NATIONAL FILE spoke to an active duty high-ranking Naval officer who revealed that U.S. Navy chaplains in the leftist Navy chaplain program are actively blocking sailors’ religious exemption requests for the controversial COVID-19 vaccines. Chaplains are supposed to serve as military religious ministers, but the chaplain system has become increasingly left-wing. The Joe Biden regime has inflicted a vaccine mandate upon the U.S. military, and the clock is ticking for America’s active duty servicemembers to try to get exemptions from the vaccine mandate. Continue reading “Top U.S. Naval Officer Says Navy Chaplains Are Blocking Religious Vaccine Exemption Requests”
The U.S. European Command (EUCOM) raised its threat levels in Europe to a “potential imminent crisis” this week as fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces has escalated in recent days and additional Russian troops are deploying to the region. The Russian troop movements could serve as an early test of President Joe Biden’s commitment to Ukraine.
According to the New York Times, Gen. Tod D. Wolters, the head of U.S. European Command declared a “potential imminent crisis,” which is the highest potential watch level. The command raised the watch level after four Ukrainian troops were killed in recent fighting in the Donetsk region. EUCOM also raised the warning after Russian troops deployed to the border region between Russia and Ukraine for an apparent set of military drills but failed to leave after the drills concluded on March 23. Continue reading “US military raises Europe threat level to ‘potential imminent crisis:’ report”
The Michigan Supreme Court on Friday struck down a 1945 law that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has been using to keep the state locked down since April.
Whitmer has repeatedly extended a “state of emergency” for the past several months and pointed to a World War II-era law to do so, most recently lengthening it until October 27. Continue reading “‘Michigan Is Now Unlocked’: State Supreme Court Strikes Down Emergency Powers Law”
Bills that could allow undocumented immigrants residing in Virginia to obtain driver’s licenses were approved by the Virginia General Assembly on Feb. 11.
The House Bill 1211 and Senate Bill 34 for “Licenses for All” were passed in both the House and the Senate before the end of the Virginia General Assembly’s “crossover” deadline. It would allow Virginia to issue driver’s licenses to residents regardless of their immigration status. Continue reading “Virginia Senate Approves Bills Allowing Undocumented Immigrants to Obtain Driver’s Licenses”
I spent nine years on active duty in the U.S. Navy. I served as an aircraft commander, led combat reconnaissance crews, and taught naval history. But the first thing I did upon joining the military, the act that solemnized my obligation, was swear an oath to support and defend the Constitution. How strange, then, that despite all of my training, the millions of taxpayer dollars devoted to teaching me how to fly, lead, and teach, not once did I receive meaningful instruction on the document to which I had pledged my life. Continue reading “The U.S. Military Is Not Ready for a Constitutional Crisis”
On January 15, 2020, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons filed a lawsuit claiming that defendant Adam Schiff abused government power and infringed on their freedom of speech. The lawsuit is in response to Congressman Schiff contacting Google, Facebook, and Amazon urging them to de-platform or discredit so-called “inaccurate” information on vaccines. All three tech giants complied, and AAPS was censored. AAPS contends that “The First Amendment protects the rights of free speech and association. Included within the right of free speech is a right to receive information from willing speakers. Under the First Amendment, Americans have the right to hear all sides of every issue and to make their own judgments about those issues without government interference or limitations.” -GEG
The Guardian has learned the true identity of the leader and founder of the US-based neo-Nazi terror network the Base, which was recently the target of raids by the FBI after an investigation into domestic terrorism uncovered their plans to start a race war.
Members of the group stand accused of federal hate crimes, murder plots and firearms offenses, and have harbored international fugitives in recent months. Continue reading “Revealed: the true identity of the leader of an American neo-Nazi terror group”
President Trump’s Justice Department has shut down an effort to build three miles of private border wall just north of the Rio Grande after the US Attorney’s Office for Texas’s southern district warned that the project could impact the border river and potentially violate a treaty with Mexico.
Despite Trump’s claims that his administration has nearly finished the wall, in reality, Trump has only built 90 miles of border wall. His supporters (who of course blame the Democrats for stymying President Trump at every turn, are now scrambling to finish it to try and cut down on crime and make the border more secure. Continue reading “Trump’s DoJ Blocks Construction Of ‘Private’ Texas Border Wall”
Show of hands, who has been paying attention to the various lawsuits dealing with the ATF’s reinterpretation of Bump Stocks? Because to be completely honest, I haven’t been paying as much attention as I clearly should have been. In their most recent court filing, the ATF has admitted some truly explosive news. Namely, they concede that they do not have the authority to reinterpret the definition of machine guns in the bump stock ruling under the National Firearms Act (NFA). Continue reading “ATF Admits No Legal Authority For Bump Stock Ruling”
Former Broward County Deputy Scot Peterson was arrested and charged on Tuesday for child neglect after an investigation into law enforcement’s response to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that occurred last February.
Scot Peterson stood by and did nothing to stop the mass shooter who ended up killing 17 students and teachers. Continue reading “Broward County Deputy Who Failed to Confront Parkland Shooter Arrested For Child Neglect”
Police officers are not required to provide emergency medical aid to a suspect they shoot as a result of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to review an Ohio case.
A lower court ruled in the death of Jason White that officers were obliged only to call an ambulance, not to render first aid, for which they are trained. Continue reading “Police allowed to deny suspects emergency medical help”
A federal judge delivered a blow Thursday to a decade-long effort by prosecutors to strip the Mongols motorcycle gang of its trademarked logo, ruling it would be unconstitutional.
U.S. District Court Judge David O. Carter in Santa Ana, California, essentially reversed a first-of-its-kind jury verdict that would have given the government control of the logo of a Mongol warrior astride a chopper-style motorcycle. Continue reading “Judge Won’t Make Mongols Motorcycle Gang Surrender Trademark Logo After Racketeering Conviction”
Pro-Israeli groups have suffered a major defeat in a US court after a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against the American Studies Association’s (ASA) resolution to endorse the call to boycott Israeli academic institutions as part of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
On Monday a district court in Washington threw out the lawsuit against ASA, which is the oldest scholarly organisation devoted to the interdisciplinary study of US culture and history. The federal judge ruled that the anti-BDS plaintiffs were unable to explain how they were injured by the boycott, a requirement for the lawsuit to go forward. Continue reading “US federal judge dismisses lawsuit against BDS supporters”
WASHINGTON – In a leaked military manual on “unconventional warfare” recently highlighted by WikiLeaks, the U.S. Army states that major global financial institutions — such as the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) — are used as unconventional, financial “weapons in times of conflict up to and including large-scale general war,” as well as in leveraging “the policies and cooperation of state governments.” Continue reading “Leaked Wikileaks Doc Reveals US Military Use of IMF, World Bank as “Unconventional” Weapons”
We are sick and tired of having dirtbags try to take our lives when all we are trying to do is protect this community and protect our families…
Well just know, we all got your number now. Continue reading “The real reason 4 cops got shot in Houston last week”
A federal court judge Monday ruled a Massachusetts General Law prohibiting the secret audio recording of police or government officials is unconstitutional.
Chief United States District Judge Patti B. Saris made the ruling on two similar cases — one involving two Jamaica Plain residents who frequently record police officers and a second case involving Project Veritas, the undercover organization founded by conservative political activist James O’Keefe. Continue reading “Federal judge rules Mass. law prohibiting secret audio recording of police, government officials is unconstitutional”
On November 1, 2018, Daniel Best, a 49-year-old executive who worked with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and led an effort to lower prescription drug prices, was found “unresponsive” near the garage door exit of an apartment building in Washington, D.C. Medical personnel were called to the scene, but pronounced him dead shortly after they arrived. Continue reading “Pharmaceutical Exec Who Aimed To Lower Drug Prices Found Dead Due To Multiple Blunt Force Injuries”
Reading, PA — Pennsylvania State Troopers are under fire this week following a deadly officer-involved incident Monday whereby a man was killed by a bulldozer commandeered by one of their officers. Gregory Longenecker (51) was run over by the bulldozer and killed as the PA State Trooper and the dozer operated by the PA Game Commission were supposedly attempting to flush him out. Continue reading “Cops Bulldoze Unarmed Man to Death Because they Suspected Him of Growing Marijuana”
No fewer than 60 organizations branded “hate groups” or otherwise attacked by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) are considering legal action against the left-wing smear factory, a Christian legal nonprofit leader confirmed to PJ Media on Tuesday. He suggested that the $3 million settlement and apology the SPLC gave to Maajid Nawaz and his Quilliam Foundation on Monday would encourage further legal action.
“We haven’t filed anything against the SPLC, but I think a number of organizations have been considering filing lawsuits against the SPLC, because they have been doing to a lot of organizations exactly what they did to Maajid Nawaz that’s part of the settlement,” Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, told PJ Media on Tuesday. Continue reading “‘About 60 Organizations’ Are Considering a Lawsuit Against the SPLC Following $3M Nawaz Settlement”