IB Times – by Andrew Perez

Advocates for divesting from the firearms industry got a boost from Wall Street titan George Soros last week. The billionaire investor is in a strong position to make such a call: He’s one of the leading financiers of the gun control movement, and the fund he leads recently owned a piece of the firearms industry.

On Thursday, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Soros expressed interest in the divestment idea. Asked by International Business Times if investors who support gun control should sell their holdings in firearms companies, Soros responded: “I’m very much against guns. And if it can be organized on a large enough scale, I wouldn’t be opposed to it.”   Continue reading “Financier George Soros Invested In Firearm Companies While Backing Gun Control Groups”

The Free Capitalist Project – by Rick Koerber

BURNS, OREGON – January 30, 2016 (Last Updated 1/31/2016 at 3:37 AM) — BREAKING NEWS:  Shawna Cox is one of five occupants who traveled in with LaVoy Finicum in his white pickup truck on January 26, 2016.  Tonight at 10pm Mountain, Rick Koerber and Free Capitalist Radio broadcast ((video below)) her first-hand statements from a telephone interview earlier in the day, recounting the events she experienced, including the tragic shooting death of Mr. Finicum on January 26.  This is the second eyewitness account being reported to the public, both differ dramatically from the official FBI story.   Continue reading “Second Eyewitness: Chronicling the Tragic Ambush and Murder of LaVoy Finicum”

Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday he’s still reviewing whether he supports going forward with a proposed lawsuit against the federal government over its control of public lands, given the high price tag.

“I think the thing that gives us all pause is the cost,” the governor told reporters during his first media availability of the 2016 Legislature. “You kind of have to handicap (it). We’re going to spend $14 million and our chances of success are what?”   Continue reading “$14 million price tag for public lands lawsuit gives governor pause”

The Organic Prepper

Some commercial farms in California came up with their own solution to the drought, and it’s not pretty. They decided to use recycled oil industry waste water to grow their produce. Chevron Oil Company treats 21 million gallons of waste water per day and sells it to farmers, who in turn use it to water 45,000 acres of crops in one of the country’s primary produce-growing areas.

It’s like something used in third world countries that we scorn for their unsafe practices:   Continue reading “Are These Companies Growing Produce with Oil Industry Waste Water?”


A federal court judge in Portland has denied bail to Ammon Bundy and three of his cohorts as the occupation of a federal wildlife refuge building in Burns, Oregon continues. The FBI says four people remain there as the protest hits its fourth week.

The leader of the group of armed men that occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Ammon Bundy, as well as his brother Ryan, Brian Cavalier, and Ryan Payne, were all denied release on Friday. US Magistrate Judge Stacie Beckerman said that they posed a danger to public safety and were considered a flight risk, as she was concerned they would not follow orders to return to Oregon for criminal proceedings.   Continue reading “Court denies bail to Ammon Bundy & 3 others as Oregon occupation continues”

Don’t Comply

A wicked hand is protruding from the heart of Texas, the popular and historical Rollover Pass in Galveston has been targeted by the General Land Office in Texas. It once was a shallow water way that bootleggers used to roll barrels of whiskey across to avoid the Galveston taxes.  This property has been owned by the current citizens since the 1940’s and in 1960 The Army Corp of Engineers asked and were given permission by the land owner to build a bridge over the pass. This allowed the people to access the other side to fish for deep water fish by simply backing up a truck, or rolling up in a wheelchair for the handicapped instead of having to have a boat. This all started during former land commissioner Jerry Patterson’s tenure, he already turned over the Alamo to the Unesco (UN) and now this.   Continue reading “Texas Land Boss George P. Bush Steals Private Property Through Bribes And Intimidation”

My interest in this article is not about the ET/alien/UFO woowoo, the little psyop intended to disgust us and turn us away from reading the important information: the global plans for increasing nuclear fission power plants, outlined in the excerpt below, which explains the illegal and unlawful BLM land grabs in uranium-rich western states.

Geo-Politics – by by eClinik Learning

About a week ago, the agency that’s been running after people with deep knowledge about occult science has finally released thousands of their X-files dating back 70 years ago.   Continue reading “US Military Free Energy & CIA UFO Disclosures Are Here”

Denver Post

At least one person was killed after a shooting/stabbing melee Saturday afternoon at the National Western complex.

Denver Health tweeted shortly before 2 p.m. that nine people had been transported to area hospitals.

At a 3:30 p.m. news briefing, the hospital said 7 patients were brought in after the shooting. One died, three are critical and three are stable.   Continue reading “At least one killed in shootings, stabbing at Denver motorcycle rally”

Reason – by Anthony L Fisher

The LAPD officers who fired more than 100 bulleDreamstime/Nipitphand Kooksakulwattanats at two unarmed women in an SUV they mistakenly believed was carrying suspected (and now deceased) cop-killer Christoper Dorner will not face any criminal charges, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office announced on Wednesday.   Continue reading “LAPD Officers Who Fired Over 100 Bullets at Two Unarmed Women Will Face No Charges”

We here at the Trenches offer our heart felt condolences to the family of LaVoy Finicum who was murdered on a desolate highway in Oregon, on January 26, 2016.

Funeral services for LaVoy Finicum will be held Friday, February 5 in Kanab, Utah.  He is survived by his wife Jeanette and their eleven children.  He authored the book, Only By Blood and Suffering – Regaining Lost Freedom. (Thanks Mary for bringing it to our attention.)   Continue reading “A Tribute to Lavoy Finicum From the Trenches”

CNS News – by Eric Scheiner

Georgia lawmakers have put forth several gun control bills this year, including a measure that would call on law enforcement to seize and destroy what the proposal deems “assault weapons” from gun owners.

A major purpose of HB 731 is “to designate certain weaponry and ammunition as contraband and to require seizure of such by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.”   Continue reading “Law Enforcement Could Seize Semiautomatics Under Ga. Bill”


Facebook Inc (FB.O) prohibited global users from coordinating person-to-person private sales of firearms on its online social network and its Instagram photo-sharing service on Friday, countering concerns that it was increasingly being used to circumvent background checks on gun purchases.

The move comes as the United States debates the issue of access to guns after a string of mass shootings. U.S. President Barack Obama has urged social media companies to clamp down on gun sales organized on their platforms.   Continue reading “Facebook to prohibit private firearm transactions on its service”

iMedia Ethics – by Sydney Smith

The Washington news director at Bloomberg Politics, Kathy Kiely, quit her job over the company’s policy about covering the possible presidential candidacy of founder Michael Bloomberg.

Kiely was apparently unhappy about Bloomberg Politics’s coverage of the possibility that Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City, was considering running for president. The New York Times broke the story, and Bloomberg Politics reported on the Times’ coverage, CNN noted.   Continue reading “Top Bloomberg Editor Kathy Kiely quits over Policy on covering Michael Bloomberg”

Fox 13 

KANAB, Utah — The day after the FBI released footage from an incident in Oregon that ended with the death of protester LaVoy Finicum, the man’s family has released a statement saying they don’t believe the fatal shooting was justified.

The nearly three-page statement from the family opens by saying “We know that there are always at least two sides to every story. We also know and recognize that the FBI and law enforcement agencies involved will do everything in their power to make it appear as if the needless death of our husband, father, grandfather, brother and son, LaVoy Finicum, was justified.”  Continue reading “Family of LaVoy Finicum releases statement; funeral to be held in Kanab February 5”