The Pentagon will station a team of mortuary workers in New York to deal with the state’s fast-climbing coronavirus death toll, while FEMA plans to send some 85 trucks to free up space in its crowded morgues. Continue reading “US military will send ‘MORTUARY services’ staff to New York to cope with Covid-19 deaths as FEMA deploys mobile morgue trucks”


Colorado’s new drive-through coronavirus-testing station in Denver made its debut Wednesday and was quickly overwhelmed. At one point Thursday, the line of cars with passengers waiting to be swabbed was almost four hours long, until the state cut off the service for the day. Continue reading “Drive-Through Virus Testing So Popular They Had to Shut it Down”

Breitbart – by Neil Munro

A group of Americans will present evidence in June to a second jury that their employer deliberately discriminated against them by hiring Indian H-1B workers — even though the Indians cost more money.

The Americans persuaded their first jury in a June 2019 trial against Molina Healthcare Inc. — but the judge quickly declared a mistrial before the jury could announce its verdict, said James Otto, the California lawyer who helped to win the case. Continue reading “Lawsuit: U.S. Managers Violated Americans’ Civil Rights by Hiring H-1B Workers”

Anti-War – by Andrew P. Napolitano

I have been writing for years about the dangers to human freedom that come from government mass surveillance. The United States was born in a defiant reaction to government surveillance. In the decade preceding the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the villains were the Stamp Act and the Writs of Assistance Act. Today, the villain is the Patriot Act. Continue reading “Repeal the Patriot Act”

Fort Worth Star Telegram – by Bud Kennedy

A revolution-minded, conspiracy-bent militia group named the Oath Keepers is recruiting law officers in Hood County to take up arms in what the founder predicts will be a “bloody civil war” against the U.S. government.

A national director of the Las Vegas-based Oath Keepers, John D. Shirley, moved to rural Hood County in 2015 and has been appointed by county commissioners as a constable, giving him both access to confidential information and a political platform to recruit more militia members. Continue reading “A paranoid militia infiltrating Texas police is bent on rebellion, ‘ready to rise up’”

ZDNet – by Catalin Cimpanu for Zero Day

WordPress site owners who use commercial themes provided by ThemeGrill are advised to update one of the plugins that come installed with these themes in order to patch a critical bug that can let attackers wipe their sites.

The vulnerability resides in ThemeGrill Demo Importer, a plugin that ships with themes sold by ThemeGrill, a web development company that sells commercial WordPress themes.  Continue reading “Bug in WordPress plugin can let hackers wipe up to 200,000 sites”

Ag Web – by Chris Bennett

Strapped with pistols and carrying government IDs, two Treasury agents walked onto a Maryland farm on a cold winter morning in 2012, and asked for the owner – Randy Sowers. It was a blur of badges and questions, but Sowers’ four-year legal nightmare was only just beginning. “My story could belong to any farmer or business owner,” Sowers says. “People have almost no idea what the feds will do when they want to hurt you. What kind of power-hungry bureaucrats do we have when guilt or innocence plays no role in the system?” Continue reading “Farmer Refuses to Roll, Rips Lid Off IRS Behavior”

Gateway Pundit – by Brock Simmons

Since the crazed Constitutional rights prohibitionists can’t get the federal government to pass any of their absurd gun control laws, they have turned to a state-by-state effort to methodically do away with the 2nd Amendment.  Continue reading “Government Officials Seize Veteran’s Guns in Mistaken Identification In Red Flag Law Execution”

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins

The DD5 V4 Hunter is a precision built Daniel Defense rifle specifically designed to hunt popular, big game animals in North America.

The Hunter is available with a 18 or 20-inch barrel and has an adjustable gas block, to help tune your rifles to match your personal choice of suppressed or non-suppressed shooting. Continue reading “First Look: Daniel Defense DD5 V4 Hunter .308 Rifle”

Idaho Press – by Kathy Hedberg

OROFINO, Idaho — A family that had for years resisted eviction from their property near Orofino were removed from the home Tuesday without violence.

Donna and Charles “Nick” Nickerson and an extended group of children and other family members stood alongside Crow’s Bench Road, about 4 miles northeast of Orofino on Tuesday afternoon, watching in the rain as a moving van, escorted by about six Idaho State Police troopers and Clearwater County Sheriff’s deputies, drove off with the last of their belongings. Continue reading “Officers carry out Orofino eviction at Nickerson ranch”

It Happened to Us

We purchased a property and increased our equity.
We bought a property in 2002. We bought the property to have a place to share with others. It was a ranch parcel with a rustic log home and a few outbuildings. Our family worked hard, developed the property, increased our equity, and built a ranch we could be proud of. Our note was on time and in good standing with Coldwell Banker Mortgage for six years. In 2008, as our IHTU The Battle Begins In Idaho music video illustrates, Chase took over our loan, messed up our records, and acted rude on the phoneContinue reading “It Happened To Us In Idaho – The Nick and Donna Nickerson Family”

Daily Caller – by Kevin Daley

The Supreme Court seemed to think that North Carolina unlawfully pirated copyrighted images of an 18th century shipwreck during oral arguments Tuesday morning.

The case, arising from the discovery of Blackbeard’s famed pirate ship, asks whether an underwater production company can sue North Carolina for distributing its copyrighted images of the wreck. Several justices appeared troubled by the possible consequences.  Continue reading “Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Blackbeard’s Pirate Wreck”

Tampa Bay Times – by Sue Carlton

In a bustling Tampa courtroom, a lawyer is making the case for keeping guns out of the hands of a man named Anthony Ballard.

Judge Ron Ficarrotta flips through court paperwork and reads the alarming details: How a friend said Ballard, 30, showed him a violent and graphic video of a gunman shooting down patrons in a bank.  Continue reading “Dangerous but disarmed: How Florida has confiscated thousands of guns”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Anyone who has ever had to stand in a long line to pay the state for the privilege of renewing your driver’s license knows how infuriating that experience can be. The bureaucratic high-horse mentality of many of the DMV workers is so brazen and overt that DMVs have earned a notoriously horrid reputation in every state. But more infuriating than long lines and power-tripping bureaucrats, however, it the fact that according to a new report, these power-tripping bureaucrats are selling your data to private entities.  Continue reading “Infuriating Report Reveals DMVs Across the US are Selling Your Personal Info and Making Millions”

Paul Craig Roberts

Today is the 18 anniversary of 9/11, an event that has turned a once free America into a domestic police state and an international warmonger during the 21st century.  America’s reputation has been shattered along with the Constitution, international law, and seven nations in whole or part.  The massive crimes against the Bill of Rights and the population of seven nations are the direct consequence of 9/11.  Continue reading “When Americans Fell for the 9/11 Deception They Lost Their Country”

Breitbart – by Joel B Pollak

Pressure is mounting on Congress to “do something” in response to recent mass shootings in Texas and Ohio. A poll released Monday confirms what has been true for years: namely, that Americans support new gun regulations.

As the Washington Post put it, Americans “overwhelmingly support expanded background checks for gun buyers and allowing law enforcement to temporarily seize weapons from troubled individuals.” That includes “at least 8 in 10 Republicans, white evangelical Christians, members of gun-owning households.”  Continue reading “Pollak: Trade Universal Background Checks for Universal Concealed Carry”