The people in Bunkerville do support the Bundy’s contrary to what media and represent.
BUNKERVILLE, NV (FOX5) – An emotional crowd gathered for a town hall meeting on Thursday evening in Bunkerville.
Residents and council members praised militia members gathered there in support of embattled rancher Cliven Bundy, but had nothing but vitriol for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie and the local and national media. Continue reading “Bunkerville residents sound off about BLM, police, media”
The largest security training exercise in Boston’s history is slated to kick off at 8 a.m. Saturday with a simulated active school shooter drill in Brookline. It will continue with other drills during 24 hours and involve about 2,000 state and local personnel.
“The Urban Shield Program, as we’ve learned over the last year, is essential to our city’s safety at any time of crisis,” Mayor Martin J. Walsh of Boston. Continue reading “Officials to hold largest security drill in Boston’s history”
Republican strategists like to say the party’s next nominee needs to hail from the GOP’s gubernatorial ranks. It’s a response to how unpopular Washington is—particularly the party’s congressional wing—and a reflection of the party’s strength in holding a majority of governorships. But another reason for the gubernatorial focus is to sidestep the one formidable candidate that gives the establishment heartburn: Sen. Rand Paul. Continue reading “Rand Paul Is the GOP’s Early Presidential Front-Runner”
The following notice has been posted all over the internet, please help to pass the word along.
Here’s the plan of action to Oppose the illegal and unconstitutional war with Syria:
We are launching a global rally on Saturday August 31st in every city and town in the world. Continue reading ““No War With Syria” Rallies Happening This Saturday August 31 Worldwide”
Traders waited nervously Thursday for the Nasdaq to begin trading after its largest intra-day shut in recent memory.
“When everyone comes back online at the same time that’s when even more dangerous things can happen in the marketplace,” said Sal Arnuk, the co-founder of Themis Trading.
The Wall Street Journal pointed to Apple as a good example of the chaos that could ensue. The tech giant’s stock plunged shortly before the Nasdaq glitch. Continue reading “All Nasdaq markets halting trading due to processor issue”
A Department of Homeland Security employee who works on, among other things, the procurement of guns and ammunition for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, spends his nights and weekends preparing for a coming race war and advocating for anti-gay causes, according to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center. Meet Ayo Kimathi, a.k.a. “the Irritated Genie,” who told his bosses at the DHS that his anti-white, anti-gay site, “War is on the Horizon,” was just an entertainment site that sells concert and lecture videos. Continue reading “This Homeland Security Employee Is Preparing for a Coming Race War”
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, one of the president’s original cabinet appointees, announced her resignation Friday morning, having been nominated to serve as president of the University of California system.
Ms. Napolitano plans to leave her position in early September, an Obama administration official said. Continue reading “Napolitano to Step Down as Homeland Security Chief”
“We will be going to Israel to bring together Arabs, Christian and Jews in an educational forum,” Mr. Perry told The Washington Times in an interview just three days after he announced he would not seek an unprecedented fourth term as Texas governor. Continue reading “Rick Perry’s October trip to Israel sign of another White House bid”
This July 4th Americans celebrate their 237th Independence Day. The Declaration of Independence, signed during the midst of the American Revolution in 1776, was not just a statement of grievances against the British monarchy but also a declaration of freedom from it, citing unalienable rights of self-governance. I said un-alienable, not in-alienable rights. Most believe there is no real difference between the two words. But not so fast. When unalienable was replaced with inalienable it diminished the original intention of personal rights; among which are “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Continue reading “How the Declaration of Independence got Hijacked”
The White House Friday defended the first family’s upcoming weeklong trip to Africa, which could cost taxpayers up to $100 million, as “great bang for our buck.”
“There will be a great bang for our buck for being in Africa because when you travel to regions like Africa that don’t get a lot of presidential attention, you tend to have very longstanding and long-running impact from the visit,” said Ben Rhodes, a deputy national security adviser to President Obama. Continue reading “White House defends high bills for Africa trip”
In his prepared text for a speech he is delivering today at the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, Sen. Rand Paul (R.-Ky.) said to illegal aliens who want to live and work in the United States: “[W]e will find a place for you.”
Paul also said he envisions today’s illegal aliens becoming additional “taxpayers.” Continue reading “Rand Paul to Illegals: ‘We Will Find a Place for You;’ Envisions 12 Million ‘New Taxpayers’”
Warns that treaty threatens all of Americans’ Constitutional liberties – not just Second Amendment rights
AUSTIN-Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today wrote to President Obama urging him not to sign the Arms Trade Treaty passed this morning by the United Nations General Assembly. Continue reading “Attorney General Abbott Urges President Obama to Reject UN Arms Trade Treaty”
Ever wonder how come there are men (and women) in costumes “policing” the rest of us?
Most people accept this relationship as both given – and eternal. That there have always been men (if not always women) in costumes “policing” the rest of us. But, in fact, it’s a relatively novel thing. Think back to your schooldays. Do you recall any mention of police when you were learning about the colonial era and the American Revolution? There were sheriffs, yes – and the local militia. But these were concerned mostly with keeping the peace – that is, stepping in when someone harmed someone else. Up to and even during the Civil War – a titanic struggle between the fading remnants of the old republican idea and the centralized, omnipotent state that took its place – the idea of police as we know it was essentially unknown. Continue reading “Where Do Cops Come From?”