“Countless labs have reported a 100 percent positivity rate, which means every single person tested was positive,” Fox 35 News reported. “Other labs had very high positivity rates.” Continue reading “Coronavirus update: Florida labs not reporting negative test results, report says”
With a lot of anti-Second Amendment extremists trying to get firearms registration by various back-door methods involving records from the National Instant Check System, it is worth noting that they are not the only ones pushing legislation involving NICS. To paraphrase Gandalf, there are forces at work in the halls of Congress besides those that hate the Second Amendment. Continue reading “Below The Radar: Gun Owner Privacy Act”
Craig Roberts was a Marine Corps sniper. When he first saw the window from which Lee Harvey Oswald was supposed to have shot President Kennedy, he knew immediately that everything he had been told about the assassination was a lie. He called his friend, Carlos Hathcock, who had the highest bounty set by the Viet Cong of any American sniper in Vietnam. When told that Roberts had determined Oswald could never have shot the President from that spot in the schoolbook depository, Hathcock not only agreed but said his team of sniper instructors at Quantico had tried more than once to replicate the kill shot. But not even best Marine Corps snipers could make the shot. Craig Roberts wrote a book, Kill Zone: A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza. Continue reading “President Kennedy’s Assassination: Reporter Killed”
The human experience of comets is a fleeting phenomenon at best. The dark night sky can reward those gazing upwards with a spectacular vision of these far-travelling objects, but it’s a view that lasts only weeks or months, before these icy bodies continue on their journeys.
On 27 March this year, NASA’s space telescope, Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) discovered such a visitor. Continue reading “Comet NEOWISE Is Visible Right Now, And It Won’t Be Back For Almost 7,000 Years”
Michigan State University is considering renaming a residential college honoring the country’s fourth president in order to “advance racial equity.”
In a letter addressed to James Madison residents regarding “commitments and actions,” Interim Dean Linda Racioppi and Assistant Dean Jeff Judge wrote that following summer break, they “plan to engage in reconsideration of the name of the College.” Continue reading “Michigan State considers eliminating James Madison’s name from dorm”
After a slew of pieties from the U.S. Army generals about the importance of the military being all non-partisan — remember the general who apologized for accompanying commander-in-chief President Trump to a looted, burned church last June? — what goes on on the inside is a heckuva different story. Continue reading “Why is the US Army calling its commander in chief’s campaign slogan ‘white supremacist’?”
INDIANAPOLIS – A reported coin shortage across the U.S. means changes for Kroger customers.
The grocery chain said customers will no longer receive coins as change thanks to a shortage attributed to the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading “Kroger to temporarily stop giving customers changes amid coin shortage spurred by coronavirus pandemic”
Los Angeles, CA — A woman and mother has been identified only as Jane Doe in a recent lawsuit due to the horrifying experience she suffered at the hands of LA cops. She had committed no crime and harmed no one when multiple cops broke into her apartment, forced their way into her bathroom, and pulled her naked from the shower. They were looking for another person, who they just so happened to have arrested completely across town before attacking her. Continue reading “Cops Raid Innocent Family, Rip Naked Mom From Shower, Assault Her in Front Yard”
Democrat Sen. challenger Mark Kelly is campaigning on background checks and gun seizures as he tries to unseat pro-Second Amendment Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ).
Kelly’s wife, Gabby Giffords, was shot by an attacker in Tucson on January 8, 2011. That attacker acquired his gun via a background check, yet Kelly is campaigning to expand the point-of-sale opportunities to conduct background checks, with his campaign website suggesting such checks “keep kids and communities safer.” Continue reading “Mark Kelly Pushing More Background Checks, Gun Seizures in Arizona”
An estimated 5.4 million Americans have lost their health insurance between February and May after being laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic, a recent study found. The number of newly uninsured in that three-month span dwarfs all prior annual records for workers losing their health coverage. Continue reading “Study: 5.4 Million Americans Lost Their Health Insurance Due to Coronavirus”
The nation’s mayors on Monday backed a national call for reparations to 41 million black people, a program that could cost taxpayers $6.2 quadrillion.
The U.S. Conference of Mayors released a letter backing a Democratic plan to form a reparations commission to come up with a payment for slavery. Continue reading “Mayors back reparations that could cost $6.2 quadrillion, or $151M per descendant”
A biometric digital identity platform that “evolves just as you evolve” is set to be introduced in “low-income, remote communities” in West Africa thanks to a public-private partnership between the Bill Gates-backed GAVI vaccine alliance, Mastercard and the AI-powered “identity authentication” company, Trust Stamp. Continue reading “Africa to Become Testing Ground for “Trust Stamp” Vaccine Record and Payment System”
This is an amazing study which is well-worth reading in full. The following are excerpts.
The researchers in great detail outline the numerous potential negative effects of exercising with facemasks, including: hypercapnia, cardiac overload, renal overload, a shift to metabolic acidosis, potential falls, and much, much more. Thanks to these researchers for their valuable studies and information. Continue reading “DANGERS of Exercising With Facemasks”
Why are state governors and health authorities all of a sudden mandating the wearing of face masks?
The excuse is that these mandates are needed because of the “spike” in new cases and increased hospitalizations due to COVID. Continue reading “Booming Face Mask Business in U.S. Creating Instant Millionaires Using Government Funds to Buy Masks from China”
Two churches in Chicago are reporting that city officials have threatened to bulldoze their churches if they do not comply with the city’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) mandates, which currently restrict their ability to hold in-person worship services.
Mat Staver, the founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel and legal representative of the churches, said that the city has classified his clients as “public nuisances” due to their refusal to follow some of the city’s coronavirus protocols on religious grounds. Continue reading “Chicago to churches: Comply with coronavirus mandates or have your facilities bulldozed”
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- The Bernalillo County district attorney filed a lawsuit Monday against the New Mexico Civil Guard, a group that has showed up at protests in military-like uniforms, carrying guns, and telling people they are there to protect property.
“When you have self-appointed police officers and military units out there advancing their own form of justice, there is no democratic accountability,” District Attorney Raul Torrez said.
The measure, approved this week, would raise rates by 34 percent. Continue reading “Nashville approves ‘painful’ property tax hike”
MORRISON, Colo. (KDVR) – Health officials in one Colorado county are warning residents after a squirrel tested positive for bubonic plague.
The animal was found in the Town of Morrison, about 17 miles southwest of Denver. Continue reading “Squirrel tests positive for bubonic plague in Colorado”
Despite resistance from civil liberties groups and liberal journalists (which is ironic, considering that he was a white supremacist), the US has successfully executed convicted murderer Daniel Lee after the Supreme Court cleared the way overnight, according to a U.S. Bureau of Prisons spokeswoman. Continue reading “US Carries Out First Federal Execution In 17 Years”
Federal law enforcement agencies “are surging resources” in protest areas. A young man was hospitalized Saturday and required facial reconstruction surgery after being shot in the head by an impact munition that federal agents fired into a crowd of peaceful protesters in Portland, Oregon. The agents were there to carry out a recent executive order, framed by the White House as a move to protect national parks and monuments. Continue reading “Homeland Security Acting Like ‘An Occupying Army’ Says Sen. Wyden, After Federal Agents Shoot Peaceful Portland Protester”