KTVB – by Tami Tremblay
BURNS, Ore. – Dozens of cars were honking through the streets of Burns, in Eastern Oregon, this weekend. It was a rolling protest from a new group that’s come to town. They want law enforcement held accountable for the shooting death of armed occupier LaVoy Finicum.
The protest occurred as Ammon Bundy again called for the four people still holed up at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to surrender peacefully. Continue reading “New protests erupt in Burns; Finicum attorney speaks”
Electronic Privacy Information Center
EPIC has filed a “friend-of-the-court” brief in Utah v. Strieff, a U.S. Supreme Court case about whether the Fourth Amendment allows evidence to be admitted after an illegal stop. Mr. Strieff was unlawfully detained by an officer, who checked his ID and then arrested him on an unrelated outstanding warrant. In a brief, signed by twenty-one technical experts and legal scholars, EPIC detailed a number of sweeping government databases that contain inaccurate and detailed records about Americans’ noncriminal activity. Continue reading “EPIC Urges Supreme Court to Uphold Fourth Amendment Safeguards for Police Stops”
Star Tribune – by Paul Walsh
Celebrations of Valentine’s Day and the other “dominant holidays” are ending at one St. Paul elementary school, according to a letter from the principal addressed to families.
Principal Scott Masini of Bruce Vento Elementary School, whose student body is overwhelmingly nonwhite, explained in the letter that “my personal feeling is we need to find a way to honor and engage in holidays that are inclusive of our student population.” Continue reading “St. Paul school kisses Valentine’s Day, other ‘dominant holidays,’ goodbye”
BizPac Review – by Michael Dorstewitz
President Barack Obama was caught in another lie, this one involving his former secretary of state’s email scandals.
The New York Times reported Saturday that the president had emailed Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton at least 18 times to her private, non-secure server while she serves as secretary of state: Continue reading “Why is nobody nailing Obama for this HUGE bald-faced lie he was just caught in?”
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Eden Prairie, MN — On June 15, 2015, Matthew Hovland-Knase was allegedly driving his motorcycle at excessive speeds down a two-way street. After being clocked at speeds over 110 miles per hour, Sergeant Lonnie Soppeland gave chase and pulled him over.
Hovland-Knase did not attempt to run, was unarmed, non-violent, and posed no threat to Soppeland at all when the officer jumped out of his cruiser with his gun drawn. As Soppeland exited the cruiser, he yelled, “Get your hands where I….” BOOM — and before he could finish the sentence, he’d shot the unarmed motorcyclist. Continue reading ““Get Your Hands Where I….” BOOM! Cop Shoots Unarmed Man Before Finishing His Command”
The Daily Sheeple – by Joshua Krause
Truth be told, the world is riddled with conspiracies. A conspiracy is at minimum, nothing more than a handful of people working together in the shadows, to accomplish a goal that benefits themselves and hurts everyone else. By that definition, there are countless conspiracies in the world. There are so many conspiracies that in all likelihood, the vast majority of them will never reach the public’s awareness. Continue reading “Now There’s A Math Formula For Disproving Conspiracy Theories”
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Washington, D.C. — On Friday, the State Department announced it is withholding 22 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email dump because they contain information marked “top secret.”
News of this scandal quickly spread as bipartisan calls for her indictment came out of every political corner. In spite of this confirmation of a crime from the White House, Clinton’s campaign immediately objected, putting out a statement demanding that the emails be released. Continue reading “In Case You Thought Hillary Would Be Indicted for Emails, Think Again – White House Says No Way”
Two Virginia Tech engineering students were in custody on Sunday, one charged with abducting and killing a 13-year-old girl and the other accused of helping to dispose of the teenager’s body, police said.
The arrests came on Saturday after police, following a four-day search, found the remains of Nicole Lovell in North Carolina, about 90 miles (145 km) south of Blacksburg, Virginia, where her home and the university are located. Continue reading “Two Virginia Tech students charged in death of 13-year-old girl”
CBS Chicago – by Suzanne Le Mignot
The Chicago Police officer accused of killing 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier is suing the teen’s estate. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot has the latest developments.
City attorneys were tight lipped leaving the status hearing in the cases of Quintonio LeGrier and Bettie Jones vs. the city of Chicago, but the attorney for the family of Bettie Jones, Larry Rogers, Jr., is talking. Continue reading “Chicago Police Officer In Fatal Shooting Of Quintonio LeGrier, Bettie Jones To File Suit Against Teen’s Estate”
We’ve previously documented that the new generation of antidepressants increase suicides … and may be contributing to school shootings.
The Telegraph reports this week that a major new study confirms that antidepressants can double the risk of suicide and aggression in young people … and that the drug companies have been covering up the stats: Continue reading “Major Study: Antidepressants Double Risk of Suicide and Aggression In Young People … Drug Companies Covered Up Stats”
The Lewisville Texan Journal
Editor’s Note: The author of this story serves as Chairman of the City of Lewisville Oil and Gas Advisory Board. That body has no regulatory authority over specific gas well permits. No portion of the property shown in the article is within the city limits of Lewisville.
By STEVE SOUTHWELL
The Bureau of Land Management will sell a 10-year mineral rights lease for a section of Lake Lewisville at a live auction in Santa Fe, New Mexico on April 20. Continue reading “BLM to lease drilling rights under Lewisville Lake”
Before It’s News – by Wynter Moon
American’s are allowed to own and have guns, that doesn’t make them militant, anti-government, seizing or any other inflammatory remarks the media wants to associate with these peaceful men seeking a redress of grievances. This situation had been on going for 10 years without any meaningful resolution. In other words Bundy kept being ignored by the County officials who were failing to do their jobs. Continue reading “The Motive Behind The Murder of LaVoy Finicum”