Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Genesee County, MI — Benjamin Reinhart, a disgraced officer with Genesee County received some great news this week. Despite being caught up in a child sexual trafficking sting, he won’t have to go to jail and he won’t have to register publicly as a sex offender.
Reinhart was “sentenced” this week as part of a plea deal, to just five years of probation. The Genesee Human Oppression Strike Team, or GHOST, caught the officer in April attempting to lure a child for sex. He was on duty at the time. Continue reading “No Jail or Public Sex Offender Register for Officer Who Solicited a Child for Sex While On-Duty”
Breitbart – by Paul Bois
The state of New York faces a looming crisis as the vaccine mandate deadline threatens to create a shortage of thousands of hospital staffers refusing to get the shot.
According to the New York Times, roughly 84 percent of New York’s “450,000 hospital workers and 83 percent of its 45,400 nursing home employees had been fully vaccinated,” indicating that tens of thousands of people will either be fired or laid off when the vaccine mandate deadline for healthcare workers hits Monday, September, 27. Facing those kinds of shortages, certain hospitals will have no choice but to cut back or ration certain procedures. Continue reading “New York Faces State of Emergency As Vaccine Mandate Creates Hospital Staff Shortages”
Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins
A new law took effect in Oregon Saturday requiring guns to be locked and/or securely stored when in the home.
On April 19, 2021, the Associated Press reported the Oregon legislature was considering the gun lock bill and noted it “would be among the toughest in the U.S.” Continue reading “Oregon Law Takes Effect Requiring Guns to Be Locked in the Home”
Global Research – by Renee Parsons
Without fully understanding its long term implications or its ultimate impact upon the entire planet, the American colonists knew instinctively, as if directed by divine guidance, that in order to free themselves from the strangling yoke of the British Empire, they had the right, the duty to establish their own country based on natural law, to define their own borders, to create their own laws and their own authority. Continue reading ““US Sovereignty”: NATO Takes over Norfolk Naval Base”
New York state workers who are fired for refusing to get vaccinated are not eligible for unemployment insurance, Gov. Kathy Hochul said on Saturday – just two days before the deadline for workers to get the jab.
New York City teachers and state health care workers in hospitals and nursing homes have to prove that they received at least their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by Monday. Continue reading “NYS workers who are fired for not getting vaccinated won’t be eligible for unemployment insurance, governor announces”
Daily Beast – by AJ McDougall
A flight from Boston to San Juan landed Wednesday evening with one passenger restrained to a chair with multiple seatbelt extenders after an insane mid-air altercation, according to an FBI affidavit obtained by The Daily Beast. The passenger, a man named Khalil El Dahr, had attempted to make a phone call near the end of the flight and “became angry about the call’s unsuccess.” Roughly 45 minutes before landing, he pulled himself out of his seat and rushed towards the cockpit, yelling in Spanish and Arabic that someone should shoot and kill him. Continue reading “JetBlue Passenger Storms Cockpit, Strangles Flight Attendant, Breaks Out of Restraints”
Body brokers are using Chinese transportation to move body parts of Americans all around the world. One recent shipment contained three tons of body parts valued at $67,204 in a container that was kept at 5 degrees to keep the parts from spoiling.
The families of the deceased didn’t realize that their loved ones’ parts were being sent all over the globe. Some say they might not have minded if they had been told about it when they signed but others were very upset as you may well imagine. Continue reading “Chinese Tanker BUSTED With ‘Tons’ Of American Body Parts in the Hold”
After a year on the front lines, Jason Zvokel traded in his 15-year career as a Walgreens pharmacist for a different kind of drugstore: a marijuana dispensary.
Now instead of administering vaccines and filling prescriptions, he’s helping customers make sense of concentrates, tablets and lozenges. His pay is 5 percent lower, he said, but the hours are more manageable. Continue reading “Greener pastures: Marijuana jobs are becoming a refuge for retail and restaurant workers”
Congress is once again trying to fix a very specific problem with a broad solution. We support the SHOP SAFE Act’s underlying goal of protecting consumers from unsafe and defective counterfeit products. The problem is that SHOP SAFE tackles the issue in a way that would make it incredibly difficult for small businesses and individuals to sell anything online. It will do little to stop sophisticated counterfeiters and will ultimately do consumers more harm than good, by obstructing competition and hindering consumers’ ability to resell their own used goods. Continue reading “SHOP SAFE Is Another Attempt to Fix Big Tech That Will Mostly Harm Small Players and Consumers”
Gateway Pundit – by Cristina Laila
Dr. Fauci said the US will face a “dark winter” unless Americans stop making the Covid vaccines a political issue and just get jabbed.
Fauci said the US can avoid the “dark winter” if Americans get vaccinated to a “very high degree” within the next couple months. Continue reading “Fauci Says US Will Face “Dark Winter” Unless Americans Get Vaccinated to a “Very High Degree””
The FBI has opened an investigation into the assault of a female solider by several male Afghan refugees at the US Army’s Fort Bliss base, in New Mexico.
The alleged assault took place on Sunday, at around midnight, when at least three men allegedly attacked the soldier near her car after she arrived for work at the Dona Ana Complex, which had been accepting refugees airlifted out of Afghanistan are housed, ABC 7 reports. Continue reading “Female American soldier reports being assaulted by group of male Afghan refugees being housed at Fort Bliss in New Mexico”
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — One of the founders of the Taliban and the chief enforcer of its harsh interpretation of Islamic law when they last ruled Afghanistan said the hard-line movement will once again carry out executions and amputations of hands, though perhaps not in public.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Mullah Nooruddin Turabi dismissed outrage over the Taliban’s executions in the past, which sometimes took place in front of crowds at a stadium, and he warned the world against interfering with Afghanistan’s new rulers.
Continue reading “Taliban official: Strict punishment, executions will return”
Sep. 23—COLUMBUS — “We gotta throw the football. We gotta try to make something happen,” Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday as he announced another round of lottery incentives to drive up vaccination rates, this time among younger Ohioans.
Over five consecutive days, Oct. 11-15, Ohio will hold lotteries for those between the ages of 12 and 25, dangling big prizes of $100,000 college scholarships as well as 15 smaller prizes of $10,000 scholarships. Continue reading “DeWine offers $100,000 scholarships to encourage vaccinations”
Anti-War – by Dave DeCamp
On Thursday, the House passed legislation that would give Israel an extra $1 billion in military aid. The measure passed with an overwhelming majority and now moves to the Senate.
The bill passed 420-9-2, with Reps. Thomas Massie (R-KY) Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), Ilhan Omar (D-MN.), Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ), André Carson (D-IN), Marie Newman (D-IL), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Cori Bush (D-MO) and Chuy Garcia (D-IL) voting against it. Continue reading “House Votes to Give Israel Extra $1 Billion in Military Aid”
Global scientists reported in August that due to the climate crisis, droughts that may have occurred only once every decade or so now happen 70% more frequently. The increase is particularly apparent in the Western US, which is currently in the the throes of a historic, multiyear drought that has exacerbated wildfire behavior, drained reservoirs and triggered water shortages.
More than 94% of the West is in drought this week — a proportion that has hovered at or above 90% since June — with six states entirely in drought conditions, according to the US Drought Monitor. On the Colorado River, Lake Mead and Lake Powell — two of the country’s largest reservoirs — are draining at alarming rates, threatening the West’s water supply and hydropower generation in coming years. Continue reading “La Niña is about to take the Southwest drought from bad to worse”
There will be no broadcast of The Word From the Trenches today, we have personal business to attend to.
Be back up on Monday.
Gateway Pundit – by Julian Conradson
Earlier this week, the crisis on Biden’s southern border became such a free-for-all that a group of illegals actually overpowered federal authorities and stole the bus they were being transported in, using it to make their escape into the US.
The border agents who were involved were injured in the assault. Continue reading “Haitian Illegals in Federal Custody Have “HIJACKED” MULTIPLE Transport Buses And Escaped Into the Interior of The US; “They’ve Been Basically Overpowering the Drivers””
Washington Examiner – by Paul Bedard, September 1, 2021
The Biden administration this week signaled that it is eyeing a United Nations small arms treaty that critics claim will lead to an international gun registration plan — including for individual American gun owners.
Two years after former President Donald Trump withdrew from it, a top arms diplomat at the State Department told the global body that the current administration is swinging behind the Arms Trade Treaty. Continue reading “Biden aims to sign on to UN’s global gun registration treaty”
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The City of Jamestown will soon be home to a new cryptocurrency mining company.
The Jamestown Chamber of Commerce is set to hold a groundbreaking for Applied Blockchain Inc. on Highway 20 north of the city. Continue reading “Cryptocurrency Mining Company to Build in Jamestown”