HESSTON, Kan. (AP) — A gunman armed with an “assault-style” weapon drove through a south-central Kansas town Thursday, taking shots at people, before storming the factory where he worked. Authorities said he killed three people and wounded 14 before being shot dead by an officer.
Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton said all the dead were shot inside Excel Industries, a plant in Hesston that makes lawn mower products. He said of those hurt, 10 were critically wounded. Continue reading “Sheriff says gunman, 3 others dead after shootings in Kansas”
From San Bernardino, California, to Newtown, Connecticut, the AR-15 is the weapon of choice for mass shootings.
And a Connecticut judge heard arguments today over whether the Remington Outdoor Co. — the parent company of the manufacturer of the AR-15 military assault weapon used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in 2012 — will be held accountable for the 26 lives lost. Continue reading “Sandy Hook Mom Suing Gun Company ‘to Save Other Families’”
The Daily Sheeple – by Melissa Dykes
You probably didn’t hear about this one in the national news, but with everything else going on these days, it might be something to pay attention to, especially since it’s reportedly been happening a lot lately.
Last Sunday, a semi carrying uranium ore caught fire near the Honeywell Plant in Metropolis, Illinois. The fire began in the engine of the truck cab and was subsequently put out by the fire department. Officials stated that the truck was not at the facility itself and there was no immediate danger. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has been notified. Continue reading “False Flag Averted? Another Truck Carrying Uranium Caught Fire at Honeywell Plant”
Buffalo News – by David Welch and Jeff Green
The Detroit Three automakers are contemplating building cars with lower-paid workers in Mexico and China, a strategy that would improve their hand in contract talks as the United Auto Workers seeks higher pay.
General Motors is weighing a plan to import the Buick Envision sport utility vehicle, now built and sold only in China, to the United States, people familiar with the matter said. Ford Motor Co. is shifting production of its Focus and C-Max small cars from Michigan to outside the U.S., a person familiar with its plans has said. Mexico is a possible destination. Continue reading “Detroit automakers mulling moving work abroad to gain leverage on UAW”
Anti Media – by Claire Bernish
Los Angeles, CA — Nestle has found itself more and more frequently in the glare of the California drought-shame spotlight than it would arguably care to be — though not frequently enough, apparently, for the megacorporation to have spontaneously sprouted a conscience.
Drought-shaming worked sufficiently enough for Starbucks to stop bottling water in the now-arid state entirely, uprooting its operations all the way to Pennsylvania. But Nestle simply shrugged off public outrage and then upped the ante by increasing its draw from natural springs — most notoriously in the San Bernardino National Forest — with an absurdly expired permit. Continue reading “Nestle Pays Only $524 to Extract 27,000,000 Gallons of California Drinking Water”
Freedom Outpost – by Tim Brown
Barack Hussein Obama’s anti-gun Surgeon General Vivek Murthy has made a number of comments to demonstrate his hatred for the US Constitution and the Second Amendment. Among those comments, following his confirmation, was one in which he called gun violence a “public health issue.” Now, he’s affirming his feminist, emotional appeal to violating the rights of gun owners.
On Saturday, Murthy told the Asian American Journalists Association convention in the mentally ill and sodomite controlled San Francisco that he continues to promote moves toward gun confiscation. Gun control, after all, is nothing more than a continued effort to full gun confiscation. Continue reading “Obama’s Surgeon General Opens His Mouth Again On His Anti-Gun Statements”
The Guardian – by Helen Thomson
Genetic changes stemming from the trauma suffered by Holocaust survivors are capable of being passed on to their children, the clearest sign yet that one person’s life experience can affect subsequent generations.
The conclusion from a research team at New York’s Mount Sinai hospital led by Rachel Yehuda stems from the genetic study of 32 Jewish men and women who had either been interned in a Nazi concentration camp, witnessed or experienced torture or who had had to hide during the second world war. Continue reading “MEGA PUKE FACTOR 9 BEX ALERT: Study of Holocaust survivors finds trauma passed on to children’s genes”
The Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft
FOX News confirmed that the US ran guns from Benghazi to Syria before the attack on the US consulate on September 11, 2012.
The US Ambassador to Libya and three others were killed in the terrorist attack.
The Obama administration was running weapons to Syria. Continue reading “US Was Running Weapons Thru Benghazi to Syria”
Truthstream Media – by Aaron Dykes
Did democracy just get downgraded (yet again)?
Social engineering is now a dated practice, that has undoubtedly influenced nearly all our lives for the past century in ways that many of us perhaps don’t notice.
I have a book titled Social Control from 1901, by Edward Alsworth Ross, that as the dust jacket explains, “formulated (and gave an answer to) the problems of the massive transformation of the American society by industrialization” where Ross “analyzed the dynamics of social change for modern socieities in general and for America in particular.” The book was a hit, and influenced economists, scholars, politicians and Progressives. Continue reading “Social Engineering 2.0 Google Algorithm Poses “Serious Threat to Democratic System””
Liberty Blitzkrieg – by Michael Krieger
Telling Hasan that he had read the document himself, Flynn said that it was among a range of intelligence being circulated throughout the US intelligence community that had led him to attempt to dissuade the White House from supporting these groups, albeit without success.
Despite this, Flynn’s account shows that the US commitment to supporting the Syrian insurgency against Bashir al-Assad led the US to deliberately support the very al-Qaeda affiliated forces it had previously fought in Iraq. Continue reading “Additional Details Emerge on How U.S. Government Policy Created, Armed, Supported and Funded ISIS”
Freedom Outpost – by Tim Brown
Washington, DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier, in her confusion, blurted out the truth about the real results of gun laws recently, indicating that they do absolutely nothing to stop criminals from obtaining guns or high capacity magazines.
At a press conference on crime on Thursday, Lanier said that DC had seen “a huge influx, not only in guns in our major cities, but a huge influx in these high capacity magazines.” Continue reading “DC Police Chief Blurts Out the Truth about Gun Laws… Priceless”
Las Vegas Review Journal – by Chris Isidore, CNN
NEW YORK — A federal lawsuit is demanding that Costco label much of the shrimp it sells as the product of human slavery.
The lawsuit, which also wants Costco to stop buying shrimp from its suppliers in Thailand, was filed in California. It alleges that Costco is deceiving customers by not including an advisory about slavery on product packaging. Continue reading “Federal lawsuit demands Costco label shrimp packaging ‘product of slavery’”
Anti-Media – by John Vibes
Comedian George Carlin is known as one of the most controversial and outspoken entertainers of his time, and as far as the government is concerned, he could have possibly been a terrorist.
Carlin was not a violent or criminal person in any way, but he said things during his routines that struck at the root of the problems in our society. He went into great detail about corruption in government and business. Continue reading “FBI Had 12-Page File On George Carlin Because He Made Jokes About Government”
Breitbart – by Caroline May
An Arizona sheriff is sounding the alarm about three violent criminal aliens released into the state, and charging the Obama administration with not doing enough to keep such offenders off the streets.
“You don’t have to be a sheriff to realize that this is going to end very badly for people. You don’t release murderers into the state of Arizona and somehow think that they are just going to go about their business and try to find a job,” Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said at a press conference highlighting the releases Tuesday, according Fox News. Continue reading “Three Violent Criminal Aliens Released In Arizona, Sheriff Sounds Alarm”
Prison Planet – by Paul Joseph Watson
The biggest gay rights lobby group in the United States has called on schools to eliminate “gender stereotypes” by training staff to avoid using the words “boy” and “girl” in class.
A new back to school guide published by the Human Rights Campaign designed to make classrooms “gender inclusive” urges teachers to “avoid using gender to divide and address students” so as to prevent any transgender students from becoming upset. Continue reading “Biggest Gay Lobby Group in America Urges Schools to Ban Words ‘Boy’ and ‘Girl’”