforts is to increase the national debt—while setting aside another $75 million in aid for Israel.
Just one year ago, the Obama Administration signed the largest military aid deal in U.S. history, promising Israel $38 Billion over the next 10 years. However, while the deal stated that Israel was expected to return any money that was more than the original amount, the Trump Administration is breaking the rules. Continue reading “As Thousands Left Homeless from Hurricanes, Trump Sends $75 Million MORE to Israel”
Jeffrey Sandusky, the 41-year-old son of convicted pedophile Jerry Sandusky, plead guilty to 14 counts of child sexual abuse on Friday.
The plea came a week before his child sex abuse trial was scheduled to begin. In a press release, the Centre County District Attorney said he will be registered at the highest tier of sex offender status in Pennsylvania.
Jeffrey will have to submit information on his home, work and school addresses as well as his vehicle, with state police every three months for the rest of his life. Continue reading “Jeff Sandusky, son of Jerry, pleads guilty child sex abuse”
Universities known for being hotbeds of campus protest and liberal activism are struggling with declining enrollments and budget shortfalls, and higher education analysts say that’s no coincidence.
Take Oberlin College. According to a document leaked to The Oberlin Review, the school’s student newspaper, the small liberal arts college famous for social justice hoaxes has had trouble attracting and retaining students, missing this year’s enrollment mark by 80 and racking up a $5 million budget deficit in the process. Continue reading “Enrollments, budgets fall short at universities known for ‘social justice warfare’”
Burbank police are searching for a suspected purse snatcher after a woman was caught on camera allegedly stealing the bag from an elderly woman in a Ralphs supermarket.
The incident occurred sometime around 10:45 on Tuesday as an 82-year-old woman was shopping in the Ralphs at 2600 W. Victory Blvd. Sgt. Derek Green, a spokesman for the Burbank Police Department, said the woman was maneuvering through the store using a mobility scooter and kept her purse on its floorboard.
When the woman reached to grab something off a store shelf, a woman believed to be in her 20s came up from behind and took the bag. Continue reading “Elderly woman’s purse snatched at Burbank grocery store”
Activist Post – by Derrick Broze
Will the ongoing transition to self-driving cars come at the cost of passenger privacy?
On September 6 the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill which spurs on further development of autonomous vehicles, but civil liberties advocates fear the further erosion of privacy. The so-called “SELF DRIVE Act” has been hailed as an opportunity to improve traffic safety and reduce vehicle deaths. If the bill passes the Senate and becomes law it would prevent states from passing certain laws to regulate the technology. The Hill reports the bill would also “allow car manufacturers to deploy up to 100,000 self-driving cars a year that don’t meet normal safety standards. In the first year, however, that number will be capped at 25,000.” Continue reading “The Self-Driving Vehicle Future Will Be The End Of Privacy”