An attorney for Sheriff Joe Arpaio made a filing with the federal judge who ordered the halting of President Obama’s executive amnesty, asking that a hearing be held on Obama’s refusal to comply with the court’s order.
(Reuters) – Thousands of stunned Russians laid flowers and lit candles on Saturday on the bridge where opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was shot dead near the Kremlin, a murder that showed the risks of speaking out against President Vladimir Putin.
The Kansas Senate has passed SB 45, the bill that moves Kansas into the constitutional carry status of Arkansas, Arizona, Alaska, Wyoming, and Vermont. If the bill passes the house and is signed by Governor Brownback, a person who can legally own a firearm and who is 21 or over will be able to carry a firearm concealed without fear of prosecution. The bill, SB 45 had 26 cosponsors and was introduced by the Majority leader, Terry Bruce, of Hutchinson. The bill passed with an overwhelming, veto proof, bi-partisan margin of 31 to 7.
As you might remember, earlier this month we announced that an elderly New Jersey man, Gordon VanGilder, had been charged with illegal possession of a firearm for having an antique, flintlock pistol in his car.
In a rare example of common sense, NJ prosecutors have dropped those charges.
Tom Wheeler is a treasonous politician, and is currently the 31st Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.
In a 3-2 vote on February 26, 2015 – the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), under the direction of Tom Wheeler, voted to radically overhaul the way Internet service is regulated. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and two Democratic Party commissioners voted to move forward with the rules of what they call ‘Net Neutrality’. The agency’s two GOP-appointed commissioners opposed them. Continue reading “Thomas Edgar “Tom” Wheeler is a traitor.”
Parents in California are distraught after losing their infant son after being vaccinated. He died in his sleep and was taken to the hospital already deceased. Hospital staff ruled his death as sudden infant death syndrome. The couple was told an autopsy was required to be performed on their son.
After returning home, waiting to get an update, they never received one. Numerous phone calls were made to get answers. Weeks went by. Finally, they received verbal confirmation and told their son was best not to be seen prior to being cremated, because of the condition he was in. Once cremated, they could pick up the remains of their child from the crematory. They were not given the chance to say their goodbyes. Continue reading “California Infant Dies after 8 Vaccines, Family Gets Him Back from Hospital Cremated”
You voted with your dollar. You spoke out on social media. You educated your co-workers who were eating a junk-food diet. Thanks to this influence, organic food sales are exploding, so one of the largest retailers in the US is ‘doubling down’ their investment in organic and sustainable products.
Target’s initiative is called ‘Made to Matter,’ and it will nearly double the number of sustainable and organic products it sells. The chain has already included an exclusive collection of 16 brands and over 100 individual products that were introduced last year – ranging from bleach-free diapers to nonaerosol air fresheners. Continue reading “Nation’s Second Largest Retailer to Double Organics Immediately”
Dr. David Mitlin, the head researcher of a group working on supercapacitors at the University of Alberta in Canada says that their project turning hemp fibers into a graphene substitute is about one thousand times cheaper than making graphene. We have legions of electronic devices, and each one of those devices has a battery inside of it. Ever experience the frustration of fully charging your smartphone just to have it die a few hours later? Or need your electric car to drive more miles before the battery is completely drained? Then read on. Continue reading “Hemp Supercapacitors — Cleaner, Greener Battery Components”
ST. PETERS, Missouri (INTELLIHUB) — 19-year-old Zach Smith, and mother, Rhonda Smith, 48, both mysteriously died just four days apart after contracting what a family member said the two described as a “strand […] from Africa”.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko reached an agreement about weapon shipments with the authorities of the United Arab Emirates.
The advisor to the head of the MIA of Ukraine, member of Verkhovnaya Rada Anton Gerashenko wrote about this in his page on Facebook
According to him, the agreements were achieved during the meeting between the Ukrainian leader and the deputy supreme commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the Crown Prince of the Abu Dhabi emirate Mohammed al-Nahayan. The negotiations occurred in the capital of the Arab state, where Poroshenko came to participate in the international weapon show IDEX-2015. Continue reading “Weapon shipments from the UAE to Ukraine”
Cellphone, Internet, and telephone services across half of Arizona went dark on Wednesday after vandals sliced a sensitive fiber optic cable, according to those familiar with the situation. The incident is raising concerns about the safety of U.S. infrastructure.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to approve a wildly controversial Net Neutrality policy that will regulate and tax the Internet intensely, much like the old AT&T telephone monopoly. To help secure political support, Chairman Tom Wheeler made last-minute revisions at the request of Google, according to Politico‘s sources at the Commission.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced his plans to double the Texas budget for border security. A detailed plan from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) exposed this week reveals what the department will ask the 84th Legislative Session to provide.
The President of Mexico has announced a plan to allow some foreign customs and immigration agents to carry firearms inside Mexico. This comes as a dramatic change to Mexico’s current policy of prohibiting any foreign nationals from possessing a firearm inside its borders. The proposal also allows foreign dignitaries and heads of state to bring their own armed security details.
A Department of Public Safety (DPS) report states that Mexican drug cartels are among the “most significant” threats facing Texas. Mexican drug cartels continue to operate throughout Texas carrying out violent attacks throughout the state as well as controlling the flow of illegal aliens and drug trafficking, the report states.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Air Force has a quarter of the number of fighter squadrons it did 25 years ago and two-thirds of the active duty airmen, a drop that threatens U.S. air superiority, defense officials told lawmakers on Friday.
Seems to me to be a whole bunch of nothing…..right now. These folks aren’t a danger….yet. Not unless you try to take their country from them. Steal too many of their freedoms? Yeah, then you can worry. They won’t be a danger to their fellow citizens, but to the government that tries to steal their freedoms?Your fear of right wing people is, at best, overblown….. For now. You really have nothing to worry about. Continue reading “If this were really true”